Information Morning Cape Breton

Information Morning Cape Breton Clips

  • Friday January 20, 2017

    Audio Basketball Cape Breton - Game On

    The Nova Scotia School Athletic Federation confirms there are basketball games and tournaments going ahead during the NS teacher work-to-rule campaign under the organization of Basketball Nova Scotia and Basketball Cape Breton.

    Listen 4:48
  • Friday January 20, 2017

    Audio SPCA Cape Breton

    Reporter George Mortimer met up with Verbena Brenton, Shelter Coordinator at the Cape Breton Branch of the SPCA, to talk about an upswing in adoptions. Staff at the branch report 800 animals were successfully adopted in the past year.

    Listen 7:29
  • Friday January 20, 2017

    Audio Race The Cape 2017 - Cancelled

    The 5th annual Race the Cape event is cancelled for 2017. The six-day yacht race covers a more than 175 nautical mile course through the Bras d'Or Lake and along the Atlantic coast. Destination Cape Breton CEO Mary Tulle explains the cancellation.

    Listen 4:33
  • Thursday January 19, 2017

    Audio Midget X League Established

    The Nova Scotia Hockey Association is scoring points with high school hockey players. It's established a new league for them to play in during the current teacher work-to-rule campaign. Darren Cossar is Executive Director of Hockey Nova Scotia.

    Listen 7:41
  • Thursday January 19, 2017

    Audio Issue Panel 0119

    Every second week we convene a rotating roster of talkative and opinionated Cape Bretoners to give us their take on the stories of the week on the Information Morning Issue Panel. Today, its Madonna Doucette, Dr. Chris Milburn and Todd Pettigrew.

    Listen 20:21
  • 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

Weather

Severe weather warnings or watches in effect for:

Halifax

Cloudy

-2°C

Sydney

Light Snow

-1°C

Yarmouth

Mostly Cloudy

1°C

Annapolis Royal

Cloudy

-1°C

Greenwood

Cloudy

-1°C

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