Information Morning Cape Breton

Information Morning Cape Breton Clips

  • Monday May 29, 2017

    Audio Food Bank Garden

    The Glace Bay Food Bank Society is teaching children how to garden and giving them a life lesson about child poverty. Sandra MacPherson, coordinator of the Food Bank, and Valerie Livingstone, school secretary, talk about the outreach project.

    Listen 5:12
  • Monday May 29, 2017

    Audio Election Campaign Analysis

    Bringing closure to the provincial election campaign. Cape Breton University Political Scientist Tom Urbaniak shares his analysis of the campaign for a new Nova Scotia government, as voters head to the polls tomorrow - May 30th.

    Listen 9:29
  • Friday May 26, 2017

    Audio Cabot Trail Relay Race 30th Anniversary

    Hundreds of runners and their supporters will be celebrating the 30th anniversary of the Cabot Trail Relay Race this weekend. For Breagh Gomez, formerly Breagh MacAuley of Baddeck, the event has changed her life. She shares memories both happy and sad.

    Listen 6:22
  • Thursday May 25, 2017

    Audio Cape Breton Hall of Fame # 3

    The Cape Breton Business Hall of Fame and Philanthropy Hall of Fame were pleased to welcome 4 new members... Lou Maroun was one of them. He is the founder and chairman of Sigma Real Estate Advisors and Sigma Capital Corporation.

    Listen 9:40
  • Thursday May 25, 2017

    Audio Candidates: Cape Breton-Richmond

    We conclude our series of Cape Breton candidates' roundtable discussions with the riding of Cape Breton-Richmond. Alana Paon is the PC candidate. Michel Samson is the Liberal incumbent. Larry Keating, the NDP candidate was not available.

    Listen 17:36
  • 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


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