The Corridor
The Corridor
The Corridor, February 29th, 2024

In this episode of The Corridor, CFRC’s Local Journalism Initiative Reporter, Christena Lawrie highlights an outstanding achievement awarded to the CEO of Kingston Economic Development, Donna Gillespie.

Chloe Weinstein reads a story from the Local Journalism Initiative Reporter for YGK News, Owen Fullerton, about the debut of “Dark Highway”, a documentary that covers human trafficking in Ontario. Dinah Jansen reads a story from the LJI Reporter for The Kingstonist, Michelle Dorey Forestell, about another confirmed case of Avian Influenza in the Kingston region. Jaya Francis reads a story from the LJI Reporter for the Morrisburg Leader, Phillip Blancher, about the end of remote learning in the Upper Canada District School Board.

In other regional news, CJAI LJI Reporter Ted Evans on some of the new spring events and workshops on offer at the Amherst Island attraction, Topsy’s Farm. CFWN LJI Reporter, Jeff Gard, with an update about the future of a proposed walk-in clinic in Port Hope. Jesse Bell with the Environment Canada weather report. CFRC’s Christena Lawrie presents the Community Concerts & Events Calendar.

The Corridor is made possible by the Local Journalism Initiative and the Community Radio Fund of Canada and is now sponsored by New Leaf Link. New Leaf Link (NeLL) is a non-profit charitable organization that supports adults with developmental disabilities. For more information about NeLL’s programs, please visit their website: