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  • Friday February 17, 2017

    Audio Law on Bill 75

    Strike One. As Nova Scotia teachers strike for the first time in the province's history, we spoke with Mel Norton to discuss the legality of the Liberal's Bill 75 that aims to end the teachers' work to rule.

    Listen 10:17
  • Friday February 17, 2017

    Audio CBRM Budget Talk

    Police Chief Peter McIsaac, Mayor Cecil Clarke and Councillors Ray Paruch, Amanda McDougall and Kendra Coombes discussed at length the capital and operating budgets of the CBRM, both of which have been passed for 2017/2018.

    Listen 9:00
  • Thursday February 16, 2017

    Audio Inverness Housing

    Homing In On Houses. Inverness County continues to struggle with a shortage of lots, housing, rental units and places for seniors who want to downsize. Joan Weeks spoke with Councillor Jim Mustard and Conrad Taves on these housing issues

    Listen 7:18
  • Thursday February 16, 2017

    Audio Mi' Kmaq Pardon

    Righting a wrong. Today the province will pardon the late Mi'kmaq Grand Chief Gabriel Sylliboy, who was convicted of trapping out of season in 1927. We spoke with Grand Keptin Andrew Denny regarding his thoughts on his great great grandfather.

    Listen 5:29
  • Thursday February 16, 2017

    Audio DOT / CBRM Storm Update

    The Department of Transportation and CBRM Public Works Department speak about how road crews are dealing with the snow we already received and how they are preparing for more today. We spoke with officials from respective departments.

    Listen 8:37
  • Wednesday February 15, 2017

    Audio US-CAN Meeting - Annette Verschuren

    North Sydney's Annette Verschuren was one of the powerful women who took part in a roundtable discussion presented by the Canada-US Council for Advancement of Women Entrepeneurs and Business Leaders, during Trudeau's visit with Trump.

    Listen 6:46
  • Wednesday February 15, 2017

    Audio Jim St. Clair - Little Johnnie's Chair

    As we celebrate the sesquicentennial, museums and lovers of history are considering what was going on 150 years ago, remembering people, events and objects that have a connection with Confederation. Jim St. Clair looks at a chair made in CB in 1867.

    Listen 7:11
  • Wednesday February 15, 2017

    Audio NS Government Debate

    It was a long night at Province House, after the NS Liberal government introduced legislation to impose a new four-year contract on the province's teachers. Second reading of Bill 75 was at 4:30 am and Reporter Michael Gorman was there.

    Listen 7:02


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