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Central NL Morning Show

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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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Location:

Grand Falls-Windsor, NL

Networks:

CBC

Description:

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.

Language:

English


Episodes

#MeTooNL website shares stories of sexual and gender based violence

12/12/2017
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Local author Kerri Cull tells us about a new website she's created for people to share their stories of sexual and gender based violence, MeTooNL.com.

Duration: 00:05:59


GFW U-12 girls hockey team heads to Ottawa

12/12/2017
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The Grand Falls-Windsor girls under-12 hockey team has been selected to head to Ottawa after Christmas to take part in a special tournament. We hear from coach Ian Moores and team captain Mya Nichol.

Duration: 00:06:52


Looking at the litter of N.L.

12/11/2017
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CBC reporter Peter Cowan breaks down all the dirty details of litter in Newfoundland and Labrador.

Duration: 00:11:55


Gander group give back during Christmas

12/8/2017
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'Tis the season for giving and the Gander Goodwill Center and Salvation Army Food Bank are working overtime. We speak with members of both organizations about the amazing work they're doing.

Duration: 00:09:33


Clarke's Head woman with one arm flaunts her Everyday Power in video

12/7/2017
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Danielle Broomfield lost her left arm in a car accident in 2010. She talks to us living with a disability and a recent video she made showing her Everyday Power.

Duration: 00:06:48


Happy wife, happy life: study looks at marriage satisfaction among women in powerful positions

12/6/2017
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We speak with Alyson Byrne, an associate professor at MUN's School of Business, about an article she co-authored, "When she brings home the job status: Wives' job status, wives' status leakage and marital instability".

Duration: 00:08:11


Two Friends Shuckin' goes viral from Botwood

12/5/2017
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The CBC's Martin Jones talks to Botwood's Paulette Pelley and Janice Peyton of Two Friends Shuckin', their weekly online show about shucking oysters.

Duration: 00:06:35


Tough times for Canadian job market

12/4/2017
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Older employees are working longer. And younger employees are struggling to find work. We talk about the latest figures from the Canadian labour market with MUN business professor Gordon Cooke.

Duration: 00:07:35


Snowblower stolen from elderly man's yard in Gander

12/1/2017
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Gander senior Clyde Burt speaks with the CBC's Leigh Anne Power about how someone stole his snowblower just as he was tuning it up for the winter.

Duration: 00:05:32


New look for Resettlers Museum in Bonavista Bay town

11/30/2017
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The Resettlement Museum in Centreville-Wareham-Trinity is being resettled. We speak with Kirk White about the plan to bring the artifacts to a wider audience.

Duration: 00:07:44


Rare Black Vulture spotted off N.L. south coast

11/29/2017
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For the first time, a lone Black Vulture was recently spotted in Burgeo. Bird-watcher Ken Knowles talks to us about why he made the journey to see it.

Duration: 00:07:51


Gander Flyers top of league

11/28/2017
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The Gander Flyers are off to a hot start this year. We ask the team's general manager, Garry White, how they've gone from worst to first.

Duration: 00:07:28


Staying safe when online shopping

11/27/2017
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'Tis the season for gift giving and online shopping... and also the season for scams and hackers. We hear from an online securities expert on how to protect yourself this holiday season.

Duration: 00:08:01


CFIB talks NL's pot policy

11/24/2017
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We speak with Vaughn Hammond of the Canadian Federation of Independent Business about the province's new policy on pot and if it will benefit entrepreneurs in the province.

Duration: 00:08:00


Erin Costelo & Amelia Curran pair up for music documentary

11/23/2017
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Two of Atlantic Canada's most powerful women in music are pairing up for the first time. Erin Costelo and Amelia Curran speak with the CBC's Melissa Tobin about their new music documentary project.

Duration: 00:07:57


'It hurts just as much now' - Glovertown mother grieves son killed in suspected drunk driving accident

11/22/2017
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The man alleged to have killed Shawn Briffett and Harold May in February 2015 enters an Alberta court room this week. We speak with Rebecca Brifett, Shawn's mother, about how all this is taking a toll on the family.

Duration: 00:08:38


Erasing erosion in Conne River

11/20/2017
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The Clay Bank in Conne River has been eroding by several feet each year, but a group in the area have plans to solve the serious problem they think is caused by climate change.

Duration: 00:07:33


Surf clams deal good for N.L. says Indigenous group

11/17/2017
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A pitch by Indigenous groups in this province for a surf clam quota is raising questions about who can win new jobs, but the First Nations applicants say it's great for the whole province. We hear from Shayne McDonald.

Duration: 00:07:08


Lewisporte teen hopes others find comfort in her music

11/17/2017
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15-year-old Cassidy Rich packs a lot of punch with her voice and a ukulele. The CBC's Melissa Tobin talks to the Lewisporte is in teen about debut EP, Lucky Star.

Duration: 00:05:52


'Don't underestimate yourself:' Teen with cerebral palsy competes on school volleyball team

11/16/2017
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CBC's Garrett Barry meets 14-year-old Brett Smith, who has adapted to his cerebral palsy and is now a multi-sport athlete on the Bonavista Peninsula.

Duration: 00:06:21

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