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Toll-free answering machine offers listeners a medium by which to air their comments about the program and to voice their own community announcements.

Toll-free answering machine offers listeners a medium by which to air their comments about the program and to voice their own community announcements.
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Toronto, ON

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CBC

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Toll-free answering machine offers listeners a medium by which to air their comments about the program and to voice their own community announcements.

Language:

English


Episodes

Ontario Morning Podcast - Friday February 16, 2018

2/16/2018
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Algonquin Park wolves are being threatened by habitat loss and interbreeding with coyotes; Chicago comic book store owner talks about the significance of Marvel's 'Black Panther' movie; Eli Glasner reviews 'Black Panther'; Progressive Conservative insider on yesterday's leaders debate; The AR-15 rifle and gun control in the U-S; Collingwood mother and long time fan of Hedley on taking her daughter to the concert after allegations of inappropriate behaviour have been levelled at the band.

Duration:00:44:35

Ontario Morning Podcast - Thursday February 15, 2018

2/15/2018
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New hospital to be built in Picton; The CBC's Queen's Park reporter has an update on recent counterclaims made by former PC leader Patrick Brown; Former police officer, now university researcher discusses 'de-policing' a trend where officers simply respond to calls rather than proactively police a community; Mike Swift of Peterborough is playing for the Korean Olympic hockey team; Flu has hit kids hard this season; International Angelman Awareness Day

Duration:00:42:13

Ontario Morning Podcast - Wednesday February 14, 2018

2/15/2018
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The growing popularity of curling; New To Grey is a program designed to attract and keep people in Grey County; Cheryl Brown reports on reaction in Barrie to Patrick Brown's announcement that he found discrepancies in the accounts of his behaviour; The value of prenuptial agreements; Kingston restaurant named one on Canada's most romantic

Duration:00:46:40

Ontario Morning Podcast - Tuesday February 13, 2018

2/13/2018
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Might video games be included as an Olympic sport?; Given the icy conditions an emergency room doctor talks about the personal risks and costs to the health care system of slips and falls; Jury selection and if the process can be altered to provide better representation; The growing presence of LGBT athletes at the Olympics; Minister of Housing talks about new standard lease agreements that will be in effect as of April.

Duration:00:28:59

Ontario Morning Podcast - Monday February 12, 2018

2/12/2018
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North Strong Collective is a clothing company that allows customers to direct funds to specific athletes; Chief Isadore Day says the federal government needs to reform the judicial system in light of the verdict in in the killing of Colten Boushie; Local doctor explains why he campaigned to have Georgian College drop homeopathy course; Elite athletes and mental illness; Chelsea Chocolates

Duration:00:37:23

Ontario Morning Podcast - Friday February 9, 2018

2/9/2018
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Why Ottawa is revamping the environmental assessment process; Farm 911 to help first responders locate people on large properties; Queen's students are using social media to teach teens about pot; How politics and the Olympics are entwined in South and North Korea; Analysing Olympic theme music

Duration:00:35:15

Ontario Morning Podcast - Thursday February 8, 2018

2/8/2018
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Discussion of Olympic athletes who compete in both summer and winter games; Giving a voice to people who have been in foster care as a coroner investigates 11 deaths; CBC's Queen's Park reporter Mike Crawley on the parties as we approach an election; Trillium Lakelands School Board is making policy changes in anticipation of the legalising of recreational cannabis; New communal housing alternatives for older adults; Noise and heart disease; The perils of the gig economy; Ice shelves...

Duration:00:52:34

Ontario Morning Podcast - Wednesday February 7, 2018

2/7/2018
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More on the successful launch of the Falcon Heavy Rocket by SpaceX; CBC reporter Laura Osman looks at Long Term Care homes in the Ottawa Valley; How ready are the federal and provincial governments for recreational cannabis use?'; John Epping to lead Ontario team at The Briar; U-S Consul-General campaigning to reduce use of road salt; Sports books; Online mapping of Peterborough cemetery

Duration:00:47:13

Ontario Morning Podcast - Tuesday February 6, 2018

2/6/2018
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Globe and Mail financial writer Rob Carrick on the market's big drop yesterday; Survey shows many workplaces unsure of how to deal with the legalisation of cannabis; The Progressive Conservatives and the upcoming provincial election; Watch out for winter home damage; Teens and sexting; Deer recuperating from arrow to head; Robot Talks

Duration:00:46:34

Ontario Morning Podcast - Monday February 5, 2018

2/5/2018
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A lawyer explains who's responsible if your vehicle gets battered by driving into potholes; Pat Learmonth, director of Farms at Work talks about their efforts to preserve agricultural land; Sarah Roberts of Peterborough named an Outstanding Principal; Rob Benzie of the Toronto Star on the PC leadership race; Climate change and clean water on the Tyendinaga Reserve; New Lemon-Aid vehicle buyers; guide

