Along with Co-Host Melissa Grelo, Steve Anthony and the CP24 Breakfast team wake up Toronto on weekday mornings. Anthony connects with viewers; he was chosen as the recipient of the Top Choice Awards in the Television Personality category for the Greater Toronto Area in 2011, 2012, and 2013. Steve Anthony is one of the founding VJs of MuchMusic, where he appeared for an unprecedented nine-and-a-half years. Among other things, he has also been the afternoon show host on Q107 in Toronto, morning show host at 102.1 CFNY in Toronto, morning host at CHOM 97.7 in Montreal, afternoon host on MIX 99.9 in Toronto, and expert panelist for the 2006 edition of MuchMusic's VJ Search.
With a Masters in International Relations (University of Amsterdam), and a BA (McGill) Anthony’s communication and environmental career has spanned a number of countries in four sectors: government, corporate, NGO and academia. After working at Environment Canada, Anthony went to Paris to work for UNEP, and Business school INSEAD helping establish the Centre for the Management of Environmental and Social Responsibility. In Amsterdam, he headed communications for the $6 billion Euro global corporation Randstad, and set up their CSR practice. After 7 years in Europe, he returned to Canada now works at Evergreen as spokesperson managing the PR-communication needs of Evergreen nationally and Evergreen Brick Works in Toronto.
Hannah Alper has been called an eco-warrior, a change-maker and an activist. At 11 years old, she is all of these things. Hannah created her blog CallMeHannah.ca at age nine to share her growing knowledge and concern for the environment. Hannah also turns her words into actions. She organized a shoreline cleanup in her community; became a World Wildlife Federation (WWF) Earth Hour Team Captain 2013 and spoke at the WWFs Earth Hour event in Toronto; was the official “eco-blogger” for the JUNO Awards for the 2nd year in a row; and helped launch Free The Children’s We Create Change campaign. She is currently on Free The Children’s We Create Change tour across Canada, visiting schools and organizations celebrating the positive change that Canadian youth are making during the Year of Education
Joyce McLean is the Director of Strategic Issues and manages the Office of the President at Toronto Hydro. She has led communications and policy efforts for renewable energy and climate change initiatives at Toronto Hydro during her 15 years at the utility. Joyce was involved in the installation of North America’s first urban wind turbine at Toronto’s Exhibition Place. Prior to joining Toronto Hydro, Joyce spent twenty years in a number of roles, including: senior political policy advisor to two Ontario Environment Ministers; Chair of the Canadian Wind Energy Association; Founding Chair of Ontario’s Community Power Fund and as an international campaign director for Greenpeace. She studied political science, marketing, negotiations and journalism at York University, Ryerson University and Harvard Business School.
Miriam Millar is the purchaser for Grassroots Environmental Products one of Canada's pioneering retailers in green lifestyle. Miriam started working in purchasing for an electronics retailer but found there was something missing. Having grown up in a family that was conscious of the environmental impacts we have on our planet, and tried to minimize the impacts as much as possible, she decided to try a new career path. She started working full time at Grassroots and quickly transitioned to store manager and then to purchaser, while taking environmental courses part-time at U of T. In her role, Miriam is responsible for finding and researching new products that meet the high standards of Grassroots and its customers.