Brush cutting ban affects jobs
|A contractor says a ban on brush cutting to protect birds nesting at this time of year is costing his company jobs. Anthony speaks with Terry Croucher, owner of Newfoundland Vegetation Control Limited about the effect of the ban on his employees.|
Rural internet woes
A slow, unreliable internet connection is forcing an online business owner to make a tough decision. Anthony speaks with Mary Moylan in St. Josephs about how spotty internet access has forced her to close shop.
NL seafood reality check
Come to Newfoundland for the seafood as there’s no shortage of it: Just don’t expect a large variety or even freshness. The Morning Show’s Adam Walsh has been looking into the disconnect between what we catch and what we eat.
Quidi Vidi condo opposition
Not in our front yard: A proposed condo overlooking Quidi Vidi Lake is going to spoil the area according to some residents of the area. Anthony speaks with one of those residents in advance of a public meeting the City of St. John’s is holding tonight, Thursday, May 17th. Judy Ryerson is with the Quidi Vidi Village Association.
Environment Canada’s senior climatologist Dave Phillips discusses the upcoming summer season with Anthony. He’s predicting above-average temperatures… and drier too!