February 6, 2013

The Story From Here

A biologist warns that without mining and hunting restrictions, the once mighty George River caribou herd faces extinction. A First Nation reserve near Ottawa offers its perspective on the "Idle No More" movement, and we hear the inspiring story of a cancer patient who is reaching out to help others. The sticky note bandit has been caught, and ice fishers in Saguenay worry new rules may take the fun out of their sport. Host Anthony Germain rounds out this radio variety program with the profile of a British woman who encourages travel to Canada in winter, and a warning from the streets of Ottawa about an addictive drug called fentanyl.

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