Thursday May 29th on The Morning News
The summer season is approaching and that means warm weather and vacations. While that’s great news for most, this time of the year is particularly difficult for those with diabetes. At 6:45 we’ll talk about options available to diabetics with Dr. Michael Vallis.
Celebrated American poet Maya Angelou died yesterday. She’ll always be remembered for her words and spirit. She touched the lives of people right around the world. At 7:15 we’ll talk with Halifax’s Poet Laureate about Aneglou’s legacy and impact on Nova Scotia.
Nova Scotian athletes, coaches, officials and teams who achieved global greatness this past year were will be rewarded this weekend at the annual Ricoh Sport Awards. At 7:45 Paul will talk with one nominee, rising star Hannah Vaughan. She’s a decorated young paddler and a Rio hopeful, who finished sixth at Worlds this year.
Given warmer weather is just around the corner you may be feeling the need to spruce up your gardens. Planters are a great way to add a punch of colour to your patio, deck or balcony. At 8:15 Peter Cantley, VP of Gardening with Loblaws gives us step-by-step instructions.
It’s been a blast showcasing the final six in contention for Casino Nova Scotia’s Artist In Residence Program. We’ve featured Folk and Hip-hop already and at 8:45 get your cowboy boots and Stetson ready as Country singer TJ King stops by for a chat and performance.