Information Morning Cape Breton

Information Morning Cape Breton Clips

  • Friday September 30, 2016

    Audio Living Treaties - Marie Battiste

    To celebrate Mi'kmaq History Month, the editor of the new book, "Living Treaties: Narrating Mi'kmaw Treaty Relations", Marie Battiste, a Mi'kmaw educator, originally from Potlotek First Nation in Cape Breton, reflects on ancient treaties.

    Listen 13:36
  • Friday September 30, 2016

    Audio Mayoralty Debate 2 - Port Development

    Any Port In A Storm... Here is another question and answer excerpt from our CBRM Mayoralty Debate at Centre 200 in Sydney, incumbent Cecil Clarke and challenger Rankin MacSween answer a question about Port Development.

    Listen 6:18
  • Friday September 30, 2016

    Audio CBRM Candidates District 5

    Battling for your ballot in Sydney's downtown District 5... Eldon MacDonald, Nadine Bernard, Nigel Kearns, Shawn Lesnick and Tom Wilson are the candidates sitting at our roundtable discussion this morning.

    Listen 19:42
  • Friday September 30, 2016

    Audio Mayoralty Debate 1 - Tax Cap

    Taxing Times... incumbent Cecil Clarke and challenger Rankin MacSween debate taxation in the Cape Breton Regional Municipality in the first excerpt from our CBRM Mayoralty Debate at Centre 200. About 750 people attended the lively debate.

    Listen 7:20
  • Friday September 30, 2016

    Audio CBRM Mayoralty Debate

    Hear the two candidates vying for Mayor of the Cape Breton Regional Municipality go head to head in a 96 minute debate sponsored by CBC Cape Breton, the Cape Breton Post and the Sydney and Area Chamber of Commerce at Centre 200 in Sydney.

    Listen 1:36:03
  • Thursday September 29, 2016

    Audio Medal of Bravery - Nicole Foran

    When a plane in Jamaica was hijacked in 2009, a Nova Scotia flight attendant played a pivotal role in bringing the stressful situation to a safe ending. Nicole Foran of Halifax has been recognized for that role with a Medal of Bravery.

    Listen 11:09
  • Thursday September 29, 2016

    Audio Breakfast Biographies - Tuma Young

    Today, a profile featuring Tuma Young, who is originally from Malagawatch, Inverness County. He was the first Mi'kmaq-speaking lawyer in NS. And, now, he's an assistant professor of Indigenous Studies at Cape Breton University.

    Listen 16:28
  • Thursday September 29, 2016

    Audio Nurse Practitioners

    The Department of Health announced it will hire 7 nurse practitioners and family practice nurses to work in various locations across Cape Breton. Kathy Bell is the director of Primary Health Care, Eastern Zone, Nova Scotia Health Authority.

    Listen 9:24

Weather

Severe weather warnings or watches in effect for:

Halifax

Partly Cloudy

12°C

Sydney

Mainly Sunny

16°C

Yarmouth

Cloudy

12°C

Annapolis Royal

Mainly Sunny

9°C

Greenwood

Mainly Sunny

9°C

Schedule

The Radio/Television schedule requires JavaScript.