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Educators see it all when it comes to students and social media. We hear from a guidance counsellor and a junior high teacher about the impact on kids and in the classroom.
We'll take you to a haunted house in Mount Pearl that's been turning heads since Labour Day weekend.
How is COVID-19 impacting your work life? We explore that question, using a mental health lens.
Just two more days until proof of vaccination becomes more important than ever. But there’s a group of people in this province who can’t download a vaccine passport or access their vaccination record online. We hear from one of them.
Government comes up with initiatives to try to address the deepening shortage of family doctors. Is it enough, or too little too late? We hear from the province's medical association.
A new play commemorates a St John's suffragist with a long string of accomplishments, who also struggled with mental illness. We learn more about that play.
We talk to photographer Ray Mackey about his new book, and give you a chance to win a copy of your own.
If you've ever been curious or unsure about the right language to use when it comes to people who are trans, we have a guest who's able to coach you through all the basics on how to be inclusive and respectful.
Last week, we brought you the story of one woman’s fight with N-L Housing to find safe, suitable accommodations. We take a look at the bigger picture of housing insecurity, with Hope Jamieson from the Community Housing Transformation Centre.
One woman's fight for safe housing. The Morning Show's Jonny Hodder brings us that story
After yesterday’s conversation with Health Minister John Haggie, we talk to a family doctor in Torbay about the realities of meeting patients’ needs in this province.
We hear about a new cookbook taking readers on a "one-year food journey" of local, wild food on the island.
Is there or isn't there a "plan" to deal with the family doctor shortage? We ask the Health Minister John Haggie.
The province's new mandatory vaccine passport program is set to get going on October 22nd. We chat with a couple of local business owners who are trying to figure out exactly how that's going to work.
Is a third dose of the COVID vaccine coming for the elderly, or all of us? We ask the acting Chief Medical Officer of Health, Dr. Rosann Seviour.
As the family of Gregory Pike searches for answers in the wake of his death by suicide at Her Majesty's Penitentiary last month, Cindy Murphy from the John Howard Society will join us to talk about what can be done to provide better access to services for inmates.
An Inuk dad from Labrador says his son began showing symptoms at age 3, but wasn't diagnosed until the age of 12. His father believes the province's health care system is to blame for the long delay.
We get an update on how things are going with the province's vax pass app that was launched late last week. Digital Government Minister Sarah Stoodley is our guest.
We speak with a woman in this province who tested positive with Covid 19, and is now encouraging other pregnant women to get vaccinated.
We talk about getting the garden ready for winter, and some thanksgiving day recipes from the homestead.
A Bell Island pharmacist is warning of a health care crisis, after the community's only remaining doctor announces they are leaving in December. We speak with pharmacists Kara O'Keefe.
We hear from a Ugandan multi-instrumentalist performing at this year's St John's African Roots Festival.
Many of us will enjoying vegetables fresh from the backyard garden this Thanksgiving. We head out to Paradise to hear what one local gardener is cooking up.
Gregory Pike's family is demanding change after he died by suicide at Her Majesty's Penitentiary last month. We hear from Gregory's sister, Courtney Pike.
They've got the reputation as the least vaccinated place in the province. We hear what Bell Islanders have to say about that.
A recall of the NLC's locally-made hand sanitizer. We hear why Health Canada has stepped in and if there's any risk for people who've used it.
Capturing the unknown history of Muslims in this province. We hear about a project to gather stories and artifacts, and a session tonight where you can find out much more.
Just what this province needs! A fresh graduate from MUN's Family Medicine program. I speak with Dr. Kayla Furlong, and find out why she ISN'T practicing family medicine in this province.
We gonna take a road trip all the way down to Seal Cove, Fortune Bay... to meet their resident chainsaw artist.
The vaccinated vulnerable. We find out who they are, and why we all need to be concerned about them, with Memorial University's Rod Russell.
As Facebook came crashing down yesterday, many of us were left to ponder how hooked we really are on social media. We chat with a local social media consultant.
Shedding light on the needs of LGBTQ+ seniors in this province… We talk to members of Quadrangle NL about their new report.
We head out to CBS to hear about a few new green initiatives the town unveiled yesterday.
Should the federal government be adjusting CERB benefits region by region to help tackle the labour shortage in some areas? We talk about that and the ongoing provincial worker shortage with the province's Employers' Council.
Meet the province's first ever Muslim councillor who was elected in Wabush, Labrador.
Dreamers, Creators, Innovators. We hear about a new podcast series featuring the stories, struggles and successes of the leaders helping to grow our province's tech sector.
We hear from recent international graduates about the province's new job-matching program. Then we delve into the minimum wage increase starting today and explore the connection between the minimum wage and the current labour shortage.
We hear about a new collection of essays showcasing diversity in this province.
Moose hunting is in full swing in the province, but how about moose TEETH hunting! We speak with a provincial ecologist about the jawbone collection program and find out how hunters can help with research on the moose population.
We speak with 90 year old Eileen Hann of Port au Port about what she's learned from over 50 years on council.
A new approach to community living. We talk to the the co-founder of Co-Housing NL about their plans for a self-sustaining sub-division in Portugal Cove-St. Philips.
We speak with Conception Bay South's new mayor, Darrin Bent. We then head to Mount Pearl to talk with Dave Aker.
A new home away from home - for Indigenous students at MUN. We hear all about the new Indigenous Student Resource Centre.
We talk to a burnt out business owner. Then we ask Minister Gerry Byrne about what the government are doing to address the labour shortage.
Switched at the ballot box. Ahead, another municipal election mystery in Mount Pearl. This time, the case of a tampered ballot.
The Liberals came away with six seats in the federal election. Same as last time. But the toppling of Liberal Scott Simms vote tally off the Avalon may tell a tale of increased Conservative support.
Mask mandates and vaccine passports are bringing up questions around rights. We speak with the Human Rights Commission Newfoundland and Labrador to break down how they're navigating the conversation.
We hear about a new group called "Fat Babes of NL" and their hopes of building community around radical self-acceptance.
Now is the time to plant those fall bulbs! We get a history of "Tulip Mania" and some varieties of tulips, allium, and daffodils.
A witness to last Saturday's fatal collision between a motorcycle and a dirtbike wants to make sure no one sees the same thing again on our highways. We hear from him, and then talk to the minister of Digital Government and Service NL about the recent fatalities involving ATVs on our roadways.