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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.

  • 05:14
    Halfway through its 10-year homelessness plan, the city of Greater Sudbury is conducting a review. The community services committee is still tweaking the plan. City councillor, Deb McIntosh is on the committee. She spoke with the CBC's Jamie-Lee McKenzie about the current plan and what she thinks of it.
    Mar 18, 2019
  • 08:11
    The current testing method being used in a street drug testing program in Sudbury is running into problems. The presence of multiple drugs in the samples are causing unexpected results. Julie Gorman, the Interim Executive Director of the Sudbury Action Centre for Youth, joined us to explain the problem in more detail and to talk about how testing methods can be adapted to deal with it.
    Mar 18, 2019
  • 06:51
    Another downtown Sudbury store is closing its doors for good. After 25 years in business, the fair trade store Village International is set to close its doors for good. Pauline Loyer has been working at Village International pretty much since the beginning. She joined us in studio to explain why it has to close.
    Mar 18, 2019
  • 07:05
    Owning a pet isn't cheap. Neither is having your pet spayed or neutered. An animal hospital from southern Ontario is coming to northern Ontario in April. They're holding a low-cost spay/neuter clinic for dogs and cats owned by low-income people. The CBC's Sandy Siren joined us with more details.
    Mar 18, 2019
  • 11:50
    Garry of Sudbury shares some comments, and hopes to win a mug on the Morning North Mystery Game.
    Mar 15, 2019
  • 44:04
    This week we cover the closure of the Salvation Army's emergency men's shelter in Sudbury, reaction to a cell phone ban in schools, a Sudbury family wins big in custom car design, curler Kira Brunton is competing in two national championships.
    Mar 15, 2019
  • 08:09
    Singer-actor Leisa Way will be back in her childhood home with a revue show called Across the Pond. It's all about the British Invasion. The music and culture that permeated life in North America starting in the 1960s. She spoke with the CBC's Markus Schwabe about bringing another one of her productions to the Sudbury Theatre Centre.
    Mar 15, 2019
  • 08:29
    The new life centre closing in Sudbury means a loss of 22 beds for men needing emergency shelter. The John Howard Society says no city should be without an emergency shelter. He focuses on how inmates who are released from jail often don't have anywhere to go, so they end up in the shelter until they get back on their feet. With the shelter closing, this can become a major social issue in Sudbury. John Rimore is the Executive Director of the John Howard Society Sudbury. He spoke with the CBC's Markus Schwabe.
    Mar 15, 2019
  • 06:57
    Tomorrow afternoon, Andrew Caddell of Montreal will be in Sudbury to sell and sign copies of his book called "The Goal." It's a collection of stories about hockey...most of them relating to his family. He spoke with the CBC's Markus Schwabe.
    Mar 15, 2019
  • 05:08
    An enamel lapel pin bearing Jeopardy Host Alex Trebek's likeness is becoming a big seller this week after the Sudbury native announced he's fighting pancreatic cancer. You can buy the pin on-line from the Up Here organization. Christian Pelletier is a co-founder of Up Here and he describes how they came up with the idea a couple of years ago. He spoke to reporter Kate Rutherford about the resurgence in interest.
    Mar 15, 2019
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