Wednesday May 28th on The Morning News
A 5-year campaign launched this week, to raise $10 million to support cancer research in Atlantic Canada. At 6:45 we’ll hear about breakthroughs made right in our backyard, such as the discovery of “micro-vessicles” — tiny packets packets of cellular information floating in our blood, that let researchers analyze cancer cells in the body without actually surgically investigating.
There is a lot of buzz surrounding the famous “Right Some Good” pop-up food festival coming to Halifax in late June. at 7:15 founder Pearleen Moffard will stop by to dish even more details, revealing unique Halifax pop-up locations and the World Class Chefs that will be attending the Halifax leg of Right Some Good 2014!
At 7:45 we’ll learn more about the 6th annual Raise A Little Hellp fundrasier for Habitat For Humanity. Chris Mosher of Delta Halifax and Denise Fawthrop of Habitat For Humanity will join us to talk about what to expect for the night June 5th.
You’re familiar with Burger Week now meet Halifax Fitness Week. It’s a chance to try 6 different locally owned fitness studios for only 5 bucks a visit. All proceeds go to “Sparks Fly” helping students get fit and stay focused. We’ll get a jumpstart with two workouts in one segment Wednesday at 8:15 on The Morning News.
Studies show half of Canadian homeowners plan to sell their homes in the next 5 years. To help those soon-to-be-seller get ready, at 8:45 we’ll be joined by host of HGTV’s Critical Listing, Carson Arthur. He’ll have helpful tips to spruce up backyards and improve curb appeal.