Morning North | Jul 17, 2014 | 6:00

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On this week's episode of Meet the Producers we speak with the owner of the Dare 2 Dream Alpaca Farm in Espanola.

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Morning North High school students in Sudbury attempting new French certification Apr 17, 2015 | 7:00Some grade 12 students in the Sudbury area are studying to take a test that will give them french certification, straight from France. Lianne Perreault-Raymond is the French consultant at the Sudbury Catholic District School Board. She told us more abou
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Morning North - Reducing hazards in miningApr 17, 2015 | 5:12Morning North Reducing hazards in mining Audio
Morning North Reducing hazards in mining Apr 17, 2015 | 5:12Thee are plenty of hazards in a mine. A committee looking at those hazards came up with recommendations to reduce some of them. The mine manager at Vale, s Creighton mine, Frank Demers, told the CBC's Kate Rutherford about one issue which involves the mo
Morning North - Giant pumpkin seed giveawayApr 16, 2015 | 8:47Morning North Giant pumpkin seed giveaway Audio
Morning North Giant pumpkin seed giveaway Apr 16, 2015 | 8:47It should be no surprise that giant pumpkins would come up as a topic of conversation on Morning North. Our go-to guy for all things giant pumpkin is Stephen Smith. He joined us to talk about the upcoming growing season and to share some seeds.
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Morning North The sudden departure of Sudbury's Chief Administrative Officer Apr 16, 2015 | 8:24Greater Sudbury CAO Doug Nadorozny has left his job. How he left is the subject of speculation and debate. The CBC's Erik White has been following the story. He joined us in studio to talk about what might have happened and what it could mean.
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Morning North (W)rites of Spring Poetry Festival Apr 16, 2015 | 7:13It's National Poetry Month. One of the events planned to celebrate poetry is the (W)rites of Spring poetry festival in Sudury. We were joined in studio by poets Kim Fahner and Tanya Neumeyer to talk about the event and share some poetry.
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