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Ontario Morning tells you what's happening in your world — whether it's down the road or around the globe. Get the latest national and international news on World Report and local newscasts on the half-hour.

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Ontario Morning tells you what's happening in your world — whether it's down the road or around the globe. Get the latest national and international news on World Report and local newscasts on the half-hour.

    Ontario Morning Podcast - Friday May 20, 2020

    Ontario Morning Podcast - Friday May 20, 2020

    The CBC's Jason Viau reports on how some greenhouses are being used to grow illegal cannabis and how farm workers there may be unaware that they're aiding a criminal operation; Last year Mike Shoreman tried and failed to be the first person with a disability to paddleboard across an international border. This summer, he has a new goal: to paddle the Great Lakes; Our Haydn Taylor reports on some of the vitriol in the current provincial election campaign from signs vandalized with racist slurs to getting verbally attacked by protesters; Chief Laurie Carr of Hiawatha First Nation talks about the return of their pow wow this weekend; CBC reporter Linda Ward outlines how the issue of affordability has come to the fore in the provincial election and how the major parities say they'll respond; Eli Glasner reviews 'Downton Abbey - A New Era' and 'Chip n' Dale: Rescue Rangers"; Record-high property sales, dwindling listings and increased demand for rentals might have you rethinking how you can experience your own getaway. Michelle Kelly, editor of Cottage Life magazine shares some strategies for those looking to enjoy their next lakeside vacation; Demiesha Dennis, the founder and director of 'Brown Girl Outdoor World' talks with Chris and Ramraaj about the importance of enjoying the outdoors.

    • 1 hr 6 min
    Ontario Morning Podcast - Thursday May 19, 2022

    Ontario Morning Podcast - Thursday May 19, 2022

    According to the Public Health Agency of Canada, 1 in every 50 Canadian children and adolescents are autistic. For years families have pleaded with the government for more support. Now a new report released by the Canadian Academy of Health Sciences provides a nationwide assessment of autism and a strategy to help. We find out more from Mélanie Couture of the Academy; Author and playwright Drew Hayden Taylor takes Chris Glover and Ontario Morning's new host, Ramraajh Sharvendiran on a radio tour of his neighbourhood at Curve Lake; Andrew Rasiulis, a fellow with the Canadian Global Affairs Institute in Ottawa updates us on the Russian invasion of Ukraine; Once again, there is an immediate need for donations of blood. We find out more from Debbi Barfoot who's with Canadian Blood Services in Kingston; We're midway through the provincial election campaign. Analyst Éric Grenier outlines what the polls are saying at this point in the campaign; Family doctor Peter Lin discusses what is known about the relatively rare - but very dangerous - emergence of hepatitis among children; The town of Bracebridge is changing the rules for short-term rentals. Stephen Rettie, the town's Chief Administrative Officer explains why they've initiated the new policy; The May 24th long weekend is the unofficial beginning of the gardening season. Peterborough master gardener Mary-Jane Pilgrim answers our listeners' question.

    • 1 hr 4 min
    Ontario Morning Podcast - Wednesday May 18, 2022

    Ontario Morning Podcast - Wednesday May 18, 2022

    North Korea is reported to be on the brink of a Covid-19 catastrophe unless it rolls out vaccines and drug treatments immediately. We speak with international affairs expert Tina Park of Carleton University about the situation; Because of the restrictions caused by COVID-19, thousands of people in the province have been forced to wait for medical treatment. Dr. Jeffery Tyberg, the Chief of Staff at the Royal Victoria Regional Health Centre in Barrie tells us how they been trying to get to all the patients awaiting treatment; How high will they go? Roger McKnight, the chief petroleum analyst for the consulting group En-Pro International discusses the record-high gas prices; Joe Moysiuk -paleontologist and PhD candidate with the Royal Ontario Museum - tells us about some interesting local wildlife - from about 450 million years ago. He tells us about the discovery of the fossil of a marellomorph; A new movement emerging on social media could be indicative that young workers are ready to prioritize their work-life balance. We find out more from Ali Breen of the Challenge Factory; 46 wins in a row - and a perfect season for the Peterborough Junior A lacrosse team. Ed Arnold recalls the excitement of that 1974 season in his new book ‘Peterborough’s Perfect Season: With Benny and His Jets.’ David Lyon of Queen's University discusses his study that examines the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic on surveillance, in particular how alert apps and other technologies were introduced without much explanation or follow-up; The Mayor of Owen Sound, Ian Boddy, takes Chris Glover and our new host Ramraajh Sharvendiran on a radio tour of his region.

