Ontario Morning from CBC Radioactive
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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.
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Canada
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Ontario
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Disaster Psychiatry, Disposable Plastic, Children's Eye Health, Kids and Independence
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Assessing the federal government's commitment to renewable energy; 'Mr. Fragrance', the aristocrat of scent, Sid Cratzbarg; Flu cases on the increase in Peterborough; Carolyn Harris,historian and author on the upcoming royal wedding and the future leader of the Commonwealth; Talking to kids about cannabis when it is legalized; Safe Travels Program at Curve Lake wins Sustainability Award; Plogging - jogging and collecting litter.
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Family physician Danielle Martin applauds a parliamentary committee's recommendation of a national pharmacare program; Political analyst Robert Fisher looks at the war of word between the Premier and PC leader Doug Ford; Starbucks and the public relations debacle over racial bias; Barrie Police and O.P.P. have an arrest in decades-old cold cases; New podcast from Barrie, 'Stories Without A Home'; 15 Korean dogs raised as food have new home in Peterborough; Innisfil growth; A 'digital' spring cleaning,
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New implant for may protect women from H.I.V.; Queen's football player starts Autism Mentorship Program, pairing student athletes with youth who have autism; House of Commons looking into Facebook privacy breach; Kids and financial literacy; Paul Svoboda previews the O.H.L. playoffs; Canadian books on film; Snowy owls; 'Spring cleaning' your diet
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Update on repair efforts by Hydro One; Collingwood council debates on what to do about coyotes; Storm aftermath in Kawartha Lakes and Kingston; Exercise is effective in preventing heart disease, even if it runs in the family; N-D-P leader Andrea Horwath; Mike Wise explains how listeners can help CBC News track online political advertising; Spring cleaning and financial matters
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Cornwall city council is considering not cutting some grass as a cost-cutting measure; one councillor fears this could exacerbate the tick problem; Reaction to missile attacks by the U-S and its allies on suspected chemical weapons sites in Syria; Peterborough's new Rapid Access Addiction Medicine Clinic; CBC's Mike Crawley has new Ontario elections polling results; Landsdowne loses its only bank; De-cluttering
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Some Ontario farmers looking to the province for subsidies to meet rising wages; Some members of the cast and crew members of the film 'Indian Horse' speak with the CBC's Waubgeshig Rice; Twitter tale from Carleton journalism student; Kingston councillor has reaction to announcement that one of the first government cannabis outlets will be in his city; Craig Lauzon talks about the play 'Tales of an Urban Indian'; NBA playoff preview; Commonwealth Games; Museum Dance Off.
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Anti-smoking groups are losing government funding; More federal money to combat parasitic sea lampreys in the Great Lakes; 'The Logan Boulet' Effect. People are inspired to become organ donors by the example of the young hockey player who died when his team's bus crashed in Humboldt, Saskatchewan; This is the 100th anniversary of the CNIB. The CBC's Dagna Gallinger joins Debbie Gillespie, the transit and accessibility lead for Ontario at the Canadian National Institute for the Blind on her morning commute; Trump's tweets and possible retaliation against Syria; Religion and Ontario provincial politics; Hard to get tickets for the Maple Leafs; Esther the Wonder Pig and the drive to purchase large scale CT scanner for the Ontario Veterinary College
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Maple syrup season in Grey-Bruce; 'Dying For A Paycheck' author Jeffrey Pfeffer on the personal toll of the modern workplace; New hospice facility in Kincardine; Organizer of the Black Community Provincial Leaders Debate; Analysis of Mark Zuckerberg's appearance before a Congressional committee; Books for a rainy day; The CBC's Queen's Park reporter Mark Crawley on Doug Ford's campaign-style appearances in northwestern Ontario; Award-winning essay.
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Queen's psychology professor, Dean Tripp, talks about how the people of the community of Humboldt can cope with their grief; Prince Edward County pairs with the Kouga Municipality in South Africa as part of a federal program; Peterborough's Medical Officer of Health talks about recent opioid deaths and the current crisis; Photo portraits of farmers; The Diabetes Code; Are we naive to expect privacy online?; Rick Mercer says 'farewell'.
