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  • Friday December 09, 2016

    Audio Flooded Homes - EMO Offer

    A deluge of rain in October continues to cause woes in December. Three homeowners in the worst hit part of Sydney speak out about the Provincial plan to compensate them, and we speak with the Minister in charge of EMO, Zach Churchill.

    Listen 16:42
  • Thursday December 08, 2016

    Audio Mabou Farmers' Market

    The Mabou Farmers' Market is a popular spot... for buyers and vendors. And its looking at options to expand. For an update on their plans, we contact Michelle Smith, she's the Secretary of the Mabou Farmers' Market and a vendor.

    Listen 6:44
  • Thursday December 08, 2016

    Audio Opioid Treatment

    Less inpatient detox, and more methadone. That's the Nova Scotia Health Authority's plan to tackle opioid addiction. Reporter Angela MacIvor reports on what CBC learned by calling every detox and rehab centre in the province.

    Listen 10:41
  • Thursday December 08, 2016

    Audio Strait Area Transit Update

    The Strait Area Transit has become a valuable service for riders. In the new year, the co-operative will take a close look at and review the service. Jim Mustard, Chair of the Board for Strait Area Transit, explains what that could mean for users.

    Listen 7:59
  • Wednesday December 07, 2016

    Audio Cuff on CB Eagle + World Jrs.

    A Cape Breton Screaming Eagle looks to swoop in and take a spot on Team Canada at the upcoming World Junior Hockey Championship. Our sports guy Charlie Cuff talks about Pierre Luc Dubois.

    Listen 6:27
  • Wednesday December 07, 2016

    Audio Jim St. Clair - Naming The Beaton Institute

    A "Then and Now" about a place dedicated to the "Then and Now" of Cape Breton Island... to learn about our history, the Beaton Institute is the place to start. Jim St. Clair presents a history of the Beaton, and the woman for whom its named.

    Listen 5:52
  • Tuesday December 06, 2016

    Audio Rally For Teachers In Sydney

    Yesterday, the talk of the province was school being cancelled by the NS Education Minister. Hundreds of people lined the sidewalks outside the Provincial Building to demonstrate in support of NS teachers. Reporter Joan Weeks spoke with some participants.

    Listen 5:44
  • Tuesday December 06, 2016

    Audio NSTU Update - Liette Doucet

    Students in Nova Scotia are heading back to school this morning. Education Minister Karen Casey announced yesterday that the student supervision issue had been clarified. To find out what has changed, we call NSTU President Liette Doucet.

    Listen 7:20



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