Monday June 2nd on The Morning News
The Nova Scotia Conservancy of Canada will be running the second community even of the season in Nova Scotia this weekend. Volunteers are needed to help with the fourth annual Buckthorn Beatdown at the Pubwash Estuary. The Buckthorn is an invasive species that is slowly taking over the natural habitat of the area. At 645 we’ll talk with a coordinator of this weekend’s event.
Have you been noticing a lot of For Sale signs up in your neighbourhood these days? Us too. At 7:15 Realtor and Multi-Platform personality Vanessa Roman joins us to talk about the Halifax Housing Market.
We get Back to Basics in the kitchen with Chef Live at 7:45 and learn about the key to great homemade soup. Chef Richard Julien shares the simple steps to creating your own vegetable and chicken stock at home.
At 8:15 we’ll meet the organizers of the Cyclesmith Junior Racing Team – a group of young riders who train and compete together at events across Canada.
Our in-depth look at the finalists for the Casino NS Artist-in-Residence program continues at 8:45. We chat with Jessie Brown & the Black Divine who’ve been making a name for themselves on the East Coast over the past two years.