with host, ROBERT KIRWAN

BROADCAST LIVE FROM THE STUDIOS AT 
LAURENTIAN UNIVERSITY
CKLU 96.7 FM    
www.cklu.ca 

MONDAYS FROM 12 noon to 3 p.m.
Streamed live at
www.cklu.ca 

 

THE LEARNING CLINIC RADIO SHOW is a weekly live talk radio show that will be dedicating many of its shows during 2014 to helping local residents become better acquainted with the candidates who are running for positions on City Council or School Boards in the October 27, 2014 municipal election.

Host Robert Kirwan, currently a Trustee with the Rainbow District School Board, and also himself running for City Council in Ward 5 this time around, is hoping that by giving local candidates a forum to communicate their thoughts and ideas about the major issues facing the city, the interest in the campaign will increase and the public will become fully engaged with their future leaders.

All candidates will be contacted through their email or Facebook accounts and asked to schedule appearances on the show. Even if they only need to spend 10 minutes discussing a single issue, Kirwan is convinced that the public will get into the habit of tuning in to The Learning Clinic every Monday afternoon in order to get a better idea of who they would like to select as their representative for the next four years.

Listeners can listen to the program on their radio by tuning in to 96.7 FM or you can catch the show as it is streamed live over the internet at www.cklu.ca  Shows will soon be archived so that you will be able to listen to your candidate on demand. The Learning Clinic Meet The Candidates Radio Show will give all candidates an opportunity to spend as much time as they need to get their message across to their constituents. This is believed to be the only program of its kind in the province.

SEND IN QUESTIONS: Listeners are encouraged to send in questions that they would like candidates to discuss while on the show. Just send your question and as much explanation as you wish and your question will be put to all candidates who appear on the show. Send your questions to rkirwan@thelearningclinic.ca

SHOW SCHEDULE
The following is a schedule of special guests along with their time of appearance. Guests scheduled to appear on the show will be announced as they are booked. You can listen to the show live on CKLU 96.7 FM or you can listen to the live streaming at www.cklu.ca

        DIRECTIONS FOR GUESTS

Date of Show Topics of Conversation and Special Guest Appearances
With Host Robert Kirwan
January 6, 2014 Special Guests starting at 12 noon:
Steve Ripley - Candidate for Councillor of Ward 10
Mike Bleskie - Candidate for Councillor of Ward 11
January 13, 2014 Special Guest starting at 12 noon:
Richard Paquette - Candidate for Councillor of Ward 4
January 20, 2014 Special  Guest at 12 noon:
Hannu Piironen - Candidate for Councillor of Ward 10
Special Guest at 2 p.m:
Paul Stopciati - Candidate for Councillor of Ward 9
January 27, 2014 Special Guest at 12 noon:
Adam Toews - Candidate for Councillor of Ward 9
Special Guest at 2 p.m:
Fernand Bidal - Candidate for Councillor of Ward 6
February 3, 2014 Special Guest at 12 noon:
Kevin Breault - Candidate for Councillor of Ward 6
Special Guest at 1 p.m

Aaron Beaudry - Candidate for Councillor of Ward 9
February 10, 2014 Special Guests at 12 noon:
John Lindsay, Norm Gauthier and John Gaul from Friendly to Seniors - Sudbury|
John is a former teacher, broadcaster, public servant, school board trustee and private business owner. He is married with six children and five grandchildren and is currently the President of Friendly to Seniors and Chair of the Minnow Lake CAN. 
Norman is a former business person who is involved with retirment homes in Azilda and Seniors Centre.  He is active in Church and Community Groups.  He served on numerous committees including health councils etc. and is Vice-President of Friendly to Seniors-Sudbury.
John Gaul is a retired teacher who is an outspoken critic who is a prolific letter writer. He came to Sudbury to retire, loves the recreational facilities and culture but is not satisfied with local government.
February 17, 2014 Family Day - No Show
February 24, 2014 Special Guest at 12 noon:
Paul Stopciati - Candidate for Councillor of Ward 9
Special Guest at 1 p.m.
Chad Odnokon - Candidate for Councillor of Ward 2
March 3, 2014 Special Guest at 12 noon:
Aaron Beaudry - Candidate for Councillor of Ward 9
Click Here for a Video of the Interview
March 10, 2014 Student General Association Meet The Candidates Show
Candidates for positions on the 2014-2015 SGA will be kicking off their campaign on The Learning Clinic with Host Robert Kirwan helping them clarify their individual positions and qualifications.
March 17, 2014 Student General Association
Preparation for Elections on March 19, 2014
March 24, 2014 Special Guest at 12 noon:
Jeff MacIntyre, Chair of Downtown Sudbury
Talking About the Development of Downtown Sudbury & the Rebranding Campaign
For a video version of the interview
March 31, 2014 Special Guest at 1:00 p.m.
Ian Heft - Candidate for Councillor of Ward 1
For a video version of the interview
April 7, 2014 Special Guest at 12 noon:
Dan Melanson - Greater Sudbury Taxpayers Association
For a video version of the interview
Special Guest at 1:00 p.m.
Paul Stopciati - Candidate for Councillor of Ward 9
For a video version of the interview
Special Guest at 2:00 p.m.
Candace Larsen - Rotary International Student Exchange Program
For a video version of the interview
April 14, 2014 Special Guest at 12 noon:
Kevin Cougler - Executive Director of Partners in Research
www.pirweb.org
Special Guest at 1 p.m.
Ryan Cooney - Executive Director, Canadian Youth Golf Alliance School of Philosophy Educator
www.canadianyouthgolfalliance.com
April 21, 2014 Special Guest at 12:30 p.m.
Ron Dupuis, Candidate for Mayor of the City of Greater Sudbury
For a video version of the interview
April 28, 2014 Special Guest at 12 noon:
Tay Butt - Candidate for Councillor of Ward 12
For a video version of the interview
Special Guest at 1:00 p.m.
Mike Bleskie - Candidate for Councillor of Ward 11
For a video version of the interview
May 5, 2014 Special Guest at 12 noon:
Hannu Piironen - Candidate for Councillor of Ward 10
For a video version of the interview
Special Guest at 2:00 p.m.
James Tregonning - Ontario Liberal Candidate for Nickel Belt Riding
For a video version of the interview
May 12, 2014 Special Guest at 12 noon:
Robert McCarthy - Candidate for Councillor of Ward 12
For a video version of the interview
Special Guest at 2:00 p.m.
France Gelinas - Ontario NDP Candidate for Nickel Belt Riding
For a video version of the interview
May 19, 2014 Victoria Day Holiday - No Show
May 26, 2014 No show on this day
June 2, 2014 Special Guest at 1:00 p.m.
Joe Cimino - Ontario NDP Candidate for Sudbury Riding
For a video version of the interview
June 9, 2014
Special Guest at 12 noon:
France Gelinas - Ontario NDP Candidate for Nickel Belt Riding
For a video version of the interview
Special Guest at 1:00 p.m.
James Tregonning Ontario Liberal Candidate for Nickel Belt Riding
For a video version of the interview
Special Guest at 2:00 p.m.
Marck Blay - Ontario PC Candidate for Nickel Belt Riding
For a video version of the interview
Special Guest at 3:00 p.m.
Casey Lalonde - Ontario Green Party Candidate for Sudbury Riding
For a video version of the interview

