Best novascotia podcasts we could find (Updated July 2017)
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Information Morning from CBC Radio Nova Scotia (Highlights)
 
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.
 
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Zen Nova Scotia
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Dharma talks by Koun Franz at Zen Nova Scotia in Halifax, NS. If you find these talks beneficial, please consider joining Zen Nova Scotia or making a donation at zennovascotia.com/support. Your support makes the practice and teachings available to others.
 
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Cape Breton's Information Morning from CBC Radio Nova Scotia (Highlights)
 
CBC Radio's Information Morning Cape Breton helps listeners better understand and explore the challenges in our island's future, remember their past and celebrate their neighbours' accomplishments.
 
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Nova Scotia Jurisdiction COGIC
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Bringing Hope and Purpose to Those in Need
 
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Nova Scotia Kitchens
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Welcome to Nova Scotia Kitchens! This is the audio from visits with friends in their Nova Scotia Kitchens as they share favourite recipes with me. Enjoy!
 
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Chronicles of Canada Volume 26 - The Tribune of Nova Scotia: A Chronicle of Joseph Howe by GRANT, William Lawson
 
Joseph Howe (1804-1873) was one of Nova Scotia's greatest and best-loved politicians. He was instrumental in helping Nova Scotia become the first British colony to win responsible government in 1848. A Liberal, he fought against Canadian Confederation. This work highlights his life and causes. - Summary by TriciaG
 
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Soccer Nova Scotia You Beauty Podcast
 
Community podcast to discuss the beautiful game in Nova Scotia
 
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Back Home: A Music Nova Scotia Podcast
 
Back Home: A Music Nova Scotia Podcast brings you original and unique content from the music makers, movers and shakers of our beautiful province. Hear stories, performances and interviews you can't find anywhere else. The monthly podcast is produced in partnership with Village Sound.
 
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The Halifax Daily News with Jamie and Lisa
 
Veteran broadcasters and married couple Jamie and Lisa give their spin on the Halifax happenings of the day from deep inside their Beaver Bank bunker... that is, unless they go off on a tangent!
 
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Stageworthy - Conversations in Canadian Theatre
 
Winner of the Critics’ Choice award at the 2016 Hamilton Fringe Festival, The Bathtub Girls is inspired by the first known case of sibling matricide in Canada. The murder took place in 2003, Mississauga, Ontario. Two sisters, egged on by their friends, drowned their mother in their family home’s bathtub, and expressed it to be a mercy killing. ...…
 
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Information Morning from CBC Radio Nova Scotia (Highlights)
 
It's Pride week in Halifax. Jim MacSwain and Lynn Murphy were both gay activists in Nova Scotia going back to the 1970s.By podcasting@cbc.ca.
 
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Information Morning from CBC Radio Nova Scotia (Highlights)
 
Thousands of people in Nova Scotia are living with Hepatitis C. In May the provincial government added a new treatment to Nova Scotia's drug formulary. But not everyone in Nova Scotia can get coverage.By podcasting@cbc.ca.
 
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Cape Breton's Information Morning from CBC Radio Nova Scotia (Highlights)
 
The Cape Breton Regional Municipality has retained Marie Walsh as its new Chief Administrative Officer. Recently, she has served as acting CAO and interim CAO, and was the CBRM's Chief Financial Officer. We ask her about her priorities for the job.By podcasting@cbc.ca.
 
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Canadian True Crime
 
Nova Scotia | Two days after Christmas in 2005, 36-year-old schoolteacher Paula Gallant went shopping and never returned. Just hours after she was reported missing by her husband Jason MacRae, her body was found in the trunk of her car. How did she die? And who would have cause to harm someone so beloved by her wide network of family, friends a ...…
 
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Fall Back Up with Jordi Morgan
 
SHOW NOTES: On this episode I’m delighted to sit down with the President of the Nova Scotia Community College (NSCC), Don Bureaux As President of NSCC, Don Bureaux serves as the chief executive officer for the operation of 13 campuses, with over 120 programs, and approximately 24,000 students and 2,000 staff. Don Bureaux has been president of N ...…
 
This week in tea we see a new matcha curry recipe making its way to market. Apparently, puttng bitter green leaves into a sauce makes it......bitter. Go figure. Also this week, we have the 150th celebration of Sri Lankan tea, in Scotland. Turns out the man who gave Ceylon a tea market is none other than a James Taylor from Mearns. Bottoms up, i ...…
 
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Cape Breton's Information Morning from CBC Radio Nova Scotia (Highlights)
 
John R. Sylliboy is a researcher, and co-founder of the Wabanaki Two Spirit Alliance. His project to gather stories of aboriginal people who are coming out in the LGBTQ community will provide data about the experience and what supports are needed.By podcasting@cbc.ca.
 
