Morning North | Oct 2, 2013 | 6:22

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 Young kids in Sudbury publish their first book Jun 24, 2015 | 6:57Some rather young authors were celebrated at a publishing party in Sudbury. The CBC's Markus Schwabe spoke with Grade 1 students Jayda Harley and Mason Walker, who helped write the book "The Day The Pipe Broke". He also spoke with teacher Karen Healy.
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Morning North Creating floating wetland to deal with waste from mines Jun 23, 2015 | 7:09Researchers in Sudbury are working to create floating wetlands to be used to deal with mine waste. Varun Gupta is one of the people participating in the project. The CBC's Jenifer Norwell caught up with him at the Mining and the Environment Conference.
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Morning North Farmer's Market opens in Sudbury Jun 26, 2015 | 6:02Fresh produce and homemade goods... You'll find them all at your local farmer's market. We spoke about the opening of Sudbury's Farmer's Market with Meredith Armstrong, the Manager of Tourism and Culture at the Greater Sudbury Development Corporation.
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Morning North Misuse of anti-psychotic drugs in long-term care homes Jun 23, 2015 | 5:05Statistics show that heavy tranquilizer-type drugs are being given to some Sudbury long-term care residents just to keep them quiet. The stats are from the Canadian Institute of Health Information. Douglas Yeo of the institute shared more details.
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Morning North - Preventing interactions with bearsJun 23, 2015 | 6:48Morning North Preventing interactions with bears Audio
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