Information Morning - NSAn "encouraging" decision to drop criminal chargesMar 30, 2015 | 9:10Archie Kaiser has worked with Nichelle Benn and her family, trying to find a way outside the criminal justice system to deal with her behaviour.
Information Morning - NSA flimsy case - but not one to ignoreMar 30, 2015 | 7:34Forest industry analyst Kevin Mason says a trade investigation into Port Hawkesbury Paper in the U.S. could cause real problems, even though he thinks it's a flimsy case.
Atlantic VoiceComing out in Cape Breton...stories of transgender youth.Mar 29, 2015 | 27:10We hear two stories of young people living a different gender than the one they were born with. And why the leader of a support group says Cape Breton is galloping ahead on this issue.
Maritime ConnectionMarch 29th - The Crash of AC Fllight 624Mar 29, 2015 | 54:00Guests: Doug Tamlyn, passenger on AC 624, Jock Williams, pilot and former flight safety officer with Transport Canada, Peter Spurway, Halifax Stanfield Airport Authority and Anjuli Patil, CBC Reporter
Information Morning - NSTown of Windsor drops Kings TransitMar 27, 2015 | 12:12Windsor Council voted to dissolve its relationship with the transit service. Scott Geddes is a Town Councillor in Windsor and represents the Town on the Board of Kings Transit. Emma Van Rooyen is Chair of the Board for Kings Transit. She's also a Kings
Information Morning - NSFree legal advice for IWK patients and their familiesMar 27, 2015 | 9:08A three year pilot project to provide pro bono legal advice to families of ptients at the IWK Health Centre is set to launch next week. Heather de Berdt Romilly is Executive Director of the Legal Information Society of Nove Scotia. Nicholas Leblanc is a
Information Morning - NSNAFTA Tribunal got proposed Digby quarry case wrong, say law expertMar 27, 2015 | 7:49Last week, a NAFTA tribunal overruled an environmental assessment panel about a proposed quarry in Digby Neck. Meinhard Doelle teaches environmental law at Dalhousie University and has been examing the NAFTA ruling.
Information Morning - Saint JohnPromoting New Brunswick To People In The United KingdomMar 27, 2015 | 8:44The New Brunswick Tourism Department is hosting a contest just for people who live in the United Kingdom. Lisa Gagnon-Norris with New Brunswick's Department of Tourism, Heritage and Culture tells us all about the New Brunswick Recipe Challenge.
Information Morning - Saint JohnSinger/Songwriter Jeremy Fisher Is In Town This WeekendMar 27, 2015 | 9:36Juno-nominated singer/songwriter Jeremy Fisher is playing the Barrel's Head Gastropub in Rothesay on Sunday afternoon. We talked to him about his nominated record and his duet with Serena Ryder.
Information Morning - Saint JohnA Report Reveals Some Pretty Big Shortcomings In NB Power's Tree Trimming ProgramMar 27, 2015 | 7:31A report that was just released shows significant tree trimming shortcomings over several years along the province's major power transmission corridors. The CBC's Robert Jones has been looking into this story and has the details.