TV Host, Daytime Toronto, Nina Spencer
How 'Three To Be' works for children with neurological disorders - daytime Toronto
Host Nina Spencer chats with Amanda Jodoin, the Executive Director of Three To Be and Dana Florence, Founder and Director also of Three To Be. Three to Be is an organization that offers support and are looking to advance the development of innovative research, therapies and education for children with neurological disorders and their families.
Learn all about Canada 911 Ride - daytime Toronto
Host Nina Spencer sits down with Sgt. Jim Adamson TPS (Ret.), who is a Canada 911 Ride Board Member about the upcoming Motorcycle Show at the International Centre in January as well as the Canada 911 Ride in August where money is raised to help families of fallen emergency service personnel and children who were victims of violent crimes.
All About Louis Riel Day - daytime Toronto
Nina Spencer sits down with Tera Beaulieu, President of the Toronto & York Region Métis Council, and Alicia Blore, Member of the Toronto & York Region Métis Council, Youth Committee. They talk about the Annual Louis Riel Day Celebration, which happens in honour of Louis Riel. Louis Riel Day is recognized on November 16th in the province of Ontario.
Habitat for Humanity GTA on daytime Toronto
Host Nina Spencer speaks to Ene Underwood, the CEO of Habitat for Humanity GTA, about the Habitat for Humanity movement.
Sheena's Place on daytime Toronto
Host Nina Spencer speaks to Deborah Berlin-Romalis, Executive Director at Sheena's Place, about eating disorders and the programs offered at Sheena's Place.
Get Inspired with "Les Zinspires" - daytime Toronto
Nina Spencer sits down with Author Rob Dean and Pierre Simpson, Coordinator, of Theatre Francais De Toronto Zinspires. They talk about the fifth installment of "Les Zinspires" - a unique and highly original production written by five teens from Southern Ontario, workshopped by experienced playwrights and performed by professional actors.
Change for Chimps - daytime Toronto
Host Nina Spencer sits down with Andria Teather, CEO of the Jane Goodall Institute of Canada and Deane Nesbitt Jr,, Musician, Composer & Recording Artist. They discuss the film "Change for Chimps."
Bladder Cancer Canada, with Jane Brown, Director of News at AM 740/Zoomer Radio/Classical 96.3FM Associate News Director, and Bladder Cancer Canada Volunteer Representative (December 19, 2016):
Children’s Wish Foundation, with Tiffany MacDonald, Provincial Director:
Easter Seals Ontario, with Carol Lloyd, President & CEO:
CanadianFoudnation for AIDS Research:
Resources for Newcomer Women - daytime Toronto
Selfless 16™ Founder Soheila Mosun is Featured on Rogers Daytime Toronto
Find Out About CAMH’s Third Annual Breakthrough Challenge - daytime Toronto
The Cast of "Second Jen" on daytime Toronto