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Right to vote would increase patriotism says permanent resident

Kitchener is considering allowing permanent residents to vote in upcoming municipal elections, to increase voter turnout. Anja Kuznetsova says permanent residents like her are deeply invested in Canadian life and deserve the right to vote.

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The Morning Edition - K-W - Financial trouble for Centre in the SquareJul 28, 2014 | 6:40The Morning Edition - K-W Financial trouble for Centre in the Square Audio
The Morning Edition - K-W Financial trouble for Centre in the Square Jul 28, 2014 | 6:40Centre in the Square is $1 million in the red. The CBC's Amanda Grant talks to Kitchener Mayor Carl Zehr about the city's plans for the performing arts centre and how it plans to dig its way out of a fiscal pit.
The Morning Edition - K-W - Mother of man killed by Waterloo Regional police reacts to Iacobucci reportJul 28, 2014 | 8:11The Morning Edition - K-W Mother of man killed by Waterloo Regional police reacts to Iacobucci report Audio
The Morning Edition - K-W Mother of man killed by Waterloo Regional police reacts to Iacobucci report Jul 28, 2014 | 8:11Karyn Greenwood-Graham believes money should be invested in mental health support instead of Tasers. Her son was shot and killed by police in 2007 while he was robbing a pharmacy.
The Morning Edition - K-W - EpiPens not as effective for women and children, need to be redesignedJul 25, 2014 | 7:18The Morning Edition - K-W EpiPens not as effective for women and children, need to be redesigned Audio
The Morning Edition - K-W EpiPens not as effective for women and children, need to be redesigned Jul 25, 2014 | 7:18Two new studies looking at the effectiveness of EpiPens show they need to be modified for women and children. The needle is too short for many women and too long for children. Chief investigator and allergist Dr. Harold Kim explains.
The Morning Edition - K-W - Tasha Marie Smith "could make a celebration out of a bowl of ice cream"Jul 25, 2014 | 10:08The Morning Edition - K-W Tasha Marie Smith "could make a celebration out of a bowl of ice cream" Audio
The Morning Edition - K-W Tasha Marie Smith "could make a celebration out of a bowl of ice cream" Jul 25, 2014 | 10:08Lindy Smith shares heartbreaking memories of her step daughter, Tasha with The Morning Edition host Craig Norris. Tasha Marie Smith's remains were found in the Grand River after she disappeared in 2010.
The Morning Edition - K-W - How to build a better noodleJul 25, 2014 | 5:37The Morning Edition - K-W How to build a better noodle Audio
The Morning Edition - K-W How to build a better noodle Jul 25, 2014 | 5:37We'd all like to eat better, but sometimes taste and texture get in the way. The Morning Edition spoke to Guelph researcher Jayne Bock, who's found a way to make whole wheat pasta a little more palatable.
The Morning Edition - K-W - Langdon Hall celebrates 25  yearsJul 25, 2014 | 6:42The Morning Edition - K-W Langdon Hall celebrates 25 years Audio
The Morning Edition - K-W Langdon Hall celebrates 25 years Jul 25, 2014 | 6:42In 1989, William Bennett and Mary Beaton opened Langdon Hall. In the ensuing 25 years it has become known around the world, and now has many stories to tell. Mary shares some with The Morning Edition.
The Morning Edition - K-W - What's new in Waterloo Region's dining scene?Jul 25, 2014 | 7:32The Morning Edition - K-W What's new in Waterloo Region's dining scene? Audio
The Morning Edition - K-W What's new in Waterloo Region's dining scene? Jul 25, 2014 | 7:32The Waterloo Region restaurant scene has scene new additions for food and beverage and changes and makeovers of existing businesses. Andrew Coppolino gives us his "News & Views."
The Morning Edition - K-W - A strategy for an aging WaterlooJul 24, 2014 | 5:46The Morning Edition - K-W A strategy for an aging Waterloo Audio
The Morning Edition - K-W A strategy for an aging Waterloo Jul 24, 2014 | 5:46The City of Waterloo is working on a five-year strategy to deal with a rapidly growing population of people who are 55 plus. The Morning Edition spoke to Beth Rajnovich, a policy and performance analyst with the city.
The Morning Edition - K-W - Are you a 'snowplow' parent?Jul 23, 2014 | 7:09The Morning Edition - K-W Are you a 'snowplow' parent? Audio
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The Morning Edition - K-W Bus Minus Jul 23, 2014 | 5:16The Guelph Transit lockout is into its third day and residents are having to find alternative ways to get to work. The CBC's Amanda Grant speaks to the riders who no longer have a ride.
The Morning Edition - K-W - Milton gives $50M gift to Wilfrid Laurier University for new campusJul 23, 2014 | 7:27The Morning Edition - K-W Milton gives $50M gift to Wilfrid Laurier University for new campus Audio
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The Morning Edition - K-W - No end in sight to Guelph Transit lockout, says cityJul 22, 2014 | 7:26The Morning Edition - K-W No end in sight to Guelph Transit lockout, says city Audio
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The Morning Edition - K-W - Challenging gender stereotypes in the agriculture industryJul 21, 2014 | 7:16The Morning Edition - K-W Challenging gender stereotypes in the agriculture industry Audio
The Morning Edition - K-W Challenging gender stereotypes in the agriculture industry Jul 21, 2014 | 7:16Ruth Klahsen and Susan McDonough say it's been difficult to break into the agricultural industry because in a challenging business, they have the added disadvantage of being women.
The Morning Edition - K-W - Guelph locks out transit employees after workers reject offerJul 21, 2014 | 6:33The Morning Edition - K-W Guelph locks out transit employees after workers reject offer Audio
The Morning Edition - K-W Guelph locks out transit employees after workers reject offer Jul 21, 2014 | 6:33Guelph has locked out its transit employees after Amalgamated Transit Union Local 1189 voted overwhelmingly to reject the city's latest offer. Guelph Mercury columnist Scott Tracey provides his analysis.

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