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  • Wednesday September 28, 2016

    Audio Food Feature - World Food Day

    Registered dietitian Tammy Cheguis joined us for our Food feature. In this edition, the conversation was all about World Food Day which is coming up in October.

    Listen 5:55
  • Wednesday September 28, 2016

    Audio New book about living among the Cree on Kashechewan reserve

    Journalist Alexandra Shimo lived several months among the Cree on a remote reserve on James Bay, witnessing their hardships and sorrow. She's written a book about the experience. We gave her a call to find out more about how her time there affected her.

    Listen 7:06
  • Wednesday September 28, 2016

    Audio The Folo: The Tree Has Grown

    Back in 1975, Sudbury decided to boost the local economy by making a fictional movie about how great it is to live and do business in what was then a scorched earth mining town. We look back on the Tree Has Grown and the Sudburians who played themselves.

    Listen 8:20
  • Wednesday September 28, 2016

    Audio A lot of noise over Greater Sudbury's noise bylaw

    After years of trying to develop a noise bylaw for the entire city, staff were told to go back to the drawing board. We have audio from one city councillor who got revved up about new noise restrictions on motor vehicle racing.

    Listen 4:45
  • Wednesday September 28, 2016

    Audio Merging Ontario's four school boards into one

    The Rainbow District School Board in Sudbury is pushing the province to merge four school boards into one. The chair of the board, Doreen Dewar joined us to talk about the benefits of such a move.

    Listen 11:33


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