June 16, 2014 Special Guest at 12 noon:
Paul Stopciati - Candidate for Councillor of Ward 9
For a video version of the interview
Special Guest at 1:00 p.m.
John Rodriguez - Candidate for Mayor of the City of Greater Sudbury
For a video version of the interview
June 23, 2014 No Show
June 30, 2014 Canada Day Weekend - No Show
July SUMMER BREAK
August 4, 2014 Civic Holiday - No Show
August 11, 2014 Special Guest at 12 noon:
Tracy Pepper - One Mountain at a Time
For a video version of the interview
Special Guest at 1:00 p.m.
Jean-Raymond Audet - Candidate for the position of Mayor
For a video version of the interview
Special Guest at 2:00 p.m.
Chris Nerpin - Sudbury Summerfest 2014
For a video version of the interview
Special Guest at 2:30 p.m.
Chris Nerpin explains why the Board of Directors is discontining Summerfest
For a video version of the interview
August 18, 2014 Special Guest at 12 noon:
Dan Melanson - Candidate for the Position of Mayor
For a video version of the interview
August 25, 2014 Special Guest at 12 noon:
Jesse Gaudet - Candidate for Councillor of Ward 3
For a video version of the interview
Special Guest at 1:00 p.m.
Jeff Huska - Candidate for the Position of Mayor
For a video version of the interview
Special Guest at 2:00 p.m.
Bill Best, President of Cambrian College
For a video version of the interview
September 1, 2014 Labour Day - No Show
September 8, 2014 Special Guest at 12 noon:
Loretta Maiilet - Candidate for Councillor of Ward 11
Robert McCarthy - Candidate for Councillor of Ward 12
Special Guest at 1:00 p.m
Paul Stopciati - Candidate for Councillor of Ward 9
Special Guest at 2:00 p.m.
Fernand Bidal - Candidate for Councillor of Ward 6
September 15, 2014 Special Guest at 12 noon
Stefano Presenza - Candidate for Councillor of Ward 8
Special Guest at 12:45 p.m
Robert Kirwan - Candidate for Councillor of Ward 5
For a video version of interview
Special Guest at 1:30 p.m.
Chris Nerpin - Candidate for Councillor of Ward 11
September 22, 2014 Special Guest at 12 noon
Richard Majkot - Candidate for the Position of Mayor
Special Guest at 12:45 p.m
Ron Dupuis - Candidate for Mayor of the City of Greater Sudbury
Special Guest at 1:30 p.m.
John Rodriguez - Candidate for Mayor of the City of Greater Sudbury
September 29, 2014 Special Guest at 12 noon
Gerry Perras - Candidate for Councillor of Ward 8
Special Guest at 12:45 p.m.
Deb McIntosh - Candidate for Councillor of Ward 9
Special Guest at 1:30 p.m.
Mike Jakubo - Candidate for Councillor of Ward 7
October 6, 2014 Special Guest at 12 noon:
Wyman MacKinnon-Candidate for ward 9
Special Guest at 12:45 p.m
Paul Stopciati - Candidate for Councillor of Ward 9
Special Guest at 1:30 p.m.
Hannu Piironen - Candidate for Councillor of Ward 10
October 13, 2014 THANKSGIVING DAY - NO SHOW
October 20, 2014 Special Guest at 12 noon:
Matt Alexander - Candidate for Councillor of Ward 1
Special Guest at 12:45 p.m.
Michael Cullen - Candidate for Councillor of Ward 8
Special Guest at 1:30 p.m.
Brian Bigger - Candidate for Mayor of the City of Greater Sudbury
October 27, 2014 NO SHOW - ELECTION DAY
 
   
MUNICIPAL ELECTION 2014
   
CANDIDATES FROM VALLEY EAST FOR
MAYOR of the CITY OF GREATER SUDBURY
John Rodriguez Ron Dupuis
The Learning Clinic Campaign Launch
Video Recording
The Learning Clinic Radio Show
Video Recording
   
John Rodriguez
Candidate for Mayor of the City of Greater Sudbury
With Host Robert Kirwan on The Learning Clinic
For a Video Version
of the Show

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Ron Dupuis
Candidate for Mayor of the City of Greater Sudbury
With Host Robert Kirwan on The Learning Clinic
For a Video Version
of the Show

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JR AUDET
Candidate for Mayor of the City of Greater Sudbury
With Host Robert Kirwan on The Learning Clinic
For a Video Version
of the Show

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Dan Melanson
Candidate for Mayor of the City of Greater Sudbury
With Host Robert Kirwan on The Learning ClinicPresident of
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of the Show

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CANDIDATES FOR CITY COUNCILLOR POSITIONS
  
Robert Kirwan - Candidate for Council for Ward 5
With Host Christian Robinson on The Learning Clinic
For a Video Version
of the Show

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Paul Stopciati - Candidate for Council for Ward 9
With Host Robert Kirwan on The Learning Clinic
April 7, 2014
For a Video Version
of the Show

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June 16, 2014
For a Video Version
of the Show

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Robert McCarthy - Candidate for Council for Ward 12
With Host Robert Kirwan on The Learning Clinic
For a Video Version
of the Show

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Hannu Piironen - Candidate for Council for Ward 10
With Host Robert Kirwan on The Learning Clinic
For a Video Version
of the Show

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Mike Bleskie - Candidate for Council for Ward 11
With Host Robert Kirwan on The Learning Clinic
For a Video Version
of the Show