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The CBC's Erica Johnson has a cautionary story about banks extending lines of credit without notifying customers; Teaching people to recognize mental health issues; Eric Grenier describes how poll tracker will work in the forthcoming provincial election; Peterborough naturalist is charting local weather patterns; Canadian hockey coach and two time Olympic gold medalist, Vicky Sunohara offers her reaction to the tragic deaths in Humboldt; Collingwood waterfront plan acknowledges aboriginal heritage; Myopia
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Survey finds many shortcomings in treatment of chronic care patients in Canada; Campaign to change the familiar symbol of wheelchair accessibility into a new dynamic image; Robert Benzie talks about the latest developments in the provincial election campaign; Mission Thrift Store in downtown Trenton is having trouble dealing with overflow of stuff left on the street; The astronaut's wife. Indira Bhatnagar Feustel, wife of ISS commander Drew Feustel, will attend a special QA session between the space station and Queen's University
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At a conference at the University of Windsor 'Decolonizing Law' Joey-Lynn Twins, a Cree woman, gives an account of her incarceration; Amy Hadley updates us on her project to avoid using plastic; Phone scams; Gravenhurst 'Ambassadors'; CBC creates database tracking incidents involving police and deadly force in Canada; Family doctor Peter Lin talks about how the cell phone is become a valuable tool for doctors and patients; Port Hope nuclear waste remediation; The 'Tiger Effect', as the Masters Tournament begins in Augusta, Georgia.
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Martin Luther King Jr,'s legacy 50 years after his assassination; Study reveals nurses need to pay more attention to their personal health; Wayne Reil's 11-year-old son has cancer. He and other parents are pressuring the province to dedicate more funds to childhood cancer; Former diplomat Colin Roberston talks about Washington's sudden interest in ratifying NAFTA; New cell phone emergency alert system; Books column - 'Staff Picks'; Proposed front-of-package food labelling
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; CBC reporter Susan Lunn talks about the closing of the Chalk River nuclear facility; Should we fear the germs in the rubber ducky?; New course at Trent University will teach tweeting and storytelling to biology students; Jordan Press talks about the amount of data compiled on individual voters by political parties.
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Campus sexual violence survey; Family doctor Peter Lin talks about a new antibiotic, teixobactin; CBC reporter Susan Lunn talks about the closing of the Chalk River nuclear facility; Should we fear the germs in the rubber ducky?; New course at Trent University will teach tweeting and storytelling to biology students; Women taking up shooting as a hobby; Local business donating proceeds to restore a Lancaster bomber
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Choose chocolate or studded toy rabbits - not real ones - as Easter gifts; Haydn Watters talks to commuters on the Barrie GO line about yesterday's provincial budget; Robert Fisher offers his analysis of the LIberals' pre-election budget; Economist Ian Lee has reservations about the provincial budget; The CBC's Haydn Watters has more from Barrie GO train commuters on the state of provincial politics; Debris from falling Chinese space station; Finance Minister Charles Sousa defends his budget; Proposal to create County Food Hub in Prince Edward County
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Political data,solar farm, budget preview, Music Teacher of the Year, recycling habits, Canada Reads, free child care and community cookbook.
