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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.

  • 57:20
    Closing of Minden HIlls daycare surprises parents; Reaction from victim services to more arrests involving human trafficking of girls and young women in Peterborough; The Toronto Star's Queen's Park reporter Rob Benzie talks about the PC's first caucus meeting held yesterday; Workplace eating; Are China and the U-S heading for a trade war?; Indigenous books; Prospects for Swoop the new ultra-low fare airline; Grade 12 student Holly Tetzlaff wins the Stockholm Junior Water Prize for Canada.
    Jun 20, 2018
  • 50:55
    The issue of immigrant children being separated from their parents at the U-S Mexico border; Mental health first aid courses; O.P.P. continues probe of into allegations of misuse of public money in Collingwood; Etsey raises fee for people to sell on the website; Why Ontario shouldn't scrap cap and trade; Two border town mayors - one Canadian and one American talk about the effect of the strained relationship between their respective governments
    Jun 19, 2018
  • 46:57
    Safety audit to keep intruders out of your home; Reaction to report on the amount of ice being lost in Antarctica; Trial in the shooting death of Jon Styres raises the issue of possible racial bias within the jury; New online journal 'The Logic' to report on the future of the innovation economy; Reaction to study that shows meditation may de-motivate employees; Homeless enumeration in Hastings County; Creator of TackATTACK
    Jun 18, 2018
  • 43:02
    Kingston 'micro farmer'; Going for a 'green' picnic by reducing waste; What's happening at Queen's Park as a new government prepares to take office; Spiders at the Royal Ontario Museum; Shopping Canadian in response to American policies; The mystery of the photo found among donations to the Belleville food bank; Peonies
    Jun 15, 2018
  • 01:02:10
    Ontario Human Rights ruling that benefits can not be arbitrarily discontinued when employee reaches the age of 65; The The Working Centre is a community-based group that works to address unemployment and poverty; The future is in question for the people in need who live on five trailers on a Napanee man`s property; World Cup preview; Trucking safety; How a blood test may be used to predict premature births; New conservation area on Whitefish Lake north of Kingston; Mother writes a public letter on Facebook lamenting remarks directed at her autistic children while they were on an outing.
    Jun 14, 2018
  • 50:48
    Jim Egan, a trail-blazing gay rights activist recognized in a Heritage Minute; Russian soccer culture; Dairy farmers react to Trump's attacks on supply management; How certain prescription drugs can lead to depression; Two students are victims of a phony kidnap scam designed to extort money from families; Books for Pride Month; Two rookie M.P.P.'s
    Jun 13, 2018
  • 49:32
    Hypodermic needle in trash injures worker at Quinte West recycling; Simcoe Muskoka District Health Unit nutritionist talks about food insecurity in the region; Analysis of meeting between Trump and Kim; Proposal for a private shuttle service for Prescott; Andrea Horwath on the election and her party's new role as Official Opposition; Ottawa Report with Jordan Press on the intensifying feud between Canada and the U-S; Ontario's Indigenous Mentorship Network; Goats mow the grass in Blue Mountains
    Jun 12, 2018
  • 48:18
    Starbucks' employee training about 'unconscious bias'; Legacy of corruption at FIFA and in Russia as World Cup nears; Rob Benzie on the Progressive Conservatives preparations to govern; Safe Under 7, anti-speeding campaign in Peterborough; Red Cross volunteer who helped the Chinese tourists involved in the bus crash near Prescott; Ontario Chamber of Commerce on what the organization hopes from the new provincial government; Why aren't rabies shots for pets free if we can immunize wild animals?
    Jun 11, 2018
  • 01:06:52
    The CBC's Queen's Park reporter Mike Crawley has an overview of the election results; PC candidate David Smith, winner in the bellwether riding of Peterborough-Kawaratha; PC candidate Jill Dunlop, winner in Simcoe North; The CBC's Vassy Kapelos talks about how Doug Ford's win will be a factor in federal-provincial relations; Election Panel: Christo Aivalis, John Gerretsen and Scott MacPherson; Polling with Sean Simpson of Ipsos; Mike Schreiner becomes first Green to be elected in Ontario; Two candidates who were not elected: Jan Johnstone for the NDP and Pierre Leroux for the Liberals; Election analysis with Kathy Brock; Student Mock Vote with Alexx Gibeau and Sierra Sommerville
    Jun 8, 2018
  • 50:27
    Get Out The Vote wants to motivate undergrads to get out and vote; Mexico responds to U-S tariffs on steel and aluminum with tariffs of their own; 'Double doctoring' how people with drug dependencies can fraudulently obtain prescription drugs; Muskoka Springs of Gravenhurst is reviving a 145-year-old recipe for tonic; Dr. Samir Sinha talks about how we must devote more attention to the care of the elderly; New research suggest chemotherapy may not always be necessary for early stage breast cancer; #METOO at the United Church; 'Holding Up The Sky' is book of poems and paintings created by Valerie Losell after her life was changed by a traumatic head injury
    Jun 7, 2018
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