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  • Wednesday January 18, 2017

    Audio Jim St. Clair - BMO Building

    Making an investment in history with a new lease on life for an old building in downtown Sydney. On "Then and Now", historian Jim St. Clair discusses the history behind the Bank of Montreal building, the soon-to-be new home of the Old Sydney Society.

    Listen 8:42
  • Wednesday January 18, 2017

    Audio Southend Community Centre Demolition

    The writing was written on the Southend Community Centre's walls shortly after the Thanksgiving Day flood. We hear from a couple of people who've been involved with the building over its lifetime, they share their memories before its demolition.

    Listen 9:19
  • Tuesday January 17, 2017

    Audio Jane Paul Mi'kmaq Women's Resource Centre

    We get a window into the life of a woman from Eskasoni First Nation who has known drug addiction and who has worked the streets in Sydney, but who has found help and comfort at the Jane Paul Mi'kmaq Woman's Resource Centre in Sydney.

    Listen 17:04
  • Tuesday January 17, 2017

    Audio Fr. Archie Memories

    Composing a portrait of a modern day saint. Inverness Oran columnist Bonny MacIsaac is looking for your stories and memories about Fr. Peter Archibald MacLellan, better known as Fr. Archie, he served in Inverness for almost 30 years.

    Listen 8:30
  • Monday January 16, 2017

    Audio Grounded Tanker Arca 1 Removed

    The grounded tanker Arca 1 off Little Pond was removed and towed to Sydport. To learn what happened yesterday and what's next for Arca 1, we ask Chris Kirby, salvage master for McKeil Marine, and Keith Laidlaw, senior response officer with the Coast Guard

    Listen 10:49
  • Monday January 16, 2017

    Audio Autism Service Dog

    A Boy And His Dog... Raising a child with autism has challenges. We meet Jen Halliday from Southside Boularderie who now has help... from a service dog named Dana... that they're training to work with her 9 year old son, Ciaran.

    Listen 12:04
  • Monday January 16, 2017

    Audio Cuff on Coal Bowl Cancellation

    Our sports columnist Charlie Cuff reflects on the cancellation of the 36th edition of the Coal Bowl National High School Basketball Classic due to the current work-to-rule stalemate between the NSTU and the provincial government.

    Listen 6:02
  • Tuesday January 10, 2017

    Audio Transition House and Housing

    Reporter Joan Weeks has more on the new challenge facing Transition House in Sydney and the women it serves. With housing options in CB limited, some women are staying at Transition House longer or returning to violent relationships out of necessity.

    Listen 9:33

Weather

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Halifax

Mostly Cloudy

-4°C

Sydney

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-5°C

Yarmouth

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-1°C

Annapolis Royal

Mostly Cloudy

-5°C

Greenwood

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-5°C

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