The Morning Edition - K-WTwo Elora men to go on South Pole ski tripFeb 24, 2014 | 8:48Jon Ralston and Ian Evans are planning the ski trip of a lifetime. They will spend two months skiing across Antarctica in -30 to -50 temperatures.
The Morning Edition - K-WThrift shops experiencing tough timesFeb 24, 2014 | 5:16Sales and donations at thrift shops around Waterloo Region are down. The cold weather is believed to be the main reason. Carla Richards, who runs a thrift shop in New Hamburg, came on The Morning Edition to share how her store is getting by.
The Morning Edition - K-WThe science of leftoversFeb 21, 2014 | 7:17there are some scientific reasons why leftovers may be very good tasting. Even better than the original dish. Our food columnist Andrew Coppolino explains.
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.
The Morning Edition - K-WAlmost half of Toyota workers in Cambridge and Woodstock want to unionizeFeb 20, 2014 | 6:32Almost half the 7,000 Toyota employees at plants in Cambridge and Woodstock have signed union cards. They want better job security and benefits. Though unionization attempts have failed in the past, Unifor's John Aman believes this time, it will work.
The Morning Edition - K-WMPP's back in session at Queen's ParkFeb 20, 2014 | 7:13After a winter break, MPP's are back in session at Queen's Park. The CBC's provincial affairs specialist Robert Fisher weighs in on what we can expect, and whether a spring election will take place.
The Morning Edition - K-WFeeling the birthday party pressure?Feb 19, 2014 | 7:09Children's birthday parties have gone from glorified play-dates to over-the-top extravaganzas. Our parenting columnist Tenille Bonoguore is here to ask: How far should parents go to celebrate?
The Morning Edition - K-WOlympic hockey history has local connectionFeb 19, 2014 | 6:45Jack McKenzie was the captain of the 1956 Kitchener-Waterloo Dutchmen team that went on to the Olympics to represent Canada. Hear his story, in his own words.
The Morning Edition - K-WKeep your basement from flooding during spring thaw and snowmeltFeb 19, 2014 | 5:49With warmer temperatures and rain in the forecast, there's a high likelihood basements will flood in Waterloo Region. Kitchener's Mike Seiling says residents should remove excess snow from their roofs and around their homes.
The Morning Edition - K-WDemand for 'shabby chic' office space in Waterloo RegionFeb 19, 2014 | 6:39Recently, Google announced it would be leasing space in the Breithaupt Block. Benjamin Bach with Cushman Wakefield Waterloo Region came on The Morning Edition to explain what this means for other tech firms looking for older workspaces.
The Morning Edition - K-WRoll up the rim to...give?Feb 18, 2014 | 4:33Hear how one local woman is using the iconic Tim Horton's contest as a way to help the region's homeless. Find out how you can get involved, too.
The Morning Edition - K-WHuge snowpack could mean severe flooding for Waterloo RegionFeb 18, 2014 | 5:55This winter has been one of the snowiest since the 1970s, and there is significant ice in the Grand River. This could mean severe flooding for people in low-lying areas. The GRCA's Cam Linwood says our best hope is a slow thaw.
The Morning Edition - K-WEat, Pray, Love..and eatFeb 14, 2014 | 6:40How do you spell "love"? Our food columnist, Andrew Coppolino, spells it "F-O-O-D." He explores the many ways that love and food intersect.
The Morning Edition - K-WGoogle pushes for all-day two-way GOFeb 14, 2014 | 6:52Google's director of engineering in charge of Kitchener operations, Steven Woods says a two-way, all day, commuter rail link between Kitchener and Toronto would help companies retain top talent and spur greater economic growth.
The Morning Edition - K-WWaterloo doctor questions safety of igloosFeb 14, 2014 | 4:41As igloos have been popping up around the region, Dr. Terry Polevoy of Waterloo says he is concerned about safety issues surrounding them which he believes have not been addressed.