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  • Friday January 19, 2018

    Audio Women's March will be held in Sudbury

    Activists in Sudbury are joining Women's March Canada by hosting their own event. Amanda Kingsley Malo is one of the organizers of the event. We spoke to her about the event and why this year in particular, people might be even more receptive to the message behind the march.

    Listen 5:29
  • Friday January 19, 2018

    Audio Citizens express concern over level of policing at Community Policing Forum in Sudbury

    Members of the Greater Sudbury Police Service spent an evening in the city's Lively area hearing concerns from citizen's there. There was a lot of talk about the level of police service in the community. The CBC's Benjamin Aubé was at the forum and spoke to some of the people that were there.

    Listen 8:13
  • Friday January 19, 2018

    Audio Helping workers adapt to workplace automation

    Advancing technology is helping many Ontario workers, but in some cases it could be hurting them. An upcoming session at the YMCA Employment Services in Sudbury will look at what our community needs to help workers adapt to workplace automation. Karen Makela of the YMCA Employment Services in Sudbury joined us in studio to talk about the issue in more detail.

    Listen 5:54
  • Friday January 19, 2018

    Audio Students are getting the Member of Parliament experience in Ottawa

    The person sitting in your Member of Parliament's seat today might look a little different. That's because students from across the country are in the House of Commons for Model Parliament. Some Laurentian University students are there. Nick Higgins has been participating for three years now. He spoke about the experience with the the CBC's Robin De Angelis .

    Listen 4:14
  • Thursday January 18, 2018

    Audio Indigenous groups in the northeast are working on creating a new child welfare agency

    Indigenous groups in the Northeast got together in Sudbury to talk about developing a child well-being agency for their communities. Brenda Restoule is one of the people involved in the creation of the new agency. She spoke about the importance of providing culturally appropriate services with the CBC's Benjamin Aubé.

    Listen 5:25


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