This week a debate about indigenous fishing rights, thoughts on the Laurentian University labour dispute, a Syrian teenager on adapting to Canadian life, naming arenas, and a look at public servant salaries.
This week we talk about hitting during football practices, a possible school ban on cartwheels, the Reformation of the Christian church, the Sudbury bribery trial, the all season road to James Bay, and a new novel by Rod Carley of North Bay.
This week the premier testifies at the Sudbury bribery trial, we meet a Sears worker who lost her job, the wife of a dead miner shares her frustration getting justice, the story of a missing teenager, help for victims of Hurricane Irma, and why video game
We look at whether Sudbury needs a safe injection site. Also NHL player Nick Foligno talks about the importance of raising money for NEO Kids, and several Sudbury teachers are facing disciplinary hearings for sexual and physical abuse allegations.
This week a marathon for mental health, Indigenous children wait two years for mental health support, Theatre Cambrian struggles, a Sudbury actor featured in national ads, dog bites man, pollinating insects, and the Sudbury Camino Challenge.