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Box Hill, Melbourne, Australia 1992. A lonely street warrior named Saltman patrols the streets, getting into all sorts of trouble with his group of misfits. Set to the backdrop of a severe recession and high unemployment, Saltman has no other choice other than being a hero and a hope for a once hopeless city of Box Hill.
Welcome to The Morning Brew Podcast, presented by the Labrador West Chamber of Commerce. Each week we keep you up to date on all things Lab West, with candid interviews with business owners local (and from away), share business ideas, teach valuable lessons on growing a strong, vibrant business, and we discuss issues concerning our local business community. Recorded in Labrador City, Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada.
All month, Sarah Bartlett has been championing her NL Reads selection Some People's Children by Bridget Canning. She joins us to talk about the book today. Want to learn more about the creative process of writing a song, recording it, and adding the finishing touches? A workshop by Music NL is virtually bringing in a Los Angeles music producer to h…
If you're looking for a bit of culture to fill your Tuesday evenings, the Tomobolo festival has a new event at the St. John's farmer's market.
After a very positive G (and sister) update, we break down the importance of not trying to win all the training sessions, but instead looking for places for improvement. Dogs do what they are taught, so when things don't go well, it's a fault in their training. This approach helps you improve as a teacher and your student make good progress. I also…
Former journalist Bill Gillespie on the surprising success story of the Newfoundland & Labrador labour movement.
It's the last week for St John's residents to have their say on the city's 30-year climate plan. We get the details on that plan with Councillor Maggie Burton.
The waiting game...the world is on edge as we wait to find out more about Omicron variant of COVID-19 and how it could change our lives yet again. We speak with Hannah Wallace, a PhD candidate in immunology and infectious diseases at MUN.
As we head into the holiday season, a new survey finds many Canadians are willing to pay more to shop local. This is great news for small businesses that have been disproportionately impacted by the pandemic. The CBC's Rubina Ahmed-Haq brings us that story. A new musician wellness app is hoping to help musicians through the difficult time of a pand…
After getting a handwritten letter from the Taliban, an Afghan interpreter for the Canadian Military is reunited with his Newfoundland friend and colleague. We hear about how the interpreter - and his pressure cooker - found their way to St. John's.
We learn about a new history book on Canadian mining and hear what lessons that history might have for mining in this province.
Teaching teachers how to be anti-racist. We meet one of the creators of a new learning series for educators in the province.
Today we get updates on the Upper Lake Melville power outage from Lake Melville MHA Perry Trimper, Happy Valley-Goose Bay Mayor George Andrews, and NL Hydro Vice President of Operations Scott Crosbie. Next week is going to be filled with music and lessons both online and in person as Music NL holds their Music Celebration Week. We get a preview of …
Atmospheric rivers brought record rainfall to both ends of the country this week. We put it all into perspective with climate scientist Brett Favaro.
Those craters on the Trans Canada mean food arriving in Port aux Basques can't be trucked to the rest of the island. We find out how the province's largest food distribution company is coping.
Judy Powell of Metrobus responds to Mandy Penney's GoBus transit concerns from yesterday.
Mental health can be a struggle for many in the music industry. We hear about a new app made by musicians, for musicians, that aims to offer support.
Funding was set aside in last year's provincial budget for a pre-feasibility study into a potential road to the north coast. Today we get an update on the what has happened since then from Tyler Edmunds, First Minister with the Nunatsiavut Government. We drop by a Grade 3 class at Peacock Primary School in Happy Valley-Goose Bay to check out a pres…
We take you down to Quidi Vidi Lake for a game of fossil or not a fossil...
Long waits and increasing frustration. A woman who uses a wheelchair speaks out about changes in the GoBus system.
We hear from a search and rescue team that's on a search of their own - they need volunteers. We speak with training officer Allan Fudge about some of the challenges in recruiting and the rewards in becoming a team member.
Good news on the G Update, the Sturdy Girl is putting it all together these days. Then I address two related listener questions. The first is about the dog that people believe they need to "let run" before working with it or hunting, or just to burn off its excess energy. Not much of that is actually the issue. Second is a discussion of what to do …
A Pfizer biotech vaccine is coming for children ages five to 11. The clinical trials are 90.7 per cent effective and no serious side effects were found. We hear the announcement from the province's Chief Medical Officer of Health Dr. Janice Fitzgerald. The dock in Happy Valley-Goose Bay is extra busy this week as timber cut for the Muskrat Falls pr…
Beachy Cove Elementary School teacher Laun Shoemaker shares how 'learning through service' earned him a Prime Minister's Award for Teaching Excellence.
