CBC Newfoundland Morning with Bernice Hillier, Martin Jones
July 27, 2021: Ledon Wellon tells her experience with in-vitro fertilization and why it should be accessible, Caitlin Urquhart calls for civilian oversight of police, Mike Martin details latest novel Safe Harbour, Yvette Lorraine premieres her song "Where Did You Go?"
July 26, 2021: Service NL Minister Sarah Stoodley discusses changes coming for motor registration, Dan Chaisson reacts after headache registering motorcycle, Dr. Anna Dominic talks sharp increase in eating disorders at Janeway Children's Hospital.
July 23, 2021: The future of Marble Mountain looking uncertain, Greg Janes is hoping to create a sweat lodge in Corner Brook, Meagan Philpott and Mishal Abdullah talk about newcomers to the province, and a minature sailboat lands on the province's south shore.
July 22, 2021: A new ferry on the horizon for Marine Atlantic, sisters in Benoit's cove revitalizing the Mi'kmaw culture in their community, RCMP commissioner Brenda Lucki explains policing in N.L., and 3-F Waste Recovery makes soap from moose bones.
July 21, 2021: New Rocky Harbour RCMP detachment opens, the Town of Grand Falls-Windsor is planning ways to honour Indigenous peoples, a Newfoundland woman living in Calgary comes home, and basketball star Carl English offers summer camp for kids
July 20, 2021: We'll ask why there was no emergency room doctor on duty on Fogo Island for a day recently, Cow Head town plan wins a national award, Heritage Society studies old buildings and Qalipu Medicine Bundle Project encourages and engages youth in Mi'kmaw culture
July 19, 2021: Port Aux Basques mayor disappointed that Marine Atlantic headquarters will not move there, veterinarian advises against people feeding raw meat to their dogs, and a colouring book helps people talk to others about death
July 16, 2021: Locked out CUPE municipal workers in Grand Falls-Windsor explain their side, City of Corner Brook offers accommodations rebates, back-country cabin owner sees many unprepared trekkers, and Terra Nova National Park blocks areas due to forest fire risk
July 15, 2021: The Town of Grand Falls-Windsor locks out its CUPE employees, Mi'kmaw group in Central Newfoundland celebrates its culture, couple have waited 17 months in a US hotel to get back to NL, and a skateboarding instructor teaches kids for free