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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.

  • 06:12
    The provincial deadline for municipalities to opt out of hosting a cannabis store has now passed. In the northeast, 12 communities have said no to having a cannabis store in their town. The CBC's Erik White told us which communities made that decision and why they chose to do so.
    Jan 23, 2019
  • 04:42
    Sudbury Liberal MP Paul Lefebvre politician is putting his love of history to work in a new book about World War 1. The title of his new book is Sudbury's Fallen Soldiers of World War 1. Paul Lefebvre was at the main branch of the Greater Sudbury Public Library to promote the new book. That's where the CBC's Casey Stranges spoke with him about it. Casey also spoke with Kristen Bertrand of the library's local history department.
    Jan 23, 2019
  • 03:22
    We check in with Timmins city council where two of the big controversial projects that saw the old council swept out in October were back before the new council... and some of the same old arguments ensued. We have a sample of that discussion.
    Jan 23, 2019
  • 05:53
    Doctors in the UK think that the genetic condition hemochromatosis may be a lot more common than previously thought. Our regular medical contributor Dr. Peter Lin joined us to explain just what hemochromatosis is and what the UK findings mean for you, even if you don't have it.
    Jan 23, 2019
  • 03:32
    This week's edition of One on One with Markus features a conversation with Sudbury's new deputy police chief. Sheilah Weber just started the job this month. She's the first woman to hold the position locally. You can hear about her rise up the ranks in the extended interview. Here are her responses to some more personal questions you won't get to hear in the extended interview.
    Jan 23, 2019
  • 15:49
    She's arrested dozens and dozens of criminals, she's had murderers confess their crimes, she's testified in several trials, and now she's the deputy chief of the Greater Sudbury Police Force. Sheilah Weber just started in her new role this month. Being a police officer is something she wanted to do even before taking the policing course at Cambrian College. Sheilah Weber is our guest for this edition of One on One With Markus.
    Jan 23, 2019
  • 16:42
    A feature interview with Ricus Grimbeek, the COO of Vale's North Atlantic Operations and Asian Refineries based in Copper Cliff, ON.
    Jan 22, 2019
  • 08:17
    Thanks to some recently announced changes by the Ontario government, students at colleges and universities will now have the option to opt-out of paying certain student fees. Tommi-Lee Gauthier is the president of the student union at Laurentian University. She joined us in studio to talk about how this change could affect student services.
    Jan 22, 2019
  • 06:45
    The Ontario Health Coalition says the province needs to better fund long term care homes. It says patients are suffering as a result of understaffing. Terry Martyn's wife lives at Pioneer Manor, a long term care home in Sudbury. He's also a member of the family council at the manor. He spoke with the CBC's Martha Dillman about some issues patients are facing as a result of staff shortages in particular.
    Jan 22, 2019
  • 08:57
    Staff at the Nipissing Sexual Assault Centre say the list people seeking counseling just keeps growing. The Amelia Rising sexual assault centre offers one-on-one and group counseling. The centre is seeing more and more cases of sexual violence among young people in the community. Brigitte Lebel, the executive director of the centre, told us more about what it does and why the demand for its service is growing.
    Jan 22, 2019
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