Information Morning - FrederictonBusing Controversy Goes to CourtApr 24, 2015 | 8:38New Brunswick's Education Minister has decided to ask the top court for clarity on the controversy over the dual English and French school bus systems in the province. Terry Seguin talks to Serge Rouselle.
Information Morning - Cape BretonAdventures of Flat NajimApr 24, 2015 | 8:43A family in Whycocomagh creates their own version of the children's story "Flat Stanley" to help their 7 year old son adjust to life in Cape Breton, the project enlists people to share in their adventure. (runs 8:43 April 24, 2015)
Island MorningIsland Morning Political Panel April 24, 15Apr 24, 2015 | 15:37Week three of the PEI election is coming to an end and Island Morning welcomed Paul MacNeill, Mary Lynn Kane and Margaret Anne Walsh to talk about the week.
Information Morning - Cape BretonCaperCon 2015 - PreviewApr 24, 2015 | 11:08San Diego has the best known one. And such conventions are held in Montreal, Toronto, and even Halifax. So why not here? "CaperCon 2015" is a convention for comic book connosieurs, science fiction and gamer fans. (runs 11:08 April 24, 2015)
Information Morning - Cape BretonThe Life and Legacy of Charlie DennisApr 24, 2015 | 7:35The Chief of Eskasoni First Nation, Leroy Denny, reflects on the passing of the community's influential leader, Charlie Joe Dennis. He died Thursday, April 23rd, in a Halifax hospital, he was 66. (runs 7:34 April 24, 2015)
Information Morning - MonctonMoncton is 125 years oldApr 24, 2015 | 13:34Heritage officer, James Upham, says Moncton is a city that lives it's rise again motto 'Resurgo' over and over in its 125 year history.
Information Morning - MonctonLobbying for a downtown centreApr 24, 2015 | 7:39Business leaders in Moncton join forces to secure funding from the provincial government for a proposed downtown centre. Marc Genuist reports on an emergency meeting that was held on Thursday.
Maritime NoonSurgeries Cancelled, Deer Deaths, Misuse of Language, Your ThoughtsApr 24, 2015 | 52:43A metallic black powder found on sterilized equipment at the Halifax Infirmary has led to hundreds of surgeries being cancelled this week. Starvation and collisions are taking a higher than usual toll on New Brunswick's deer population. Grammar pet peeves
Information Morning - NSToo sick to moveApr 23, 2015 | 9:16Intern Natasha MacDonald-Dupuis tells us about Wendy Kearly, a 63 year old womanin New Glasgow who has severe chemical sensitivities - and the local housing authority who wants to evict her.
Information Morning - NSGuilty pleas in the Loretta Saunders Case - and Delilah Saunders reflects on her sisterApr 23, 2015 | 13:31Delilah Saunders is the creator of Homicide Survivor, a site dedicated to helping other people cope with the loss of a loved one to homicide. And reporter Blair Rhodes shares details of the murder case, now that Blake Legette and Victoria Henneberry have
Island MorningLeaders Week - Liberal leader Wade MacLauchlanApr 23, 2015 | 14:24In December Wade MacLauchlan came forward as the sole candidate to seek the job of Liberal leader,and in late February, he did become P.E.I.'s 32nd Premier. Now he needs to convince Islanders to let him keep the job. He talked with Matt Rainnie.
Information Morning - NSThe life-long damage of bone spursApr 23, 2015 | 7:42Dr. Ivan Wong is an orthopedic surgeon and sports medicine specialist who came to Halifax to treat young athletes who suffer from bone spurs. He spoke with Information Morning's Margot Brunelle.
Information Morning - Saint JohnNew Direction To End Homelessness, Not Manage ItApr 23, 2015 | 7:39The annual report of homelessness in the city reveals a change is needed. Jenny O'Connell is the community development co-ordinator for the Saint John Human Development Council.