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If you've been to a wedding this summer, you may have been surprised by who's performing the ceremony. Cultural historian Ainsley Hawthorn tells us about this new trend in marriage ceremonies.
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Did you know there's a newsletter in Her Majesty's Penitentiary? It provides insight on the inside... and has produced a poet who we meet through the CBC's Ariana Kelland.
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Courtroom moves to Signal Hill
A strange attempted murder case is playing out in St. John's ... but it's not just happening in the courtroom. Ryan Cooke takes us to Signal Hill where a judge held court on Friday.
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The Leafs took their training camp on the road
Adam Walsh is in Paradise where people are lining up to check out some Toronto Maple Leafs training camp action
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HMCS Cabot and Sept 11, 2001
Putting training in use: The Morning Show's Adam Walsh live from HMCS Cabot Naval Reserve Division with a look back 18 years ago to how the unit helped out in the aftermath of the terror attacks on 9-11.
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An expert in deaf education is stunned and saddened by the education being offered to deaf children in this province.
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Bahamas hurricane relief
Three Bahamian students at MUN are part of the local community doing what they can to help their home country in the aftermath of Hurricane Dorian.
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Cannabis Retailer of the Year award
It's like the Grammy's for the pot industry: The inaugural 'Grow Up Cannabis Awards' kick off this week in Niagara, and one local retailer is providing some smoking competition.
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Quality education for deaf children
English School District board member Peter Whittle speaks out about education for deaf children in the province.
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The doctors of tomorrow
The Morning Show's Adam Walsh heads to med school... to chat with a few students as a new year gets underway at Memorial University's Faculty of Medicine.
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Hurricane Dorian linesman
A retiree from NL Power is among hundreds of linesmen who have become storm-chasers, following the path of Hurricane Dorian at the ready to lend assistance in its wake.
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No quality of education for deaf student
A little boy who is deaf won't have a teacher fluent in American Sign Language this year. His mom, Kimberley Churchill, says it's not good enough.
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Grad school orientation
There's no shortage of student orientations going on this week... and that includes grad school at MUN. The Morning Show's Adam Walsh meets up with some new grad school students about starting a fresh chapter in studying... and life.
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"The Heart's Obsession"
It's a cosmic union between Newfoundland's international opera superstar Georgina Stirling and another Newfoundland opera star who is bringing her story to life...150 years later. Tonia Evans Cianciulli and her co-author grandfather Calvin Evans drop by to talk about their new book and the companion music that goes with it.
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Larry Dohey's "Archival Moments"
Provincial archivist and historian Larry Dohey was laid to rest on Monday. Now, one man who worked with Larry on his "Archival Moments" website is doing his part to ensure his historical insight lives on.
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Recently, one researcher sent up the warning flare that the RMS Titanic will be gone forever in 25 years. We explore what this means for tourism in the Atlantic region... in a world that is obsessed with all-things Titanic.
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It's not your grandmother's hooked rug... or maybe it is. A new exhibition at the NL Craft Council Gallery combines drag queens and queer culture with traditional Newfoundland crafts.
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Saving the bell
Why ask for permission when you can beg for forgiveness later? Adam Walsh with the story about a do-gooder who couldn't let a church artifact just rust away to nothing.
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NL nurse to help Ghanaian women
A follow to Monday's interview on the Africa Mercy Ship mission that brings medical care to places where people need it most. A woman from MUN nursing is also traveling to Africa to help women who have a stigmatizing and heartbreaking condition called obstetric fistula.
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Toslow knife attack
Toslow bar and restaurant on Duckworth Street is still closed following an attack last week that left three people with knife wounds. The Morning Show's Gavin Simms speaks with one of the owners to find out what happened.
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Long time, long distance pen pals
Their friendship started when they became pen pals - one in Germany and one here in Newfoundland. Now, more than 30 years later they're closer than ever. Adam Walsh brings us the story of the friendship between Carolyn and Birthe.
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Mercy Ships Canada volunteers
It's a giant floating hospital ship packed with volunteers from all over Canada.. except from this province. That's where Captain Mark Carew comes in: He's hoping to gather some fresh recruits from Newfoundland and Labrador to join him on a mission next year.
