Kelly Cutrara

Cutrara brings 20 years of national and international broadcasting experience to the airwaves – not to mention a razor-sharp wit.

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      Decriminalization is key to solving the opioid crisis: CMHA


      Dr. Patrick Smith, national CEO of the Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA), joined the Kelly Cutrara Show to discuss the new national policy paper released today by the association, regarding the opioid crisis that is killing thousands of people.


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      Petition launched to get Hazel McCallion into Hockey Hall of Fame


      Daniel Harbridge started the petition and joined Kelly to talk about Hazel and Hockey


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      New research suggests that there are 5 types of diabetes, not just 2


      Dr. Jeremy Gilbert, endocrinologist at Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre explains the science


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      Toronto police on CN Tower-area closures due to falling ice


      Toronto police Const. Allyson Douglas-Cook joins to the show to provide an update after chunks of ice fell off the CN Tower, prompting closures.


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      Smoking on the job


      Callers join Kelly to talk about people getting high at work.


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      How breast cancer spreads after surgery and how to stop it


      Global News Radio Medical expert Dr. Brett Belchetz helps explain the news research out of MIT.


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      Cannabis and construction


      We talk to the Director of Government relations for the Ontario General Contractors Association about the issue of stoned workers after a report of pot smoking on the Eglinton LRT construction site.


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      Shining a light on bidding wars


      Daniel Steinfeld from On The Block Realty joined Kelly to talk about open bidding for homes.


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      Toronto's first Ontario Cannabis Store location raises questions


      Brian Patterson from the Ontario Safety League weighs in.


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