CBC Radio's Information Morning kick starts the day on mainland Nova Scotia with news, survival information, compelling stories and opinions from all perspectives in the province.
The Research Nova Scotia Podcast brings research to you. Listen along as we speak with talented researchers from across Nova Scotia and learn how their work is impacting our communities and beyond. Research Nova Scotia is an independent, not-for-profit corporation with the mandate to support, organize and co-ordinate the funding of research in Nova Scotia. RNS was established to enhance research capacity, as well as align research funding, with provincial priorities and promotes a mission-or ...
CBC Radio's Information Morning Cape Breton helps listeners better understand and explore the challenges in our island's future, remember their past and celebrate their neighbours' accomplishments.
Canada’s worst shooting spree in modern history has left us with far more questions than answers. Journey inside every single hour of this tragedy as it happened with Global News Halifax reporter Sarah Ritchie. This 13-part true crime series will try to piece together exactly what happened and what could or should have been done to prevent it.
Dharma talks by Koun Franz at Zen Nova Scotia in Halifax, NS. If you find these talks beneficial, please consider joining Zen Nova Scotia or making a donation at zennovascotia.com/support. Your support makes the practice and teachings available to others.
Bringing Hope and Purpose to Those in Need
Chronicles of Canada Volume 26 - The Tribune of Nova Scotia: A Chronicle of Joseph Howe by William Lawson Grant (1872 - 1935)
Joseph Howe (1804-1873) was one of Nova Scotia's greatest and best-loved politicians. He was instrumental in helping Nova Scotia become the first British colony to win responsible government in 1848. A Liberal, he fought against Canadian Confederation. This work highlights his life and causes. - Summary by TriciaG
Back Home: A Music Nova Scotia Podcast brings you original and unique content from the music makers, movers and shakers of our beautiful province. Hear stories, performances and interviews you can't find anywhere else.
The Nova Scotian experience from two Black Men
NOVA is Latin for NEW. We are in Halifax, NOVA Scotia and NOVA Church is all about the NEW hope, plan, joy, community and life following Jesus’s promises. We meet Sunday’s 10am at The Bella Rose Theatre of Halifax West High School in Clayton Park, Halifax. For more infomation please visit www.novachurch.ca
Sunday morning sermons from Christian Fellowship Church in New Glasgow, Nova Scotia.
A Canadian History Podcast for Everyone!
We're here to tell you what's what in Canadaland. We've got news stories mixed with opinions from two average Nova Scotians. Come learn and have some laughs!
Our tech columnist Nur Zincir-Heywood shares tips on how you can get ahead of Internet tracking technology and keep your history private.
The information in this interview was current as of 8:15 Wednesday morning. Atlantic Destiny, a scallop trawler, caught fire last night about 220 kilometers south of Yarmouth. Canadian and American search and rescue crews responded to the mayday call. All crew are safely off the vessel.
Nova Scotia’s independent police watchdog, the Serious Incident Response Team (SIRT), has concluded two RCMP officers who shot at the fire hall in Lower Onslow, N.S., during the manhunt for Gabriel Wortman should not face criminal charges. The SIRT report said the two officers who fired their weapons did so believing the person they were shooting a…
Cape Breton Island, now recognized for its natural landscapes and golf resorts, was once the industrial Heartland of Atlantic Canada. By 2000, its coal and steel industries shut down resulting in a host of social and economic difficulties for the region. Listen as Dr. Lachlan MacKinnon, Assistant Professor of History and Tier II Canada Research Cha…
We'll talk to our house doctor Dr. Peter Lin about the differences between the COVID-19 vaccines procured by the Province, and who should get which ones.
We ask the federal minister of fisheries and oceans about the decision to not license any "moderate livelihood" fisheries.
The Healthy Forest Coalition on maps put together that show a vast amount of the province's Acadian forest has been destroyed in the past 35 years.
An update on the case involving a construction worker in New Glasgow who shot a man with a nail gun after calling him racist names. The victim's mother speaks to sentencing delays.
We ask the province's chief medical officer of health about the rollout of the COVID-19 vaccine and problems with the vaccination booking system for people aged 80 and over.
With camping season coming up, we ask our A for Adventure team Chris and Jan to share some of their favourite campsites across the province.
Hear from Margot Durling, a Halifax visual artist whose team was one of five recently selected to propose designs for Canada's new LGBTQ2+ National Monument in Ottawa.
Fishing for a solution. We find out about efforts to figure out what to do with thousands of lobster traps and tones of rope that are stockpiled or thrown away every year.
Emergency crews evacuated captain and crew members from a scallop trawler that caught fire and was taking on water off Nova Scotia's coast. We hear from the owner of the trawler.
Dr. Strang talks about issues with booking vaccine appointments for those 80+ and the plan to expand the vaccine rollout later this month.
A newly published paper says the Province is only spending one percent of the health budget on public health. Find out what that could mean for our pandemic recovery.
Two snowbirds who are heeding the travel ban let us know how they are adjusting to spending winter in N.S. for the first time in years.
Healthcare columnist Mary Jane Hampton shares helpful information for people age 80 and over hoping to get a COVID-19 vaccine.
Outgoing Cape Breton Regional Police Chief Peter McIsaac looks back on the accomplishments he is most proud of and has some advice for the next person to take on the job.
