Information Morning Cape Breton

Information Morning Cape Breton Clips

  • Wednesday April 26, 2017

    Audio Roving Buoy - NQ1

    Bye bye buoy... A navigational marker formerly positioned off Isle Madame was found earlier this month adrift off the coast of County Clare, Ireland. Robert McCabe is Director of Operations for the Commissioners of Irish Lights.

    Listen 8:19
  • Wednesday April 26, 2017

    Audio Jim St. Clair - Premier George Murray

    With an election call likely coming in the near future, community historian Jim St. Clair recalls a Cape Breton born Premier, George H. Murray, and an election call from more than 100 years ago.

    Listen 7:28
  • Wednesday April 26, 2017

    Audio CyberSCAN Unit

    Ever wonder what happened to the cyberbullying investigative unit, CyberSCAN, after Nova Scotia's legislation - The Cyber-Safety Act - was struck down two years ago. We speak with the director of the CyberSCAN unit, Roger Merrick.

    Listen 8:31
  • Wednesday April 26, 2017

    Audio Cuff on CB Highlanders

    The Cape Breton Highlanders are in Moncton tonight, trying to nail down a playoff spot. Our sports guy Charlie Cuff looks at the team's dream of making the playoffs in their inaugural season in the National Basketball League of Canada.

    Listen 7:47
  • Tuesday April 25, 2017

    Audio Wellness and Gladue Court

    A partnership among the Wagmatcook and Wacobah First Nations, the province, and the judiciary has led to the creation of a new Wellness and Gladue Court that will take into account the unique circumstances facing aboriginal people.

    Listen 8:02
  • Tuesday April 25, 2017

    Audio NS Legislature - Spring Sitting

    Nova Scotia's MLAs will report to work at Province House today - but this Spring sitting could be one for the record books. Most MLAs have campaigning on their minds. Reporter Jean Laroche will look ahead at the week in politics.

    Listen 8:46
  • Monday April 24, 2017

    Audio NDP Launch Election Campaign

    Yesterday, the New Democratic Party of Nova Scotia launched its election campaign at an event in downtown Dartmouth. Reporter Michael Gorman was in attendance and he offers his take on what he saw and heard from the NDP.

    Listen 8:40
  • Monday April 24, 2017

    Audio Gentle Warrior Follow-Up

    It's been a busy year for Eskasoni highschool student Kalolin Johnson with the success of the school's song project "Gentle Warrior". The video has over 40-thousand views, the song has an ECMA nomination, and now, there's a follow-up song.

    Listen 10:45


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