The Morning Edition - K-WCouncillor says Waterloo Costco will cause intense traffic problemsApr 7, 2014 | 6:44Costco wants to put a major store development, strip mall and gas bar near the Region of Waterloo landfill on Erb Street. Waterloo City Council will vote Monday, but councillor Angela Vieth says she can't support the development.
The Morning Edition - K-WGroceries getting more expensiveApr 7, 2014 | 6:04For a look at why you can expect to pay for food in the coming months we've reached Michael von Massow. He's an Assistant Professor in the college of management and economics of University Guelph.
The Morning Edition - K-WGeese mapping at University of WaterlooApr 7, 2014 | 5:01Nesting season season is upon us, and along with it, a whole pack of protective, potentially aggressive geese. But now it's easier than ever to take evasive action. James McCarthy works for the university and has come up with a solution.
The Morning Edition - K-WWaterloo Region welcomes maple syrup seasonApr 4, 2014 | 6:28Maple syrup time is here. It's the first agricultural crop of the year. Our food columnist, Andrew Coppolino, tells us more about this golden elixir.
The Morning Edition - K-WSupport sought for Clark Harris, infant with rare brain disorderApr 4, 2014 | 8:45Heather Harris' son Clark is nine months old, with bright blue eyes and spiky blond hair, and there's a good chance he won't live to see his tenth birthday because of a rare disorder.
The Morning Edition - K-WFocusing on Waterloo Region's independent film industryApr 3, 2014 | 6:48When Duncan Finnigan formed the group, '12 Angry Filmmakers,' he had no idea just how vibrant the indie film community was in Waterloo Region. The group has grown to be a welcoming, collaborative collective..with dozens of members.
The Morning Edition - K-WAward-winning app helps new immigrants move where the jobs areApr 3, 2014 | 6:18The federal government has awarded Carlos Saavedra and Jason Ernst, from University of Waterloo and University of Guelph, $25,000 to develop their newRoots app, which helps new immigrants pick where to settle down based on the available jobs.
The Morning Edition - K-WWaterloo professpr designs floating houses that can weather floodsApr 3, 2014 | 8:30University of Waterloo professor Elizabeth English has designed an amphibious house floats up with rising flood waters and then settle back down onto their foundations when the water recedes.
The Morning Edition - K-WAutism: One local family's storyApr 2, 2014 | 6:20Parenting columnist, Tenille Bonoguore, introduces us to K-W's Van Heiningen family. Their son, Sebastian, is autistic. The challenges are many, including waiting lists for treatment services. Hear how they're coping.
The Morning Edition - K-WCould unionizing have negative impact on Toyota's future in OntarioApr 1, 2014 | 7:39Auto industry analyst and University of Windsor professor, Tony Faria, says while investment in Toyota's Cambridge and Woodstock plants could slow down, there is "no chance" that they would close outright.
The Morning Edition - K-WVeteran Toyota employee wants to unionize over ergonomic concernsApr 1, 2014 | 8:066500 Toyota employees will vote whether or not to join Unifor, but it's not about compensation or benefits, it's about temporary workers and ergonomic concerns says Carrie-Ann Ostrom who has been a Toyota employee for 11 years.
The Morning Edition - K-WHow do we best use technology to teach young students?Apr 1, 2014 | 8:58As a society, we're entering a technological landscape that was once only possible in science fiction. One question this is raising is how we should teach children to use it. Annie Kidder of People for Education came on The Morning Edition to explore the
The Morning Edition - K-WThe Lucky Iron Fish: Local invention, global impactMar 31, 2014 | 8:06A Guelph initiative has caught the eye of former US president Bill Clinton. Meet the University of Guelph student who spearheaded The Lucky Iron Fish project.
The Morning Edition - K-WWhy a 2.99% 5-year fixed mortgage may not be such a good dealMar 31, 2014 | 8:45Kitchener mortgage broker Tracey Bennett says home buyers should beware a trend of ultra-low 2.99 per cent 5-year fixed rate mortgages because they often come with high restrictions that mean money saved might not be worth it in the long run.
The Morning Edition - K-WBlackBerry down but not outMar 31, 2014 | 6:50Sales of BlackBerry smartphones continue to slide, but the company under CEO John Chen isn't through yet. Craig Norris speaks to technology analyst Carmi Levy about what the future holds for the smartphone maker.