Maritime NoonThe Latest on the Moncton ShootingJun 5, 2015 | 52:58We touch-base with the community after a suspected shooter kills three police officers and injures two in Moncton. The suspect is still at large. We hear from a number of witnesses, the RCMP, the mayor and a couple of crime experts.
Information Morning - NSNailing down a brighter futureAug 29, 2014 | 7:22The Carpenter's Assistant Training program will be back up and running in Halifax after a hiatus. The Parker Street Food Bank runs the program. The CBC's Zak Markan went to the site where much of the training will happen.
Information Morning - NSThe struggle to change campus cultureAug 29, 2014 | 9:51Saint Mary's University this week unveiled its plan to change the culture on campus after a rape chant was used during Frosh Week last year. But some people take issue with that plan. Mark Mercer is a philosophy prof at SMU. Lewis Rendell is the former
Information Morning - NSNova Scotia not yet ready for fracking, says final reportAug 29, 2014 | 10:29David Wheeler, Chair of the Nova Scotia Expert Panel on Hydraulic Fracturing, has filed his final report with the Province. He speaks with Information Morning about why now is not the time to pursue fracking here.
Information Morning - NSHalifax Kennel Club opens its doors to mixed breedsAug 29, 2014 | 5:36For 70 years, mixed breed dogs have been shut out of competition at the Halifax Kennel Club's annual dog show. That will change tomorrow. Brenda Juskow is President of the halifax kennel Club, and Nikki is her two year old Shetland Sheepdog.
Information Morning - MonctonAiding the stutterersAug 29, 2014 | 8:52Bob Kroll, Executive Director of The Speech and Stuttering Institute, talks about what every parent needs to know about the affliction.
Information Morning - MonctonNS urged against frackingAug 29, 2014 | 8:39The final report from Nova Scotia's panel on fracking is out. The panel's chairperson explains why it's recommending against it for now.
Information Morning - Saint JohnHow Does Your Apartment Garden Grow?Aug 29, 2014 | 6:51Sara Stashick is sustainable development consultant in Saint John. She is experimenting with a garden in her apartment to see if it's cost effective and sustainable for lower-income people.
Information Morning - FrederictonElection Essay ResponseAug 29, 2014 | 8:15Terry Seguin talks to Dr. Lynn Hansen. They discuss the response from the Medical Society to our series of interviews and essays on health care this week.
Information Morning - Saint JohnSaint Johner, Patron Of Arts, Receives Order Of CanadaAug 29, 2014 | 10:36Faun Wilson White grew up in Saint John and is now is the international chairman of the Friends of the Certosa di Capri, in Italy.
Information Morning - Saint JohnMaking Connections With New Brunswick's Military History: The Canadian StoryAug 29, 2014 | 8:58Marc Milner's book Stopping the Panzers, argues that Canadian soldiers were placed exactly where allied planners expected the German counterattack. However the book almost didn't get published in the United States.