Jun 10, 2015 | 24:59The Story From Here JUNE 10, 2015 Part One Audio
The Story From Here JUNE 10, 2015 Part One Jun 10, 2015 | 24:59A Sudbury couple on canoe trip takes a photo that turns out to be worth more than a thousand words, what a professor thinks Stephen Harper's choice of music says about him and two people from Kamloops adopt dogs from Kuwait.
Jun 24, 2015 | 27:28The Story From Here June 24, 2015 Part Two Audio
The Story From Here June 24, 2015 Part Two Jun 24, 2015 | 27:28Annual Cow Dog Trial in Vanderhoof B.C., Happy Valley Goose Bay woman turns her yard into a playground for squirrels and a Montreal PhD student is learning about the secret language of chipmunks with the help of Russian spy microphones.
May 6, 2015 | 25:00The Story From Here MAY 6, 2015 Part One Audio
The Story From Here MAY 6, 2015 Part One May 6, 2015 | 25:00Toronto couple develops a method to protect their relationship from renovation stress, Calgary couple endures Air BnB home wrecking nightmare and Labrador City couple laid off and dreams are shattered.
Jun 10, 2015 | 27:28The Story From Here JUNE 10, 2015 Part Two Audio
The Story From Here JUNE 10, 2015 Part Two Jun 10, 2015 | 27:28Brian Murray, general manager of the Ottawa Senators wins award for his openess about his colon cancer, Rachel Brouwer, and grade eight student from Halifax wins science fair award, two Regina men hope to travel by rickshaw through South America and partic
May 13, 2015 | 25:00The Story From Here MAY 13, 2015 Part One Audio
The Story From Here MAY 13, 2015 Part One May 13, 2015 | 25:00Bill Ayotte, 71, receives the Star of Courage for wrestling a polar bear and saving a woman's life, two flight attendants reminisce on the 1979 flight with Vietnamese boat people to Ottawa, is the Dadbod a thing and world laughter day
Mar 23, 2011 | 27:26The Story From Here March 23, 2011 - Part 2 Audio
The Story From Here March 23, 2011 - Part 2 Mar 23, 2011 | 27:26Marissa Goodwin of Ottawa tells us what it's like to be in Sendai, Japan after the earthquake. Susan Mercer, a Newfoundland native, is six months pregnant, yet she vows to travel from her home in southern Japan to the north to rescue stranded animals despite radiation and other risks. Students at the University of Alberta in Edmonton also want to help so they hold a fundraiser. David McCann is waiting for a call. He's originally from New Brunswick but now teaches at McMaster University, specializing in disaster response medical care. And finally, the people of Nunavut try to decide whether the risk of uranium mining is worth the economic benefits.