Tom Murphy

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Tom Murphy is co-host of CBC Nova Scotia's supper hour news program and correspondent for The National. He also hosts Land and Sea and is brother to Bob.

Latest from Tom Murphy

From trash to treasure: this Nova Scotia company wants the world to rethink garbage

A company in Chester, N.S., takes waste from a community landfill and turns it into biomass pellets and diesel fuel.

Complexity of N.S. shooting investigation 'without precedent' in Canada, expert says

Experts say one of the deadliest mass killings in modern Canadian history may become one of the most complex police investigations the country has ever seen.

Survivors recount how SS Athenia steamed into disaster on first night of WW II

Survivors of the sinking of SS Athenia by a German U-boat gather to mark their role in a major turning point in world history on its 80th anniversary.
Reporter's Notebook

'Scared all the time': D-Day vet shares the terror of Juno Beach

The terror of D-Day really strikes home when you have the chance to speak to someone who was there. Tom Murphy recounts his train ride with veteran Havelyn Chiasson.

Amid uncertain NAFTA future, lobster industry looks to other markets

As the U.S. threatens to withdraw from the trade deal, other agreements have meant lower tariffs for Canadian exporters.

Indigenous fishermen hope to be arrested, trigger court case as Nova Scotia lobster season kicks off

As one of the most lucrative fisheries in Canada kicks off, some Mi'kmaq in Nova Scotia are trying to trigger a court battle over Indigenous fishing that they hope will see them win a greater share of the thriving lobster business.

Feed Nova Scotia tries to use food wasted at grocery stores

The executive director of Feed Nova Scotia says food banks need to strategically go after wasted groceries and make it easy for stores to donate.
REPORTER'S NOTEBOOK

Covering the drought in southwestern Nova Scotia

CBC News anchor Tom Murphy describes how in a few minutes, the water levels at a southwestern Nova Scotia river went from being remarkably low to being deep enough to almost carry away the crew's equipment.

Syrian chocolatier opens factory in Antigonish

Assam Hadhad was once a successful chocolate maker in Damascus, Syria but he lost it all to war. Now he's picking up where he left off.

U.S.-Canada bald eagle program hailed a success as population thrives

Any Americans tempted by the website Cape Breton if Donald Trump Wins will be heartened to learn the Nova Scotia island has a long history of restoring symbols of American pride.

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