The Morning Edition - K-WUniversity of Guelph researchers updating veterinary medicineAug 14, 2015 | 4:51Theresa Bernardo, IDEXX chair of emerging technologies and bond-centred animal care, talks to host Craig Norris about using technology and social media to improve animal care.
The Morning Edition - K-WAn expert's take on the Ontario Retirement Pension PlanAug 13, 2015 | 6:58Keith Ambachtsheer, director emeritus of the Rotman International Centre for Pension Management, explains what Ontario's new pension plan means for employees and employers in the province.
The Morning Edition - K-WLow unemployment in Waterloo Region partially due to labour shortageAug 13, 2015 | 7:04Carol Simpson, executive director at the Workforce Planning Board of Waterloo Wellington Dufferin, says a labour shortage could be to blame for the region's enviable 5.1 per cent unemployment rate.
The Morning Edition - K-WRealistic post-baby bodiesAug 12, 2015 | 7:00Are images of perfect-body moms meant to be aspirational, motivational, or just depressing? Our parenting columnist Tenille Bonoguore spoke to a local professor who researches body image.
The Morning Edition - K-WSinging opens the door to education for Ugandan childrenAug 12, 2015 | 8:55Special Nabisubi talks to host Craig Norris about how the African Children's Choir is improving the lives of Ugandan children. The choir will be performing in Guelph this week.
The Morning Edition - K-WDDT levels in Elmira's Canagagigue Creek 2900 times higher than allowedAug 12, 2015 | 8:02The Chemtura Public Advisory Committee says that testing has revealed a larger than expected area of contamination along the Canagagigue Creek in Elmira, at the former site of the Chemtura chemical plant.
The Morning Edition - K-WLet the Beekeeper Games begin...Aug 11, 2015 | 7:34The University of Guelph will be a hive of activity as they host the Beekeeper Games. Craig Norris spoke with Paul Kelley, one of the organizers, about what the games are all about.
The Morning Edition - K-WNew taxi bylaw proposal heads to regional councilAug 11, 2015 | 6:26Waterloo Regional Council will hear a proposal for a new taxi bylaw that could make room on the road for taxi aternatives like Uber. Councillor Jane Mitchell spoke with Craig Norris about what's in the proposal.
The Morning Edition - K-WGord Rand bares soul and body in Oedipus RexAug 10, 2015 | 7:00The best actors bare their souls on stage. But few bare their souls AND bodies. Stratford Festival's production of Oedipus Rex ends with an extended nude scene that is both shocking and piercing. A scene actor and director felt was necessary to the show.
The Morning Edition - K-WReactorAug 7, 2015 | 6:35Startups in the idea phase now have a place to call home. Accelorator Centre CEO Paul Salvini tells us about Reactor, a new space for budding entrepreneurs with big ideas.
The Morning Edition - K-WWayne Wettlaufer's family pushing for by-election to fill his former seatAug 7, 2015 | 3:01The recent death of Waterloo Regional Councillor Wayne Wettlaufer means that there is now an empty seat on the council. Council call call a by-election (costing $100,000) or appoint someone to fill the seat until the next general election.
The Morning Edition - K-WBrubacher cousins complete 700km trek retracing Mennonite ancestor footstepsAug 7, 2015 | 5:05Cousins Erin Brubacher and Christine Brubaker have just completed a 700km walk from Pennsylvania to Waterloo, retracing the migration their ancestors made more than two centuries ago.
The Morning Edition - K-WKate Hennig's The Last Wife has world premiere at Stratford FestivalAug 5, 2015 | 6:55Before beginning previews in late July, no more than 50 people had ever seen Stratford Festival's The Last Wife. Now, the show is almost sold out. Find out why, in this interview with playwrite Kate Hennig.
The Morning Edition - K-WNew federal electoral boundaries have created new swing seats in OntarioAug 5, 2015 | 6:16Fifteen new ridings have been added in Ontario this election, and political scientist Barry Kay says these new ridings have created new swing seats in Ontario because they are largely in suburban areas that historically vote three ways.
The Morning Edition - K-WNestle looking to buy and pump water from the shuttered Middlebrook Water Co. siteAug 5, 2015 | 6:12Nestle wants to bottle Elora's water, but not without controversy. Hear water policy expert Robert de Loë's take.