The Morning Edition - K-WWaterloo Region's 'food hubs'Nov 21, 2014 | 6:14While much of th region's growth has come via our tech sector, it's time to consider entrepreneurial and cultural development opportunities when it comes to food, eating and restaurants. Andrew Coppolino explains.
The Morning Edition - K-WGuelph MPP Liz Sandals avoids reportersNov 20, 2014 | 7:36The last week at Queen's Park has been a rough one for Guelph MPP and Education Minister Liz Sandals. CBC's provincial affairs specialist Robert Fisher explains why.
The Morning Edition - K-WCMHA contract vote passes, but narrow margin shows mental health workers are dividedNov 20, 2014 | 5:16Mental health workers have averted a possible strike at the Waterloo Wellington Dufferin chapter of the Canadian Mental Health Association -- but only by 5 votes, which shows how divided the workforce remains, says union local president Ruth Linnen.
The Morning Edition - K-WWaterloo-Wellington mental health workers to vote on contractNov 19, 2014 | 5:43Today, mental health workers in Waterloo-Wellington will be voting whether or not to accept the final contract offer from our local division of the Canadian Mental Health Association. CBC's Amanda Grant reports.
The Morning Edition - K-WRobots could save Ontario's greenhouse industry, says researcherNov 19, 2014 | 7:44University of Guelph researcher Medhat Moussa has been developing greenhouse robots, which he says could save Ontario's greenhouse industry. The industry is struggling as it faces stiff international competition due to cheap labour in places like Mexico.
The Morning Edition - K-WCaptain of my soleNov 19, 2014 | 3:09Footwear safety manufacturer Swenco Limited is treading on new grounds now that Europe's safety authority has given the Waterloo company the green light to sell its products in Europe.
The Morning Edition - K-WThomas King wins Governor General's Award for fictionNov 19, 2014 | 6:5871-year-old Guelph author Thomas King has bagged the Governor General's Award for fiction, one of Canada's most prestigious literary prizes, for his novel "The Back of the Turtle."
The Morning Edition - K-WUniversity of Waterloo researcher wins prestigious Polanyi PrizeNov 19, 2014 | 2:31Eduardo Martin-Martinez is one of two University of Waterloo researchers to win a Polanyi Prize this year. Here he describes the massive, magical and weird world he's trying to navigate.
The Morning Edition - K-WGuelph Liberal MP Frank Valeriote will not run in Federal 2015 electionNov 17, 2014 | 7:31After separating from his wife this past spring, Liberal Guelph MP Frank Valeriote says he is stepping back from federal politics, and wants to refocus on what matters most: his kids.
The Morning Edition - K-WBitcoin going 'mainstream'?Nov 17, 2014 | 7:01Tinkercoin's Trevor Creech weighs in on what he thinks we should expect from the Bank of Canada's statement that they're looking into issuing digital currency.
The Morning Edition - K-WSummer 2014: The Summer of the Food Truck?Nov 14, 2014 | 6:40With winter on the way, it's a good time to look back and learn how food truckers did this past summer and what we might expect will be rolling out next year. Food columnist, Andrew Coppolino weighs in.
The Morning Edition - K-WSinging doctor Andrew-Jaja serenades the babies he deliversNov 14, 2014 | 7:22Dr. Andrew-Jaja says he sings in the delivery room because it lifts people's spirits and ensures a positive environment when a baby is born. He's in Waterloo for the Music Care Conference, focusing on caregivers and musical therapy.
The Morning Edition - K-WKWMP cast of The Drowsy Chaperone get crash course in tap dancingNov 12, 2014 | 3:47Cast members took on tap dancing for their latest production, The Drowsy Chaperone, something most of them had never done before. Jackie Sharkey stopped by tap rehearsal and spoke with cast members including Tristan Pilcher and Trevor Middleton.
The Morning Edition - K-WGuelph's Dorothy Scott shares WW2 memoriesNov 11, 2014 | 8:17As a Canadian living in England, Dorothy Scott enlisted in the Royal Air Force and was assigned to Cornwall, where she spent the duration of the Second World War. Craig Norris visited her in her home for a chat.