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  • Wednesday February 22, 2017

    Audio Livestock Animal Bylaw

    District 11 Councillor, Kendra Coombes, asked Regional Council last night for an issue paper on the issue of livestock animals being kept in densely urban areas. The request led to a lively debate and stories about animals.

    Listen 6:43
  • Wednesday February 22, 2017

    Audio Point of Privilege - Mayor Cecil Clarke

    Mayor Cecil Clarke cleared the air at Regional Council last night on some concerns about decorum and parliamentary behavior at previous council meetings.

    Listen 4:48
  • Wednesday February 22, 2017

    Audio Teachers Contract Discussion with Liette Doucet

    Being Taught A Lesson by the Government. The president of the Nova Scotia Teachers' Union, Liette Doucet, reflects on the passing of Bill 75.

    Listen 13:05
  • Wednesday February 22, 2017

    Audio Then & Now - William Penn Hussey

    On "Then and Now," Jim St. Clair mines the rich history of coal in Inverness and hauls up a story of a larger-than-life character who came to the town, made millions, then disappeared just as fast.

    Listen 10:25
  • Tuesday February 21, 2017

    Audio Tolls / Twinning

    Seeing Double. You're invited to 3 public meetings in Cape Breton this week regarding future road tolls and twinning in parts of the province. To get more background on this, we contacted Bruce Fitzner, with the Provincial Department of TIR.

    Listen 10:45
  • Tuesday February 21, 2017

    Audio Mother Canada Update

    Dead or alive? A closer look at efforts to revive the Mother Canada statue in Cape Breton Highlands National Park. Almost everyone thought the Mother Canada statue was history, but the man behind it says it still has a bright future.

    Listen 10:19
  • 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


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