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 Cape Breton helps listeners better understand and explore the challenges in our island's future, remember their past and celebrate their neighbours' accomplishments.
NOVA is Latin for NEW. We are in Halifax, NOVA Scotia and NOVA Church is all about the NEW hope, plan, joy, community and life following Jesus’s promises. We meet Sunday’s 10am at The Bella Rose Theatre of Halifax West High School in Clayton Park, Halifax. For more infomation please visit www.novachurch.ca
20 hosts in Mi’kma’ki (Nova Scotia) share their practical wisdom about hosting meetings and gatherings. You'll also hear spoken word, song, and teachings that bring us back to the wisdom of the land which hosts us all.
The official podcast from Avoiding Chores – Located in Halifax Nova Scotia Canada. We talk about the outdoors, gadgets and other stuff that keeps us away from doing actual work.
Pastor of two small rural churches in Nova Scotia, trying to preach the Bible faithfully.
Dharma talks by Koun Franz at Thousand Harbours Zen in Halifax, NS. If you find these talks beneficial, please consider joining Thousand Harbours Zen or making a donation at https://thousandharbourszen.com/support. Your support makes the practice and teachings available to others.
We get together every week to talk up the news in gaming, the games we're playing, and basically whatever else might come up. Oh yeah, we drink and rate beer that we don't properly know how to evaluate.
Bringing Hope and Purpose to Those in Need
Historic Black settlements in Nova Scotia tell a long-neglected story and through studying them we can unlock invaluable, under-represented knowledge. On a journey of rediscovery, Shawn Smith and Laurice Downey present Loyalist Connections: Est. 1783. They are determined to shed light on these lost and disappearing communities, discuss why these communities could not survive or are fading, and what these collapses tell us about the historic and modern systemic racism Black Nova Scotians face ...
The East Coast Beer podcast, exploring the stories behind your favorite craft breweries and craft beer destinations in Atlantic Canada.
Weekly sermons and podcasts from Yarmouth Wesleyan Church in Nova Scotia, Canada
The weekly message from Deep Water Church in Halifax, Nova Scotia.
Nighttime is an audio documentary series which explores Canada's most fascinating stories. Join host Jordan for true crime, mysteries, and a celebration of Canada’s weird and wonderful people, places, and events.
The Beyond Research Podcast brings research to you. In each episode, we will bring you the story, beyond the research and introduce you to Canada-based researchers and community leaders whose work are intersecting in unexpected ways. Beyond Research is brought to you by Research Nova Scotia, an independent, not-for-profit corporation with the mandate to support, organize and co-ordinate the funding of research in Nova Scotia.
The Times Keeper publishes original journalism to help critical and curious Nova Scotians understand and explore the times we're living through together. New episodes are published every Monday and Friday.
Huddle's Home Office podcast features conversations with New Brunswick and Nova Scotian community leaders and entrepreneurs from their homes– focusing on issues and events that accelerate and enrich the growth of the region’s economy and culture.
Welcome to The Halifax Arts Podcast; film, theatre, music and the spoken word. That's Halifax West Yorkshire by the way, not Nova Scotia...
Empathize Others: The Podcast, with Agassou 'Augy' Jones. This community advocacy-focused interview podcast extends the work that Augy does with his Empathize Others Consulting Service. The podcast will showcase the inner thoughts of well-known community personalities who passionately 'empathize others'. To find out more about this Halifax, Nova Scotia based podcast, please visit us at empathizeothers.com
The Tideline is an arts and culture podcast hosted by Tara Thorne, headquartered in Halifax, showcasing in-depth interviews with the city's artists, entertainers, and people about town.
The Global Development Primer. The podcast about all issues in International Development Studies. Your host is Dr. Bob Huish, broadcasting from Dalhousie University in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada. The podcast covers the basics of International Development, while featuring the work of researchers and practitioners from around the world. This is your podcast to learn more about International Development and to stay in touch with important global issues.