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Hong Kong protests
Coping with crisis from far away. Adam Walsh meets up with Adrian Ng - a student from Hong Kong - to hear his thoughts on the chaos happening in his home city.
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New downtown parking system
St. John's City Council is one step closer to its new payment system for parking downtown. Will it be better than the pay-by-phone method... and should we even have to pay for parking in the city? Councillor Debbie Hanlon drops by the studio to talk about the options for parking downtown.
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Beating the credit addiction
St. John`s credit counsellor Al Antle calls credit the "financial crack cocaine" for a majority of Canadians. The Morning Show's Adam Walsh meets up with him to talk about beating the addiction.
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Do Good to Lead Well
Being a good leader is all about being a good person says leadership expert, Amazon best-selling Forbes author and MUN psychology department alumni Craig Dowden. He chats with Krissy about his topic for a keynote speech he gave at a Board of Trade Lunch & Learn:session this past weekend: "Do Good to Lead Well - The Science and Practice of Positive Leadership."
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Hibernia platform spill
The Progressive Conservative Natural Resources critic David Brazil and NDP leader Alison Coffin drop by the studio to weigh in on this past weekend's oil spill on the Hibernia platform.
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Manna Bakery coffee roasting
Have roaster will travel: The Morning Show's Adam Walsh heads to Manna Bakery to meet Pierre du Ruelle - the guy who trains people to be master coffee roasters.
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On-street parking vs bike lanes
If you take away downtown parking spots, do you take away downtown business? That's what business owners in one city thought... until they found out otherwise. (Jamie Fitzpatrick with Brent Toderian, planning consultant and former chief planner for the city of Vancouver)
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Hibernia oil spill
Today we had extensive reaction to the 2,200 litres of oil and wastewater that spilled into the ocean from the Hibernia platform this past Saturday. First up is Scott Tessier - the president of the CNLOPB - this province's offshore regulator. Following that MUN seabird biologist Bill Montevecchi looks at the environmental impact. A little later in the show we speak with Scott Sandlin - president of the Hibernia Management Development Company (HMDC) and finally MUN biology professor Ian Jones rounds out the discussion.
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Ring lost... and then found (much later)
Adam Walsh has the story of how a boy got his grandfather's ring back a full year after thinking it was lost forever.
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Out of Earshot Festival
Sometimes all you need is good music and a handful of good people. That's where the Out of Earshot Festival comes in... where thinking small is part of the idea. Two of the festival organizers - Pepa Chan and Maria Peddle - drop by to explain.
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Adventure tourism website scam
Tourists trying to book a kayaking trip could be taken for a ride by a fake website. The former operator of Stan Cook Sea Kayak Adventures says the website at stancook.ca isn't his anymore, but it's still out there being run by someone else.
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Thousands of seabirds are dying in Alaska due to warming ocean temperatures
Should we use that as a warning sign for our ocean wildlife?
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There's a medical mystery at St. Claire's Hospital doctors here can't crack
They want to send the patient out of province, but there's a problem.
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The ultimate experience of Newfoundland summer
Dave Howells has spent many hours out on the ocean, camera in hand, looking for that perfect photo of whales at play.
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How does it feel to be born and raised into a climate crisis?
And what can we do now to turn things around? These are just a couple of the questions musician Tamara Lindeman (of the band The Weather Station) has been asking audiences across the country.
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Buzzing about bees
We'll take you on a honey bee hike in the Goulds.
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The star of Dildo, local songwriter John Reid.
On Wednesday night John debuted his Dildo song for the world - on Kimmel's show.
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A St. John's teen has been hanging out with the Prime Minister lately...no joke.
Conor McIsaac has just been named to the PM's Youth Council and he's already spent time with Justin Trudeau in Iqaluit and here in the city this week.
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He's a full-time student with a full-time business
So he's full-time busy. Now he's being recognized in a big way, for his initiative
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Why take a hike in the woods when you can take a bath there instead?
There's taking a walk in the woods.... but why stop there? How about taking a bath to soak it all in?
