Information Morning - NSWhy Tatamagouche is boomingMay 20, 2015 | 8:34Towns amd villages throughout Nova Scotia have been shrinking in recent years. But Tatamagouche is bucking the trend Information Morning speaks with Jim Baird and Darren Schriver.
Information Morning - NSScientist says feds muzzling reachersMay 19, 2015 | 11:39CBC's Stephen Puddicombe tells Information Morning about Scientist Steve Campana. Campana tells him about the admosphere scientists are working under.
Information Morning - NSWhy the College of Physicians cancelled CAPPMay 15, 2015 | 8:46The College of Physicians and Surgeons cancelled the Clinician Assessment for Practice Program, or CAPP, as of April 1st. Information Morning's Margot Brunelle spoke with Dr. Gus Grant. He's the Registrar and CEO of the college.
Information Morning - NSProgram to bring foreign doctors to rural NS eliminatedMay 14, 2015 | 8:04As of April 1st, the College of Physicians and Surgeons has cancelled the Clinician Assessment for Practice Program or CAPP. Information Morning speaks with Dr. Abir Hussein. She is a family practitioner from Egypt who is now practicing in Yarmouth and
Information Morning - NSFire fears in JogginsMay 13, 2015 | 9:46Tonight, people will get together to discuss what they can do after several buildings in the community were destroyed by fire last week. Information Morning's Phlis McGregor paid a visit to the community.
Information Morning - NSSky high: the soaring number of veterans using pot to treat PTSDMay 12, 2015 | 8:49CBC News has obtained some surprising statistics about the number of veterans using medical marijuana in the Atlantic region and how much money the federal government is spending to buy it for them. CBC Investigative reporter Bob Murphy has been looking
Information Morning - NSBleak forecast for rural school enrolment - and possible solutionsMay 11, 2015 | 8:20Almost every area of the province is forecasting reductions in enrolment, with the sharpest declines projected for the Strait area and Southwest Nova. Information Morning speaks with Ralph Surette. He's a freelance journalist and a returnee to rural Nov
Information Morning - NSNS Supreme Court upholds a clean-up order in HarrietsfieldMay 8, 2015 | 8:12For years, residents have been fighting for clean drinking water. Kaitlyn Mitchell is a lawyer with Eco-Justice -- a national enviromental law charity in Toronto. She represented three people from Harrietsfield who intervened in the Ns Supreme Court case
Information Morning - NSDal legal worker says misleading the public over bus passesMay 7, 2015 | 10:21People who advocate for the poor say the community services department is cutting bus passes for people on income assistance. Information Morning speaks with Fiona Traynor. She is a community legal worker with Dalhousie Legal Aid.
Information Morning - NSOutdated rape kits add to sexual assault traumaMay 6, 2015 | 8:58Nova Scotia has promised more money for Sexual Assault Nurse Programs, but there are still concerns about the use of outdated rape kits. CBC reporter Angela MacIvor tells us more.
Information Morning - NSRethinking the future of the RainmenMay 5, 2015 | 7:02Can the Rainmen continue. Information Morning speaks with Don Mills about the Rainmen's future. Mills is on the advisory board of the Rainmen.