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(In at 0:58) Marine Atlantic president and CEO talks about their incoming new ferry, (10:34) two sisters in Benoit's Cove are revitalizing their Mi'kmaw culture in the community, (18:42) commissioner Brenda Lucki explains how the RCMP approaches policing in N.L., (26:27) and the owner of 3-F Waste Recovery explains their new cosmetic product made f…
 
(0:53) Dr. David Carroll talks about virtual emergency room service across Central Health region, (11:05) student arborist Victoria Hynes tells us why birch trees are yellowing early, (18:50) Food First NL launches the Western NL Food Hub, (26:22) Martine and Isaac Blue retrace Farley Mowat sailing routes for sailing show Floating After Farley.…
 
(1:08) A photography project from Grenfell's art school showcases long term care residents, (7:12) Nancy Pearson picks up garbage from beaches and helps develop Eyesea app, (18:23) Mark Lane discusses changes on the horizon for aquaculture in N.L., (25:22) Blair Bursey recaps Blainville QC golf tournament and looks forward to the future.…
 
(1:00) Sandee Harnum uses her dog's tragic death as a warning to others about pets eating sand, (8:48) Meredith Loveys reacts to Wednesday's announcements about government assistance to lower childcare costs, (19:50) Sandra Seaward talks 25 year anniversary celebration of Atlantic Aviation Museum, (27:55) Bernardine Stapleton tells about a new play…
 
(0:50) Brad Eisan from Red Indian Surveys talks company name change to Landmark Surveys, (8:47) Jackie Bauman from Atlantic Healthy Oceans Iniative & Steven House from Shallow Bay Motel talk transition away from single use plastics, (18:41) Graeme Somerville-Ryan tells about Eyesea app for tracking the types of garbage washing up in the oceans.…
 
(0:57) Deer Lake mayor Dean Ball reports live from the scene of the highway washout, (9:18) justice minister John Hogan reacts to calls for civilian oversight of Royal Newfoundland Constabulary, (18:50) beekeeper Ian Hussey talks about his bumper year for honey production, (27:05) Piers Evans explains how folks can get involved with a citizen scien…
 
(1:02) Ledon Wellon tells her experience with in-vitro fertilization and why she thinks it should be offered in N.L., (8:14) Caitlin Urquhart advocates for civilian oversight of Royal Newfoundland Constabulary, (16:23) author Mike Martin details his latest novel Safe Harbour, (27:10) N.L.-born singer Yvette Lorraine discusses new EP, premieres her …
 
(In at 1:06) Service NL Minister Sarah Stoodley discusses changes on the horizon for motor registration post-pandemic, (10:43) vehicle owner Dan Chaisson talks about the arduous task of registering his motorcycle & reacts to Minister Stoodley, (18:25) Dr. Anna Dominic tells us about the sharp increase in demand for treatment of eating disorders in …
 
(In at 0:58) The future of Marble Mountain looks uncertain with no deal reached for a private buy-out, (8:46) Greg Janes is hoping to create a new park with a sweat lodge in Corner Brook, (16:47) Meagan Philpott from the Association for New Canadians NL and former new Canadian Mishal Abdullah talk about what it takes for newcomers to settle comfort…
 
(Starts at 0:52 mark) The RCMP officially opens its new, state-of-the-art police station in Rocky Harbour, (8:20) the Town of Grand Falls-Windsor is planning several ways to honour the Indigenous peoples who have traditionally lived in Central Newfoundland, (17:47) a woman from Stanhope comes home from Calgary for the first time in 10 years, and (2…
 
The town of Conche is a small outport on the eastern side of the Northern Peninsula. Fewer than 200 people live there, including just a handful of children. But this summer, some families from away have been able to come home for a visit - and that's brought new life to the community. Brendan Fitzpatrick joined us for "Havin' A Yarn."…
 
(In at 0:53 mark) We'll find out why the hospital on Fogo Island recently had no doctor available to provide emergency or outpatient care for about a six-hour period, (10:06) a plan to "Discover Cow Head" started out with a focus on tourism, then ended up winning a national award, (19:44) a heritage group in Grand Falls-Windsor wants to know all ab…
 
(Starts at 0:47 mark) Port Aux Basques mayor is disappointed that Marine Atlantic will not move its corporate office to the town, (7:43) veterinarian says a trend toward feeding raw food to dogs may be harming humans, and (18:03) a family with ties to Newfoundland created a colouring book to help others talk about a dark subject. Learn about "D is …
 
