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  • Monday July 24, 2017

    Audio BEST OF - Wellness box

    This is a repeat of a story about the Good Food Box in Sudbury. It offers boxes of fresh fruits and vegetables to encourage healthy eating. The non-profit now helps older adults access healthy foods with what they call a wellness box.

    Listen 5:20
  • Monday July 24, 2017

    Audio More details on trial against First Nickel and Taurus Drilling

    Two men were killed in a 2014 mining incident. The CBC's Samantha Samson has been covering the related trial against the First Nickel and Taurus Drilling. She joined us in studio with details about what's been happening at the trial.

    Listen 4:58
  • Monday July 24, 2017

    Audio Wait times for long-term care in the northeast likely to continue growing

    The average wait time for a long-term care bed in the northeast is 124 days. That's likely to grow in light of the closure of the Lady Isabelle Nursing Home in Trout Creek. We spoke about this with Kathy Pearsall, a long-term care advocate from Sudbury.

    Listen 9:37
  • Monday July 24, 2017

    Audio Customers embracing new farmers market hours in Sudbury

    The Greater Sudbury Market is running a pilot program this year. It replaced the Sunday downtown market with a Thursday evening market across from Bell Park. Market manager Colleen Burns says the public is embracing the new hours and location.

    Listen 7:54
  • Monday July 24, 2017

    Audio Backroads Bill - true wilderness in the northeast

    Adventurer Bill Steer, a.k.a. Backroads Bill joins us once again to help us explore some of our own backyard. Is there really any true wilderness left in the northeast? Bill says yes and he shares some gems you should really see.

    Listen 6:22


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