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  • The Sheldon MacLeod Show – 3 pm

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    Monday May 25, 2015 Money Matters with Ken Shea of East Coast Credit Union. We discuss the lobster levy with Terry Zinck. Shachi Kurl, VP Angus Reid tells us about their latest poll about Canadians divided on release of Omar Khadr.

  • One man sent to hospital after drive-by shooting in North Preston

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    A man was rushed to hospital Thursday night after what police are calling a drive-by shooting in North Preston. RCMP officers responded to the call around 9:30 P.M. after a someone called 911 reporting that a number of shots had been fired. RCMP sergeant Alain Leblanc says when officer arrived they found a 27 year

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  • Souls Harbour receives contest money for new kitchen

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    Souls Harbour Rescue Mission has been awarded a $100,000 cheque from the Aviva Community Fund. The Halifax drop-in centre won a contest to pay for a new kitchen. Mission director Michelle Porter says work on the new kitchen will begin next month. “This is really happening,” she told The Sheldon MacLeod Show. “Starting in June,

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  • The Rick Howe Show – 12 PM

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    Tuesday May 12, 2015 We discuss Neptune Theatre with president of the Neptune Theatre Foundation Rob Batherson. President of the Nova Scotia Lighthouse Preservation Society Barry MacDonald joins us in studio to tells us about funding from the federal for the Sambro lighthouse. Marine archaeologist Rob Rondeau tells us about his lecture on the Royal

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  • The Sheldon MacLeod Show – 5 pm

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    Thursday May 7, 2015 We’re joined by Evan Coole of the Benefits Reform Action Group to discuss comments made by Joanne Bernard regarding Employment Support and Income Assistance. Jimi Swinimer tells us about Bike Safety Awareness Week. We catch up with Sir Peter Stoffer. Krista Simon joins us to discuss Bill C-51.

  • The Sheldon MacLeod Show – 2 pm

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    Friday May 1, 2015 We’re joined in studio by Brenton Sparks and Derrick Brett of the Cherry Brook Centre. We discuss the #EveryPlateFull campaign with Nick Jennery of Feed NS. We catch up with James Hutt of the Nova Scotia Citizen’s Health Care Network.

  • The scene of a house fire on Old Guysborough Rd. where three people died.

    Case of man charged in deaths of three in fatal house fire adjourned

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    HALIFAX – The case of a man accused in the deaths of three people in a house fire in the Halifax area has been adjourned for two weeks. Defence lawyer Malcolm Jeffcock said he needs more time to review the most recent psychiatric report on his client Codey Reginald Hennigar, who is charged with three

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  • The Rick Howe Show – 12 PM

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    Thursday April 30, 2015 We discuss partisan political ads with Duff Conacher from Democracy Watch. District 6 Harbourview Burnside Dartmouth East Councillor Darren Fisher gets us ready for tonight’s public meeting about the Shannon Park lands. NDP MLA Truro – Bible Hill – Milbrook – Salmon River Lenore Zann tells us about her bill to

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  • Maclean’s on the Hill – Episode 61

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    Each week, the Maclean’s Ottawa bureau sits down with Cormac MacSweeney to discuss the headlines of the week. This week, we look closer at the economics and politics of the federal budget, talk to former Quebec premier Jean Charest about the passing of Senate Speaker Pierre-Claude Nolin, and hear from the sketch artist who is illustrating the scene in courtroom 33 at the trial of Mike Duffy.

  • THE CANADIAN PRESS/Pawel Dwulit

    Complaints over proposed menthol ban in Nova Scotia swept aside by committee

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    HALIFAX – Legislation that would make it illegal to sell flavoured tobacco including menthol in Nova Scotia is drawing fire from a major tobacco company and a group representing convenience store owners. Eric Gagnon of Imperial Tobacco Canada told the legislature’s law amendments committee Wednesday there is no evidence menthol products are the cause of

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