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Tay Butt - Candidate for Council for Ward 12
With Host Robert Kirwan on The Learning Clinic
For a Video Version
of the Show

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Paul Stopciati - Candidate for Council for Ward 9
With Host Robert Kirwan on The Learning Clinic
For a Video Version
of the Show

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Ian Heft - Candidate for Ward 1
With Host Robert Kirwan on The Learning Clinic
For a Video Version
of the Show

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Jeff MacIntyre - Chair of Downtown Sudbury
With Host Robert Kirwan on The Learning Clinic
For a Video Version
of the Show

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Aaron Beaudry - Candidate for Ward 9
With Host Robert Kirwan on The Learning Clinic
For a Video Version
of the Show

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Chad Odnokon  - Candidate for Ward 2
Discusses Issues on The Learning Clinic
Chad Odnokon, sitting on the right, is a Candidate for City Councillor of Ward 2 in the Municipal Election 2014. He was Robert Kirwan's special guest on The Learning Clinic Meet The Candidates Radio Show on Monday, February 24, 2014. The two discussed many of the major issues facing the City of Greater Sudbury and what the future might look like when the October election is completed.
   
Paul Stopciati  - Candidate for Ward 9
Discusses Issues on The Learning Clinic
Paul Stopciati, sitting on the right, is a Candidate for City Councillor of Ward 9 in the Municipal Election 2014. He was Robert Kirwan's special guest on The Learning Clinic Meet The Candidates Radio Show on Monday, February 24, 2014. The two discussed many of the major issues facing the City of Greater Sudbury and what the future might look like when the October election is completed.
   
Wide Ranging Discussion of Issues Facing Seniors Identify Similar Concerns For All Ages
The February 10, 2014 edition of The Learning Clinic Meet The Candidates Radio Show featured four people who should know a lot about the issues facing seniors living in the City of Greater Sudbury. Host of the show, Robert Kirwan was pleased to engage in a very wide ranging conversation with three guests from Friendly to Seniors - Sudbury. Shown in the photo above, starting from the right to the left are John Gaul,  a retired teacher who is a prolific letter writer and enjoyed a former career as a municipal planner in the Hamilton area. He came to Sudbury to retire, loves the recreational facilities and culture but is not satisfied with local government and feels that it is important for the next Council to seriously consider the challenges of the environment before moving ahead with any grand plans and projects.
 
Beside John, is John Lindsay who is well known in the region. John is a former teacher, broadcaster, public servant, school board trustee and private business owner. He is married with six children and five grandchildren and is currently the President of Friendly to Seniors and Chair of the Minnow Lake CAN. 
 
Sitting in the back is Norman Gauthier. Norman is a former business person who is involved with retirment homes in Azilda and Seniors Centre.  He is active in Church and Community Groups.  He served on numerous committees including health councils etc. and is Vice-President of Friendly to Seniors-Sudbury.
 
Many of the issues that are important to seniors, such as controlling taxes, improving transit services, improving health care and planning for the future are also very important to all people from the region. It was a lively and exciting show and all three plan on being back at least a couple more times before the election in October.
   
Aaron Beaudry  - Candidate for Ward 9
Discusses Issues on The Learning Clinic
Aaron Beaudry, sitting on the right, is a Candidate for City Councillor of Ward 9 in the Municipal Election 2014. He was Robert Kirwan's special guest on The Learning Clinic Meet The Candidates Radio Show on Monday, February 3, 2014. The two discussed many of the major issues facing the City of Greater Sudbury and what the future might look like when the October election is completed.
 
Fernand Bidal, Candidate for Ward 6 Speaks About The Issues On The Learning Clinic With Robert Kirwan
Fernand Bidal, sitting on the right, is a Candidate for City Councillor of Ward 6 in the Municipal Election 2014. He was Robert Kirwan's special guest on The Learning Clinic Meet The Candidates Radio Show on Monday, January 27, 2014. The two discussed many of the major issues facing the City of Greater Sudbury, especially some of the financial implications of programs and initiatives that are either in place or are needed to sustain growth and development of this region.
  
Paul Stopciati & Hannu Piironen Discuss their Platforms With Robert Kirwan
Paul Stopciati, in the photo to the left, Candidate for Councillor in Ward 9, was the special guest on The Learning Clinic Meet The Candidates Radio Show on Monday, January 20, 2014.

Hannu Piironen, in the photo below, Candidate for Councillor for Ward 10, was also a special guest on the show on January 20, 2014.
Host Robert Kirwan, himself a candidate for Ward 5, will be meeting with candidates for municipal council and school boards during the entire election campaign leading up to the day the ballots are counted on October 27, 2014.
 
Paul, Hannu and Robert discussed a wide variety of issues which will face voters on October 27, 2014.
 
The need for boundary reviews, addressing seniors issues, tax control, leadership, the role of Councillors, and many other topics will be covered by candidates who stop in for a chat with Robert Kirwan during the months leading up to the election.
   
Richard Paquette, Candidate for Ward 4, Discusses Ward Boundaries, Healthy Community Funds, and A Host of Other Issues With Robert Kirwan on The Learning Clinic
Richard Paquette, Candidate for Councillor in Ward 4, was the special guest on The Learning Clinic Meet The Candidates Radio Show on Monday, January 13, 2014. Host Robert Kirwan, himself a candidate for Ward 5, will be meeting with candidates for municipal council and school boards during the entire election campaign leading up to the day the ballots are counted on October 27, 2014.
 
Richard and Robert discussed a wide variety of issues, including  the need for a Ward Boundary Review to determine if the City would be better served with an adjustment of the composition of the Wards. They also discussed the Healthy Community funds that are under the control of Councillors and talked about some of the challenges facing seniors and young people alike.
 
   
The Learning Clinic Meet The Candidates Radio Show Features Mike Bleskie (Ward 11), Steve Ripley (Ward 10) and Robert Kirwan (Ward 5) Talking About Major Issues Facing City Council In The Next Term
Robert Kirwan, seated, is the host of The Learning Clinic Live Talk Radio Show on CKLU 96.7 FM which is broadcast from Laurentian University every Monday afternoon beginning at 12 noon. The show is also streamed live over the internet at www.cklu.ca

On Monday, January 6, 2014, Kirwan introduced the new "Meet The Candidates" format which is going to be the focus of the show during 2014 leading up to the Municipal Elections on October 27, 2014.

