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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.
 
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
 
Dr. AJ is a Halifax family physician and assistant professor at Dalhousie University’s faculty of medicine. Today she begins a regular column for The Chronicle Herald which will explore health care reform with the aim of engaging Nova Scotians in finding ways to improve individual and population health, provide satisfying and high-quality care and build thriving health-care networks.
 
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Hear about a new provincial program to help people explore their options in jobs around sustainability and innovation. Rod Badcock, Executive Director of the Nova Scotia Innovation Hub, explains the program - "Careers in Sustainability" - offering opportunities for internships and work placements.
 
The 13 Hours team brings you an update on what’s happened since the series wrapped in April. A local magazine has been publishing leaked information that some say may have come from a source inside the RCMP. That includes audio of 911 calls made by some of the first victims of the killing spree, who told dispatchers that a man driving a police car …
 
Vote early, and vote from anywhere. Elections Nova Scotia is trying to make it easier for people to cast their ballots in this election. Naomi Shelton, Director of Policy and Communications for Elections Nova Scotia, explains how eligible voters can vote from anywhere.
 
Reporter Erin Pottie finds out why one woman in North Sydney has taken it upon herself to test the water at her local beach, in hopes of getting the lifeguard service re-instated. Holly Kitamura would like Indian Beach water tested regularly, too. Paul D'Eon is the director of the Nova Scotia Lifeguard Service.…
 
The Brook Village Bridge in Inverness County has closed for repairs until the end of August. We find out what that means for people who live in that area. Kate Campbell of Valley Mills, near Orangedale, travels the bridge each day on her way to work, and Andrew Thompson lives near the bridge in Brook Village.…
 
On our "Not So Tall Tales" summer column featuring stories from museums across the Island... we're off to Iona to hear a story straight from Scotland. Current Affairs correspondent Brittany Wentzell met up with Catherine Gillis, an animator at the Highland Village in Iona.
 
Indigenous, African Nova Scotian and Francophone/Acadian communities in Nova Scotia are getting some help from Elections Nova Scotia during this election campaign to help break down barriers and address challenges to voting. Andrew Merilees is the First Nations Liaison Officer with Elections Nova Scotia.…
 
As a must see destination, the Fortress of Louisbourg is often full of guides, visitors, and animators. But did you know, it's also full of a species at risk? Current Affairs Correspondent Brittany Wentzell met Allison Moody, an ecosystem scientist with Parks Canada, to find out why the historic attraction is so attractive to swallows.…
 
Reporter Erin Pottie wonders how a pharmacy in Baddeck has managed to administer 5-thousand COVID-19 vaccine doses - in a village of just 8-hundred people. Graham MacKenzie, pharmacist and owner of Stone's Pharmasave on Chebucto Street, talks about his location becoming a hub for vaccinations.
 
A teacher and a school social worker with the Cape Breton-Victoria Regional Centre for Education are spending their summer making sure kids are ready for the Fall. Reporter George Mortimer spoke to teacher Erin MacPhee and social worker Nicole Stevenson about their ongoing efforts to help students and families in need in the CBRM.…
 
The Ally Centre got funding for an Outreach Street Health Nurse nearly a year ago, as a pilot project. Now, they want a permanent position. Current Affairs correspondent Brittany Wentzell takes to the streets to meet the street nurse and find out why patients and advocates say, the position is needed in the CBRM.…
 
Marc Miller, Indigenous Services Minister, was visiting various First Nations communities in Nova Scotia this week. He began the week in Cape Breton, announcing Federal funding for two programs - one: supporting indigenous language and the other: supporting first nations businesses. We ask him about his visit.…
 
Northside Rising, an agency supported by government devoted to bringing people together to do community building in the North Sydney and Sydney Mines area, is looking to launch Round 2 of the "Changemakers" program. Suzi Oram-Aylward who is coordinating the program, has more details on Changemakers.
 
In Nova Scotia, if an orphaned black bear cub is reported to Lands and Forestry, their policy is to euthanize the cub. Now the province has turned down a proposal from Hope for Wildlife to rehabilitate these cubs and return them to the wild. We hear from Hope Swinemar.
 
Reporter Tom Ayers takes us to the scene of a search and rescue exercise. The Coast Guard, Canadian AirForce, RCMP, Nova Scotia Emergency Management and the Halifax Joint Rescue Co-ordination Centre and other local volunteer organizations made a splash near Baddeck yesterday with a large scale SAR exercise on the water.…
 
A wine of the times... on our column, Ahead By A Century, we find out why a shipment of fine wine was making news in 1921. Community historian Vanessa Childs-Rolls has poured through the pages of the Sydney Daily Post to find out what stories were making headlines a hundred years ago.
 
Fishing for water temperature data... Bill Haley, president of the Margaree Salmon Association, tells us why the Association has installed 30 new temperature loggers in the watershed... measuring temperature changes and tracking its impact.
 
A homeowner on the Mira is frustrated the Province won't grade the private road he lives on, even though they do work on other private roads... more than 300 of them! Reporter Tom Ayers spoke to resident Dave Butler and CBRM District 7 councillor Steve Parsons.
 
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