VOICES shares conversations and interviews with residents of Nova Scotia, Canada and others whose ideas are taking root and growing a more inclusive and sustainable province. Produced by Jeff Overmars for Engage Nova Scotia. Learn more at www.engagenovascotia.ca
This new podcast combines the experiences of an economist, David Campbell and a social scientist, Don Mills, to explore the challenges and opportunities facing Atlantic Canada, to promote data-driven decision making among policymakers and to encourage a wider dialogue and debate leading to greater prosperity for the region. Expect to hear interviews with the top influencers, business leaders and decision-makers across Atlantic Canada to inform, educate and expand the conversations on the key ...
Welcome to The Discover Halifax Podcast. A podcast that highlights the unique and unparalleled local expertise, innovation, and infrastructure of Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada. Your host Paul Bailey will interview local experts and global leaders about Life Sciences, Natural Resources, Aerospace, Oceans and Technology. Learn why Halifax is the smart city to host your conference, delegates, and clients. If you’re an event or meeting planner, an association or corporate group this is the Podcas ...
The Atlantic Canada Golf Podcast. Nick Frid, Len Currie and Ben King host weekly updates and banter about what's going on around Canada's incredible East Coast Golf Industry. PEI, New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, and Newfoundland. 🇨🇦 ⛳️
Canada’s worst shooting spree in modern history has left us with far more questions than answers. Journey inside every single hour of this tragedy as it happened with Global News Halifax reporter Sarah Ritchie. This 13-part true crime series will try to piece together exactly what happened and what could or should have been done to prevent it.
Here's a Canadian guy from the city, who moved to small town Nova Scotia. All was well until he fell through a hole in the Podosphere. Then..strange things started happening... Comedy, Funny, Stories, Skits, Sketch, Canada, Canadian,Audio blog
Valley Christian Radio broadcasts to the Annapolis Valley, Nova Scotia, Canada. Here are special interviews, programs, etc. available to you, for free!
Somebody Must Say These Things is an 8-part series that fully investigates Violence Against Women in Nova Scotia. By speaking with survivors and the women who make it their mission to end the issue for good, this podcast casts a stark, unapologetic light on our society’s continued insufficient acknowledgement of Violence Against Women. We follow the stories of survivors and examine the critical, unappreciated role of transition houses. We also speak with the boots-on-the-ground workers who f ...
A delicious way to taste local! Explore the local food movement in Halifax Nova Scotia with visits to the hottest eateries for tastings with various Halifax guests from all walks of life.
Rachelle, creator of the comic book blog Living Between Wednesdays, and Dave, manager of the Strange Adventures comic book store in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada, discuss all things comic book and super hero related. Recorded weekly in Dartmouth, Nova Scotia.
Live podcast recorded every week at The Company House in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada.
A monthly podcast that follows strange and surprising stories where ever they lead, produced by LighthouseNOW, a newspaper reporting on Nova Scotia’s South Shore since 1875.
Advice for homebuyers from Annapolis Valley, Nova Scotia.
These are the stories of Armbrae Academy Podcast told in 18 minutes and 87 seconds. There’s history here. Founded in 1887, Armbrae is a small independent school located in the heart of Halifax, Nova Scotia, on the East Coast of Canada. But it’s not just the history we want to share; as rich as that is. This season intertwines the voices of students with alumni and faculty to share Armbrae’s academic, community and student approach. The perspectives balance both new and old ideas, embracing o ...
We’re a couple that loves God, Nova Scotia & Rum! #HalifaxSpirit
From the East Coast of Toronto, Ontario, Canada to the West Coast of Whidbey Island, Washington, U.S.A and everywhere in-between! Join Sean and Brad as they give their take on what is happening in the world of sports, as they share a beer brewed locally in their areas. When you’ve listened to the podcast, come visit us in our virtual sports bar, on our social media pages. Like us on facebook at www.facebook.com/guysbeersportspodcast Follow us on Instagram at www.instagram.com/guys.beer.sport ...
LOVE GOD. LOVE PEOPLE. LOVE SYDNEY! (Due to changes in server service, we are in the process of getting Westminster Sydney back on iTunes. For now, you can download the sermon audio from here.)
A podcast all about the Liverpool International Theatre Festival, held every two years in Liverpool. Nova Scotia in Canada. Hosted by Deborah Raddall, with Artistic Directors Neil Maidman and Vic Mills, it's all about what it is to make great theatre from around the world.
