Ottawa MorningMany big events - like the upcoming Pan Am Games - count on volunteers to run smoothlyJul 6, 2015 | 7:20Many big events - like the upcoming Pan Am Games - count on volunteers to run smoothly. But do those unpaid positions deserve a salary? A labour lawyer argues some organizers may be breaking Ontario's employment laws
Ottawa MorningOttawa Morning listeners croon the blues to win festival ticketsJul 6, 2015 | 4:13Ottawa Morning asked its listeners to call in and sing the blues to win tickets to Bluesfest, and the results were, well... have a listen.
Ottawa MorningFrom door-to-door, to one big mailboxJul 6, 2015 | 5:59From door-to-door, to one big mailbox. More Ottawa neighbourhoods are getting community mail boxes. We check back in with one of the first to make the switch, and ask how it's working out, in Beaverbrook.
Ottawa MorningMunicipal lawyer breaks down pothole claimsJul 6, 2015 | 7:22If you drive in this city, you've likely hit a bump in the road. So who covers the cost of repair? Municipal lawyer and former councillor Stéphane Émard-Chabot breaks down the rules behind pothole damage claims.
Ottawa MorningArtist on the racetrackJul 3, 2015 | 6:17If you've ever seen Jimmie Johnson's #48 cruise around a NASCAR speedway, you've also seen Brendan Droppo's work. Ottawa Morning meets the local man with a passion for painting race cars.
Ottawa MorningRest in peace, Goody the bullJul 3, 2015 | 5:17Ottawa Morning hears how the Goody, the Agriculture and Food Museum's iconic Hereford bull, is being remembered after he died Canada Day at the age of 18.
Ottawa MorningHe was in the profession of perfecting smilesJul 3, 2015 | 3:05He was in the profession of perfecting smiles ... now, he just wants to make you laugh. We'll meet the dentist-turned-clown who's performing this week at Cirque du Soleil.
Ottawa MorningIt's been called a breakthroughJul 3, 2015 | 8:53It's been called a breakthrough -- Health Canada's website now says breathing in any kind of asbestos can cause cancer and other diseases. But is the new wording enough to protect the public? We'll hear why there's now a push for a complete ban on asbest
Ottawa MorningBeing a dad to a 2-year-old is hard enough, without juggling a musical careerJul 3, 2015 | 12:03Being a dad to a 2-year-old is hard enough, without juggling a musical career. Luke Nicholson, on mixing music and fatherhood. He'll be by this hour, with a live performance in studio 12.
Ottawa MorningOne visually impaired civil servant who's had enoughJul 2, 2015 | 7:57Visually-impaired civil servants say the federal government hasn't given them the correct tools to do their job. The CBC'S Julie Ireton has the story of one worker who's fed up.
Ottawa MorningAnother Canada Day, come and goneJul 2, 2015 | 3:58Another Canada Day, come and gone. We got weird and wonderful suggestions -- on how to make it even better next time. In honour of Canada's upcoming 150th birthday, we asked for some ideas -- and you delivered.
Ottawa MorningA new documentary putting Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne under the spotlight, may soon see the light of dayJul 2, 2015 | 8:19A new documentary putting Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne under the spotlight, may soon see the light of day. Rob Benzie will bring us the latest on that, as well as the controversy sparked when local MPP Lisa MacLeod marched in the Toronto Gay Pride par