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CBC News Posted: Nov 12, 2014 3:31 PM ET Last Updated: Jun 16, 2016 2:36 PM ET

Contact us - 24 hour tip line: (902) 420-4100

CBC Nova Scotia

CBC Radio One Newsroom

6940 Mumford Road
Suite 100
Halifax, NS
B3L 0B7
Tel: (902) 420-4100


500 George Street
Sydney, NS
B1P 1K6
Tel: (902) 539-5050


Tel: (902) 420-4100
Fax: (902) 420-4137
Halifax newsroom


Tel: (902) 563-4100
Fax: (902) 539-1562
Sydney newsroom



CBC Radio in Nova Scotia‚Äč

Information Morning
TEL: (902) 420-4431
FAX: (902) 420-4137
E-mail: Information Morning

Mainstreet NS
TEL: (902) 420-4378
FAX: (902) 420-4137
E-mail: Mainstreet NS


Got a question about the CBC?

We've answered the most common queries in our list of Frequently Asked Questions below.

If you still can't find the answer you're looking for, please use the Contact form. Due to the large volume of messages received, we will not be able to respond to all messages.


Frequently Asked Questions

1. How do I contact the local news departments with a news tip?


If you've got a news tip, phone the CBC News: Nova Scotia assignment desk at (902) 420-4100. In Sydney, you can call (902) 563-4100.


2. How do I suggest an idea or pose a question to a local show?


Go to the Programs page, and follow the link to the show. Look for the "Contact" link for that show in the left-hand side of the show's page.


3. How do I suggest an idea or pose a question to a national show?


Go to Programs A-Z, look for the listing for that show, then follow the link to the website for that show. Look for the "Contact Us" section of the site.


4. How can I find out the name of the song I just heard on CBC Radio?


This information can be found on the FAQs page.


5. Can I get transcripts and/or tapes of programs?


CBC Radio programs are available through Cision Canada or call (902) 422-9200. You will have to provide Cision with the program name, the time the interview ran (accurate to the hour) and the date. Note: there is a charge.


CBC Nova Scotia does not provide video copies of our local news items broadcast on CBC News: Nova Scotia at Six. There are media monitoring companies that provide this service for a fee. Cision Canada in Halifax is one example (902) 422-9200.


CBC Nova Scotia does not provide video copies of Land & Sea episodes. Most of these episodes can be purchased for educational purposes only from the Nova Scotia Department of Education (902) 424-2440.


CBC does not provide video copies of any programs featuring musical, comedy or artistic performances (ex: This Hour Has 22 Minutes, East Coast Music Awards, Songwriters' Circle, Halifax Comedy Fest). This is due to performance, and/or music rights.


CBC Network programs


For audio copies of all CBC Radio current affairs programs, please call Cision Canada in Toronto toll free 1-877-269-3367.


For video copies of selected CBC Television or CBC Newsworld programs, call Cision Canada in Toronto toll free 1-800-363-1281.


These services are available at a cost and only for programs within last 3 months. You must know the name of the program and date of broadcast.


These services are available at a cost and only for programs within last 3 months (some programs up to 12 months). You must know the name of the program and date of broadcast.


For other news and information programs, information can be found on the FAQs page.


(CBC does not endorse and is not responsible for the content of external sites. External links will open in a new window.)


6. Can I reuse any web content appearing on the web pages?


For inquiries regarding the reuse of any web content appearing on the web pages only, please visit our Permissions FAQ. Please note that this form is intended for web related content only, not for Radio and TV programming content.


7. How do I find out about jobs at the CBC?


Click on Jobs at the bottom of any page on the site.


8. How do I alert the CBC to reception difficulties?


If you are experiencing problems hearing CBC Radio One or Radio Two from your local CBC Radio transmitter, please help us fix the problem by providing us some information.


9. How do I contact someone at the CBC?


Check the "Contact" information on the right side of this page, or use the Contact Form.


10. Where do I find the free version of Windows Media Player or RealPlayer?


Go to the Audio/Video page and follow the links for downloads which are provided there.


11. What are your channels/frequencies?


These are listed on the Audio/Video page.


12. I have a CD that I would like you to play. Where do I send it?


This information can be found on the FAQs page.


13. How do I get a PSA aired on radio or a community event mentioned?


CBC Radio will accept requests for public service announcements for non-profit organizations. Please send announcements by emailing or by calling Information Morning's talkback line at (902) 420-4499 or toll free 1-800-582-5526.


You can also mail CBC Nova Scotia at 6940 Mumford Road, Suite 100, Halifax, N.S., B3L 0B7.


14. How do I contact the CBC about something I saw on


Use the Contact Form.


15. How can my school/community group take a tour of the CBC?


Tours of CBC Halifax are offered to students with courses in media arts, journalism or broadcasting, and to community groups with a particular interest in public broadcasting. Please call (902) 420-4152 for more information and to request a tour.

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CBC News Posted: Nov 12, 2014 4:26 PM ET Last Updated: Oct 03, 2016 1:06 PM ET

CBC Nova Scotia Newsroom

Tel: (902) 420-4100
Contact CBC News: Nova Scotia



Information Morning - Halifax


Information Morning - Sydney


Mainstreet - Halifax‚Äč


Mainstreet - Sydney


Maritime Noon and Maritime Connection

1-800-565-1940 (Phone-In)

Atlantic Voice


Weekend Mornings





Senior Managing Director - Atlantic Canada

Denise Wilson

Regional Manager, Communications, Marketing & Brand

Nadine Antle 
(902) 420-4223

Executive Producer News - Nova Scotia

Ken MacIntosh

Senior Communications Officer

Chantal Bernard
(902) 420-4376

Senior Communications Officer

Greg Guy
(902) 420-4302

Communications Officer

Kelley Edwards
(902) 420-4306

Transmitter Problems

To report a transmission problem with CBC Radio or CBC Television, please call CBC Audience Services toll free at 1-866-306-4636.

Public Service Announcements

Please call in your notices about community events directly to our programs as follows:

Information Morning - for Mainland Nova Scotia

Please call our Talkback line:
1-800-582-5526 or (902) 420-4499.


Information Morning - Cape Breton

Please call our AnswerBack line: 1-800-309-5556.


Mainstreet - Halifax

Please call us on our Talkback line: 1-888-686-6246.


Mainstreet - Cape Breton

Please call us on our Talkback line: 1-800-309-5556.


Weekend Mornings

Heard throughout the Maritimes Saturday and Sunday
Please call our Talkback line: 1-888-737-0338 or e-mail Weekend Mornings: Nova Scotia

Audience Services

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CBC Revenue Group


Broadcast Sales

John Channing
Tel: (902) 420-4312

Digital Sales

Thibault Davet
Tel: 1-855-320-4368
Tel: 514-597-4390


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