Information Morning - NSFormer Dal president being paid after retirement NOT unique for Canadian Universities says National associationAug 10, 2015 | 12:33We've had strong reaction to the news that former Dal University President Tom Traves is being paid a full salary, even though he's retired. Robin Vose is President of the Canadian Association of University Teachers.
Information Morning - NSFormer Dal President still being paidAug 7, 2015 | 8:43Some people at Dalhousie University are talking about the biggest salary expenses on campus this year. The highest belongs to Tom Traves, who retired two years ago as president. Information Morning speaks with Len Diepeveen and jason Haslam, they are on
Information Morning - NSTransportation Minister wants answers about Yarmouth ferryAug 6, 2015 | 9:20What's next for the Yarmouth Ferry. Information Morning speaks with Geoff Maclellan, the Minister of Transportation.
Mainstreet NSHow much do leaders' debates matter?Aug 5, 2015 | 15:24Not everyone thinks a leaders' debate is the best basis on which to decide which party to vote for. Mainstreet host Stephanie Domet asks how much they matter.
Information Morning - NSPros and cons of solar power for homeownersAug 5, 2015 | 9:50As we try to decrease our dependence on fossil fuels, there is no doubt that solar power is part of our future. Information Morning's Jerry West has been looking into the current viability of solar electricity in Nova Scotia.
Information Morning - NSDealing with the divide in North End HalifaxAug 4, 2015 | 9:52Lindell Smith and Rodney Small are well known in a community within Halifax's North end that's sometimes called "The Box". Earlier this year they shared their thoughts in an item called "Halifax's two north ends".
Information Morning - NSMark Furey looks to solve internet serviceJul 29, 2015 | 8:31Looking for a solution. Information Morning speaks to the cabinet minister searching for better rural internet service, Mark Furey.
Information Morning - NSPhotographer captures women's natural beautyJul 28, 2015 | 7:32Some women wouldn't consider having their portrait taken without make-up or fancy lighting. Photographer Lyndsay Doyle decided she wanted to take black and white photograhs of women without their make-up. Louise Renault went to meet Lyndsay at her studi
Information Morning - NSHalifax Water defends security costsJul 27, 2015 | 6:23A freedom of information request reveals security costs for the recent Halifax Water labour dispute were no drop in the bucket. Information Morning speaks with Halifax Water spokesperson Jim Vibert.
Information Morning - NSNot giving up on hub schoolsJul 24, 2015 | 8:20Mid-summer report. We'll check in with a parent in Maitland, after people in River John renew their efforts to keep a hub school alive. Information Morning hears from the parents who met with the Premier and Education Minister. And speaks with Denise Mil
Information Morning - NSHome schooling or co-ops: Options for Hub school communitiesJul 23, 2015 | 7:30Opting out. Education consultant Paul Bennett says people in communities where hub schools have been rejected can alsways strike out on their own.
Information Morning - NSWhy specialists hires get delayedJul 22, 2015 | 10:29We have told you recently about delays in treatment for some people with blood diseases. Dr. Stephen Couban says there are some positions going unfilled, because of the rules around hiring. Information Morning speaks with David Gass about the process. H
Information Morning - NSProvince responds to Northern Pulp concernsJul 21, 2015 | 11:49The Environment Minister tells us why the government has softened some of lat year's tough stances with Northern Pulp. Information Morning hears from Matt Gunning. He is a member of the group Clean the Mill. And Environment Minister Randy Delory.
Information Morning - NSPeople in Pictou not convinced government is keeping Northern Pulp accountableJul 20, 2015 | 6:47The CBC's Angela MacIvor talks to people in Pictou about pollution from the mill.