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  • Wednesday June 28, 2017

    Audio Syria red line

    The White House draws a red line on Syria...but will it prevent another chemical weapons attack?

    Listen 4:46
  • Wednesday June 28, 2017

    Audio Dr Bigham

    Dr. Blair Bigham says that it's important to be wary of trendy foods that have their time in the spotlight.

    Listen 4:59
  • Wednesday June 28, 2017

    Audio Teen drug addiction

    It's a desperate situation for a Kanata family trying to keep their daughter away from drugs.

    Listen 8:32
  • Wednesday June 28, 2017

    Audio Ransomware

    Move over WannaCry there's a new ransomware attack wreaking havoc on computers across Europe.

    Listen 7:05
  • Wednesday June 28, 2017

    Audio Hill Panel

    Federal MPs are saying goodbye to the Hill but not without one final news conference by the prime minister.

    Listen 8:20
  • Wednesday June 28, 2017

    Audio Flooding Compensation

    They thought they'd get help rebuilding after the flood but some homeowners near Gatineau's shores say the Quebec government is changing the rules:

    Listen 7:18
  • Wednesday June 28, 2017

    Audio My Canada 150 Project

    You will be seeing a few more faces on Sparks Street this week. It's all part of a new photo exhibition focused on Canadians and their stories.

    Listen 3:47
  • Wednesday June 28, 2017

    Audio Film Review

    Our film critic Tom McSorley is by with his review of the Ottawa Public Library's movie streaming service.

    Listen 5:20

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