CBC Newfoundland Morning with Bernice Hillier, Martin Jones
March 2, 2021: Woman says four-hour drive, round-trip, may cause people to skip COVID-19 testing, truckers are on the list for Phase Two Covid vaccination, "caretaker" status of NL government during election delays decisions, and Marble Mountain ski hill finally opens
March 1, 2021: Teachers' union members have questions about students' return to school, Newfoundland woman misses caring for children in Haiti, a documentary profiles rural physicians in NL, and Happy St. David's Day to people with Welsh heritage!
Feb. 26, 2021: Chiropractic patients can't access treatment under Level 5 restrictions. The life of a Black man from the 1800s known only by 'W.H'. Deidre Gillard-Rowlings receives the Rhonda Payne Theatre Award. Mallory Johnson and Twin Kennedy release a new song.
Feb. 25, 2021: Norm Mercer joins us to talk about NL's mining industry. Obesity Action is an organization tackling weight bias. Corner Brook is naming a soccer field after a dedicated volunteer. Allison Crowe talks about her role in an upcoming movie release.
Feb. 24, 2021: Our political panel weighs in on the election. Revenue Canada explains what you can and can't claim for your home office. Recent rapid testing clinics for COVID-19 have clued up. A new indoor adventure park is set to open in St. Lunaire-Griquet
Feb. 23, 2021: A pipefitter from Pasadena can't join the local union; Hotel Corner Brook offers rates for people who are self-isolating; increasing food security in NL with hydroponic gardens; an artist switches gears to keep working during the pandemic.
Feb. 22, 2021: NL rotational worker says Covid isolation rules back home are like "house arrest," woman with brain tumour can't get neurologist appointment, psychologist offers tips for online learning space, and Belgian man asks about NL Mi'kmaq WWI soldier
Feb. 19, 2021: Western Health conducts testing and adjusts procedures amid latest Covid alert level, truckers say they're targets of the "blame game," artists create tributes to Dr. Janice Fitzgerald, and a dance studio makes the leap to online classes
Feb. 18, 2021: Health authorities battle Covid-19 and meet regular health needs, some parents who want their kids in Kindergarten French Immersion say there might not be room, Corner Brook considers a mail-in council election, and an NL book will reach the moon!