The Morning Edition - K-WPutting Ontario math scores to the testAug 28, 2014 | 7:41The CEO of EQAO in Ontario, Bruce Rodrigues, tells CBC K-W that he wants to review the way students learn math after more than half of Grade 9 applied math students failed to meet provincial standards.
Superior MorningBombardier Strike - In for the Long HaulAug 28, 2014 | 9:12This week's decision by Unifor, the union representing striking workers at Bombardier to turn down the company's offer, could mean a long strike. Marvin Ryder is with the DeGroot School of Business
Metro Morning"Anger And Frustration"Aug 28, 2014 | 13:06If not an inquiry, then a roundtable on missing and murdered Aboriginal women. That is what First Nations leaders and provincial premiers are now asking for from the federal government.
Morning NorthSudbury police chief responds to mental health recommendationsAug 28, 2014 | 3:30The Mental Health Commission of Canada released a report detailing 16 recommendations police can use to improve interactions with people who have mental illnesses. Greater Sudbury Police Chief Paul Pedersen is at a conference discussing that issue.
Morning NorthIs the doctor shortage over?Aug 28, 2014 | 7:34The health minister says 93 percent of Ontarians now have family doctors. In northeastern Ontario, 88 percent of the population has one according to numbers from the Local Health Integration Network. The CBC's Kate Rutherford looked into the numbers.