Based out of Halifax, Nova Scotia, the guys from HipHoopJunkies.com and HoopHeadsNorth.com keep you up to date on the Toronto Raptors and other topics around the NBA. Hoops talk out of Halifax!
LOL UR GAY is a gay comedy podcast with hosts Adam Myatt and Lisa Buchanan. Adam and Lisa, two comedians from Halifax, talk about jokes, being gay, and the glorious intersection of those two things. New episodes every third Friday! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
A podcast about politics, work and culture from Halifax, Nova Scotia. We are Atlantic Canada's number #1 cultural marxist internet radio program. Welcome to the Island.
Exploring Genealogy and Family History from and through Atlantic Canadians
The Tale of a Town - Canada is a site-specific oral history and theatre project aiming to capture the collective community memory of Canada's Main Streets, one story at a time, while preserving local heritage and promoting neighbourhood culture.
Melanie, a single mom of two girls ages 8 and 11 living in Halifax, Nova Scotia was diagnosed with C-PTSD in 2019. This led Melanie on a journey of self-awareness since then in an attempt to figure out how to navigate the rest of her life in a healthy way. Melanie
Sunday morning sermons from Christian Fellowship Church in New Glasgow, Nova Scotia.
A group of Canadian youth are making headlines... launching a court challenge to lower the federal voting age. Amelia Penney-Crocker, one of the 13 youth litigants, explains why they believe young people should be allowed to cast a ballot for their future.
Our house doctor Dr. Peter Lin talks about how infectious disease experts are carefully following the latest variant of COVID-19 to see how far and how quickly it spreads, as well as how effective our vaccines will be against Omicron.
Nova Scotia, April 18-19, 2020 Over a period of thirteen hours, a 51 year old denturist, dressed as a police officer and driving a replica police car, carried out Canada’s most deadly act of mass murder. In this episode, Paul Palango and I will discuss recent developments related to this case. Links: the Nova Scotia Rampage Series: https://www.nigh…
Season 2 - Episode #1 - Stories of Tombstones, Benevolence, Religion and The British Empire: Spurgeon Orange Lodge of Torbrook Mines, Nova Scotia Author Brian McConnell joins host Brian Nash for the Season 2 Premiere of the How We Got Here Podcast. In this Episode they discuss the Loyal Orange Lodge and it’s members and their work and influence in …
Music Nova Scotia's annual celebration of artists and industry returns to Truro this week with a new captain at the helm. Allegra Swanson, who became executive director of the organization last year after a lengthy stint with CARAS and the Juno Awards, drops by on her way to the Hub to talk planning for everything, her goals for the org moving forw…
Folklore forecast. Our Acadian Column explores the history and traditions of the Island’s Acadian communities. Today, Ronald Labelle looks at some seasonal signs that Acadians watch for to predict the weather.
A young Black hockey player from Halifax faced racial slurs during a recent hockey tournament. We hear from the player, plus take a closer look at how hockey culture needs to change to support people who run into hurdles, even hatred, when they're trying to play the game.
The Station Hub's 'Food Company' in West Hants is planning to deliver pallets of mashed potatoes made from about 6,000 pounds of local potatoes that would have been wasted otherwise to the Nova Scotia Health Authority.
Fighting to vote for their future: a group of young Canadians ages 12 to 18 is launching a court challenge to lower the federal election voting age. We speak with Amelia Penny-Crocker in Halifax, who is one of 13 litigants behind the challenge.
John Bragg got his entrepreneurial start as a teenager in the blueberry business. He quit law school because he decided he was meant to be a businessman, not a lawyer, and started off down a path that led to the creation of Oxford Frozen Foods and the telecommunications company Eastlink, both headquartered in Nova Scotia. Bragg is one of the Mariti…
The O'Connor family has generously gifted Armbrae Academy a half-million dollars to fund “The O’Connor Family Centre for Performance”. The O’Connors are passionate about giving future generations of Armbrae students the kind of support that their children received over many years at Armbrae. Toward that end, the O'Connor Family CFP will focus on pr…
Author Susan MacLeod talks about the personal and professional experiences that inspired 'Dying for Attention', her new graphic novel about long-term care homes. Plus, hear why she's signed up for stand-up comedy lessons in the new year!
