Information Morning - NSScholarships to entice longterm care staffNov 24, 2014 | 7:15Information Morning speaks with Beth Hakkert. She is the nursing director at Grand View Mannor, a longterm care facility in Berwick.
Information Morning - NSVeterans welcome new funding for mental healthNov 24, 2014 | 7:50Information Morning hears from Veteran Blair Davis and his wife Kim. And speaks with Barry Yhard. He is executive director of Veterans Emergency Transition Services which helps homeless veterans.
Information Morning - Cape BretonMayor On Archibald's WharfNov 24, 2014 | 12:17We discuss the future of Archibald's Wharf in North Sydney with CBRM Mayor Cecil Clarke. We ask him how it is that Archibald's Wharf came to be considered for sale... and where things go from here. (runs 12:17 November 24, 2014)
Information Morning - Saint JohnNewfoundland Author Comes To TownNov 24, 2014 | 9:28Michael Crummey's last novel won him a Commonwealth Award. He tells us about his latest book about a small town in Newfoundland.
Information Morning - Cape BretonSocial Storm Hack-a-thon WinnersNov 24, 2014 | 7:46The Social Storm Global Hack-a-thon saw people locally and internationally tasked with using technology to find solutions to real world problems. We talk to Steven Rolls, Brian Best and Marshall Radziwilko. (runs 7:46 November 24, 2014)
Information Morning - Saint JohnThe 25th Anniversary Of The Capture Of Allan LegereNov 24, 2014 | 7:4125 years ago today Allan Legere was captured by police in Miramichi. Reporter Robert Jones tells us how those events changed a community.
Information Morning - MonctonPlayground palsNov 24, 2014 | 5:43Marc Genuist talks to some 10 and 11-year-old peace leaders and playground pals who were recent recipient of the Moncton YMCA peace medallions.
Maritime NoonLegere Capture, Automotive Qs, Curling MarathonNov 24, 2014 | 52:52Remembering the sense of relief 25 years ago, when escaped murderer Allan Legere was finally captured after 7 months on the lam. Automotive expert Doug Bethune answers your questions. Plus, why a New Brunswicker is planning to curl 100 games in 100 clubs