His guests for the show were Mike Bleskie, on the far left, who has announced his candidacy for the postion of Councillor of Ward 11, and Steve Ripley, who is running for the position of Councillor of Ward 10. Kirwan, who is a Trustee with the Rainbow District School Board has decided to run for City Council in Ward 5 this time around.

Besides providing information about their backgrounds and their reasons for running for Council, Bleskie, Ripley and Kirwan participated in a lively 100 minute conversation which touched upon a broad range of issues from Ward Boundaries to snow plowing. They identified some of the long-term strategic planning that is needed in order to prepare for the reality of the demographic challenges that are going to be coming to the forefront in the future. Mike, who is one of the youngest candidates we are going to see tossing his hat into the ring, is hoping to encourage more participation in local governance by young people. Kirwan and Ripley want to make sure the the City of Greater Sudbury is a place where young graduates will want to remain to start a career, families will find the stability and job security that is needed while raising children, and older adults will feel that their own career and health care needs are going to be met. Housing developments for all socio-demographic groups will also need to be addressed during the next decade.

Kirwan is going to make every effort to contact all persons who register to run for positions on City Council or for one of the four school boards, but in case he misses anyone, he wants to invite all candidates to contact him at 705-969-7215 to schedule their dates and times to be on The Learning Clinic Meet The Candidates Radio Show.
  
NON-POLITICAL GUESTS
  
Dan Melanson
President of Greater Sudbury Taxpayers Association

With Host Robert Kirwan on The Learning Clinic
For a Video Version
of the Show

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Chris Nerpin
Sudbury Summerfest 2014

With Host Robert Kirwan on The Learning Clinic
For a Video Version
of the Show Click Here


Chris Nerpin Explains Why the Sudbury Summerfest Board of Directors Voted to Discontinue Summerfest After this year because of differences with City Staff and Council
Click Here for this interview
  
Tracy Pepper
One Mountain At A Time

With Host Robert Kirwan on The Learning Clinic
For a Video Version
of the Show

Click Here

  
Ryan Cooney
Executive Director of Canadian Youth Golf Alliance

With Host Robert Kirwan on The Learning Clinic
  For a Video Version
of the Show

Click Here


www.canadianyouthgolfalliance.com
   
Kevin Cougler
Executive Director of Partners In Research

With Host Robert Kirwan on The Learning Clinic
  For a Video Version
of the Show

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www.pirweb.org
   
Candace Larsen
Rotary International Exchange Student to Croatia

With Host Robert Kirwan on The Learning Clinic
For a Video Version
of the Show

Click Here
  

    
RADIO SHOWS ON DEMAND
Click on any of the titles and you will be able to listen to the full radio show that was broadcast from the studios of CKLU on The Learning Clinic Radio Show hosted by Robert Kirwan.
  
EDUCATION
The Sudbury District Secondary Schools Athletic Association with Dave Makela
The Specialist High Skills Major Program with Leo Leclair
The Benefits of a College Diploma with Mickey Teed
Live in For Literacy with Hannah Thompson and Sarah Williams
The Challenges of Raising A Child With Autism or Asperger Syndrome
The Role of Campus Publications In Promoting A Strong and Vibrant School Community
Lock & Keynote Productions Summer Theatre Camp Program In Northern Ontario
The Challenges of Raising a Child With Special Needs 
The Feelings and Emotions Experienced by Parents of a Special Needs Child
Education Issues and Strategies for Parents and Teachers with Jean Hanson
  
SPORTS
Jim McLoughlin, Founder of the Valley East Renegades Athletic Association
NOHA Hockey Summit - Chapter One
Gus Lescault, President of the Nickel City Hockey Association
Joe McColeman of the Nickel District Minor Hockey League
Robert Mazzuca of the Northern Ontario Junior Hockey League
 
CAREER DEVELOPMENT
The Role of a Public Health Inspector
The Role of an Infection Control Nurse
The Role of a Public Health Nutritionist and Dietician
Strategies for Success For Entrepreneurs Today with Karen Hastie
Strategies for Successfully Starting Your Own Business with Allan Knott
Management Issues & Challenges Facing The Mining Industry Today with Gilles Lebeau
The Rewards and Challenges of Pursuing a Career in the Performing Arts
Fundamental Principles of Financial Literacy with Ruby Lougheed-Yawney
Young Leaders On Board Program
The Theatre Arts Program At Thornloe University Prepares Students For Life Itself
  
GENERAL INTEREST
The Scope of Sports In The City of Greater Sudbury with Randy Pascal
The Life and Music of Kori Rowe 
The "Renaissance Woman" Terra Hazelton
The Rainbow Routes Association with Debbie McIntosh
Sudbury Crime Stoppers
Working Towards Reducing Social Inequalities in Health
The Challenges and Rewards of Organizing Community Fundraising Events
Improving Health The Natural Way Will Lead To Positive Learning Outcomes For Children
   
POLITICS
The Impact of the Provincial Election on Post-Secondary School Students
Parents Appeal To Keep Long Lake Public School From Closing PART ONE
Parents Appeal to Keep Long Lake Public School From Closing PART TWO
The Nickel Belt Green Party In The Federal Election with Christine Guillot-Proulx and Fred Twilley PART ONE
The Nickel Belt Green Party In The Federal Election with Christine Guillot-Proulx and Fred Twilley PART TWO
The Nickel Belt Liberal Party In The Federal Election with Grace Hartman and Joe Cormier 
The Nickel Belt NDP Party In The Federal Election with Glenn Thibeault and Claude Gravel
   

REFLECTIONS BY ROBERT KIRWAN

Life's Challenges Give You The Strength to Achieve Your Goals
Living A Life That Matters Is All About Being Nice
Giving Up The Good Now For A Better Future
Reading Is The Key To Success For Young Children

Are You An Egg; A Carrot; or a Coffee Bean

One of the Most Important Responsibilities of Family Managers

Go With The Flow

Look Beyond The Silver Lining

Look To Your Weaknesses To Discover Your Strengths

Make the Most Of Your True Talents And Keep Your Dreams Alive

The Secret of Success May Be As Close As Your Last Failure

The Golden Windows

This Is The Only House You Will Ever Really Live In - Build It Right The First Time

Why Elephants Don't Run and Eagles Don't Fly

You Can Never Recall A Word Once Spoken

Life is Not Fair - Get Used To It
The Curse of Knowledge
The Starfish Thrower
There Is No Such Thing As An Educated Person
The Dark Candle
Experience Means Knowing Where To Look And What to Do
Small Things Make a Big Difference
There is a Difference Between Deciding and Taking Action
Respect is Caught
      
VIDEOS SHOWS ON DEMAND
The following are a series of video shows that were either done off site with special guests or that were done during live talk radio shows while they were broadcast at CKLU 96.5 FM.
 
