The Morning Edition - K-WSmall Communities Fund will buy Woolwich sewer and road upgradesAug 20, 2014 | 6:50Woolwich Township mayor Todd Cowan says his community needs more than $60 million in infrastructure repairs and plans to make good use of a new $100 million small communities fund set up by the Ontario Government this week.
The Morning Edition - K-W'Hi, I'm Abbey, and I have a metal leg...'Aug 19, 2014 | 3:14Athletics Canada was at University of Guelph, holding a demo day to raise awareness and attract future para-athletes to track-and-field.
Josh Van Duzer was there with his twin daughters, Abbey and Grace.
The Morning Edition - K-WKW Out of the Cold served a purpose, time for something new says YWCA CEOAug 19, 2014 | 8:20Elizabeth Clarke says the fact that churches are pulling out of Kitchener Waterloo's Out of the Cold program is a good sign, because it means volunteers and churches don't need to fill the gap like before.
The Morning Edition - K-WGuelph humanitarian worker travels to disaster zones with 6-year-old sonAug 19, 2014 | 5:58August 19 marks World Humanitarian Day. It's a day to honour people around the world who devote their time to help others in need. One of them is Lindsay Gladding of Guelph, who has gone to a number of conflict and disaster zones with her six-year-old whi
The Morning Edition - K-WTomato harvest smaller says farmer due to cool temperatures in Waterloo RegionAug 18, 2014 | 8:30Corn isn't maturing and tomatoes not ripening as they should in Waterloo Region, due to cooler temperatures than expected this summer. And the lower yields means Nathan Klassen of Nith Valley Organics is losing money.
The Morning Edition - K-WUW summer camp for women entrepreneursAug 18, 2014 | 6:25Beth Nenninger and Laura Austin are giving a design presentation at the University of Waterloo's Engineering and Entrepreneurship camp, because they want to see more women entrepreneurs in the field.
The Morning Edition - K-WWaterloo son surprises mom with her dream carAug 18, 2014 | 8:05It's an act of kindness caught on camera that's captured the hearts of millions online. The video has been viewed more than 3.7 Million times. Corey and Joanie Wadden joined The Morning Edition for a chat.
The Morning Edition - K-WAthletics Canada hosts 'Give It A Try' in Guelph to boost awareness of para-athletesAug 18, 2014 | 7:34Athletics Canada will be hosting 'Give It A Try' in Guelph on Monday to let people try Paralympic track and field sports. Kayla Cornale, who is responsible for developing talent for Athletics Canada, came on The Morning Edition to explain how it all works
The Morning Edition - K-WShakespeare's First Folio on display in StratfordAug 15, 2014 | 7:34Shakespeare's First Folio, which contained many of the playwright's famous works, is on display at the Stratford Museum this weekend. The museum's manager, John Kastner, explained the significance of this centuries old document.
The Morning Edition - K-WDesire2Learn growing, wants to add jobs and invest in Waterloo RegionAug 15, 2014 | 6:58Thanks to $85 million in venture capital, local company Desire 2 Learn is ready to grow. The company builds educational software used by schools, colleges and universities and businesses. CEO John Baker details his plans.
The Morning Edition - K-WFood waste is a systemic problemAug 15, 2014 | 7:26In Waterloo Region, we are lucky that food is in abundance. But it is worthwhile to consider how much precious food is wasted on a daily basis in our food system. Andrew Coppolino weighs in.
The Morning Edition - K-WKiller robots will remain off limits for Kitchener's Clearpath RoboticsAug 15, 2014 | 5:31Clearpath Robotics, which makes unmanned ground, air and water vehicles, joined Human Rights Watch in a pledge to not develop killer robots, also known as autonomous weaponized robots.
The Morning Edition - K-WKitchener production of Carrie gets at the quiet side of bullyingAug 14, 2014 | 8:23The Singer's Theatre youth production of Carrie: The musical takes the story beyond the classic tale of a taunted teenager with telekinetic powers, dealing with overt and subtle forms of bullying. Actors Caroline Wiechers and Queen Hezunuryango explain.
The Morning Edition - K-WControlling dandelions without chemicalsAug 14, 2014 | 7:36Sick of mowing your lawn twice a week, just to cut down on dandelions?
Meet a local group that's developing a biological herbicide that feeds your lawn and kills off weeds.
The Morning Edition - K-WWhy algae blooms are dangerous for Lake ErieAug 14, 2014 | 8:03Tony Maas with Freshwater Future explains why a new report by his organization and Environmental Defence Canada is sounding the alarm about algae in Lake Erie.