The Morning Edition - K-WThe trial of suspended senator Mike DuffyMar 3, 2015 | 7:39The start of suspended senator Mike Duffy's trial is just over a month away. He faces 31 charges including fraud, bribery and breach of trust. Glen McGregor with the Ottawa Citizen explains what's at stake for the conservatives.
Morning NorthReport on mental health and addiction singles out young northernersMar 3, 2015 | 8:19A new provincial report on mental health and addiction found higher rates of suicide and an increase in the number of babies born to mothers dealing with addiction in young people in Northern Ontario. We spoke with one of the authors of the report.
Ontario TodayCall of the Day: Engineering still an Old Boys' ClubMar 3, 2015 | 3:18Two engineers in this family; neither one is using their degree.
Ontario Today asks: Why can't engineers find jobs in their field?
Ontario TodayImpact of strikes at Canada's two largest universitiesMar 3, 2015 | 16:56York University cancelled classes after teaching assistants and contract faculty went on strike. TAs are on strike at U of T as well. Who's to blame and how are students coping?
Ontario TodayWhy can't engineers find a job in their field?Mar 3, 2015 | 34:38The government keeps saying we need engineers. Employers agree. So how come only about 30 per cent of engineers in Ontario are working as engineers?
Morning NorthSudbury homes flooded by water main breakMar 3, 2015 | 8:37A water main break caused some big headaches for some residents in the Minnow Lake area of Sudbury. We spoke with Anastasia Rioux about the extent of the damage at her home. Her basement was flooded because of the water main break.
Morning NorthMemories of the disbanded Canadian Airborne RegimentMar 3, 2015 | 9:17It was 20 years ago that the Canadian Airborne Regiment was disbanded following the beating death of a Somalia teenager during a peacekeeping mission. Joseph Morin of Sudbury served with the regiment and has much fonder memories of his military service.
The Morning Edition - K-WSkating as a way of being CanadianMar 3, 2015 | 4:54Reporter Melanie Ferrier heads to a Kitchener community ice rink to talk to 17 Sudanese-Canadian youth who are learning how to skate for the first time.
All in a DayMidge Ure predicts technology, and brings his post-Ultravox songs to OttawaMar 3, 2015 | 9:42Midge Ure is perhaps best known for his work in '80s band Ultravox, but he's still crafting fine synth-pop songs. He spoke with Alan Neal ahead of a show at the Black Sheep Inn.
Up NorthREDress Project uses art to talk about missing and murdered Indigenous womenMar 3, 2015 | 5:24More than 100 red dresses are hanging from the trees around at Thunder Bay college to raise awareness about missing and murdered Indigenous women.