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April 2012 Archives

The Morning Show Podcast for April 30, 2012

Today, we'll discover how the federal budget will impact health care for RCMP officers. We'll discuss how this province is contributing to the country's mineral wealth. And we'll remember a family from Central Newfoundland that lost three members in a terrible car crash in Alberta.
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The Morning Show Podcast for April 27, 2012

Today, we'll tour the runway at Gander International Airport that's about to get a ten-million dollar facelift. We'll find out how women's health will be hurt by the federal budget. And we'll tell you how you can have a chance to prove your dog is the best dog in the world.
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The Morning Show Podcast for April 26, 2012

Today we'll find out why winning is really losing when it comes to bad roads. We'll discuss Atlantic salmon returns on rivers in this province and learn some good news. And we'll meet a cancer survivor who's thrilled with improvements to screening for breast cancer in Central Newfoundland.
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The Morning Show Podcast for April 25, 2012

Today, we'll find out why a St.John's chef is turning seal meat into gourmet dining. We'll celebrate Dance Week with a dance teacher and students in Grand Falls-Windsor. And we'll find out what the head of the provincial fire services association thinks of yesterday's budget.
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The Morning Show Podcast for April 24, 2012

Today, we'll meet a young man who's dealing with Asperger's Syndrome while devoting his time to community awareness. We'll find out how distance education is serving students in rural Newfoundland. And we'll chat with a champion bowler from Baie Verte.
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The Morning Show Podcast for April 23, 2012

Today, we speak with the owners of Rosie's restaurant and bakery in Eastport, who are trying to raise their business from the ashes after last weekend's fire. We'll chat with children's author Jan Brett, as she prepares to tour Grand Falls-Windsor. And we'll meet the Salvation Army captain in Gander who's behind the sign that's got the town talking.
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The Morning Show Podcast for April 20, 2012

Today, we'll find out whether a new government initiative will really make a difference for people with disabilities. We'll talk about home care and the policies that make things tougher for care givers and their clients. And we'll tell you about the silent killer you might not know is lurking in your basement.
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The Morning Show Podcast for April 19, 2012

Today, we'll ask political scientist Alex Marland about the strategy behind the new provincial Liberal renewal tour. We'll find out what environmentalists think of changes to the federal environmental assessment act. And we'll go global the old fashioned way with a wireless radio operator in Gander.
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The Morning Show Podcast for April 18, 2012

Today, we bring you the heartwarming story of a bakery owner helping another in need. We'll hear from a mother desperate for more homecare hours for her disabled son. And we'll meet a brainy brain expert in Gander.
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The Morning Show Podcast - April 17, 2012

Today, we're at the scene of Rosie's Restaurant and Bakery in Eastport, which was destroyed by fire on the weekend. We'll talk with the mayor of Trinity Bay North who wants to know why the provincial government is ignoring his town's dire economic situation. And we'll speak with the wife of an OCI trawlerman from Port Rexton, who's delighted the labour dispute is settled.
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The Morning Show Podcast for April 16, 2012

Today, we'll find out why suicide rates among teenaged girls and young women are on the rise. We'll hear from a Gander businessman who says the town doesn't do its best to support local business. And we'll find out why a popular Springdale organization may be about to close.
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The Morning Show Podcast for April 5, 2012

Today we'll talk to a lobster fisherman about the buyer's decision not to open for business this year. We'll find out what Gander's mayor thinks of a yucky garbage problem on some town streets. And we'll chat with Avion Players director Annette Crummey about her play 33 Variations.
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The Morning Show Podcast for April 4, 2012

Today, we'll talk with the manager of the Fogo Island Co-op, about how the company will deal with a major crab quota cut. Hockey Newfoundland and Labrador president Jack Lee assess the just-concluded senior hockey season. And there's more trouble in the fishery as lobster buyers say they're not opening for business this year.
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The Morning Show Podcast for April 3, 2012

Today, we'll talk about prowling polar bears and find out what do to if you should encounter one. And we'll learn why concerned citizens in George's Brook-Milton are hoping to revive their local fire department.
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The Morning Show Podcast for April 2, 2012

Today, we find out what crab fishermen think of the latest quota cuts. We'll talk with a Clarenville resident who thinks seniors deserve designated parking spaces. And we'll chat with the province's finance minister about how the federal budget will impact Newfoundland and Labrador.
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