Information Morning - NSSchool board says no to Hub schoolsJun 11, 2015 | 7:48Last night the Chignecto-Central Regional School Board voted to close three schools. Schools in River John, Maitland and Wentworth have been facing school closures, but two years ago they were offered a faint hope by the province's "hub school model". In
Information Morning - NSThe province's role in home ownership for low-income earnersJun 10, 2015 | 7:28As housing prices soar in many parts of the province, the dream of home ownership is becoming increasingly out of reach for many Nova Scotians. Information Morning speaks with Dan Troke, the CEO of Housing Nova Scotia.
Information Morning - NSAffordable North End development falls throughJun 9, 2015 | 9:43Plans for a much touted low cost condo development in the North End of Halifax, have fallen through. Information Morning's Phlis McGregor tells us more.
Information Morning - NSShocking number of aboriginal children in careJun 8, 2015 | 12:08A shocking number of children continue to be taken from First Nations families to live in government-suprervised care. In fact the number of aboriginal kids now in care ... is actually greater than at the height of the residential school system. Informa
Information Morning - NSMinister defends social assistance changesJun 5, 2015 | 8:29Information Morning asks Community Services Minister Joanne Bernard why it might be harder to get income assistance today, than when she needed it as a single mother.
Information Morning - NSRCMP widow finds forgiveness and healingJun 4, 2015 | 13:31A widow of an RCMP officer murdered by Justin Bourque explains why she is able to forgive the man who took her husband's life. CBC reporter Stephen Puddicombe speaks with Angela Gevaudan.
Information Morning - NSSurvivor of residential school reflects on commission reportJun 3, 2015 | 7:13The Truth and Reconciliation Commission delievered its summary report yesterday, after seven years of gathering stories of abuse at residential schools. Lottie May Johnson was there. Information Morning speaks with her.
Information Morning - NSProvince should re-test child custody samples sent to Toronto lab, says lawyerJun 2, 2015 | 8:13A Nova Scotia lawyer says the Province should pay an independent lab to re-test hair samples used as evidence in child custody cases currently before the courts. CBC Investigative Reporter Bob Murphy has been looking into this story and speaks with Infor
Information Morning - NSExclusive details ahead of "Osmimum Tetroxide" trialJun 1, 2015 | 4:59The man who brought the term osmimum tetroxide into the Nova Scotia vocabulary goes on trial later today. CBC reporter Blair Rhodes has some exclusive details about the case.
Information Morning - NSRed tape holding up "ideal" immigrantMay 29, 2015 | 9:21To some people, the ideal immigrant is someone who would move to rural Nova Scotia, start a business there, and beef up our economy. Wolfgang Buchgeher fits that description, but the provincial immigration department doesn't want to let him in. Lee Cohe
Information Morning - NSShips start when? Soon ...May 28, 2015 | 5:47The Halifax shipyard is practicing with its first steel as it plans to begin the first arctic patrol vessel in September. CBC Reporter Jennifer Henderson speaks with some of the workers and an Irving rep.
Information Morning - NSNova Star President has high hopes for year twoMay 27, 2015 | 7:57Information Morning speaks with the president of Nova Star Ferry about what is ahead in their second year. Mark Amudsen is CEO of Nova Star Cruises.
Information Morning - NSFerry not a key issue in MaineMay 26, 2015 | 7:35Getting help from Maine to pay for the Nova Star Ferry not in the hands of the Governor of Maine. Information Morning speaks with Portland Press Herald reporter Tom Bell.
Information Morning - NSFighting for their freedomMay 25, 2015 | 4:51Three people with mental disabilities who do not want to be institutionalized will have their complaint heard by the province's human rights commission. Information Morning speaks with Marty Wexler. He chairs the provinces's Disability Rights Coalition.