CBC Newfoundland Morning with Bernice Hillier, Martin Jones
Feb. 26, 2020: Teachers' union says class size is increasing, NL gov't says it's not. Former prof keeps a database of Irish immigrants to NL, and playwright with a disability brings life experiences to the stage
Feb. 25, 2020: Power outage hits Gander hospital hard, video warns teens about dangers of vaping, heavy snow gives traction to snowmobile sales, and author Robert Munsch lends support to grieving families
Feb. 24, 2020: Cats at Green Bay dump need a little help. Understanding political gobbledygook. Recording the oral tradition with Rex Brown. A horse named Gander has even more in common with Newfoundland than his name.
Feb. 21, 2020: Kamutik W. ferry to replace the iced-in Qajaq W. indefinitely. Grenfell professor talks about the future of the Liberal Party. Special Olympics athlete from western Newfoundland to compete in Thunder Bay. The power of positivity in relationships.
Feb. 20, 2020: MP Scott Simms reacts to Premier Dwight Ball's resignation, minor hockey group finding its way out of huge debt, NL woman uses TikTok app to share her mental health challenges, and Labradorians share ferry frustrations
Feb. 19, 2020: Political panel ponders premier's departure, minister explains delay in land approval for port development, court ruling gives NL man hope in effort to bring Haitian girl into his family, and former high school basketball players rekindle their rivalry
Feb. 18, 2020: NL's premier is resigning - opposition leaders and former cabinet colleague Eddie Joyce weigh in. A town wonders what's taking so long to approve the land for a marine offshore base
Feb. 17, 2020: Rate increases planned for commercial traffic on Marine Atlantic Ferries, Health Coach Program unveiled by Central Health, Pasadena street names get the spotlight in a new book
Feb. 14, 2020: Government snow plow runs a delivery truck off the road, man saves cat from fire, NL Quarterly looking for emerging artists, relationship columnist Heather Delaney gives naysayers some advice