Ontario TodayCall of the Day: Trolling the trollsJan 28, 2015 | 2:42Anonymous online commenter says he tries to shut down obvious untruths. Ontario Today asks: What do you get out of the comments following online news?
Morning NorthJean Raymond Audet - Sudbury candidate for the People's Political PartyJan 28, 2015 | 6:18We've been presenting interviews with candidates running in the provincial by-election coming up in Sudbury on February 5th. This time around, you'll hear from Jean Raymond Audet. He's running for the People's Political Party of Ontario.
Windsor MorningGoose ParksJan 28, 2015 | 11:39There's a turf war in Windsor and Essex County - but it's not something the police can do much about. It's the Canada goose situation in our city parks. We spoke to Karen Cedar, Windsor's city naturalist & Mike Clement, acting exec. dir. of parks.
Morning NorthHuman trafficking charges against former Sudbury woman droppedJan 28, 2015 | 5:07A former Sudbury woman is relieved that a charge of human trafficking against her was dropped. Her lawyer, Glenn Sandberg, spoke to the CBC's Kate Rutherford about the case.
Ottawa MorningWe're dialling 011 to reach our film critic this week.Jan 28, 2015 | 6:43Tom McSorley is in Goteborg, Sweden, for a major film festival. He joined us from the hometown of Daniel Alfredsson with the highlights.
Windsor MorningEmmanuel Jal in Windsor - Pt 1Jan 28, 2015 | 8:40From child soldier and refugee to successful hip hop artist and renowned activist. We spoke to Emmanuel Jal - he's performing at the Windsor Beer Exchange tomorrow night.
Morning NorthPolicing expert says police videos don't tell the whole storyJan 28, 2015 | 7:43How is the ever present camera lens affecting the public's view of police? We had a policing expert weigh in with his observations about police videos and how they don't always tell the whole story of what happened.
The Morning Edition - K-WTeaching consent in early grades applies to bullying or sharing, not just sexJan 28, 2015 | 10:55Premier Kathleen Wynne says new sex-ed curriculum should include a section on consent, introducing it to students as young as six. People for Education's Annie Kidder agrees, saying it'a concept that applies to many interactions, not just sex.