Mainstreet NSDavid Myles unveils "In The Nighttime"May 8, 2013 | 27:45David Myles dropped in on Stephanie with his new album "In The Nighttime" a few hours before he recorded an acoustic version of Inner Ninja with Classified upstairs in CBC Studio H.
Mainstreet NSPublic sector versus private sector payMay 2, 2013 | 17:22Stephanie talks to representatives from the Fraser Institute, and the Canadian Union of Public Employees (CUPE) which have both studied the difference between public and private sector pay.
Information Morning - NSCooke Aquaculture pleads guilty to illegal pesticide useApr 29, 2013 | 7:05The Cooke Aquaculture subsidiary Kelly Cove Salmon was ordered to pay a half-million dollars on Friday, after the company pleaded guilty to illegally using the pesticide cypermethrin in its New Brunswick operations. Nell Halse speaks for Cooke Aquaculture
Maritime NoonJustice Minister Announces Cyber Safety ActApr 25, 2013 | 4:45The Nova Scotia government has introduced legislation to create Canada's first cyber-bullying investigative unit. Norma Lee MacLeod speaks to Justice Minister Ross Landry.
Mainstreet NSNS to create Canada's first cyberbullying investigative unitApr 25, 2013 | 15:19Stephanie talks to Marilyn More, Minister reponsible for the Status Of Women, about the Cyber-Safety Act. Then we hear reaction from two teens, and their principal.
Mainstreet NSA growing backlog of aspiring citizensApr 23, 2013 | 10:34An immigrant from Pakistan says he would have moved to another country instead of Canada if he'd know how much time the new Residence Questionnaire would add to becoming a citizen.
Mainstreet NSLawyer calls for public inquiry into Fenwick MacIntosh caseApr 23, 2013 | 10:32Stephanie talks to Jonathan Rosenthal, a criminal lawyer in Toronto, national legal spokesperson for Beyond Borders, and an adjunct professor in the Osgoode Hall Law School.