David discusses recent news about The Amalgamated Transit Union Local 113 - representing more than 10,000 TTC workers - filing an injunction over the TTC’s Fitness for Duty policy and whether TTC employees should be subject to random drug and alcohol testing.
Lior speaks with Brian Lilley about a Toronto bar with signs that made light of sexual assault has patrons and critics speaking out about the latest instance of the trivialization of consent.
Stephen Gillman sits down with Rita Celli and discusses the Uber class action lawsuit and answers questions from callers.
Lior speaks on the recent case where thirty-one employees of St. Michael’s Hospital in downtown Toronto were “let go” after an audit flagged “irregularities” in multiple health benefit claims.
A sign at Locals Only on King St. W. makes light of sexual assault and sexual consent. The bar’s owners said in a facebook post that the employee who made the sign would be fired and they would take steps to educate staff. Lior speaks with John Oakley about the incident.