Mic'd Up Toronto Podcast
About This Show
A podcast that gives the city of Toronto a voice. We discuss and debate everything going on in this great city. We get into the minds of Torontonians to discuss all the hot button issues that people are afraid to talk about. We always make sure to keep things interesting, although sometimes it can get ugly.
A great podcast for keeping up with everything related to our city.
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Most Recent Episode
Ep 188 - Mic'd Up Toronto - Junk food paradise
3 days ago
Episode 188 of Mic'd Up Toronto.
Whether you are in a happy relationship or single and alone, you have come to the right place this Valentine’s Day. Mic’d Up Toronto will always be there for you!
Topics this week include:
-Overrated Olympics: The Mic’d Up crew has come to the consensus that the 2018 Winter Olympics (and the Olympics in general) are completely overhyped and overrated. We examine why the interest level in the Olympics has steadily declined.
-Junk food junkie: A new Toronto based service called FryDay Box will deliver junk food to your door at a moment’s notice. What do we think about this new unhealthy business being implemented in an increasingly health conscious world? Tune in to find out!
-Roll up the rim: It’s that time of year where Tim Horton’s mega promotion excites Canadians across the nation. Is the Roll up the Rim promotion one of the most brilliant marketing campaigns of all time or is it not nearly as enticing as you’d think?
-All this plus much more!
Credit for intro music:
Fireworks by Jahzzar
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Episodes of This Show
6 days ago
Rated 5 out of
Very entertaining and funny podcast!!
Very fun topics, and great chemistry between the 3 hosts. This podcast is now part of my daily commute!
Date published: 2016-06-27