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Superior Morning Andree Robichaud Leaving Feb 26, 2015 | 8:33The head of the Regional Health Sciences Centre in Thunder Bay has announced her resignation. We'll talk to Andree Rochaud about her decision, and her legacy
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The Morning Edition - K-W No-one wants to die in an ICU Feb 26, 2015 | 7:17The region's top palliative care Doctor Ahmed Jakda tells us about the tough conversation every family needs to have with a loved who is terminally ill: where do you want to die? He says the answer is always different, but it's never in an ICU.
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Superior Morning Life After Teleperformance Feb 26, 2015 | 5:47Another empty store front. That's the worst case scenario when Teleperformance Canada closes its operation on Red River Road this spring. But Jim Comuzzi, head of the Waterfront Business Improvement Association says he's feeling more optimistic.
Morning North - Living a week with frozen water pipesFeb 26, 2015 | 5:21Morning North Living a week with frozen water pipes Audio
Morning North Living a week with frozen water pipes Feb 26, 2015 | 5:21Oksana Motalo of Sudbury had to get creative about water while she waited for the city to come and thaw her frozen water pipes... for the second time. She told the CBC's Kate Rutherford about how she and her family managed for a week without water.
Metro Morning - Musical Improv FestivalFeb 26, 2015 | 4:44Metro Morning Musical Improv Festival Audio
Metro Morning Musical Improv Festival Feb 26, 2015 | 4:44The Musical Improv Festival made its debut at the Social Capital Theatre on the Danforth last night. Matt Galloway spoke with the festival's co-founders, Matty Burns and Natasha Boomer.
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Metro Morning Remembering Sumaya Dalmar Feb 26, 2015 | 6:59The death of Sumaya Dalmar, a Toronto transgender woman, has sparked discussions on social media around the acceptance of transgender people in this city. Matt Galloway spoke with her friend, Lali Mohamed.
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Metro Morning Precarious Work Feb 26, 2015 | 7:18Our series Just-In-Time Jobs looks at precarious work, and people finding their way through a changing job market with few guarantees, but plenty of new opportunities. Mary Wiens brought us the story of a law clerk who's becoming her own boss and employee
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Metro Morning Autism Support Group Feb 26, 2015 | 6:06Matt Galloway spoke with Victoria Kirk, mother of a five-year-old boy with autism, and Rita Gallippi, principal of Adam Beck Junior Public School, about how a playground incident helped change how the school meets the needs of its students.
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Morning North Report from Queen's Park - Michael Mantha Feb 26, 2015 | 6:25The MPP for Algoma Manitoulin, Michael Mantha was our guest for this week's edition of Report from Queen's Park. He spoke to us about the alleged job offers to Andrew Olivier, winter highway maintenance, and his polar bear plunge in Blind River.
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