This week the collapse of the roof at the Civic Centre in Elliot Lake, a look at medical assisted dying and the information you can find out about it, we check in with Nipissing MPP Vic Fedeli, and the mayor of Sudbury on this year's property tax hike.
Mary, our contestant on the Morning North Mystery Game was really hoping for a CBC toque. She got one and went on to win all five prizes from the CBC vault. Play along and see how well you would have done.
Jennifer calls in and our guest host Charles Nyabeze asks the questions in the special edition of the Morning North Mystery Game. (Charles co-hosted an hour of morning north to mark Black History Month)
Ice is the the unintentional theme of this week's podcast with stories about a ventriloquist who's a trapper, police called to a minor hockey game, Sudbury curler Tracy Fleury, ice fishing in Sudbury, and ice pancakes on a local river.
This week we try some slot-machine-like games found at local bars, more on the computer virus that attacked hospitals in the north, cannabis products sold at local shops illegally, Laurentian University owes money to the province, MPP Guy Bourgouin, and food trends for 2019.
This week a computer virus infects hospitals in northern Ontario, a Sudbury police officer faces discipline for comments he made on Facebook, debates from Sudbury and North Bay city councils, the issue of crystal meth in Sault Ste. Marie, and finding the geographic centre of Ontario.
This week we look at cannabis sales on northern First Nations, the new head of Vale Ricus Grimbeek talks about digital mining, we meet the new dean of the northern Ontario School of Medicine Dr. Sarita Verma, a court case about compensation for a residential school survivor, Sudbury Wolves goalie Ukko-Pekka Luukkonen wins gold with Finland's junior hockey team, the story of a dog rescued by an icebreaker, and saying farewell to Gord Slade.