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Local filmmaker Sean Grady tells us why he wrote a screenplay for a Ghostbusters sequel, and then put someone else's name on it.
Hit Me With Some Science: Mantis Shrimp
The Muhammad Ali of the sea: science educator Sonya Lee tells us about a sea creature that packs a serious punch.
sex worker Debbie speaks to MSVU students
This is a condensed excerpt from a speech Debbie made on Monday 24 November.
sex worker Debbie takes questions from MSVU students
guilty but not sorry - victim's dad about convicted men in child porn...
Stephanie talks a man whose name we cannot mention about two guilty pleas from young men whose names we cannot mention in a case that involved the man's daughter whose name we also cannot mention.
Ken Hansen says "terrorism" wrong word to describe October attacks
Stephanie talks with Ken Hansen, a retired Navy commander who co-chaired the Maritime Studies Programme at the Canadian Forces College in Toronto. Now he's a research fellow at the Centre For Foreign Policy Studies at Dalhousie University.
Jevon MacDonald and JP Deveau: on Ivany, opportunities, and...
Another conversation with two Maritime business icons: Jevon MacDonald of Volta and GoInstant fame, and JP Deveau of Acadian Seaplants.
Amanda Lindhout on 15 months in captivity in Somalia
Stephanie talks to Amanda Linhout about the story detailed in her award-winning memoir A House in the Sky.
Our oceans guy on Australia's Great Barrier Reef rescue plan
Boris Worm talks to Stephanie about Australia's plan to try to save the Great Barrier Reef, and what Canada can learn from it.
JP Deveau and Jevon MacDonald on encouraging entrepreneurs
Stephanie talks with two Maritime business icons who've been recruited by the oneNS Coalition: JP Deveau of Acadian Seaplants, and Jevon MacDonald who co-created GoInstant and the startup house Volta.
Ecology Action Centre and DNR Minister on forestry allocations
Stephanie talks with Matt Miller, then Zach Churchill, ahead of a public meeting about how government is allocating wood on Nova Scotia's western crown lands.
Boris Worm on Beached Marine Mammals
Our oceans guy tells Stephanie the science behind dolphin strandings.
our oceans guy swims with sperm whales
Boris Worm studies the oceans at Dalhousie University.
our oceans guy talks about plankton
Boris Worm studies the oceans at Dalhousie University. And he is in awe of plankton.
Forward reThinking: progress since the Ivany Report
We hear from Saeed El-Darahali of the oneNS Coalition, Susanna Fuller of the Ivany Commission, commentator Bill Black, head of APEC Elizabeth Beale, and atmospheric scientist Tom Duck on what's happened since the Ivany report came out, and what needs...
update on Chen Qing, "the mattress king"
Earlier this year, we met an international student at SMU who has started his own business, and wants to become a permanent resident. But he doesn't fit into any immigration categories, and even high powered help couldn't change that.
Tell Us About Your Red Tape 1 restaurateurs
Stephanie talks with Jason Lynch, the chef at Le Caveau in Grand Pre, and Jenny Dobbs who owns two Morris East restaurants in Halifax.
Red Tape 2 shucks! oyster shucking not allowed
Hana Nelson had to adjust her plans before she started Afishionado Fishmongers, in Halifax. Then caterer Jane Wright says regulations and the people who enforce them are a valuable resource.
Red Tape 3 restaurant association
Gordon Stewart is the Director of the Restaurant Association of Nova Scotia, and he's involved in a provincial initiative to reduce red tape.
Red Tape 4 "a culture of no"
Stephanie talks to Rob MacPherson about the complaints developers have about dealing with city hall.
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