Tuesday September 2nd on The Morning News
Big news for organic farming as the federal government has kicked in $8 million to the Dalhousie Agricultural campus to boost research. At 6:45, we’ll meet the Director of the Organic Agriculture Centre Of Canada to talk about how Nova Scotia is “Growing Forward.”
At 7:15 we’ll have another installment of our “Share the Wow” segment, looking behind the scenes of the new Central Library in Halifax. Crystal Garrett takes us into the new facility and shows us the new children’s section. She’ll also introduce us to a young girl who is helping to raise money to buy new books for the new space.
At 7:45 our financial guru Leanne Salyzyn of Salyzyn & Associates stops by to tell us more about Registered Education Savings Plans. Leanne has advice on planning for your kids education and that you should R E S P E C T the RESP. Find out what it means for you on Tuesday.
Get the inside scoop on critiquing the best chefs in our region. The Feisty Chef dishes the details on discerning perfectly balanced plates. Get the Gold Medal Goods Tuesday at 8:15!
At 8:45 we’ll talk with well-known Halifax author-artist-activist Jane Kansas about her debut at the Atlantic Fringe Festival. Her one woman show “My Funeral: the dry run” is playing daily at (((Parentheses))) Gallery on Gottingen Street. She’ll tell us how she came up with this unique idea and what else she’s up to these days!