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Whether you live in Clarenville, Port Aux Basques, southern Labrador or any point in between...CBC Newfoundland Morning is for you. It's an upbeat, friendly start to your day. Bernice and Martin have the information you need, want and can't do without!

Latest Episodes

Two airlines will skip Stephenville, but mayor says good news is coming, Central Health CEO reassures people about lab services, food truck selling baked goods is a sweet ride, and hummingbird researcher confirms the birds are in NL

Two airlines won't fly to Stephenville this summer, but mayor says good news is coming, Central Health CEO reassures people in Grand Falls-Windsor that they won't lose laboratory services, food truck carrying baked goods for sale is a sweet ride, and hummingbird expert says people were right - the birds ARE in Newfoundland and Labrador.

30 MIN22 h ago
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Two airlines will skip Stephenville, but mayor says good news is coming, Central Health CEO reassures people about lab services, food truck selling baked goods is a sweet ride, and hummingbird researcher confirms the birds are in NL

NL teachers prepare to return to the classroom - without students. COVID-19 increases the crushing weight of consumer debt, softball group hoping for a return to the field, and producer makes a documentary about children's TV icon Mr. Dressup

There won't be students there, but NL teachers will be back in the classroom June 1, consumer debt continues to pile up during the pandemic, softball players prepare for a return to the field, and a new documentary focuses on beloved children's TV icon Mr. Dressup.

33 MIN1 d ago
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NL teachers prepare to return to the classroom - without students. COVID-19 increases the crushing weight of consumer debt, softball group hoping for a return to the field, and producer makes a documentary about children's TV icon Mr. Dressup

Business owners describe the challenges of serving customers in the COVID-19 era, a new app is helping scientists learn more about ticks in Newfoundland and Labrador, and BicycleNL gives advice on finding just the right bike for you

Two NL business owners tell us how they had to adapt to doing business in these days of the pandemic, time in the great outdoors could leave you ticked off -- by actual ticks, and BicycleNL offers advice on shopping for a bike, now that's it's gotten tougher to get into a physical store.

34 MIN2 d ago
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Business owners describe the challenges of serving customers in the COVID-19 era, a new app is helping scientists learn more about ticks in Newfoundland and Labrador, and BicycleNL gives advice on finding just the right bike for you

Landlord-tenant situations can complicate protecting your "bubble," NL woman is a rug-hooking "rock star," and children's book honours the memory of a three-year-old girl named Isla

The COVID-19 pandemic has made real estate sales and landlord-tenant relations tricky, an NL woman is a "rock star" in the world of rug hooking, and a new book for children raises money and honours the memory of a three-year-old who passed away from cancer.

22 MIN5 d ago
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Landlord-tenant situations can complicate protecting your "bubble," NL woman is a rug-hooking "rock star," and children's book honours the memory of a three-year-old girl named Isla

"Ask Minister Haggie," Fri., May 22 - your weekly chance to ask NL's health minister questions about COVID-19

In our second session of "Ask Minister Haggie," our listeners asked NL's health minister about how COVID-19 affects travel, schools, seniors, hospitals and more.

17 MIN5 d ago
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"Ask Minister Haggie," Fri., May 22 - your weekly chance to ask NL's health minister questions about COVID-19

Former NL university student working on COVID-19 vaccine, construction workers unsure whether they can stay at campgrounds, seabird biologist helps save two eagles, and chocolate bar is named in memory of a toddler

Researcher working in U.S. on COVID-19 vaccine is from western Newfoundland, construction workers unsure whether they can stay at campgrounds this year, well-known scientist saves a couple of stuck eagles, and fund-raising Super Hero chocolate bars named in memory of a toddler.

30 MIN6 d ago
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Former NL university student working on COVID-19 vaccine, construction workers unsure whether they can stay at campgrounds, seabird biologist helps save two eagles, and chocolate bar is named in memory of a toddler

Sleep expert says don't worry: teenagers' seemingly annoying sleep rhythms during COVID-19 isolation are natural

Staying up until after midnight, staying in bed until lunch time....teenagers' sleeping rhythms may drive parents crazy during COVID-19 isolation, but sleep expert Reut Gruber says young people are behaving the way nature meant them to.

