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The importance of listening to the athlete’s voice cannot be understated. The Sport Nova Scotia Podcast will host athletes and subject matter experts who will cover everything from body image and over exercising to eating disorders, athlete-coach relationships, psychological maltreatment, training-life balance, and transitioning out of sport. This six-episode mental health series was created by athletes, for athletes.
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All Hands on Tech, hosted by Eilish and Greg, brings together Nova Scotia’s tech community to uncover the secrets of what makes our province the best place for collaboration, innovation, and growth. Each episode hear from local digital experts as we dive into all of the amazing things happening in Nova Scotia’s fastest-growing sector and learn why so many organizations and individuals are calling Canada’s Ocean Playground home. All Hands on Tech is proudly produced by Digital Nova Scotia (DN ...
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Welcome to NS Politicast, where I talk about current events in NS I am always looking for knowledgeable people to enlighten me, if you have expertise in a subject i have covered and would like to set me straight you can find me on Twitter @NSPoliticast or as NS Politicast on Facebook
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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.
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The Legal Information Society, the public’s trusted source for legal information since 1982. LawLISNS are short legal information podcasts presented by the Legal Information Society of Nova Scotia (LISNS - pronounced 'listens'). LawLISNS talk about everyday legal problems in Nova Scotia, your rights and responsibilities, and ways to work things out.
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Friends of Cherry Hill Beach are committed to preventing a development of an RV Park adjacent to the beach and directly across from the newly designated nature reserve endangering the piping plover & destroying its ecosystem. This RV Park would have detrimental effects to both the beach and nature reserve.
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An update from the cybersecurity company CrowdStrike caused what was reportedly the largest computer outage in history. It grounded airplanes, closed businesses, and more. Our tech columnist Nur Zincir-Heywood joins us to look at what went wrong and will there be repercussions.
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This podcast hears host Sophie and guest Luke Berryman discuss the athletic journey, from grassroots to varsity sport. Listen to Luke discuss experiences of seeing friends exit sport, athletic identity, and ways to engage with sport after the competitive 'athlete' experience ends. Luke Berryman is currently a soccer athlete and coach who captains t…
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Join hosts Ashley and Claire as they immerse themselves into the world of tech marketing with Katie Langton, a Marketing Technology Strategist at Verb Interactive. Founded in Halifax, Nova Scotia, in 2004, Verb Interactive is a digital marketing and technology company specializing in travel and hospitality. The conversation spans a range of topics,…
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Every day, video games bring millions of people together, all around the globe. The more gaming technology advances, the more it transcends barriers, so more people can join the fun. The CBC's Erin MacInnis is our gaming columnist. She's back, with a look at accessibility for blind gamers.
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Signal Gold is applying for permission from the federal government to dump effluent from two proposed open-pit mines near Goldboro into seven waterways that currently are habitat for several species of fish. To off-set the damage, they're proposing to rehabilitate five other waterways. Hear why some groups say that's not good enough.…
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Back in the fall, we told you about an accessibility project at Dalhousie's MacEachen Institute. It was to explore how the tourism industry could better support people with disabilities. Principal investigator Kevin Quigley and participant Tara Niekamp tell us what they've learned.
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We've been talking about last week's deadly flash flooding in the Annapolis Valley, and how our province needs a more robust emergency alert system for extreme weather events. We connect with a hydrologist at the United States' National Weather Service to find out how they predict and alert the public about flash floods.…
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Hurry up and wait: That's what members of Valley Search and Rescue in the Annapolis Valley are doing. They are preparing to help with wildfire evacuations in Labrador City at a moment's notice. Information Morning's Erin MacInnis found out how they're preparing for anything.
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Fisheries and Oceans Canada is seeking feedback on a draft of its national strategy on Atlantic salmon. The goal of the strategy is to restore and maintain Atlantic salmon populations and habitats. Neville Crabbe is the Executive Director of the Atlantic Salmon Federation. He shares his thoughts on the draft.…
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Halls Harbour was one of the most dramatic scenes from last week's flash flooding in the Annapolis Valley. The causeway at the bottom of the road that loops around the harbour collapsed. That sent a torrent of water spilling over the road in the harbour. We check in with the owner of Halls Harbour Lobster Pound and Restaurant.…
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Some people in Nova Scotia, including Premier Tim Houston, are not happy with some of the public spaces chosen to be designated encampment sites. Max Chauvin, director of housing and homelessness for the Halifax Regional Municipality, weighs in on the decision and reaction.
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A growing trend on TikTok is all about improving your facial structure. The videos seem aimed at boys and men who want to achieve a more 'masculine' appearance. They feature tips for sharpening your jawline.To talk about how these trends could affect oral health, we talk with Dr. Claire Karst with the Nova Scotia Dental Association.…
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The Sons of Membertou are just back from the performance of their lives. The music group performed over several days in Washington, D.C. as part of the Smithsonian Folklife Festival. They left the festival with a new record deal. Graham Marshall is a co-founder of The Sons of Membertou.
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For decades, health professionals and policy makers have been sounding the alarm about an epidemic of childhood obesity. Some experts say that fixation on childhood weight has led to increased stigma from peers, parents, teachers, and even doctors. Our nutrition columnist Jennifer Brady explains.
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SailGP has confirmed that Halifax will not be hosting the international sailing competition in 2025. It's disappointing news for everyone who took in the exciting foiling races in Halifax Harbour in June. SailGP Canada team manager Jen Hall talks about the future of Team Canada, and Halifax as a venue, in the racing series.…
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What's more exciting than watching Team Canada advance through the Copa America? Watching Nova Scotia's Jacob Shaffelburg shine on the world soccer stage. We connect with his former coach in New England, to find out what he thought of last night's semi-final game and how far Shaffelburg's come since his school days.…
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The Nova Scotia Human Rights Commission has called on people to protect the 2SLGBTQ+ community from "hateful rhetoric" on social media. Our legal columnist Wayne MacKay talks about hate speech online as it pertains to the law, and some of the ways it's being prosecuted in Canada.
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For three decades, this youth organization has helped thousands of young people take to the open sea where they've worked sails, built boats and made friends for life. Portia chats with the Nova Scotia Sea School's executive director Heather Kelday, and alumni turned instructor Ellie O'Driscoll.
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Questions remain about why on Monday, it took almost three hours for the province to issue an official alert after Halifax Water posted a boil water advisory on its website. HRM councillor Pam Lovelace asks for answers from both levels of government about the delay.
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The Cole Harbour Rural Heritage Society is continuing the legacy of one of its founding members. Rosemary Eaton was an English photojournalist who moved to the area in the 1960s. She immediately fell in love with the sights and sounds of the Cole Harbour Salt Marsh, and fought tirelessly to protect it from urban development. The CBC's Erin MacInnis…
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The Nova Scotia government wants to make rural location shooting for film and television more appealing, by offering a financial incentive for production teams. They'll have to spend at least half their shooting schedules outside of Halifax to qualify. Screen Nova Scotia executive director Laura McKenzie explains.…
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Teenagers often interpret and reflect their lives through slang. Author Stephen Marche recently wrote about that in an opinion piece for the New York Times. He tells the CBC's Carsten Knox how this use of language helped him understand his son's perspective on the world.
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