Maritime NoonRehtaeh Parsons' MotherApr 9, 2013 | 8:42Leah Parsons speaks to Maritime Noon's Norma Lee MacLeod about her daughter Rehtaeh's death on Sunday, about a year and a half after her mother says Rehtaeh was raped.
Information Morning - Cape BretonHemochromatosis - What Is It?May 13, 2013 | 9:38If you're of northern European descent, you are at higher risk for a genetic disorder called hemochromatosis. To find out what exactly that is, we've asked Bob Rogers, executive director of the Canadian Hemochromatosis Society, and Ivan Doncester, a CBRM
Information Morning - Saint JohnHelping Chris HadfieldMay 13, 2013 | 8:22Andrew Tidby worked in conjunction with Canadian Astronaut Chris Hadfield to make a music video of David Bowie's Space Oddity at the I.S.S.
Shift - NBKizzy-Vila's goat milk soaps!May 16, 2013 | 8:41Frank Vienneau makes soaps from the milk produced by his nubian goats on his farm in Belledune. The company is called Kizzy-Vila and he tells us all about his herd and his products!
Information Morning - Saint JohnMerle Haggard Super-Fan Gets Interview Of A LifetimeMay 10, 2013 | 8:02Alex Madsen, of The Divorcees, says he turned into a 12-year-old boy the moment his idol Merle Haggard came on the line. Merle Haggard is playing Harbour Station in Saint John next Saturday night, May 18th.
Information Morning - Cape BretonLobster Prices ProtestMay 14, 2013 | 13:58Lobster fishermen take their complaints to the NS Fisheries Minister while still fishing for a better price for their product. We speak with David Ferguson, a lobster fisherman from Port Morien, about the protest, then we contact buyer Stewart Lamont, the
Information Morning - NSThe social benefits of CEDIFsMay 13, 2013 | 9:01Nova Scotia's community investment program has been recognized by the World Economic Forum for its economic development potential anf the social good it creates. Find out why.
Maritime NoonBody Checking Ban, Keeping Score, University EducationMay 13, 2013 | 53:03Hockey Nova Scotia eliminates checking at the pee wee level. Your feedback on whether to keep score in kids' sports. Plus, your thoughts on whether too many kids are pushed to go to university.
Mainstreet PEIRichard Raiswell - PEI legislature Report CardMay 14, 2013 | 4:24The spring session of the PEI legislature wrapped up. The public's response to a government's performance usually comes election day. Our political columnist Richard Raiswell is also a professor and offers his own end of term report card.
Information Morning - Cape BretonJim St. Clair - Glencoe Mills RecipesMay 1, 2013 | 5:42On Then & Now, historian Jim St. Clair digests a new cookbook from Glencoe Mills that offers a unique history of food as enjoyed by Cape Bretoners for more than 100 years. (runs 5:42 May 01, 2013)
Information Morning - FrederictonUNB Varsity woman's hockeyMay 15, 2013 | 8:30Former members of UNB's women's varsity reds hockey team look forward to putting their complaint of sexual discrimination before Human Rights referees.