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Morning North
with Markus Schwabe

Meet the Producers

We've been speaking with all kinds of farmers this summer as we try to connect with some of the people in northern Ontario who produce our food. Eric Blondin started a new vegetable buisness in Sudbury called Les Jardin Blondin. Listen audio (runs 5:54)

Sudbury remembers War Measures Act

During the First World War, the Canadian government gave itself the right to imprison immigrants who it felt were enemy aliens. Sudbury is one of 100 communities across the country that will remember those sent to internment camps. We spoke about a memorial happening Friday. Listen audio (runs 8:32)

Tenant describes community garden at low-income building

Lynn Simard-McMurray.JPG Some tenants at a low-income building in Sudbury are hoping their community gardens will help change perceptions about the kinds of people that live in their building. Listen audio (runs 7:06)

Red Scarf Project to return... with more scarves!

Stephanie Harris.JPG The Reseau Access Network will give away red scarves this year for HIV awareness week. But more volunteers are needed to expand the project. Listen audio (runs 6:38)

John Island Camp celebrates 60 years

John Island Camp is celebrating its 60th anniversary. The CBC's Barry Mercer speaks to the director of camping services at the YMCA about what's planned to mark the occasion. Listen audio (runs 7:16)

Health unit gives its stance on e-cigarettes

Francine Brunet-Fechner from the Sudbury District Health Unit explains why she would like to see electronic cigarettes more tightly controlled. Listen audio (runs 8:36)

Antiques show in Hanmer for 15th year in a row

Pam McVey started an antiques show in Sudbury 15 years ago because there was nothing like it Sudbury. We'll hear about Antiques at the Farm which runs this weekend. Listen audio (runs 8:33)

The Winter That Changed Us All

Ukraine.jpg We meet a pair of documentary filmmakers from Ukraine who captured the essence of the November 2013 protests in that country. Listen audio (runs 6:18)

New theatre company launches this week in Sudbury

Verve Next is a group made up of young actors and writers. It's focusing on pushing some of the boundaries of theatre. The CBC's Barry Mercer has a chat with the founder of the company before the curtain rises this week. Listen audio (runs 7:17)

City council meets for summer session

Sudbury city council only meets once a month during the summer. But they are marathon affairs. The CBC's Erik White previews what will be on the agenda over the next two days. Listen audio (runs 5:59)