Information Morning Cape Breton

Information Morning Cape Breton Clips

  • Friday April 28, 2017

    Audio Provincial Budget Analysis

    The Nova Scotia Liberals tabled their pre-election budget, yesterday. Tom Urbaniak, an Associate Professor of Political Science at CBU, and a frequent political commentator, provides his analysis of how the NS government proposes to spend your money.

    Listen 12:12
  • Friday April 28, 2017

    Audio Issue Panel 0428

    Every second week we convene a rotating roster of talkative and opinionated Cape Bretoners on the Information Morning Issue Panel. Today, panelists Candee McCarthy, Michele Stephens and Vanessa Childs-Rolls talk about the Nova Scotia Budget.

    Listen 15:50
  • Thursday April 27, 2017

    Audio Terry O'Reilly - Book Tour

    Plop, Plop, Fizz, Fizz. It's the Real Thing. Just Do It. Ad slogans stay with us, whether we like it or not. Terry O'Reilly, host of CBC's "Under the Influence", has a new book detailing the marketing secrets he's learned after 30 years in the biz.

    Listen 10:23
  • Thursday April 27, 2017

    Audio Maritime Link Subsea Cable

    It's a stretch... The Maritime Link project is set to start running a subsea cable all the way from Newfoundland to Nova Scotia, a distance of 170 km. Rick Janega, President and CEO of Emera Newfoundland and Labrador, explains how that is actually done.

    Listen 10:52
  • Thursday April 27, 2017

    Audio Trade Explained - Professor Jackie Scott

    Dairy and softwood lumber trade 101. Jackie Scott, a professor with the Shannon School of Business, teaches international business and business startegy. She offers context on Canada's current trade tensions with the United States.

    Listen 11:28
  • Thursday April 27, 2017

    Audio Sydney Songs - Old Sydney Society Talk

    While Sydney in 2017 may look a lot different from the Sydney of the 1950s and 60s, turns out some of the complaints about city life remain the same. Folklorist Ian Brodie of CBU previews his Old Sydney Society presentation, on tonight at 7:30 pm.

    Listen 17:08
  • Wednesday April 26, 2017

    Audio Roving Buoy - NQ1

    Bye bye buoy... A navigational marker formerly positioned off Isle Madame was found earlier this month adrift off the coast of County Clare, Ireland. Robert McCabe is Director of Operations for the Commissioners of Irish Lights.

    Listen 8:19
  • Wednesday April 26, 2017

    Audio Jim St. Clair - Premier George Murray

    With an election call likely coming in the near future, community historian Jim St. Clair recalls a Cape Breton born Premier, George H. Murray, and an election call from more than 100 years ago.

    Listen 7:28

Weather

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Halifax

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Yarmouth

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Annapolis Royal

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