Connecting and reflecting Northern Ontario with a mix of stories and music. Up North weekdays from 4:00 to 6:00 PM ET.
Updated: Nov. 19, 2019
How a man from North Bay ended up running the worlds largest dark web child abuse site, and how he was found out
Hear about why a group of women with lived experience in sex work is putting on a performance in Sudbury
Imagine having to make a choice on whether to buy food or menstrual cycle products. A woman in Timmins is looking to help those in that situation.
Planning for retirement? This Sudbury life coach says we need to think and talk about it long before it happens.
The community of Wahnipitae First Nation no longer have to leave their community for primary health care.
A group of local Thunder Bay restaurants are taking part in a mouth-watering challenge this month
Reaction from northerners about the new recommendations to improve autism services in the province.
Meet two artists and designers who are showcasing their work at Timmins' first Indigenous Fashion show this Saturday
Find out how a specialized analytics program at Cambrian College is going to help Greater Sudbury Utilities sort through all their data to make better decisions.
A champion cyclist from Thunder Bay is encouraging people to support the Special Olympics Canada Winter Games in February
Robinson-Huron Treaty Litigation Fund spokesperson says settlement could mean increased resource sharing with First Nations
North Bay forum explores themes of connectivity and the need for all people need to work together
Women in engineering are gathering at Laurentian University this weekend to show girls to the diverse jobs in the field
Indigenous languages in northern Ontario: Moose Factory Cree teacher Greg Spence teaches us some autumn words
'Our Hearts At Home' campaign aims to raise $14M so people can have bypass surgery or aortic aneurysm repaired in Thunder Bay
'People need to come and laugh a little bit' — Powassan Players to perform 'No Body Like Jimmy' starting Oct. 21
New program at Northern College in Timmins will train people to help skilled workers with disabilities or workplace challenges
5 Matawa First Nations communities now have renewed optimism after a $30M broadband announcement by Premier Ford today in Thunder Bay
Wiikwemkoong student Symone Peltier shares how she copes with the transition to big city life in Toronto
Public Health Sudbury and District nurse Sylvie Plumstead talks about a recent spike in overdoses in Greater Sudbury
Thunder Bay's Regional Food Distribution Association brings together stakeholders, partners to envision the future of food banks
Ontario Regional Chief RoseAnne Archibald weighs in on this year's federal election campaign and the Indigenous vote
Second phase of a case involving treaty annuities for First Nations in northern Ontario is underway in Sudbury
Ontario's Chief Coroner Dirk Huyer talks about new investigation into deaths of nine Indigenous people in Thunder Bay
Forests Ontario CEO Rob Keen chats about the importance of tree planting for climate change mitigation
Sudbury students take part in summit to learn what it means to stand up for yourself — and others — when it comes to mental health
Medical cannabis and seniors: Is it a good option for treating chronic pain? This doc thinks it's worth trying
Small police boards worry about changes the Conservative government is proposing to make to Ontario's Police Services Act
5th Annual Building Reconciliation Forum underway at Algoma University features guest speaker Ted Nolan
After 10 years of fundraising, a nuclear imaging machine that diagnoses cancer is now running in Sudbury
Up North CBC's political panel weighs in on the final English-language debate of the federal election campaign
HOOKED: Sudbury's Eric Cashmore talks about navigating rehab, and advocating for others who need help
Toronto's Against the Grain Theatre is bringing opera to new audiences across the country -- including northern Ontario
Indigenous languages in northern Ontario: Why it's important for these parents to name their kids in their Indigenous language
Online training program aims to educate health care workers about biases Indigenous women may experience in the health care system
Lakehead University opens outdoor classroom as part of the institution's first sustainability plan
The Ministry of Training, Colleges, and Universities is asking workforce planning boards across the province to identify projected shortages in skilled trades in the next five years
Up North's political panel weighs in on the latest happenings with the federal election campaign
Sault Ste. Marie residents demand more information about a proposed ferrochrome smelter in the city
Marking Orange Shirt Day in Thunder Bay with a powerful exercise that offers people new insight on Canadian history