Morning NorthTimmins teen Ireland Godard and her musicOct 24, 2014 | 6:5314 year old Ireland Godard is a singer/songwriter from Timmins. She was in our studio to talk about her upcoming show in Sudbury and how she balances life as a teen with her musical career.
Morning NorthNew telescope for Canadian Ecology Centre near MattawaOct 24, 2014 | 10:11The Canadian Ecology Centre in Samuel de Champlain Park near Mattawa just got a big gift. It's a $30 thousand telescope donated from the North Bay Astronomy Club. Bill Steer of the Ecology Centre and Dave Roscoe of the astronomy club told us more...
Morning NorthBook looks at the history of the Diocese of Sault Ste MarieOct 23, 2014 | 8:20There are churches in every small town you visit in the north. Many of them have a rich history that you might not even know about. A new book about the Diocese of Sault Ste. Marie is hoping to show the role the church played in the north.
Morning NorthGlenn Thibeault's account of Parliament building shootingOct 23, 2014 | 10:45We connected with Sudbury MP Glenn Thibeault about the shooting incident in the Parliament building yesterday. Thibeault was literally steps away from the shooter. He gave us the details from his perspective.
The Morning Edition - K-WWWII vet Harry Watts says Ottawa shooting a reminder to promote freedom and toleranceOct 23, 2014 | 2:42Kitchener veteran Harry Watts served in World War II. He feels the shooting at the Ottawa cenotaph Oct. 22 is a reminder that we need to work to promote freedom and tolerance at home.
The Morning Edition - K-WKitchener expat returns to Guyana to help with mental health crisisOct 23, 2014 | 7:40Homewood Health Centre chaplain, Ram Kalap, explains how he and a group of mental health professionals from Waterloo Region are headed to Guyana to help overhaul the country's mental health system.
Morning NorthSudbury online voting site spoofedOct 23, 2014 | 7:20How secure is Greater Sudbury's online voting system? The site was easily cloned by a man trying to make the point that voters could be duped. We spoke with Luc Roy about this. He's the chief information officer at Laurentian University.