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.
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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.
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 ...
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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.
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
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!
In mid-March, a man killed eight people in a shooting in Atlanta – six of his victims were Asian American women. Three Chinese Nova Scotians share their response to the tragedy and their own experiences with anti-Asian racism.
To conclude our latest round of Popcorn interviews with officials from Port Hawkesbury, meet Mark MacIver, Port Hawkesbury Town councillor at large.
Episode 12 begins with the story of the final hour of the killing spree, and the gunman’s final victim. A mysterious phone call alerted Gina Goulet’s daughter that something was wrong on the morning of April 19, 2020. In this episode, we explore how the families of the victims are fighting for transparency and accountability, nearly a year after th…
Hear about a land swap that could see the Africville Heritage Trust take possession of land being created by the Port of Halifax, and about some of the possible uses for that land.
Stretching a dollar. We speak with a Cape Breton woman who's on income assistance to find out what the extra 100 dollars a month announced in the recent Nova Scotia budget will mean for her.
Next up in our series Ready and Able - on accessibility and inclusion in Nova Scotia. Reporter Holly Conners delves into the world of service dogs... how they're trained, where they come from... and the concept of "intelligent disobedience".
The Insurance Bureau of Canada weighs in on the increased development of waterfront properties threatened by climate change, and who pays when predictable damage or destruction happens.
HRM council approved a motion to establish a future vision of Africville and look at reparations for Africville descendants. Hear from Councillor Lindell Smith, who tabled the motion.
Mocean Dance is presenting a series of visual short stories on stage called "Petites Danses" — their first live performance in more than a year. The CBC's Erin McInnis popped by rehearsals.
Host Portia Clark speaks with community organizer Gina Jones-Wilson, who helped recruit people to the province's first COVID vaccination clinic specifically for African Nova Scotians.
To the letter... we ask CBU Political Science prof Tom Urbaniak to review the Premier's mandate letters to the Provincial Ministers to see what they say about the direction of Iain Rankin's government.
Artist Jon Claytor visited Nassim Thomeh at Joe Thomeh's Market on the corner of Cornwallis and Maynard in Halifax's north end to hear the story behind the shop.
We continue getting to know Port Hawkesbury's Town Council members through our patented Information Morning Popcorn Interview treatment. In the hot seat today, Port Hawkesbury councillor at large, Hughie MacDougall.
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. On deck today: Allie MacDonald-Campbell, a substitute teacher with the CB-Victoria Regional Centre for Education, and Ross Hunter, a virtual trainer for a telecommunic…
In our series about accessibility and inclusion in Nova Scotia, Reporter Holly Conners goes on an outing with a woman who uses a wheelchair... to learn about the particular challenges winter causes. Marcie Schwery-Stanley is an accessibility advocate in Sydney.
Time for another in our series of Popcorn interviews with your elected officials in the Town of Port Hawkesbury. Today, its Councillor at Large, Jason Aucoin.
Some Sydney Academy staff were concerned over the potential for violence during a student protest over the school's dress code in December. Hear from Staff Sergeant Jodie Wilson, Commander of the Public Safety Unit, who says the strong police presence was warranted.
You've probably heard hundreds of love songs over your lifetime, but have you ever heard one about math? Hear how a teacher in Halifax won an international math songwriting contest.
Believe it or not, it's paddling season! Our A for Adventure team Chris Surette and Jan-Sebastian La Pierre share the best and safest ways to get out on the water.
The Nova Scotia Health Authority Board recently welcomed its first Black board member. What difference might that make? We ask new NSHA board member OmiSoore Dryden.
Hear how the pandemic-fueled building boom is increasing unsafe developments along Nova Scotia's coastline, despite forthcoming legislation designed to prevent these situations.
Unemployment rates are disproportionately high among young African Nova Scotian adults. Hear about an entrepreneurship program that aims to change that, by fostering the careers of Black businesswomen.
This week on health hacks, Mary Jane Hampton looks at a recent change to the medical system that could save patients regular trips to their doctor's office for urinary tract infections.
