In Town and OutThe Ottawa Senators trail the Montreal Canadiens by 2 games to noneApr 18, 2015 | 7:47CBC broadcaster and sports writer Jamie Long tells how the Sens looked last night and what they can do to turn the series around.
In Town and OutBeware of Tax FraudApr 18, 2015 | 7:51It starts with a phone from someone claiming to be from the Canada Revenue Agency and a threat of police coming to arrest you. A new scam is hitting Ottawa.
Windsor MorningPupatello on Hydro One and Supplier DayApr 17, 2015 | 9:53Sandra Pupatello and the economic development corporation are trying to drum up business for some suppliers in Windsor-Essex - so she's invited some big corporations to visit. We spoke to her about that, as well as the latest on Hydro One.
Windsor MorningOld and Improved Pipe OrganApr 17, 2015 | 6:15A Windsor church now has one of the biggest pipe organs in this part of Ontario. We spoke to Leslie Meloche about the organ at Paulin Memorial Presbyterian Church in South Windsor.
Windsor MorningProvincial Politics with Robert Fisher - April 17Apr 17, 2015 | 7:51Sandra Pupatello is being replaced as the chair of Hydro One, and the provincial government's relationship with teachers is deteriorating in a hurry.
Superior MorningDennis Brown - Bear RelocationApr 17, 2015 | 6:52Taking matters into their own hands.The town of Atikokan decides that if the Ministry of Natural Resources will no longer trap and relocate nuisance bears, they'll do it themselves.
Ottawa MorningThe complaints are numerous, the stories, disturbing.Apr 17, 2015 | 8:24Yesterday, we heard about a campaign to improve conditions inside the Ottawa Carleton Detention Centre. Today, we hear from the province on what's being done.
The Morning Edition - K-WPopular chef, Jonathan Gushue to open "The Berlin"Apr 17, 2015 | 7:29Jonathan Gushue, the former executive chef of Langdon Hall, plans to open his own restaurant in downtown Kitchener called The Berlin. Food columnist, Andrew Coppolino, explores the significance of the move.