Mainstreet NSTeen drinking in grad seasonJun 21, 2013 | 9:25Four teens in the class of 2013 talk about the role alcohol will play for them this week, and what the adults in their lives are saying about it.
Mainstreet NSSexual assault attitudes surveyJul 9, 2013 | 9:18Mainstreet host Stephanie Domet asks people in Halifax a list of questions used in a national survey commissioned by the Canadian Women's Foundation.
Mainstreet NSRules for exotic snakes in Nova ScotiaAug 6, 2013 | 9:15We hear a bit from a local man who worked with the python believed to have killed children in Campbellton. Then Jackie Torrens talks to Nova Scotia's Director of Wildlife.
Mainstreet NSIs Halifax's future downtown, or around the suburban beltway?Aug 15, 2013 | 20:45Tim Olive, Sue Uteck, Brenden Sommerhalder, Sheila Fougere, Walter Regan, and Denise MacDonell talk about whether we should keep a tight focus on revitalizing downtown.
Mainstreet NSHow to make parents matter more than peers... part 2 of Gordon NeufeldNov 20, 2013 | 12:10Gordon Neufeld is a developmental and clinical psychologist. He co-wrote Hold On To Your Kids with Gabor Mate. He was in Halifax for a free public talk.
Mainstreet NSEfficiency in NSJan 23, 2014 | 13:06A couple points of view on whether there is a more efficient way to run and fund Efficiency Nova Scotia. Hear our interviews with Allan Crandlemire and Andrew Younger.
Mainstreet NSHunter slips and shoots himself near ShelburneFeb 13, 2014 | 7:05A Rockland resident barely came back alive from a recent hunting trip this winter. Phillip Williams shares his harrowing story.
Mainstreet NSScreentime rules at homeFeb 26, 2014 | 11:09Stephanie talks with a local mom about the rules she's had to make around screen time for her kids. We also hear from her two boys, ages seven and nine, about how they see those rules.
Mainstreet NSCampaign Council - October 1Oct 1, 2012 | 24:52We talk municipal politics with four of the new candidates for HRM council: Bruce Smith from District 12, Jerry Pye from District 6, Jim MacDonald from District 3, and Laurie Cook from District 2.