Archive: Police Stories, Stratford@50, Single Men Panel

More To Life

There was no one who knew more about crime in the city than veteran police reporter Jocko Thomas. For over 50 years, he was there when it happened... from the Stephen Truscott case to the Evelyn Dick torso mystery. And he covered it all for The Toronto Star and CFRB radio. We'll hear about some of the most notorious and sensational crime cases of the past century. Until, fifty years ago, Stratford Ontario was a small, conservative, industrial town. Then a couple of people had an idea, a big tent went up, and a great theatre was born. Martin Hunter is here to discuss the dramas and tragedies of this Canadian institution -- and he'll talk about some of the action onstage too! He's the author of a book called "Stratford at Fifty". Also today, we even the playing field. A couple of weeks ago, More to Life spoke with three single women about dating and their visions of "Mr. Right". Mary talks to three single men (John Arnott, Ryan Bigge and Mat Lyons) about the kind of woman they're looking for, and where they go to try and find her (15:21). Another single guy who's about to become jobless too. We get the scoop from Steve Paikin on Premier Harris' last days in the legislature, and the race to succeed him as Tory leader. Show is phone-in based and viewers can also participate via email.
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The latest coronavirus updates from across the province.