Island MorningSmiles for Chalyce - Darin and Kathleen MeekApr 24, 2014 | 13:09There is help out there for teens going through depression and other mental illnesses. Darin and Kathleen Meek, Parents of Chalyce Meek who took her life a few years ago, are now raising money and awareness for the Kids Help Phone.
Island MorningFrom Shakespeare to SondheimApr 24, 2014 | 6:17The Holland College School of Performing Arts is showcasing a variety show of talents this weekend, featuring the first-ever graduating class of the two-year Dance and Theatre Performance programs.
Island MorningCancer Distress ProjectApr 24, 2014 | 6:31A cancer diagnosis comes with a lot of psychological and emotional distress. PEI Cancer Care wants to find ways to alleviate that stress which is why it's taking part in a new study.
Maritime NoonSnowed-in Dog Charges, Tax Debate, Record High GasApr 24, 2014 | 52:45Charges have been laid in the case of a New Brunswick woman who took a tethered dog snowed-into its dog house. On the phone in, we ask "are taxes good for us?" And record high gas prices hit New Brunswick.
Information Morning - Saint JohnThe Gas Guru Predicts: Up 2 CentsApr 23, 2014 | 4:17CBC Reporter Bob Jones figures that gas will go up by 2 cents tonight and diesel and heating oil will also go up by 3 cents.
Information Morning - Cape BretonFilming Book Of NegroesApr 23, 2014 | 9:24Reporter Wendy Martin takes us to the set of "The Book of Negroes" filming at the Fortress of Louisbourg. Hear from the book's author Lawrence Hill, his daughter who's an extra, and the producer. (runs 9:24 April 23, 2014)
Information Morning - FrederictonTo Molly with LoveApr 23, 2014 | 8:27Terry Seguin talks to Anny Scoones, the daughter of Molly Lamb Bobak as she prepares to celebrate her mother's life with a big party.
Information Morning - Saint JohnOur Health Columnist On Organ DonationApr 23, 2014 | 7:29New Brunswickers haven't embraced the idea like people in other provinces. But Dr. Mike Simon urges people to consider how organ donations can save lives.
Information Morning - Cape BretonJim St. Clair - Shallop and MarmaudsApr 23, 2014 | 6:14On "Then and Now", we're all In the same boat. Community historian Jim St. Clair examines the history of a small, in-shore fishing vessel that was a common sight in Cape Breton called a "Shallop". (runs 6:14 April 23, 2014)
Information Morning - FrederictonMove Your FeetApr 23, 2014 | 8:24Terry Seguin talks to Dr. Cristin Muecke about a new fitness challenge. Doctors are moving into elementary classrooms to fight obesity.
Information Morning - Saint JohnWe Don't Pay The Highest Taxes, CouncillorApr 23, 2014 | 7:20The city uses a rate of $1.78 and-a-half cents per $100 of assessed value. Councillor David Merrithew says the people who complain about the tax rate are missing the real story one that outlines the city's tough financial position.