July 23, 2014 10:04 am

Thursday July 24th on The Morning News

North America’s largest cycling series is coming to nova scotia. The annual MS Bike Tour happens this weekend, featuring hundreds of cyclists riding from Windsor to Wolfville. Thursday on the Morning News we speak with Tim Dunlop, the Director of Development for the MS Society, about what the disease is, and how the funds raised this weekend can help fight it.

The rules of the road are being updated for food trucks in Halifax. Extended hours and new sites are just some of the proposed menu changes. We’ll get a taste of what’s in store for mobile canteens tomorrow at 7:15.

A new food festival is coming to Halifax that focuses exclusively on vegan and vegetarian cuisine. Veg Fest happens this Fall and brings together vegetarian eaters and vegetarian restaurants to share recipes, ideas and lots of food. Similar festivals (in other cities like Toronto) bring in people from across the country, and Halifax organizers Jessie Doyle and Diandra Phipps hope this inaugural festival grows over the years.

A new event is coming to Halifax that pairs up aspiring professionals with world-leading entrepreneurs and thinkers. The “Collide — Creative Technology Conference” hopes to foster new development and ideas in the local tech sector. Thursday on The Morning News, we’ll be speaking with James Boyle about Collide.

Friend of the show, and Pride Celebrity, Contessa will drop by the red table at 8:45 to give us some details about Pride Events coming up this weekend.
Halifax-Morning-News

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