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January 2012 Archives

The Morning Show Podcast for January 31, 2012

Today, we'll find out why people in Badger aren't happy about a potential new neighbour. Hockey NL has decided to stick to its decision to hold Herder final games in Corner Brook and St.John's, so we'll have reaction from the Grand Falls-Windsor Cataracts. And we'll find out what's up with the moose detection system on the TCH near Grand Falls-Windsor that seems to be out of order more often than not.
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The Morning Show Podcast for January 30, 2012

Today we chat with the principal of a school that's had the whole community pitch in to make sure the kids are eating healthy food. We'll meet the hockey moms in Grand Falls-Windsor who've now become hockey players. And we'll tell you how you can be part of a heritage project celebrating the lore of the mill basket.
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The Morning Show Podcast for January 27, 2012

Today, we'll find out what a Glovertown woman is doing with old wedding dresses. We'll hear from a sea urchin fisherman about their side of the buying dispute in Wareham, Bonavista Bay. And reporter Carolyn Ray digs into why the federal government held pre-budget consultations in Central, but didn't inform the public.
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The Morning Show Podcast for January 26, 2012

Today we'll catch up with Gander native Chris Ford as he takes on international curling competition in Japan. We'll talk about what will happen to your recyclables when the super dump in Norris Arm opens next week. And we'll introduce you to Febru-Hairy, a campaign to promote awareness of women's health, one hairy leg at a time.
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The Morning Show Podcast for January 25, 2012

Today we get reaction to MP Ryan Cleary's comments on the seal hunt, from a long-time sealer. We'll hear what students in Gander have to say about a new program to help start gay-straight alliances in schools, and we'll hear what the education minister thinks. We'll also hear from a sea urchin plant worker who's angry raw product is leaving the province for processing.
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The Morning Show Podcast for January 24, 2012

Today we find out why an oil exploration company is asking the CNLOPB to tell it to stop working. We'll meet a cabin owner on Random Island who's gone off the grid. And we'll discuss with an expert whether social media is the right place for government ministers to debate policy.
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The Morning Show Podcast for January 23, 2012

Today we'll find out how a little mouse could have deadly effects on your health. We'll meet a family in Clarenville celebrating Chinese New Year in their adopted community. And we'll find out why one group wants to save the Trinity Loop.
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The Morning Show Podcast - January 20, 2012

Today, we talk with a woman who's helping run one of the province's newest food banks, in an area newly in need. We'll find out how the province's department of education is planning to help protect gay students from bullying. And we'll find out what happened at last night's senior hockey meeting in Gander.

 

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The Morning Show Podcast for January 19, 2012

Today, we get details about how Service Canada is trying to deal with an EI application backlog in this province. We'll hear from the mayor of Harbour Breton about falling rocks in his community. And fishermen in Musgrave Harbour are hoping the federal budget will buy them a solution to some major wharf problems. We'll hear from the harbour authority.
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The Morning Show Podcast for January 18, 2012

Today, we talk to an engineering firm in Gander to find out whether engineering students unable to find work terms are looking far enough outside St.John's. We'll tell you what winter sport is most likely to injure you. And we'll find out how you might be liable if uninvited guests come to harm on your property.
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The Morning Show Podcast for January 17, 2012

Today, we hear from the survivor of a fatal accident on the TCH last year, who's struggling with guilt that she's still alive. Fans of the Grand Falls-Windsor Cataracts speak out at a public meeting last night. And we have the exclusive CBC interview with a man who says he's the only eyewitness to a murder in Trinity, Bonavista Bay.
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The Morning Show Podcast for January 16, 2012

Today we find out why the man running senior hockey in the province has quit. We'll also hear from the executive of the Grand Falls-Windsor Cataracts on the issue. And we'll check in with the Alzheimer's Society in the province to find out how we're doing in looking after growing numbers of patients with dementias.
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The Morning Show Podcast for January 13, 2012

Today we'll talk to the spouse of an Alzheimer's patient, about how wait times for care affect families. We'll also have Central Health's response. And, we'll talk to a mural artist who took the group who commissioned him to court and won.
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The Morning Show Podcast for January 12, 2012

Today we hear how the revamped Labrador ferry is causing problems for a trucker on Fogo Island. We'll get the latest on the Hockey NL battle with the Grand Falls-Windsor Cataracts. And we'll talk with a forestry consultant about what's going on in the woods in Central Newfoundland.
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The Morning Show Podcast for January 11, 2012

Today, we find out what it would mean for Central Newfoundland hockey fans if all Herder Trophy final games are held in Corner Brook or St.John's. We'll talk about heritage buildings in Grand Falls-Windsor. And we'll chat with Allan Hawco as the third season of Republic of Doyle launches tonight.
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Hockey NL's Bill Noseworthy addresses Herder controversy

An interview with Bill Noseworthy of Hockey Newfoundland and Labrador, about HNL's decision to play all of senior hockey's Herder Trophy final games in Corner Brook or St.John's, cutting out home games in Grand Falls-Windsor if the Cataracts should make it to the championship round.
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The Morning Show Podcast for January 9, 2012

Today, we'll find out why the Grand Falls-Windsor Cataracts won't get to play home games in their own rink if they make it back to the Herder this year. We'll talk to a player and a coach from a hockey team in Springdale that's undefeated for five years. And we'll hear from one disgruntled Marine Atlantic passenger who wants you to voice your complaints about the company too.
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The Morning Show Podcast for January 6, 2012

Today we'll hear one family's story of being stuck on a Marine Atlantic ferry for two days without warmth or enough food, and we'll hear what a liberal MP thinks of that. We'll also check out the new artificial ice rink in Appleton.
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The Morning Show Podcast for January 5, 2012

Today, we wrap up our round table discussion about rural economic development in Newfoundland. We meet two college students who are giving of themselves...literally...to help children. And we'll have a strange story about a seal product ban in Russia nobody seems to know about.
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The Morning Show Podcast for January 4, 2012

Today we'll continue our panel discussion on rural economic development in this province, with an examination of how to bring young Newfoundlanders back home. We'll meet a former youth pastor from Robert's Arm, who's now a well-known mixed marshall arts expert. And we'll remember Ray Goodyear, the province's baseball iron man.
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The Morning Show Podcast for January 3, 2012

Today, we'll sit down with some experts and talk about the economic realities of rural Newfoundland, and how things can improve. We'll find out how new technology will improve learning at a Grand Falls-Windsor school. And, if you've resolved to get into shape this new year, we'll have some tips to help you along.
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