Radio Noon - ManitobaHelp fight Ebola rallySep 17, 2014 | 4:21When the phone rings, he fears it's someone calling to say a family member is sick. How the Ebola crisis is affecting members of Winnipeg's West African community, and how you can help out.
Radio Noon - ManitobaBaby Alexa "Strong" FundraiserSep 16, 2014 | 6:28Only two months old, and she's already had open heart surgery.And she has more surgeries on the horizon. How a community is helping a Steinbach family through a difficult time.
Radio Noon - ManitobaTV Film Crew in Grosse IsleSep 12, 2014 | 6:35Grosse Isle has gone back in time. The small Manitoba town now looks like Kansas City in the 1860's and a TV crew is busy filming "The Pinkertons"
Radio Noon - ManitobaSteve Maryniuk and Angels Anonymous ConnectionSep 12, 2014 | 6:48A young Manitoban with brain cancer inspires his friends and family to help make dreams come true for other adults with a terminal illness.
Radio Noon - ManitobaFloods Hit St. Lazare Businesses HardSep 10, 2014 | 6:25Flooding and road closures are taking a toll on the community of St. Lazare and a third generation business owner says he's worried about the survival of his community.
Radio Noon - ManitobaManito Ahbee Festival Pow Wow DancerSep 10, 2014 | 8:07Katina Cochrane is a dancer from Peguis First Nation. She was just nine months old when she danced in her first Pow Wow and she's been dancing ever since.
Radio Noon - ManitobaBrandon Poet CBC Canada Writes FinalistSep 9, 2014 | 6:50Twenty-five hundred people wrote poems for CBC's Canada Writes contest. A Brandon woman had her poem chosen as one of the top five finalists. Meet Poet Basma Kavanagh.
Radio Noon - ManitobaClimate Change Pushing Birds to ExtinctionSep 9, 2014 | 9:09A new report by the Audubon society says climate change will disrupt and threaten more than 300 species of birds in North America. Ted Cheskey, is Manager of Bird Conservation programs with Nature Canada.
Radio Noon - ManitobaProtection for Prairie SkinkAug 27, 2014 | 7:50Manitoba's Prairie Skink isn't found anywhere else in Canada and now its home will be protected thanks in part to Pam Rutherford, associate professor at the Department of Biology at Brandon University