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Information Morning Nova Scotia

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

Information morning kick starts the day on mainland Nova Scotia with news, survival information, compelling stories and opinions from all perspectives in the province.
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Halifax, NS

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CBC

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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

When a right is not available, it's wrong.

1/19/2018
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The Nova Scotia Health Authority says there are fewer than 20 medical professionals in the province providing assistance in dying. Jim Cowan is a former senator, and a member of the board of Dying with Dignity Canada.

Duration: 00:08:32


Few end of life options for homeless in Nova Scotia

1/18/2018
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Palliative care can be an essential form of support and relief for people at the end of their lives. But research shows palliative care services in Canada are often not equipped to meet the needs of the homeless population. The CBC's Moira Donovan has been looking into what services exist for people in Nova Scotia.

Duration: 00:09:39


Family calls funeral service a horror story

1/17/2018
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If you've lost a love done, you know how traumatic it can be to arrange funeral services. And that's when things go as planned. This morning, the story of one family's experience that they say went horribly wrong. CBC Reporter Yvonne Colbert has the details.

Duration: 00:08:37


Family calls funeral service a horror story

1/17/2018
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If you've lost a love done, you know how traumatic it can be to arrange funeral services. And that's when things go as planned. This morning, the story of one family's experience that they say went horribly wrong. CBC Reporter Yvonne Colbert has the details.

Duration: 00:08:37


Winter sky great for stargazing

1/17/2018
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Most people associate stargazing with the summertime. But our A for Adventure team say this coming weekend will be a perfect time for taking in the winter sky.

Duration: 00:07:52


Woman facing deportation granted Canadian citizenship

1/16/2018
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A terrifying chapter in Debra Spencer's life is now over. For years she faced deportation from Canada. But not any more. Freelance reporter Erin Moore brings us up to date.

Duration: 00:08:13


Differing opinions on electoral boundaries

1/15/2018
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The Nova Scotia government needs to make it easier for Acadian and African Nova Scotian voters to have their voices heard. That's the overall conclusion of a three member panel that submitted its report to the Provincial government last week. Jill Grant

Duration: 00:14:29


Child welfare system failing children of colour

1/12/2018
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What Abdoul Abdi's case can teach us about Nova Scotia's child welfare system. Robert Wright is a social worker and sociologist in private practise in Halifax.

Duration: 00:08:53


Students suggestion for what to do about Cornwallis statue

1/11/2018
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The city of Halifax will soon strike a committee to decide what to do about the controversial Cornwallis statue. Students at The Booker School in Port Williams have a suggestion. Tema Frecker teaches there and Will Mercer is a student in Grade 8.

Duration: 00:08:07


Why Abdoul Abdi could be deported to a country he's never seen

1/10/2018
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A man who arrived in Nova Scotia as a refugee is now at risk of being deported to a country he's never known. Abdoul Abdi came to the province through a private sponsorship arrangement when he was six years old. He now faces deportation to Somalia.

Duration: 00:09:25


Missed opportunity to keep plastics out of the dump

1/9/2018
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Halifax received permission to dump plastic bags in the landfill last week. The municipality got a six month exemption from the provincial ban on sending plastics to the dump. But the situation could have been avoided with some forward thinking says Dou

Duration: 00:09:40


Debate over Cornwallis statue is an opportunity

1/4/2018
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The city of Halifax has hired its first Indigenous advisor. Wyatt White is about one month into the job. And he has a list of issues he wants to tackle.

Duration: 00:06:54


A for Adventure: Stop hibernating

1/3/2018
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Our A for Adventure team says winter is a good time to get outside and enjoy the outdoors.

Duration: 00:09:05


Online Fraud

12/29/2017
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Professor Srini Sampalli tells us about the risks associated with online shopping and digital technology.

Duration: 00:09:07


Cats Without Homes

12/29/2017
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Sandra Fleming, the Provincial Animal Care Director for the Nova Scotia SPCA, speaks about the issue of cats without homes.

Duration: 00:05:54


Catalonia Political Changes

12/28/2017
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Dalhousie University's Jerry White discusses recent political changes in Catalonia.

Duration: 00:09:14


Ocean Protection

12/28/2017
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The Ecology Action Centre's Susanna Fuller tells us about new rules to protect ocean waters outside of all national jurisdictions.

Duration: 00:09:09


A look at the year that was with Premier McNeil

12/22/2017
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Premier Stephen McNeil looks back at the year with Information Morning host Don Connolly.

Duration: 00:15:18

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