Morning NorthRed scarf campaign to raise awareness about HIV testingNov 26, 2014 | 5:44Red scarf season is back in Sudbury. This is the second year for a campaign using red scarves to raise awareness about HIV testing. Stephanie Harris is one of the organizers behind the campaign. She joined us in studio with some details.
Morning NorthFurnace financing denied because house is on reserveNov 26, 2014 | 7:32Your furnace dies. You need another one ASAP. The furnace company will sell you one but won't provide any financing because you don't own the land your house is built on. That's what happened to Suzanne Shawbonquit who's house is located on a reserve.
Ottawa MorningThe NCC has left the city scrambling, after saying 'no' to building the LRT on its landNov 26, 2014 | 8:30Could phase 2 of the LRT be in jeopardy? Transit expert David Jeanes is here to explain.
Windsor MorningAuto Investment BoardNov 26, 2014 | 7:00An industry organization says that the creation of a one-stop investment agency could be the ticket to saving Ontario's auto industry. Is it really that simple? We'll ask auto analyst Tony Faria.
Ottawa MorningExercise after cancer.Nov 25, 2014 | 5:01Doctors can be reluctant to prescribe exercise after chemotherapy. But an Ottawa researcher argues it's good medicine and has gotten a research grant to help prove it.
Morning NorthElgin Street Mission will be warming station at night in SudburyNov 25, 2014 | 5:37The city of Greater Sudbury announced it would provide funding to open the Elgin Street Mission at night as a warning station. We heard from the city's Coordinator of Shelters and Homelessness programs and from the Sudbury Coalition Against Poverty.
The Morning Edition - K-WNew Ontario flavoured tobacco laws would be most comprehensive ban in CanadaNov 25, 2014 | 7:17New legislation proposed by the Government of Ontario would ban flavoured tobacco, including menthol cigarettes, chewing tobacco and cigars. Researcher David Hammond says it could be one of the most comprehensive bans on flavoured tobacco in the country.
Ottawa MorningE-cigarettes are under fireNov 25, 2014 | 4:38This time from the province. But should they really be treated the same as real smokes? We get reaction from the C-E-O of Canada's largest e-cig retailer.
Ottawa MorningOttawa Police, Toronto Police, and the City of Ottawa. All fell foul to a spate of cyber attacks.Nov 25, 2014 | 10:03So how easy is it to bring down a website and not get caught? Ottawa Morning gets a primer from an ethical hacker.
Superior MorningAlice in WonderlandNov 25, 2014 | 6:57Down the rabbit hole with Eleanor Drury Children's Theatre. Aleksa Shermack, the director and Sarah Hughes and Sadie Nastor two of the cast members talk about the play.