Wednesday September 3rd on The Morning News
Wednesday marks the first day of school for most students in Halifax/Dartmouth. Reporter Brett Ruskin will be live at 6/7/8am from outside one of the busiest schools in the city to remind us all of how we can help keep kids safe on the streets on this busy day, he’ll also have a live interview with a member of the Halifax Regional School Board about the importance of crosswalk safety at this time of year.
Cancer touches the lives of just about every Canadian, but many aren’t as familiar with bladder cancer. The Canadian Cancer Society estimates about 1 in 27 Canadian men will develop bladder cancer during his lifetime and 1 in 206 will die from it. This month will mark the very first Halifax bladder cancer run to raise awareness about the disease. We’ll talk with two organizers at 6:45.
At 7:15 we’ll feature another Atlantic Fringe Festival production. The folks from “The Doppler Effect Productions” will be by to tell us all about their latest project being staged at the Museum of Natural History.
After a successful first run in Halifax this summer, Right Some Good is going back to its roots in Cape Breton this week. North America’s original pop-up food festival prides itself not only on bringing in world class chefs but also using students from NSCC campuses across Nova Scotia. At 7:45 we’ll talk to founder Pearleen Moffard and an apprentice chef from NSCC to talk about this week’s big events!
We know it’s back to school for all the kids this week but let’s talk about a club that promotes recess…for adults! The Halifax Sport & Social Club has been a fixture on the scene for years now and they are back once again for Fall 2014. We’ll meet sport manager Chris Miller to give us the lowdown on what’s available during out Get Fit segment of the show.