Information Morning - NSHalifax protest in solidarity with Ferguson, MissouriAug 20, 2014 | 11:48Hundreds marched in downtown Halifax yesterday, demonstrating against the shooting of an unarmed black teen by a white police officer in Ferguson, Missouri. We hear from El Jones, Halifax's poet laureate, and Information Morning speaks with Reverend Rhon
Information Morning - NSMaking beds while the sun shinesAug 19, 2014 | 7:41Information Morning speaks with two tourism operators in the province about how their summer season has gone so far. Dave D'eon runs Seawind Landing Country Inn, south of Guysborough. Esther Dares runs Harbour's Edge Bed and Breakfast in Yarmouth.
Information Morning - NSWill the new registry of medical mistakes mean fewer errors in the future?Aug 18, 2014 | 9:19In theory, Nova Scotia's new online registry of medical errors - posted for the first time last week - should make people feel empowered. But health consultant Mary jane Hampton is skeptical. Information Morning speaks with Mary Jane Hampton.
Information Morning - NSThe rewards - and risks - of tweeting during trialsAug 15, 2014 | 8:00Earlier this summer, students at St. FX released research into the pros and cons of tweeting during court trials. But many in the legal community are still skeptical about the practice. Information Morning talks to Donald Murray. He's a criminal lawyer
Information Morning - NSGauging the need for a rural treatment centre for at-risk teensAug 14, 2014 | 9:54Information Morning speaks with psychiatrist Michael Ungar about Atlantic Youth's proposed private facility to help youth with mental health and addictions issues.
Information Morning - NSCreating a rural treatment centre for at-risk teensAug 13, 2014 | 8:31Information Morning talks to Andrew Middleton who is with Atlantic Youth, a group of child and youth care workers who offer social development programs for kds and adults. The group wants to build a rural treatment centre with individualized care and lot
Information Morning - NSNorthern Pulp and "Imminent Risk" to healthAug 12, 2014 | 13:13Yesterday, Information Morning heard from another physician concerned about the mill's impact on people's health in Pictou. We ask Health Minister Leo Glavine, again, why he thinks Northern Pulp does NOT pose an imminent risk.
Information Morning - NSA Fall River man updates us on the situation in Kurdistan and IraqAug 11, 2014 | 7:36Information Morning talks to Chris Balcom. He lives in Erbil, in the Kurdish section of Iraq, a few dozen miles from where the U.S. has been bombing ISIS militants.
Information Morning - NSThe link between child soldiers and gang recruitment in CanadaAug 7, 2014 | 6:45Info AM looks at the Dallaire Child Soldier Initiative that is working to target gangs that recruit children.
Mainstreet NSNorthern Pulp says precipitator will definitely solve particulate problemAug 6, 2014 | 19:52Stephanie talks with Dave Kerr, vice president of operations for Paper Excellence Canada, the parent company of Northern Pulp. Then she reads some of your letters about the situation in Pictou County.
Information Morning - NSNS Premier discusses plans for some contentious political issuesAug 6, 2014 | 14:57Info AM speaks with Premier Stephen McNeil about Northern Pulp, and other political hot potatoes.