Information Morning Cape Breton

Information Morning Cape Breton Clips

  • Wednesday July 26, 2017

    Audio NSHA Governance - Dr. Bob Martel

    An unhealthy form of governance. The Nova Scotia Health Authority has no health care providers on its board. Hear why a group of doctors (Nova Scotia Health Care Solutions) think that's a bad idea. Dr. Bob Martel is a palliative care physician in Arichat.

    Listen 8:29
  • Wednesday July 26, 2017

    Audio Jim St. Clair - Devereaux in CB

    Community historian Jim St. Clair plays the name game on "Then and Now"... tracing the family roots of Information Morning guest host Allison Devereaux. Jim looks at the history of the Devereaux surname in Cape Breton.

    Listen 6:56
  • Wednesday July 26, 2017

    Audio Under the Rainbow Umbrella Conversations

    "The talk" has changed since we were kids... Madonna Doucette of the Youth Project offers advice and some direction on how to start and discuss difficult and uncomfortable issues around sexuality and gender variance with your children.

    Listen 9:53
  • Tuesday July 25, 2017

    Audio Odd Jobs - Child Life Specialist

    On our "Odd Jobs" column, meet a woman who tries to take away some of the pain and fear for children in hospital. Associate Producer Nicole MacLennan speaks with Tracy Warren-Salt, a child life specialist at the Cape Breton Regional Hospital in Sydney.

    Listen 7:00
  • Tuesday July 25, 2017

    Audio Inverness Beach Boardwalk

    The sands of time are not being kind to the boardwalk at the Inverness Beach. Reporter George Mortimer asks Rob Burbach, President of the Inverness Development Association, what needs to be done and how people are pushing to improve accessibility.

    Listen 6:10
  • Tuesday July 25, 2017

    Audio Hitchhiking Sailor

    The idea of hitchhiking usually brings to mind the idea of the open road. But one traveler in CB got here by hitchhiking, on private sailboats. From Portugal to the Caribbean to Baddeck, Emilie Piriou of Megeve, France is seeing the world port to port.

    Listen 8:02
  • Monday July 24, 2017

    Audio Glace Bay Ballpark Project

    Let's play ball! A group in Glace Bay is hitting it out of the park when it comes to building a ballfield there, raising over 350 thousand dollars. Ken Tracey of The Glace Bay Community Commons Society talks about the project and their vision.

    Listen 5:39
  • Monday July 24, 2017

    Audio Cancer EI Study

    Bereft of benefits... A new Cape Breton based study hopes to find out what life is like for cancer patients whose EI sick benefits run out after 15 weeks. Tom MacNeil is a Medical Social Worker with the Cape Breton Cancer Centre at the Regional Hospital.

    Listen 8:37


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