• Ann Rohmer is with Assistant Chief Economist Royal Bank of Canada Robert Hogue to discuss an RBC  report said that “spring 2023 increasingly looks like the turnaround point for Canada’s housing market after a year-long slump,” with home sales across Canada rising 11.3 per cent month-over-month in April.

  • Jim Lang speaks with PK Subban’s dad and educator Karl Subban and his campaign to ban sports betting ads.

  • Ann Rohmer has the monthly check in with Vaughan Mayor Steven Del Duca. Topics include: break up of Peel Region, Mayor Crombie for Ont Lib Leader? and Vaughan events

  • Shaliza Bacchus looks at a modern library. Fast-paced technology and innovations in customer experiences are also challenging what we’ve come to expect from local, community spaces. That’s why Richmond Hill Public Library has launched a new brand and website that’s inspired by the modern needs and perspectives of our diverse community.

  • With a majority of housework and looking after the home still falling on women; to the point that women are programming and maintaining the house robots. Glynn Perkins shares details on a York University conference from May 27 to June 2 where 8000 scholars share their research.

  • Kevin Frankish looks at Project Blaze: A three day program for females from Grades 10 to 12 organized by Richmond Hill Fire and Emergency Services to warm up to a career in fire services.

What is The FEED?

THE FEED is a weekly news magazine that goes behind the scenes and into more depth on the stories we have reported throughout the week or presents stories that need more time to tell. Hosted by Ann Rohmer, hear compelling interviews, local stories and local personalities - listen to The Feed weekly for the stories of York Region.