Information Morning Cape Breton

Information Morning Cape Breton Clips

  • 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".

    Listen 12:46
  • Wednesday May 24, 2017

    Audio A Town That Cares Meeting

    Worried about the future of New Waterford, and the current drug culture, citizens gathered at "A Town That Cares" meeting to discuss a community response. Tom Blanchard, Executive Director of Talbot House, was one of the speakers.

    Listen 7:42
  • Wednesday May 24, 2017

    Audio Cape Breton Hall of Fame # 2

    Building Success. The Cape Breton Business Hall of Fame and the Philanthropy Hall of Fame held its 2017 induction ceremony. Meet another of this year's inductees, Dave Gillis, founder of Gillis Building Supplies in Sydney River.

    Listen 8:20
  • Wednesday May 24, 2017

    Audio Jim St. Clair - Queen Victoria

    Crowning Glory... Before this year's Victoria Day holiday fades into memory, our community historian Jim St. Clair swings by with some interesting insight and facts about Queen Victoria's life in this edition of his weekly column, "Then & Now".

    Listen 7:30
  • Wednesday May 24, 2017

    Audio Atlantica Party Leader Jonathan Dean

    There are just 6 days of campaigning left before voting day in Nova Scotia. Meet one of the men who's busy shaking hands and getting the word out about his party's platforms: Jonathan Dean, he is leader of the Atlantica Party.

    Listen 11:49
  • Tuesday May 23, 2017

    Audio Cape Breton Hall of Fame # 1

    The Cape Breton Business Hall of Fame and the Philanthropy Hall of Fame are adding new members... Meet one of this year's inductees into the Philanthropy Hall of Fame -- Father Albert Maroun. He talks about his life and legacy of giving back.

    Listen 9:48
  • Tuesday May 23, 2017

    Audio Calum's Forest Walking Trail

    A Novel Way to Plant Trees. The Inverness County Centre for the Arts is creating a walking trail of newly planted trees inspired by Frank Macdonald's book, "A Forest For Calum". ICCA board member Caroline Cameron explains their plans for the project.

    Listen 8:37
  • Tuesday May 23, 2017

    Audio Candidates: Glace Bay

    The four folks looking to be the next MLA for the riding of Glace Bay join us in studio. Lois MacDougall is the NDP candidate. Geoff MacLellan is the Liberal incumbent. John White is the PC candidate. Steven James MacNeil is with the Atlantica Party.

    Listen 21:59

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