A Day In THE LIFE

Previous Guests

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Our guests to date, in reverse order of appearance:

Chris Lewis – Former OPP Commissioner
Gordon Walker – Cabinet Minister/ Waterways Commissioner
Nik Nanos – Public Opinion Researcher
Paul Dube – Ontario Ombudsman
Sylvia Jones – Solicitor General of Ontario 
Sheila McCarthy – Actress
Joe Clark – Former Prime Minister
Paul DeVillers – Former MP Simcoe North
Antoni Cimolino – Artistic Director
Gordon Laco – Consultant to TV and Movies 
Michael Enright – CBC Radio Host
Paul Martin – Former Prime Minister
Elizabeth May – Former Green Party Leader
Patty Hajdu – Minister of Health
Beverley McLachlin – Former Chief Justice of Canada
Cynthia Dale – Actress, Singer, Dancer
Pat McCutcheon – Executive
Born Ruffians - The Band Members
Rob LeClair – Executive Chef
Dave Williams – Canadian Astronaut
Rory Bushfield – Backcountry Skier, Film Producer, Reality Show Star
Dan Clancy – Lead Singer of Lighthouse
Julian Porter – Libel Lawyer and Art Critic
Bernie Lucht – CBC Producer
Anna Porter – Author and Publisher
Ian Cusson – Composer
Dr. Eva Olsson – Holocaust Survivor
Dianne Saxe – Ontario Environmental Commissioner
Diane Dupuy – Founder of Famous PEOPLE Players
Peter O’Brien – Film Producer
Ken Dryden – Hall of Fame Goalie
Jessica Vader Kooij – “Property Brothers” Executive Producer
Captain Robbie Hindle – RCAF “Snowbird” Pilot
Peter Mansbridge – Former CBC news anchor
Dan Needles – Playwright/author
 
Max Eisen – Holocaust survivor
Rod Black – Sports personality
Santa Claus
Father Michael Knox – Martyrs’ Shrine Director
Tim Danson – Lawyer
Steve Smith (“Red Green”) – Entertainer
James Hinchcliffe – IndyCar race driver
Tommy Ambrose – Entertainer
Fred Fox – Terry Fox Foundation Ambassador
Bill Morneau – The Honourable
Carolyn Bennett, M.D. – The Honourable
Steve Paikin – TVO host 
Duncan McCue – CBC Radio Host
Frank Lacobucci – Former Supreme Court Justice
Terry O’Reilly – Ad man
Maude Barlow – Author/activist
Rob Reader – Adventurer
Lord Conrad Black – Business mogul
Brian Mulroney – The Right Honourable
Allan Rock – University President
Sean McCann – “Great Big Sea” singer 
Leo Rautins – Toronto Raptors’ commentator
Eric Conroy – “Captain Eric” from the SS Keewatin 
Jacquie Gauthier – South African author
Gertie Beaucage – First Nations cultural education consultant 
Garfield Dunlop – Former Simcoe North MPP
Nicole Moore (& co-author Peter Jennings) – Shark Attack Survivor
Ted Symons – Former Midland Mayor
Dr. Abdul Hai Patel – Imam
Samuel de Champlain (actor Hugh Barnett) – Explorer
Adam Dixon – Paralympic Medallist
Nancy Setchell – Naval officer Commander 
Bill Watters – Sports media personality 
Mike Keenan – Hockey Coach
Dr. David Goldbloom – Psychiatrist
Lawrence Fox – MI6 Cold War agent
Harvey Atkin – Actor  
William Paul Young (“The Shack”) – Author
Paul Beeston – Blue Jays President
Dr. Peter Sale – Ecologist
James (Kevin) LaBrie – Singer 
Patrick Boyer – Former MP  
Ben Heppner – Tenor
Louise Pitre – Singer/actress
Marlene Smith – “Cats” producer
Joseph Boyden – Author
Paula Todd – Investigative Writer
Dara Howell – Olympic Gold Medalist
Eddie Greenspan – Criminal Lawyer
Susan Swan – Author
Lloyd Robertson – Broadcast Legend 
David Phillips – Climatologist
Glenn Howard – Curler
Hugh Segal – Senator
Dr. James Young – Former Ontario Chief Coroner
Ted Barris on “The Great Escape” – Author & Entertainer
Pierre Pilote – NHL Hall of Famer 
John Hartman – Artist 
Michael Moldaver – Supreme Court of Canada Justice
Mike Robitaille – Former NHL All-Star
"The Martels” – Rock band
 
John Tory – Toronto Mayor
Lewis MacKenzie – Major General
Douglas John Cameron – Singer/songwriter
John Honderich – Torstar Chair
Tommy Hunter – Entertainer
Jerrold Karch – Actor
David Onley – Lieutenant-Governor 
Arkadi Kuhlmann – ING (Bank) Founding CEO