Radio Noon - ManitobaThierry Vrain on Danger of GMOsJul 18, 2014 | 6:34His job was to assure Canadians GMO crops were safe. Now this former Ag Canada soil biologist is warning Canadians about the dangers of GMO's.
Radio Noon - ManitobaManitoba Stampede Affected by FloodJul 17, 2014 | 5:08The Manitoba Stampede is under way with four days of bull riding, bronco-busting, and steer wrestling. But flooding has effected one event and how you get there. Tim Lewis is the Valley Agricultural Society President.
Radio Noon - ManitobaELF Bike FundraiserJul 4, 2014 | 5:55Her son has autism and can't drive a car so the family is fundraising to buy an ELF vehicle. It's a cross between a bicycle and a car. Here's my conversation with Mom Annette Krahn.
Radio Noon - ManitobaColin Winship Wants To Join The BandJun 24, 2014 | 9:0411 yr old Colin Winship is homeschooled and wants to take band class. The Mystery Lake school division says no, simply because he is homeschooled.
Radio Noon - ManitobaWinkler Dolly Parton LibraryJun 19, 2014 | 6:29After seeing too many little kids come to school without literacy skills, a Winkler school librarian has taken the leap to help change that. And thanks to a local physician the project is off to a fine start.
Radio Noon - ManitobaLundar Students House AuctionJun 19, 2014 | 5:01Students at Lundar School spent the year building a house for experience, then auctioned it off. I spoke with the Neepawa area farmer who bought it.
Radio Noon - ManitobaFenez Farm's Straw Bale SquashJun 18, 2014 | 6:08Growing squash, in a straw bale, with a manure "tea" for fertilizer. We'll check in with a Manitoba farmer who's always got a cool idea to share.
Radio Noon - ManitobaInterlake World Cup Soccer ConnectionJun 16, 2014 | 6:09Aron Johannson is a striker for the American team. Although he was born in the US, his parents are Icelandic - and that's where he was raised but there is an Interlake connection.
Radio Noon - ManitobaRun with the ChiefsJun 13, 2014 | 5:14Run With the Chiefs is a 3K fun run with Winnipeg Police Chief Devon Clunis and MLA Kevin Chief. Jessica Lavallee is a north end resident and she ran it for the second year in a row.
Radio Noon - ManitobaMiles Macdonell Angling ClubJun 12, 2014 | 6:11Some students at Miles Macdonell Collegiate learn how to fish while raising money for charity and cleaning up the banks of the Red River. It's all part of the school's "Angling Club"
Radio Noon - ManitobaManitoba's Doggie DoulaJun 11, 2014 | 8:04Tahl East, is a doggie doula. The Oakbank area woman has helped 12 moms give birth to 95 puppies. It's a "labour of love" but Tahl says the dogs are helping her deal with her mental health issues.
Radio Noon - ManitobaPortage Boy Honours Fallen RCMP OfficersJun 10, 2014 | 7:09A ten-year-old Portage la Prairie boy is planning on driving his little police car through that city tonight - to honour the fallen RCMP officers.
Radio Noon - ManitobaNew Playground for King Edward SchoolJun 5, 2014 | 4:32Sand, boulders, wiggle walls and balance logs. All part of the new playground at King Edward Community School in Winnipeg. How the community rallied to give the kids a safe place to play.
Radio Noon - ManitobaLundar Students Build HouseJun 3, 2014 | 8:00Some students at Lundar School have spent the year building a house which will now be auctioned off. Find out why they took on such a huge project.
Radio Noon - ManitobaGracie Herntier Garage SaleJun 2, 2014 | 8:507 year old Gracie Herntier died this spring when she was mauled by two dogs while visiting a friends home. This past weekend, her family held the 2nd Annual Gracie Herntier Garage Sale.