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September 2011 Archives

Thunder Bay Culture

Coming up... it's an on-air culture clash. We're asking whether Thunder Bay's culture is more about hunting, hockey-skates or harmonies
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Ontario Election - Health Care


Healthcare hassles Many people in the city struggle to find family health care. We'll hear what some of the people who work in the system have to say about it.


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North VS South

Will the Real Thunder Bay please stand up? This time, is Thunder Bay ignored by southern Ontario?
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Healthy Change

How a program to help people in Northwestern Ontario with chronic conditions changed one woman's life.
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The Scars of Mercury

Judy DaSilva from Grassy Narrows First Nation has just returned from Japan for a special screening of "The Scars of Mercury."
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Tim Hudak in Thunder Bay

The Progressive conservative party leader visited Thunder Bay during the Ontario Provincial election campaign.

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Mental Health - Ontario Election 2011

There's a lot of talk about health care on the campaign trail. But a health issue that affects many people in Thunder Bay isn't getting much play in the party platforms.
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Will the Real Thunder Bay Please Stand Up?

Our smart panel on the future of Thunder Bay's economy. Are we moving towards a knowledge based economy?

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Celebrate 75 years of the Art of Broadcasting: Oct. 1

Join us on Saturday, October 1st from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. when we open the doors to CBC Radio at 213 Miles Street East. (Between Simpson and May Streets.)

We're celebrating 75 years of public broadcasting, as well as Culture Days.

Stop by and meet Superior Morning host Lisa Laco and Voyage North host Jordan Lester, along with other CBC personalities.

Take a tour of our newsroom and studios to see how radio is made. You'll have the chance to sit in front of a microphone and record a birthday greeting or share your favourite CBC moment. We have free memory sticks for the first 100 people.

A diverse group of local performers will provide entertainment throughout the day.
Kids can keep active at the Artzooka craft station.
And we'll have draws for CBC merchandise, including special prize packs for the first three 75-year-olds to come through our doors.

Birthday cake and beverages top off the party.

Performers' Schedule:
10 a.m. Bonnie Couchie
11 a.m. Robin Ranger
11:45 Kam Valley Fiddlers
1 p.m. Paramount Live: Children's Theatre Troupe
2 p.m. Jamie Smith and the Auditor General
3 p.m. Baytone Quartet

*Non-perishable food items for the Regional Food Distribution Association are appreciated.

The Ontario Medical Association

Dr. Stewart Kennedy, president of The Ontario Medical Association on Health Care as an election Issue
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Stefan Hall - His Health Care Journey

Are you getting the health care you need?
For one Thunder Bay man it came at quite the personal cost... we'll hear his story

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Provincial Election - Health Care

CBC reporter Nicole Ireland takes a look at what the leading parties are promising to do about health care and the candidates here in the Northwest are saying. (9:54 secs)
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Provincial Election - Energy Costs

CBC reporter Jeff Walters looks into how each major party will help Northerners battle the energy costs.
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Will The Real Thunder Bay Please Stand Up?

Are we a generous city?
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Time Capsule

A Blast from the past. A time capsule discovered at a former elementary school in Thunder Bay school brings back memories for a former student... now retired in Victoria.
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A Special Walk

we'll head to the banks of the McIntyre River where a special ceremony honours the First Nations students who have died in its waters, and aims to prevent similar tragedies.

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Fort Albany Farmer's market

We'll join the crowd at the farmer's market in Fort Albany. And find out what local food means in a remote community.

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Will The Real Thunder Bay Please Stand Up?

Our first question? It's all about taking a closer look at who we are as a city. Today we're asking: Are we young or old?
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How To Design A T Shirt

We at Superior Morning need your ideas for a T shirt that symbolizes our new name. And we go to the experts for advice.
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Geoff Miller

On this Labour Day, we'll talk with a Thunder Bay worker who's on the job far from home. He's been helping to restore power to parts of the United States hit hard by Hurricane Irene
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