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Preview of this year's Canada Reads; Research into cycling deaths; Peterborough may waive development charges in hopes of stimulating growth; Prince Edward County paramedic program takes proactive approach; Retail makeover expert Barbara Crowhurst; Student mindfulness
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World Water Day was yesterday. Geographer John Pomeroy is cautioning Canadians not to be complacent about our fresh water supply; Singer Barbra Lica talks about a program she's dedicating time to to help young musicians get experience playing jazz; Thomas Schaller 'March For Our Lives' for gun control legislation in the U-S; Peterborough County considers private security to enforce by-laws on the causeway; Peterborough Police Service concerned about a spike in biker gang activity
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Call for a national forest strategy; Researchers at Queen's may have found underlying cause of delerium; Emergency room doctor talks about having to cope with patients who haven't received or unable to pay for proper dental car; Barrie schools adopt an organics recycling program; Brenda Irving previews the World Figure Skating Championships; Inspiring books for spring; Packaging and label requirements for recreational cannabis products; Jeweller scans tree bark to create one of a kind pieces
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Facebook and personal privacy; Former top engineer at the City of Kitchener explains the superiority of municipal water; What leads students to post threats online?; Firefighters Museum in Port Hope needs a new home; OHL playoff preview; Strep throat; 5G networks coming to Ontario; Naomi Epstein has advice for parents on how to be involved with their child's use of social networks
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Otters born at the Brockville Aquatarium; Premier Kathleen Wynne discusses her party's policies and the forthcoming election; Leader of the provincial NDP, Andrea Horwath discusses her party's policies and the forthcoming election; The CBC's Haydn Watters talks Peterborough conservationist Dylan Radcliffe about his animal 'transit maps'; Christine Lang explains why Georgian College continues to offer advanced diploma in acupuncture, and plans to offer a graduate certificate in traditional Chinese medicine; Peterborough homeless count; Levy on Trent students raises at least $18 thousand for homeless shelter
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House of Commons committee is holding national consultations on human trafficking; Fix Our Schools; Today's surprise Speech From the Throne is previewed by Rob Benzie of the Toronto; What can we expect from baseball's Blue Jays this season?; Peterborough Airport and local homeowners; Hazards of uploading pictures of children to the internet; CBC's Amy Hadley wants to try living without plastic.
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The case for decriminalising all drugs as part of the effort to end the opioid crisis; A conversation with Jackie White, a woman who is learning to read in her 50's; Barrie-area riding executive for the Progressive Conservatives talks about the end of Patrick Brown's candidacy; Kingston police prepare for the annual St. Patrick's Day blowout; Putin's near-certain return to the Presidency in elections this Sunday; Kingston vet Ryan Liera talks about the sad death of a dog in an overhead bin during a flight and what people can do to prepare their pets when travelling; What Canadians have been googling on the subject of sleep.
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Following remarks by the Bank of Canada's Steven Poloz, Martha Friendly discusses the feasibility of a national daycare program; Problems from the overprescribing of opioids for post surgical care; Canadian Federation of Independent Business thinks private business should have a role in selling recreational cannabis in Ontario; Peterborough resident's research helps the museum find the rightful owners of some artifacts in its collection; Can your privacy be at risk by offering up personal information to qualify for Loblaw's $25 gift card?; Med students are have trouble finding residency placements; Innisfil will expand its public transit partnership with Uber; Cats are being abandoned at farms and rural locations in eastern Ontario
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Update on the escalating tensions between Russia and the U.K. following the poisoning of a former spy; Local resident objects to new fee structure for skiers at Blue Mountain; Rob Benzie of the Toronto Star looks ahead to the provincial election campaign and Doug Ford's platform; Councillor talks about failed effort to sell Peterborough Hydro ; Former head of the S.I.U. talks about the first case involving administration of naloxone by police; Some recommendations of new books by Canadian authors; Republican commentator looks at student demonstrations in favour of gun controls across the U.S later today; Economist Mike Moffat comments on Doug Ford's proposal to end income tax to people earning under $30 thousand.
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Kaden Young Search, Barrie Drug Arrests, Doug Ford Polls, Automobile Repair Fraud, Midland Cruise Ship, Solo Atlantic Row
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Former Presbyterian church in Oro-Medonte to become new mosque; Analysis of Trump's tariffs and Canada's trade with former diplomat Colin Robertson; CBC's Queen's Park reporter Mark Crawley on the call by three PC leadership candidates for an injunction to extend voting; We Chat Pay and AliPay will be available in pilot project in Kingston; The cell phone hotel where students put their phones before class to improve focus and mindfulness; A preview of the Paralympic Games from athlete Darda Sales; Controlling the water chestnut
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Is the constant use of keyboards causing kids to lose the manual dexterity to write with pencils?; Aboriginal lawyer, Doug White, comments on news that the Crown will not be appealing the verdict in the Boushie killing case; Two high school students have differing views on lowering the voting age to 16; Efforts to bring Project Lifesaver, a tracking device for people with memory problems, to Simcoe County; Family doctor Peter Lin talks about re-classifying diabetes into 5 types; Robert Fisher looks at voting for the Progressive Conservative Party leader; International Women's Day
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Nutritionist Leslie Beck discusses a study that shows that pressuring teens about diet and appearance can lead to eating and image problems for generations; Home renovation contractors are having difficulty becoming certified for Ontario's GreenON program; An advocate and critic of proposal to extend the Green Belt into parts of Simcoe County; Recommendations of graphic novels; Trials suggests need for social workers in emergency rooms; Thrift store, Stuff, in Barre expands
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New invention for ice fishing - the 'Trigger' ; How your personality type might affect how you deal with food allergies; Cornwall city councillor on budget cuts; Women's finances; Medical Makers in Kingston use 3D printing to help patients; Four communities, including Kingston bid for 2020 Brier; Haydn Watters visits a Barrie class that found a stray budgie.
