Tuesday July 15th on The Morning News
At 6:45 we’ll learn more about the Moore’s Canadian Suit Drive. This year the Suit Drive aims to secure more than 50,000 pieces of clothing to help men and women transition into the workforce. Phil Bennet of Moore’s CLothing will join us to let us know how we can help.
First Nation leaders, Elders and youth from across the country will gather in Mi’kmaq territory this week for the Assembly of First Nations 35th national Annual General Assembly taking place at the Halifax World Trade and Convention Centre. At 7:15 we’ll talk with one regional chief who will identify some key priorities up for discussion.
At 7:45 we’ll meet Chris de Waal – owner of Getaway Farm – an old-school farm in Canning Nova Scotia with a brand new retail outlet in the Hydrostone area.
A very posh picnic that originated in Paris is popping up in Halifax. The city’s first Dîner en Blanc will feature fabulous food, music and guests dressed entirely in white. We’ll get the inside scoop on this elite affair Tuesday at 8:15am.
It’s a big summer for friends of the show “Gloryhound.” The Halifax rockers recently released their debut full length album entitled Loaded Gun and are about to take the new tunes on the road on a summer-long tour. At 8:45 Evan & Dave will join us to talk about the new record and we’ll get a live performance.