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Information Morning from CBC Radio Nova Scotia (Highlights)
 
How to protect the already endangered right whales in the Gulf of St. Lawrence. Federal Minister of Fisheries and Oceans Dominic LeBlanc reponds.By podcasting@cbc.ca.
 
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Information Morning Fredericton from CBC Radio New Brunswick (Highlights)
 
Birds are dropping dead across Atlantic Canada because of a spreading infection, Terry speaks with David Currie,president of the Nova Scotia bird society.By podcasting@cbc.ca.
 
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Cape Breton's Information Morning from CBC Radio Nova Scotia (Highlights)
 
Mary McNamara says she's lucky to be alive after losing her income assistance - and access to suboxone, a drug that helped her manage her addictions. Find out how her family doctor stepped in to help. Reporter Elizabeth McMillan has the story.By podcasting@cbc.ca.
 
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Cape Breton's Information Morning from CBC Radio Nova Scotia (Highlights)
 
Membertou becomes an example for the world. Francis Neshamba, a senior lecturer at Trent University in Nottingham, England, is taking the model of the community's success to South Africa. Senator Dan Christmas reflects on the factors that led to it.By podcasting@cbc.ca.
 
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Information Morning from CBC Radio Nova Scotia (Highlights)
 
A woman in Cape Breton says she's lucky to be alive after losing her income assistance last year. Mary McNamara had been receiving benefits for more than two decades when Community Services cut her off. The CBC's Elizabeth McMillan has been following thBy podcasting@cbc.ca.
 
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Cape Breton's Information Morning from CBC Radio Nova Scotia (Highlights)
 
Changing-Up attitudes of prejudice... Learn about a program that's offering $10-thousand one-time grants to young people working to build inclusion and acceptance in their communities. Chris Lee is with the Inspirit Foundation.By podcasting@cbc.ca.
 
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Cape Breton's Information Morning from CBC Radio Nova Scotia (Highlights)
 
Summer gets a little spooky on our People and Places column... We go to the shores of Blackett's Lake to find out where that body of water got its name, and hear the ghost story connected to Mr. Blackett. Vanessa Childs-Rolls is a community historian.By podcasting@cbc.ca.
 
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Cape Breton's Information Morning from CBC Radio Nova Scotia (Highlights)
 
The nursing home program "Care By Design" will undergo a new design. Dr. Rick Gibson with the Nova Scotia Health Authority, responds to concerns over cuts to the program that would have offered continuity of care at Cape Breton nursing homes.By podcasting@cbc.ca.
 
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Information Morning from CBC Radio Nova Scotia (Highlights)
 
If you get a ticket under the motor vehicle act, you can contest it in court. And the mother of a Bedford man charged with a traffic violation is determined to do that. That's because the charge happened at a time when her son couldn't possibly have beenBy podcasting@cbc.ca.
 
The Art Gallery of Nova Scotia says it will try one last time to convince a federal panel that its collection of Annie Leibovitz photos is culturally significant. If the Canadian Cultural Property Export Review Board - Or C-PERB - does agree, Nova ScotianBy podcasting@cbc.ca.
 
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Cape Breton's Information Morning from CBC Radio Nova Scotia (Highlights)
 
The art of the deal... We find out why two thousand photos by renowned photographer Annie Leibovitz that were gifted to the Art Gallery of Nova Scotia, may never see the light of day. Reporter Jack Julian explains the REAL reason for the delay.By podcasting@cbc.ca.
 
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Cape Breton's Information Morning from CBC Radio Nova Scotia (Highlights)
 
The Uhma Institute of Technology start-up training program at Cape Breton University has come to a stop. Find out why CBU isn't going to offer the entrepreneurship program next year. George Karaphillis is the Dean of the Shannon School of Business at CBU.By podcasting@cbc.ca.
 
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Cape Breton's Information Morning from CBC Radio Nova Scotia (Highlights)
 
Last year, a Pride Day was held in Eskasoni... this year, the Eskasoni Pride Festival has expanded into a four day event. Organizer Geordy Marshall talks about the community support and schedule for the first Pride Festival that starts today.By podcasting@cbc.ca.
 
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Cape Breton's Information Morning from CBC Radio Nova Scotia (Highlights)
 
A flat tire, an old tome, and an historian's curiosity. On Then and Now, community historian Jim St. Clair combs through the pages of a century-old telegraph ledger he stumbled upon in Sky Glen recently. He tells us what he learned about the past.By podcasting@cbc.ca.
 
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Information Morning from CBC Radio Nova Scotia (Highlights)
 
Our A for Adventure team tell us about great places to appreciate Nova Scotia's biodiversity - from moose and whales to turtles and orchids!By podcasting@cbc.ca.
 
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Information Morning from CBC Radio Nova Scotia (Highlights)
 
It was the collection that was supposed to transform the Art Gallery of Nova Scotia. But four years later, we're still waiting to see those Annie Leibovitz photos. A CBC Investigation tell us the REAL reason for the delay.By podcasting@cbc.ca.
 
