Wednesday July 23rd on The Morning News
The Canadian Mental Health Association Halifax-Dartmouth Branch has moved right down the street from our Global studios on Gottingen Street. It’s a more visible and accessible location with a storefront service – the first of its kind. Learn more about what this means for you and everyone in our community at 6:45.
The planned closure of Halifax’s beloved off-leash dog park in Africville has dog owners searching for a new place to take their pets. Wednesday night a public information session will allow residents to share thoughts on where a new park should be located. Dog behavior consultant Tristan Flynn joins us at 7:15 to discuss the importance of off-leash parks, and how they help to shape dogs’ behavior to become happier healthier animals.
The oldest winery in Atlantic Canada has done it again. Domaine de Grand Pre is being awarded for the very first vintage of its Reisling. Find out what else is on tap for the nova scotian vineyard tomorrow at 7:45.
Getting married anytime soon? Better get sweating before the wedding! Cyclone Group Fitness is offering a bridal boot camp at the Halifax studio. At 8:15 wwner Elana Liberman will tell us how it’s a chance for brides to get fit, beat stress — and build relationships while they build their bodies.
A new campaign hopes to gather clothing donations for the Big Brothers and Big Sisters. The foundation sells clothing it receives to Value Village (which pays by the pound), and funds 1/4 of the Halifax/Dartmouth Big Brothers/Sisters’ budget. At 8:45 Candy Palmater will join us to share how people can help, along with her plans to walk the Pride Parade route, asking people to donate “the shirts off their backs.”