Information Morning Cape Breton

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  • Tuesday May 23, 2017

    Audio Calum's Forest Walking Trail

    A Novel Way to Plant Trees. The Inverness County Centre for the Arts is creating a walking trail of newly planted trees inspired by Frank Macdonald's book, "A Forest For Calum". ICCA board member Caroline Cameron explains their plans for the project.

    Listen 8:37
  • Friday May 19, 2017

    Audio Leaders' Debate Analysis

    Dissecting The Debate... The three main party leaders went head-to-head last night in the first -- and only -- televised debate of this provincial election campaign. Reporter Jean Laroche offers his analysis of the Leaders' Debate on CBC TV.

    Listen 9:19
  • Friday May 19, 2017

    Audio Candidates: Victoria-The Lakes

    In our studio today, 4 of the 5 candidates looking for your vote in the riding of Victoria-The Lakes. Keith Bain is the PC Candidate. Lisa Bond is the NDP candidate. Pam Eyking is the Liberal incumbent, and Adrianna MacKinnon is the Green Party candidate.

    Listen 19:58
  • Thursday May 18, 2017

    Audio West Side Middle River Road

    A trio of musicians in Middle River bands together to highlight the horrible condition of a local road, hoping politicians will take note. Reporter Yvonne LeBlanc-Smith spoke to Kate Oland about the tune she wrote, "West Side Middle River Road".

    Listen 9:29
  • Thursday May 18, 2017

    Audio Turtle and Jellyfish Study

    Many CBers spend their summers trying to get AWAY from jellyfish. Bethany Nordstrom, a researcher pursuing her masters in biology at Dalhousie University, wants you to seek them out. Your help will aid her research in endangered Leatherback turtles.

    Listen 4:56
  • Thursday May 18, 2017

    Audio NSHA Health Care Follow-up

    This week, a panel of Cape Breton doctors gave an insider's view on what's ailing our health care system. Now, we follow up on some of their concerns. Janet Knox is NSHA President and CEO, and Mary Lou O'Neill is the Eastern Zone's executive director.

    Listen 21:17
  • Wednesday May 17, 2017

    Audio A Sea Cadet Adventure

    Tales From A Tall Ship... Meet 17 year old Nikolas Starzomski who is a Sea Cadet, the Howie Centre teen describes his adventures serving aboard a 34 meter, square rigged tall ship sailing from England to France as part of a Sea Cadet exchange.

    Listen 7:56
  • Wednesday May 17, 2017

    Audio Jim St. Clair - CB Independence

    It's fair to say that the relationship between Cape Breton and Halifax has not always been smooth sailing. Community historian Jim St. Clair tells us of a time when independence was in the air, forcing the Privy Council's hand.

    Listen 4:49

Weather

Severe weather warnings or watches in effect for:

Halifax

Light Rain

8°C

Sydney

Mostly Cloudy

15°C

Yarmouth

Light Rain

10°C

Annapolis Royal

Light Drizzle and Fog

9°C

Greenwood

Light Drizzle and Fog

9°C

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