The Central Newfoundland Morning Show from CBC Radio Nfld

CBC Radio's Leigh Anne Power in Gander hosts the Central Newfoundland Morning Show. The show provides news along with current affairs items an...
A NL rapper uses his art to tackle the issue of domestic violence, and a woman who runs a school and orphanage copes with violence and chaos in Haiti. Also, a single woman's best friend plays matchmaker for her on the sly - with awesome results.
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A businessman has a proposal to replace old, polluting wood stoves in this province. Also, the minister answers questions on the future of Marble Mountain, and people in Bay St. George South try to keep others from dumping scrap metal in the woods.
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The Department of Transportation and Works says it hasn't cut back on snow-clearing despite a noticeable increase in winter road advisories, a provincial Hockey Hall of Famer is being honoured with an annual award in his name, and the NDP finds itself in a tough position with the pending resignat...
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Today: People in the community of Little Bay Islands have vote to relocate. Also, for our Valentine's Day features, turning your ex-love into a cockroach, with help from a Texas zoo, and visiting a shop to check out the latest in sex toys.
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The CNIB wants to make sure people with vision loss stay safe as self-driving vehicles take to the streets. Also, NL ski racers in NL get help on the slopes from an Olympian and World Cup athlete.
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Beavers are building their dams in Lewisporte and causing problems for humans. Also, "Today's show is brought to you by the the number 50," as Sesame Street celebrates five decades on the air.
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The Salvation Army makes sure schoolkids have enough food for lunch, so they won't miss school. Also, we hear from a group that re-homes runaway mink and we explore why women are the face of the environmental movement.
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One NL town considers a crackdown on people who park in fire lanes, another town asks residents to stop giving the gears to snow plow operators, and some people in a third community feel left out of a decision on where to build a new school.
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The founder of a snowmobiling magazine weighs in about devices to notify rescuers when people get lost, the SPCA rescues what it thought was a ferret, and riders of fat bikes take to the cross-country ski trails.
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A four-year-old boy from Gander learns that Google doesn't always know everything. Also, a Corner Brook optometrist acts on a hunch and gets a second opinion about her seven-year-old daughter's vision.
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Wild weather messes up winter carnival plans, someone is stealing licence plates from amateur radio operators' cars, and a NL woman has a special, face-to-face moment with Oprah Winfrey on a cruise ship.
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Gander music teacher gets a new classroom gig and an East Coast Music Award nomination. and searchers in central Newfoundland find an injured snowmobiler hypothermic, but alive.
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A Mi'kmaq elder from Flat Bay gets the Order of Canada, "no-show" patients frustrate physicians, and a 20-something in the family business sizes up the future of forestry in NL.
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A fire in Mount Pearl threatens to leave people in rural areas hungry, your donated cell phone might help CNIB clients, new rules on access to cataract surgery could shorten wait times, and Icelanders can show Newfoundlanders a thing or two about growing food.
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A mom who lost her son to suicide says we need all the talk we can get on the subject. Also, a principal gets a national award, and two French snowshoers tackle the NL wilderness.
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The R.C. bishop for Corner Brook and Labrador becomes the new archbishop for St. John's, a high school student will soon head overseas on a Vimy Pilgrimage, and a 72-year-old woman sands the road herself when the salt and sand truck is a no-show.
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Rain and mild temperatures are an unwelcome pair at a ski hill, but crews at Marble Mountain have done a lot of work to speed recovery. On Wed., Jan. 23, the marketing manager told us about getting the hill back in shape after the weather of the previous Monday.
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A hilarious video by a NL man counting in French goes viral, the RCMP clarifies alcohol limits for snowmobilers, and Central Health makes big changes at the senior management level.
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Support for a bra project stretches all the way across the island of Newfoundland, Gays Around the Bay become international adventurers, and after ten years, Badger Arena has ice again.
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A bra chain campaign raises breast cancer awareness, canoeists tackle whitewater rapids in a documentary, and moose and caribou meat may seriously improve your health.
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