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Kelly and Company

Tune in weekdays at 2 p.m. Eastern for interviews and discussions about arts, entertainment, and the lifestyle issues that matter to you.

Kelly and Company

Tune in weekdays at 2 p.m. Eastern for interviews and discussions about arts, entertainment, and the lifestyle issues that matter to you.

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Are the Blue Jays running out of time to make the playoffs?

Authored on September 27, 2021
  • On our Tech Talk, Michael Babcock shares information about Voxmate, a self-contained accessible user interface for blind and low vision users.
  • Are the Blue Jays running out of time to make the playoffs? Josh Watson of The Neutral Zone pops by to give us his thoughts.
  • Bethany Deer, our Reporter in Edmonton, previews tonight’s episode of AMI This Week, featuring the Rocky Mountain Adaptive.
  • Brave individuals will challenge themselves and change lives by harnessing up and rappelling down of a building in downtown Toronto to raise funds for children and youth with physical disabilities. We learn more about this event with Lauren Squizzato, Development Manager for the GTA and the event manager for Drop Zone.
  • Nelvana, a world-leading international producer, distributor, and licensor of children's animated and live action content announced a new initiative designed to discover, support, and mentor emerging Black storytellers and illustrators. We learn more with Athena Georgaklis, Head of Development at Nelvana.
  • Danielle McLaughlin speaks with Disability Historian and Accessibility consultant Mark Bookman about the residual effects of holding the Tokyo 2020 games.
Vladdy jr and Marcus Siemen celebrating

Learning Disabilities Society announce a new mobile outreach program

Authored on September 24, 2021
  • Should there be a one size fits all phone charger? The EU thinks so. Jeff Ryman has more in his lifestyle news.
  • Amazon has banned over 600 companies for fake reviews. We find out how with John Biehler of The App Show.
  • A father from Hamilton has developed an app to let parents know when the school bus will be arriving at their stop. We learn more about the initiative with Karen Magee.
  • The Learning Disabilities Society announced a new mobile outreach program, LDS Access, intended to work as a classroom on wheels. We learn more about this with Dr. Jennifer Fane, LDS Director of Education.
Learning Disabilities Society new mobile outreach program

Looking into the Series 7 Apple Watch and updated iPads

Authored on September 23, 2021
  • Michael Feir continues updating us on the announcements from Apple’s latest World Wide Developers Conference; we turn to the Series 7 Apple Watch and updated iPads.
  • Fern Lulham highlights Sense, a charity offering services for people with complex disabilities, and tells us about a campaign they’ve recently launched in the UK.
  • The Learning Disabilities Society announced a new mobile outreach program, LDS Access, intended to work as a classroom on wheels. We learn more about this with Dr. Jennifer Fane, LDS Director of Education.
  • We flip through quirky stories from around the globe with Jeff Ryman, on What in the World.
  • Joining us for this week’s Roundtable conversation is Brock Richardson of The Neutral Zone.
Series 7 Apple Watch

Ways to cut down on food waste

Authored on September 22, 2021
  • How long does it take to lose weight? Jeff Ryman explains in his health headlines.
  • This past Sunday was the 73rd annual Primetime Emmy Awards, and Greg David gives us his impressions.
  • Ryan Delehanty highlights new programs for the disability community in Prince Edward Island, including the My Body, My Choice offering this fall.
  • We talk with Mary Mammoliti about ways to cut down on food waste; she shares fun and frugal food hacks for us.
Food waste on a cutting board

Fall weather outlook

Authored on September 21, 2021
  • There are veterinarians that treat species that you wouldn’t ever expect to need veterinary care. We discuss these little-known branches of the profession with Dr. Danielle Jongkind.
  • Canada's largest Black Film Festival, the Montreal International Black Film Festival returns with a meaningful 17th edition that promises to inspire through bold programming, online and in person. We get all the details about this with associate producer, Andrea Este.
  • Historic summer heat and drought have quickly given way to typical early fall weather across Canada. Can we now expect a more traditional fall season across Canada, or is winter lurking just around the corner? We find out with The Weather Network.
  • Keya Osborne highlights what not to wear, and shares all of the anti-fashion elements we may consider purging out of our closets.
  • On our Voices segment, we’re joined by Terry Hoddinott, who tells us about his passion for adaptive sport and recreation.
Trees changing colour in the Fall