Information Morning Nova Scotia
Union says it's time to act on nurse practitioners07/21/14
Janet Hazelton is the president of Nova Scotia Nurses' Union.
Ultrasound wait times put Antigonish patients at risk
Information Morning speaks with Dr. Mike Silver. He is the Chief of the department of Diagnostic Imaging for Guysborough Antigonish Strait Health Authority.
Microsoft struggles to compete
Tech columnist Jesse Hirsh tells us more.
Northern Pulp working on smog solution
Information Morning speaks with David MacKenzie. He's the communications director for Northern Pulp in Pictou County.
Doctors say babies safer in own beds
Dr. Mike Dickinson is the head of pediatrics and chief of staff at the Miramichi Regional Hospital in New Brunswick.
Pictou Landing unsure about spending trust money
CBC Reporter Jack Julian is following this story.
Edge of East
Jackie Torrens talks about her tv documentary featuring people with unusual interests
Neville MacKay proud of Shelburne's Pride
Native Shelburnian, popular gay rights activist and fun loving florist...Neville MacKay will raise the Pride Flag in Shelburne.
Pictou expects action soon on pulp mill smell and fog
Information Morning speaks with Anne Emmett. She is co-owner of Brayside Inn in Pictou. She is also part of a newly formed group called Clean Pictou Air.
Love makes sweets sweeter
Simon Thibault continues his series Assis Toi.
The Adventure Guys hit the trails
Chris Surrette and Jan-Sebastian La Pierre have been out exploring rails to trails. This week their "A for Adventure" is all about "B for Biking"
Prospect loses its 220 year old church
The Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Halifax-Yarmouth plans to sell Our Lady of Mount Carmel Church to help pay off debts...after a deconsecration mass tonight.
All aboard ... or, at least, more aboard?
Deep discounts and nicer weather ... will it be enough to get people on board the new Yarmouth ferry? Information Morning speaks with Mark Amundsen, President and CEO of Nova Star Cruises, and we hear from a reporter on the ferry beat in Portland,...
Ruling the Earth with luke warm blood
Science Commentator Bob Fournier tells us about the latest research into whether dinosaurs were warm blooded or cold blooded.
Sharing the View Artist: Andy McLean
Andy is another of the eight realist painters chosen by our Marquee artists to be part of our 2015 Sharing the View Calendar and art auction. Information Morning's Eileen McInnis is looking after the project and introduces us to Andy McLean.
Environment minister responds to criticism
Yesterday on Information Morning, we heard from two groups who say there's a lack of transparency and teeth when it comes to enforcing environmental law in Nova Scotia. Environment Minister Randy Delorey responds.
Getting info from government is like pulling teeth
Well, at least sometimes. We ask CBC News Analyst Graham Steele, a former provincial cabinet minister, about the effectiveness of Freedom of Information legislation in Nova Scotia.
Loretta Saunders' legacy - and the push for more RCMP information
The Nova Scotia Native Women's Association wants more police information about cases of missing aboriginal women. We speak with assoication president Cheryl maloney.
The affects of Arthur on aquaculture sites
Some concerned citizens in Jordan Bay say the post-tropical storm earlier this month has led to several missing fish farm nets there. We hear their concerns, and Information Morning speaks with Bruce Hancock, Director of Aquaculture for the province.
Sharing The View Artist Andy McLean
The Ontario painter says moving to Antigonish county has changed his art.
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