Episode: Thursday May 28th, 2015

The Federal election campaign ads have hit the airwaves. We break it down to see who hit/missed the mark. And -- the dangerous 'swatting' pranks are no laughing matter.

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There are definitely winners and losers when it comes to comparing the Federal election campaign ads. We have Tony Chapman, Marketing expert to break down the ads that are hitting the airwaves.

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York police released the Swatting 911 call that dispatched swat teams to a home and traumatized an innocent family. What kind of penalty should the suspect receive?

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Future Toronto police background checks won't disclose any mental health incidents. Is this a good thing?

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Mark Hebscher and Liz West debate the issues of the day, challenging the experts and holding leaders to account. No subject is off-limits. And viewers get to have their say too!