Jun 30, 2022
We are still in the pandemic. We can expect more COVID cases and, by all accounts, we will see an uptick in cases come the fall. So, it ain't over.
But COVID is receding. That's good news. That's allowed us to return to business, to school, to recreation, to a restaurant without a great deal of restriction. But the...
Jun 29, 2022
The latest developments at the Congressional inquiry into the January 6th attack on Capitol Hill in Washington has turned up the heat on Attorney General Merrick Garland to indict Donald Trump on criminal charges.
Today on the Daily Brief, Hamiline University Professor David Schultz says the evidence and testimony...
Jun 28, 2022
We're more than four months into the Russian war in Ukraine. It's been nearly a year since the Taliban regained control of Afghanistan.
About half of newcomers from those regions are kids and they are struggling with the mental health issues.
Kids Help Phone has stepped up and added four new languages to its service to...
Jun 27, 2022
We've got a newish cabinet at Queen's Park. It's version 1.5 - not quite 2.0 considering how few changes we see around the table.
One exception is the announcement of Michael Ford as Minister of Citizenship and Multiculturalism.
The On The Ledge panel joins this edition of The Daily Brief to talk what's next and what to...
Jun 23, 2022
Today on the Daily Brief, you're invited to be part of our series, Every Guitar Has A Story! Let us know if you've got a guitar story you want to share and we'll see if we can include you in the series.
We also dive into the hottest issue facing this country today - the cost of living and affordable housing.