The Morning Edition - K-WConestoga College to expand in GuelphFeb 27, 2014 | 7:17Guelph city councillors have endorsed a multi-million dollar project for Baker Street which would include a campus for Conestoga College. Conestoga President John Tibbits was on The Morning Edition to explain how this would benefit the school and the comm
The Morning Edition - K-WMost OPP members will end up on Ontario's 'sunshine list' after 2014 pay raiseJan 10, 2014 | 8:38Ontario Provincial Police officers are getting an 8.5 per cent pay hike this year, meaning a first-class constable will make $94,000, up from $84,000. That will put most officers on Ontario's "sunshine list" says the police union's Jim Christie.
The Morning Edition - K-WFor UW prof, Ukraine crisis hits close to homeMar 4, 2014 | 7:50University of Waterloo's John Jaworksy offers a unique perspective on the crisis in Ukraine. He is not only a political science professor, he is a member of the local Ukrainian community. He shares his insights, and what he's hearing from friends in that
The Morning Edition - K-WFeathers of HopeMar 7, 2014 | 8:30Laurier First Nations students Shawn Johnston and Rachael Simon talk about the Feathers of Hope report that details the hopes and struggles of Aboriginal youth in Northern Ontario.
The Morning Edition - K-WIs technology rewiring kids' brains?Feb 24, 2014 | 7:10We know screen time is affecting kids physically by making them less active, but less is known about what all that screen time is doing to their brains. CBC National Health reporter Pauline Dakin shares how tech alters kids' brains.
The Morning Edition - K-WKitchener-Centre MPP John Milloy packs it inMar 3, 2014 | 7:34John Milloy says he's fought hard to give Kitchener residents a voice in provincial politics, but the Kitchener-Centre Liberal MPP is about to step away from the fight. He tells us why, and what's next for him and his party.
The Morning Edition - K-WMoore-Towers and Moscovitch, ready for OlympicsJan 27, 2014 | 7:37Pairs figure skaters Kirsten Moore-Towers and Dylan Moscovitch train here in Waterloo Region, at RIM Park. They'll be boarding a plane to Sochi in just a few days. They took some time to chat with CBC K-W.
The Morning Edition - K-WWaterloo Region: craft beer hubMar 7, 2014 | 6:42Craft beers are the darling of the food and beverage industry, and they have made the big brewers take notice, including here in Waterloo Region. CBC K-W food columnist, Andrew Coppolino, explores.
The Morning Edition - K-WThe Bitcoin DealerJan 20, 2014 | 5:15Our reporter Matthew Kang uncovered a local network of Bitcoin trading in Waterloo Region and found out why more people are investing in the virtual currency.
The Morning Edition - K-WWaterloo insurer explains if reduced car insurance fraud will save you moneyMar 5, 2014 | 9:39Ontario's Liberal government says you will soon be paying less for your car insurance. Yesterday the government announced new proposals to crack down on insurance fraud, but Michael Brattman of Erb and Erb isn't so sure. He explains why.
The Morning Edition - K-WTeaching teachers to teach mathSep 19, 2013 | 10:29For the third year in a row, EQAO tests show fewer Waterloo elementary students are making the grade in math. Donna Kotsopoulos, a professor of math education at Wilfrid Laurier, says now is the time to improve training for teachers.
The Morning Edition - K-WA new hope for Parkinson's patientsFeb 13, 2014 | 7:00Dr. Mandar Jog has designed a device to help end Parkinson's tremors and along with Jack Lee is trying to get the device approved and in hospitals.
The Morning Edition - K-WAboriginal opera to be performed at LaurierFeb 28, 2014 | 4:50A group of Laurier students is set to perform a very unique and very Canadian opera. It's the story of a one hundred and 50-year-old Aboriginal woman and her son in Northeastern Ontario. It's written in three languages, English, French and Anishnaabemowin
The Morning Edition - K-WInvestors from Canada, U.S. and beyond interested in BlackBerry propertiesJan 23, 2014 | 7:53Property investors from Canada, the United States and beyond have expressed interest in BlackBerry's Waterloo buildings, says Karl Innanen of Colliers International. He estimates they are worth $300-350 million.
The Morning Edition - K-WBlackBerry toughens upFeb 20, 2014 | 5:54John Chen is not amused. The BlackBerry CEO fired off a public post expressing outrage after US carrier T-Mobile offered an iPhone upgrade to BlackBerry customers. Tech analyst Carmi Levy weighs in.