West Coast MorningVeteran volunteers can face burnout, but so can young people.Apr 17, 2015 | 6:16Veteran volunteers can suffer burnout, but so can young people. This is National Volunteer week. Felicia Latour spoke with high school students about volunteer work and its challenges.
West Coast MorningPutting the bus crash behind them - figure skaters prepare for their year-end show.Apr 16, 2015 | 4:44Back in February, Corner Brook figure skaters, parents and coaches were hurt in a bus crash near Grand Falls-Windsor. But most of the skaters have returned to the ice, and this weekend, they'll have their year-end ice show.
West Coast MorningIt was a rough ride for Marble Mountain this year. We hear from the Corporation.Apr 16, 2015 | 10:18Despite heaps of snow, Marble Mountain went most of the season without its main lift, leaving many runs untouched until the new lift opened up in March. But was it enough to turn the season around? Bob Pike chairs the Marble Mountain Development Corp.
West Coast MorningA new library service literally shines a light on student mental health this exam season.Apr 16, 2015 | 4:50Exams are hard enough, but many Grenfell Campus students are also feeling a bit sad. Literally. Lack of sunlight causes S-A-D, or Seasonal Affective Disorder. Felicia Latour talked with a staff member and a student about a new library service.
West Coast MorningReal estate series #2 is a house-warming gift to you: advice on insulation.Apr 15, 2015 | 9:25The weather is warming up, and home owners are thinking about sprucing up their properties to sell. Now is the time to make your home cozier for NEXT winter. Bernice Hillier takes an inside look at insulation options.
West Coast MorningA man who once fell through ice on a snowmobile tells us how to avoid that danger.Apr 14, 2015 | 6:56A 62-year-old woman has been missing since her snowmobile went through the ice west of Badger. The spring thaw increases the danger of such incidents. Earl Roddick is a safety instructor with the Newfoundland and Labrador Snowmobile Federation.
West Coast MorningCelebrating brotherly or sisterly love - April 10 is National Siblings DayApr 13, 2015 | 3:19April 10 is National Siblings Day. So do you celebrate with displays of brotherly -- or sisterly -- love? CBC Corner Brook intern Felicia Latour hit the streets to find out.
Our intern Felicia Latour hit the streets of Corner Brook to find out.
West Coast MorningOur political panel weighs in on proposed NL electoral map changes.Apr 13, 2015 | 16:28There could be big changes to the NL electoral map. Under a proposal, Western Newfoundland's 9 districts have been whittled down to 7. It's part of a plan to reduce the number of seats from 48, down to 40. Our political panel weighs in.
West Coast MorningThe Flat Bay Powwow needs your help this year.Apr 9, 2015 | 8:14The Flat Bay Powwow brings together aboriginal and non-aboriginal people each July to celebrate language and culture, but it takes a lot of effort to make it happen. Kelly Anne Butler is one of the organizers of this year's event.
West Coast MorningMeet the Grenfell guinea pigs, helping to calm exam-stressed students.Apr 9, 2015 | 4:33Grenfell Campus is betting that petting guinea pigs can help students through the stress of studying. Gary Moore saw two of the cuddly rodents, which were at the campus library as part of a student wellness initiative.
West Coast MorningA Corner Brook realtor shares his tips for buying or selling a home this spring.Apr 8, 2015 | 11:36Real estate series, Part 1: As springtime inches its way closer, Realtor Ken Brown helps us navigate through the world of buying, selling and renovating.
West Coast MorningMore staff and more time have been given to evaluate Qalipu Mi`kmaq applications.Apr 8, 2015 | 5:57The committee evaluating membership applications for the Qalipu Mi`kmaq First Nations band has been given more staff and more time to do its job. Brendan Sheppard is the band chief.
West Coast MorningTaking its Al Pittman show on the road: TNL is headed for the UK.Apr 7, 2015 | 8:49A play based on some of Al Pittman's work is headed for the UK. TNL's "With Cruel Times in Between" will travel to England -- with a few stops in Atlantic Canada. Gaylene Buckle is TNL's General Manager. Lisa Lahue is stage manager with the show.
West Coast MorningOn World Autism Day, a western Nfld. woman talks about her son who has the condition.Apr 2, 2015 | 7:54It's World Autism Day, and parents of children with autism spectrum disorder will be getting together to talk about inclusion. Peggy Hancock's 7-year-old son, Robbie, has autism.
West Coast MorningBreast cancer survivors from NL open up about their experience, through a photo exhibit.Apr 1, 2015 | 7:42"One Out of Nine" depicts thirteen breast cancer survivors from this province - complete with the scars of their experience. Breast cancer survivor Sondria Browne teamed up with photographer Malin Enstrom to create the exhibit.