This week we hear about a couple of new schools being built in northern Ontario, a look at the appeal process for the Kingsway Entertainment District, remembering the Armistice from 1918, an interview with Jesus Christ, and a 98 year old veteran of World War II.
This week we hear the recommendations of a coroner's inquest into problems with 9-1-1 service in Ontario, a friendly witch in Sudbury, a jewellery store shuts down, two white moose spotted near Foleyet, and a football team at a small school in Sudbury that has some big results.
This week we look a the demographics of northern Ontario in the next 40 years, the electronic voting failure in the municipal election, surviving a mass shooting in Las Vegas, keeping seniors warm, and the new coach of the Sudbury 5 basketball team Logan Stutz.
This week an inquest into 911 service in Sudbury, some pot smokers reflect on the legalisation of cannabis, we ride an election bus, the story of surviving the death of a child, a family is recognised for fostering for 25 years, we check out some viral videos, and take a look at the future of northern Ontario's economy
This week we hear the life story of the international president of the United Steelworkers Leo Gerard. He's from Sudbury originally, but has been living in Pittsburg since 2001, representing 800,000 private sector workers across North America.
This week we look at some of big community projects that have become election issues this fall, we go bow hunting, we discuss the legalisation of cannabis, changes to labour laws in Ontario and an update on a winter clothing drive.
Martin's Melodies was a Friday game show on Morning North in the mid 1990s. It was hosted by newsreader Martin Chapman. To celebrate CBC Sudbury's 40th anniversary we invited Martin to join us for one more round. Peter Williams, Martha Cunningham Closs and Markus Schwabe are the contestants in this music trivia game.
This week we celebrate 40 years serving northeastern Ontario with a panel discussion about how CBC Sudbury got its start, a look at the next 40 years in broadcasting, a story about the police station in Sudbury, allegations of hazing at Laurentian University, and Up North host Waub Rice talks about his new book "Moon on the Crusted Snow."
This week we look into the future of indigenous communities in northern Ontario, the issue of the economy in the municipal election campaign, Franco-Ontario Day, Aspirin Exacerbated Respiratory Disease, growing mushrooms on St. Joseph Island and a Stompin Tom contest.