Information Morning Cape Breton

Information Morning Cape Breton Clips

  • Monday September 26, 2016

    Audio Breakfast Biographies - Joan Jessome

    Most people in Nova Scotia know the name Joan Jessome because of her work with the NSGEU. Learn about her fascinating life as labour leader, fighter, grandmother, and "the most hated woman in Nova Scotia" in "The Breakfast Biographies."

    Listen 18:52
  • Monday September 26, 2016

    Audio Breakfast Biographies - Joan Jessome

    Most people in Nova Scotia know the name Joan Jessome because of her work with the NSGEU. Learn about her fascinating life as labour leader, fighter, grandmother, and "the most hated woman in Nova otia"??, in "The Breakfast Biographies".

    Listen 18:52
  • Friday September 23, 2016

    Audio Issue Panel 0923

    Now, a brand new season of the Information Morning Issue Panel with panelists Kim Desveaux, Jenn Power, and Chris Milburn. Every second week, a rotating roster of talkative and opinionated Cape Bretoners offer their take on the stories of the week.

    Listen 18:37
  • Friday September 23, 2016

    Audio Matthew Hines Investigation Update

    More than a year after his death, Correctional Service Canada admits "excessive force" was used and is finally speaking about Matthew Hines, who died in Dorchester Penitentiary. Reporter Joan Weeks has an investigation update.

    Listen 8:42
  • Thursday September 22, 2016

    Audio Breakfast Biographies - Reverend Mother Phyllis Marsh

    A life's journey from angry young woman to a later-life ordination as African Orthodox priest on "The Breakfast Biographies" - a series of profile interviews with interesting characters. Today, the Reverend Mother Phyllis Marsh of Whitney Pier.

    Listen 15:52
  • Thursday September 22, 2016

    Audio Golf Cruise Ship Arriving

    Green Fees, Blue Seas... The first golf-themed cruise ship is set to dock in Cape Breton. Reporter Holly Conners asked Graham Husdon, the manager of Highlands Links in Ingonish, to reflect on what its arrival means for Cape Breton's courses.

    Listen 4:29
  • Thursday September 22, 2016

    Audio Patriarch Vincent Waterman Retiring

    Since 1983, Vincent Waterman has been the priest at St. Phillip's African Otrhodox Church in Whitney Pier. Now, he is retiring and leaving Cape Breton Island. The 91 year old Patriarch of the church and his wife are moving to Halifax.

    Listen 7:08
  • Wednesday September 21, 2016

    Audio Fort McMurray Update

    The Fort McMurray fire--and flood--are history to most Canadians now. But hundreds of residents are currently trying to re-adjust to life back in the Alberta city. We get an update with Cape Bretoner Verna Murphy on life since the disaster.

    Listen 7:58

Weather

Severe weather warnings or watches in effect for:

Halifax

Mostly Cloudy

13°C

Sydney

Light Rainshower

11°C

Yarmouth

Mainly Sunny

14°C

Annapolis Royal

Mainly Sunny

13°C

Greenwood

Mainly Sunny

13°C

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