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Ontario Morning from CBC Radio with Wei Chen

Ontario Morning tells you what's happening in your world - whether it's down the road or around the globe. Get the latest national and international news on World Report and local newscasts on the half-hour.

  • 53:17
    Assessing the federal government's commitment to renewable energy; 'Mr. Fragrance', the aristocrat of scent, Sid Cratzbarg; Flu cases on the increase in Peterborough; Carolyn Harris,historian and author on the upcoming royal wedding and the future leader of the Commonwealth; Talking to kids about cannabis when it is legalized; Safe Travels Program at Curve Lake wins Sustainability Award; Plogging - jogging and collecting litter.
    Apr 20, 2018
  • 57:54
    Family physician Danielle Martin applauds a parliamentary committee's recommendation of a national pharmacare program; Political analyst Robert Fisher looks at the war of word between the Premier and PC leader Doug Ford; Starbucks and the public relations debacle over racial bias; Barrie Police and O.P.P. have an arrest in decades-old cold cases; New podcast from Barrie, 'Stories Without A Home'; 15 Korean dogs raised as food have new home in Peterborough; Innisfil growth; A 'digital' spring cleaning,
    Apr 19, 2018
  • 50:50
    New implant for may protect women from H.I.V.; Queen's football player starts Autism Mentorship Program, pairing student athletes with youth who have autism; House of Commons looking into Facebook privacy breach; Kids and financial literacy; Paul Svoboda previews the O.H.L. playoffs; Canadian books on film; Snowy owls; 'Spring cleaning' your diet
    Apr 18, 2018
  • 49:51
    Update on repair efforts by Hydro One; Collingwood council debates on what to do about coyotes; Storm aftermath in Kawartha Lakes and Kingston; Exercise is effective in preventing heart disease, even if it runs in the family; N-D-P leader Andrea Horwath; Mike Wise explains how listeners can help CBC News track online political advertising; Spring cleaning and financial matters
    Apr 17, 2018
  • 40:30
    Cornwall city council is considering not cutting some grass as a cost-cutting measure; one councillor fears this could exacerbate the tick problem; Reaction to missile attacks by the U-S and its allies on suspected chemical weapons sites in Syria; Peterborough's new Rapid Access Addiction Medicine Clinic; CBC's Mike Crawley has new Ontario elections polling results; Landsdowne loses its only bank; De-cluttering
    Apr 16, 2018
  • 50:26
    Some Ontario farmers looking to the province for subsidies to meet rising wages; Some members of the cast and crew members of the film 'Indian Horse' speak with the CBC's Waubgeshig Rice; Twitter tale from Carleton journalism student; Kingston councillor has reaction to announcement that one of the first government cannabis outlets will be in his city; Craig Lauzon talks about the play 'Tales of an Urban Indian'; NBA playoff preview; Commonwealth Games; Museum Dance Off.
    Apr 13, 2018
  • 53:19
    Anti-smoking groups are losing government funding; More federal money to combat parasitic sea lampreys in the Great Lakes; 'The Logan Boulet' Effect. People are inspired to become organ donors by the example of the young hockey player who died when his team's bus crashed in Humboldt, Saskatchewan; This is the 100th anniversary of the CNIB. The CBC's Dagna Gallinger joins Debbie Gillespie, the transit and accessibility lead for Ontario at the Canadian National Institute for the Blind on her morning commute; Trump's tweets and possible retaliation against Syria; Religion and Ontario provincial politics; Hard to get tickets for the Maple Leafs; Esther the Wonder Pig and the drive to purchase large scale CT scanner for the Ontario Veterinary College
    Apr 12, 2018
  • 51:40
    Maple syrup season in Grey-Bruce; 'Dying For A Paycheck' author Jeffrey Pfeffer on the personal toll of the modern workplace; New hospice facility in Kincardine; Organizer of the Black Community Provincial Leaders Debate; Analysis of Mark Zuckerberg's appearance before a Congressional committee; Books for a rainy day; The CBC's Queen's Park reporter Mark Crawley on Doug Ford's campaign-style appearances in northwestern Ontario; Award-winning essay.
    Apr 11, 2018
  • 53:54
    Queen's psychology professor, Dean Tripp, talks about how the people of the community of Humboldt can cope with their grief; Prince Edward County pairs with the Kouga Municipality in South Africa as part of a federal program; Peterborough's Medical Officer of Health talks about recent opioid deaths and the current crisis; Photo portraits of farmers; The Diabetes Code; Are we naive to expect privacy online?; Rick Mercer says 'farewell'.
    Apr 10, 2018
  • 49:25
    The CBC's Erica Johnson has a cautionary story about banks extending lines of credit without notifying customers; Teaching people to recognize mental health issues; Eric Grenier describes how poll tracker will work in the forthcoming provincial election; Peterborough naturalist is charting local weather patterns; Canadian hockey coach and two time Olympic gold medalist, Vicky Sunohara offers her reaction to the tragic deaths in Humboldt; Collingwood waterfront plan acknowledges aboriginal heritage; Myopia
    Apr 9, 2018
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