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  • Wednesday August 24, 2016

    Audio Sudbury receives $3.8M for transit infrastructure projects

    Nine transit infrastructure projects in Sudbury are getting a financial boost from the federal government. The city is receiving more than 3 million dollars in funding. The CBC's Martha Dillman spoke with the Mp for Nickel Belt, Marc Serre.

    Listen 5:34
  • Wednesday August 24, 2016

    Audio A new family room is being created at Health Sciences North

    A new project at Health Sciences North in Sudbury, by the Ronald McDonald House Charities from Toronto. We spoke with Faye Roberts about this new project. She's the Manager of Family Rooms for Ronald McDonald House Charities Toronto.

    Listen 8:28
  • Wednesday August 24, 2016

    Audio $1.3B class action by 60s Scoop survivors

    A Class action suit against 1960s 'scoop' of 16-thousand indigenous children placed in foster care gets its day in court. Timmins-James Bay MP Charlie Angus gave us his thoughts after taking part in a '60s Scoop courthouse rally.

    Listen 5:14
  • Wednesday August 24, 2016

    Audio Pill-like thermometer and wearable tech to monitor the saftey miners

    Researchers are looking into a pill-like thermometer that can be swallowed to help measure body temperature. They say this could be used in mine rescue. Sandra Dorman is the director for CROSH. She tells us about this new wearable/ingestible technology.

    Listen 9:21
  • Tuesday August 23, 2016

    Audio Sudbury barbecue with Justin Trudeau

    Thousands of northern Ontarians were in Sudbury to attend a community barbecue with Justin Trudeau. The CBC's Martha Dillman stopped by the event to get some people's reactions to the Prime Minister and his cabinet coming to Sudbury.

    Listen 5:33

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