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Information Morning Cape Breton with Steve Sutherland & David Burke

Coming Up:

Monday, April 27th, 2015
Cape Breton's # 1 morning show - "Information Morning" - weekdays at 6 a.m.


  • We have an interview with the author of the new book, "Toddlers Are A-Holes"...
    which makes the argument that toddlers are a cross between a sociopath, a rabid animal, a cocker spaniel, a demon, and an angel...

  • ALSO,  for a more positive image of the young...  We'll check in with a couple of kids who helped organize the Youth Summit on Child Poverty at Greenfield Elementary in New Waterford.

  • AND, on that note  -  David Burke looks into an increase of food bank use in Cape Breton.

  • PLUS, if the shoe fits:  We'll trace the origin of the story of Cinderella...  which goes back more than a thousand years...  thats the topic of the next Children's University at CBU.



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    Join Information Morning's host Steve Sutherland and Morning News Editor David Burke -  starting at 6 A.M.   Also, our Morning Meteorologist Peter Coade has your up-to-the-minute Cape Breton weather forecast, LIVE after 7:25 AM

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CaperCon 2015 - Preview

Posted by Glenn Carey

CaperCon 2015.jpgSan Diego has the best known one.  And they hold such conventions in Montreal, Toronto, and even Halifax.  So why not in Cape Breton?  We hear about plans to stage "CaperCon" - a convention for comic book connosieurs, science fiction and gamer fans.  (runs 11:08)

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The Life and Legacy of Charlie Dennis

Posted by Glenn Carey

Charlie Joe Dennis.jpgThe Chief of Eskasoni First Nation, Leroy Denny, reflects on the passing of the community's influential leader, Charlie Joe Dennis.  He died yesterday (April 23rd) in a Halifax hospital, he was 66.  (runs 7:34)

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Adventures of Flat Najim

Posted by Glenn Carey

flat najim.jpgA family in Whycocomagh creates their own version of the children's story "Flat Stanley" to help their 7 year old son adjust to life in Cape Breton, the project enlists people to share in their adventure.  Hear the story of "Around the World with Flat Najim".  (runs 8:43)

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Nova Scotia Fish Packers

Posted by Glenn Carey

Osborne Burke, General Manager of Victoria Co-operative Fisheries Ltd. in Neil's Harbour, and Marilyn Clark, Executive Director of the Nova Scotia Fish Packers Association, elaborate on their concerns about changes to the temporary foreign workers program and the impact those changes could have on their industry.  (runs 8:11)

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Issue Panel 0423

Posted by Glenn Carey

The Information Morning Issue Panel is where we bring together talkative and opinionated Cape Bretoners from our rotating roster to talk about current events and topics.  Today, Dr. Chris Milburn, Vanessa Childs-Rolls and new recruit, Nicole LaFosse discuss:  public prayer, and screaming children.  (runs 18:50)

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CBRM Council Prayer

Posted by Glenn Carey

A 17-year tradition of public prayer before regular monthly meetings came to an end last night at Cape Breton Regional Council.  So Mayor Cecil Clarke recited a prayer outside the Council Chambers with other supporters instead, and then, Mayor Clarke made a couple of additions to the meeting as well.  (runs 5:33)

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Cuff - Glace Bay Junior Miners

Posted by Glenn Carey

The Glace Bay Junior Miners are in the hunt for another honour of their own - The Don Johnson Cup.  The team leaves for Prince Edward Island today in its quest for that trophy.  Our sports guy Charlie Cuff has a preview.  (runs 8:41)

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NS Politics - Graham Steele

Posted by Glenn Carey

Why "sorry" seems to be the hardest word. In light of the outpouring of opposition to cuts to the Nova Scotia Film Tax Credit, former Finance Minister Graham Steele reflects on why governments are reluctant to undo their actions and say "oops".  (runs 7:38)
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Clayton Miller Investigation

Posted by Erin Ashley

Another examination, another disappointment for the Miller family of New Waterford. The province's medical examiner and the head of the Serious Incident Response Team discuss why there's no new evidence or conclusions regarding the death of Clayton Miller. 
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Watch Your Language

Posted by Erin Ashley

Students at the Whycocomagh Education Centre can now study Mi'kmaq and got to demonstrate what they've learned during a public speaking festival. 
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