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CBC Radio's Labrador Morning keeps people informed about what's happening around them. Labradorians hear about it first on Labrador Morning.
CBC Radio's On The Go has now been on the air for 50 years, bringing Newfoundlanders and Labradorians stories from every nook, cranny and cove in the province.
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.
Silencio. From somewhere you know, aimed to you. Listen in, don’t tell. As fantasy intoxicates reality, observation becomes drowned understanding.
A podcast about growing up and living in Labrador. Sharing oral histories with those who have a connection with Labrador.
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We love to talk to you about your historic pieces! We've talked caribou coats, letters, and so much more on the show but how do you preserve those personal historical items for the long term? For her advice, Labrador Morning's Heidi Atter reached Miki Lee, a conservator at The Rooms.
A Memorial University Grad hasn’t been seen in almost 2 weeks, after allegedly being detained by Iranian security forces. We speak with his friend and one of his professors
Taking a dim view of bright lights: St. John's deputy mayor Sheilagh O'Leary illuminates the city's position on a dispute in the Outer Battery.
Most behavioral and performance problems stem from a dog either not understanding expectations, or the dog being denied a chance at enjoying its life purpose. Regardless of why any of us has the dog or dogs we have, it is easier to have things the way we want if we understand the needs of our animals, and how to deal with those.…
Rick Lambe is on his way in with his guitar to play live music for us in studio this morning, and to tell us about a benefit concert that's happening for John and Sandy Cossar next week.
A swimming phenom is back in the pool, and looking for his next win. We chat with Chris Weeks.
0:00 CBC's new, free streaming channel aims to bring even more original video content to our national audience. Hear from Michael Gruzuk, the Senior Director of CBC News Studios, about CBC News Explore.07:43 They've made a home in Newfoundland and Labrador but now they feel forced to leave. Why international PhD students are calling for changes.14:…
We have two of Newfoundlands funniest people in studio! We chat with Mary Walsh and Dave Sullivan about their second season of the Misses Downstairs.
They're the kids in class that ALWAYS have great hair, and now they've got awards to prove it! We meet the up and coming Skills Canada junior high hair talent and one of their mentors, a Newfoundlander who is is 15th best in the world.
After a Grinch stole his car, and all the gifts he had in it... One St. John's man says he was shocked when a stranger helped him out. We hear how a devastating 24 hours ended with some surprising ‘retail therapy'
We hear how you can help Make the Season Kind, as CBC prepares for Feed NL Day on Dec. 16th.
0:00 Wavin' flags! We're catching up with a Labradorian who is taking in the World Cup and he isn't the only Labradorian who lives in Qatar and who's cheering on Canada. We'll find out what it's like to be there.8:57 : 'Tis the season for online shopping deals - and sadly online SCAMS. The Better Business Bureau is warning about an increase in Face…
Nunatsiavut marks its 17th birthday as a modern, autonomous entity with what it hopes will be an Inuit-made solution to the never-ending housing problems. We speak with the director of the Nunatsiavut Housing Commission. (Anthony Germain with Brenna Jarrar)
A Clarenville man says rats snacked on his Subaru. Turns out it was the appetizer before they skittered off to the main course: the Elantra... a surprisingly edible vehicle. After he shares his experience, we check in with Joseph Carter aka "The Mink Man" in Salt Lake City to hear his approach to controlling rats.…
A tragic shipwreck story that has forever connected the residents of Pouch Cove and Cupids. Ken Pittman of the Pouch Cover Heritage Society joins us to tell us why the wreck of the Waterwitch is still remembered in the towns 147 years later.
Putting safety first. We speak to a dedicated crossing guard and student favourite at Rennie's River Elementary.
Homelessness is on the rise in St. John's, as we've been hearing on the show. We speak with a few people who know what it's like to bounce between shelters, and we hear how they're coping with the cost of living.
All the world's a stage, and that includes Conception Bay South. We talk to the founders of Theatre CBS about their upcoming radio-play production of A Christmas Carole
A corner of Water Street has been quieter this week. Button accordionist and busker Don Tucker recently passed away.
0:00 We have the next part of the CBC series Concerning Care. Its focus -- when elderly couples need to move into a long-term care home, many face not just an unknown environment, but also a separation from their partner. One St. John's resident is worried that his and his wife's different care levels will keep them apart. 7:38 The Canadian men hav…
Another Atlantic Canadian province saw two wind energy projects get pitched and then ditched: The Conservation Council in New Brunswick wrote a report that asks a pertinent question for this province: Why do wind energy projects fail? We speak with the Director of Climate Change and Energy Solutions for the Conservation Council of New Brunswick. (A…
The City of St. John's has done nothing to douse some blinding lights in The Battery. Some residentshave started a petition because they say a businessman who bought up some properties is maliciously trying to intimidate neighbours. (Anthony Germain with Christina Smith and Judith Adler)
Geraldine, Phil and Andrew are in studio to talk about their recent cross country tour, and their new album.
