The Morning Edition - K-W | Jun 9, 2014 | 6:49

Closing arguments begin in Michael Sona's robocalls trial

The trial of former Conservative staffer Micheal Sona has revealed some intriguing new details about misleading robocalls during the 2011 federal election. But as both sides head into closing arguments Monday, many questions remain.

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The Morning Edition - K-W - High school students make superhero capes for kids battling cancerNov 26, 2014 | 5:16The Morning Edition - K-W High school students make superhero capes for kids battling cancer Audio
The Morning Edition - K-W High school students make superhero capes for kids battling cancer Nov 26, 2014 | 5:16Students at Centre Wellington District High School in Fergus are helping children fighting cancer feel invincible. That's thanks to the Kick it Capes project, providing kids with superhero capes.
The Morning Edition - K-W - Seeds of discontentNov 26, 2014 | 9:19The Morning Edition - K-W Seeds of discontent Audio
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The Morning Edition - K-W - New Ontario flavoured tobacco laws would be most comprehensive ban in CanadaNov 25, 2014 | 7:17The Morning Edition - K-W New Ontario flavoured tobacco laws would be most comprehensive ban in Canada Audio
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The Morning Edition - K-W - New research into youth radicalizationNov 25, 2014 | 4:01The Morning Edition - K-W New research into youth radicalization Audio
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The Morning Edition - K-W - Food package sizes shrink, prices do notNov 24, 2014 | 6:42The Morning Edition - K-W Food package sizes shrink, prices do not Audio
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