The Early EditionDriving instructor Kurtis Strelau on left lane crackdownMar 3, 2015 | 6:42The BC government says he plans to introduce a bill that would boost police powers to crack down on slow drivers in the left lane. Kurtis Strelau is the regional education manager at Young Drivers of Canada.
Maritime NoonGreenhouses Collapse, Your Job Questions, Toy GunsMar 3, 2015 | 52:37Nova Scotia greenhouses collapse under snow. Tara Talbot from Workopolis answers your job questions. Moncton police respond to string of fake gun calls.
Radio Noon MontrealSavoura facing bankruptcyMar 3, 2015 | 5:22Jordan Lebel from Concordia's John Molson School of Business says the key to success is identifying your key customer, and learning to evolve with them.
Daybreak KamloopsJacinda Mack responds to Mount PolleyMar 3, 2015 | 6:40Just seven months ago, the Mount Polley mine's tailings pond breached....
creating one of the biggest environmental disasters in BC's history.
The clean up is going on to this day... and will continue for years to come.
Alberta at NoonA@N for Tuesday, March 3, 2015Mar 3, 2015 | 51:04Paul McKenna discusses the 10 years since the Mayerthorpe shooting; Ricardo Acuna speaks with listeners about whether our public servant salaries; Dr. David Lau takes listener's questions on obesity research.
All in a DayMidge Ure predicts technology, and brings his post-Ultravox songs to OttawaMar 3, 2015 | 9:42Midge Ure is perhaps best known for his work in '80s band Ultravox, but he's still crafting fine synth-pop songs. He spoke with Alan Neal ahead of a show at the Black Sheep Inn.
Metro MorningFreelance TeachersMar 2, 2015 | 6:45On "Just in Time Jobs", the CBC's Mary Wiens tells us about the rapid growth of contract work in colleges and universities, former bastions of tenured secure work.
The Early EditionAtira to build new social housing from shipping containersMar 2, 2015 | 9:18The Strathcona Residents Association says a new social housing complex doesn't meet the neighbourhood's needs.
The Early EditionBill Bennett on Red Chris MineMar 2, 2015 | 9:40B.C.'s Minister of Energy and Mines Bill Bennett said he's confident the tailings pond at the proposed Red Chris mine won't fall to the same fate as the one at the Mount Polley mine.