Mainstreet NSIncreasing evidence is clogging up the courtsMay 7, 2013 | 10:31Across Canada, people charged with crimes ranging from fraud to drunk driving to sexual assault have had their charges thrown out because their cases took too long to get through the courts.
Mainstreet NSHow to Save Three Billion DollarsMay 3, 2013 | 11:31HRM could save $3-billion, according to a report from Stantec, by encouraging significantly more growth in urban areas. Chartered accountant Andrew Murphy weighs in on the findings.
Mainstreet NSPublic sector versus private sector payMay 2, 2013 | 17:22Stephanie talks to representatives from the Fraser Institute, and the Canadian Union of Public Employees (CUPE) which have both studied the difference between public and private sector pay.
Mainstreet NSLaroche on MLA apartment allowanceMay 2, 2013 | 6:58CBC reporter Jean Laroche has the details on the apartment allowance available to MLAs who live more than 40 kilometers from Province House.
Mainstreet NSBuying SexMay 1, 2013 | 15:13Hear Stephanie's full interview with Teresa MacInnes and Kent Nason, the two Nova Scotia filmmakers behind "Buying Sex." They talk about their new documentary which premiered in front of a sold out audience at Hot Docs in Toronto.
Mainstreet NSThe meaning of the word "alleged"Apr 30, 2013 | 14:36Stephanie interviews National Post columnist Christie Blatchford about a column she published on the Rehtaeh Parsons case. Then she asks lawyer Dave Coles about the word "alleged" and why journalists use it.
Mainstreet NSComedian Mark Little chats with StephanieApr 26, 2013 | 11:38You may know him as a member of Picnicface, as Simon Hunt on the CBC television show "Mr. D", or maybe you simply know him as the funniest man in Halifax. Stephanie sits down for a chat with comedian Mark Little.
Mainstreet NSA rape victim breaks her silenceApr 26, 2013 | 11:48Doreen Coady speaks out about being raped as a teen, and why the Rehtaeh Parsons case' inspired her to share her story more than 20 years later.
Mainstreet NSNS to create Canada's first cyberbullying investigative unitApr 25, 2013 | 15:19Stephanie talks to Marilyn More, Minister reponsible for the Status Of Women, about the Cyber-Safety Act. Then we hear reaction from two teens, and their principal.