Information Morning - Cape BretonNS Nurses Union on RatiosMar 13, 2014 | 6:48Continuing our discussion about mandated nurse-to-patient ratios in hospitals. Hear what the Nova Scotia Nurses Union thinks of the idea, Janet Hazelton is President of the union representing RNs in CB. (runs 6:48 March 13, 2014)
Island MorningIncreasing Organ TransplantsMar 13, 2014 | 4:55Anglea Chandler was an ICU nurse in Summerside when she helped with an organ transplant. The event changed her life and she now wants to increase the number of donors.
Maritime NoonGenetically Modified Salmon, Specializing Universities, and Boomerang KidsMar 13, 2014 | 52:50American company Aquabounty has applied to sell it's genetically modified salmon in Canada. The eggs would be grown in PEI-- something the Ecology Action Centre has gone to court over. On the phone-in, should universities be forced to specialize? Plus, yo
Information Morning - Saint JohnOur Health Columnist On Patient DischargeMar 12, 2014 | 8:32It's no secret our hospitals are under a lot of pressure to free up beds. Dr. Mike Simon talks about the pressures to keep patients moving out of hospital beds.
Information Morning - Saint JohnDentists Will Fight For FluorideMar 12, 2014 | 7:04Jeff Clark is president of the New Brunswick Dental Society. He was at Monday's council meeting to make the case for continuing to add fluoride to the water supply. Council voted not to.
Information Morning - Saint JohnOlympic Medallist Finds SponsorMar 12, 2014 | 6:10Anouk English posted a Kijiji ad offering her skates for sale to help her finance a comeback for the next Winter Olympics in South Korea. Turns out, she didn't have to sell them.
Information Morning - Saint JohnWaterfront Gets Design Boost This SummerMar 12, 2014 | 8:29There are many projects in the works for the waterfront, including new interpretive stations along Harbour Passage and refurbishment of key areas. Kent MacIntyre is the general manager of Saint John Waterfront Development.
Information Morning - FrederictonRebuilding HaitiMar 12, 2014 | 11:48A life's mission inspired by the death of one boy. Terry Seguin speaks to Eugene Lewis, a retired engineering professor from Fredericton about his dedication to rebuilding Haiti.
Information Morning - FrederictonPerth Andover Flood CompensationMar 12, 2014 | 9:23Questions about fairness and equality in handing out flood compensation in Perth-Andover. Terry Seguin talks to Leslie Smith.
Island MorningStephanie Doyle GradyMar 12, 2014 | 10:44Islander Stephanie Doyle Grady, talks about being diagnosed with an rare form cancer called nut midline carcinoma. She has been accepted to take part in clinical trials to treat the disease.