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Meet the new president of College Boreal in Sudbury

New students are now settled in at colleges and universities in the north... so are several new university and college presidents. We're going to introduce you to them this week, starting with the new president of College Boreal in Sudbury Pierre Riopel.

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Morning North Film will feature First Nations and Zombies Jan 13, 2015 | 6:59He admits it could be controversial, but an Espanola high school teacher turned film maker wants to combine First Nations and zombies. Jayson Stewart plans to shoot a trailer this summer. He joined us by phone with more details.
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Morning North New cremation and burial service in Sudbury Jan 12, 2015 | 7:54Ranger's Cremation and Burial Services just opened in Sudbury. It's considered an alternative to traditional funeral homes with simpler offerings. Company owner Jim Ranger was in our studio to tell us more about what his company does.
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Morning North Transgender seniors Jan 14, 2015 | 6:21How many transgender seniors are there in Sudbury? An activist is helping them come out. Darlyne Hanson joined us to tell us her story and to talk about the fears that keep seniors from expressing themselves fully in their golden years.
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