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  • Monday January 23, 2017

    Audio Herald strike has hurt journalism in Nova Scotia

    One year ago today unionized news room staff at the Chronicle Herald went on strike. Many feel damage has alrady been done to the news industry in Nova Scotia. Information Morning speaks with Pauline Dakin who teaches in the journalism school at the Univ

    Listen 7:47
  • Monday January 23, 2017

    Audio No details on teachers' tentative deal

    The teachers' union and the province announced Friday that they have come to a tentative deal. Information Morning speaks with the President of the Nova Scotia Teachers' Union Liette Doucet.

    Listen 9:09
  • Monday January 23, 2017

    Audio Mission to Jordan

    While many community groups have helped bring Syrian newcomers to this province in the past year - Other sponsorship groups are still waiting for their families to arrive in Nova Scotia. The Southwest Family Alliance is one of those groups in limbo. They'

    Listen 7:02
  • Friday January 20, 2017

    Audio Sexual Assault and PTSD

    Most of the stories we hear about Post Traumatic Stress Disorder have to do with former members of the military. But in fact PTSD affects more civilians than soldiers. And women are twice as likely to have it as men. Jackie Stevens is the Executive Dire

    Listen 8:52
  • Friday January 20, 2017

    Audio King's student on why he voted for Trump

    Kyril Wolfe will be one of the millions of people watching the presidental inauguration. He grew up near Boston and voted for Trump. Information Morning's Phlis McGregor spoke with him.

    Listen 7:34
  • Friday January 20, 2017

    Audio Live music is part of Halifax's identity

    Live music is part of Halifax's identity - but with changes in the way we consume entertainment, how do we ensure the city's live music scene doesn't flop? Information Morning speaks with James Boyle, executive director of the Halifax Pop Explosion. And L

    Listen 10:23
  • Thursday January 19, 2017

    Audio Police Commission 'not firing on all cylinders'

    Former members of the Halifax Board of Police Commissioners say there are problems with the way it functions. The current chair of the board Steve Craig joins Information Morning to discuss this.

    Listen 11:02
  • Thursday January 19, 2017

    Audio Don't throw old clothes in the garbage

    Hear what it sounds like behind-the-scenes when an old sock gets recycled.

    Listen 5:53






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