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Morning North with Markus Schwabe

CBC Radio's Morning North is a weekday news and current affairs program hosted by Markus Schwabe.

  • 06:53
    There's another pitch for a pipeline in northern Ontario. A year after the Energy East oil pipeline was snuffed out, there is a plan to carry more natural gas across the northern wilderness. The CBC's Erik White spoke with the president of Gazoduq, the company hoping to run the pipeline across 65 kilometres of wilderness to the Quebec border.
    Dec 10, 2018
  • 10:25
    All food banks grapple with making sure they have enough food for everyone who's hungry. Some are now making sure people actually need what they are asking for by asking for proof. We heard from the executive director of Inner City Homes of Sudbury Mary Ali about how the issue is handled in Sudbury.
    Dec 10, 2018
  • 06:55
    For many students, their high school science project was what sparked an interest in science. The Sudbury Regional Science Fair has been igniting that interest in students for 50 years. CBC reporter Angela Gemmill spoke with the Chair of the Sudbury Regional Science Fair, Nicole Chiasson, about what they're doing to mark the milestone.
    Dec 10, 2018
  • 07:25
    Our Tech Matters columnist, Aaron Langille, joined us to talk about some good gadgets to get as Christmas gifts this year.
    Dec 10, 2018
  • 06:56
    OPP have arrested and charged over 100 people, including 11 youth in relation to child pornography and exploitation incidents. Ten of those people charged reside here in the northeast. We got more details from Signy Arnason, the Associate Executive Director of the Canadian Centre for Child Protection.
    Dec 7, 2018
  • 07:53
    Anita Gibson has been on a journey, from being banned from schools in the Rainbow School Board to being elected as their newest trustee. We asked Anita Gibson to talk about why she was banned and to share some of her plans now that she's a trustee.
    Dec 7, 2018
  • 06:40
    We'll be broadcasting from St. Andrew's Place in downtown Sudbury for our annual Sounds of the Season show. A lot of music is on the schedule, including some music that will actually be composed during the show, The CBC's Erik White joined us in studio to tell us more with details about how you can help out.
    Dec 7, 2018
  • 07:02
    The holiday classic Baby It's Cold Outside is causing quite a discussion. Is it a song of flirtation or is it about unwanted sexual advances and maybe more. Rogers, Bell and CBC Music decided not to make the song available for streaming. Some people can't understand why. Sudbury musician Jennifer Holub has been thinking about the song. She joined us for a conversation about all the controversy surrounding it.
    Dec 6, 2018
  • 05:58
    There are two new services available to students struggling with mental health at Cambrian College. The CBC's Kirthana Sasitharan found out more about the new psychotherapy services from Sue Tasse, the Manager of Clinical Services at CMHA- Sudbury/Manitoulin.
    Dec 6, 2018
  • 07:58
    Hearst town councillor Gaetan Baillargeon couldn't take his seat after being elected because he wouldn't swear an oath to the queen. We heard from an expert who says that has more to do with who the municipal clerk is than what it says in the constitution. Philippe Lagassé who teaches in the school of international affairs at Carleton University in Ottawa provided some context to the tradition of swearing an oath to the queen.
    Dec 6, 2018
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