Wednesday May 21st on The Morning News
Workplace bullying is becoming a real problem in Canada and around the world. At 6:45 Erin Trafford will speak with to two experts involved in bringing an International Work Place Bully-Free conference to Halifax and find out how they want to target the problem.
At 7:15 we’ll talk with Joan Jessome about the Nova Scotia Government and General Employees Unions legal action against the provincial government. The NSGEU filed a statement of claim with the Nova Scotia Supreme court arguing the Essential Home Support Services Act – violates home support workers right to bargain collectively.
Huntington’s disease is inherited and it slowly robs its victims of their brain function. May is Huntington disease awareness month. At 7:45 we’ll speak to two members of a family touched by this illness and find out more about how it impacts families.
At 8:15 Doctor Conter will drop by for his regular weekly talk about health issues.
At 8:45 we’ll find out about a new Hip-Hop music night taking place at The Company House called Droppin’ Science. Local DJ Uncle Fester and well-known MC Ghettosocks will be on to talk about re-connecting a fragmented scene in our city.