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  • Tuesday April 25, 2017

    Audio Celebrating the work of volunteers

    It's national volunteer week... celebrating volunteers across the country. To mark the occasion, we spoke with long-time Sudbury volunteer Barb Nott to see why she spends so much of her time with community groups.

    Listen 6:58
  • Tuesday April 25, 2017

    Audio Beekeeping a popular hobby in Powassan

    The Powassan Bee Club is always a beehive of activity with its 75 members. The CBC's Markus Schwabe met up with one of the club members, Kathie Hogan, to check out the colonies she keeps in her back yard.

    Listen 8:00
  • Tuesday April 25, 2017

    Audio Student says he hacked Laurentian University to prove it was vulnerable

    Spencer Brydges says he accessed the private information of over 2000 staff and students at Laurentian University. He then told the school what he had done. He's now been banned from campus. The CBC's Erik White joined us with more details.

    Listen 9:18
  • Tuesday April 25, 2017

    Audio North Bay woman discovers she's a descendant of Louis Riel

    What would you do if you found out you were related to someone famous? We spoke with a North Bay woman who can trace her ancestry back to Louis Riel, the rebellious Canadian politician who has connections to both the Metis and Francophone population.

    Listen 7:51
  • Tuesday April 25, 2017

    Audio What happens when your backyard keeps caving in?

    Some Sudbury homeowners say they're watching their backyards vanish due to erosion. They want the city to level their backyards. We heard from one the affected homeowners and from the city councillor who represents her area.

    Listen 5:49


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