Windsor MorningOpioid Abuse in Windsor: NewbornsSep 3, 2015 | 9:20Some of the people dealing with addictions to painkillers are very young. As we continue our exclusive series on opioid abuse, Peter Duck examined how this growing problem is affecting newborn babies in Windsor-Essex.
Central MorningBonavista Residents React to CNA Moving Part of a Course's Requirements to Stephenville CampusSep 3, 2015 | 6:03The College of the North Atlantic in Bonavista has moved part of a course's requirements to its Stephenville campus. We hear why some people are upset about the move.
The Early EditionHow to make healthy lunches your kids will actually eatSep 3, 2015 | 5:04The school year is just around the corner. For many parents, that means coming up with about 180 school lunches. VCH dietician Kathy Romses offers some advice to keep things interesting without compromising nutrition.
Daybreak KamloopsAlternative to spreading Biosolids on farmland presented in MerrittSep 3, 2015 | 5:48In the past year or so, a lot of people in the Merritt area have learned more about Biosolids than they ever imagined.
This afternoon, there's another learning opportunity.
Biosolids are the waste collected from sewage treatment facilities.
Daybreak KamloopsSit down interview with Tom MulcairSep 3, 2015 | 7:54It's a federal election. But Tom Mulcair tapped into some local issues on his visit to Kamloops. Daybreak sat down with the NDP leader before he left town.
Daybreak KamloopsHow's the Kamloops Blazers' blue line looking this season?Sep 3, 2015 | 5:05It's pretty simple: You need good defence to win hockey games. So, how's the Kamloops Blazers' blue line looking this season? Marty Hastings has the story.
The Early EditionUsing virtual reality to help kids understand when it's safe to cross the streetSep 3, 2015 | 6:52Barbara Morrongiello is a psychologist who uses virtual reality to help understand how kids respond in real-life traffic situations. She's the Canada Research Chair in Child and Youth Injury Prevention at the University of Guelph.
The Early EditionLocal Syrian refugee says government not doing enough to help crisisSep 3, 2015 | 7:32Majd Agha came to B.C. as a Syrian refugee in July 2014. His family is still in war-torn Damascus.
Daybreak KamloopsKamloops Direly News takes jab at proposed Ajax MineSep 3, 2015 | 6:24Here at the CBC office, mixed in with our usual deliveries was the Kamloops Direly Newspaper. It's a spoof newspaper all about a fictional mine in Kamloops. We'll flip through that story.
Maritime NoonFishing Accident, School Vaccinations, Llama on the LamSep 3, 2015 | 53:04A PEI fisherman is recovering in hospital after his hand was severed by a trap line. On the Phone-In, we debate whether schools should require proof of vaccination upon registration, or if vaccines should be mandatory. Plus, the story of a llama once lost
Metro MorningHult Pize FinalistSep 3, 2015 | 5:52A team of UofT grads is trying to counter what researchers call "the word gap" by inventing a "talking sticker" system. They're finalists for this year's Hult Prize. Susan Ormiston spoke with team member Peter Cinat.