The Rick Howe Show

The Rick Howe Show

The Rick Howe Show – Tuesday, May 21, 2019

9 a.m.

Councillor Matt Whitman joins us first this morning to talk about the city’s current policies on public art and the naming of parks and streets and how it relates to the statue of Edward Cornwallis. As of right now, e-scooters are not defined under the Highway Traffic Act, but they may soon be part of HRM’s morning and afternoon commutes. We talk about it with Max Rastelli of Segway Nova Scotia. Fisherman Tim Kaiser tells us why he is opposed to a proposal that would protect some marine areas along the eastern shore.Stephanie Robertson of Friends of Point Pleasant Park talks with us about this September’s tree cull in Point Pleasant Park.

10 a.m.

Open Hour

11 a.m.

We talk about Lyme disease, its causes, symptoms, risks, treatment and prevention with naturopathic Dr. Brian Rade and director of the Nova Scotia branch of CanLyme Donna Lugar.

12 p.m.

Dr. Robert Miller is one of the ER doctors launch GoFundMe page for long-term-care beds. He gives us an update. The Chronicle Herald’s entertainment reporter Stephen Cooke tells us what’s hot at the box office this week. 

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Host: Rick Howe
Phone: 902.493.7132

Producer: Katie Hartai