SPORT VIDEO INTERVIEWS
Mike Ladouceur, Executive Director of Sportlink Sudbury;
Andrew Brunette, N.H.L. hockey professional, Chicago Blackhawks;
Jim McLoughlin, Founder of the Valley East Renegades Athletic Association
Sam Yawney, CPGA Club Pro and owner of four golf courses in Greater Sudbury
Vince Palladino, former professional golfer and provincial champion
Richard and Cathy Langlois of the Valley East Soccer Club
Valley East Ringette Association
NOHA Hockey Summit - Chapter One
Gus Lescault, President of the Nickel City Hockey Association
Joe McColeman of the Nickel District Minor Hockey League
Robert Mazzuca of the Northern Ontario Junior Hockey League
  
EDUCATION VIDEOS
Internet Access by Parents To High School Marks Will Improve Communication
Specialty Schools Will Continue To Provide Motivation for High School Students Searching For Meaningful Education Experiences
Single Gender Classes For Students From Grades 7 to 10 Will Allow For Maximum Academic Development
Starting Classes Later in the Morning Makes Sense for Many High School Students
Lack of Essential Skills Among Entry Level Workers Is A Huge Problem
The Impact of the Baby Boom Generation on Workforce Shortages
Children With Special Needs: Interview with Julie Maclean Part One
Children With Special Needs: Interview with Julie Maclean Part Two
Children With Special Needs: Interview with Julie Maclean Part Three
Children With Special Needs: Interview with Julie Maclean Part Four
Children With Special Needs: Interview with Julie Maclean Part Five
The Teddy Stoddard Story
 

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THE LEARNING CLINIC RADIO SHOW 

  
Major Concerns That Must Be Addressed In The Workplace
The Sudbury & Manitoulin Workforce Partnerships Board is a community based organization that was incorporated in 1997 as one of twenty-five boards under the umbrella organization of the Ontario Local Boards Network. One of its responsibilities is to examine the Trends, Opportunities and Priorities within the labour market and the industries that are located in the area. On June 21, 2010, Robert Kirwan examined two of the major concerns that were expressed in the 2009 TOP Report. He addressed the lack of essential skills that employers are concerned about with entry level employees. He also discussed the impact of the baby boom generation on projected workforce shortages. The show was recorded on video and both sections can be watched by clicking on the appropriate link below.
SPECIAL VIDEO RECORDING OF RADIO BROADCAST

Part A:
The Lack of Essential Skills Among Entry Level Workers

Part B:
The Impact of the Baby Boom Generation on Workforce Shortages 

  
Date of Show Topics of Conversation and Special Guest Appearance at 1:00 p.m.
April 29, 2013 Special Guests at 1:00 p.m.: Northern Centre for Advanced Technology (NORCAT)
Greg Major, Manager of Program Development
Dan St. Onge, Manager of Program Production
www.norcat.org
NORCAT INTERVIEW PART ONE
NORCAT INTERVIEW PART TWO
NORCAT INTERVIEW PART THREE
NORCAT INTERVIEW PART FOUR
May 13, 2013 Special Guest at 12:00 noon.: Miranda Rocca-Circelli, Creative eLearning Design
The challenges and realities of finding employment for young graduates plus
The emerging role of elearning for the world of education, training & staff development
www.creativeelearningdesign.ca
PART ONE OF INTERVIEW
   
PART TWO OF INTERVIEW
Special Guests at 2:00 p.m.: Professions North/Nord
Atif Shubita, Acting Project Manager; Joel Gauthier, Economic Development Officer; and Maryse Thamby, Employer Outreach Officer
www.professionsnorth.ca
PROFESSIONS NORTH INTERVIEW
     
Strategies For Success For Students

Robert Kirwan uses some inspirational stories to emphasize important strategies and advice that can be used by students of any age as they seek their place in life. Click on the links to listen to the audio tapes of previous live radio shows or you can open up a PDF Version of the show that you can save on your own computer.

Life’s Challenges Give You The Strength to Achieve Your Goals

PDF Version  Radio Show

Living A Life That Matters Is All About Being Nice

PDF Version  Radio Show

Giving Up The Good Now For A Better Future

PDF Version  Radio Show

Reading Is The Key To Success For Young Children

PDF Version  Radio Show
Strategies For Success For Parents & Teachers

PDF Version Are You An Egg; A Carrot; or a Coffee Bean? AUDIO VERSION

PDF Version One of the Most Important Responsibilities of Family Managers AUDIO VERSION

PDF Version Go With The Flow AUDIO VERSION

PDF Version Look Beyond The Silver Lining AUDIO VERSION

PDF Version Look To Your Weaknesses To Discover Your Strengths AUDIO VERSION

PDF Version Make the Most Of Your True Talents And Keep Your Dreams Alive AUDIO VERSION

PDF Version The Secret of Success May Be As Close As Your Last Failure AUDIO VERSION

PDF Version The Golden Windows   AUDIO VERSION

PDF Version This Is The Only House You Will Ever Really Live In - Build It Right The First Time AUDIO VERSION

PDF Version Why Elephants Don't Run and Eagles Don't Fly AUDIO VERSION

PDF Version You Can Never Recall A Word Once Spoken AUDIO VERSION

PDF Version  Blue Ocean Strategy   VIDEO VERSION

PDF Version  Life is Not Fair - Get Used To It   AUDIO VERSION
PDF Version  The Curse of Knowledge   AUDIO VERSION
PDF Version  The Starfish Thrower    AUDIO VERSION
PDF Version  The Teddy Stoddard Story   VIDEO VERSION
PDF Version  There Is No Such Thing As An Educated Person AUDIO VERSION
  
SPECIALLY FOR TEACHERS
PDF Version  The Daffodil Principle
PDF Version  Learning To See The Cake And Not The Mess
PDF Version  The Tube of Toothpaste
PDF Version  Something Is Missing
PDF Version  A Parent's Guide To Special Education
   
Trends To Watch In Education

Robert Kirwan has been watching for emerging trends that may have a huge impact on the future of education in the Province of Ontario.

