Jennifer Ludlow

Associate producer

Jennifer Ludlow is an associate producer and technical director for Mainstreet Cape Breton and also works as a reporter. All tips are welcome. Contact her at jennifer.ludlow@cbc.ca

Latest from Jennifer Ludlow

Province eases rules on dart, pool leagues

The province is altering rules around dart and pool leagues days after establishments that host dart leagues were told all league play was suspended.

Dart and pool leagues across Nova Scotia suspended

Recreational dart players were surprised to learn this week that leagues have been suspended across Nova Scotia.

Parvovirus detected in at least 2 Cape Breton dogs

At least two dogs in Cape Breton have been recently diagnosed with parvovirus — a highly contagious illness that can be deadly if not caught early. Parvovirus typically affects puppies and young dogs by attacking their gastrointestinal system. 

2020 Celtic Colours International Festival will be live streamed only

Plans for a traditional Celtic Colours festival had been in place, but COVID-19 sent organizers looking for an alternative.

'It's going to hurt': CBU's move to virtual learning fuels concerns for local economy

As Cape Breton University moves to online-only classes this fall because of COVID-19, the university isn't expected to see its usual influx of international students, which is sparking concerns about what this will mean for the local economy.

Some CBU students concerned over decision to move to online-only learning

Some Cape Breton University students are questioning the effectiveness of online learning and whether they will be charged fees for services they can't use now that classes will only be offered virtually this fall.

Cape Breton University moving to online-only classes this fall

Cape Breton University will be offering all of its classes online this fall, making it the first Nova Scotia university to announce a full move to virtual learning amid COVID-19.

Addiction recovery centre in Cape Breton damaged by fire

Sections of Hope House, a women's addiction recovery centre in Point Edward, Cape Breton are heavily damaged after a fire on Friday.

Teenage hockey player says opposing team, spectators hurled slurs at him

Sixteen-year-old Logan Prosper, of Whycocomagh, N.S., is considering quitting hockey after he says an opposing team made racist comments toward him during a recent game.

New treatment equipment coming to the Cape Breton Cancer Centre

Community donations are covering the cost of the $300,000 stereotactic body radiation therapy machine. Currently, patients who require the specialized treatment must travel to Halifax.

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