Atlantic VoiceOn the Move - How and Why do We Move Around For Work?Feb 1, 2016 | 27:10A massive, seven year, multi-province study aims to answer some important questions about how and why Canadians move for work.
Maritime ConnectionSHOULD SNOW DAYS BE MADE UP ON SATURDAYS?Mar 1, 2015 | 54:00GUESTS: TEACHER GRANT FROST
and KEN 'BUCKET' DAVIS, EAST MACHIAS, MAINE
also heard tape from Karen Casey Nova Scotia's education minister.
Information Morning - NSSea Levels in Halifax spiked by 11cm in two yearsFeb 27, 2015 | 7:21Information Morning speaks with Paul Goddard. He is the lead author of the study and a PhD student at the University of Arizona.
Information Morning - Saint JohnHeating Oil And Diesel Price Change Confound Retailers And Gas GuruFeb 27, 2015 | 4:38Our Gas Guru predicted heating oil and diesel would go up by five to six cents a litre at midnight on Wednesday. Diesel did, but heating oil went down seven cents. Robert Jones knows why.
Information Morning - Saint JohnMarch Break Means Less Food Security For Some StudentsFeb 27, 2015 | 8:11Some students in priority neighbourhood schools rely on breakfast and lunch programs to eat, and sometimes help feed their siblings. A week of no school can leave kids hungry. Tina Eastbrooks is the principal of Centennial Elementary School.
Information Morning - Cape BretonHealth Care Unions - Prof. Larry HaivenFeb 27, 2015 | 11:59People continue to scratch their heads over events regarding arbitrator James Dorsey and comments by Health Minister Leo Glavine. Prof. Larry Haiven has one take on how the Liberals are handling the union amalgamation. (runs 11:59 Feb. 27, 2015)
Information Morning - Cape BretonCanvas Conversations AuctionFeb 27, 2015 | 10:11Reporter Wendy Martin attended the Head-to-Head Painting and Art Auction fundraiser called "Canvas Conversations". Several Cape Breton personalities created an original painting to be auctioned off as a fundraiser. (runs 10:11 February 27, 2015)
Information Morning - FrederictonRound Table on Missing and Murdered Indigenous WomenFeb 27, 2015 | 9:57The first national round table on missing and murdered indigenous women continues today in Ottawa. Terry Seguin spoke with Christa Big Canoe, a legal expert who's been working with some of the families directly affected by the crisis.