Radio reporting / producing

PACKS:

The audience at Maureen Forrester Recital Hall in Wilfrid Laurier University last Friday were treated to a performance of Once Upon a Time, put on by the Arts Express — a week-long camp for children with special needs.

Asia Haraki came to Canada on July 22, 2015. In these two years, she improved her English and opened up a Middle Eastern grocery store in Waterloo, Ont.

FTR:

How do you cook on a budget? Yesterday high school students visited Ray of Hope to learn. A local chef and dietitian showed them how nutritious cooking doesn’t have to be a pain. What were their thoughts?

Streeters:

Ontario’s minimum wage will be $15 an hour by January 2019. The provincial government also proposed other changes to labour laws yesterday, including equal pay for part-time workers and 10 guaranteed emergency leave days a year. How are people reacting to the plan?

Producing:

There is currently not a lot of talk about brain injuries that result from domestic violence, and a Wilfrid Laurier University researcher says that needs to change.

A human resources professor at Conestoga College is looking at how disclosing mental health problems at work can affect how long a person can hold down a job.