Maritime ConnectionDecember 21, 2014 - What do you think Dalhousie University should do about the recent mysoginistic Facebook banter by dentistry students that was uncovered this week?Dec 21, 2014 | 54:00Guest: Jennifer Llewllyn, Law Professor at Dalhousie University and also with the NSRJ-CURA, NS Restorative Justice Community University Research Alliance.
Information Morning - Saint JohnELF's Are Helping Kids In Grade Two Read At Grade LevelDec 19, 2014 | 9:41The Elementary Literacy Friends program helps second graders brush up on their literacy skills. Here's some of the kids at Saint Rose Elementary School in the ELF program as well as volunteers Karen Gallant, Jean Murray and Kathy Lynn Dumouchel.
Information Morning - Cape BretonDNR and ClearcuttingDec 19, 2014 | 12:05Giving DNR a "F"...for Failure. The Dept. of Natural Resources approach to clearcutting has a lot of critics, including wildlife biologist Bob Bancroft. The Minister of Natural Resources Zach Churchill responds. (runs 12:05 December 19, 2014)
Information Morning - Cape BretonRoute 4 Property OwnershipDec 19, 2014 | 10:07We ask the province how is it possible that people living along Route 4 in Ben Eoin may not own the land they LIVE on. Stephen MacKenzie is the manager of acquisitions and disposal with the Department of Transportation. (runs 10:07 December 19, 2014)
Information Morning - Saint JohnSaint John Mayor Mel Norton Talks Tough To The City's Fire And Police UnionsDec 19, 2014 | 6:42If the 151 million dollar budget is passed it will mean reduced transit service, and wage caps. Last night, at council, Mayor Mel Norton had a stern warning for members of the fire fighters union.
Maritime NoonDalhousie Protest, Bologna Tips + MemoriesDec 19, 2014 | 52:50We hear from one of the protesters gathering outside the Dalhousie School of Dentistry. We also touch base with the author of a letter to the Dal President, that has gone viral on Facebook. Then tips from a bologna cookbook author, and some of your favour
Mainstreet Cape BretonCBRM Mayor Cecil Clarke - Archibald's WharfDec 19, 2014 | 3:44After hours of presentations and debate, CBRM voted in favour of amending a policy to allow the sale of Archibald's Wharf in North Sydney. There was much public opposition to the sale of the downtown green space but the promise of jobs tipped the scales.