While you've been sleeping, the world has changed. The St. John’s Morning Show tells you how. We bring you the latest news, the stories that matter most, and the information you need.
We speak with three voters about the election promises we've been hearing so far, and how candidates are making connections on the campaign trail during this pandemic winter election.
Ambulance system under Red Alert
Eastern Health ambulances and their staff are still struggling to meet call demand - and at least one official says the situation is dangerous. We hear from the president of NAPE - the union that represents paramedics.
Racism in schools
The year 2020 prompted an increased awareness about racial discrimination around the world. We reach the Anti-Racism Coalition of NL to talk about how they are now hearing more complaints about racist incidents in schools.
Young voters panel
What would it take to keep more young people in this province? We assemble a panel to talk about what politicians need to know about young voters.
There’s no place like home: We talk to the head of the provincial Realtors’ Association about the surprising strength of the housing market over the past year.
We hear how a homegrown award-winning program is helping people with autism find meaningful work.
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St. John’s CBC fan
I love listening to Krissy. She is upbeat and doesn’t let negativity creep into the conversations and is always appreciative to her interviewees. I think she should have been selected to lead the morning show.
I also appreciate the reduction in personal bantering on the show now. We know they all have to get up early. After all it’s the morning show. Professional should be the first ingredient in the mix. Less personal anecdotes and silly contests please!