Our adventurous duo, Chris and Jan, pay tribute to Bob McDonald, a champion of nature and the outdoors. They share his legacy of inspiring others to find ways to protect and play in Nova Scotia's outdoor environment.
William Lahey's three-year evaluation into how the Province is following through on his Independent Review of Forest Practices in Nova Scotia finds only five of 45 recommendations have been completely implemented. Hear his reaction to the lack of progress.
More than a decade and millions of dollars after it began, the process to replace Canada's old CF 18 fighter jets continues. Just two bids are left in the replacement process, one is controversial. Military expert Jeff Collins looks at the options and Halifax's connection.
After 113 years, the Baddeck Village Commission is seeking to give up it's status, as a village. Residents will decide at a public meeting tomorrow night. We get a primer on the process from Political Science professor Tom Urbaniak.
Record breaking rain fell last week. Jonathan Buffett, founder and caretaker of the Cape Breton Mesonet - a network of more than 70 private weather stations around the Island, talks about the incredible rainfall totals.
The more things change... the more they stay the same. Professor William Lahey, author of the independent review of Nova Scotia's forest practices, talks about what has, and perhaps more importantly, hasn't been done in the three years since his landmark report on forestry.
During a recent visit, we find out what's cooking at the Whitney Pier Youth Club and learn about the program called "Kid Food Nation". A couple of participants and a youth worker talk about the program that aims to teach kitchen and cooking skills to young people.
A new 93-page moose recovery plan provides a roadmap to increase Nova Scotia's endangered mainland moose population. We hear from a wildlife biologist who says if we don't act on this plan, the iconic mainland moose doesn't stand much of a chance in this province.
The hemlock woolly adelgid, an invasive insect that kills hemlocks, is threatening a vulnerable stand of trees in a much-loved park in Kentville. We'll hear about an effort afoot to save the hemlocks at the Kentville Ravine.
100 millimetres of rain fell in one day in Antigonish town and county, a devastating storm that caused significant damage that included flooded homes and washed out roads. We check in with town mayor Laurie Boucher to hear how residents are faring in the aftermath.
Our healthcare columnist Mary Jane Hampton looks at why the promise for every Nova Scotian to have all their health information in one electronic record can’t come soon enough.
Why does omicron have a much higher number of mutations than previous COVID variants? Does having more mutations make omicron more virulent or destructive? We find out the latest on this new variant of concern from a Nova Scotian who is a world leading expert on variants.
Middle and high school students who would normally attend Cabot Education Centre, near Neil's Harbour, will be learning online. Students from North Highlands Elementary near Bay St. Lawrence, and Cape Smokey Elementary in Ingonish will go back to class in person. To explain some key changes, we hear from Lewis MacDonald of the CB-VRCE, and from Pri…
Hear what was debated and discussed at the latest meeting of Victoria County Council. Freelance journalist Adam McNamara is our Municipal Affairs correspondent for Victoria County.
We focus on Victoria County's storm damage, the cleanup, and what still needs to be repaired. Lyle Donovan is the coordinator for the Emergency Measures Organization for Victoria County. Robie Gourd is an Asset Manager with Parks Canada in Cape Breton.
Grant Timmons is a nurse who's been logging a lot of hours and a lot of miles to serve at Buchanan Memorial Community Health Centre in Neil's Harbour. He gives us a sense of how people are going above and beyond in the aftermath of the storm.
It’s Monday, so that means it time to get your weekly dose of four guys talking into microphones about the stuff they did this week! You can expect to hear Ben, Tim, Matt, and Dylan talk about: Inscryption It Takes Two Arcane Halo Infinte Link’s Awakening on Game & Watch The Deep House Spooky Mannequins Arkham Horror Edge of the Earth And more! Do …
Be an AdvocateBy Deep Water Church
A boatload of help. Fishermen down North have begun ferrying supplies back and forth between Neil's Harbour and Ingonish, we find out how it's going from Osborne Burke, the general manager of Victoria Co-op Fisheries in Neil's Harbour.
A backlog of surgeries, long wait times, and burnout in the industry. That describes the situation for pet owners in the CBRM. Current Affairs correspondent Brittany Wentzell looks into the shortage of vets in Cape Breton.
