Metro MorningBlood ShortageOct 9, 2014 | 8:06Canadian Blood Services is facing its lowest inventory of blood in six years, in part because donations are consistently down. Matt Galloway spoke with Michael Betel, Canadian Blood Services' Director of Donor Relations for South Central Ontario.
Morning NorthNorthern Lights Oktoberfest in SudburyOct 2, 2014 | 5:25The Northern Lights Oktoberfest kicks off this weekend in Sudbury. We had the executive director of NLFB, Max Merrifield, in studio to tell us more about the event.
Morning NorthMunicipal election update with Erik WhiteOct 2, 2014 | 8:22We talk municipal politics with city hall reporter Erik White. he shares his thoughts and observations on the campaign across the northeast, including the recent mayoral debate held in Sudbury.
Morning NorthThe seedy side of growing giant vegetablesOct 2, 2014 | 5:28We placed a call to the founder of Port Elgin's Pumpkinfest. Doug Court told us about growing giant vegetables and some of the ways people try to cheat in competition.
The Morning Edition - K-WEbola: Separating facts from fearsOct 2, 2014 | 6:57After doctors announce that the first case of ebola has been confirmed in the United States, our house doctor will tell us about precautions being taken here in this country.
The Morning Edition - K-W'The Amish Project' explores forgivenessOct 2, 2014 | 7:48Matt White is the artistic producer for Green Light Arts, and the director of "The Amish Project." He tells us about how the play is inspiring a community discussion around forgiveness.
All in a DayFunding expires for program offering support to high-risk sex offendersOct 1, 2014 | 7:42Serious sex offenders who emerge from prison after serving their whole sentence may soon lose supports because of a federal funding cut. A police officer who works with Circle of Support and Accountability shares her concerns with All in a Day.