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Registered Nurses have new guidelines for operation of safe injection sites; The CBC's Queen's Park reporter, Mike Crawley has analysis of the final PC leadership debate; Why low income families may not be able to take advantage of the new parental leave program; Update on Syria; People For Education study disparity in fundraising at public schools; Family doctor Peter Lin discusses new discovery about the cause of cell death in Parkinson's Disease; Renfrew County calls on German expertise for flood prevention; Playwright Drew Hayden Taylor
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Affordable housing in Barrie; Chicken camp; training chickens will make you a better animal trainer; Academy award wrap-up; Protest against appearance at Queen's University by controversial academic and author Jordan Peterson; ID KABN a new encrypted method to prove your identity in online transactions; The current state of NAFTA negotiations; Ontario Minister for Economic Development and Growth Steven Del Duca on America's threat to put tariffs on steel and aluminum; Doctor talks about overcoming his addiction to fentanyl
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Hopes for a national pharmacare program; The two hosts of the CBC podcast 'Personal Best'; Transplant recipient receives Trillium Foundation's first Advocates in Action Award; Books that were adapted to film or TV.
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Collingwood council is calling for a judicial inquiry into the controversial sale of the local hydro utility; TransferWise is a new service that charges much less than conventional services for remmitances; Hopes for a national pharmacare program; The two hosts of the CBC podcast 'Personal Best'; Transplant recipient receives Trillium Foundation's first Advocates in Action Award; Books that were adapted to film or TV; How the federal budget was created with gender in mind; Our man in Barrie, Haydn Watter at Bear Creek Secondary
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Call to ban advertising of vaping products; New study links heavy drinking and dementia; The Toronto Star's Rob Benzie on Patrick Brown's decision to leave leadership race - again; Former Health Minister Eric Hoskins leaving to help create federal drug plan; Queen's University program to help find athletes find a career path after sports; China's Xi Jinping could now be President for life; Ranked ballots
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Safety tips to survive cold rushing water; Former coach, Jesse Fulton of Thornbury, explains why Canadian coaches are in demand by Olympic athletes around the world; Geography professor Jason Thistlethwaite explains how much of the possible damage caused local flooding is being reduced by proper planning; Call for a 'Team Indigenous' at the Olympics; A discussion on the influence of the National Rifle Association; Go Public looks at door-to-door telecom sales; 5G wireless technology
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A new study published in The Lancet confirms anti-depressants are more effective than placebos; Family doctor Joshua Tepper encourages us to keep active during the winter months; Law professor and member of a Saskatchewan First Nation offers analysis of the finding of not guilty in the trial of the man accused of killing Tina Fontaine; Julian Yee, competes for Malaysia in the Olympics but trains in Barrie; Cheating at school in the digital age
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Last spring's flooding and an assessment of the risks this year; Former leader of the Progressive Conservatives has been granted permission to join the race to become - the leader of the PC party. More from our Queen's Park reporter, Mark Crawley, on what promises to be an interesting time in Ontario politics; Study shows large majority of admissions to psychiatric hospitals are involuntary; Ontario Morning's Lu Zhou on how foreign Chinese students in Ontario can be exploited by custodians and home stay providers; How exercise may prevent dementia; Chris Hadfield
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New CBC pop-up bureau in Barrie with Haydn Watters; Hamilton city council moves to restrict payday loan operations; Pollster Eric Grenier discusses how all the turmoil in the Progressive Conservative Party is affecting the leadership race, and the race to become Premier of Ontario; The CBC's Lu Zhou on scam targetting Chinese students in Ontario; Pairing books with beer; New parental leave program proposed by the P.M.
