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The Central Newfoundland Morning Show provides national, regional and local news, weather and sports, along with current affairs items and stories of local interest from urban areas and the diverse rural communities surrounding the two towns.

The Central Newfoundland Morning Show provides national, regional and local news, weather and sports, along with current affairs items and stories of local interest from urban areas and the diverse rural communities surrounding the two towns.
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Grand Falls-Windsor, NL

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The Central Newfoundland Morning Show provides national, regional and local news, weather and sports, along with current affairs items and stories of local interest from urban areas and the diverse rural communities surrounding the two towns.

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English


Episodes

Scarred by a gross encounter of the 'turd' kind: find out the doo-do's and the doo-don'ts of pooping in the woods.

8/15/2019
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What do you do if you're, um, "caught short," shall we say - and the closest toilet is kilometres away? The CBC's Cherie Wheeler questions whether pooping in the woods is becoming a lost skill.

Duration:00:12:12

Evicting the mayor, a kids' book BY a kid, and a musical makes its way across the island this month

8/9/2019
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An eviction notice is looming for Tom Rose, the mayor of Stephenville; a pre-school literacy program at the Corner Brook Public Library inspired one 5-year-old to write his own book; plus, we speak to a cast member of No Change in the Weather as they get ready to take their musical across Canada.

Duration:00:22:37

Today: Tools for families of Alzheimer's patients, a rock band reunion after 43 years, NL musician on the Billboard charts, and 'Gander-opoly'?

7/25/2019
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Memory care kits help families of Alzheimer's patients, rock band members share warm memories at their big reunion, a Twillingate man's music climbs the Billboard charts, and people roll the dice for a game of 'Gander-opoly."

Duration:00:27:28

Business invites people to throw axes for fun, a woman turns wine bottles into glassware, and giant, lantern puppets tell 'A Fish Tale'

7/23/2019
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An NL business invites people to throw axes for fun, a woman etches Newfoundland scenes using recycled wine bottles, and lantern puppets that look like sea creatures are featured in a community play.

Duration:00:19:25

The family of an outdoor guide killed in a float plane crash in Labrador questions its safety, and part of the Bonavista Peninsula could soon be recognized by UNESCO

7/22/2019
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The family of an outdoor guide raises questions about the float plane crash that killed the 47-year-old man in Labrador last week, and UNESCO evaluators check out the Bonavista Peninsula as a possible UNESCO Global Geopark.

Duration:00:17:01

A 14yo from NL helps fight drug abuse, two musicians tell why they don't drink on the job, and people tell us their summer memories

7/19/2019
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A 14yo girl helps fight drug abuse around the world, musicians Damhnait Doyle and Sherman Downey tell why they no longer drink on the job, and we hear your fond memories of summers past.

Duration:00:17:45

Today: Amazing fundraiser for kidney patients. Also, swearing gets its due, kids celebrate Rocket Day at school, and an NL woman loves painting furniture

7/18/2019
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Sales of roast beef dinners raise money for two kidney surgery patients, a researcher praises swearing, schoolkids celebrate Rocket Day, and an NL woman goes bananas over painting furniture.

Duration:00:28:47

Former NL fish plants are now "pot" plants, we start a series on honey bees, and a new group wants to link people who bring about positive change

7/17/2019
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Former fish plants are being converted to marijuana production plants, we start a series about honey bees, and a new tour connects people and groups making positive social change.

Duration:00:19:28

A resident writes the history of Wesleyville, an expert talks about helping the elderly prevent falling, and we learn about the sport of paddleboarding

7/16/2019
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An artist and entrepreneur writes a history book about Wesleyville, a falls prevention expert tries to help reduce the number of injuries to seniors, and our reporter gets a lesson in paddleboarding.

Duration:00:21:47

A Gander resident says the Town should support a feral cat neutering program, and a new business takes people over icebergs - by helicopter

7/15/2019
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An NL town's decision to not support a feral cat trap-neuter-release project creates an online debate, and a new company operates helicopter tours over icebergs and islands.

Duration:00:21:41

Meet the lead dancers at a Mi'kmaq pow wow. Also, labour leaders make the case for free drugs for everyone, and a mom creates a place in memory of her daughter who was murdered

7/12/2019
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Two people enjoy the honour of being lead dancers at a Mi'kmaq pow wow. Also, the leader of the NL federation of labour makes the case for free drugs for everyone, and a mom creates a peaceful place in memory of her daughter who was murdered.

Duration:00:22:47

Experts investigate how NL can reduce its greenhouse gas emissions, and the CNIB's new app aims to open up the world of business to visually impaired people

7/11/2019
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Experts at a conference in St. John's are looking at how the province can reduce its greenhouse gas emissions, and the CNIB has released a new gaming app to give those with visual impairments a taste of what it's like to start a business.

Duration:00:14:22

Farmers say the municipal council is blocking their expansion plans, an organization points out pet-friendly services, and a man builds a scale model of an historic church

7/10/2019
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Farmers trying to expand the business are battling the municipal council, an organization is making a list of pet-friendly places for travellers, and a man has made a scale model of NL's largest wooden church.

Duration:00:20:02

Emergency pager problems, art and mental health, trying for gender balance in news stories, and an athlete's surprise trip to Peru

7/9/2019
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NL firefighters left scrambling as pager system shuts down, group promotes art as a source of good mental health, organization calls for more women's voices to be heard on the media, and a young NL athlete gets a surprise trip to Peru.

Duration:00:34:03

ICYMI: Play time, Play-Doh and publishing - a class of six-year-olds at Glovertown Academy produce their own book, all about them

7/8/2019
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ICYMI: A class of kindergarten pupils at Glovertown Academy wrote and illustrated their own book, called All About Us.

Duration:00:05:44

Indigenous man from BC walks almost 8,300 kms to raise awareness of his missing aunt. Also, a bird scientist starts a cross-Canada walk to promote habitat protection

7/8/2019
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An Indigenous man from BC walked 13 months and almost 83-hundred kms to raise awareness of his missing aunt, as well as other missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls. Also, a bird scientist has started a Canada-wide walk to promote bird habitat and to encourage families to get back to back to nature.

Duration:00:15:35

People want their French school fixed up - AND want a new one built. Also, middle schoolers make their whole school greener, and blacksmiths smelt iron like the Vikings did

7/5/2019
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People want their French school fixed up, but also want a new one built. Also, middle schoolers make their whole school more environmentally friendly, and blacksmiths come to NL to smelt iron like the Vikings did.

Duration:00:23:47

Unplanned maintenance causes ferries' costs to soar, Qalipu Mi'kmaq chief responds to accusations of breaking promises, and we get "Wedd-iqutte" advice.

7/4/2019
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Costs of unplanned maintenance for NL's two newest ferries are still rising, the Qalipu Mi'kmaq chief responds to accusations of breaking promises, and we get advice on guest etiquette in the summer wedding season.

Duration:00:20:35

The battle over the Qalipu enrolment process reaches the courtroom, travelling for work can endanger your health and safety, and a former teacher finally publishes his own novel

7/3/2019
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The chief of the Qalipu Mi'Kmaq First Nation is appealing a court decision on enrolment, despite promising never to do that. Also, mobile workers in this province face health and safety hazards, and a former teacher finally publishes a novel.

Duration:00:26:01

The Nfld. Mi'kmaq story comes to New Zealand, four companies will build a new hospital, and a book helps parents and kids talk about the death of a pet

7/2/2019
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A documentary about Newfoundland's Mi'kmaq is shown in New Zealand, the province gives the go-ahead for construction of the new Corner Brook hospital, and a new book helps parents talk to their children about the death of a pet.

Duration:00:23:15