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Nearly a hundred scouts from the UK have been hanging out in the city for the past week
The gymnasium at O'Donnel High in Mount Pearl has been home to 80 young Scouts from the UK, for the past week.
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St. John's Morning Show - August 5 2019
What's the fallout when your vehicle blocks a blue zone parking spot?
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Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's visit to St. John's this week is not coming without criticism.
Trudeau spoke at a Liberal fundraiser last night, where he did not take questions from reporters. He was also met with a half dozen demonstrators as he entered MUN's Signal Hill Campus last evening.
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D.I.Y. underwear is the new fashion trend
If you can sew, Jenny Ambrose says you should be making underwear for the whole family.
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Tiddly for Carbonear, Cricket for Harbour Grace
The Morning Show's Adam Walsh checks out a couple of local sporting traditions.
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Fred the Cat is living the dream
Rescued from the dump, Fred has turned into a local celebrity.
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Bundles of joy, ready to wear
The St. John's Baby Clothes Library will be good for your wallet and good for the environment
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Musician Andrew O'Brien tells us how a car accident last year hurt his body, his voice and affected his mental health.
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A book about a Labrador residential school survivor is becoming a best seller in Poland.
CBC's Katie Breen explains why the book about Toby Obed is being called one of the best books ever written and published by a Polish author.
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Victoria Park Lantern Festival
As the sun sets Saturday evening, Victoria Park in St. John's will be shining bright. We check in with organizers as they put the finishing touches on this year's Lantern Festival, which is dedicated this year to long-time volunteer and board member Simon Lono.
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The first ever Camplify is happening this weekend just outside St. John's. There'll be concerts, food and yoga... and shuttle buses will be running participants to and from the adult summer camp . With all the info you need to get yourself to this secret summer festival in the woods, organizer Allison Collins and fire eater Susan Jarvis drop by the studio.
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Swimming Spots NL
Do you keep your favourite swimming places secret? Some outdoor enthusiasts are sharing their swimming pond knowledge.. and they want you to add your fave spot on the map! Jordan Young and Swervy Garland are the creators of the Facebook group Swimming Spots NL. (tinyurl.com/swimmapnl)
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"What Goes Around" for Chris Kirby
What's Chris Kirby been up to these days? He drops by to talk about his funky new record he will officially release this weekend in St. John's.
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Schindlers Listed: The Search for My Father's Lost Gold
Family secrets, buried gold .. and connections to the Nazis. Meet Dr. Mark Biederman and hear about his quest to uncover his family history.
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Hibernia oil spill update from the C-NLOPB
The person in charge at the Canada-Newfoundland and Labrador Offshore Petroleum Board, CEO Scott Tessier, drops by with the latest on the Hibernia oil spill off Newfoundland's shore.
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Go Getters NL
Would you be up for 3,000 hours of volunteer work? A group of under-30`s have committed to do just that. Go Getters engagement coordinator Lindsey Hynes and volunteer Kristen Whittle drop by to explain what this commitment is all about.
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Hibernia oil spill update
The president of the Hibernia Management and Development Company Ltd., Scott Sandlin, gives an update on the Hibernia platform spill including the cleanup efforts as well as what's known regarding the effect on wildlife and the environment.
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These are the Juanitas I know.
Chances are, if you're a Newfoundlander you know a Juanita. It's been a common name here for years... but why is a name with Spanish roots so popular in a province with Anglo-Irish roots? Well, it's a quirky tale that Ainsley Hawthorn has been researching for an article you can find on the CBC NL website
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Hibernia oil spill
There's been another oil spill offshore from Newfoundland - this time from Hibernia - causing a sheen nearly one kilometre (1 km) long. Seabird biologist Bill Montevecchi talks about what we know... and what the environmentalists are saying.
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Sydney whale rescue
This week a whale was spotted near St. John's Harbour entangled in fishing gear. There's a Newfoundlander in Australia, Justin Hawco, who dealt with a similar situation down under.
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New digs for the Mews Centre
The City of St. John's has a new location in mind for the community centre in the Mundy Pond area...and they want your input. Councillor Jamie Korab drops by to talk about where they hope to rebuild it - and why in that location.
