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Ontario Morning from CBC Radio with Wei Chen

Ontario Morning tells you what's happening in your world - whether it's down the road or around the globe.Get the latest national and international news on World Report and local newscasts on the half-hour.

  • 34:02
    Marketplace host David Commons previews their story on the lack of standards for training truck drivers; 100th anniversary of the Petawawa Research Forest; Google is being challenged by Canada's Privacy Commissioner over the 'right to be forgotten'; 'Living Hyphen' a new magazine that celebrates the lives of hyphenated Canadians; Bob McKeown of 'the fifth estate' describes how the tests that determined that seat belts in school buses are unnecessary may have been flawed.
    Oct 12, 2018
  • 49:58
    The importance of teaching girls and boys the concept of consent in sexual situations; The CBC's Queen's Park reporter Mike Crawley discusses what initiatives we might expect next from the Ford government; U-N study on the economic cost of extreme weather events; Canada's largest commemoration of the 1918 Armistice is taking place in Cobourg; Dead dog gets voter registration card; Family doctor Peter Lin on the approaching flu season; Colin Butler goes foraging for pawpaws.
    Oct 11, 2018
  • 52:42
    Doctors' mental health; Fighting 'fake news'; Alarming number of drowning deaths in the Great Lakes; Source of alleged 'swatting' incident in Kansas tracked to Picton in Prince Edward County; Varied methods of voting in Ontario municipalities; Fall cook books; Efforts to rebuild the Sandy Pines Wildlife Refuge in Napanee; Grade 8 student from Huntsville talks about being a page in the legislature.
    Oct 10, 2018
  • 41:40
    The president of the Police Association of Ontario about how law enforcement officials are preparing to reduce risks on the roads when cannabis is legalized; Get outside! A Nature Conservancy of Canada survey reveals the majority of people would rather be inside; Ranked ballots to be used in the upcoming municipal election in London; Heaven Carbonell of Cornwall explains the need for onocology esthetics; Bill Blair, Canada's Minister of Border Security and Organized Crime Reduction answers questions of the legalization of recreational cannabis; Shortage of road salt.
    Oct 9, 2018
  • 41:09
    Kavanaugh Vote - Me Too Movement - Daughters of the Vote - CAA Pot Study- Bow Hunting
    Oct 5, 2018
  • 43:37
    Kids Physical Literacy - Illustrating Paul McCartney Childrens' Book - Queen's Park Report - Sharbot Lake Disaster Assistance - Exomoon - Thanksgiving Pies
    Oct 4, 2018
  • 47:42
    Gender Equality and Tech Industry - School Principals - Drug Prices - Muskoka Recycles - Fall Books - Giant Vegetables
    Oct 3, 2018
  • 56:40
    Dairy Farmer reacts to US-Mexico-Canada-Agreement - PREDICTIVE TOWING - POT TOURISM - how Canadian consumers will be affected by the USMCA - RECRUIT DOCTORS - Cathal Kelly author of Boy Wonders - popularity of cider
    Oct 2, 2018
  • 45:54
    culture of masculinity and entitlement - Huntsville tourism tax - NAFTA agreement - school board trustees - suspended drivers licenses - green school
    Oct 1, 2018
  • 59:11
    Jo-Anne Dusel, Executive Director of the Provincial Association of Transition Houses and Services of Saskatchewan explains what needs to be done about domestic violence in this country. Social media sites are adding more shopping components... but are we moving too far from its original purpose? CBC's Jason Osler explains. Alan Middleton, marketing expert from York University, talks about Weight Watchers' re-branding efforts. Lee Chapelle works with inmates through Canadian Prison Consulting and is here to discuss a new wave of outrage following Terri-Lynne McClintic's move to an Indigenous Healing Lodge. The curator for Tom Thomson Gallery in Owen Sound speaks on a new exhibition that allows locals to choose what goes on display. Michael Chaiton, a scientist with the Ontario Tobacco Research Unit, unpacks the new cannabis rules that allows users to smoke pot almost everywhere smoking tobacco is allowed. Our film reviewer Eli Glasner offers his thoughts on the new movie "Colette." Mayor Scott Aitchison give insight into why Huntsville looks more like a winter wonderland this weekend. And finally, there is a silent dance party happening in Barrie tonight and the organiser joins us to talk all about it.
    Sep 28, 2018
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