Walk in memory of Nick St. Louis, BBQ tips and tricks, and an old duffel bag from the war


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Friends of late Nick St. Louis are organizing a walk in his memory, and we will provide you with the details. (0:00) If that old duffel bag could talk, it would tell some amazing stories. (7:01) There was no prom for a Grand Falls-Windsor graduate last week, but not because he was unsuccessful with his courses. This teen was busy honoring those who made the supreme sacrifice in world wars. (15:16) What do you get when you mix African food with a Canada Day picnic? A whole lotta fun, that's what. We hear how some immigrants in Corner Brook are celebrating the nation's birthday. (21:45) We'll tell you the history of the hot dog and how its meant to be eaten. (26:24) Many of you will be sparking up the grill today.....If you're looking for something a little different, chef Andie Bulman has some great BBQ tips and tricks for us this morning. (30:02) Summer is here, and sun protection remains vitally important to prevent melanoma and other skin related diseases. We'll talk to Melanoma Canada about staying safe in the sun.(38:33) the traditional powwow is about to kick off in Miapukek. First Nation. We check in with CBC CrossTalk host Adam Walsh who is there for today's events. (45:12) Xavier Panashue thinks Canada Day should be about reflecting on this country's history.(56:05) Ricky G and his son Pope G are rappers from the Philippines who live in Labrador. This morning, they're excited to share some music in their own dialect and tell us why it's important for them to keep it alive. (01:03) What does happiness consist of? A question that might have philosophers scratching their heads. But for one researcher, the answer is clear. (01:14) On National Indigenous Peoples' Day, we brought you the story of Grade 8s building a kayak in Nain. We hear what it was like for them to put it on the water. (01:21)

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