During The Learning Clinic Radio Show which was broadcast on June 28, 2010, Kirwan addressed four of the trends he feels has the greatest potential for continuing in the future. As a special innovative feature, Kirwan has produced videos of those discussions and we are pleased to present them below for your viewing and listening pleasure. Just click on the photo to the "right" of the title to view the video which is approximately 5 minutes or less in length or click on the book to open a PDF written version that you can download and save on your own computer.

SPECIALTY SCHOOLS WILL CONTINUE TO PROVIDE MOTIVATION FOR HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS SEARCHING FOR MEANINGFUL EDUCATION EXPERIENCES

VIDEO PDF

SINGLE GENDER CLASSES FOR STUDENTS FROM GRADES 7 TO 10 WILL ALLOW FOR MAXIMUM ACADEMIC DEVELOPMENT

VIDEO PDF

STARTING CLASSES LATER IN THE MORNING MAKES SENSE FOR MANY HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS

VIDEO PDF
 

EXPANDED SHOW SUMMARIES 
FEATURING SPECIAL GUESTS

The following section contains brief summaries of the radio shows that are archived on this site. This will give you a bit more background about my guests. 

Immediately below you will find links to guest summaries from previous years.

GUEST SUMMARIES

Jan. 2008 to Sept. 2009

Oct. 2009 to April 2010

May 2010 to June 2011

  
A SPECIAL THANK YOU TO ALL PEOPLE WHO HAVE APPEARED ON THE LEARNING CLINIC RADIO SHOW TO SHARE THEIR STORIES WITH THE PEOPLE OF GREATER SUDBURY
I want to extend my sincere appreciation to all of the people listed below who have taken the time to appear as special guests on THE LEARNING CLINIC RADIO SHOW since the program was launched in January 2008. 

As you can see, there are over 150 people from all walks of life and of all ages who have shared their stories and passions with our listening audience. I am sure there are some guests who have been inadvertently left off the list. If so, I apologize but if you let me know I will certainly correct the error.

I am looking forward to doing many more interviews in the coming years, so if you are someone who has a story to tell, please contact me and we will make arrangements to bring you on a future show. THE LEARNING CLINIC RADIO SHOW is a show about education, training and career development. It is a show about continuous, life-long learning. It is a show about "people". Once again I thank everyone who has added so much to the show over the years.

  
SPECIAL GUESTS APPEARING ON THE SHOW FROM 
JANUARY 2008 TO SEPTEMBER 2009

Brandon Dougan, Football coach and Classroom Teacher with Confederation Secondary School 

Dr. Nancy Rebellato, Doctor of Naturopathic medicine and Clinic Director of Rebellato Health Centre in Sudbury

Linda Fontaine is the Public Education/First Link Coordinator with the Sudbury-Manitoulin Alzheimer Society

Kim Donaldson, Program Director of the Advertising Course in the School of Business, Media and Creative Arts at Cambrian College

Edward James Conroy, Criminal and civil litigation lawyer/ partner in the firm of Conroy Trebb Scott Hurtubise LLB.  

Gilles Lebeau, Vice President of Finance and Operations for the Mansour Group of Companies

Mike Gribbons, owner of Synergy Controls Corporation

Derek Newman, Youth Program Coordinator with the Sudbury Action Centre for Youth.  

Jacques Tremblay, Regional Director of Marketing & Communications for C.M.A. Ontario. 

Cathy Bailey, Senior Manager in charge of Finance and Administration with the North East Community Care Access Centre in Sudbury

Celina Cacciotti, Manager of Alumni Relations for Cambrian College

Tricia Valentim, Alumni Relations Assistant for Cambrian College

Rob Brouillette, General Manager of City Welding

David Lickley, Senior producer for Sudbury's Science North Imax Theatre

Grant Dinan, President of Dynamic Insurance Brokers

Joel Del Rosario, General Manager of Staples Business Depot, Notre Dame Ave

Debra Sampson, Coordinator of the Tourism and Travel Program at Cambrian College  

Dan Gray, Broker of Record, and owner of Re/max Sudbury  

Cindy Delorme, Real Estate Agent, Re/max Sudbury

Amanda Gervais, Real Estate Agent, Re/max Sudbury

Dr. Lyne Giroux, Greater Sudbury's only full-time dermatologist

Karyn Geeza, a Certified BodyTalk Practitioner who owns and operates The Karyng Link Body Talk Clinic

Victoria Chapman, Certified BodyTalk Practitioner with The Karyng Link Body Talk Clinic

Andy Szanto, a member of Team Diabetes Dubland Ireland marathon run

Cole Szanto, young boy with Type 2 Diabetes

Vanessa Charette, student in the Bachelor of Science in Behavioural Neuroscience program at Laurentian University

Pauline Quennville, a self-published author

Sonya Arcand, Bowen Therapy Practitioner

Susan Lecompte and Don Dupuis Jr., Authors of Children's Books

Steve and Line Price, Geocachers from Lively

Melissa Matheson, standing in the photo on the left, Executive Director of the Sudbury and Area Curves facilities  

Richard Paquette, President of the Laurentian University Association of Mature and Part-Time Students

Jana Schilkie, Community Development & Marketing intern with the Arthritis Society, Ontario Division

Genevieve Poulin, Fundraising Assistant with the Arthritis Society, Ontario Division

Kevin Shanahan, a retired CN worker who writes newspaper columns on his experiences fighting cancer

Elizabeth Freelandt, Vice-President of Student Services & Strategic Initiatives with Cambrian College

Keleen Shonfeldt, Student Success Coordinator of Cambrian College

Dax Law, Local Arthritis Society Youth Ambassador for Sudbury

Mary-Lou Hussak, Manager of Regional Development for Northeastern Ontario Arthritis Society

Hugh Ferguson, Honourary Chair for the 2008 Arthritis Swim

Vivian Bourikos, Concurrent Education student at Laurentian University

Lisa McGowan, Concurrent Education student at Laurentian University

Courtney Conaty, Michelle Goneen, Melissa Kirkey, and Justin Sawicz Venture Project group with School of Commerce

Sgt. Valerie Tiplady, Criminal Investigations Branch and High Risk Offender Officer, Greater Sudbury Police Services

Barb Makela, Victim & Youth Referral Co-ordinator, Greater Sudbury Police Services

Cst. Victor Leroux, Rural Unit Division, Greater Sudbury Police Services

Brent Holland, host of the popular CKLU program, Night Fright

Jeanine Bolger, a member of the Kin Club of Valley East,

Marwa Demassi, vice president of the Laurentian University Association of Mature and Part Time Students

Amanda Kohls and Danielle Beaulieu, Organizers of the First Annual BBQ For Victims of Drunk Driving in Valley East

Patricia Caine, Volunteer Coordinator with the Valley East Youth Centre

John Robert, the former Mayor of Valley East

Ron Babin, Production Manager of the Valley Community Theatre

Jean Fowler, a local actress and supporter of the performing arts with the Valley Community Theatre

Edgar Lajambe, owner of VCCNet.ca Internet Solutions and Valley Computers

Pinecrest Public School Drama/Film Club delegation led by teacher, Mr. Scott Zoldy

Kelly McGrath, Lead Researcher, Rural Research Project with Meals on Wheels of Sudbury

Dorice Dusty, Supervisor of public relations and recruiting with Community Living Greater Sudbury

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SPECIAL GUESTS APPEARING ON THE SHOW
FROM OCTOBER 2009 TO MAY 2010

Karen Hastie, Owner of Akfit Fitness Superstore

Dr. Nancy Rebellato ND, BComm, BA, Doctor of Naturopathic Medicine

Patricia Tedford, Assistant Professor at Thornloe University

Allan Knott, New Sudbury Royal Bank Branch Manager 

Gilles Lebeau, Vice President of the Mansour Group

Sheila Kelly-Petrin, Volunteer Coordinator for Citizens on Patrol

Mike Mayer, Captain of the Walden Citizens on Patrol 

Cst. Hally Wilmott, the Police Liason Officer for Citizens on Patrol,

Roni Sue, a Job Developer with YMCA Sudbury Employment Services,

Nancy Dube, Director of the YMCA Sudbury Employment Services

Cheryl Kozera, Miss Valley East Pageant Coordinator

Stephanie Chevrette, Regional Co-ordinator of the Young Community Leaders Report 

Angie Savoie, Volunteer with the Young Community Leaders Report 

Caroline Cisa-Pare, Volunteer with the Young Community Leaders Report 

Kim St. Amour, Certified Athletic Therapist & Acupuncturist 

Marlene Rantala, Program Leader of Student Services, Lockerby Composite Secondary School

Gisele Beaudry, Guidance Counsellor &  Program Leader of Literacy & Business Studies

Dr. Chris Mazzuchin, Clinical Director of the Universal Medical Centre in Sudbury

Vicky Kotab is a Clinic Assistant with the Universal Medical Centre in Sudbury

Sharon Murdock, Executive Director of the Sudbury-Manitoulin Workplace Partnerships Board

Lori Roy, Teacher Advisor for the Bishop Alexander Carter Secondary School Student Council

Dawn Larsen, President of the local chapter of the Business & Professional Women's Club of Greater Sudbury

Ashleigh McBain, Teacher Supervisor of the Ontario Students Against Impaired Driving Group from Confederation Secondary School 

Mitch Ross, the founder and creative director of OFF ROAD PRODUCTIONS,

Olivia Coady, Student in the five-year Concurrent Education Program at Laurentian University

Melanie Giroux, Self-employed Business Woman

Larry Berrio, Music Composer and Performer

Mme Cecile Lriviere-Leduc, the Pastoral Leader of l'Horizon Secondary School and a teacher of Religious Studies and Business

Catherine Colasimone, Miss Valley East 2009

STUDENT GUESTS

Alessandro Costantini, 2009-2010 Co-President of the St. Charles College Student Council

Meghan Ceccarelli, Secretary of the St. Charles College Student Council

Sara Beeson, Miss Teen Valley East 2009

Mark Mancini, President of the Lockerby Composite Secondary School Student Council

Connor Boyce, General Member of the Lockerby Composite Secondary School Student Council

Sara Campbell, General Member of the Lockerby Composite Secondary School Student Council
 
Chris MacCullough, Treasurer of the Lockerby Composite Secondary School Student Council

Celine Charbonneau, (Grade 11) Marymount Academy Student Administrative Council

Kennedy Bardell, (Grade 9) Marymount Academy Student Administrative Council

Jessica Pugliese, (Grade 10) Marymount Academy Student Administrative Council

Sarah-Lynn Hodder, (Grade 12)Marymount Academy Student Administrative Council

Katrina Shank, Co-President of the Bishop Alexander Carter Secondary School Student Council 

Austin Powell (Grade 11) Member of the Ontario Students Against Impaired Driving Group from Confederation Secondary School 

Amanda McCutcheon (Grade 11) Member of the Ontario Students Against Impaired Driving Group from Confederation Secondary School 

Hannah Merchant (Grade 11) Member of the Ontario Students Against Impaired Driving Group from Confederation Secondary School

Andrea Ouellette and Izzy Ahrbeck, Co-hosts of "When There's Nothing Left To Burn" on CKLU 96.7 FM

Veronica Ranger (Grade 12) Member of Confederation Secondary School's Evolutionary Band 

Kayla O'Hearon (Grade 12) Member of Confederation Secondary School's Evolutionary Band 

Jasmine Wagg (Grade 11) Member of Confederation Secondary School's Evolutionary Band 

Jason Kontak, President of the Laurentian University Student General Association

Scott Kirkness, Vice President Services of the Laurentian University Student General Association

Nelson Osamudiamen, Chief returning officer of the Laurentian University Student General Association

Dustin Hare, General Board Member with the Federal Conservative Party of Canada Sudbury Electoral District Association.

Mark Mancini, General Board Member with the Federal Conservative Party of Canada Sudbury Electoral District Association.

