Episode: Friday December 19th, 2014

NOW Magazine CEO talks about the Prostitution law and how it affects their classified section. And -- What does U.S & Cuba relations mean for Canadians?

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Is NOW Magazine breaking the law by advertising for sex workers? CEO Alice Klein joins us.

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Is your trip down to Cuba about to get more expensive? Michael Hlinka, business commentator is with us.

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Should University student caught attempting to cheat on an exam be charged with a criminal offence?

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Your turn! Your views on Kim Jong Un. Contact us with your views! Call us: 905-522-1101 EXT.2830 / 1-888-632-6688 EXT.2830 Email us: SquareOff@chch.com or Tweet us: @SquareOffCHCH

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We're talking about Kim Jong Un and his hot headed personality. And -- Finally a bill that recognizes Lyme disease and it's victims.


What are the top 5 stories that came out of Queen's Park this year? And -- Police can now search your cellphone without a search warrant.


Who or what broke the internet in 2014? And -- what you can do if you're ever bumped from a flight.


It's Panel Monday! Susan G Cole, Sr. Editor at NOW magazine and Gerry Nicholls, outspoken political commentator are with us.

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