Information Morning Cape Breton

Information Morning Cape Breton Clips

  • Friday December 02, 2016

    Audio NSP Performance Review

    Nova Scotia's consumer advocate, John Merrick, discusses the upcoming assessment of Nova Scotia Power, and how the utility's performance will come under scrutiny by the UARB and what penalties the company may incur if it doesn't meet expectations.

    Listen 7:18
  • Friday December 02, 2016

    Audio Vital Awards 4 - Frances Burton

    Another VITAL Cape Bretoner has been recognized by the CB Partnership for making a difference in their community. Meet Frances Burton who co-ordinates volunteers for the Youth Peer Project, part of the non-profit Educational Program Innovations Charity.

    Listen 3:07
  • Friday December 02, 2016

    Audio Farmer's Daughter Update

    When the Farmer's Daughter put out its unique offer of land to entice new workers to Whycocomagh, the owners wondered if they'd get any response. They continue to get several hundred e-mails a day, 100,000 so far. Co-owner Heather Coulombe updates us.

    Listen 9:40
  • Thursday December 01, 2016

    Audio Issue Panel 1201

    Every second week we convene a rotating roster of talkative and opinionated Cape Bretoners on the Information Morning Issue Panel to give us their take on the stories of the week. Panelists are: Candee McCarthy, Darren McFadgen and Michele Stephens.

    Listen 18:54
  • Thursday December 01, 2016

    Audio NS Auditor General's Fall Report

    If the province were a student, the Auditor General would be the prinicipal. And he's had to chastise his provincial pupil over issues of daycares, schools, and infrastructure. Nova Scotia's AG is Michael Pickup and we discuss his Fall Report.

    Listen 12:37
  • Thursday December 01, 2016

    Audio Vital Awards 3 - Gail Christmas

    Another VITAL member of society is Gail Christmas of Membertou First Nation. She is another of the recent recipients of a VITAL Award, the Cape Breton Partnership's effort to recognize young people making a significant difference in their community.

    Listen 6:56
  • Wednesday November 30, 2016

    Audio Teachers Strike - Ontario Experience

    Lessons from Ontario... in 2015 teachers in two Ontario unions worked to rule for months at a time. We find out what affect that had on families and on the political scene from Mike Crawley, he's the CBC's provincial affairs reporter in Toronto.

    Listen 8:12
  • Wednesday November 30, 2016

    Audio Jim St. Clair - Shipwreck Hike

    On "Then and Now" with community historian Jim St. Clair, we take a hike... a horrible hike... with some shipwrecked passengers forced to plod through the forests of our Island in the 1700s.

    Listen 6:31


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