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  • Tuesday February 21, 2017

    Audio Teacher's Contract

    CBC Reporter Jean Laroche brings us the latest on Bill 75 from Province House.

    Listen 7:26
  • Tuesday February 21, 2017

    Audio A push for Mother Canada

    Parks Canada says the proposed Mother Canada statue in Cape Breton is not going to happen, but the promoter is still hopeful. Information Morning's Nina Corfu tells us more.

    Listen 9:42
  • Friday February 17, 2017

    Audio Why SPCA is laying more charges

    There have been a growing number of animal cruelty cases in the news during the last year. That's not because of more complaints, just more charges. Jo-Anne Landsburg is the chief inspector for the Nova Scotia SPCA.

    Listen 6:54
  • Friday February 17, 2017

    Audio Our Political Panel assesses Bill 75

    The McNeil government's decision to impose a contract on teachers has produced protests, and now a one day strike. Information Morning's political panel discusses the week.

    Listen 8:48
  • Thursday February 16, 2017

    Audio Public has say on Bill 75

    Public hearings on Bill 75 are underway. Hundreds of people have asked for permission to speak to the house. CBC Reporter Michael Gorman has been at Province House.

    Listen 8:59
  • Thursday February 16, 2017

    Audio Guysborough Warden determined to build lifestyle centre

    Some residents in the Municipality of the District of Guysborough are concerned about a lifetyle centre being proposed for the area. Yesterday we heard from Guysborough resident Patricia Bates. Vernon Pitts is the Warden for the Municipality of the Distri

    Listen 4:45
  • Wednesday February 15, 2017

    Audio Residents want Guysborough council to rethink lifestyle centre

    The Municipality of the District of Guysborough has asked for tenders to build a new $11 million lifestyle complex. That worries some residents. They have organized a petition. Patricia Bates is one of the organizers of the petition.

    Listen 6:29
  • Wednesday February 15, 2017

    Audio What Bill 75 could mean for teachers and students

    MLAs spent the night at Province House debating Bill 75. The bill is expected to pass into law by early next week. Larry Haiven is a member of Nova Scotia Parents for Teachers and Professor Emeritus with the Sobey School of Business at Saint Mary's Univ

    Listen 9:02

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