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  • Thursday May 25, 2017

    Audio Disturbing sighs in Lively

    Signs for a fish fry in Lively have stirred up some strong emotions. The signs were taken down by the city because of bylaw violations. The CBC's Jan Lakes spoke about the controversy with the city councillor for the area Michael Vagnini.

    Listen 5:52
  • Thursday May 25, 2017

    Audio The future of local education

    Enrolment in rural, remote schools is dwindling across the province. So what can be done? We heard some thoughts from parents and school board officials in northeastern Ontario at a public consultation event held in Warren.

    Listen 7:35
  • Thursday May 25, 2017

    Audio Sault Ste. Marie hospital getting more funding than other northern hospitals

    Why aren't all hospitals on the same playing field when it comes to provincial funding? That's what the Ontario Council of Hospital Unions wants to know. The CBC's Samantha Samson spoke with Michael Hurley, the president of the council.

    Listen 5:28
  • Wednesday May 24, 2017

    Audio Seed varieties are declining

    A national organization called "Seeds of Diversity" is sounding the alarm about how the variety of seeds in the world is declining. Colleen Zilio of Sudbury is on the board of Seeds of Diversity Canada. She joined us in studio with more details.

    Listen 8:08
  • Wednesday May 24, 2017

    Audio Your credit history can affect your chances of employment

    Polishing off your resume to apply for a new job? You might want to consider taking a look at your credit report. Some employers are including credit checks in the hiring process. Kristan Cannon of Sudbury says her personal debt cost her a job.

    Listen 8:22


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