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Winter weather forces postponement of student exams

Three snow days in a row during exam week... We hear from a high school principal in Sudbury about what that means for students. And... The CBC's Hilary Duff finds out how students feel about a messed up exam schedule.

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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.
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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.
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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.
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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.
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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.
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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.
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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?
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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.

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