Well, we finally have an answer.
Starting March 3, The Todd Shapiro Show will air daily on SiriusXM Canada, at 9 a.m.
But that wasn't the first complaint of the show's hosts' conduct. Shapiro left last July, shortly after the show was reprimanded after commending a man who beat up a protester at a Remembrance Day ceremony. The Canadian Broadcast Standards Council deemed the segment to have "sanctioned, promoted and glamorized violence," violating its code of ethics.
Despite the controversy, at the time, many fans aired their disappointment at Shapiro's departure online.
Hopefully he'll feel at home on SiriusXM's uncensored Canadian comedy station, Canada Laughs, with his hour-long program bookended by fellow Toronto radio stars Howard Glassman and Fred Patterson's show Humble and Fred. In his announcement of the show on Facebook, Shapiro thanked Glassman and Patterson for helping to make the show happen.
"It's hard to describe how excited I am for this new opportunity to build my own show in an unrestricted environment and to get to broadcast it to such a massive audience," Shapiro said in a press release. "I just want to hang out with cool people, talk about stuff that I think is funny and interesting and they're letting me do that, plus I'm told I still get to wear my flip flops, hat and a deep V!"