We head to the vaults of Memorial University's Folklore and Language Archive where we hear about one folk cure you may never forget.
We hear from a Tim Hortons employee who's speaking out about impatient and downright rude customers.
The Advisory Board of the Joyce Lake Iron Ore Project near Schefferville is beginning the process of providing an Environmental Impact Statement to the provincial government. We speak with Advisory Board Chair Peter Jones for an update. A review of the Public Utilities Board is set to be initiated by the provincial Department of Justice and Public …
We hear why Mount Pearl is more punk rock than meets the eye - and learn about a new project that plans to turn up the volume about their city's history.
Fear and frustration. A senior citizen and former Eastern Health employee says it's been brick walls and hours on hold as she scrambles to protect her personal information in the wake of the cyberattack.
Witless Bay has a new cheerleader in town. The unusual part: he's 83 years young.
This province is not the first victim of a devastating cyberattack. A year ago, Saint John, New Brunswick, was the target, and the city is still in recovery mode. The CBC's Karissa Donkin joins us to talk about what we can learn from that experience. If you turned your attention to Facebook this weekend, there's a chance you've seen those incredibl…
Children ages 5-11 in Canada are now approved for to receive the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine. We get more details on Health Canada's recent announcement.
We hear from the Labrador man who helped rescue a snowy owl over the weekend and now has some incredible photos to prove it!
We pay tribute to an early organic farmer in this province who recently passed away.
Bill 39, an amendment to the Adoption Act, was passed in the House of Assembly earlier this week, but some say more is needed. We get reaction from Krista Mogridge, an Indigenous Representative with the Nunatsiavut Government. A playground proposal has stirred up opinions in Happy Valley-Goose Bay. We speak with Mayor George Andrews on where the pr…
The Rock to Fraggle Rock, we chat with director Jordan Canning about making the series reboot.
We speak with a few businesses on Duckworth Street about this summer's pedestrian mall fail.
Opportunities for this province as we move toward a greener future. Econext - formerly the Newfoundland and Labrador Environmental Industries Association - have a slew of recommendations for government on how business can help lead the way.
In this episode, good news on the G staying on point front, I'm happy to announce Training the Pointing Labrador is now available as an Audiobook on iTunes and Audible. Time to get to some listener questions in this episode: 1. Can you "condition" a dog to gunfire when they are afraid of it? 2. Comments on the most effective way to place an electri…
The new CBC NL series Unearthed is looking at historical connections between our province and enslaved Black People. We hear from producer Heather Barrett and learn more about the not-often-talked-about history. Going once, going twice, sold! The Happy Valley-Goose Bay Rotary Club is hosting its annual live auction this Sunday. We hear from Rotaria…
A new St. John's drop-in is hoping to offer much needed sexual health resources on weekends.
Today marks the 92nd anniversary of the Burin peninsula tsunami. We hear a recent recording from a survivor of that disaster, and we learn why people in the area still call big waves a "roaration."
They may just be the best cookie ever... and now you can get them in St. John's.
Shanna Halleran's family believes that the events that led to her death were anything but an accident, and they fear the mystery will never be solved because the RNC were too slow to investigate. The CBC's Ariana Kelland brings us that story today. A workshop being held tomorrow night will help parents and youth understand how to game online safely…
Jordan Kent decided to try "Dry January" earlier this year.The decision to go alcohol free for a month led to a whole year of banning booze in this life.Kent tells us about why he made the decision and the reaction from his family and friends.
Listening, learning, and restoring relationships. We talk to professor Dorothy Vaandering and Chief Mi’sel Joe about the Two-Eared Listening conference, happening this week in St. John’s.
We learn about Alan Doyle's pandemic project premiering next summer in PEI.
We hear about the adventures of Picasso the runaway Cockatiel, and his first day of highschool...
A new survey shows that a majority of MUN's med school graduates preferred to work in the province, but the reality is quite different.
The head of the provincial teachers union says teachers feel close to burning out after less than three months back in the classroom. We hear from Trent Langdon. We speak to a couple from Hopedale on how a reverend bishop from Jamaica changed their relationship with the Moravian church. McKinley and Darlene Winters join us. The owner of a renewable…
He followed a roving hockey team from downtown St. John's to Conception Bay South. We ask Howie Feltham how he enjoys watching the Newfoundland Growlers in their new, temporary home.
This week on On The Go, we explore the possibility of leading an active, busy social life without drinking alcohol.Jane Adey bellies up to the bar at Terre restaurant. Manager Alexi Laderout pours up the latest in non-alcoholic spirits.