Duration:00:36:12

Ontario Morning Podcast - Friday Februrary 2, 2018

2/2/2018
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CUPE and paramedics have concerns about having firefighters designated as paramedics; Is it right to watch the Super Bowl given the serious injuries football can cause?; Napanee youth centre closing; The Radius Project - a documentary that profiles Peterborough area musicians; Opioids and addiction in jails; Millpond Moe in Stirling; Trenton Pond Hockey tourney

Duration:00:47:21

Ontario Morning Podcast - Thursday February 1, 2018

2/1/2018
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Chair of Brighton Police Services Boards concerned about possible proliferation of legal grow ops; Proposed methane capture system for Haliburton landfill; Family doctor Peter Lin looks at the possible link between sugar and dementia; Chase the Ace lottery; America's 'Bloody Nose' strike strategy towards North Korea; Black History Month; Women are needlessly dying because of lack of information on female heart disease; The new Wiarton Willie

Duration:00:24:34

Ontario Morning Podcast - Wednesday January 30, 2018

1/31/2018
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Do More Agriculture Foundation created to help farmers deal with mental health issues; Analysis of President Trump's first State of the Union address; Carfentanyl is turning up in Ontario communities; Orillia's Citizen of the Year; More on how to deal with allegations and instances of workplace harassment and sexual misconduct; Best-selling books in Peterborough; Vic Fedeli, interim leader of the Progressive Conservative Party; Kingston doctor named to the Order of Ontario

Duration:00:54:38

Ontario Morning Podcast - Tuesday January 30, 2018

1/30/2018
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Brockville council contemplates a hotel tax; Bitcoin and blockchain explained at Barrie seminar; What next for Ontario's Progressive Conservatives?; Peterborough Public Library opens after renovations; New nursing course at Trent focuses on mental illness; Take your sick days urges mother of child with compromised immune system; Super blue blood moon

Duration:00:40:34

Ontario Morning Podcast - Monday January 29, 2018

1/29/2018
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Peterborough's Deputy Chief of Police spends the night on the street in support of homeless people; Call for government support for families who homeschool; Reaction in Barrie to the resignation of Patrick Brown; Trial by media, Public Editor of the Toronto Star talks about criteria for reporting stories; Treatment of aboriginal patients at hospitals in the 60's; Australian study says teens should not be offered alcohol even in small amounts; Bletchley codebreaker

Duration:00:53:45

Ontario Morning Podcast - Friday January 26, 2018

1/26/2018
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Former female staffer on Parliament Hill offers an insider's perspective on the potential for sexual misconduct; Conservative strategist Jason Lietaer considers the prospects for the P.C.'s following the resignation of leader Patrick Brown; Female non-uniformed workers at the O.P.P. take complaints to Human Rights tribunal; Employment lawyer discusses means by which employees can help after being subject to abuse; A paramedic talks about unexpected deliveries - of babies

Duration:00:34:58

Ontario Morning Podcast - Thursday January 25, 2018

1/25/2018
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The correlation between getting the flu and having a heart attack; CBC's Queen's Park reporter Mike Crawley and Rob Benzie discuss the resignation of PC leader Patrick Brown; CMHA has new campaign for funding 'Erase the Difference'; How music can repel loiterers in public spaces; Questions about the effectiveness of morning sickness drug, Diclectin; NDP leader Andrea Horwath reacts to resignation of Patrick Brown; Converting churches

Duration:00:52:07

Ontario Morning Podcast - Thursday January 25, 2018

1/25/2018
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The correlation between getting the flu and having a heart attack; CBC's Queen's Park reporter Mike Crawley and Rob Benzie discuss the resignation of PC leader Patrick Brown; CMHA has new campaign for funding 'Erase the Difference'; How music can repel loiterers in public spaces; Questions about the effectiveness of morning sickness drug, Diclectin; NDP leader Andrea Horwath reacts to resignation of Patrick Brown; Converting churches

Duration:00:52:07

Ontario Morning Podcast - Wednesday January 24, 2018

1/24/2018
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O.P.P. has advice on staying safe on your snowmobile; Large fraud revealed at Presqu'ile Point Point Lighthouse Preservation Society; Some landlords want the right to prohibit tenants from smoking marijuana; Some fisherman on Thai shrimp boats still subject to terrible conditions; How the presence of innovative companies can create local inequality; Most borrowed books in Simcoe County; Barrie library system wants money for more security; More women and minorities acknowledged in Oscar...

Duration:00:53:19

Ontario Morning Podcast - Wednesday January 24, 2018

1/24/2018
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O.P.P. has advice on staying safe on your snowmobile; Large fraud revealed at Presqu'ile Point Point Lighthouse Preservation Society; Some landlords want the right to prohibit tenants from smoking marijuana; Some fisherman on Thai shrimp boats still subject to terrible conditions; How the presence of innovative companies can create local inequality; Most borrowed books in Simcoe County; Barrie library system want money for more security; More women and minorities acknowledged in Oscar...

Duration:00:53:19

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