Superior MorningKokum's Bannock Shack in Dryden savouring attentionJul 24, 2014 | 7:02Bannock, that tasty fried bread, is front and centre on the menu at a Dryden restaurant. Josee Racicot is co-owner of "Kokom's Bannock Shack." The eatery was recently highlighted in the National Post, as one of Canda's top food stops, a place definitely
Superior Morning"Drill, Baby, Drill" new documentary about Ring of FireJul 24, 2014 | 7:15Lalita Krishna is producing "Drill, Baby, Drill". Krishna wants to profile the people working at the grassroots of mining and development. One of the people she's following is Barb Courte Elinesky, the president of Northstar Drilling. Krishna spoke with g
Superior MorningCleaning up green spaces and bush areas to prevent crime in Thunder BayJul 24, 2014 | 3:27The recent homicide in Thunder Bay has the city's police service looking to clean up the green space, and bush area where it occurred.
Thunder Bay Police spokeperson Chris Adams talked about the broader social issues police face in dealing with the probl
Daybreak KamloopsJoanna Memrava- Midwives withdraw servicesJul 24, 2014 | 6:41B.C.'s maternity care system isn't delivering.
That's the message the Midwives Association of BC has for Premier Christy Clark.
They say some women can't get the care they need.
And some are travelling hundreds of kilometres.
Maritime NoonGagetown Sewage, Summer Jobs, FeedbackJul 24, 2014 | 52:48CFB Gagetown promises to fix a sewage problem that has flooded several private properties with feces and toilet paper. Your thoughts on the value of a summer job for teenagers. Plus, more tips on owning a cottage in the Maritimes.
Radio Noon MontrealAirbnb wants Quebec to relax it's rulesJul 24, 2014 | 19:47Airbnb is a website where people rent out their place to tourists usually for less money than a hotel room would cost. It's very popular but not legal in Quebec. Radio Noon asks if you think it should be legal.
The Early EditionJuly 24, 2014Jul 24, 2014 | 2:36:18Washington state fire, English Bay nudity, Immigration detention, Workplace, Burnaby terrorism, Whitecaps, Gaza debate, water safety, Air Algerie AH5017 crash, old trunk treasure
Alberta at NoonThursday July 24, 2014Jul 24, 2014 | 45:41We look at the value of part-time and summer work for young people, and wildflower specialist and author Neil Jennings takes calls from listeners.