Morning NorthSudbury mayoral candidates: Jean-Raymond AudetSep 16, 2014 | 5:0310 People are running for mayor in Greater Sudbury. We hope to introduce you to each of them. Jean-Raymond Audet is the first candidate you'll meet, and even though his name is on the ballot for mayor, he admits he doesn't expect to win.
Morning NorthFree CPR workshops in Sudbury - you could save a lifeSep 16, 2014 | 9:41The city of Greater Sudbury is hosting a series of free CPR training workshops. Jennifer Amyotte is commander of community paramedicine and professional stands for Greater Sudbury. She dropped by the the studio to tell us more and give us a demonstration.
Morning NorthTransport trucks not at fault in most collisionsSep 16, 2014 | 7:42Even though transport trucks are involved in a majority of crashes on northern highways, police say they are largely not at fault. The CBC's Megan Thomas spoke about transport collisions with Brian Pattison. He spent years on the road and trains drivers.
Morning NorthWater issues at School of Architecture construction site in SudburySep 16, 2014 | 4:33The second phase of construction at the Laurentian School of Architecture continues, contractors are dealing with ground water problems. The CBC's Kate Rutherford spoke with Ron Lynch of Bonfield Construction about the challenges the water represents.
Ottawa MorningUnited Way Social IssuesSep 16, 2014 | 5:43What every municipal election candidate should know, according to The United Way. We hear why the charity released it's own election primer, for candidates.
Ottawa MorningUsing an audit to intimidate.Sep 16, 2014 | 8:41That's the charge being laid by more than 400 academics, we hear why they are calling on the Canada Revenue Agency to stop it's audit of an Ottawa-based think-tank.
The Morning Edition - K-WA conversation with author Charlotte GraySep 16, 2014 | 7:01Charlotte Gray's 'The Massey Murder' has been chosen as the region's One Book, One Community initiative, aimed at building community through reading.
Metro MorningShot In ScarboroughSep 16, 2014 | 6:18Abdul Monir arrived in Canada ten months ago in search of a better life. Those dreams ended on Sunday when he was killed at the pizza restaurant where he worked. Matt Galloway spoke with his first cousin, Jaweed Rasuli.