June 24, 2014 11:21 am

Wednesday June 25th on The Morning News


Sacred Pregnancy is a new movement that encourages women to support each other through birth and parenting. It’s a positive way of looking at motherhood as it changes a woman’s life, and rocks her world.  At 6:45 Jessie Harrold will visit  the Morning News to talk about Sacred Pregnancy Nova Scotia.

According to The Ivany Report, a new vision is needed to turn around Nova Scotia’s economy, and it’s on us, the citizens, to come up with it. Well there is a big public forum being held Wednesday night that intends to address the issue. It’s called Citizen Led Change and at 7:15 we’ll meet the organizers and set the scene for the event.

At 7:45 our favourite hair stylist, Jay Wells, will come in to talk about summer hair care.  He says the number one concern for women in summertime is frizz management.  Learn how to keep your hair looking smooth and sleek in the city some refer to as “Halifrizz.”

Looking for a new fitness challenge and great way to take advantage of the summer months? You’re not alone! Jill Chappell heads to Mic Mac Aquatic Club to try her hand at paddling for the first time. Learn to Row tomorrow at 8:15!

Cape Breton singer-songwriter Carleton Stone will drop by for a chat about food and music at 8:45. He’s headlining a pop-up dinner at the Stadacona Drill shed as part of the Right Some Good on Spring Garden even on June 27th and we’ll find out why he wanted to be a part of all the Foodie fun.


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