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Information Morning from CBC Radio Nova Scotia (Highlights)
 
Cornwallis and controversy. Some members of the Mi'k maq community want to remove the Edward Cornwallis statue this weekend. Mayor Mike Savage responds.By podcasting@cbc.ca.
 
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Cape Breton's Information Morning from CBC Radio Nova Scotia (Highlights)
 
We speak with the executive director of Springtide, Mark Coffin, he is also the founder and co-host of a podcast that features insight and advice from exMLA's in Nova Scotia about their experience in politics, AFTER they've left the political scene.By podcasting@cbc.ca.
 
This was our "first love" when it came to conspiracy theories and it will always hold a special place in our hearts. What is in the over 200ft pit in Nova Scotia, Canada?? Pirate's Gold, Shakespeare's originals, Viking treasure, alien relics????? #iloveaconspiracy #moneypit #oakisland #novascotia #themoneypit #conspiracytheory #conspiracy…
 
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Information Morning from CBC Radio Nova Scotia (Highlights)
 
Recently on Information Morning we've aired several interviews about the forestry consortium Westfor. We have heard from a private woodlot owner, the Warden of Annapolis County, the general manager of Westfor and the deputy minister of the Department ofBy podcasting@cbc.ca.
 
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Information Morning from CBC Radio Nova Scotia (Highlights)
 
Not many of us would look at the Windsor Street Exchange in Halifax and think what a great place for a forest. A group of students has planted more than 3000 trees to convert the area to forest.By podcasting@cbc.ca.
 
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Cape Breton's Information Morning from CBC Radio Nova Scotia (Highlights)
 
Now, the next instalment of Odd Jobs - our summer series on Cape Bretoners with unique professions. Collecting moose poop and planting trees is just part of an average work day for Nadine LeFort, Public Outreach Education Officer at Parks Canada.By podcasting@cbc.ca.
 
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Cape Breton's Information Morning from CBC Radio Nova Scotia (Highlights)
 
A new privately owned company is taking flight to manage the airport in Port Hawkesbury. Meet the president of Celtic Air Services - David Morgan. We ask him about their plans for operating and expanding services at the Port Hawkesbury Airport.By podcasting@cbc.ca.
 
I am your host SLUG2, along with Johnathan Boone, AxeInTheDeep and ZalbergWe are taking d'nations via paypal at 88minutes@protonmail.ch (also our email address) and via bitcoin.Bitcoin address: 18KgFCSZMSQj39qL4QnGGrXzmNi5zaFHCAOur RSS feed (for therightstuff.biz and dailystormer listeners): https://media.zencast.fm/this-hour-has-88-minutes/rss ...…
 
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Cape Breton's Information Morning from CBC Radio Nova Scotia (Highlights)
 
Pro bono... We learn more about the Free Legal Clinic in Sydney that was launched this Spring. Sean MacDonald is a lawyer with the Breton Law Group, and Patricia Fricker-Bates is with Louisbourg Seafoods, they both volunteer at the free clinic.By podcasting@cbc.ca.
 
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Information Morning from CBC Radio Nova Scotia (Highlights)
 
When the provincial government rolled out the MyHealthNS program last summer, they called it the future of health care. But one year later not all doctors are convinced it's good for their practises.By podcasting@cbc.ca.
 
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Cape Breton's Information Morning from CBC Radio Nova Scotia (Highlights)
 
The low down on downtown... The organization devoted to the development of Sydney's downtown - labeled the Waterfront District - have created a new position called the Regeneration Coordinator. We ask Bradley Murphy about his new job and duties.By podcasting@cbc.ca.
 
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Information Morning from CBC Radio Nova Scotia (Highlights)
 
You might think that a neighbourhood plan to save a lighthouse would bring a rural community together. But that's not happening in Terence Bay. The small community south of Halifax is embroiled in a bitter dispute. And while the issue remains unresolved -By podcasting@cbc.ca.
 
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Cape Breton's Information Morning from CBC Radio Nova Scotia (Highlights)
 
We get an update on possible plans to move the NSCC - Marconi Campus to the Sydney waterfront. Hear from Derek Mombourquette, the MLA for Sydney-Whitney Pier, and Bruce Clarke, Academic Chair of the School of Trades and Technology at NSCC.By podcasting@cbc.ca.
 
Ren Bostelaar posted nude pictures of women he knew to 4chan without their consent. He avoided a criminal record by apologizing and taking a peace bond. Was justice served? Is revenge porn legal in Canada? What is the state of the law and social media, years after the Amanda Todd and Rehteah Parsons cases? Privacy lawyer David Fraser launched a ...…
 
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LaughHouseHFX
 
Live podcast recorded every Tuesday at The Company House in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada. Hosts: Frank Russo, Andrew Vaughan, Kyle Barnet
 
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