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Fans talk about the Justin Bieber exhibit at the Stratford Perth Museum; Rats; Rob Benzie on what promises to be a tumultuous opening at the Legislature; Elvis Stojko on Olympic figure skating; Hedley fans in Barrie talk about the allegations of improper sexual conduct levelled at the band
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Algonquin Park wolves are being threatened by habitat loss and interbreeding with coyotes; Chicago comic book store owner talks about the significance of Marvel's 'Black Panther' movie; Eli Glasner reviews 'Black Panther'; Progressive Conservative insider on yesterday's leaders debate; The AR-15 rifle and gun control in the U-S; Collingwood mother and long time fan of Hedley on taking her daughter to the concert after allegations of inappropriate behaviour have been levelled at the band.
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New hospital to be built in Picton; The CBC's Queen's Park reporter has an update on recent counterclaims made by former PC leader Patrick Brown; Former police officer, now university researcher discusses 'de-policing' a trend where officers simply respond to calls rather than proactively police a community; Mike Swift of Peterborough is playing for the Korean Olympic hockey team; Flu has hit kids hard this season; International Angelman Awareness Day
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The growing popularity of curling; New To Grey is a program designed to attract and keep people in Grey County; Cheryl Brown reports on reaction in Barrie to Patrick Brown's announcement that he found discrepancies in the accounts of his behaviour; The value of prenuptial agreements; Kingston restaurant named one on Canada's most romantic
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Might video games be included as an Olympic sport?; Given the icy conditions an emergency room doctor talks about the personal risks and costs to the health care system of slips and falls; Jury selection and if the process can be altered to provide better representation; The growing presence of LGBT athletes at the Olympics; Minister of Housing talks about new standard lease agreements that will be in effect as of April.
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North Strong Collective is a clothing company that allows customers to direct funds to specific athletes; Chief Isadore Day says the federal government needs to reform the judicial system in light of the verdict in in the killing of Colten Boushie; Local doctor explains why he campaigned to have Georgian College drop homeopathy course; Elite athletes and mental illness; Chelsea Chocolates
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Why Ottawa is revamping the environmental assessment process; Farm 911 to help first responders locate people on large properties; Queen's students are using social media to teach teens about pot; How politics and the Olympics are entwined in South and North Korea; Analysing Olympic theme music
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Discussion of Olympic athletes who compete in both summer and winter games; Giving a voice to people who have been in foster care as a coroner investigates 11 deaths; CBC's Queen's Park reporter Mike Crawley on the parties as we approach an election; Trillium Lakelands School Board is making policy changes in anticipation of the legalising of recreational cannabis; New communal housing alternatives for older adults; Noise and heart disease; The perils of the gig economy; Ice shelves appearing on Lake Simcoe
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More on the successful launch of the Falcon Heavy Rocket by SpaceX; CBC reporter Laura Osman looks at Long Term Care homes in the Ottawa Valley; How ready are the federal and provincial governments for recreational cannabis use?'; John Epping to lead Ontario team at The Briar; U-S Consul-General campaigning to reduce use of road salt; Sports books; Online mapping of Peterborough cemetery
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Globe and Mail financial writer Rob Carrick on the market's big drop yesterday; Survey shows many workplaces unsure of how to deal with the legalisation of cannabis; The Progressive Conservatives and the upcoming provincial election; Watch out for winter home damage; Teens and sexting; Deer recuperating from arrow to head; Robot Talks
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A lawyer explains who's responsible if your vehicle gets battered by driving into potholes; Pat Learmonth, director of Farms at Work talks about their efforts to preserve agricultural land; Sarah Roberts of Peterborough named an Outstanding Principal; Rob Benzie of the Toronto Star on the PC leadership race; Climate change and clean water on the Tyendinaga Reserve; New Lemon-Aid vehicle buyers; guide
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CUPE and paramedics have concerns about having firefighters designated as paramedics; Is it right to watch the Super Bowl given the serious injuries football can cause?; Napanee youth centre closing; The Radius Project - a documentary that profiles Peterborough area musicians; Opioids and addiction in jails; Millpond Moe in Stirling; Trenton Pond Hockey tourney