    • 58 min
    Ontario Morning Podcast - Tuesday May 17, 2020

    Ontario Morning Podcast - Tuesday May 17, 2020

    The CBC's Antonia Reed investigates why eating disorders are on the rise for young people and adults snd why some people have been struggling with their relationship to food during the pandemic; A white gunman accused of "racially motivated violent extremism" killed 10 people and wounded three in Buffalo on Saturday. Today, President Biden will speak to Americans grieving after another example of racist violence. Political scientist Keneshia Grant discusses what message she expects him to bring; Many CBC listeners know Elamin Abdelmahmoud for his pop culture podcast POP CHAT. He's now released a new memoir entitled "Son of Elsewhere: A Memoir In Pieces". Elamin talked with host Piya Chattapadhyay on CBC Radio's Sunday Magazine about growing up in Kingston, Ontario; Tonight, a private session will be held in Peterborough to discuss the opioid crisis. We hear more about the off-the-record meeting from organizer and recovering addict Alex Bierk; Laura Osman of the Canadian Press discusses the federal government's new National Adaption Strategy targeted to mitigating climate change; Our Queen's Park reporter, Mike Crawley recaps last night's provincial leaders debate; ? Haliburton County has come up with an ingenious way to use goats to protect some vital land at Barnum Creek Nature Reserve. Sheila Ziman of the Haliburton Highlands Land Trust tells us more.

    • 52 min
    Ontario Morning Podcast - Monday May 16, 2022

    Ontario Morning Podcast - Monday May 16, 2022

    More than half-a-million Ontarians live with ADHD or Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder. But it's unlikely to be the focus of much attention during the debate tonight among provincial political party leaders. Heidi Bernhardt of The Centre for ADHD Awareness Canada tells us how they are helping families engage with candidates; Alex Marland teaches political science at Memorial University. He'sthe author of 'Whipped: Party Discipline in Canada,' and a Professor of Political Science at Memorial University. He discusses how parties vet their candidates in light of some the difficulties a number of them have had during this provincial election; Has our public civility declined over the course of the pandemic? And why? Laura Cavanagh has a few ideas. She is a registered psychotherapist and professor of behavioural sciences at Seneca College. It's probably no consolation to weary fans of the Toronto Maple Leafs, but two Canadian teams will move on in the N.H.L. playoffs. Sean Fitzgerald talks about the prospects for Canada's teams; Cecil Foster is a Canadian novelist and professor at the University of Buffalo who lives ten minutes away from the scene of the shooting of 13 people on the weekend; He offers his perspective on the tragedy; CBC reporter Joanne Chianello profiles the New Blue Party and the Ontario Party, two new parties in the province who are vying for our votes.

    • 48 min
    Ontario Morning Podcast - May 13 2022

    Ontario Morning Podcast - May 13 2022

    A new report indicates Indigenous women now make up half of the female population in Canadian prisons…and the number is growing.

    Mental health has been a major focus throughout the pandemic...Promises to prioritize it are showing up on provincial election platforms. A national conference on this week brings together the latest research and advances in mental health and suicide prevention.

    Do they stay or do they go? Kingston City council held a special meeting last night to address the homeless encampment that has been occupying Belle Park.

    Farmers’ market season is back! And with it, a new generation of vendors making their debut, including at the historic Barrie Farmers’ Market.

    • 38 min

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