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  • The Sheldon MacLeod Show – 5 pm

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    Wednesday January 21, 2015 We’re joined by Communities and Residents for Sustainable Transportation (CREST) spokesperson Ray Wagner. Harv Stewart joins us for an update on the sports world. We speak with Marty of the new Facebook group “Nova Scotia Confessions”.

  • The Rick Howe Show – 10 AM

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    Wednesday January 21, 2015 Mid-week Meltdown

  • WestJet adds more Halifax flights

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    WestJet is adding more flights to and from Stanfield International, the largest increase since they started servicing Halifax in 2003. As of July, the airline is adding daily non-stop flights to Sydney, Gander and Deer Lake. They’re also increasing the number of daily flights to Ottawa, St. John’s and Toronto. Specific details have also been

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  • Halifax Water

    Work underway on Lake Major dam fishway

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    Work on the fish ladder adjoining the Lake Major dam is underway now and is expected to continue until about 5 p.m. today. The process will see large rocks placed at the base of the dam near the fish ladder. Crews with then work to reinforce the fish ladder itself by filling it in with

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  • The Sheldon MacLeod Show – 2 pm


    Tuesday January 13, 2015 We’re joined by HRM Transportation Coordinator Eddie Robar. Sean Gillis joins us from to discuss “It’s More Than Buses”. We speak with Red Seal Chef Les Porter of the Souls Harbour Rescue Mission.

  • Nova Centre construction site

    Nova Centre crane climber pleads not guilty

    Dan Ahlstrand 1

    One of the men charged after getting caught climbing a construction crane in downtown Halifax has pleaded not guilty to charges of resisting arrest and assaulting a police officer. On September 30th, two men were seen climbing one of the cranes on the Nova Centre site around 1 a.m. According to The Chronicle Herald, 23-year-old

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  • The Rick Howe Show – 12 pm


    Wednesday December 31, 2014 Canadian Press Reporter Murray Brewster joins us for an update on Afghanistan. George Murphy from Consumers for Fair Gas Prices gives us his latest gas price prediction. We get a flu update from Capital Health medical officer Dr. Robin Taylor. HRP Constable Pierre Bourdages and City spokesperson Tiffany Chase tell us

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    Report clears Cape Breton police after man breaks ankle during arrest

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    SYDNEY, N.S. – Nova Scotia’s Serious Incident Response Team says there are no grounds to consider charges against police after a man broke his ankle during an arrest in July. In a report released today, investigators say a 27-year-old man who was a suspect in a home invasion in Sydney, N.S., was arrested by Cape

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  • Police trying to find owner of a large sum of lost cash

    Meghan Groff 2

    Halifax Regional Police are looking for the owner of a large sum of money. They say an employee at Quinpool Centre found the cash around noon in the parking lot at 6169 Quinpool Road on Friday, December 19th. They say there was nothing to identify the owner. Police say money was inside an item along

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  • The Sheldon MacLeod Show – 4 pm

    Jenn MacNeil 0

    Thursday December 18, 2014 Thursday Throwndown Open Hour