This week CBC Sudbury hosts an election forum, a documentary on keeping the Cree language alive in Attawapiskat, a blind runner from Parry Sound, and the name is revealed for the new pro basketball team in Sudbury.
This week Kapuskasing takes in flooding evacuues from Kasechewan, an interview with PC leader Doug Ford, the complicated world of housing on First Nations, a promising start-up in Sudbury, a play about being struck by lightning, and how LU students are helping elementary students deal with bullying.
This week reporter Erik White picks up cigarette butts, a Sudbury family shares the story behind their genetic challenges, the environmental impact of a ferrochrome smelter, keeping the Sudbury Symphony afloat, removing the SS Norgoma from the Sault Ste. Marie waterfront, and a sinkhole in Garson swallows a man.
This week we get reaction to a coroner's inquest on the ability to drive, cuts at the hospital in Sudbury, something called "The Junction," the annual evacuation in Kasechewan, a shrimp farm in northern Ontario, and a documentary about the Nipissing Warriors.
This week a hockey dad is reminded of his son's death in a car crash involving members of a hockey team in northern Ontario, Sudbury city council gives a green light to the Kingsway entertainment district but it may be appealed, and we meet a young actor in the film "Indian Horse."