The Morning Edition - K-WTopless sisters say they were stopped by policeJul 29, 2015 | 7:25Women have had the right to go topless in Ontario for over two decades. But three Kitchener sisters say they were stopped by police Friday for doing just that. Craig Norris spoke with one of them.
The Morning Edition - K-WAn officer's best friendJul 28, 2015 | 8:59After 8 years on the force, a Guelph Police dog named Nitro has died after a battle with cancer. Nitro was both colleague and friend to Constable Neil Moulton, who told his story to Craig Norris.
The Morning Edition - K-WUber driver explains why he signed up to drive in Waterloo RegionJul 27, 2015 | 6:19Uber surprised many when when it launched its ride share service last week. We wanted to see what the fuss was about. So, we took a ride and had a chat with the driver.
The Morning Edition - K-WA nice surprise for Hillside Festival cyclistsJul 24, 2015 | 1:41Eight-hundred cyclists make their way to Hillside Music Festival every year. And this weekend, there's a special surprise in store for them. Guelph city councillor Phil Allt explains what it is.
The Morning Edition - K-WPass the cevap, pleaseJul 24, 2015 | 8:02Food columnist, Andrew Coppolino, takes a look at the oft-overlooked food of eastern Europe. Then, a rundown of this weekend's Serbian Food Festival.
The Morning Edition - K-WProvince hopes to limit courthouse protests with Kitchener trespassing trialJul 30, 2015 | 6:09What began as a $65 trespassing ticket, has turned into a full-fledged trial in Kitchener over Freedom of Expression. Two years ago Joey Hartman and Mark Corbiere were arrested for handing out flyers on the courthouse steps. Lawyer Davin Charney explains.
The Morning Edition - K-WKitchener Waterloo taxi drivers react to Uber's launchJul 24, 2015 | 9:29Uber launched its ridesharing service in Waterloo Region and Guelph Thursday. The company says it has several hundred drivers vetted and ready to hit the streets -- but cab drivers aren't pleased with the news.
The Morning Edition - K-WUber drivers will be fined until new Waterloo Region taxi bylaws draftedJul 28, 2015 | 9:36Jane Mitchell says Uber drivers will face penalties under the region's taxi bylaws until new regulations are drawn up because they are offering a dispatch and ride service, like taxis.
The Morning Edition - K-WDirt, the final frontier?Jul 30, 2015 | 7:21There's a NASA satellite called SMAP circling the globe, taking pictures every couple of days. It's spying on your dirt. Literally. University of Guelph researcher, Aaron Berg, tells Craig Norris why.
The Morning Edition - K-WGuelph father of 8-year-old girl reacts to city's review of topless pool policyJun 25, 2015 | 7:27Cory McLean and his wife are celebrating Guelph's decision to suspend and review its bathing suit policy. The McLeans' eight-year-old daughter took her shirt off at a public wading pool last weekend -- and was told by staff to cover up.
The Morning Edition - K-WTom Muclair tours southern OntarioJul 24, 2015 | 8:19Federal NDP leader Tom Mulcair visits Waterloo Region for the second time in less than a week during an eight-day pre-election tour with stops in Cambridge, Windsor, Hamilton, London and Waterloo.
The Morning Edition - K-WPop-up produce store in Kitchener tests the waters for a downtown grocerJul 24, 2015 | 6:34Jordan Dolson says more fresh local produce options should be made available in downtown Kitchener because the quality is better and the options are few. She plans to be open August-December, but hopes to extend the lease if business is good.
The Morning Edition - K-WGo behind the scenes of Stratford Festival's costuming departmentJul 27, 2015 | 6:04A small army is responsible for designing and creating the ornate costumes for Stratford Festival's Love's Labour's Lost. CBC Kitchener-Waterloo sat in on an exclusive final fitting, as the show's cast readied for previews.
The Morning Edition - K-WWhy Waterloo's re-branding will include a focus on KitchenerJul 14, 2015 | 8:47Brand consultant Amanda Downey suggests Waterloo should look beyond its city boundaries and leverage the strengths of both Kitchener and Waterloo to develop the latter city's brand.
The Morning Edition - K-WKitchener likely reluctant to step in at 48 Weber, says tenancy lawyerJul 15, 2015 | 9:11Lawyer Joe Hoffer says there is no legal reason why the city couldn't have stepped in sooner at a downtown apartment building declared unfit for human habitation. The building at 48 Weber was boarded up and evacuated by emergency order on Monday.