6 MIN1 w ago
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Sleep expert says don't worry: teenagers' seemingly annoying sleep rhythms during COVID-19 isolation are natural

Woman who received transplanted heart now battles cancer, girls with disabilities face big challenges, nature group says watch out for invasive species in the garden, and COVID-19 inspires a songwriter

Heart transplant recipient keeps a positive attitude in battling cancer, girls with a disability aren't always treated equally under the law, nature group shares tips for spotting and removing invasive species in your garden, and COVID-19's complexities inspire an NL songwriter.

39 MIN1 w ago
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Woman who received transplanted heart now battles cancer, girls with disabilities face big challenges, nature group says watch out for invasive species in the garden, and COVID-19 inspires a songwriter

Hacked Zoom video session traumatizes NL woman, COVID-19 makes life even tougher for people with autism, not-for-profit tech group offers fun challenges for school kids, and a local business shares good news about good deeds

A woman warns others about a traumatizing Zoom video hack (*Caution: disturbing content*), autism society struggles to maintain services during COVID-19, not-for-profit group gives school kids fun challenges - indoors and outdoors - and a local company produces videos to share good news.

30 MIN1 w ago
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Hacked Zoom video session traumatizes NL woman, COVID-19 makes life even tougher for people with autism, not-for-profit tech group offers fun challenges for school kids, and a local business shares good news about good deeds

New feature: "Ask Minister Haggie." NL health minister answers listeners' questions about the province's response to the COVID-pandemic

On CBC Newfoundland Morning's new Friday feature, Newfoundland and Labrador Health Minister John Haggie answers listeners' questions about how the provincial government is battling the threat of the COVID-19 pandemic.

17 MIN1 w ago
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New feature: "Ask Minister Haggie." NL health minister answers listeners' questions about the province's response to the COVID-pandemic

Latest Episodes

Two airlines will skip Stephenville, but mayor says good news is coming, Central Health CEO reassures people about lab services, food truck selling baked goods is a sweet ride, and hummingbird researcher confirms the birds are in NL

Two airlines won't fly to Stephenville this summer, but mayor says good news is coming, Central Health CEO reassures people in Grand Falls-Windsor that they won't lose laboratory services, food truck carrying baked goods for sale is a sweet ride, and hummingbird expert says people were right - the birds ARE in Newfoundland and Labrador.

30 MIN22 h ago
Comments
Two airlines will skip Stephenville, but mayor says good news is coming, Central Health CEO reassures people about lab services, food truck selling baked goods is a sweet ride, and hummingbird researcher confirms the birds are in NL

NL teachers prepare to return to the classroom - without students. COVID-19 increases the crushing weight of consumer debt, softball group hoping for a return to the field, and producer makes a documentary about children's TV icon Mr. Dressup

There won't be students there, but NL teachers will be back in the classroom June 1, consumer debt continues to pile up during the pandemic, softball players prepare for a return to the field, and a new documentary focuses on beloved children's TV icon Mr. Dressup.

33 MIN1 d ago
Comments
NL teachers prepare to return to the classroom - without students. COVID-19 increases the crushing weight of consumer debt, softball group hoping for a return to the field, and producer makes a documentary about children's TV icon Mr. Dressup

Business owners describe the challenges of serving customers in the COVID-19 era, a new app is helping scientists learn more about ticks in Newfoundland and Labrador, and BicycleNL gives advice on finding just the right bike for you

Two NL business owners tell us how they had to adapt to doing business in these days of the pandemic, time in the great outdoors could leave you ticked off -- by actual ticks, and BicycleNL offers advice on shopping for a bike, now that's it's gotten tougher to get into a physical store.

