The Morning Edition - K-WHigh school students make superhero capes for kids battling cancerNov 26, 2014 | 5:16Students at Centre Wellington District High School in Fergus are helping children fighting cancer feel invincible. That's thanks to the Kick it Capes project, providing kids with superhero capes.
The Morning Edition - K-W"The Order"Nov 24, 2014 | 7:43"The Order" is a new bar that aims to provide a safe and inclusive space to Waterloo's LGBT community. Bar co-owner Rami Said explains why he thinks the venue will fill a social gap.
The Morning Edition - K-WRookie MPP Daiene Vernile learning the ropesJun 24, 2014 | 6:31Starting a new job can be daunting. Kitchener-Centre's new Liberal MPP, Daiene Vernile, says that her history as a journalist is helping in her transition. But there are still some surprises.
The Morning Edition - K-WFetal alcohol disorder largely undiagnosed in Ontario, says neuropsychologistSep 23, 2014 | 6:59Experts believe there are far more people living with fetal alcohol spectrum disorder than statistics suggest, because there are just 9 places in the province where it is diagnosed, free of charge. Neuropsychologist Dr. Louise Scott explains.
The Morning Edition - K-W'Extreme' weather now the norm, and Feds need to step up, says Waterloo professorNov 24, 2014 | 7:51Jason Thistlethwaite says 'extreme' weather events are becoming the norm and it's on the federal government to give municipalities more money for infrastructure development on outdated stormwater management systems.
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-WNew Ontario flavoured tobacco laws would be most comprehensive ban in CanadaNov 25, 2014 | 7:17New legislation proposed by the Government of Ontario would ban flavoured tobacco, including menthol cigarettes, chewing tobacco and cigars. Researcher David Hammond says it could be one of the most comprehensive bans on flavoured tobacco in the country.
The Morning Edition - K-WThis season's hottest toysNov 26, 2014 | 7:32In less than a month, eager hands will rip into their gifts. Our parenting columnist Tenille Bonoguore tells us what toys are hot this year, and how local shoppers are a bit different when it comes to playtime.
The Morning Edition - K-WFood package sizes shrink, prices do notNov 24, 2014 | 6:42University of Guelph's Sylvain Charlebois says food companies continue to reduce the amount of food that's in packages to save money, and consumers are reluctant to pay higher prices for food.
The Morning Edition - K-WA breakthrough cancer treatmentSep 24, 2013 | 8:56Kitchener mom Delaney Janhunen and oncologist Dr. Sunil Verma talk about a clinical trial at Sunnybrook Hospital in Toronto treating HER2 positive breast cancer without hair loss.
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-WThe "Dirty Dozen" and "Clean 15" rate pesticides on our fruits, vegetablesJul 11, 2014 | 6:55Our food columnist, Andrew Coppolino, discusses one environmental group's "Shopping Guide." It's meant to inform consumers about how their fruits and vegetables stack up when it comes to pesticide tests.
The Morning Edition - K-WHighest ever number of women enrolled in engineering at University of WaterlooNov 7, 2014 | 6:24There are 450 women enrolled in first-year engineering programs at the University of Waterloo, more than ever before. Associate Dean of Outreach Mary Wells explains how the university is getting women interested in the traditionally male-dominated field.
The Morning Edition - K-WCanada is facing a serious geriatrician shortageJan 6, 2014 | 8:25University of Waterloo's Dr. George Heckman says a critical shortage of geriatricians is sweeping across the country...and it's all because of a PR problem.
The Morning Edition - K-WKeeping kids out of online pornSep 26, 2014 | 6:36Following a provincewide crackdown on child pornography, OPP Inspector Scott Naylor says that kids need to be given the tools to protect themselves from being exploited by online predators.