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Morning North with Markus Schwabe

CBC Radio's Morning North is a weekday news and current affairs program hosted by Markus Schwabe.

  • 05:27
    Charlie Alexander has his sights set on the Olympics. He took part in the RBC Training Ground, a series of cross-Canada talent search events designed to bring new/undiscovered talent into the Canadian Olympic pipeline. He took up the sport of rowing in 2016. Now he's on his way to becoming an Olympic rower. He joined us in studio to share his story.
    Jan 18, 2018
  • 05:25
    Indigenous groups in the Northeast got together in Sudbury to talk about developing a child well-being agency for their communities. Brenda Restoule is one of the people involved in the creation of the new agency. She spoke about the importance of providing culturally appropriate services with the CBC's Benjamin Aubé.
    Jan 18, 2018
  • 06:18
    New Year's Day is now behind us, but already, some people have given up on their New Years' resolutions. Registered dietician Tammy Cheguis joined us with some advice that could help you keep your food related resolutions.
    Jan 18, 2018
  • 08:01
    Our Report from Queen's Park with Provincial Affairs Specialist Robert Fisher looks at Premier Kathleen Wynne's cabinet shuffle... who's in, who's out, and the strategy behind those decisions.
    Jan 18, 2018
  • 08:16
    Laurentian University's new plan for the next five years has just been released. Linda Ambrose is the special advisor to the President. She's also spearheading the strategic plan process. She joined us in studio to talk about what's in the plan.
    Jan 18, 2018
  • 05:24
    An addictions clinic at Health Sciences North has been providing rapid treatment for people suffering a serious addiction for more than a year now. The clinic is part of a pilot project by the Ministry of Health. The North East LHIN has announced the creation of four more of these clinics. Carol Philbin Jolette of the North East LHIN spoke about the opioid strategy for the region with the CBC's Angela Gemmill.
    Jan 17, 2018
  • 06:59
    Treaty payments for citizens of some Ontario First Nations haven't increased above 4 dollars a year in more than 140 years. They're in court in Sudbury arguing for changes. The CBC's Waubgeshig Rice spoke with representative of the First Nations to find out why this is important to them.
    Jan 17, 2018
  • 08:14
    We spoke with Sudbury Mayor Brian Bigger and Wahnapitae First Nations Chief Ted Roque from Tornio, Finland. They're touring a world class ferrochrome production facility there to help Sudbury's bid to build a ferrochome production facility for Noront Resources' mining project in the Ring of Fire.
    Jan 17, 2018
  • 03:25
    Gord Apolloni has been around the world.because of boxing. He boxed a bit growing up in Sudbury, but in 1992 he became a national boxing coach. You can hear more about Gord Apolloni in this week's edition of One on One with Markus. Here's a little teaser as Markus Schwabe takes a few jabs with some snappy questions.
    Jan 17, 2018
  • 05:09
    In front of a panel of high-ranking politicians, Sudbury teenager Josh Tilson detailed his struggle to find someone to talk about about his depression. It's a struggle which led him to try to take his own life in 2016. He's now a spokesperson for Sudbury's Child and Family Centre. He shared his story with the CBC's Benjamin Aubé.
    Jan 17, 2018
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