We’ve got a busy show planned for Wednesday on The Morning News. Brett Ruskin will be filling in on the news desk with Crystal Garrett while Paul Brothers is on assignment – moonlighting as a McDonald’s crew-member at the Lacewood Drive location in Halifax. He’ll be rolling up his sleeves and pitching in to help out with the annual McHappy Day activities. Paul will get a taste of just about everything, from working the grill, to drive-thru orders to the front cash! He’ll be live throughout the morning from the Lacewood Drive McDonald’s location starting at 6am so if you’re in the neighbourhood, drop by and say hi and buy a coffee for a good cause.
It’s never too early or too late to get your kids cooking in the kitchen. As you’ve seen in our Uncle Ben’s Cooking with Kids segments in previous weeks, inviting your kids into the kitchen allows for great bonding time for parents and teaches kids skills that will last a lifetime. At 6:45 Crystal will talk dietitian Tara Jones from the IWK Health Centre. She’ll provide more tips on how to get kids excited about eating and cooking healthy meals.
Each year dozens of Nova Scotians lose mobility in their legs and require the use of a wheelchair. Despite the growing number of people who rely on wheelchairs, many public areas are not universally accessible. At 7:15 Brett Ruskin will speak with two people involved with the annual Chair-Leaders campaign to share stories of what it’s like to spend a day in a wheelchair in Halifax.
At 7:45 Paul Brothers will have a feature interview with local McDonald’s owner-operator Dave Murray. He’s been a part of the McDonald’s family for years starting out as a crew member then eventually working his way up to owning his own location.
At 8:15 family physician Dr. Howard Conter will drop by the red table to give us our spring allergy forecast. Plus he’ll have tips on how to weather the symptoms!
The long-awaited, first full length album from musician Dave Sampson is finally here. “No Pressure, No Diamonds” features 9 catchy, heartfelt tunes, many of which were created during his time at Gordie Sampson’s Songcamp. Tune in at 8:45 for a full interview and performance from one of Cape Breton’s up and coming singer-songwriters.