Information Morning Cape Breton

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  • Monday October 23, 2017

    Audio Warm Ocean Water

    Here's a hot topic: How warm the water's been off Cape Breton this Fall. Many surfers and hard core swimmers are enjoying the unusally mild season. Reporter Holly Conners asked CBC meterologist Jim Abraham about the significantly higher temperatures.

    Listen 5:34
  • Monday October 23, 2017

    Audio Breakfast Biographies - Arthur J. LeBlanc

    In Part 9 of our Breakfast Biographies series, we meet a former lawyer, and a judge with the NS Supreme Court - our new Lieutenant-Governor who is a dedicated supporter of the performing arts, and a Cape Bretoner. Arthur J. LeBlanc of West Arichat.

    Listen 15:22
  • Monday October 23, 2017

    Audio Wapikoni Project in Eskasoni

    A different kind of screen time... Meet a couple of Grade 11 students in Eskasoni who were part of a project to teach First Nations youth filmmaking to help them tell their stories. And also meet Cass Gardiner, a filmmaker / mentor with Wapikoni.

    Listen 11:23
  • Friday October 20, 2017

    Audio English Language in Canada

    A Way With Words. A visiting professor talks about his research into the history of English in Canada, prior to a public lecture at CBU on Canadian English, Past, Present and Future. Charles Boberg is with the Linguistics Department at McGill University.

    Listen 13:30
  • Friday October 20, 2017

    Audio Popcorn Interview - Arthur LeBlanc

    The Breakfast Biographies series are feature length interviews with interesting and intriguing people in Cape Breton. Before the full interview airs, guests take our patented "Popcorn" interview, today, Nova Scotia's Lieutenant Governor, Arthur J. LeBlanc

    Listen 3:05
  • Thursday October 19, 2017

    Audio Breakfast Biographies - Ruth Boutilier

    The Breakfast Biographies is a series of profile interviews with interesting Cape Bretoners. In the spotlight for Part 8 of the Breakfast Biographies, is a lifelong proponent of active living in Cape Breton, skier and yoga instructor, Ruth Boutilier.

    Listen 15:39
  • Thursday October 19, 2017

    Audio Verboten German Doctor

    A German doctor and his Cape Breton-born wife want to move here and practice, but he can't get a license to practice from the NS College of Physicians and Surgeons. Reporter Wendy Martin spoke to the doctor, his wife, and the Registrar of the College.

    Listen 12:06
  • Thursday October 19, 2017

    Audio Baha'i Anniversary

    The Baha'i community in Cape Breton--along with millions around the globe--will be celebrating the 200th anniversary of the birth of the prophet and founder of the faith. Will Naylor of the Eskasoni Baha'i community offers a brief overview of his religion

    Listen 9:30


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