We hear about a Prince Edward Island man who has spent years in the Island's psychiatric facility, and how his foster sister thinks he should be living in the community instead.
Sexism and Violence on Campus
We look at how to deal with misogyny and sexulaized violence on Canadian campuses.
"Weird" political year in Atlantic Canada
The CBC's four provincial affairs reporters talk about 2014 and look ahead to this coming year.
Pauline Dakin's documentary about the extraordinary people who donate their bodies to science.
Our year-end pull-back-the-curtain show featuring CBC/RDI reporters from Atlantic Canada.
The Art of Conversation
We present excerpts from The Walrus Talks:The Art of Conversation held this past year at Mount Allison University.
How do families of missing people cope with the loss, and the unaswered questions. Reporter Yvonne Colbert introduces us to three families.
Stranger In The Kitchen
Reporter Mary-Catherine McIntosh tells us about a woman who's been opening her doors to homeless people for more than three decades.
O Christmas Tree
The CBC's Jennifer Henderson shows us what goes into producing all those beautiful Nova Scotia trees.
Alonger version of tha chat Pauline had with Dr Kirk Anderson and Dr Jamie Metsala.
We look at what - if anything - needs to happen to improve public education.
Shift in Expectations
More and more parents are taking a financial hit to send their kids to private school - and more schools are opening to meet that demand.
Mind the Gap
We bring back Lezlie Lowe's look at what it takes to close the "achievement gap."
Her Father's Spirit
The daughter of artist David J Brooks talks about her late father's art and legacy and what it means for her own work.
The Smell of Money
The story of a Nova Scotia community fed up with the fumes from the local pulp mill...and a discussion about how to balance growing the economy with protecting the environment.
No Fat Jokes Here
One of the country's leading obesity researchers uses humour to break down stereotypes and help patients.
The "Business" of Universities in the 21st Century
Part two in our discussion about the future of post-secondary education.
University of the Future
There are sisxteen universities in Atlantic Canada, with more than 75,000 students enrolled. We look at what the "business" of the schools should be in 2014.
The Poet Laureate of Youth Now
Jackie Torrens brings us the story of a young man who writes poetry in prison and reads it on a radio show.
Sable Island Diary
The CBC's Eileen McInnis shares her impressions of Nova Scotia's most iconic wild space.
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