Atlantic VoiceMore Scared of Autism than Diseases? Autistic People Speak Out.Apr 19, 2015 | 27:10The CBC's Melissa Mancini introduces us to two women who say the conversation surrounding vaccinations is offensive to people with autism.
Maritime ConnectionApril 19, 2015 - What role is there for prayer at municipal council meetings and other public bodies?Apr 19, 2015 | 54:00Kevin Kindred is a Halifax lawyer, activist and atheist.
Matt Whitman is a Halifax municipal councillor who has spoken out against the Supreme Court decision.
Christian Elia is executive director of the Catholic Civil Rights League.
Information Morning - NSAn old school approach to putting out tunes in HalifaxApr 17, 2015 | 6:10Vinyl records are in the midst of a comeback. Our King's College journalism intern Jake Tallon has the story.
Information Morning - NSProvince cuts key data websiteApr 17, 2015 | 7:40The government has cut funding to a website called "community counts". That means the elimination of three jobs, and will save about $125,000 a year. Jill Grant is a professor in the planning department at Dalhousie University.
Information Morning - NSDivides in Halifax's North End - and a new community-based radio stationApr 17, 2015 | 10:27We hear your feedback to our story about on-going systemic racism in Halifax...and we meet the people behind a Gottingen Street radio station.
Island MorningIsland Morning Political Panel April 17, 15Apr 17, 2015 | 18:38Paul MacNeill was joined by Liberal campaign spokesperson Mary Lynn Kane, Conservative party spokesperson Margaret Anne Walsh, and Green part supporter Roy Johnstone to review week 2 of the provincial election campaign.
Information Morning - Saint JohnNeedles Exchange Programs Numbers RisingApr 17, 2015 | 7:18The people who run the programs are not exactly sure why the numbers are going up so much. Diane McGovern is the Needle Exchange Program co-ordinator for AIDS Saint John.
Information Morning - Cape BretonWatch Your LanguageApr 17, 2015 | 13:00Students at the Whycocomagh Education Centre can now study Mi'kmaq and got to demonstrate what they've learned during a public speaking festival.
Information Morning - Cape BretonClayton Miller InvestigationApr 17, 2015 | 14:11Another examination, another disappointment for the Miller family of New Waterford. The province's medical examiner and the head of the Serious Incident Response Team discuss why there's no new evidence or conclusions regarding the death of Clayton Miller