Wednesday August 20th on The Morning News
At 6:45 Jeff Walsh and Robbie MacDonald – the award winning owners of Nova Physiotherapy will drop by the red table. Since opening back in 2004 in Timberlea, the company has now grown with locations in Bedford and Burnside. And now they have a cool 3-D Gait Analysis System – it’s state of the art technology that helps prevent and treat running and walking injuries.
At 7:15 we’ll check in with local passenger rights advocate Gabor Lukacs about his latest attempt to level the playing field when it comes to air travel in this country. We’ll hear about his latest court challenge against Canada’s Transportation Agency and why he says people need to speak out against unfair airline practices.
The Prismatic Arts Festival is finally here! At 7:45 find out why this year’s edition of Canada’s only multi-arts festival featuring culturally diverse and aboriginal artists is shaping up to be bigger and more accessible than ever.
Art Bikers brings art into Halifax neighborhoods so that people of all ages, from all walks of life can experience the joy of creating. At 8:15 find out how the mural project in Bayers Westwood is coming along.
And we’ll get a preview of Wednesday night’s Rise Again concert happening at the Metro Centre. It’s part fundraiser, part celebration – all to support the cancelled 2014 Stan Rogers Folk Festival. It will be a who’s who of Nova Scotia music. And at 8:45 John Landry of the Stanfields will stop by to tell us why so many musicians are getting involved.