Last week’s episodes of the CHRY News Now Archives are now available. These episodes ran from July 11 – July 15, 2011.
On Monday, July 11, Econews featured three separate interviews with local environmental activists. The first interview features Mark Winfield speaking about the selling of Ontario’s nuclear power. Visit Mark’s blog here. Listen to the clip below.
The second interview of the shoe was with Mark Calzavara, of the Council of Canadians speaking about the proposed building of a quarry in Ontario. Listen to the clip below.
The show ended with a special feature with Joyce Chow promoting the Check Your Watershed Day happening this weekend, July 16. To learn more or register, click here. Listen to the clip below.
On Tuesday, July 12, News Now featured Fitz Huggins, head of marketing for LIME, who discussed plans for the Vincy Unity Picnic at Brown’s Bay Park, 1000 Islands on July 16. For more information, visit LIME. Listen to the clip below.
The second interview of the show featured Michael Morgan, from the Building and Loan Organization. For more information, click here. Listen to the clip below.
On Wednesday, June 13, News Now showcased two interviews.
The first interview was with Anika Elliot, president of the Media Huddle. For more information, visit The Media Huddle.com. Listen to the clip below.
The second feature of the show was with the author of Othello’s Children in the New World, Dr. Jose Pimienta-Bey. Listen to the clip below.
News Now on Thursday, June 14, highlighted a crucial case in the Pelican Bay Prisoner Hunger Strike. The audio came courtesy of of Prison Radio in Montreal.
On Friday, June 15, News Now featured a segment with Cathy Nielsen, founder of the Caribbean Diabetes Chapter of the Canadian Diabetes Association, about the effect and devastation that diabetes can cause on one’s life. Listen to the clip below.
The second half of News Now featured a conversation with Tricia Trotter, Mortgage Agent of the Sherwood Mortgage Group located in Toronto. To learn more, visit her facebook account. Listen to the clip below.