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NL: On The Go

 

NL: On The Go

On The Go has now been on the air for 30 years, bringing Newfoundlanders and Labradorians stories from every nook, cranny and cove in the province.

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Airport kitchen party perpetuates 'goofy Newfie' stereotype

Newfoundland columnist Robin Short says the spontaneous jam session was embarrassing.

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LGBTQ Canadians await apology

Next Tuesday, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau will be apologizing to LGBTQ military and government employees for losing their jobs.

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The hidden power of food

In Canada we waste about a third of the food we produce. Yet four million Canadians experience food insecurity.

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The story of a recipe that survived the Holocaust

In the Ravensbruck women's concentration camp, Rebecca Teitelbaum risked her life to write down every recipe she could remember.

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The reasons behind NL's sky-high opiod prescription rates

Dr. Bruce Hollett says NL's high number of senior citizens may be a factor.

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Mei Han plays the zheng on OTG

One of the world's foremost zheng players drops by to entertain us with one of the oldest of Chinese traditional instruments.

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No licence, no insurance but $40,000 in fines!

NL Justice minister Andrew Parson on how to bring drivers with sky-high fines to heel

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Hibernia at 20

NL Oil Industry veteran Max Ruelokke reflects on the legacy of the province's first oil field.

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The Unaccessible Aquarena

Tom Murthy faces challenges even getting into the MUN facility

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[mp3 file: runs 00:08:38]


Defining Dangerous Offender Status

Lawyer Kathleen O'Rielly explains how Sofyan Boalag, or anyone, can be declared a dangerous offender.

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Do we have a double standard when it comes to sexual assault?

Lawyer Lynn Moore on how the NL justice system - and public - treats sexual assaults differently depending on who the attacker is.

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Banning plastic bags not so simple, says Eddie Joyce

NL's Minister of Environment says "there's more to it than that".

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Board of Trade calls for development fee "holiday"

The chair of the SJBOT says developers have paid more than their fair share.

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In search of Lois Lane

A Labrador West man is trying to track down an old yearbook with Margot Kidder's picture.

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Big changes to Blue Zone parking in NL

As part of Access Denied, OTG talks with Blue Zone advocate, Craig Reid.

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Tedwalks: Rev. Robert Cooke

The priest in charge of St. Mark's Anglican Church talks about faith and doubt and how the big questions have so few answers.

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Meet an award-winning medical student with big plans and lots of hope for NL.

Michael Bartellas has won a Charles Tabachnick Canadian Medical Hall of Fame Award. Here's why.

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A new study of Indigenous DNA rewrites the NL history books.

Molecular anthropologist Ana Duggan co-authors study that says the Maritime Archaic and Beothuk peoples came to Newfoundland independently.

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The CEO of the Rooms on changes at the facility

Dean Brinton responds to criticism aired on On The Go.

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Changes at The Rooms

Former art gallery director voices concerns about the future of the gallery.

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Tedwalks: Joanna Barker

The young singer/songwriter talks about sexism in the music industry, growing up in a large indigenous family and the day they met the Pope.

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Girls and their Frenemies

Australian educator Linda Stade on relational aggression between school age girls.

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Looking North (3 of 3): Arctic Explorers and Indigenous Knowledge

Inspired by the St. John's Inuit Blanche: CBC NL examines a complicated past.

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Looking North (2 of 3): Arctic Tourism

Inspired by the St. John's Inuit Blanche; CBC NL finds tourism charting a careful course towards the future.

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First Snow, Last Light

Renowned author Wayne Johnston talks about and reads from, his new novel​.

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Looking North (1 of 3): Housing in the Arctic

Inspired by the St. John's Inuit Blanche; CBC NL seeks a 21st century house for the North.

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Tedwalks: Susan MacDonald

A talk about life and death with Eastern Health's Medical Director of Palliative Care.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:00:32]


The District that voted to keep the churches

Former Placentia-St. Mary's MHA Anthony Sparrow on the 1997 referendum.

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Surviving Hurricane Maria

Two St. John's men with tales to tell from the Caribbean island of Dominica.

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The man behind the vote that tossed the churches out

Ted talks with former NL premier Brian Tobin about the 1997 school referendum.

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The vote that tossed the churches out

On The Go takes a look at the referendum that changed NL's education system.

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Tedwalks: Ashley Martin-Hanlon

Where do fashion, puberty and electric wheelchairs meet? At the local mall, of course.

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What's it like being on a small town council in NL?

We talk to three mayors about the challenges they face.

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Bonavista Rising 3: Omar Badrin

Making art with a foot in two worlds.

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Bonavista Rising 2: Pam Hall

Turning knowledge into art.

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Bonavista Rising 1: Tina Randall

From the Port Rexton crab plant to the Trinity stage.

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As she says, It Could Happen To You!

Safety advocate Candace Carnahan pays a visit to On The Go

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Tedwalks: Holly Hogan

Ted hikes Signal Hill Trail with the sea bird biologist to talk about the power of the ocean, the language of birds and poetry.

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Stopping people from dying on Veterans Memorial Highway

Transportation minister Steve Crocker on what can be done to lessen the carnage.

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Tedwalks: Dana Warren

Ted talks with life coach Dana Warren about the benefits of walking, both mental and physical.

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Newfoundland and Labrador Population Problem

The Harris Centre's Keith Storey says NL's population is getting smaller and older and there seems to be no way to reverse the trend.

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Questions to ask your municipal candidates

St. John's resident John Fitzgerald says politicians need to start thinking things through before they vote.

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Crowd funding campaign established a for surviving member of family

A young girl who lost her parents and brother in a tragic collision on the Avalon peninsula, will be the beneficiary of a newly-created trust fund set up by friends of her mother.

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Remembering Peter Young P Eng,

Robert Young, photographer and son of Peter Young, recalls his fathers life and the desire to make a difference in the world.

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Looking for a nice place to eat?

Local native, Amie Watson is the founder of a new app called "Feed Me".

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Salaam B'y - A Story of a Muslim Newfoundlander

Aatif Baskanderi is a Muslim Newfoundlander is who is touring the province next month to tell people about this place and its affects on him.

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