Morning NorthYes, that was an earthquake you felt in SudburySep 30, 2015 | 4:09Two earthquakes are confirmed to have shaken parts of Greater Sudbury. The CBC's Jessica Pope spoke to Earthquakes Canada seismologist Allison Bent to get more details about the quakes.
Morning NorthNew website will showcase Northern Ontario comic book artistsSep 30, 2015 | 4:32Jason Villeneuve of Sudbury is starting a website that will showcase the artwork of comic book artists here in the north. The goal is to create a space that will provide some exposure for their work. Jason joined us in studio to tell us more.
Morning NorthEarthCare Sudbury coordinator gets Clean 50 AwardSep 29, 2015 | 6:31Each year, 50 people in Canada are recognized for sustainable development through the Clean 50 Awards. The coordinator of EarthCare Sudbury, Jennifer Babin-Fenske snagged one of this year's awards. She joined us in studio to talk about how she earned it.
Morning NorthNew Democrats release Northern Ontario platformSep 29, 2015 | 2:00If you are wondering what the NDP will do for Northern Ontario if elected, check out its Northern Ontario platform. Sudbury NDP candidate, Paul Loewenberg and Nipissing-Timiskaming NDP candidate, Kathleen Jodouin, shared some details about the platform.
Morning NorthLatest political poll numbers for the northeastSep 28, 2015 | 7:00We spoke with Eric Grenier who studies polls for CBC News. He shared some of the latest numbers for northeastern ridings and explained what they mean. Have a listen and find out which party is polling highest in different parts of the northeast.
Morning NorthGrowing Old Ungracefully - Bureaucratic disentitlement for the poorSep 28, 2015 | 5:03In this week's edition of Growing Old Ungracefully, our senior's columnist Benita Hart turns examines poverty. Being poor has never been easy, but Benita muses about how being poor in this day and age is particular rough.
Morning NorthNew school turning to online competition for help with booksSep 28, 2015 | 6:33Holy Trinity Catholic School in Sudbury is a brand new elementary school. It could use more books for library shelves, and it's hoping an online competition will help. School principal Diana Salvador joined us in studio with more details.
Morning NorthQueen's Park reaction to Lougheed chargesSep 25, 2015 | 5:52Nipissing MPP Vic Fedeli and Timmins-James Bay MPP Gilles Bisson grilled the Wynne government in Question Period following the news of charges being laid against Gerry Lougheed Jr. in connection with the Sudbury byelection.
Morning NorthAnalysis of the fallout from Lougheed chargesSep 25, 2015 | 9:03Queen's Park watcher and Toronto Star journalist Robert Benzie provided us with some analysis of how the news of charges against prominent Sudbury Liberal Gerry Lougheed Jr. in connection with the Sudbury byelection is playing out at Queen's Park.
Morning NorthAlgoma-Manitoulin-Kaupskasing debateSep 24, 2015 | 1:37:12Conservative Andre Robichaud, Liberal Heather Wilson and NDPer Carol Hughes face off in a debate at the Elliot Lake Moose Lodge, moderated by Mayor Dan Marchisella.
Morning NorthReport from Queen's Park - France GelinasSep 24, 2015 | 9:27The MPP for nickel belt, France Gelinas was our guest for this edition of Report from Queen's Park. She's the NDP health critic and had a lot to say about the report by Ontario's Auditor General on the province's Community Care Action Centres.
Morning NorthMisunderstanding prevents candidate from campaigning at L.U.Sep 24, 2015 | 6:10Sudbury Communist Party candidate Elizabeth Rowley was told by university security that she couldn't campaign on campus... that she could only campaign in student residences. Laurentian Chief of Staff, Alex Freedman, told us it was all a misunderstanding.
Morning NorthCBC Sudbury debateSep 24, 2015 | 1:47:59Markus Schwabe moderates a debate of the four main candidates in the Sudbury riding in front of a live audience at St. Andrew's Place in Downtown Sudbury.