Morning NorthJean Raymond Audet - Sudbury candidate for the People's Political PartyJan 28, 2015 | 6:18We've been presenting interviews with candidates running in the provincial by-election coming up in Sudbury on February 5th. This time around, you'll hear from Jean Raymond Audet. He's running for the People's Political Party of Ontario.
Morning NorthHuman trafficking charges against former Sudbury woman droppedJan 28, 2015 | 5:07A former Sudbury woman is relieved that a charge of human trafficking against her was dropped. Her lawyer, Glenn Sandberg, spoke to the CBC's Kate Rutherford about the case.
Morning NorthPolicing expert says police videos don't tell the whole storyJan 28, 2015 | 7:43How is the ever present camera lens affecting the public's view of police? We had a policing expert weigh in with his observations about police videos and how they don't always tell the whole story of what happened.
Morning North"Slush funds" discussed at Sudbury city councilJan 28, 2015 | 5:19Sudbury city councillors debated the Healthy Community Initiative for more than an hour last night. The HCI is a discretionary fund issued to members of city council and is viewed by some as a slush fund. We have part of council's discussion.
Morning NorthFood Feature - the pressure cookerJan 28, 2015 | 7:39Our Food Feature with registered dietician Tammy Cheguis was a real pressure cooker this time around. Actually Tammy was cool and collected as per usual but the topic of discussion was the pressure cooker.
Morning NorthPolice still investigating Renee Sweeney murderJan 27, 2015 | 5:58It's been 17 years since the murder of Renee Sweeney in Sudbury. It remains unsolved but police say they are still actively investigating tips. Sergeant Dave Toffoli spoke to the CBC's Kate Rutherford about the investigation.
Morning NorthSudbury police brutality case going to courtJan 27, 2015 | 6:12A Sudbury police officer is now facing assault charges. The charges stem from alleged police brutality against Tanner Currie after his head was shoved through a glass window. Tanner Currie joined us in studio to about the case.
Morning NorthCity councils in the northeastJan 27, 2015 | 6:58We brought you some of the discussion held at different city councils in the northeast. In Sudbury a request for an extra $1 million dollars for police services, in Sault Ste Marie, a request for $1 million from Essar Steel, and in Timmins, it was Handi-Transit.
Morning NorthMore scholarship $$$ for student athletes at Cambrian CollegeJan 27, 2015 | 8:37Cambrian College is hoping more athletic scholarships money will entice student athletes. We heard about the plan from Robert Audet. We also heard from Cambrian soccer coach, Guisseppe Politi, and a student who could benefit from the scholarship money.
Morning NorthSudbury's Pond Hockey FestivalJan 26, 2015 | 7:01It doesn't get much more Canadian than this... Sudbury's Pond Hockey Festival on the Rocks is coming up. Barb Nott is the chair of the festival. She was in our studio to tell us all about this year's event.
Morning NorthCandidates debate - living on $656 a monthJan 26, 2015 | 4:55We have another sample of the candidates debate held at St Andrews Place in Sudbury. Candidates in the Sudbury by-election were asked by an audience member to explain how you can live the $656 per month given to some people on social assistance.
Morning NorthSudbury potato farmer's develops "fresh fries"Jan 26, 2015 | 7:08In a few weeks, you'll notice a new addition to the packaged salad display... french fries. Gerry Philippe of Valley Growers in Sudbury invented a french fry that doesn't need to be frozen. He took the CBC's Kate Rutherford for a tour of the new plant.
Morning NorthHearing to determine if charges will be laid in Tanner Currie caseJan 26, 2015 | 4:53Tanner Currie alleges he was shoved face first into a window by a Sudbury police constable. Currie's lawyer Trent Falldien will be in court asking that charges be laid. Falldien spoke to the CBC's Olivia Stefanovich about the case.
Morning NorthAnalysis of MNR numbers on last year's spring bear huntJan 26, 2015 | 7:57Mike Commito is is doing his thesis on the history of bear hunting in Ontario. We invited him to join us in studio for some context on the latest numbers released by the Ministry of Natural Resources about last year's bear hunt.
Morning NorthGrowing Old Ungracefully - wisdomJan 26, 2015 | 5:43With age comes wisdom... or does it? Our senior's columnist Benita Hart shares her thoughts on the matter in this edition of Growing Old Ungracefully.