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What Porpoise’s Topher Kingsley-Williams is Loving Today

Topher Kingsley-Williams. Image: Submitted

In this series, we ask members of the East Coast’s business community to share things they’re loving lately.

This week we asked Topher Kingsley-Williams, CEO and founder of Moncton-based Porpoise:

“I had a hard time writing this because there are a number of things I have been loving. Something I would have to say I have been enjoying lately is CBC Radio 2, in the mornings. I have a new routine since my wife has gone back to work that involves me having breakfast every morning with my 18-month-old tiny human. Every morning she will point to the stereo and put one hand in the air ‘raising the roof’ and this is the indicator that I must put on music. Luckily CBC has a great morning show that we listen to, sometimes dance to, and get the daily news. A great way to start any day is eating breakfast and listening to music with my daughter (especially CBC2).”

You can start your mornings with CBC Radio 2 here.