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Information Morning from CBC Radio Nova Scotia (Highlights)

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CBC Radio's Information Morning kick starts the day on mainland Nova Scotia with news, survival information, compelling stories and opinions from all perspectives in the province.

CBC Radio's Information Morning kick starts the day on mainland Nova Scotia with news, survival information, compelling stories and opinions from all perspectives in the province.

Location:

Halifax, NS

Description:

CBC Radio's Information Morning kick starts the day on mainland Nova Scotia with news, survival information, compelling stories and opinions from all perspectives in the province.

Twitter:

@infomorning

Language:

English

Contact:

CBC Nova Scotia P.O. Box 3000 Halifax, Nova Scotia B3J 3E9 902-420-4431


Episodes

How two Dungeon Masters' have turned their love for the game into a summer job

6/22/2021
Port Williams will be overrun with elves and wizards as the recreation department launches its first Dungeons and Dragons day camps dedicated to the game. We talk to two Dragon Masters.

Duration:00:08:14

What you need to know about the June 23rd changes for travel in the Atlantic region

6/22/2021
Summer's here and so is the Atlantic bubble... sort of. The CBC's Preston Mulligan talks about the rules around travelling outside Nova Scotia's borders again.

Duration:00:07:01

Mayor of Amherst reacts to restrictions still in place for people coming from N.B.

6/22/2021
The mayor of Amherst isn't too pleased about the ongoing restrictions for people coming to Nova Scotia from New Brunswick. Hear from Mayor David Kogan.

Duration:00:08:17

Dartmouth Players bidding farewell to Sawmill Playhouse

6/21/2021
After 34 years of theatrical productions, the Dartmouth Players have one season left at their beloved Sawmill Playhouse... president Dale Charron tells us about their search for a new venue.

Duration:00:07:50

Could all that sunscreen we slap on be having an impact on the oceans?

6/21/2021
New research suggests some common sunscreen formulas harm marine life. Hawaii has outlawed the sale of sunscreens containing oxybenzone and octinoxate. CBC's David Burke looks into this.

Duration:00:07:08

Art 'n Soul Column #10: 15th Halifax Independent Filmmakers Festival

6/21/2021
Our culture columnist Tara Lynn Taylor brings us the highlights of HIFF, starting with a virtual garden party to kick off the 15th anniversary of its filmmakers festival.

Duration:00:06:50

Healthcare Hacks #115: Self-care for caregivers during COVID-19

6/21/2021
For this week's healthcare hack, Mary Jane Hampton says it's time for family caregivers, who have experienced high stress during the pandemic, to hit reset on their own health and self-care.

Duration:00:07:47

A daring deer rescue at sea

6/17/2021
Justin Boudreau and his brother were in a lobster boat in the waters off Antigonish when they saw a deer swimming far from shore.

Duration:00:03:11

Remembering Captain Ted Worthington

6/17/2021
Captain Ted Worthington loved to dance by the bandstand at the Halifax Public Gardens. The bowtied gentleman passed away on Sunday - causing an outpouring of love from Haligonians near and far.

Duration:00:07:47

How fish can help solve malnutrition in developing countries

6/17/2021
A fisheries ecologist at Dalhousie University is looking at the potential of fish to help solve world malnutrition.

Duration:00:07:17

Senate report calls for overhaul on human rights in federal prisons

6/17/2021
Senator Wanda Thomas Bernard on senate committee recommendations for federal prisons, and how they can foster more respect for human dignity.

Duration:00:08:40

Diggstown director breaking barriers for Black NS women in TV

6/17/2021
The legal drama Diggstown is shooting season three in Nova Scotia right now, and creating history in the process. Halifax's Juanita Peters is the first Black woman in Nova Scotia to ever direct an hour of primetime drama for a network series.

Duration:00:09:57

Questioning the polygraph

6/16/2021
Halifax has long relied on the polygraph or "lie detector" test in the hiring process. At least one city councillor is asking questions about the efficacy of the test. The CBC's Preston Mulligan investigates.

Duration:00:09:31

Update on toxic algae bloom in Grand Lake

6/16/2021
Deputy Minister Julie Towers from the department of Environment and Climate Change talks about the long term implications for people who live near the lake.

Duration:00:08:00

Researcher Ingrid Waldron heads to Hamilton

6/16/2021
One of Nova Scotia's most prolific local researchers on race and social justice issues has accepted the HOPE chair in Peace and Health at McMaster University.

Duration:00:09:54

N.S. restaurateurs on the whirlwind behind the scenes of reopening

6/15/2021
Chefs Renée Lavallée and Martin Ruiz Salvador on how restaurant staff are working overtime to ready their kitchens and dining rooms for in-house service again.

Duration:00:08:50

How rising sea levels are having an impact on Sable Island

6/15/2021
A new study suggests the coastline on the southside of Sable Island has retreated dramatically during the past 60 years. CBC reporter Paul Withers has the story.

Duration:00:09:49

A for Adventure: Must-explore spots within the Atlantic bubble

6/15/2021
Looks like the Atlantic bubble is a go for summer! From Mount Carleton to Bonshaw Provincial Park, our A for Adventure team Chris and Jan share their favourite destinations across the region.

Duration:00:10:19

Healthcare Hacks #114: It's Long-Term Care Day this week!

6/14/2021
For this week's healthcare hack, Mary Jane Hampton recognizes the contributions of people who work in long-term care – and looks at what the pandemic has taught us about flaws in the system.

Duration:00:08:33

Meet the new president of Doctors Nova Scotia

6/14/2021
From increasing diversity to improving doctor access – Dr. Heather Johnson, a family physician in Bridgewater, shares her plans for her new role as the head of Doctors Nova Scotia.

Duration:00:07:41