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Chair of Brighton Police Services Boards concerned about possible proliferation of legal grow ops; Proposed methane capture system for Haliburton landfill; Family doctor Peter Lin looks at the possible link between sugar and dementia; Chase the Ace lottery; America's 'Bloody Nose' strike strategy towards North Korea; Black History Month; Women are needlessly dying because of lack of information on female heart disease; The new Wiarton Willie
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Do More Agriculture Foundation created to help farmers deal with mental health issues; Analysis of President Trump's first State of the Union address; Carfentanyl is turning up in Ontario communities; Orillia's Citizen of the Year; More on how to deal with allegations and instances of workplace harassment and sexual misconduct; Best-selling books in Peterborough; Vic Fedeli, interim leader of the Progressive Conservative Party; Kingston doctor named to the Order of Ontario
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Brockville council contemplates a hotel tax; Bitcoin and blockchain explained at Barrie seminar; What next for Ontario's Progressive Conservatives?; Peterborough Public Library opens after renovations; New nursing course at Trent focuses on mental illness; Take your sick days urges mother of child with compromised immune system; Super blue blood moon
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Peterborough's Deputy Chief of Police spends the night on the street in support of homeless people; Call for government support for families who homeschool; Reaction in Barrie to the resignation of Patrick Brown; Trial by media, Public Editor of the Toronto Star talks about criteria for reporting stories; Treatment of aboriginal patients at hospitals in the 60's; Australian study says teens should not be offered alcohol even in small amounts; Bletchley codebreaker
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Former female staffer on Parliament Hill offers an insider's perspective on the potential for sexual misconduct; Conservative strategist Jason Lietaer considers the prospects for the P.C.'s following the resignation of leader Patrick Brown; Female non-uniformed workers at the O.P.P. take complaints to Human Rights tribunal; Employment lawyer discusses means by which employees can help after being subject to abuse; A paramedic talks about unexpected deliveries - of babies
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O.P.P. has advice on staying safe on your snowmobile; Large fraud revealed at Presqu'ile Point Point Lighthouse Preservation Society; Some landlords want the right to prohibit tenants from smoking marijuana; Some fisherman on Thai shrimp boats still subject to terrible conditions; How the presence of innovative companies can create local inequality; Most borrowed books in Simcoe County; Barrie library system wants money for more security; More women and minorities acknowledged in Oscar nominations
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Remembering Dolores O'Riordan; Report says there is limited access to guidance counsellors in Ontario schools; Study says more spending on social programs makes for a healthier populace; Compassion dogs in Simcoe County schools; Victims' rights; 'Controbutionism' - a new way of providing municipal services; Enabling home care for sufferers of COPD
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School safety zones; Should we consider that adolescence ends at age 24?; The cost of water is moving out of reach for some residents of North Hastings; Accents and assumptions about the people who have them; Oxfam's annual report reveals the growing gap between the rich and the rest of us; Hospice Renfrew; Matthew Madlyn clothing promoting kindness
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Political analyst Rachel Bitecofer looks back to the first year of Trump's presidency; Artist Kent Monkman talks about his show 'Shame and Prejudice: A Story of Resilience'; Alarming rise in road deaths in Ontario; Dealing with personal debt as interest rates rise; Wolfe Island sailor has left his boat frozen in the lake as he considers sailing the Northwest Passage
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Bitcoin plummets in value; The health effects of loneliness; What to expect when looking for a mortgage as interest rates rise; Ed Conroy of Retro Ontario wants to preserve old broadcast video; Human Rights Watch report; Peter Lin on cyberchondria and how to use Dr. Google to learn about what ails you; Robert Fisher on provincial cabinet shuffle
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Blue Monday and getting your financial affairs in order; Staking a claim in Ontario's northwest
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American presidents and their health; Studies question the value of the annual doctor's check-up; Business digest with Megan Read; Windsor woman discovers she is not on waiting list for transplant
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Web site discovered to be posting obituaries without permission from families; Book of reconciliation at Parry Sound high school; Treating fever; Business with Donna Guzik
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