The next season of Ask an Expert is back.
Once again, we will be talking to local professionals about their industry, giving you news you can use.
Tune in to CTV News Northern Ontario Mondays at 6 p.m. or watch them here:
CTV's Marina Moore talks to boating expert Rob Racine about tips on how to properly pull a boat with a trailer and important tools to use.
CTV's Marina Moore talks to Paul Charles of Motion in Timmins about services available to help northern seniors stay in their homes.
In this week's Ask an Expert segment, we're talking cooling and heating systems and why this is a great time to shop around.
Cambrian College business professor Jean Beauchemin has advice for business owners for after the pandemic is over.
Rob Racine of Boater's Choice in Sudbury and JB Cycle and Marine in Timmins talks about a style of boat that is popular in the north.
Jacques Campeau of Campeau Heating in Sudbury explains the importance of having a secondary heating source in your home and what to look for
Cambrian College Business Professor Chris Leduc talks about important things to remember when doing your taxes this year.
Rob Racine of Boater's Choice in Sudbury and J and B Cycle and Marine in Timmins explains different features to consider when buying a boat.
Ask an Expert: Personal injury lawyer Jeff Neinstein, of Neinstein LLP, explains catastrophic court cases in Ontario to CTV's Marina Moore.
In this week's Ask An Expert discussion, Dr. Sarita Verma, NOSM dean, talks about plans to strengthen research capacity in northern Ontario.
Sudbury's Geoffrey Lougheed explains what you need to know about financial benefits, notifications and legal concerns after a funeral.
Rob Racine of J and B Cyle and Marine discusses how to shop for a new boat during the pandemic, picking the right one and mistakes to avoid.
Duncan Embury, Neistein Personal Injury Lawyers' lead medical malpractice lawyer, discusses how a stroke can fall under medical malpractice.
Dr. Sarita Verma explains the Northern Ontario School of Medicine's second strategic priority, advancing social accountability.
CTV's Marina Moore talks to Gerry Lougheed Jr. of Lougheed Funeral Homes in Sudbury about the ins and outs of prearranging a funeral.
Powersports and boating retailer Rob Racine of J and B Cycle and Marine discusses the recent demand for outdoor equipment in Ontario.
CTV's Marina Moore talks to disability lawyer Rose Leto of Neinstein LLP about long-term disabilities.
Dr. Sarita Verma, Northern Ontario School of Medicine dean, explains the importance of their strategic plan.
Our guest Gerry Lougheed discusses how funeral arrangements have changed due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Cambrian College business professor Loradonna Botter talks about how to manage a changing workplace.
CTV's Marina Moore talks to Alex Levesque from Sunwire about how to best choose your internet and phone services.
An early childhood education professor from Sudbury's College Boreal talks to CTV's Marina Moore about teaching kids to cope with change.
Julie Desimone, chiropodist with Desimone Foot and Ankle Centre, joins us to talk about what it means when you have flat feet.
Cambrian College Health Sciences Professor Rachel Bulman talks about setting up a proper workspace at home.
CTV’s Marina Moore is joined by Alex Levesque from Sunwire to discuss the technology required for working and learning from home.
College Boreal's Sylviane Beaulieu talks getting started in and growing the northern agriculture sector.
CTV's Marina Moore talks to Julie Desimone of Desimone Foot and Ankle Centre about fungal nails.
Marina Moore talks to Colleen Heidman from Cambrian College's student success office about advice for adults returning to school.
In this week's Ask an Expert episode, Marina Moore talks to Alex Levesque of Sunwire about business' communication needs and solutions.
CTV's Marina Moore talks to College Boreal Funeral Director Program Professor Camille Lemieux about how COVID-19 has changed funerals.