34 MIN2 d ago
Comments
Business owners describe the challenges of serving customers in the COVID-19 era, a new app is helping scientists learn more about ticks in Newfoundland and Labrador, and BicycleNL gives advice on finding just the right bike for you

Landlord-tenant situations can complicate protecting your "bubble," NL woman is a rug-hooking "rock star," and children's book honours the memory of a three-year-old girl named Isla

The COVID-19 pandemic has made real estate sales and landlord-tenant relations tricky, an NL woman is a "rock star" in the world of rug hooking, and a new book for children raises money and honours the memory of a three-year-old who passed away from cancer.

22 MIN5 d ago
Comments
Landlord-tenant situations can complicate protecting your "bubble," NL woman is a rug-hooking "rock star," and children's book honours the memory of a three-year-old girl named Isla

"Ask Minister Haggie," Fri., May 22 - your weekly chance to ask NL's health minister questions about COVID-19

In our second session of "Ask Minister Haggie," our listeners asked NL's health minister about how COVID-19 affects travel, schools, seniors, hospitals and more.

17 MIN5 d ago
Comments
"Ask Minister Haggie," Fri., May 22 - your weekly chance to ask NL's health minister questions about COVID-19

Former NL university student working on COVID-19 vaccine, construction workers unsure whether they can stay at campgrounds, seabird biologist helps save two eagles, and chocolate bar is named in memory of a toddler

Researcher working in U.S. on COVID-19 vaccine is from western Newfoundland, construction workers unsure whether they can stay at campgrounds this year, well-known scientist saves a couple of stuck eagles, and fund-raising Super Hero chocolate bars named in memory of a toddler.

30 MIN6 d ago
Comments
Former NL university student working on COVID-19 vaccine, construction workers unsure whether they can stay at campgrounds, seabird biologist helps save two eagles, and chocolate bar is named in memory of a toddler

Sleep expert says don't worry: teenagers' seemingly annoying sleep rhythms during COVID-19 isolation are natural

Staying up until after midnight, staying in bed until lunch time....teenagers' sleeping rhythms may drive parents crazy during COVID-19 isolation, but sleep expert Reut Gruber says young people are behaving the way nature meant them to.

6 MIN1 w ago
Comments
Sleep expert says don't worry: teenagers' seemingly annoying sleep rhythms during COVID-19 isolation are natural

Woman who received transplanted heart now battles cancer, girls with disabilities face big challenges, nature group says watch out for invasive species in the garden, and COVID-19 inspires a songwriter

Heart transplant recipient keeps a positive attitude in battling cancer, girls with a disability aren't always treated equally under the law, nature group shares tips for spotting and removing invasive species in your garden, and COVID-19's complexities inspire an NL songwriter.

39 MIN1 w ago
Comments
Woman who received transplanted heart now battles cancer, girls with disabilities face big challenges, nature group says watch out for invasive species in the garden, and COVID-19 inspires a songwriter

Hacked Zoom video session traumatizes NL woman, COVID-19 makes life even tougher for people with autism, not-for-profit tech group offers fun challenges for school kids, and a local business shares good news about good deeds

A woman warns others about a traumatizing Zoom video hack (*Caution: disturbing content*), autism society struggles to maintain services during COVID-19, not-for-profit group gives school kids fun challenges - indoors and outdoors - and a local company produces videos to share good news.

30 MIN1 w ago
Comments
Hacked Zoom video session traumatizes NL woman, COVID-19 makes life even tougher for people with autism, not-for-profit tech group offers fun challenges for school kids, and a local business shares good news about good deeds

New feature: "Ask Minister Haggie." NL health minister answers listeners' questions about the province's response to the COVID-pandemic

On CBC Newfoundland Morning's new Friday feature, Newfoundland and Labrador Health Minister John Haggie answers listeners' questions about how the provincial government is battling the threat of the COVID-19 pandemic.

17 MIN1 w ago
Comments
New feature: "Ask Minister Haggie." NL health minister answers listeners' questions about the province's response to the COVID-pandemic
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