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Information Morning - NS - Campaign-funding reformAug 29, 2012 | 8:13Information Morning - NS Campaign-funding reform Audio
Information Morning - NS Campaign-funding reform Aug 29, 2012 | 8:13Jimmy MacAlpine is Deputy Warden for the Municipality of Digby, and the President of the Union of Nova Scotia Municipalities.
Mainstreet Cape Breton - Rankin MacSween - CBRM Mayoral CandidateAug 28, 2012 | 9:28Mainstreet Cape Breton Rankin MacSween - CBRM Mayoral Candidate Audio
Mainstreet Cape Breton Rankin MacSween - CBRM Mayoral Candidate Aug 28, 2012 | 9:28One of the key figures at the head of social economy development in Cape Breton has put his hat in the ring to become the Mayor of CBRM. He been involved with the New Dawn organization for many years, but Rankin MacSween was most recently in the public eye as one of the galvanizing figures in the campaign to dredge Sydney harbour. He has also been an outspoken advocate of community based development and a critic of government intervention. ............and now, he wants to be mayor
Mainstreet Cape Breton - Angie Smith - Where's the Red Shoe?Aug 29, 2012 | 4:20Mainstreet Cape Breton Angie Smith - Where's the Red Shoe? Audio
Mainstreet Cape Breton Angie Smith - Where's the Red Shoe? Aug 29, 2012 | 4:20We all know of course the Red Shoe Pub is in Mabou Cape Breton, and we noticed on our last trip, the very famous Red Shoe was nowhere to be found. To talk about why we reached the manager of the Red Shoe Pub, Angie Smith.
Information Morning - NS - A mother who spent years trying to bring her sons from a refugee camp hits another roadblock.Aug 30, 2012 | 7:40Information Morning - NS A mother who spent years trying to bring her sons from a refugee camp hits another roadblock. Audio
Information Morning - NS A mother who spent years trying to bring her sons from a refugee camp hits another roadblock. Aug 30, 2012 | 7:40To help Dianna Cooper in her search for work that can help bring her sons to Canada, contact us here at Information Morning at 420-4347.
Mainstreet Cape Breton - "The Right Thing To Do."Aug 30, 2012 | 6:19Mainstreet Cape Breton "The Right Thing To Do." Audio
Mainstreet Cape Breton "The Right Thing To Do." Aug 30, 2012 | 6:19It's a terrible tragedy for any family. But for a family in Sydney, their grief at the loss of their daughter has been assuaged to some degree by the knowledge that her death is helping others.
Information Morning - NS - Talbot House and Crosbie House choose another path to methadone treatmentAug 31, 2012 | 6:15Information Morning - NS Talbot House and Crosbie House choose another path to methadone treatment Audio
Information Morning - NS Talbot House and Crosbie House choose another path to methadone treatment Aug 31, 2012 | 6:15Doctor Genevieve Campbell is a family practitioner who works at Crosbie House, an addiction treatment facility in New Minas.
Information Morning - NS - The Panther Next DoorAug 31, 2012 | 7:48Information Morning - NS The Panther Next Door Audio
Information Morning - NS The Panther Next Door Aug 31, 2012 | 7:48Deanna Sparkes found out her neighbour in Lake Loon was a Black Panther, which is now the subject of a new film.
Information Morning - NS - Parks Canada's plan to privatize golf courseSep 4, 2012 | 7:04Information Morning - NS Parks Canada's plan to privatize golf course Audio
Information Morning - NS Parks Canada's plan to privatize golf course Sep 4, 2012 | 7:04Eddie Kennedy is the national executive Vice-President for the Union of National Employees, which represents Parks Canada workers at the Highlands Links Golf Course in Ingonish
Mainstreet Cape Breton - Crown Prosecutors, Steve Drake and Dan McRury - GuiltyAug 31, 2012 | 6:06Mainstreet Cape Breton Crown Prosecutors, Steve Drake and Dan McRury - Guilty Audio
Mainstreet Cape Breton Crown Prosecutors, Steve Drake and Dan McRury - Guilty Aug 31, 2012 | 6:06A murder trial wrapped up in Sydney Provincial court today with a guilt verdict . An 18 year old man was charged with second degree murder in the death of a Glace Bay girl two years ago . She was stabbed 104 times. CBC reporter George Mortimer along with a number of other reporters spoke with the crown prosecutors in the case about the verdict and where things go with sentencing.
Mainstreet Cape Breton - Susan Plath - Town House Funding Worries.Sep 4, 2012 | 5:22Mainstreet Cape Breton Susan Plath - Town House Funding Worries. Audio
Mainstreet Cape Breton Susan Plath - Town House Funding Worries. Sep 4, 2012 | 5:22A non profit organization in Glace Bay is trying to get it's funding restored for a job training program. The Town House Glace Bay Citizens Service League teaches carpentry skills to people who are unemployed and looking to get back into the work place. The funding was once provided by the Federal Government . It's now a provincial responsibility. CBC reporter George Mortimer went to Glace Bay to speak with Executive Director, Susan Plath about what it is and how they hope to get the funding restored .
Information Morning - NS - Striking workersSep 5, 2012 | 6:57Information Morning - NS Striking workers Audio
Information Morning - NS Striking workers Sep 5, 2012 | 6:57A small group of unionized workers at Cole Harbour Place have been on the picket line for 118 days.
Information Morning - NS - Striking workers at Cole Harbour PlaceSep 5, 2012 | 6:57Information Morning - NS Striking workers at Cole Harbour Place Audio
Information Morning - NS Striking workers at Cole Harbour Place Sep 5, 2012 | 6:57A small group of unionized workers have been on the picket line for 118 days.
Mainstreet Cape Breton - Jack Yazer - Youth Speak UpSep 5, 2012 | 12:37Mainstreet Cape Breton Jack Yazer - Youth Speak Up Audio
Mainstreet Cape Breton Jack Yazer - Youth Speak Up Sep 5, 2012 | 12:37The Youth Speaks Program was created here in Cape Breton, it's the brainchild of Cape Breton businessman Jack yazer. In the years that it ran, it was the most successful in Canada having an extraordinary track record. however in 2006 we said goodbye to the program but now some folks are hoping that it can be reinvigorated under new leadership.
Mainstreet Cape Breton - Cecil Clarke - CBRM Mayoral CandidateSep 6, 2012 | 11:01Mainstreet Cape Breton Cecil Clarke - CBRM Mayoral Candidate Audio
Mainstreet Cape Breton Cecil Clarke - CBRM Mayoral Candidate Sep 6, 2012 | 11:01Earlier today former Provincial Cabinet Minister and Federal Candidate Cecil Clarke entered the race for mayor. He joins local economic development professional Owen Fitzgerald, and community development leader Rankin MacSween. After Mr. Clark made the announcement at Centre 200 he joined us at our CBC studio on George Street to tell us why he made the decision.
Information Morning - NS - Gas coop - a proposal to get gas to more homes in the provinceSep 10, 2012 | 6:51Information Morning - NS Gas coop - a proposal to get gas to more homes in the province Audio
Information Morning - NS Gas coop - a proposal to get gas to more homes in the province Sep 10, 2012 | 6:51Tom Webb taught at Saint Mary's University and before that at St F-X. His career has focused on coop and credit union management.

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