(Starts at 00:57 mark) CUPE employees with the Town of Grand Falls-Windsor were locked out by their employer on Thursday after rejected the Town's final offer in negotiations. Nicole Dunphy is a national representative with CUPE. ( 9:36) The City of Corner Brook offers a 50-dollar rebate to visitors who book accommodations in the city for three nig…
 
(Starts at 0:52 mark) The Town of Grand Falls-Windsor locked out its workers as of 5:00 Thursday this morning, after contact talks broke down recently, (10:38) a Mi'kmaw group based in Gander in Central is having a cultural celebration this weekend, (19:18) an American couple who live most of the year on Newfoundland's Northern Peninsula have been …
 
(Starts at 0:49 mark) Fuel analyst Dan McTeague tells us why NL is seeing record-high prices at the gas pumps, (11:27) Marcella Williams of the Flat Bay band is the new Mi'kmaw cultural interpreter at Gros Morne National Park, (18:10) a new event on Wednesdays in Deer Lake helps craftspeople sell their products in person after many months with no s…
 
(Starts at 0:59 Mark) Tanya Joy organized the Joy Run 50 trail run in honour of her brother who died by suicide, (16:29) Memorial University international students tell us what it will be like to have to pay 20-thousand dollars a year in fees after tuition hikes kick in, (26:24) people in Twillingate are still reeling as a fire last weekend destroy…
 
(Starts at 1:06 mark) Town of Gander grounds its plans for an air show this year by Canada's Snowbirds, (8:41) anti-poverty advocate gives a thumbs-down to a planned tuition increase at Memorial University, (15:24) Theatre students from Grenfell Campus hope to get back soon to study at Memorial's campus in Harlow, England, and (24:51) a knitter fro…
 
(Starts at 0:59 mark) Participants at the "Empowering Indigenous Women for Stronger Communities" retreat talk about sharing power to help them better solve social problems where they live, (8:06) an old, run-down paper mill building gets a makeover as a research centre, (15:34) Memorial University's campus in Harlow, England, hopes for better thing…
 
(Starts at 0:43 mark) Municipal workers in Grand Falls-Windsor, represented by the Canadian Union of Public Employees, have voted overwhelmingly to reject the employers' final offer and have given the OK for job action. We spoke with Ed White, national representative for CUPE in NL ,and Grand Falls-Windsor Mayor Barry Manuel. (19:12) NatureNL is ma…
 
We've started a new series on CBC Newfoundland Morning, called "Whatever Happened To..."Today, whatever happened to photo booths - you know, those small boxes that you'd sit in to get your picture taken, that would then print out strips of photographs? They used to be common in shopping malls, but now, they're difficult to come by. Kelly Drover is …
 
(Starts at 0:51 mark) Crews for Disney's "Peter Pan and Wendy" movie will film in the area of beautiful Bonavista, (7:29) a mild NL winter was great for those of us who hate shoveling, but our water tables might be suffering because of it, and (14:30) Bishop's Falls musician Barry Canning is among thousands who will be flocking back to the province…
 
(Starts at 1:02 mark) Central Newfoundland faces a challenge to recruit and keep family practitioners in rural areas, (9:16) independent team that investigates serious incidents involving police in NL is up and running, (15:22) Grand Falls-Windsor fire chief says a forest fire like the one that destroyed Lytton, BC is possible in NL, and (25:07) In…
 
(Starts at 1:02 mark) The "Empowering Indigenous Women for Stronger Communities" group will sell artwork and outdoor experiences to raise money for their work, (8:40) Fogo Island Inn's rooms had been mostly vacant since March of 2020, but the business has re-opened, (15:59) Botwood's Mural Arts Society gears up for a productive summer as a well-kno…
 
(Starts at 0:49 mark) ) Last week, the Public Health Agency of Canada released new guidelines on what fully vaccinated Canadians can do. We asked Dr. Janice Fitzgerald, NL's Chief Medical Officer of Health, for guidance on what's permitted or advisable here. (9:41) The Town of Musgrave Harbour has called on the Red Cross for help with clean drinkin…
 
June is Pride month, and CBC Newfoundland Morning's "People You Should Know" series focuses on members of the LGBTQ+ community in NL. Elliott Blackmore is a 17-year-old Memorial University student, originally from Grand Falls-Windsor. At the age of twelve, Elliott told the world he was transgender. His 'coming out' was possible - in part - thanks t…
 
(Starts at 1:04) A Grand Falls-Windsor woman calls for better mental health care after her boyfriend was shot and killed by police, (14:19) a Labrador woman has been appointed as Memorial University's first vice-president (Indigenous), (23:23) the company that operates boat tours in Gros Morne National Park is hoping for a much better summer than l…
 