Christine Rivest, Grade 11 Student at l'Horizon Secondary School

Gabrielle Veilleux, Grade 11 Student at l'Horizon Secondary School

Vanessa Smith, General Member of the Lockerby Composite Secondary School Student Council,

Laura Penny, Vice President of the Lockerby Composite Secondary School Student Council,

Mark Mancini, President of the Lockerby Composite Secondary School Student Council,

Efe Gercek  (International Students' Commissioner); Candidate for position on Laurentian University SGA

Collee Keaney (VP Services); Candidate for position on Laurentian University SGA

Sam Pitzel (President); Candidate for position on Laurentian University SGA

Zachary Courtemanche (LU Senate); Candidate for position on Laurentian University SGA

Casey Lalonde (VP Issues) Candidate for position on Laurentian University SGA

Dawn Lamb-Bowden, Stage Manager for West Side Story with Theatre Cambrian 

Melissa Bowden, Member of the cast, West Side Story with Theatre Cambrian 

Emily Riopel, Member of the cast, West Side Story with Theatre Cambrian 

Dawn Lamb-Bowden, Member of the cast, West Side Story with Theatre Cambrian 

Jackson Picard, Member of the cast, West Side Story with Theatre Cambrian 

Heather Bowden. Member of the cast, West Side Story with Theatre Cambrian 

Marck Blay, Parent of a child with Asperger Syndrome

Amandah Kohls and Amy Stephens, Post-Secondary School Students

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SPECIAL GUESTS APPEARING ON THE SHOW
DURING 2011

Lesley Andrade & Katherine Knight: Public Health Dieticians

Mickey Teed, Liaison Officer with Cambrian College

Leo Leclair, Specialist High Skills Major Program Coordinator Rainbow District School Board

Christine Guillot-Proulx, Green Party Candidate, Nickel Belt

Fred Twilley, Green Party Candidate, Sudbury

Joe Cormier, Liberal Candidate, Nickel Belt

Carol Hartman, Liberal Candidate, Sudbury

Claude Gravelle, NDP Member, Nickel Belt

Glenn Thibeault, NDP Member, Sudbury

John Hamalainen, Chair of School Council at Long Lake Public School

Carol Woodliffe, Member of Accommodation Review Committee for Long Lake Public School

Ernie Checkeris, Former Trustee of the Rainbow District School Board 

Cst. Bert Lapalme; Greater Sudbury Police Service Crime Stoppers Co-ordinator

Cst. Denis Grimard; RCMP Crime Stoppers Liaison

Chris Derro; Crime Stoppers Director

Debbie McIntosh, Executive Director of Rainbow Routes Association

Derek Erickson; Chair of Organizing Committee for the NOHA Summit

Jim McLoughlin; Board Member of the Valley East Minor Hockey Association

Gus Lescault, President of the newly formed Nickel City Minor Hockey Association 

Joe McColeman, President of the NDMHL 

Robert Mazzuca, Commissioner of the NOJHL 

Dave Makela, Coordinator of the Sudbury District Secondary Schools Athletic Association

Nicole Beaulieu, PSAC Sudbury Regional Office

Randy Pascal, publisher of Sudbury Sports

Kori Rowe is a singer/songwriter from Elliott Lake

Celine Boudreau-Lariviere, Ph. D. Associate Professeur & Kinesiology Program Co-ordinator School of Human Kinetics, Laurentian University

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ONTARIO PROVINCIAL ELECTION - JUNE 12, 2014
SPECIAL SECTION
 
 
 
ONTARIO LEADERS

DEBATE HELD ON
JUNE 3, 2014
 
FOR FULL VIDEO
CLICK HERE
 
NICKEL BELT RIDING
   

 
 
NORTHERN LIFE HOSTS
NICKEL BELT RIDING
CANDIDATES
ON JUNE 4, 2014
 
FOR FULL VIDEO
CLICK HERE

   

 
 
CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
HOSTS CANDIDATE DEBATE
FOR NICKEL BELT RIDING
ON JUNE 5, 2014
 
FOR FULL VIDEO
CLICK HERE

 
SPECIAL MEET THE CANDIDATES INTERVIEWS ON THE LEARNING CLINIC ON JUNE 9, 2014
 
ONTARIO NDP CANDIDATE
FOR NICKEL BELT
FRANCE GELINAS
MET WITH ROBERT KIRWAN
OF THE LEARNING CLINIC
ON JUNE 9, 2014

CLICK HERE FOR VIDEO
OF INTERVIEW
 
ONTARIO LIBERAL CANDIDATE
FOR NICKEL BELT
JAMES TREGONNING
MET WITH ROBERT KIRWAN
OF THE LEARNING CLINIC
ON JUNE 9, 2014

CLICK HERE FOR VIDEO
OF INTERVIEW
 
ONTARIO PC CANDIDATE
FOR NICKEL BELT
MARCK BLAY
MET WITH ROBERT KIRWAN
OF THE LEARNING CLINIC
ON JUNE 9, 2014

CLICK HERE FOR VIDEO
OF INTERVIEW
 
ONTARIO GREEN CANDIDATE
FOR NICKEL BELT
HEATHER DAHLSTROM
WAS REPRESENTED BY
CASEY LALONDE
ONTARIO GREEN CANDIDATE
FOR THE SUDBURY RIDING
CASEY MET WITH ROBERT KIRWAN
OF THE LEARNING CLINIC
ON JUNE 9, 2014

CLICK HERE FOR VIDEO
OF INTERVIEW
   
France Gelinas - Ontario NDP Party Candidate for the
Nickel Belt Riding in the Provincial Election on June 12, 2014

With Host Robert Kirwan on The Learning Clinic
For a Video Version
of the Show

Click Here
   
James Tregonning - Ontario Liberal Party Candidate for the
Nickel Belt Riding in the Provincial Election on June 12, 2014

With Host Robert Kirwan on The Learning Clinic
For a Video Version
of the Show

Click Here
  
SUDBURY RIDING
   

 
 
NORTHERN LIFE HOSTS
SUDBURY RIDING
CANDIDATES
ON JUNE 3, 2014
 
FOR FULL VIDEO
CLICK HERE

  
 
 
CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
HOSTS CANDIDATE DEBATE
FOR SUDBURY RIDING
ON MAY 29, 2014
 
CLICK HERE FOR
FULL VIDEO
  
Joe Cimino - Ontario NDP Party Candidate for the
Sudbury Riding in the Provincial Election on June 12, 2014

With Host Robert Kirwan on The Learning Clinic
For a Video Version
of the Show

Click Here
 
Casey Lalonde - Ontario GREEN Party Candidate for the
Sudbury Riding in the Provincial Election on June 12, 2014

With Host Robert Kirwan on The Learning Clinic
For a Video Version
of the Show

Click Here
 
 
 

 
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