This week, the CBC’s Moira Donovan brings us the story of Terri Taylor from Fredericton. Terry recently fulfilled her dream of being a surrogate mom. And although it is something she had long wanted to experience, she admits she was unprepared for emotion
A remarkable story of love, devotion and resilience. Natalie Dobbin prepared this documentary about a Halifax doctor, left a quadriplegic after a car accident, who has fought his way back with the support of his colleagues, his family and his partner.
Tackling the key challenges in the East Coast with some homegrown solutions. Recorded at the WALRUS TALKS speaking series in Halifax in the fall of 2017, we hear from Mary Gordon, Angela Bishop, Ken McIntosh, and Rosmarie Lohnes.
Slay the Gander is a story of hope and strength. An Atlantic Voice documentary by Wanita Bates following breast cancer survivors as they dragon boat over 40 kilometres on one of Newfoundland's most unpredictable lakes.
We follow Todd Labrador, a seventh generation canoe builder, his daughter Melissa, and four apprentices on a five month journey as they build a traditional birchbark canoe. Elizabeth McMillan produced this documentary.
The Halifax Pride Parade is in its 30th year. It is now a major celebration. But it was a very different scene when a few courageous activists held the first Pride Parade. Some even wore bags over their heads to protect their identity. In this episode, we
A feature conversation with Asa Kachan, CEO of the Halifax Public Libraries. She gives Angela Antle a private tour of Central Library in downtown Halifax, and talks how about more than making books available, this modern building is doing nothing short of
Father Greg MacLeod died earlier this week. He was a leading figure in Cape Breton as a priest, activist and educator. We mark his passing through this interview he did in 2009 with CBC host Steve Sutherland.
We head to a small village in France where a Nova Scotia Battalion and one Cape Breton soldier are celebrated for their role 100 years ago in the Battle of Vimy Ridge. Phlis McGregor produced this documentary - "L'amour Geant" or Giant Love.