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Botanical Garden puffins
What has about 2,500 plants and stands eight feet high? Meet the latest additions to MUN's Botanical Garden, and get a chance to name them.
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Signal Hill fence
There's been a lot of critical reaction to the new fence being installed near the Visitor's Centre on Signal Hill. St. John's East MP Nick Whalen drops by to chat with Fred Hutton about what he's been hearing.
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Air passenger bill of rights
As of this week you have more rights as an airline passenger when flying - partly thanks to someone from this province who helped start the push. Former CBS mayor Woodrow French drops by to talk about the fight for passenger rights, what you need to know and what you may be entitled to when travelling by air.
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Mount Pearl Anthem getting the American treatment
It's the viral video that keeps on giving - and now the Mount Pearl Anthem has caught the attention of another major American brand. "Right This Minute" host Oli Pettigrew is in Mount Pearl on a secret assignment. The Morning Show's Kenny Sharpe meets up with Oli to hear about his show... and why he's traveled from Phoenix, Arizona to Mount Pearl, Newfoundland.
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Come From Away takes to the streets of NYC
A massive blackout in Manhattan sent the cast of Come from Away out of the theatre this past weekend. Actress Petrina Bromley.tells the tale of how they didn't let the outage stop the performance.
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"A beautiful stone for a grave yet to be dug"
A memorial stone has been erected in the town of St. Lawrence for Courtney Lake, whose body has still not been found two years after she disappeared. Courtney's aunt Glenda Power sits down with Fred Hutton to talk about why Courtney's father set up the memorial headstone.
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West White Rose project's huge crane
Husky Energy has brought a giant crane to Argentia to make the construction of the platform destined for the Jeanne d'Arc Basin. Jeanne d'Arc Basin. Sandy Nairn, vice-president of the West White Rose Project, talks to Fred Hutton about the need for such a mega-crane for the mega-project.
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Donnie Dumphy's ocean rescue
A harrowing tale of rescue from Leon Parsons, aka Donnie Dumphy, who along with a friend was plucked from the chilly waters of Conception Bay by the MV Flanders crew.
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Recovering Bell Island's sunken shells
The president of the Shipwreck Preservation society of NL takes us on a deep dive into World War II history when four ore carriers were sunk off Bell Island... and explains why the military is retrieving unexploded ordnance from them next week.
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Remembering Bob Johnstone
Members of the Royal Newfoundland Constabulary are mourning the loss of former police chief Bob Johnston this week. The current head of the RNC, Chief Joe Boland, drops by to remember and pay tribute to his close friend and colleague.
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Flatrock's Big River warnings
If you're thinking of heading out for a dip today -- you may want to cross Flatrock off your list. Mayor Darrin Thorne talks about the town's swimming danger warnings... and how those efforts are being thwarted.
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Australia's Today Show plays tourist
Stevie Jacobs - normally a weather presenter on the Australian Nine Network's breakfast program 'Today' - has taken his segment on the road. He's travelled to the other side of the world actually... which places him squarely in Newfoundland.
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Missing signals on Signal Hill
We check in with Parks Canada for a message about the Cabot Tower flags.... which have been absent from the national historic site this year.
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United Nations internship
She's fresh out of university... and now Hannah Barry is going to work for the UN. The young St. John's woman has been chosen from hundreds of applicants to work with the United Nations food security program in Zimbabwe.
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Life in the Colorado Avalanche camp
It's been a big summer for Alex Newhook - from the NHL draft to the Colorado Avalanche development camp... and now back in St. John's for a spell.
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Waterford River Valley Campground
It`s not a mirage, but a green and pristine oasis in one of the most industrial areas around these parts. We find out how you'll soon be able to get away from it all... just off Topsail Road.
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Remembering Juanita Dinn
A long-time cancer survivor and voice of the "In This Together" campaign, Juanita Dinn, passed away on the weekend. We re-air a recent interview Fred Hutton did with Juanita, and then Fred talks with Karl Smith of the https://inthistogethernl.ca/ cancer campaign.
