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Velkommen til UDs kobling til versveva. Her vil du finne tanker og ideer, produksjoner, podcaster og provokasjoner kreert av våre Tjenestemenn Beining og Mathisen. UDefinert hver onsdag 11:03 på www.RadioNova.no - FM 99,3. (Radiotjenesten som vi før produserte ligger her og.)
Masks to prevent the transmission of COVID don't have to be bland. They can come with as much personality as the people wearing them. We talk to the young mask maker behind Damini Creatives.
A German couple who bought property here in Cape Breton say the land deal came with some unwanted Nazi propaganda. Reporter Tom Ayers has been looking into the story raised by Der Spiegel magazine recently.
Aug. 1 marks a significant anniversary in Canada and other former British colonies: Slavery was abolished 186 years ago. A Nova Scotia senator says Canada isn't doing enough to recognize Emancipation Day. We speak with Sen. Wanda Thomas Bernard.
In our summer series looking at statues around the island, Reporter George Mortimer travels to Baddeck and speaks with Megan Cooper, Chief Administrative Officer and Clerk Treasurer for the Village, about the statue of Alexander Graham and Mabel Bell on the waterfront.
Masks are now mandatory in most public places in Nova Scotia. How will the province enforce this new requirement? Dr. Robert Strang, Nova Scotia's Chief Medical Officer of Health, answers our questions about how that's going to work and shares some best practices for wearing your mask.
A mystery boat arrived in the town of Locekport earlier this month. First people in the town were concerned because the couple on-board wasn't self-isolating. But that wasn't all they were doing wrong.
The Nova Scotia government is making masks mandatory as of this Friday, July 31st in most public places. We speak with Dr. Robert Strang about where you must wear a mask - and the consequences if you don't comply.
On Alert... We follow up on an intriguing item from our recent report from Victoria County Council. The County is planning to setup a new emergency alert system. Current Affairs correspondent Brittany Wentzell spoke to Lyle Donovan, Victoria County's EMO coordinator, about sounding the alarm later this year.…
After five federal members of parliament added their voices calling for a public inquiry into April's mass shootings, the federal government announced it would indeed take that route. Brian Flynn from All Nova Scotia and the CBC's Michael Gorman weigh in on the political ramifications.
On this edition of "Then and Now"... we set sail with community historian Jim St. Clair... travelling through the mists of time and emerge in Sydney Harbour during a major naval battle, 239 years ago.
A ten bed Palliative Care Hospice will be constructed and located on land donated by Membertou First Nation. At the sod turning ceremony, Chief Terry Paul commented on the centre, and Patricia Jackson, Co-Chair of Hospice Cape Breton, remarked on the importance of the nearly 6 million dollar facility in Sydney.…
A sexual health clinic in Truro that helps people who are undergoing a gender transition is facing an uncertain future. We hear from a patient who says the clinic is essential and life-changing.
Now is the time to get children used to wearing masks ahead of September and the start of school. Our health columnist Mary Jane Hampton has some tips on how to do that.
Hope Restored. After suffering damage from a fire in December, Hope House in Point Edward is looking to the future... and its role in helping women recover from addiction. Reporter George Mortimer contacted Dr. Laura Whyte, Chair of the Hope Project, for an update on renovations and services available.…
Writer and former news anchor George Boyd died on Saturday. Boyd was Canada's first Black national news anchor and was one of the original anchors on CBC Newsworld.
We find out about wellness day camps being offered by Mi’kmaw Kina’matnewey to get First Nation's children ready for school in September. MK is the governing body for Mi'kmaq education in Nova Scotia, and Rebecca Scirocco is the Wellness Consultant for the education authority.
Phase one of the Atlantic Memorial Park project is almost complete. Reporter George Mortimer visits the restoration site at Chapel Point Battery in Sydney Mines, and speaks with Brian Ferguson and Cyril Aker, members of the Atlantic Memorial Park Society, about the multi-million dollar project.
A virtual page turning project in Atlantic Canada to make some post-secondary textbooks free online, its a text book case for saving money and improving resources. To learn more of this pilot project, we contact Jason Loxton, a geology instructor at CBU and a member of the Council of Atlantic Universities Open Educational Resources working group. A…
Wayne MacKay, professor emeritus at Dalhousie University, weighs in on the federal and provincial governments' decision to launch an independent review and not a public inquiry into April's mass shootings.
Many are upset, even outraged about the government's choice to have a review rather than a full public inquiry into the Portapique shootings. We spoke with Justice Minister Mark Furey.
Discover Halifax has been making plans for tourism once the Atlantic Bubble expands - just in case. We'll get the details.
Saint Marguerite Bourgeoys was the founder of the Sisters of Notre Dame. A statue of Saint Marguerite now stands in front of the Roman Catholic Church named after her in Sydney. Reporter George Mortimer spoke with parish priest Father Bill Burke about the significance of the statue for the parish.
Shelley McCorriston, chair of Lunenburg County PRIDE, spoke with host Portia Clark about what it's like to see the Pride flag flying in the Municipality of Chester after fighting for more than a year.