Jay and D have a conversation with Jay's brother, Corey Skinner, about his perspective of being a Black Canadian living in the United States.由Jason Jones and Derek Wyse
We hear from one of the experts of a new advisory group appointed to guide Canada to net-zero by 2050, and why action is needed now.
Documents that took years to obtain show that Casino Nova Scotia is facing hard times and may have to move from its waterfront location. The CBC's Shaina Luck brings us that story.
In an exclusive interview, Cape Breton regional police chief Peter McIsaac tells Tom Ayers why he has been off work since the summer of 2019 and why he won't be going back.
The first Monday of each month, we open our phone-lines and invite you to take part in "The Bird Hour" with our friends and columnists, Dave Harris and Dave McCorquodale. They address your questions or observations on the March edition of The Bird Hour Phone-In.
Pearleen Oliver was a great crusader for civil rights in Nova Scotia and stood side-by-side with Viola Desmond. But fewer people know Pearleen Oliver's story. Her son and the publisher of a new book on her legacy join us on Information Morning.
We have a tale of a Cape Breton cat who gives back. We find out how the Instagram page for Kevin the Cat has raised more than 10,000 dollars for animal welfare.
There are far fewer farms in Cape Breton than there used to be, but that's not stopping one farming family from launching one of the only creameries on the island.
We hear how a halt to non-essential travel within the province will mean to Ski Martock and Ski Wentworth, especially during March Break.
On the morning of April 19, 2020, Greg Muise and Darrell Currie were preparing the Onslow Belmont Fire Brigade to help evacuees from Portapique, N.S. Suddenly, shots rang out and bullets sprayed the building, forcing them and others to run for cover. They thought they were going to die at the hands of the gunman. But it was the police who were shoo…
Tom Ayers gives an update on the freedom of information request put forward by an anonymous person. The province's information commissioner issues a report on the request that the CBRM said was going to cost 43 thousand dollars.
Bee-ing productive. We meet a CBU student who’s produced an online book all about Cape Breton bumblebees as part of her studies.
The N.S. government has announced a new rebate for electric vehicle purchases. We ask a policy advisor with Clean Energy Canada if its enough to get people to make the switch.
Hear how during the pandemic vloggers Anna and Trevor Delaney, known as the Delightful Travellers, went from filming adventures around the world to around the province.
The House of Commons has passed a private member's motion on environmental labeling. Jaime Battiste, MP for Sydney-Victoria, put forward the bill and tells us why it's needed.
Pearleen Oliver fought for equality and dignity for African Nova Scotians, but few people know her story. Host Portia Clark interviews her son and the publisher of a new book about her legacy.
Hear what three young and engaged Nova Scotians had to tell us about their hopes for what the new provincial government might prioritize in the next year.
Juanita Peters of the Africville Museum joins us to talk about the launch of a special virtual exhibit of Africville.
The pandemic has been tough on tourism across the province. We look at what it will take to help the industry make a comeback.
Three years after the dream was born, the Port Hood Daycare is now a reality... having opened its doors this week. We ask Stephen Graham, chair of the Bayview Child Development Centre Association, what it took to finally open the doors.
Every second Thursday - we convene a rotating roster of informed and articulate Cape Bretoners to give us their take on the stories of the week on the Information Morning Issue Panel. Today, we have lawyer Candee McCarthy, Matt Stewart is a startup entrepreneur, and a new recruit, Brad Sheppard is owner of Sheppard Diversity Training.…
Early yesterday morning in Ingonish, a fire destroyed a barn and some livestock owned by Shanon and Ryan Costelo. They own and operate the Groovy Goat Farm and Soap Company. Reporter Matthew Moore spoke with Shanon Costelo about the devastating blaze.
Newly sworn-in Iain Rankin joins us to talk about what's on his to-do list as Nova Scotia's new premier and the challenges ahead.
Our A for Adventure team share their adventures from three amazing action-packed days spent exploring the Cliffs of Fundy Geopark.
Award-winning Halifax author and storyteller Shantay Grant tells us about "Beyere" – her dramatic contribution to the CBC Gem anthology series "21 Black Futures."
Time for a lesson in phraseology. Community historian Jim St. Clair talks about the history of plaid and tartans, in anticipation of the 65th anniversary of Nova Scotia's tartan, on his weekly feature, Then and Now.
We get a preview of a special virtual lecture happening at St. FX University tonight as part of events for African Heritage month. Lawyer and professor Rachel Zellars will explore the ongoing issues and worldwide movement created by the death of George Floyd. Her lecture is called "A New World: Black Emancipation and the Work That Lies Ahead”.…
Nova Scotia's new Premier Iain Rankin put his stamp on government yesterday with a new Cabinet and some changes in the portfolios as well. We assess the changes with Tom Urbaniak, Professor of Political Science at Cape Breton University.
And now Municipal Matters, the CBRM edition. Municipal correspondent Tom Ayers has highlights from the Cape Breton Regional Municipal council's online meeting last night.
Delirium is a condition many people will experience. A leading specialist from the University of Edinburgh tells us why it's important to recognize delirium, and how to treat it.
Farmers for Climate Solutions is asking for $300-million in federal funding to help farmers and ranchers fight climate change. We ask a young farmer in Pugwash why that money is important.
It can be hard to find someone to look after your pet at the best of times, but what happens if you have a health emergency? Healthcare columnist Mary Jane Hampton has some ideas for you.