The Morning Edition - K-WTips for students struggling to stay on budget this fallAug 25, 2015 | 6:54College and university students should take a closer look at their budget before heading off to school if they want to avoid running out of money come April, says student financial planner.
The Morning Edition - K-WLocal company hopes to save our solesAug 25, 2015 | 6:20A local company has designed an insole for your fishing boots aimed at protecting your feet. Swenco's Paul Mackie joined Craig Norris this morning with the award-winning product.
The Morning Edition - K-WCBC Parenting columnist shares her experience becoming CanadianAug 26, 2015 | 2:35Our parenting columnist Tenille Bonoguore shares her experience becoming a Canadian citizen last week in Kitchener.
The Morning Edition - K-WKitchener long term care home reducing reliance on antipsychoticsAug 17, 2015 | 8:36Sharon Jackson of Trinity Village joins host Craig Norris to talk about a pilot project aimed at reducing the long term care home's reliance on antipsychotics as a way to manage client behaviour.
The Morning Edition - K-WToo many cooks? Try, not enough.Aug 21, 2015 | 7:31With many jobs to fill, there is a shortage of competent cooks in Waterloo Region. CBC K-W's food columnist, Andrew Coppolino, joins Craig Norris for a behind-the-scenes look at this issue.
The Morning Edition - K-WStratford's Studio Theatre becomes wading pool for Possible Worlds playAug 24, 2015 | 7:07Stratford Festival turns a stage into a wading pool for it's production of Possible Worlds. Director Mitchell Cushman explains all the hoops he had to jump through to make it happen, including special-order shoes!
The Morning Edition - K-WJohn Ibbitson wrote the book on Stephen HarperAug 24, 2015 | 7:16The Globe and Mail's John Ibbitson spent six months as senior fellow at the Centre for International Governance and Innovation, working on his biography of Stephen Harper. He spoke with Craig Norris about it.
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-WGuelph Police link rash of bike thefts to city's meth tradeAug 21, 2015 | 1:03Guelph Police have linked a rash of bike thefts to the city's drug trade after the recent arrest of a gang of five suspected bike thieves on Thursday.
The Morning Edition - K-WDave Ball shares personal story of being diagnosed with early onset Alzheimer'sAug 20, 2015 | 8:24Dave Ball was diagnosed with early onset Alzheimer's in December. We spoke to him about living with the disease and how a Waterloo Region program is helping.
The Morning Edition - K-WSocial media safety 'the new sex talk,' says Guelph University stafferAug 18, 2015 | 8:06The University of Guelph is hosting online behaviour seminars for students, because despite having grown up with digital communication tools and technology many young adults just don't know how to properly use social media.
The Morning Edition - K-WStratford Festival begins season of discoveryJun 1, 2015 | 5:34Eureka moments and how they change us are all part of the Stratford Festival’s season of discovery. Artistic director Antoni Cimolino talks about some of theatre’s biggest “ah-ha!” moments.
The Morning Edition - K-WAnne Frank star Sara Farb draws on family connection to Holocaust in Stratford showJun 29, 2015 | 8:46The Diary of Anne Frank is the most well-known documents of the Jewish experience during the holocaust and is now on stage at Stratford Festival. Actress Sara Farb has a very personal connection to the show: she's the descendant of holocaust survivors.
The Morning Edition - K-WTopless sisters say they were stopped by policeJul 29, 2015 | 7:25Women have had the right to go topless in Ontario for over two decades. But three Kitchener sisters say they were stopped by police Friday for doing just that. Craig Norris spoke with one of them.
The Morning Edition - K-WKate Hennig's The Last Wife has world premiere at Stratford FestivalAug 5, 2015 | 6:55Before beginning previews in late July, no more than 50 people had ever seen Stratford Festival's The Last Wife. Now, the show is almost sold out. Find out why, in this interview with playwrite Kate Hennig.