From hot coffee to hot commodity. We talk to a property developer whose new apartments in the old Tim Horton's building in Cheticamp are in high demand.
Reviewing the review....we speak with Nova Scotia's justice minister about the decision to have a review rather than a full public inquiry into the mass shootings .
We asked two Grade 12 students what concerns them about going back to the classroom this September during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The province has released its back to school plan for September, but parents and teachers still have questions. We spoke with education minister Zach Churchill.
Paul Wozney, president of the Nova Scotia Teacher's Union, spoke with host Portia Clark about his concerns with the province's plan for September.
Education Minister Zach Churchill announced that students in Nova Scotia will be hitting the books on site in September. Paul Wozney, President of the Nova Scotia Teachers Union, says the government's plan for students and teachers to return to class leaves many questions unanswered.
Students in Nova Scotia will head back to the classroom in September. We speak with Dr. Andrew Lynk, the Chief of Pediatrics at the IWK about monitoring the situation as a member of the Provincial Pediatric Advisory Group. And we hear reaction to the government plan from Erica Baker, one of the founders of a parents group called COVID Education Pla…
Surfs up with Jan and Chris from A for Adventure. They shared some of their favourite places to ride the waves as well as some tips for beginners -- including where to take surf lessons.
An Amherst, N.S., woman was pretty straightforward on Facebook this week in her quest to find a young man. In this case it could save her life.
The chair of Lunenburg County Pride has spent the past year trying to get the municipality of Chester to fly the rainbow Pride flag... but Chester has a policy that won't allow non-government flags to be flown. The warden of Chester responds.
Of all the perennials, the daylily is one of the most dependable. But a bug with a lot of gall is showing up and distorting their blossoms. We learn more about the Dreaded Daylily Gall Midge
On Then and Now with Jim St. Clair, a new memorial monument to an old tragedy. Our community historian recalls the life of Isabella McRae Campbell and the story of maintaining a memory with a new stone monument in Richmond County.
Reporter George Mortimer spoke to Craig Boudreau of J. Francis Investments Limited about a developing story. The property developer is buying up buildings in downtown Sydney and he tells us the reason why.
Service organizations are in the business of serving people but the pandemic is tying their hands when it comes to fundraising and offering programming. We check in with three Cape Breton service clubs - Michele MacKinnon is Public relations chair with the Sydney Sunrise Rotary Club. Sean MacDonald is President of the Kiwanis Club in Sydney. And Bo…
Many places across Nova Scotia are celebrating Pride month right now, but the Chair of Lunenburg Pride says there's one municipality that won't be taking part in one of the integral components... the flag raising.
There have been some mixed messages about the value of wearing a mask in public as we learn more about the COVID-19 virus. For this week's Health Hack, Mary Jane says the jury is in and the verdict is...do it!
Summer school... We check in with a couple of profs from Cape Breton University who just finished a course to help them get ready for online learning in the Fall. Terry Gibbs is a Professor of Political Science, and Michelle Prendergast is an Instructor of Health Sciences, they tell us about their prep for remote learning.…
The CBC's Carsten Knox visited comics Adrienne Gabrielle, Kirsten Finch and Travis Lindsay to hear why the trio banded together during the pandemic to bring the funny to people's backyards.
A new beer called Blackberry Freedom aims to help make space for BIPOC brewers.
An organization that looks out for the rights of seafarers says 300,000 crew members are stuck on vessels and being treated like slaves because of COVID-19.
The chronic issue of doctor shortages continues... we hear concerns from Pat Lewis, who is looking for a family doctor in Cape Breton, and we speak to Katrina Philopoulos, Director of Doctor Recruitment for the Nova Scotia Health Authority, for an update on new doctors arriving on the Island.
Lynne McCarron, Executive Director of United Way Cape Breton, tells us about some new programs launched to support seniors, kids and people living with disabilities, in dealing with the various challenges of the pandemic.
This summer, reporter George Mortimer has been looking at statues of people who have an historical connection to Cape Breton Island. Today, he visits Membertou Heritage Park to ask manager Jeff Ward about the statues in the park and their importance to the First Nations community.
Nova Scotia's Education Minister Zach Churchill says the government will unveil its plan to re-open schools next week. Claire Bileck was one of more than a hundred parents who signed an open letter to the Premier asking the Province to deliver a plan on education for a safe return to school, this Fall.…
A new survey shows patients and care givers are feeling scared and anxious over delays and disruptions to cancer care and treatment during the COVID-19 pandemic. Jackie Manthorne, President and CEO of the Canadian Cancer Survivor Network, elaborates on the results of the new survey.
Nova Scotia may have more visitors and fewer pandemic restrictions... but COVID-19 is still here. We hear from the province's top doctor about the coming weeks, and what could be a particularly critical time in controlling the spread of the virus.
We speak with some parents who are concerned about the lack of a plan for returning to school in the Fall in Nova Scotia. The group of parents created an online sharing and learning resource - "COVID Education Plan NS". One of the founders is Erica Baker, a clinical neuropsychologist and a parent of three school-age boys. Amy Hill is a member of th…