Maritime NoonBluenose Marathon Organizers Review SecurityApr 16, 2013 | 4:22Gerry Walsh - co-chair of the Bluenose Marathon - tells Maritime Noon that they'll be reviewing their safety plan with HRM and the Halifax Regional Police in light of the Boston bombings.
Maritime NoonAgent and Family Friend Remembers Rita MacNeilApr 17, 2013 | 6:54Brian Edwards - Rita MacNeil's agent - expresses his sadness and shares some memories of his many years working with Cape Breton's first lady of song.
Mainstreet NSWhy did 11-thousand Jedi disappear?May 9, 2013 | 6:09Mainstreet's Alex Mason asks Andrew Dorfman - one of the voices in the local podcast Geeks Versus Nerds - why Stats Canada recorded fewer Canadian Jedis in 2011.
Information Morning - NSA multi-million dollar donation will help the IWK build a new inpatient unit.Oct 1, 2012 | 5:35Dr. Ruth Carter is the Director of Mental Health and Addictions at the IWK Health Centre.
Information Morning - NSOn the front lines of bullying and sexual assaultApr 11, 2013 | 13:58Ron Nugent, is a junior high guidance counsellor. Jackie Stevens, works for the Avalon Centre for Sexual Assault. They are on the front lines in the battle against sexual violence and bullying.
Mainstreet NSDangers of cyber vigilantismApr 11, 2013 | 7:58A criminologist says members of Anonymous and other hacktivists could jeopardize the possibility charges will ever be laid in the Rehtaeh Parsons case.
Maritime NoonParallels Between Rehtaeh Parsons' Story and Case in CaliforniaApr 12, 2013 | 5:30The lawyer for the family of another teen who committed suicide after photos of an alleged rape were posted online speaks to Maritime Noon's Norma Lee MacLeod.
Mainstreet NSChanges in porn and its affect on teensApr 16, 2013 | 13:28Stephanie talks with community activist Ardath Whynacht and Sarah Blackstock from the Toronto YWCA about what pornography does to teens' expectations of themselves and others.
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
Mainstreet NSThe future of space explorationMay 13, 2013 | 19:12If watching Chris Hadfield has you hankering to follow him into space, Kevin Shortt says there will be an increasing number of opportunities to go. He's with the Canadian Space Society.
Information Morning - NSMi'kmaq Chiefs Frustrated with DFOJun 11, 2012 | 7:45Chief Terry Paul explains why they are upset that the salmon angling season has gone ahead before they've nailed down their food fishery needs.