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About the Show

The Hosts

Teddy Wilson is a three-time Canadian Screen Award nominee and a Gemini Award winner. He is also the host of Discovery Canada’s hit series Mighty Trains, traveling the world to highlight the people and engineering behind the most incredible rail journeys on earth. 
 

For ten seasons Teddy hosted Canada’s national daily entertainment talk-show, InnerSpace; and was host of After The Black on BBC America & Space Channel.

He was also the drummer in the indie rock band HUDDLE, whose videos have been seen on MuchMusic and MTV.
 

Nicole Servinis has worked in the TV industry for over 8 years, specializing in lifestyle & entertainment news.
 

Nicole received a full dance scholarship to attend Hawaii Pacific University to study Journalism. That year Nicole was a part of a two-time national championship team, and was awarded Rookie of the Year. Returning home, Nicole attended Ryerson University. 

Over the past few years, she has interviewed many A-listers and has hosted events all across the GTA.

Things to Know T.O.

Toronto is one of the world’s most vibrant cities, with people and places that make life here interesting and sometimes unexpected.

 

Every Saturday morning CTV Toronto and CP24 shine a spotlight on local businesses across the GTA and bring you the things you need to know.

 

Whether it is advice on projects around the house, or what to consider when looking for a new home. Activities to do with the kids, or healthy tips for taking a moment for yourself — we’ve got you covered.

 

You can watch Things to Know T.O. on Saturday mornings at these times:

 

6:30 A.M. on CP24

9:00 A.M. on CTV2 Toronto / Barrie

10:00 A.M. on CTV Toronto

 

Or check out full segments right here at ThingstoKnowTO.ca.​

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