Information Morning - NSWhat it takes for a politician to admit a mistakeApr 21, 2015 | 9:17The McNeil Government is continuing to take heat for its proposed cut to the film tax credit. Political analyst and former NDP finance minister Graham Steele asks what it takes for politicans to admit they've made a mistake.
Island MorningLeaders Week - PC Party leader Rob LantzApr 21, 2015 | 13:37In 5 months Rob Lantz has gone from Charlottetown city council to leader of the PC Party of P.E.I. and straight into his first provincial election campaign. He sits down with Island Morning host Matt Rainnie.
Information Morning - NSSpecial CBC NS Investigation into campaign donations to Halifax councillors last municipal electionApr 21, 2015 | 10:05Halifax Council is considering new rules for spending and donations for future municipal elections. The CBC's Pam Berman took a hard look at the donations made to the Halifax winners of the last Municipal vote in 2012.
Information Morning - FrederictonEffects of Climate ChangeApr 21, 2015 | 11:58Terry Seguin talks to Prof. Paul Kovacs from Western University. He says people in the Maritimes should prepare for strange weather.
Information Morning - Saint JohnTake Liberty: Spotlight Jordan MusyscynApr 21, 2015 | 6:54This musician has a last name that says it all, and a sound that harkens back to the spaghetti western, according to Jeff Liberty.
Information Morning - NSResearchers are trying to unlock the secrets of why we procrastinate.Apr 21, 2015 | 6:51Now, a conversation on a topic that might sound familiar to some of us -- procrastination. Fuschia Sirois is a Professor of Psychology at Bishop's University.... and a Canada Research Chair in Health and Well-being.
Information Morning - Saint JohnUrban Professionals Learn To Adjust to Rural CommunitiesApr 21, 2015 | 9:41The book, William Lowell Randall co-wrote "The Tales That Bind: A Narrative Model for Living and Helping in Rural Communities" talks about professionals learning to live and work in small towns.
Information Morning - MonctonMoncton City CouncilApr 21, 2015 | 9:55Moncton city councillors may have dropped the prayer traditionally used to open their meetings but they are still praying for provincial money to help build the proposed downtown centre. Marc Genuist reports from Monday's meeting.
Maritime NoonP.E.I. Voter's Protest, Seniors' Discounts, Flavoured Tobacco FeedbackApr 21, 2015 | 53:08A P.E.I. voter says he's willing to risk jail time and vote for a candidate outside his riding. On the phone-in: are seniors' discounts fair? Plus, your feedback on the N.S flavoured tobacco ban.
Information Morning - NSA glimpse at jailhouse confusionApr 20, 2015 | 4:32The CBC's Catharine Tunney has obtained transcripts of interviews with correctional officers at the Burnside Jail about a mistake release late last year.
Information Morning - NSWon't be easy to fix waste water from Northern Pulp, says former employeeApr 20, 2015 | 6:20The waste water treatment plant for the mill in Pictou County must be closed by the year 2020. Jack Kyte worked for 25 years at the mill and is now with the local Chamber of Commerce. Information Morning hears from the CBC's Jennifer Henderson.