Morning NorthNipissing University art installation based on Iroquois legendsMar 30, 2015 | 5:42The Muskoka campus of Nipissing University is mounting an art exhibit that tells the stories of the Iroquois. We placed a call to Janet Stahle-Fraser at the Bracebridge satellite campus to find more about the art installation.
Morning NorthGrowing Old Ungracefully - ZeldaMar 30, 2015 | 5:13Raging against the ravages of old age... In this edition of Growing Old Ungracefully, our senior's columnist Benita Hart introduces us to Zelda, one senior who isn't afraid to speak her mind.
All in a DayA lever for a wheelchair is sending Owen McKinley-Young to the Canada-Wide Science FairMar 30, 2015 | 7:52All in a Day spoke to York St Public School grade 7 student Owen McKinley-Young, who just won the Ottawa regional science fair for his invention to help wheelchair users navigate curbs.
Up NorthBrigette DePape encouraging North Bay youth to voteMar 30, 2015 | 7:15Brigette DePape is in North Bay to speak with students as part of the Game Changers program sponsored by the Council of Canadians.
Up NorthThunder Bay events centre not going aheadMar 30, 2015 | 5:17Thunder Bay's mayor says the event centre planned for the city is not going ahead after the city heard would not be getting federal funding.
In Town and OutHey Buster - live in studioMar 28, 2015 | 21:37The local band is hosting a CD release party Sunday afternoon at the Mayfair Theatre. It's great music with a community feel for both kids and adults.
In Town and OutSugar shack with international flavourMar 28, 2015 | 7:27The University of Ottawa is helping students, including many international ones, serve as volunteers. They selected a very traditional Canadian experience...the Muséo-park sugar shack in Vanier.
In Town and OutOttawa Irish Film FestivalMar 28, 2015 | 9:08Song of the Sea, from the soundtrack of the Oscar nominated film by the same name, is one of 7 films screening at this weekend's Irish Film Festival Ottawa, the first one ever.