Points NorthDestroying records from the Truth and Reconciliation CommisionAug 8, 2014 | 7:23A recent court decision ruled that the records of testimony from the Truth and Reconciliation Commission will be destroyed after 15 years, unless survivors choose to have them preserved. We spoke to residential school survivor Ed Metatawabin about the dec
Points NorthBob Barker's stance on the spring bear hunt gets lots of commentsFeb 28, 2014 | 9:09Lots of listeners responded to former Price is Right host, Bob Barker's comments against the spring bear hunt.
Points NorthIvan Coyote in Sudbury for Pride WeekJul 17, 2014 | 8:55Ivan Coyote is a storyteller and a transgender person who grew up in Whitehorse. Barry had a conversation about the show Ivan will be performing tonight in Sudbury, and about the question of gender neutrality.
Points NorthCBC Searchlight Contest winners in SudburyJul 25, 2014 | 5:26Calgary-based band Lauren Mann and the Fairly Odd Folk stopped in Sudbury as part of their cross-Canada tour. Lauren came into studio to talk about the success they've found post-Searchlight.
Points NorthhitchBOT in the northeastAug 7, 2014 | 7:06The little hitch-hiking robot is making its way from coast-to-coast - it's in the northeast this week and got picked up by Kenneth Armstrong in the Soo.
Points NorthTeenage rats struggle with stressorsFeb 28, 2014 | 5:26New research presented at Nipissing University in North Bay shows that adolescent rats are more impacted by social stresses than adults.
Points NorthProposed class action lawsuit looking for crown wardsMar 24, 2014 | 4:45Two Ontario law firms are taking another step toward launching a $110 million class action lawsuit against the province.
Points NorthTheatre of the Oppressed to rethink mental healthApr 14, 2014 | 5:22Theatre of the Oppressed participants will perform a scene where there's discrimination and then an audience member will interrupt the scene and correct the issue.
Points NorthMicrobes being used in miningMay 6, 2014 | 4:57The Ontario Genomics Institute hosted a Life Sciences and Mining Workshop looking at how microbes can be used to make the industry more more efficient and environmentally friendly.
Points NorthGirls basketball championships come to SudburyMay 9, 2014 | 5:06For the first time ever, Sudbury is hosting the U-17 Juvenile Girls Basketball Ontario Cup Championships. Sudbury's team is currently ranked third in the province. We talked with the coach and a player from the Sudbury JAM team.
Points NorthJason goes spring bear huntingMay 9, 2014 | 8:24It's the first week of the revived spring bear hunt. Jason spent a day sitting in a tree stand with hunter Ray Smith as he was looking to bag his first bear in the spring since the hunt was cancelled in 1999.