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    Q | Jul 7, 2015

    A Minor Consideration founder makes the case for all-out ban against putting kids on reality shows — even those that haven't faced controversy.

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    New Fire | Jul 7, 2015

    Aviaq Johnston was 16-years-old when her parents sat her down and told her she'd been invited to spend a semester of high school in Australia. She was living in Iqaluit at the time - and it would be her first time out of the country.

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    By Design | Jun 29, 2015

    We hear about the ways the design of public spaces can be used to exclude and unite citizens. Learn how defensive architecture transforms spaces ostensibly made for everyone - into places only meant for some.

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    Definitely Not the Opera | Jul 4, 2015

    Bicycles get us to work, they take us home again, and can carry us all around the world - with nothing but the power of our pedalling. So from training wheels to trail races: where did your bicycle take you? [Originally aired September 6, 2014]

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    Writers and Company | Jul 5, 2015

    ​During the Pan Am games we'll be featuring artists from Latin America, this week with Brazilian filmmaker, Jose Padilha.​

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Ottawa Morning - An area known for its wilderness could soon become known for wind turbines insteadJul 7, 2015 | 10:23Ottawa Morning An area known for its wilderness could soon become known for wind turbines instead Audio
Ottawa Morning An area known for its wilderness could soon become known for wind turbines instead Jul 7, 2015 | 10:23An area known for its wilderness could soon become known for wind turbines instead. We hear why an energy deal is creating divisions in a town.
Ottawa Morning - Omar Dabaghi-Pacheco films doc in Malawi and TanzaniaJul 7, 2015 | 8:37Ottawa Morning Omar Dabaghi-Pacheco films doc in Malawi and Tanzania Audio
Ottawa Morning Omar Dabaghi-Pacheco films doc in Malawi and Tanzania Jul 7, 2015 | 8:37The CBC's Omar Dabaghi-Pacheco spent a month in Africa, documenting a cultural shift among young people there involving mental health. We hear what he learned, this hour.
Superior Morning - Mercury Cleanup Near Grassy NarrowsJul 7, 2015 | 5:08Superior Morning Mercury Cleanup Near Grassy Narrows Audio
Superior Morning Mercury Cleanup Near Grassy Narrows Jul 7, 2015 | 5:08CBC News has obtained Ontario government documents from the 1980s recommending against cleaning up the mercury near Grassy Narrows. We hear from Jack Donnan, the man who wrote the report.
Superior Morning - De-amalgamation: Breaking Up is Hard to DoJul 7, 2015 | 9:04Superior Morning De-amalgamation: Breaking Up is Hard to Do Audio
Superior Morning De-amalgamation: Breaking Up is Hard to Do Jul 7, 2015 | 9:04Municipal marriages, is it time for a split? A new study from the Fraser Institute looks at communities that have undone their amalgamations.
Superior Morning - Smoke Free Housing OntarioJul 7, 2015 | 6:15Superior Morning Smoke Free Housing Ontario Audio
Superior Morning Smoke Free Housing Ontario Jul 7, 2015 | 6:15A new 'no smoking' policy for social housing tenants in Thunder Bay comes into affect this fall. We talk to an advocate for non-smokers about why she'd like to see more shared housing go smoke-free.
Superior Morning - Canadian Art Magazine Art TourJul 7, 2015 | 5:44Superior Morning Canadian Art Magazine Art Tour Audio
Superior Morning Canadian Art Magazine Art Tour Jul 7, 2015 | 5:44Art on the road. Daniel Joyce just wrapped up a trip from Toronto to Vancouver visiting art centres along the way. We find out what he thought of Thunder Bay.
Morning North - Man goes on art road tour in Northern OntarioJul 7, 2015 | 7:07Morning North Man goes on art road tour in Northern Ontario Audio
Morning North Man goes on art road tour in Northern Ontario Jul 7, 2015 | 7:07Daniel Joyce, a writer for the magazine Canadian Art, is on a road trip. He's traveling around Canada looking for art, and he started his journey here in Northern Ontario. We had a chat with him about the purpose of the trip.
Ontario Today - Call of the Day: Five foster homes before adoptionJul 7, 2015 | 1:25Ontario Today Call of the Day: Five foster homes before adoption Audio
Ontario Today Call of the Day: Five foster homes before adoption Jul 7, 2015 | 1:25Caller says her son went from home to home before she adopted him at age two. Ontario Today asks, what was your experience with Children's Aid adoption?
Ontario Today - Children's Aid adoption: What was your experience?Jul 7, 2015 | 51:34Ontario Today Children's Aid adoption: What was your experience? Audio
Ontario Today Children's Aid adoption: What was your experience? Jul 7, 2015 | 51:34A Toronto couple who tried to adopt a child in foster care gave up, saying the system is broken. Meantime, many children are longing for "forever families." What was your experience of the Children's Aid
Windsor Morning - Changing WorkplacesJul 6, 2015 | 8:00Windsor Morning Changing Workplaces Audio
Windsor Morning Changing Workplaces Jul 6, 2015 | 8:00The provincial government says it's time to update our labour laws to reflect changing workplaces. It has appointed 2 special advisers to hold public consultation meetings across Ontario - including one in Windsor tomorrow. We spoke to Michael Mitchell.
Morning North - The Messy Minds ProjectJul 6, 2015 | 5:38Morning North The Messy Minds Project Audio
Morning North The Messy Minds Project Jul 6, 2015 | 5:38The Messy Minds Project is a literary project by two young Sudbury women. If you are "writing wall-flower", this is your opportunity to be heard. The project is looking for submissions. Soheilah Homayed told the CBC's Kate Rutherford all about it.
Windsor Morning - Labelling Plant-Based Food AlternativesJul 6, 2015 | 7:04Windsor Morning Labelling Plant-Based Food Alternatives Audio
Windsor Morning Labelling Plant-Based Food Alternatives Jul 6, 2015 | 7:04When a company near Ottawa started marketing "cashew cheese", the Canadian Food Inspection Agency ordered them to stop. It's the latest issue the CFIA is having with plant-based alternatives to meat and dairy. We spoke to Camille Labchuk.
Ottawa Morning - Many big events - like the upcoming Pan Am Games - count on volunteers to run smoothlyJul 6, 2015 | 7:20Ottawa Morning Many big events - like the upcoming Pan Am Games - count on volunteers to run smoothly Audio
Ottawa Morning Many big events - like the upcoming Pan Am Games - count on volunteers to run smoothly Jul 6, 2015 | 7:20Many big events - like the upcoming Pan Am Games - count on volunteers to run smoothly. But do those unpaid positions deserve a salary? A labour lawyer argues some organizers may be breaking Ontario's employment laws
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Ottawa Morning Ottawa Morning listeners croon the blues to win festival tickets Jul 6, 2015 | 4:13Ottawa Morning asked its listeners to call in and sing the blues to win tickets to Bluesfest, and the results were, well... have a listen.
The Morning Edition - K-W - She Stoops to Conquer: what does feminism look like in the 18th century?Jul 6, 2015 | 6:34The Morning Edition - K-W She Stoops to Conquer: what does feminism look like in the 18th century? Audio
The Morning Edition - K-W She Stoops to Conquer: what does feminism look like in the 18th century? Jul 6, 2015 | 6:34When noblewoman Kate pretends to be a simple barmaid so she can break down barriers between herself and her new beau: Is she a trailblazer overcoming class conflicts? Or is she just re-enforcing the gender norms of her day?

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