A violent night that followed years of struggle and failure. That’s how Amanda Antle describes a fatal shooting she witnessed in Grand Falls-Windsor in June. Her ex-boyfriend, Roy Freake, was killed by police in her house. As the CBC's Garrett Barry tells us, Antle doesn’t blame the officers - she blames a system that she says let Roy Freake down.…
 
(Starts at 0:38 mark) The noise and flashes of light from backyard fireworks can be disturbing to pets or people, especially when the devices are set off unexpectedly. A concerned citizen of Grand Falls-Windsor has asked the town council to help reduce those disturbances. (8:24) A cabin rental business in Cormack has done a makeover to highlight th…
 
June is Pride month, and CBC Newfoundland Morning's "People You Should Know" series focuses on members of the LGBTQ+ community in NL. Roxanne Letiec and Carla Cooper-Letiec of Stephenville got married in 2012 and are now parents to a very active six year old named Grace. Getting married in a church was important to Roxanne and Carla, but being allo…
 
(Starts at 1:08) Bernice Hillier was live on location today in Cow Head, as the Gros Morne Theatre Festival prepared to open at Theatre Newfoundland Labrador's brand-new theatre building. TNL Artistic Director Jeff Pitcher told us about the making of a dream come true. (12:37) The building was named the Nurse Myra Bennett Centre as a tribute to the…
 
(Starts at 1:02 mark) NL's education minister responds to our story about the Mi'kmaq "mercenary myth" that was once taught in school textbooks; (4:24) Labrador-Grenfell Health wants to clarify the rollout of COVID-19 vaccines because people are often confused about where to go and what to do next; (9:57) Food First NL wants to see government bring…
 
Alicia Winter of Glenwood says she always knew she was a writer, although she didn't always think her work was worthy of publishing. But with encouragement from her family, she has released her first children's book. The Kinder Way is about choosing kindness - even to those who may not think they deserve it.…
 
Last summer, NL school bus operators had to scramble to buy extra buses, to meet public health restrictions and allow drivers and passengers to keep a safe distance onboard. Operators signed contracts and brought new buses to the province. But now, some operators say that with no word on what will happen next school year, they have to sell off thei…
 
(Starts at 0:48) Unifor members working on the Gulf ferries claim Marine Atlantic is conducting invasive and illegal alcohol testing among them, (13:54) Gander Academy students watch with excitement as their brand new school building is going up, right next door, and (20:01) people on the streets of Corner Brook give their two cents' worth on Newfo…
 
(Starts at 0:55 mark) The family of a 20-year-old Port aux Basques woman with heart inflammation say doctors have told them they "highly suspect" a link to the COVID-19 vaccine. (11:31) The RCMP checks up on how well ATV drivers are obeying the rules on town streets. (18:48) They're the meanest things on six legs - we learn about the growing concer…
 
Mi'kmaw researchers say there is no historical basis for the so-called mercenary myth, which says the French brought Mi'kmaq to NL to kill the Beothuks. We celebrate National Indigenous Peoples Day with live music from a Native American flute maker in Corner Brook, and the fundraising group for the province's first residential hospice has raised si…
 
(Starts at 1:10 mark) Despite glitches in the 2021 NL provincial election, Municipalities Newfoundland and Labrador says mail-in voting is an important option in the upcoming municipal votes. (8:26) It's enough to make you feel crabby. An invasive species, called green crab, is spreading off our coasts. (14:15) Seniors at Lakeside Homes in Gander e…
 
(Starts at 1:02 mark) NL's Department of Health and Community Services says it works with its regional health authorities to prevent couples entering long-term care from being separated, (3:00) PAL Airlines is stepping up to serve many of the air routes that Air Canada abandoned during the pandemic, (10:19) Covid-19 sets provinces back in their que…
 
(Starts at 0:55 mark) People in St. Anthony aren't convinced that cuts to services at their local hospital are only temporary, despite what Labrador-Grenfell Health says. (18:25) The City of Corner Brook is planning to step up and fix a pothole in the middle of town, although it says it's not theirs, and (23:45) internationally renowned cellist Ofr…
 
(Starts at 0:54 mark) Western Health official follows up on public complaints about a shortage of information regarding Covid-19 cases in Bay St. George, (11:22) woman speaks out after her parents were separated going into long-term care. (21:31) Cemetery plastic flowers: tacky and cheap, or works of art? Photographer opts for the latter in new exh…
 
(Starts at 0:55) NL's community pharmacies prepare to boost the province's Covid-19 vaccination efforts, (10:27) communities weight the pros and cons of using mail-in ballots in this fall's municipal elections, (19:57) MUN researcher studies the impact on the environment as the pandemic keeps people in their homes and away from nature, and (26:06) …
 
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