|Scouts Canada Commissioner and MHA Steve Kent tells John Furlong about his thoughts on the findings of a review on abuse within Scouts Canada.
Moratorium 20th: Bonavista Peninsula
|Twenty years after the cod moratorium, people on the Bonavista Peninsula are dealing with another set of fish plant closures. As part of our week-long series marking the anniversary, the CBC’s Heather Barrett takes a look at how people there are coping.
Capelin and cars
|The capelin are rolling this week and again this year traffic and capelin don’t mix. We hear from people on Middle Cove beach and from Logy Bay-Middle Cove-Outer Cove mayor John Kennedy about drivers trying to find somewhere to park their vehicles.
Photo: Lee Pitts (CBC)
Centre of St. John’s contest
|Lots of people entered our contest to pinpoint the exact centre of the city of St. John’s, but it’s a bigger challenge than most people thought. Our listeners offer their guesses, then Cec reveals the actual location.
This field marks the centre of St. John’s
Leonard Stick honoured
|You may never have heard of Leonard T. Stick, but a road in Bay Roberts was just named after him. His daughter, Hilda Morrow, gives guest-host John Furlong a look at her father’s life.
Photo: Bay Roberts Heritage Society.