The Morning Edition - K-WNew EpiPen app could save your life, developer saysJan 14, 2015 | 7:04Aterica CEO Alex Leyn talks to host Craig Norris about an app his company has developed, which will track a person's EpiPen so that they don't have to search for it in an emergency.
The Morning Edition - K-W13 students get a taste of personalized educationJan 14, 2015 | 6:56Student Jessica Hannah joins host Craig Norris to talk about her first week in the inaugural Community Integration through Co-operative Education program at Conestoga College.
The Morning Edition - K-WParents should embrace Ontario's new sex-ed curriculumJan 14, 2015 | 7:33Our parenting columnist Tenille Bonoguore explains why she thinks parents should welcome the addition of "consent" to Ontario's updated sex-ed curriculum.
The Morning Edition - K-WTarget closures good news for investors, says economistJan 16, 2015 | 7:15Local economist Bradley Ruffle examines Target's decision to close its Canadian stores and explains why the move is being praised by some shareholders.
The Morning Edition - K-WGender equality lessons for boysOct 15, 2014 | 8:36How important is it for parents of boys to know about feminism? We probe the issue with our parenting columnist, Tenille Bonoguore.
The Morning Edition - K-WWaterloo shop sells rare Gibson guitarJan 13, 2015 | 7:54Remarkable things can be found in the most unlikely places. At least that's how it happened for Mark Stutman, owner of Folkway Music in Waterloo and Guelph. Hear his story of acquiring a very rare guitar.
The Morning Edition - K-WDivesting from fossil fuel investmentsJan 15, 2015 | 9:00A local group wants institutions to take a long, hard look at what their money is invested in. Divest Waterloo says investments in fossil fuel companies are not only bad for the environment, but also bad for the pocketbook.
The Morning Edition - K-W2014 colder than normal for Waterloo Region, says researcherJan 12, 2015 | 7:57Frank Seglenieks, head of the University of Waterloo weather station, joins host Craig Norris to talk about the weather that was and the weather that is yet to come.
The Morning Edition - K-WBitter might be betterJan 16, 2015 | 7:18The Morning Edition's food columnist, Andrew Coppolino, weighs in on the resurgence of 'bitter' foods in our diet and the interesting theories on why sweentess has taken over. Is it evolutionary?
The Morning Edition - K-W$5 million Linamar investment good news for Ontario manufacturersJan 13, 2015 | 7:12Wilfrid Laurier professor Hamid Noori explains how an investment in Guelph manufacturing giant Linamar is good news for the rest of manufacturers in Ontario.
The Morning Edition - K-WSchool snack program feeds hungry kidsJan 7, 2015 | 6:48Kindergarten teacher Anne Campbell and Grade 5 student Isata Mansaray tell host Craig Norris about a new snack program at Forest Hill Public School in Kitchener.
The Morning Edition - K-WFlash Waterloo RegionDec 29, 2014 | 6:49Tony Reinhart is organizing a photography event at Kitchener's Communitech on January 23. He explains how local photographers can get paid to put their work on public display.
The Morning Edition - K-WVidyard gets $18M from US-based Bessemer Venture PartnersJan 15, 2015 | 8:44Vidyard founder Michael Litt joins host Craig Norris to explain how an $18 million investment will help his company grow from a workforce of 60 people to 150.
The Morning Edition - K-WEarly-onset dementia: A local family's storyOct 15, 2014 | 7:20Dementia is often thought of as an "old-persons" disease. But, Sunnyside Seniors Services says the disease affects at least 1 thousand adults in the region, under the age of 65. Waterloo's Sharon Schnarr shares her story.
The Morning Edition - K-WFormer Waterloo mayor Brenda Halloran's story of survivalJan 8, 2015 | 3:11At last night's fundraiser, Voices Carry, Brenda Halloran spoke to a crowd of 300 people about her experience with assault. Before that speech, she told her story to CBC News.