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All Hands on Tech, hosted by Aminah and Isaac, brings together Nova Scotia’s tech community to uncover the secrets of what makes our province the best place for collaboration, innovation, and growth. Each episode hear from local digital experts as we dive into all of the amazing things happening in Nova Scotia’s fastest-growing sector and learn why so many organizations and individuals are calling Canada’s Ocean Playground home. All Hands on Tech is proudly produced by Digital Nova Scotia (D ...
Canada’s worst shooting spree in modern history has left us with far more questions than answers. Journey inside every single hour of this tragedy as it happened with Global News Halifax reporter Sarah Ritchie. This 13-part true crime series will try to piece together exactly what happened and what could or should have been done to prevent it.
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In this week's health hack, our columnist Mary Jane Hampton is here to help keep you safe while doing DIY projects. She tells us which power tools are involved in the most injuries, and why you really need to be more careful on ladders.
Now that the Village of Baddeck is getting its financial house in order, it is looking for new office space. That's because Victoria County says it needs the space in its historic courthouse and wants the village to go elsewhere.
Finding the best channels to help amplify your message and story is critical content creation, which led many to the wonderous world of podcasting. In the past three years, the number of active podcasts has drastically increased but… are there now too many podcasts? Welcome to the first episode of All Hands on Tech! In this episode hosts Aminah and…
Welcome to Neighbourhood Conversations! TEAM Work Cooperative's Executive Director Marcus Jamieson, and Operations Manager Judy Turner introduce a new podcast presented by Nova Scotia Works, and TEAM Work Cooperative. For more episodes, as well as the video version of the podcast: https:/…
Halifax-based author and journalist Lezlie Lowe has an egg made of icing that's been in her family for more than a century. Hear the story behind this odd inheritance, and why it's been saved for so many years.
Last year, a little more than 100 Nova Scotians changed their gender marker on government-issued ID. Shae Morse is middle-school teacher in Dartmouth who switched to the non-binary 'X' designation in 2019. They spoke to the CBC's Jack Julian about the experience.
Dan Coffin is the Tourism & Development Officer for Victoria County. He shares some plans to transform the site of a former RCMP station in Ingonish Beach into a public trail and picnic space.
Cases are rising with the emergence of new COVID variants. At the same time, the Province is lifting all remaining COVID restrictions, including isolation requirements. To talk about how to stay safe this summer, we're joined by infectious disease specialist Dr. Lisa Barrett.
Andrew Murray, a town councillor in Antigonish, is spearheading the creation of what just might be the longest pride flag in the province. His group is painting a 160-feet guardrail fence, near Cairn Park, in rainbow colours.
We find out about efforts to make pow-wows - which have particular styles of dress for men & women, and competition categories that are based on gender - more inclusive of 2-spirit people.
There's a new youth basketball league on the island started by the former manager of the Cape Breton Highlanders, Tyrone Levingston. This weeks Information Morning Current Affairs Correspondent Emily Latimer stops by a practice.
Its the first Monday of the month, and time for the Information Morning Bird Hour Phone-In. Dave Harris and Dave McCorquodale answer your questions or observations for the July edition of the Bird Hour.
Our culture columnist Tara Lynn Taylor tells us about a revival of the play Hippoposthumous, and the return of FIN's outdoor summer movie series which celebrates the films of Sarah Polley. Plus, an artist's talk on Ava in Wonderland and the Lil Villains Theatre play Dinostories.
Erica Meus-Sanders moved to Nova Scotia from the Bahamas, specifically to learn how to start making her own films. She's the new executive-director of the Atlantic Filmmakers Coop. Erica spoke to the CBC's Rose Murphy, about her film background and her future plans with AFCOOP.
CBCs Tom Ayers reports on last night's annual general meeting for the village of Baddeck, where residents were told about the financial and governance progress being made by the village commission
The Glace Bay Miners Museum caught the attention of a mining museum project across the Atlantic in Scotland. Irene Bisset is Chair of National Pride in the UK, which is helping to structure the museum and she tells us more about this project.
If you're planning to leave the country, you're likely installing the ArriveCAN app on your phone. David Fraser, a privacy lawyer in Halifax with McInnis-Cooper, has concerns about that app -- especially in light of a report out of Ontario that suggests it may still be used for travel after its vaccine-related data is no longer needed.…
Hear how a series of letters between two women who'd only met a few times became part of the genesis for a new book by Leanne Betasamosake Simpson and Robyn Maynard called Rehearsals for Living. This is their conversation with Portia.
