Information Morning - Cape BretonAction Plan For EducationSep 3, 2015 | 11:11We speak with the Minister of Education, Karen Casey, on the first day of school about revamping Nova Scotia's school system and the new rules being implemented under the Action Plan for Education. (runs 11:11 September 03, 2015)
Information Morning - FrederictonSchool RulingSep 3, 2015 | 16:24The province is appealing the court ruling that seemed to re-open the door to so many classrooms that had been closed. Law professor Michel Doucet says he's not surprised.
Information Morning - NSAssis Toi - On the cutting edgeSep 3, 2015 | 7:01The knives in our kitchen are the first tools we go to when cooking. We use them everyday and then put them away. Food journalist Simon Thibault tells us more in this weeks segment of Assis Toi.
Information Morning - Saint JohnOur Movie Review: We Are Your FriendsSep 3, 2015 | 7:40Tara Thorne thinks Zac Efron makes a convincing DJ, and the theatres offer the perfect surround-sound experience for this movie.
Information Morning - Saint JohnExhibition Field House gets second windSep 3, 2015 | 8:48A new committee is now in the fundraising stage for the multi-purpose athletics fieldhouse, and has the city on board for the multi-million dollar project. Bill McMackin is head of the committee.
Information Morning - NSNew rules for votingSep 3, 2015 | 13:46Under Canada's new Fair Elections Act, the rules for voter identification have changed since the last election. Information Morning finds out more.
Maritime NoonFishing Accident, School Vaccinations, Llama on the LamSep 3, 2015 | 53:04A PEI fisherman is recovering in hospital after his hand was severed by a trap line. On the Phone-In, we debate whether schools should require proof of vaccination upon registration, or if vaccines should be mandatory. Plus, the story of a llama once lost
Information Morning - NSHalifax man in the midst of Ukraine violenceSep 2, 2015 | 6:02Dozens of people were injured and one National Guard soldier was killed in Kiev, Ukraine when demonstrations turned violent and someone threw a grenade. Don Bowser is a Halifax academic who is in Ukraine to help set up an anti-corruption bureau.