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    Day 6 | May 1, 2015

    Jurgen Todenhofer spent 10 days embedded with ISIS in Iraq and Syria, and believes the West underestimates the threat they pose.

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    Sunday Edition | May 1, 2015

    An Alisa Siegel documentary about Christiane Pflug: German immigrant to Canada, young mother and accomplished painter, who committed suicide in 1972. More than four decades after her death, there is a resurgence of interest in her art.

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    Under the Influence | May 1, 2015

    This week, an encore broadcast of Elevator Pitches. The marketing industry is a business of short, concise messages. The true test of an idea is whether or not it can be explained in just a few words.

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    The Next Chapter | May 4, 2015

    David Usher on "Let the Elephants Run" - Michael Crummey on "Sweetland" - Arleen Paré on "Lake of Two Mountains" - Randy Boyagoda on "Stone Soup" by Kate Marshall Flaherty, or literary prize culture versus the merits of reading hyperlocal books

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    The 180 | May 1, 2015

    In this episode, we hear one woman's 180 on animal testing, get an opinion about one Canadian university's approach to addressing the wage gap between genders, and get an explanation of the "Economdernist Manifesto."

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Morning North - Sudbury Species of the Month - the Mourning Cloak ButterflyApr 30, 2015 | 7:06Morning North Sudbury Species of the Month - the Mourning Cloak Butterfly Audio
Morning North Sudbury Species of the Month - the Mourning Cloak Butterfly Apr 30, 2015 | 7:06The Sudbury Species of the month for May has been revealed. It's the mourning cloak butterfly. Stephen Monet, the manager of environmental planning for Greater Sudbury, told us more about it...
Morning North - Battling a drug-resistant infectionApr 30, 2015 | 6:30Morning North Battling a drug-resistant infection Audio
Morning North Battling a drug-resistant infection Apr 30, 2015 | 6:30What is it like being in the hospital battling a drug-resistant infection? Ron Romanko knows. The CBC's Megan Thomas has been sharing the story of his fight an infection by one of these bugs known as ESBL. This is the third instalment in the series.
Morning North - Report from Queen's Park with Robert FisherApr 30, 2015 | 7:38Morning North Report from Queen's Park with Robert Fisher Audio
Morning North Report from Queen's Park with Robert Fisher Apr 30, 2015 | 7:38Our Municipal Affairs Specialist, Robert Fisher, joined us for our Report from Queen's Park. He spoke to us about the Ontario budget, teachers, the Conservative leadership race and more...
Morning North - Year two of the Ontario spring bear hunt pilot projectApr 30, 2015 | 14:58Morning North Year two of the Ontario spring bear hunt pilot project Audio
Morning North Year two of the Ontario spring bear hunt pilot project Apr 30, 2015 | 14:58The second year of the Ontario spring bear hunt pilot project starts tomorrow. We heard from the Minister of Natural Resources Bill Mauro and from from environmental sciences professor Joe Hamr about the hunt.
Morning North - English public high school teachers' strike affecting some French Catholic studentsApr 30, 2015 | 4:33Morning North English public high school teachers' strike affecting some French Catholic students Audio
Morning North English public high school teachers' strike affecting some French Catholic students Apr 30, 2015 | 4:33Students at Ecole Secondaire Catholique Franco-Ouest are being affected by the picket line of striking English public high school teachers. The CBC's Olivia Stefanovich spoke with Anne Gervais who has a son in grade 10 at Franco-Ouest.
Morning North - Day of mourning for workers injured or killed on the jobApr 29, 2015 | 6:01Morning North Day of mourning for workers injured or killed on the job Audio
Morning North Day of mourning for workers injured or killed on the job Apr 29, 2015 | 6:01Day of mourning ceremonies were held in Sudbury to remember workers who have been injured or killed on the job. One of the speakers at the event was the senior pastor at All Nations Church in Sudbury, Jeremy Mahood. We have part of his speech.
Morning North - Update on ice conditions on the James Bay coastApr 29, 2015 | 4:41Morning North Update on ice conditions on the James Bay coast Audio
Morning North Update on ice conditions on the James Bay coast Apr 29, 2015 | 4:41Ice jams are threatening communities along the James Bay Coast. We checked in with the Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry for a report on the latest conditions. We spoke with surface water analyst Brent Smith.
Morning North - Fighting a drug-resistant bacteria infectionApr 29, 2015 | 7:22Morning North Fighting a drug-resistant bacteria infection Audio
Morning North Fighting a drug-resistant bacteria infection Apr 29, 2015 | 7:22We bring you another instalment in the story of Ron Romanko, a Sudbury man who had quite a battle with a drug-resistant bacteria after a procedure at Sudbury's hospital. We pick up the story when Ron realized something was wrong.
Morning North - First female OPP detachment commander in the northeastApr 29, 2015 | 2:13Morning North First female OPP detachment commander in the northeast Audio
Morning North First female OPP detachment commander in the northeast Apr 29, 2015 | 2:13Staff Sergeant Laura Houliston is the new detachment commander for the OPP in North Bay. She becomes the first female detachment commander in the northeast region. We have some of what she had to say about her new job.
Morning North - Ontario Secondary School Teachers' Federation weighs in on Sudbury strikeApr 29, 2015 | 8:00Morning North Ontario Secondary School Teachers' Federation weighs in on Sudbury strike Audio
Morning North Ontario Secondary School Teachers' Federation weighs in on Sudbury strike Apr 29, 2015 | 8:00Why are high school teachers in Sudbury's English public schools on strike while their colleagues in most of the rest of the province are not? We asked Harvey Bischof of the Ontario Secondary School Teachers' Federation for his thoughts on the matter.
Morning North - No change to HCI "slush" funds in SudburyApr 29, 2015 | 6:09Morning North No change to HCI "slush" funds in Sudbury Audio
Morning North No change to HCI "slush" funds in Sudbury Apr 29, 2015 | 6:09Greater Sudbury city council voted on the controversial $50-thousand Healthy Community Initiatives Funds. Making changes to the way the funds are distributed was debated, but in the end, council voted to keep things the same. We have some of that debate
Morning North - Backroads Bill - waterfall watchingApr 29, 2015 | 8:18Morning North Backroads Bill - waterfall watching Audio
Morning North Backroads Bill - waterfall watching Apr 29, 2015 | 8:18Backroads Bill a.k.a. Bill Steer joined us once again for another look at some northern gems in nature. This time around, Bill shared some great spots to do some waterfall watching.
Morning North - Award winning story about Vale beesApr 28, 2015 | 7:58Morning North Award winning story about Vale bees Audio
Morning North Award winning story about Vale bees Apr 28, 2015 | 7:58Some of our programming here at CBC Sudbury has been recognized with RTDNA awards. This year, four of our journalists received awards. One went to Markus Schwabe for this story about how Vale is using bees in its re-greening efforts.
Morning North - Northern city councilsApr 28, 2015 | 7:48Morning North Northern city councils Audio
Morning North Northern city councils Apr 28, 2015 | 7:48Some of the issues being discussed at city councils in the north... In Sudbury it was trails. In North Bay it was a struggling summer festival. Sault Ste. Marie debated a report on the books of the health unit. In Timmins, the mayor of was accused of lying.
Morning North - Dealing with drug resistant bacteriaApr 28, 2015 | 5:34Morning North Dealing with drug resistant bacteria Audio
Morning North Dealing with drug resistant bacteria Apr 28, 2015 | 5:34The CBC's Megan Thomas introduces us to Ron Romanko who shares his story about a close call with an antibiotic-resistant infection after a procedure at Health Sciences North. This is the first instalment in this series about drug resistant bacteria.

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