Amid a resurgence in popularity of all things retro, a highly anticipated indoor roller skating rink will celebrate its grand opening in Spryfield this Canada Day weekend. Portia gets the scoop on Upshaw's Roller Dome from owner Shane Upshaw
Many people are going about their daily lives like they did pre-pandemic, but two sub-variants of Omicron are here and they're spreading rapidly. Our medical columnist Dr. Peter Lin updates the CBC's Preston Mulligan about what we can expect, and why some doctors are worried.
Now that Stephen McNeil's imposition of a contract on teachers has been declared unconstitutional. What does that mean for Bill 148, which affected tens of thousands of other civil servants across Nova Scotia?
Bats numbers plummeted after White-nose syndrome tore through the population. The bat hotline is available for people who have questions about the flying mammals, or want to report sightings.Preston speaks with Darrian Washinger, with the Canadian Wildlife Health Cooperative.
Metis artist Tracey-Mae Chambers is traveling across Canada, to address the decolonization of public spaces. Now, she's at the Memory Lane Heritage Village in Lake Charlotte. We find out how she uses red yarns to illustrate connections between Indigenous, Inuit and Metis peoples with other Canadians
Canada Day celebrations in Halifax will be a little different this year. We hear how KANA’TA: Canada Day 2022, developed in collaboration with Indigenous communities, reimagines our national day's cultural, musical, and family-oriented events,
New protection measures are in the works for the Boisdale Hills. We get details of a new Indigenous protected and conserved area proposed for the area above Eskasoni.
The public inquiry into the Nova Scotia mass shooting has learned how the gunman exploited and abused women around him for years. Reporter Haley Ryan tells us why advocates say it’s important police and society learn from these red flags.
Baddeck's latest interim Chief Administrative Officer to get some details on the financially troubled village's new budget. Reporter Tom Ayers spoke with Sandy Hudson late last week, to get more details about what's going on with the budget for the village of Baddeck.
This weeks Cape Breton Current Affairs Correspondent Emily Latimer stops by the YMCA's community garden in Westmount. Seniors and kids will be working together to grow a vegetable garden this summer.
Since the war in Ukraine began, we've been talking to Lex Brukovskiy. The Ukrainian-Canadian fisherman has been delivering aid to wartorn areas of Ukraine for months. He's back home in Meteghan now, which is where Information Morning's Jerry West reached him.
The Department of Health has launched a live dashboard that gives real-time running data on things like surgeries, ambulance offload times and continuing care admissions. These are numbers the province has collected in the past, but not released publicly. We take a tour of the site with the minister of health.…
Dartmouth South MLA, Claudia Chender, is now the leader of the Nova Scotia New Democratic Party. She was acclaimed in the position during the provincial NDP's convention in Halifax. Portia asks about her future leadership plans.
Our culture columnist Tara Lynn Taylor tells us how a Hants County poet inspired a Toronto band's new show touring the province. We hear about a new musical from Cree flutist Jessica McMann that's premiering at Halifax's Central Library. Plus, a tee up to Halifax Jazz Festival.
Portia finds out about a clinic in Fall River that specializes in treating long COVID patients. Hear what kind of treatment is available for patients who have trouble fully recovering after getting COVID, from the province's director of post-COVID services Ashley Harnish.
Nature Nova Scotia is putting on a series of workshops geared to young new Canadians and people who are Black, Indigenous and of colour. The goal is for young people from these communities to learn more about nature, so they become leaders in various related fields.
This weeks Cape Breton Current Affairs Correspondent Emily Latimer heads over to the Coast Guard College in Westmount to speak with members of the Royal Navy who are in town to test out their skills in the marine navigation simulator.
Union negotiations over the next few years could be very expensive for Premier Tim Houston. A court decision struck down Bill 75, a law Premier Stephen McNeil passed to impose a wage settlement on the province's teachers. Political report Brian Flinn gives his take on this story.
Paul Jenkinson is calling for change. He works with the group Advocates for the Care of the Elderly. This past spring, the ACE team put out a public call for "long-term care visitation horror stories." Last week, they sent a report about what they heard to the provincial government.
In the 1800s, both white and Black loyalists coming to Nova Scotia were given plots of land, but only the white settlers received clear land titles. Community navigator Karalee Oliver talks about how the Land Titles Initiative has helped right that wrong for hundreds of African Nova Scotians.
In this week's health hack, our columnist Mary Jane Hampton looks at the statistics on how many young people are injured on ATVs, and what that says about the way our laws are enforced.
We have reaction from the housing minister to the provincial auditor general's report that says the government is not making efficient use of the public housing system at a time when there's a desperate need for affordable housing.
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