One of Cape Breton's best known businessmen and philanthropists - John Eyking of Millville, of Eyking Egg fame, died on Saturday, at age 90. Sharing some stories and memories about John Sr. is his son, Mark.
We check back with Lyle Donovan, the EMO coordinator for Victoria County, Jamie Chisholm is District Director for the Eastern Zone with Nova Scotia Public Works, and Robie Gourd is Asset Manager for Parks Canada in Cape Breton, for the latest on people and infrastructure affected by last week's storm.* CLARIFICATION: The detour around the Gold Broo…
The Chronicle Herald reports that at least three people in this province have been refused treatment by their doctors, because they weren't vaccinated against Covid-19. We ask Information Morning's legal columnist Wayne MacKay about the legal repercussions and remedies.
Nova Scotia's chief medical officer of health answers questions about the new omicron COVID-19 variant, new masking guidance to protect against the virus, and new vaccine appointments available for children ages 5 to 11.
Our culture columnist Tara Lynn Taylor tells us how Zuppa Theatre and the Signs of the Maritimes Deaf Theatre Troupe are making the story of the Halifax Explosion more accessible. Plus, hear about Halifax playwright Rachel Franco's newest holiday play.
On Shantideva's Prayer, and what it means to commit to something—to really commit—forever.
God sees us. This changes everything.By Pastor Sam Jess
This is the episode 35 where music is inserted in the podcast and therefore can be played on all podcast players in this episode I get up early in the morning to go to Home Depot Cabela’s IKEA in other places at the same time I talk about Black Friday Garmin sales answer in Outdoor recreation question it in general comments--- Send in a voice messa…
Unexpectedly, but not completely surprisingly, I received an email from a very excited lady from Quebec who claimed to have filmed some odd objects hovering in the sky near her home. She didn’t believe they planes or helicopters… Belia was convinced she witnessed something very unique and she wanted my opinion on the footage she captured. The video…
The Cape Breton Highlands National Park suffered damage in several areas due to this week's wind and rain storm. Robie Gourd, Asset Manager for Parks Canada in Cape Breton, describes the latest on road conditions, and what happens next.
Marine Atlantic has brought back the North Sydney to Argentia summer crossing, after heavy rains cut off Port aux Basques to the rest of of the province. It's a temporary detour to help get people and cargo to points in Newfoundland, while the Trans Canada Highway near Port aux Basques is repaired. Darrell Mercer is the head of Corporate Communicat…
As residents in Northern Cape Breton deal with the aftermath of this week's storm. We check in with our PartyLiner in New Haven, Monica Hogan, to find out how people around Neil's Harbour are coping. Torrential rains washed out one of the main roads into the community.
After Kai Matthews died of meningitis in June 2021, his family launched an initiative to educate people about the vaccine that could have prevented their son's death. Now, they're launching a new vaccine program at Acadia University to protect students against meningitis.
Ten innovative new businesses won this year's Spark competition for early-stage startup companies in Nova Scotia. We meet Richard Grant and Donald Jewkes, the student entrepreneurs behind LIven Beverages.
Halifax's poet laureate is leading a workshop that reflects on rousing the imagination during these strange times. Sue Goyette shares her pandemic writing experience and talks about the importance of creating through crisis.
A couple of weeks ago we pitted some bottles from our cellars against each other and had our listeners vote on which one we would open! As selected by our listeners, we check in on a bottle of 2017 Saison de Pinot from North Brewing and Benjamin Bridge Wines. We chatted with Jean-Benoit from Benjamin Bridge about this project in Episode 64, so give…
Interview with Floyd Kane - Augy sits down to film/TV writer & producer Floyd Kane. Floyd is garnering the attention of many in the television landscape as his legal drama "Diggstown" is receiving critical acclaim on both CBC and Fox networks. With his usual focus on community conversations, Augy listens as Floyd chronicles his deep connection to t…
The province will be taking a shot at getting the COVID-19 vaccine into the arms of 5-11 year olds in Nova Scotia. Dr. Robert Strang, Nova Scotia's Chief Medical Officer of Health, describes how and when the vaccine rollout will happen.