Inverness is still cleaning up after it was coated in ice over the weekend and the CBRM is still mopping up rain damage. We check in with both municipalities.
We kick off a series of popcorn interviews with the Mayor for the Town of Port Hawkesbury, Brenda Chisholm-Beaton
We continue to examine Rites of Passage and how the pandemic has affected how we mark important milestones. This week we look at funerals.
Part one of a new series called Ready and Able that takes an ongoing look at accessibility and inclusion in our region. Mainstreet host Wendy Bergfeldt has an overview for us. She examines Nova Scotia's commitment to achieving universal accessibility by the year 2030. Over the coming weeks we assess what's been done and what has to be done to reali…
The Nova Scotia Supreme Court has started looking into why the Province removed Owl's Head from a plan for parks and protected areas. The CBC's Michael Gorman brings us an update.
COVID-19 vaccinations are well underway in Nova Scotia. A retired nurse practitioner takes us through what it's been like to work at the COVID-19 immunization clinics.
In their own words. We meet three Cape Breton students who recently won a spoken word contest to mark the day for the elimination of racial discrimination.
The price of construction material is going through the roof. We hear from a local contractor on what he's been seeing in CBRM.
Incroyable! We look back on the tumultuous history of Isle Madame on our column on Acadians of Cape Breton.
We continue our conversation about access to the high-priced groundbreaking cystic fibrosis drug Trikafta, with the CEO of Cystic Fibrosis Canada Kelly Grover who says "lives are at stake."
The Biodiversity Act has sparked conversation about land conservation across the province. Our A for Adventure team will share tips on how to promote biodiversity, even if you don't own land or you live in an urban area.
The prognosis for the health centre in L'Ardoise is not good if it doesn't get a shot of emergency funding from Richmond County Council. We speak with the Chair of the Board.
Collectibles have become an especially hot commodity during the pandemic. The CBC's Erin MacInnis looks at how the Pokemon card market has really taken off.
No Foolin', Jim St. Clair has a shaggy dog story from Mabou just in time for April Fool's.
It's hard to soar like an Eagle when you're surrounded by COVID. Charlie Cuff brings us an update on the Cape Breton Eagles unusual season, as tonight's game gets cancelled.
Neptune Theatre and the Writers' Federation of Nova Scotia are collaborating to record the audio books of some great local authors. Information Morning's Jerry West visited Neptune Theatre. Listen in.
Healthcare has never been a breakneck speed sector, that is until now. On Health Hacks this week, Mary Jane Hampton takes stock of how far health care has come in the wake of COVID-19.
Young people in the riding of Cape Breton-Canso can share their views through a new youth council for the riding. We meet the chair and vice chair of the group.
Premier Iain Rankin's government has amended Nova Scotia's Biodiversity Act, dropping enforcement powers that included fines. Hear reaction to the changes from local environmental lawyer Lisa Mitchell.
We speak with the Minister of Municipal Affairs about changes to the Municipal Government Act to lay out a new code of conduct for municipalities.
We deconstruct the rising cost of building supplies with the President of the Construction Association of Nova Scotia.
Hear reaction to the Canadian government's plans to formally apologize to the No. 2 Construction Battalion. Members of the all-Black battalion (with strong N.S. representation) risked their lives, but were never honoured for their service.
We get a break down of the mental health and addictions funding announced in last week's budget from Nova Scotia's Health Minister.
AllNovaScotia.com political reporter Brian Flinn looks at Premier Iain Rankin's first month on the job, and at initiatives his government has tackled from the COVID-19 vaccine roll-out to the Biodiversity Act.
Kids, Covid and Vaccines. We speak with the Deputy Director of the Canadian Center for Vaccinology at the IWK about clinical testing and timelines.
We take a look at weddings in the first part of our series on rites of passage and the ways the pandemic has changed them.
One reason people are vaccine hesitant is that they're scared of needles. Pain expert Dr. Christine Chambers shares strategies for dealing with the fear and pain of needles.