Information Morning Cape Breton
Information Morning Cape Breton Clips
Tuesday May 30, 2017
Audio A War Bible
Onward Christian Soldier... Here's the story of a little Bible that found its way back to the family of its owner, a World War II soldier from Cape Breton, who lost it just before D-Day in 1944. And the man who found it and cherished it for decades.
Friday May 26, 2017
Hundreds of runners and their supporters will be celebrating the 30th anniversary of the Cabot Trail Relay Race this weekend. For Breagh Gomez, formerly Breagh MacAuley of Baddeck, the event has changed her life. She shares memories both happy and sad.
Thursday May 25, 2017
We conclude our series of Cape Breton candidates' roundtable discussions with the riding of Cape Breton-Richmond. Alana Paon is the PC candidate. Michel Samson is the Liberal incumbent. Larry Keating, the NDP candidate was not available.
Wednesday May 24, 2017
Audio NEW Dalai Lama Book
Professor, author and Information Morning "Breakfast Biography" alumnus, Terry Gibbs of Cape Breton University talks about her latest book launching today. It's called "Why the Dalai Lama is a Socialist. Buddhism and the Compassionate Society".
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- 'They will never know her:' Prince William opens up on family, Diana's death and his mental health charity
- Canadian rocker headlines concert Saturday night, runs half-marathon the next morning
- Remix Canada's latest census results to see how you fit in
- How one woman's death illustrates the brutality of Philippines drug war
- To the bitter end: The broken nation of Zimbabwe awaits the death of a dictator
- 'Everything was hurting so bad': How one Muslim man snuck across the U.S. border into Canada
- Edmonton archbishop says Vatican should consider an apology for role in residential schools
- Web-savvy Atikamekw communities bring mother tongue to life online
- 'It's a breach of treaty': Manitoba First Nations want promised land
- Residential school survivors shouldn't have to beg Pope for apology, says survivor