Information Radio - MBJan 15 Information Radio Hour 3Jan 15, 2015 | 26:59The Oscar Nomimantions are out for 2015. Thom Ernst joins us with the details on who got the nod, and who got snubbed; Barry Prentice joins us to talk about the news that Target is closing all stores in Canada; Sports update.
Information Radio - MBCanadian citizenship is becoming unattainable for newcomersMar 5, 2014 | 7:24CBC is proud to host a citizenship ceremony where 45 people will take the oath to become Canadians, but a local woman says citizenship is becoming an unattainable dream for many since the federal government changed the rules.
Information Radio - MBDebunking the myth of Aboriginal people and alcoholMay 30, 2014 | 7:33There's no medical truth to the belief that Aboriginal people have an intolerance for alcohol. A doctor explains the real causes of addiction
Information Radio - MBJan 08 Information Radio Hour 1Jan 8, 2015 | 49:28The 17 year-old newcomer spent a night alone in the cold is home and reunited with her family; Most research shows detox diets don't work, but people keep doing them, why?; Remembering Derek Fontaine; What happens if oil drops to $40 a barrel and what wou
Information Radio - MBWinnipeg's General Strike: Reports From The Front LinesMay 13, 2014 | 7:31Ninety-five years ago this week, a strike brought Winnipeg to a standstill. Meet the author of a new book that looks at how the media covered the 1919 Winnipeg General Strike.
Up To SpeedTom Sutton-Smith's portrait of Duchess of Cambridge heading to royal householdJun 3, 2014 | 7:54Tom Sutton-Smith, a former Winnipeg ad exec now living in Scotland, tells Ismaila Alfa of CBC's Up To Speed how his alternative painting of Kate, the Duchess of Cambridge, is ending up in her home.
Information Radio - MBAdoption struggles: Winnipeg father shares the dark side of international adoptionSep 8, 2014 | 9:25In his new book Detachment, Winnipegger Maurice Mierau shares the struggles he had after adopting two boys from an orphanage in Ukraine.
Radio Noon - ManitobaAboriginal Midwife Melissa BrownOct 27, 2014 | 7:15She's a midwife and she's telling her very personal story to convince other aboriginal people to pursue a career in health care. Meet Melissa Brown