MUN is pairing international students with local families to share a holiday meal. Find out how to sign up!
We learn about recent research on the lives of 19th century and early 20th century sex workers in St. John's, and how how newly discovered records from Her Majesty's Penitentiary are filling some gaps in that history.
This weekend, Food First NL hosted a day of "rethinking food charity" with food banks in the province. We hear some insights from that event.
0:00 The first batch of students started their nursing program at the Labrador Campus in Happy Valley-Goose Bay this fall. So how is this new program coming along? We'll hear from the satellite sites associate dean for the Bachelor of Science in Nursing Program at Memorial University of Newfoundland & Labrador.5:29 In less than a month, sixteen sen…
It's both a sculpture and a working timepiece. We drop by Pouch Cove's new sculpture garden to take a look at the latest adddition. (Anthony Germain with Gerald Vaandering and Po Chun Lau)
The director of the Harris Centre at Memorial University drops by with the results of this year's Forecast NL project "Vital Signs" - looking into such things as ageing demographics and population shift. (Anthony Germain with Rob Greenwood)
Helping people with disabilities enjoy the great outdoors is an ongoing quest for a MUN researcher. (Anthony Germain with T.A. Loeffler)
Because of lengthy construction, some angry residents on the southern part of Bay Bulls Road say it'slike living in a battle zone, and some businesses are giving up the battle. Kurt Fleming says he's closing the doors of Fleming's New Furniture because the construction has choked off customers. Joe Holden - is with Kenny's auto body, also on Bay Bu…
A local runner will be heading for International competition in the New year after a stellar performance in Ottawa at the Athletics Canada Cross-country Championships on the weekend. Kate Bazeley finished 4th in the women's race.
A historic moment, followed by a tough loss. We talk to a Newfoundlander in Qatar about Canada's loss to Croatia at yesterday's World Cup game.
Continued discussions on shelter demand and homelessness with End Homelessness St. John's, The Gathering Place, and the opposition party
We take a closer look at Canada's new National Adaptation Strategy... which is meant to help communities face the mounting impacts of a changing climate. (0:34) It's that time of year again... people are getting snowmobiles ready for the season - but is it safe to be on the ice yet? (6:31)The Moravian cemetery project is continuing throughout the n…
More bad weather, more breakwater and road damage on the Avalon's southern shore. We talk to the Mayor of Trepassey.
Still a bit early to tell if The downtown Santa Claus Parade will go ahead Sunday as planned. But it's not the only sign the holiday season is kicking into high gear. I've got two more examples sitting in front of me nowLynn Mcshane and Katelyn Warren.Two key organizers with the 14th annual Mummers Festival.It starts tomorrow with a workshop in St.…
Some of the BRIGHTEST smiles last night belong to my next three guests who are with Studio Verso: It won the BIGGIE the 2022 business resilience award. Emily Hickey, Maria Snow and Kayla Greene.
A massive, abandoned fishplant has been rotting away for years collapsing in largesections and provincial government after government just left if there much to the annoyance of thepeople who live there. Now that a hideous eyesore has FINALLY been knocked down and taken away.
Hundreds of women escaping domestic violence have no where to go. They're being turned away from shelters because there are no beds available. We ask the Minister responsible what his immediate plan is to help.
The big guy in red and the big stick bologna are back. All the details on Sunday's Downtown Christmas Parade.
We all enjoy a Christmas market or two leading up to the big day. This morning, we hear from a crafter who'll tell us how much work goes into getting ready for craft fairs and markets during this busy time of year.
One southern shore business is giving back this holiday season by offering families free pictures with Santa Claus. We talk to the owner of Arbour Restaurant
A chance of a lifetime. The virologist we looked to for guidance in the pandemic interviews the virologist that inspired his career. We speak to Rod Russell about his interview with Dr. Anthony Fauci.
The Provincial Government announced relief cheques in early October. We speak with Paul Lane on how the process didn't turn out to be as smooth as expected.
You've probably experienced it. Fitting room frustration. Trying on clothes that should be your size, but the fit is all over the map. A CBC Marketplace investigation looks at some popular brands of jeans that might be using retail tricks around sizing to get you to buy. (0:39)How climate change affects how the Inuit live and harvest on the land. (…
Until a family friend suggested she apply, Maeve Collins-Tobin hadn't even considered going to Oxford University as the next Rhodes Scholar from Nfld and Labrador. Next October, she'll be packing up her bagsand heading off to the City of Dreaming Spires. Maeve grew up in St. John's. She's currently completing her final semester of a Bachelor of Pub…
Charles Pender, city councillor in Corner Brook says the price needs to come down even more before he can follow through with his plan to swap out his oil furnace for a new electric set-up.These days, people in the market to BUY a house are taking a close look at the heating system in their potential future home. It's always a topic of conversation…
We continue our conversation about women's shelters in the province. We hear about the rising demand at Iris Kirby House in St. John's.
Keeping fit with the seniors aquafit class. We hear about the funnest fitness class in town!