Information Morning - NSAdventure Guys explore mountain bikingJul 2, 2015 | 8:57Our A for Adventure Guys say it is time for a bike ride and a campfire. Information Morning speaks with Chris Surette and Jan Sebastian La Pierre.
Information Morning - NSYarmouth OBGYN says obstetrics fighting an uphill battleJul 2, 2015 | 9:31Another senior obstetrician in the province is speaking out, concerned about workload and the lack of young doctors ready to replace retiring specialists. Information Morning speaks with Dr. Leslie Houck, head of obstetrics and gynecology at the regional
Information Morning - NSAdvice for Dal on how to move forwardJul 2, 2015 | 9:14This week's report into the misogyny and sexism at the Dal dental school calls for big changes, starting with acknowledgement that there's a problem. The university says it will work on adopting the 39 recommendations over the next two years. Information
Information Morning - NSBarrington Well Water DisputeJun 30, 2015 | 4:32The dispute between the municipality and a developer could lead to the water being turned in a building with 28 apartment units and six businesses. We spoke with Verna Nickerson & Bonita Slevin.
Information Morning - NSColchester County is trying to create a Coastal Zone ActJun 30, 2015 | 9:55The CAO of the Town of Truro and the CAO of the Municipality of the County of Colchester are trying to talk to the Province to create a Coastal Zone Act.Information Morning spoke with Mike Dolter & Ramesh Ummat.
Information Morning - NSGraham Steele talking about Atlantic Premiers ConferenceJun 30, 2015 | 7:27Graham Steele tells us why he thinks the Atlantic Council of Premiers sounds good,but delivers so little.
Information Morning - NSCanadian Mother's plea to stop home grown terrorismJun 29, 2015 | 10:32Her Canadian son died fighting for ISIS. Now Christianne Boudreau is on a campaign to prevent home grown exterism.
Information Morning - NSFeral cats still a problem in HalifaxJun 29, 2015 | 8:02Still too many cats. Local cat activists say Halifax's feral cat crisis is alive and well, despite promices from council. Information Morning speaks with the CBC's Natasha MacDonald-Dupuis.
Information Morning - NSNew Digby ferry too short for trucking industryJun 29, 2015 | 9:20The new Digby to Saint John ferry isn't running yet, but commercial exporters already worry the vessel is too small. Transport Canada bought the 14 year old Greek vessel last fall. It is set to replace the 41 year old ferry this summer. Information Mor
Information Morning - NSWhat could be at stake as film tax credit changesJun 26, 2015 | 9:50One of the last feature films shot in Nova Scotia before the provinces film tax credit ends, is shooting in Lunenburg. Information Morning's Phlis McGregor went to Lunenburg to talk to the crew about the changes.
Information Morning - NSDeparting obstetrician says NS does not value women's healthJun 26, 2015 | 15:32The ongoing issue of a lack of obstetricians in the province is discussed on Information Morning. Departing Dr. Charles Hamm talks about why he is leaving Nova Scotia for Ontario. The show also speaks with deputy minister of health Dr. Peter Vaughn and
Information Morning - NSTop neuroscientist leaves the provinceJun 25, 2015 | 8:10After 15 years in Nova Scotia, a neuroscientist doing groundbreaking research on how spinal cords control movement is leaving for England. CBC reporter Jennifer Henderson speaks with Dr. Rob Brownstone.
Information Morning - NSEarly diagnoses key to dementia strategyJun 25, 2015 | 6:37More than 17 thousand people in Nova Scotia are living with dementia...and that number is expected to double as the population gets older. The department of health has unveiled it's first dementia strategy to help patients and caregivers. Information Mo
Information Morning - NSRed tape stalls Lunenburg home businessJun 23, 2015 | 9:20A business owner in Lunenburg is running into red tape over running a home business. Information Morning speaks with Anna Shoub. She makes homemade women's hats. And speaks with Rachel Bailey Mayor of Lunenburg.
Information Morning - NSPoliticians should tread lightly on toll roadsJun 23, 2015 | 6:37There could be as many as eight new sections of toll roads. Political Analyst and former NDP cabinet minister Graham Steele tells us more.