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  • 06:55
    Doctor Rebekah Shoop's appreciation for the healthcare system in Ontario has grown since she started volunteering in Central America in 2005. She's spent most of her time in the village of Comitancillo where, since studying to become a nurse and later a doctor she has not only offered her sweat equity but has helped raise money for medical equipment for a two thousand square foot public health centre that treats 65 thousand people; started a pre-natal program; worked to help villagers access eco-stoves for heat and cooking and the journey also led to her meeting the man who she would eventually marry. When she's not in Guatemala Rebekah Shoop is a Doctor at Cambridge Memorial Hosptial and West Haldimand General in Hagersville. She is the founder and volunteer co-ordinator of Alianza Canada, the organization that raises money for the village of Comitancillo.
    May 22, 2018
  • 08:51
    Why sing? Well, because it's good for you! Amy Clements Cortes is a Registered Psychotherapist and Music Therapist. She explains what happens to your mind and body when you belt out a tune.
    Feb 16, 2018
  • 05:14
    Temperatures are finally warming up this week, but with the amount of snow we've had, that means there's going to be a big thaw and potential flooding.Our infrastructure columnist Barbara Robinson explains how to prevent this.
    Jan 10, 2018
  • 05:12
    There's both dirt and snow piling up at the Chicopee ski hill in Kitchener. CEO Bill Creighton explains why.
    Dec 21, 2017
  • 06:27
    There's been a fair bit of change along the LRT route over the past couple of years. And not just transit infrastructure. Rod Regier, from the Region of Waterloo speaks to new analysis of the economic impact the LRT build is having.
    Dec 4, 2017
  • 07:56
    Who owns the dead ash trees in the backyards of homes on Northlake Drive? Homeowners say the city does. The city says its on private property. Homeowner Milena Urbanajc speaks to The Morning Edition.
    Nov 23, 2017
  • 04:31
    Kitchener-Waterloo's newest theatre company, Dragonfly Productions, hopes to grow female leadership specifically in directing, producing and technical roles of the performing arts.
    Nov 23, 2017
  • 06:41
    Events unfolding in Africa are hitting close to home for some in Waterloo Region. Thandiwe Msimanga is originally from Zimbabwe, and was driven out of the country due to human rights violations by the government.
    Nov 21, 2017
  • 10:22
    As the province's 12,000 college faculty professors vote on the latest offer from the College Employer Council, Justin St-Maurice and Russell Foubert want students to know: "We're really frustrated as well."
    Nov 21, 2017
  • 04:27
    Conestoga College students rallied in front of Doon Campus in Kitchener in the hope their opinions and voices are heard in the faculty strike, which has entered its fifth week.
    Nov 14, 2017
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