Wednesday Aug. 13th on The Morning News
At 6:45 learn about the benefits of infant massage. Parents can bond with their babies while offering a helping hand (or two.) Certified Infant Massage Instructor Kylie Field chats about the classes she’s hosting at Nurtured.
At 7:15 we’ll be joined by Deputy Fire Chief Roy Hollett to address a couple “burning” issues during wild fire season. We’ll talk to the Deputy Chief about new open air regulations that have been in the news recently and get some advice about using those popular chimineas in our backyards.
A beloved Halifax vintage shop is reborn in modern fashion! At 7:45 Sarah Dunsworth chats about why she’s opening a Junk and Foibles pop-up shop in Downtown Halifax – for one month only – to showcase some of her favourite finds.
At 8:15 we’ll use our “Doctor’s Visit” segment to talk about a story that has gone beyond the medical headlines. The whole world is watching as the Ebola virus continues to spread across West Africa. At 8:15, Dr. Conter will join us to let us know how concerned we should be about it ever reaching Nova Scotia.
Have you ever dreamed of watching hilarious and adorable cat videos on a huge outdoor screen? If you have, there’s a great event this weekend that is purr-fect for you! At 8:45 we’ll talk with the organizers of Just for Cats! Outdoor Cat Film Festival.
It was a golden weekend in Moscow as Halifax paddler Mark De Jonge took top prize in the K-1 200 metre final at the 2014 ICF Canoe Sprint World Championships. The newly minted champ is back in Halifax to celebrate and will bring along his medal to the red table at 8:50.