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Travelling Europe despite disability
There was no guarantee he’d survive a two-month trip to Europe, but one positive thinker with muscular dystrophy was willing to take the chance. CBC’s Gavin Simms spoke with 29-year-old Douglas Elton and his mother Joanne.
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The world of pre-teens
From being the biggest fish to the tiniest: A 12-year-old on the stresses of leaving elementary school for junior high.
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Women and fishing
You'll likely see lots of people out fishing this weekend... but why are most of those fishers men? A couple of fisherwomen stop by to talk women on the water.
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Get your free HIV test this Thursday
Thursday, June 27th is National HIV Testing Day. The Morning Show's Adam Walsh finds out where the free service is being offered... and takes the opportunity to get himself tested.
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The Mount Pearl Anthem
Mount Pearl now has its own creative (and hilarious) anthem. Mayor Dave Aker and Jason Piercey drop by to talk about making the video - which can be found on the city's website at https://www.mountpearl,ca
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Airport Heights fish truck
it's summer, and with it comes fresh seafood. The Morning Show's Adam Walsh checks in with a local fish truck owner situated well above sea-level to find out how his business is doing.
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Future Possible at The Rooms
Why is Joey Smallwood's chair in an art gallery? Jamie Fitzpatrick checked out a new exhibit at The Rooms which focuses on the art in this province since Confederation.
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Return of the foraging feline
Newfoundland's famous feline forager went missing recently... but we're happy to report that Douglas Fur the cat came back to his owner Shawn Dawson. CBC intern Ken Meeker went foraging with them on their first outing of the season.
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The legend of the Bell Island pterodactyl
The Bell Island mines draw many visitors who want to go back in time and experience the last days of mining for ore under Conception Bay... but there's talk of something else found in the rock that dates to a much earlier time.
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Red Cross Rescuer Award
An afternoon luncheon turns into a life-saving exercise for a local teenager. Now Carter Short has received an award for his actions... and has advice for other students on taking first aid training.
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Nickel Film Festival week
Grab your popcorn! The Nickel Independent Film Festival is happening this week. Two of the people involved in pulling it off are executive director Elling Lien and filmmaker Kenneth J. Harvey.
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Oil exploration amid climate change concerns
How can the province justify increasing oil exploration while saying it wants to combat climate change? The Morning Show's Adam Walsh drops by with the answer.
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Olive's Gluten Free cakes
For local business owner Olive Ingram, the latest chapter in her recipe for success is the icing on the gluten-free cake!
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Bycatch rules and fish dumping
Thousands of pounds of fish, and tens of thousands of dollars down the drain... all due to bycatch regulations. The province's minister of Fisheries and Land Resources, Gerry Byrne, drops by to talk about what his department is doing to address the situation.
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NHL Draft first round hopeful
It's a big week for St. John's native Alex Newhook... who's coming off a fabulous season with the Victoria Grizzlies and expected to go in the first round of the NHL Draft. His parents Paula and Shawn drop by the studio for a chat as the big day approaches.
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Bell Island plastic bag mural
Saving the environment and creating beautiful art in the process is the idea behind a project on Bell Island that a group of girls and boys have taken on to make a huge mural entirely out of plastic shopping bags.
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Air Cadets glider dedication
He spent 70 years helping Air Cadets in this province, and now the organization has honoured Don Gladney's name by putting it on a glider. Fred Hutton drops by the Holiday Inn for a look... and a chat.
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Mike the Toulouse goose is on the loose
A saucy goose down at Quidi Vidi lake has been accosting folks near the boathouse... so the Morning Show's Gavin Simms headed lakeside for an encounter.
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Free hugs at the St. John's Pride parade
After a hug changed her daughter's life, a mother from St. John's is hoping to help others who are struggling... one hug at a time.
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Search continues for Trevor Hamlyn
The family of Trevor "Pepsi" Hamlyn is still looking for closure.. and clues about his disappearance one year ago.
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Michael Dunne, the sandwich angel of Manna Bakery
Always a ray of sunshine, Michael slings sandwiches while brightening the day of any customer who comes his way.
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