Information Morning - NSFive thousand teeny paintings for Halifax's new central libraryOct 16, 2014 | 6:27Artist Cliff Eyland grew up in Dartmouth, and went to NSCAD University. He now lives in Winnipeg, but he's in Halifax this week to oversee the installation of his paintings in the new library. Information Morning's Phlis McGregor spoke with Cliff.
Information Morning - NSConcussions and young football players in Nova ScotiaOct 16, 2014 | 9:24Junior football organizers here have new standards before players can come back and play after suffering a head trauma. Jason Warren is the technical director of Football Nova Scotia. Tina Atkinson is a sports medicine doctor in Motion. Information Mor
Information Morning - NSVital Signs: Putting a face on statisticsOct 15, 2014 | 7:21Hannah Graham will be part of the panel discussion. Max Gordon helped edit the foundation's recent report on Nova Scotia youth.
Information Morning - NSThe cost of treating a cancer at home.Oct 13, 2014 | 8:10We speak with Sydney resident Gordon Doughart. He's fighting metastatic melanoma and has to pay for his own cancer drugs.
Information Morning - NSPolice tasered a Halifax man in his home... and he's stuck with a 65k legal billOct 13, 2014 | 8:55The CBC's Go Public Unit tells us about how Halifax police entered Tyson Bishop's darkened home in the middle of the night and tasered him. The family stuck with $65,000 in legal bills, which the city refuses to cover.
Information Morning - NSWhat a "death midwife" brings to the end of life.Oct 13, 2014 | 8:33Cassandra Yonder of north River in Cape Breton is a "death midwife". Just as traditional midwives help people through the process of a birth - Yonder counsels people on what to expect when someone dies. the CBC's Wendy Martin met with Yonder recently.
Information Morning - NSCreative funding for cancer patientsOct 10, 2014 | 7:38Information Morning speaks with Mary Lou Robertson. She is a Medication Resource Specialist with the Capital Health Cancer Care program in Halifax.