Information Morning Nova Scotia
A for Adventure: Fall hiking and embarrassing stories10/22/14
Chris Surette and Jan-Sebastian La Pierre are behind a movement called "A for Adventure".
Accessory dwelling, an alternative to home ownership
Edward Edelstein is a small-scale developer in Halifax and the founder and owner of EcoGreen Homes.
Senate scrutinizes the CBC
Information Morning speaks to Dennis Dawson. He's a Liberal Senator from Quebec and is the chair of the committee.
Province not following thru with Mersey project
Geoff LeBoutilier is the founder of the St. Margaret's Bay Stewardship Association.
Homes too expensive for first time buyers
Information Morning speaks with the CBC's Zak Markan. He met with a couple who are tired of renting. Their search for a house is proving difficult.
Justin Trudeau finds Common Ground
Federal liberal leader Justin Trudeau's new memoir is called "Common Ground".
Insight into the high cost of cancer drugs
Sharon Batt is a pharmaceutical policy researcher at Dalhousie's bioethics department.
PEI abortion plan vetoed
The CBC's Laura Chapin.
CBC Investigates: Costly Native cranberry project bears no fruit
Information Morning speaks with CBC investigative reporter Bob Murphy.
Halifax Mayor talks public funding for public art
In a city that's home to hundreds of creative artists, some might expect to see more of that talent in our streets. Of course public art competes with other priorities. Mayor Mike Savage speaks with Information Morning at our Sharing the View show in...
Katie Melanson on the art of painting portraits
Since we launched the theme of this year's calendar, Nova Scotia Realism, we've commented on how much variety there is within the category of realism. One image is a striking portrait of a young woman. Our Halifax marquee artist, Katie Melanson,...
The challenge of selling art in a tough economy
Nova Scotia is fertile ground for creative talent. Ironically, though, it can be a tough place to actually make a living as an artist. Brandt Eisner owns Swoon Gallery in Hammonds Plains. Phil Secord owns Secord Gallery on Quinpool Road in Halifax. In
The power of the "Suzuki Method" for learning music
Christy Hodder runs the Suzuki School program at the Maritime Conservatory for Performing Arts. We hear from her and some very young violinists.
Reunion in Truro this weekend for descendants of British Home Children
Thousands of young people came to Canada to work starting in the late 1800s and continuing into the 1900s. Gail Bennett is going to be at this weekend's reunion in Truro. Her grandmother was a British Home Child who came to Nova Scotia in 1908.
What the health system needs to do to contain Ebola
While the chance of contracting Ebola in North America remains low ... the two cases in Dallas are proof that health care workers are at much greater risk. Dr. Peter Lin tells us more.
Five thousand teeny paintings for Halifax's new central library
Artist Cliff Eyland grew up in Dartmouth, and went to NSCAD University. He now lives in Winnipeg, but he's in Halifax this week to oversee the installation of his paintings in the new library. Information Morning's Phlis McGregor spoke with Cliff.
Concussions and young football players in Nova Scotia
Junior football organizers here have new standards before players can come back and play after suffering a head trauma. Jason Warren is the technical director of Football Nova Scotia. Tina Atkinson is a sports medicine doctor in Motion. Information Mor
Sewing dresses for babies who die at the IWK
Debbie MacDonald has been sewing little dresses for infants who never make it home from the hospital.
Vital Signs: Putting a face on statistics
Hannah Graham will be part of the panel discussion. Max Gordon helped edit the foundation's recent report on Nova Scotia youth.
Health Minister says cancer drug costs must be addressed
Information Morning speaks to Leo Glavine. He's Nova Scotia's Minister of Health.
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