Morning North | Jan 25, 2013 | 8:10

Who will be the next Premier of Ontario?

Ontario Liberals will be choosing their new leader over the weekend. We get some analysis of what we can expect leadership convention from the CBC's provincial affairs specialist Robert Fisher.

Now Playing on CBC Radio Help Refresh

Live audio streams for phones and tablets: Radio One and CBC Music (Radio 2, Radio 3 and more)

CBC Radio One

Listen Live Ottawa change

CBC Radio 2

Listen Live Eastern change

CBC Radio 3

Listen Live Radio 3
Morning North - Flooding evacuation underway in KashechewanApr 23, 2015 | 2:15Morning North Flooding evacuation underway in Kashechewan Audio
Morning North Flooding evacuation underway in Kashechewan Apr 23, 2015 | 2:15The most vulnerable people in the community of Kashechewan are being evacuated because of concerns over flooding. There are fears the dykes which are protecting the community could fail due to damage. We heard from Charlie Angus, the MP for the area.
Morning North - Final Mainstage Production at STC Italian themed comedyApr 23, 2015 | 10:55Morning North Final Mainstage Production at STC Italian themed comedy Audio
Morning North Final Mainstage Production at STC Italian themed comedy Apr 23, 2015 | 10:55"In Piazza San Domenico" is the tilte of the final mainstage production of the season at the Sudbury Theatre Centre. Markus Schwabe spoke with three of the actors in the production and brought back a sample of the comedy.
Morning North - Report from Queen's Park - Gilles BissonApr 23, 2015 | 6:52Morning North Report from Queen's Park - Gilles Bisson Audio
Morning North Report from Queen's Park - Gilles Bisson Apr 23, 2015 | 6:52We spoke with the MPP for Timmins-James Bay for our Report from Queen's Park. The NDP's Gilles Bisson spoke to us about the evacuation in Kashechewan, his expectations for the provincial budget and the recent Sudbury riding byelection controversy.
Morning North - Making a living playing squashApr 23, 2015 | 7:17Morning North Making a living playing squash Audio
Morning North Making a living playing squash Apr 23, 2015 | 7:17Professional Squash Association World Tour squash players are in Sudbury for the Northern Ontario Open PSA tournament. Markus Schwabe checked out the event and spoke with a couple of players about making a living playing squash.
Morning North - Proposed Habitat for Humanity duplex causing controversy in EspanolaApr 23, 2015 | 9:05Morning North Proposed Habitat for Humanity duplex causing controversy in Espanola Audio
Morning North Proposed Habitat for Humanity duplex causing controversy in Espanola Apr 23, 2015 | 9:05A duplex proposed by Habitat for Humanity that was supposed to house two low income families has been rejected by town council in Espanola. We spoke about the issue with Ellen Frood of Habitat for Humanity and with town councilor Stewart Meikleham.
Morning North - The first battle involving Canadians in World War IApr 22, 2015 | 8:06Morning North The first battle involving Canadians in World War I Audio
Morning North The first battle involving Canadians in World War I Apr 22, 2015 | 8:06It was 100 year ago today that the first battle involving Canadians in World War I happened. John Hetherington of North Bay thinks the event should be recognized. He shared more details about that battle with us.
Morning North - Contract talks for English public board secondary school teachersApr 22, 2015 | 9:23Morning North Contract talks for English public board secondary school teachers Audio
Morning North Contract talks for English public board secondary school teachers Apr 22, 2015 | 9:23The Rainbow School Board in Sudbury is preparing for a potential secondary school teachers strike We spoke with Michael Barrett of the Ontario Public School Boards' Association to find out how talks are going at the provincial level.
Morning North - Reaction to the federal budget from northern mayorsApr 22, 2015 | 9:00Morning North Reaction to the federal budget from northern mayors Audio
Morning North Reaction to the federal budget from northern mayors Apr 22, 2015 | 9:00We called the mayor of Timmins, Steve Black, the mayor of Sault Ste. Marie, Christian Provenzano and the mayor of North Bay, Al McDonald for reaction to the federal budget. We also aired some of Greater Sudbury mayor Brian Bigger's thoughts on the budget.
Morning North - Fighting the release of Alex KlemApr 22, 2015 | 11:35Morning North Fighting the release of Alex Klem Audio
Morning North Fighting the release of Alex Klem Apr 22, 2015 | 11:35Alex Klem was found not criminally responsible for shooting a man in downtown Sudbury. He's before an Ontario Review Board asking for more freedom. We heard from one of his victims about why she's fighting his release.
Morning North - Greater Sudbury - a happy placeApr 22, 2015 | 3:21Morning North Greater Sudbury - a happy place Audio
Morning North Greater Sudbury - a happy place Apr 22, 2015 | 3:21Statistics Canada says Sudbury has the highest percentage of people rating their life satisfaction as 9 or 10 out of 10. The idea has been getting some play in the national media. The CBC's Megan Thomas looked at the numbers and what's being said about them.
Morning North - Greater Sudbury popular target for civil lawsuitsApr 22, 2015 | 7:54Morning North Greater Sudbury popular target for civil lawsuits Audio
Morning North Greater Sudbury popular target for civil lawsuits Apr 22, 2015 | 7:54CBC reporter Erik White discusses the rising number of lawsuits facing the City of Greater Sudbury and how this is an example of how Canadians are becoming like their neighbours to the south.
Morning North - Northern city councilsApr 21, 2015 | 7:54Morning North Northern city councils Audio
Morning North Northern city councils Apr 21, 2015 | 7:54Sault Ste. Marie city council finalized its budget yesterday. In North Bay, airport expansion plans were discussed. In Timmins, the mayor reacted to the return of the Connecting Link program, and in Cobalt, the future of the town's arena is on the agenda
Morning North - Marymount Academy cancer fundraiser for one of their ownApr 21, 2015 | 7:00Morning North Marymount Academy cancer fundraiser for one of their own Audio
Morning North Marymount Academy cancer fundraiser for one of their own Apr 21, 2015 | 7:00Grade 12 student Jazmin Ayotte was diagnosed with cancer at age 16. She's now fighting stage 4 cancer. A fundraising campaign at her school, Marymount Academy, will help pay for her treatment. Jazmin joined us in studio with her friend Katherine.
Morning North - Coroner's inquest into 2011 mining deaths at Stobie MineApr 21, 2015 | 6:21Morning North Coroner's inquest into 2011 mining deaths at Stobie Mine Audio
Morning North Coroner's inquest into 2011 mining deaths at Stobie Mine Apr 21, 2015 | 6:21A long awaited inquest into the deaths of miners Jordan Fram and Jason Chenier at Vale's Stobie Mine in 2011 has begun. CBC reporter Kate Rutherford is covering the inquiry. She joined us in studio to tell what happened on the first day of the inquiry.
Morning North - Sudbury man institutionalized after shooting someone asking for more freedomApr 21, 2015 | 3:48Morning North Sudbury man institutionalized after shooting someone asking for more freedom Audio
Morning North Sudbury man institutionalized after shooting someone asking for more freedom Apr 21, 2015 | 3:48Alex Klem shot Tony Monteleone 5 years ago, then allegedly targeted two sisters. He was found not criminally responsible and institutionalized. He's asking the Ontario Review Board for more freedom. One of the two sisters spoke to us about the hearing.

2 of 34