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  • Friday December 09, 2016

    Audio Ontario Morning Podcast - Friday December 9, 2016

    Silent Night campaign to buy beds for hospital visitors; Peterborough Report with Jack Roe; Chief Commissioner Ontario Human Rights; Premier's meeting on clmate change; Christmas baking tips; Roch Carrier of The Hockey Sweater

    Listen 31:40
  • Thursday December 08, 2016

    Audio Ontario Morning Podcast - Thursday December 8, 2016

    V-P Biden visit to Canada; Yo yo dieting; Ontario Report with Rob Benzie; Triple intervention test to attempt to delay Alzheimer's; Customer abuse of call centre employees; Drowsy driving; Dr. Oronhyatekha

    Listen 46:09
  • Wednesday December 07, 2016

    Audio Ontario Morning Podcast - Wednesday December 7, 2016

    Call for national pharmacare program; Coping with the stress and demands of the season; Should city councilor be a full time job?; Managed alcohol program for serious alcoholics; Trump's foreign policy; Tales of a parking enforcement officer; Best books

    Listen 51:10
  • Tuesday December 06, 2016

    Audio Ontario Morning Podcast - Tuesday December 6, 2016

    Food prices expected to rise in 2017; Win $5000 dollars quitting smoking in Kingston; Innovate Kingston wants Breakout Project; Class action suit for chemotherapy patients; The Revenge of Analog; Advice for video game buyers

    Listen 38:07
  • Monday December 05, 2016

    Audio Ontario Morning Podcast - Monday December 5, 2016

    Ransomware extortionists find they are hacked; Searching for Kevin; Major industry moving to Kingston; How to best spend your charity dollar; Indigenous mentorship program in London

    Listen 33:43
  • Friday January 08, 2016

    Audio Hockey birthplace

    It's our national game, but where exactly is the birthplace of hockey? Several cities including Kingston lay claim to the title. Only one uses the copyrighted phrase though Windsor, Nova Scotia.

    Listen 6:18
  • Thursday January 07, 2016

    Audio Crisis Centre London

    People in crisis in London have a new resource to call upon. Instead of long waits at the local hospital emergency department ,they'll be able to go to a Mental Health and Addictions Crisis Centre.

    Listen 8:08
  • Thursday January 07, 2016

    Audio Workplace stress

    Stress is a constant in many people's lives. And much of it is work-related. Dr. David Posen has investigated. He's the author of "Is Work Killing You? - A Doctor's Prescription for Treating Workplace Stress".

    Listen 8:49


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