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  • Wednesday October 26, 2016

    Audio Laura Cotesta Memorial Cancer Drive

    Lockerby Composite School students Sydnie Stinson and Lauren-Ashleigh Beaudry are both taking part in the annual Laura Cotesta Memorial Cancer Drive. They told us about the person the drive is named after and why they are taking part.

    Listen 6:16
  • Wednesday October 26, 2016

    Audio Fire Song movie explores Indigenous and two-spirited themes

    The screenwriter and director of the film Fire Song, Adam Garnet Jones, joined us for a chat about the film. The movie which explores two-spirited themes will be screened in Sudbury.

    Listen 6:36
  • Wednesday October 26, 2016

    Audio Renting out unused school space

    Rending out unused school space to businesses is one option being considered by the Rainbow District School Board to help its bottom line. Dennis Bazinet of the Rainbow Board spoke with the CBC's Angela Gemmill about community interest in the idea.

    Listen 2:53
  • Tuesday October 25, 2016

    Audio Is it time to end the idea of work retirement?

    A gerontologist from the Netherlands says it could be good for your health to keep on working way past retirement age. Dr. Jan Jukema is in Sudbury to talk about aging in the Netherlands. He joined us in studio with a little preview of his talk.

    Listen 8:29
  • Tuesday October 25, 2016

    Audio Coping with learning disabilities

    In recognition of Learning Disability Awareness Month, we are featuring people who have learning disabilities. Today we hear from Jayme Anderson, a grade 10 student at LoEllen Park Secondary School in Sudbury.

    Listen 5:26


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