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  • Dalhousie University

    Former deputy prime minister Anne McLellan named Dalhousie chancellor

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    HALIFAX – Dalhousie University has named former deputy prime minister Anne McLellan as its new chancellor. The school in Halifax says the former Liberal politician will be installed as its seventh chancellor on May 25. McLellan is originally from Nova Scotia and is the chairwoman of the Dalhousie Advisory Council. The Edmonton-based former politician got

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  • NDP says new health board lacks diversity

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    HALIFAX – The NDP in Nova Scotia says the province has failed to appoint people of diverse backgrounds to a new health authority. NDP Leader Maureen MacDonald says the nine members of the Provincial Health Authority Board don’t represent different ethnic groups or women. MacDonald says eight of the nine appointments are men and six

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  • The Sheldon MacLeod Show – 5 pm

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    Monday February 23, 2014 We’ll discuss leaky roofs with Doug Hadley of the Halifax Regional School Board. We discuss the Chronicle Herald lockout with Martin O’Hanlon, president CWA Canada. We speak with Justin Kozuch about his Tilt Campaign for Elijah Marsh’s funeral. We catch up with columnist Stephen Kimber.

  • The Sheldon MacLeod Show – 5 pm

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    Friday February 20, 2015 We catch up with Megan Leslie, MP.  NDP Sterling Belliveau joins us to discuss the Lobster Levy. Michael Hughes tells us about a the review calling you significant changes to student union governance . We kick off the weekend with Justin Zinck, manager at Garrison Brewing and our friend Todd the

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  • The Rick Howe Show – 11 AM

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    Saturday February 14, 2015 Former NHL hockey player and Stanley Cup champion Jon Sim joins us to discuss Hockey Day in Canada. Author Martin Jones tells us about the hockey spirit in Dartmouth. We talk hockey with district 6 Harbourview Burnside Dartmouth East Councillor Darren Fisher. Chairman of the Long Pond hockey game Dave Hunter tells us

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  • The Rick Howe Show – 10 AM

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    Saturday February 14, 2015 Executive director Hockey NS Darren Cossar joins us on site to tell us about his organization. Veteran reporter Al Hollingsworth tells us some old time hockey stories. Former Toronto Maple Leaf Wendel Clark joins us to discuss Hockey Day in Canada.

  • Justice minister promises mother report on son’s death in Burnside jail

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    HALIFAX – Nova Scotia’s minister of justice says she will give the mother of a man who died in a provincial jail copies of an internal inquiry once police have finished their investigation. Twenty-three-year-old Clayton Cromwell was found unresponsive in his cell at the Central Nova Scotia Correctional Facility in Halifax on April 7. A

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  • The Sheldon MacLeod Show – 4 pm

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    Monday February 11, 2015 Municipal Matters with Tim Bousquet and Jacob Boon.

  • Feb. 9: How to reduce belly fat

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    Food and nutrition expert Rose Reisman looks at the dangers of belly fat and how to reduce it.

  • The Sheldon MacLeod Show – 5 pm

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    Monday February 9, 2015 Holly Davy, President of the Nova Scotia Secondary School Student’s Association tells us about what they think about the Action Plan for Education. We get an update from Parliament Hill from Cormac MacSweeney. Shachi Kurl, VP of Angus Reid Global tells us about the results of a survey on technology in

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