• Ann Rohmer reminds us about Giving Tuesday.

  • Jim Lang has information on Christmas With The Clemons, which has become a beloved Canadian tradition, and this year marks the 7th annual performance and fundraiser designed to get everyone in the Christmas spirit and in the spirit of giving. Hosted by Michael “Pinball” Clemons, the proceeds will support marginalized and racialized youth in our community through the gift of education. With more than $750,000 raised to date, the Pinball Clemons Foundation’s unwavering mission is to provide marginalized and racialized youth with mentorship, education and employment.

  • Glynn Perkins discusses Southlake Organ Donations

  • Ann Rohmer has the monthly check in with Vaughan Mayor Steven Del Duca.

  • Tina Cortese introduces us to GEN-CONNECT, a non-profit, student run organization dedicated to bridging the generational gap through entertainment – music – dance – young performers share their talents with the older generation.

  • Shaliza Bacchus looks at office etiquette, where 88%OF Gen Z'ers would take advantage of office etiquette training resources to deal with colleagues who are too chatty, not understanding business casual and not adhering to meeting etiquette.

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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.