The Morning Edition - K-WWaterloo researcher links childhood shyness to teenage angstFeb 19, 2015 | 6:56University of Waterloo professor Heather Henderson explains the link between teenage anxiety disorders and early childhood shyness.
The Morning Edition - K-WWhat's best for your child? What's best for your family?Feb 18, 2015 | 8:03Every parent wants to do the best for their child. But what happens when "best for them" clashes with what is best for the family? Our parenting columnist Tenille Bonoguore explores the dilemma.
The Morning Edition - K-WDocumenting the Ontario Mennonite communityFeb 18, 2015 | 7:41Throughout his lifetime, self-taught photographer David Hunsberger took over 5,000 photos of the Ontario Mennonite community. Conrad Grebel University College now has the photos and has put together a new exhibition.
The Morning Edition - K-WBlind Cambridge boy learns to code through Hackademy courseFeb 18, 2015 | 4:51Lucas Brown might be young, and blind, but the 11-year-old from Cambridge is well on his way to becoming a top computer coder, thanks to some help from Kitchener's Hackademy. Hear how he finds his way around cyberspace without a guide.
The Morning Edition - K-WDo you have video footage of Kitchener's Oktoberfest glockenspiel?Feb 17, 2015 | 5:56A company in Cincinnati, Ohio is restoring Kitchener's glockenspiel, but they need your help to get it right. And your home movies could help! They need to see the glockenspiel in action.
The Morning Edition - K-WUniversity of Waterloo grad one step closer to MarsFeb 17, 2015 | 6:31Waterloo's Ben Criger has made the shortlist for Mars One, a one-way mission that intends to establish a permanent human settlement on Mars. He joined us to talk about getting one step further.
The Morning Edition - K-WOntario Health Study looking for volunteers in WaterlooFeb 17, 2015 | 7:10225,000 people in the province are getting involved with one of the most ambitious health studies on Earth known as the Ontario Health Study, and researchers are looking for more participants in Waterloo.
The Morning Edition - K-W"Sensory friendly" movie screeningsFeb 13, 2015 | 7:58Going to the movies can be overwhelming, especially for a child on the autism spectrum. But Cineplex is launching a program aimed at being more "sensory friendly"
The Morning Edition - K-WPredicting 2015's food trendsFeb 13, 2015 | 7:13Several weeks into the new year, our food columnist, Andrew Coppolino, dusts off his crystal ball to see what might be food trends for 2015. (Hint: cauliflower)
The Morning Edition - K-WCambridge woman reveals 72-year-old classified secretFeb 13, 2015 | 6:49A Cambridge woman finally has permission to talk about what she did during the Second World War. Helen Leadbetter's top-secret assignment was recently declassified. She shares her 72-year-old secret with CBC's Melanie Ferrier.
The Morning Edition - K-WWaterloo public health called family daily for signs of Ebola-like symptomsFeb 12, 2015 | 7:22A mother and child living in Waterloo Region, originally from Guinea, have tested negative for Ebola in preliminary testing. Waterloo Public Health explains how they handled the situation.
The Morning Edition - K-WCan Ontario wait 10 years for high-speed rail?Feb 12, 2015 | 8:07The Ontario government says it will have a high speed train running between London and Toronto by 2025. But transit analyst Greg Gormick says the province can't wait that long.
The Morning Edition - K-WThe reality of romance after kidsFeb 11, 2015 | 7:50With Valentine's Day around the corner, our parenting columnist Tenille Bonoguore discusses the reality of romance when you're a mom or dad.
The Morning Edition - K-WUsing Zebra fish in molecular biology researchFeb 11, 2015 | 6:25University of Guelph researchers are replacing their jars of fruit flies with fish tanks. Zebra fish are part of a a growing trend in molecular biology, and you can get them at your local pet store. U of G professor Terry Van Raay explains why.
The Morning Edition - K-WInstalling real grass at Rogers Centre no easy task for the Blue JaysFeb 10, 2015 | 8:18The Toronto Blue Jays have asked the University of Guelph to research whether or not they would be able to install natural grass at Rogers Centre -- something the stadium was never designed for.