Information Morning - NSAquaculture Review Issues Final ReportDec 17, 2014 | 7:16Yesterday, the committee looking into the future of aquaculture in the province filed its final report. William Lahey and Meinhard Doelle are the authors.
Information Morning - NSHow rural patients are faring with CEC'sDec 17, 2014 | 10:39Mary Jane Hampton's company, Stylus Consulting, has just completed a review of Collaborative Health Centres...and how they are providing more predictable services than rural hospital emergency departments.
Information Morning - NSDal Dental Instructor reacts to online rape commentsDec 17, 2014 | 8:03Dr. Stacie Saunders is an oral facial specialist. She's a Dal Dental graduate, and she currently teaches there part-time. Information Morning gets her perspective on a Facebook Group called "the Gentlemen's Club", where students posted jokes about using
Information Morning - NSTrillions of Little Plastic Pieces Are in Our Oceans: New StudyDec 17, 2014 | 9:53A new, comprehensive study is painting a troubling picture of how much plastic waste is in the world's oceans. Information Morning's science commentator, Bob Fournier, is here to tell us more.
Information Morning - NSSpanish Horse suffers disturbing deathDec 16, 2014 | 8:31We introduced you last year to the Nova Scotia company Dos Companeros Spanish Horses. The first foal bred by te company, named Steele, died Sunday while tryihg to get away from two huskies. Steele was just 4 years old. he lived with his owner Teresa Al
Information Morning - NSPicking apart Nova Scotia's financial situationDec 16, 2014 | 10:35Finance Minister Diana Whalen says she's not confident the good financial news will hlold until the fiscal update. Political Analyst and former NDP finance minister Graham Steele reflects.
Information Morning - NSDal Dentistry students under fire over online sexist commentsDec 16, 2014 | 3:43Dalhousie University is investigating allegations of inappropriate online comments from students in its school of dentistry. CBC reporter Blair Rhodes was part of the team covering this story and he tells Information Morning the latest.
Information Morning - NSNew pet laws in Nova ScotiaDec 16, 2014 | 7:27The government recently announced new animal welfare laws. Elizabeth Murphy is CEO of the Nova Scotia SPCA. David Ross is the SPCA's Chief Provincial Inspector.
Information Morning - NSNew concussion research out of DalDec 15, 2014 | 7:25Dr. Alon Friedman is a neuroscientist and a researcher at Dalhousie University. He's just published a paper on a way to detect the damage caused by consussions, and the link with developing disorders such as Alzheimer's.
Information Morning - NSThe growing problem of eating disordersDec 15, 2014 | 7:47As we heard recently, a new parliamentary report points to a 42% increase in hospitalizations for teenage girls with eating disorders. People who treat the problem are calling for a national eating disorder strategy. Doctor David Pilon is a Halifax psyc