Information Morning - NSCabinet making, political styleJul 28, 2015 | 7:48Several key members of the McNeil government are busy learning the names of the people in their office this week, and settling into their new surroundings. Information Morning speaks with political analyst Graham Steele.
Information Morning - NSPhotographer captures women's natural beautyJul 28, 2015 | 7:32Some women wouldn't consider having their portrait taken without make-up or fancy lighting. Photographer Lyndsay Doyle decided she wanted to take black and white photograhs of women without their make-up. Louise Renault went to meet Lyndsay at her studi
Information Morning - Saint JohnTake Liberty: Spotlight Scott MackayJul 28, 2015 | 7:11This PEI-born musician, working in Alberta, has a new album called 'Twin' that Jeff Liberty thinks is worth a spin.
Information Morning - Saint JohnTransgender woman wants gender marker changed on driver's licenceJul 28, 2015 | 9:06Gloria Halvorsen is preparing to file a human rights complaint against the New Brunswick government because she is not able to change the gender mark Male to Female.
Information Morning - FrederictonLandlords Twitter CreepingJul 28, 2015 | 6:32Haley Mlotek, a Canadian writer living in New York, finds out that when it comes to the competitive search for an apartment, it could be your Twitter history that makes a difference.
Information Morning - NSWhat the big cabinet shuffle meansJul 27, 2015 | 8:46The provincial government shuffled it's cabinet last week. Here to discuss what it all means is political commentator Ralph Surette and reporter Brian Flinn.
Information Morning - NSHalifax Water defends security costsJul 27, 2015 | 6:23A freedom of information request reveals security costs for the recent Halifax Water labour dispute were no drop in the bucket. Information Morning speaks with Halifax Water spokesperson Jim Vibert.
Information Morning - NSUnderwater drones to track right whalesJul 27, 2015 | 10:06Right whales work in mysterious ways. Scientists often rely on brief sightings by whale-watching tours in the Bay of Fundy. But those sightings have been hard to predict. Now underwater drones are going to be used.
Information Morning - Saint JohnA council divided on city manager appointmentJul 27, 2015 | 11:54Council voted 6-4 to hire Jeff Trail, with six weeks vacation and two possible raises within the first eight months on the job. Geoff Martin, political science professor and former deputy mayor of Sackville, says many questions about the deal remain.
Information Morning - Saint JohnHow St. Andrews' population doubled in summer of 1916Jul 27, 2015 | 6:48John Cunningham writes about 'The Summer The Soldiers Came To Town' to train for service in First World War.
Information Morning - Cape BretonGeoff MacLellan - A Toll Bridge at Englishtown?Jul 27, 2015 | 4:34The Provincial Government is going to put out a request for proposals for a feasibility study on a possible toll bridge at Englishtown and Little Narrows. People now use a cable ferry to get across St Anne's Bay and St Patrick's Channel.
Information Morning - Cape BretonChristine Porter, "Ron, and Dr. Monika Dutt - Hep. C PanelJul 27, 2015 | 16:56Cape Breton has more than double the provincial rate of Hepatitis C according to 2013 statistics. Thirty per cent of those cases are among people younger than 25 with the highest rates of the disease in Cape Breton are among injection drug users.
Information Morning - FrederictonE-Waste PlanJul 27, 2015 | 13:23Memorial University Prof. Josh Lepawsky talks about the new rules coming for the disposal of electronic waste and protection of the environment.