Tuesday July 22nd on The Morning News
The folks at Shelter Nova Scotia is looking for motivated individuals and business leaders to get involved and see what it’s like to live on the street by taking part in the Sleep-Out For Change Challenge. At 6:45 we’ll talk with Executive Director Don Spicer about this year’s event and how it hopes to shed some light on what it’s like to live without a permanent home in our city.
Are you ever offended by the actions or words of another person? At 7:15 we’ll meet a man who is hoping to ban the word “offended’ from the English Language. We’ll find out why.
Summertime means school’s out and a whole new crop of young workers are heading out to work summer jobs. For many of them that means earning money for the first time. At 7:45 our Money Sense expert Leann Salyzyn will drop by to give us some tips on how to teach our kids good habits for spending money.
Mmm… mussels! At 8:15 we’ll learn how to prepare, store and serve the maritime fare with Nova Scotia’s Kilted Chef. He’ll serve up some sensational seafood at the red table!
Thanks to popular demand, Local Traveller Gillian Wesley will return to the Morning News at 8:45 to uncover another hidden in our own back yard – this week we take a trip to beautiful Annapolis Royal.