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Welcome to The Discover Halifax Podcast. A podcast that highlights the unique and unparalleled local expertise, innovation, and infrastructure of Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada. Your host Paul Bailey will interview local experts and global leaders about Life Sciences, Natural Resources, Aerospace, Oceans and Technology. Learn why Halifax is the smart city to host your conference, delegates, and clients. If you’re an event or meeting planner, an association or corporate group this is the Podcas ...
 
This podcast will put a smile on your face, and a pep in your step. I'm sure you can remember a time when you've laughed so hard that you just have a permanent smile on your face. That gives you the feeling that nothing can rain on your parade. That's the feeling we're striving to create in you with this improv podcast.Listen to an episode or two, and experience the power of laughter.Subscribe to Hilarious Halifax so you can laugh along with us in the next episode.
 
Halifax Is Burning : Interviews is a podcast that shines a spotlight on feature length conversations with musicians, artists, and interesting people from Canada's East Coast and beyond. Halifax Is Burning is a radio show dedicated to promoting the best in Atlantic Canadian music. Airing Tuesdays on CKDU 88.1FM in Halifax, NS at 6:30pm, the show was named Music Nova Scotia's Radio Program of the Year for the last five years and won the East Coast Music Award for Media Outlet of the Year in bo ...
 
Welcome to AFX, The Animation Festival of Halifax! An annual gathering that celebrates all things animation from Halifax and beyond. The festival showcases the best of what the Halifax animation scene has to offer: innovative artistic achievements, friendly local industry events, thoughtful discussions, and chances for everyone to get creative. The festival is proud to be growing while remaining true to the collective resourcefulness and hospitality of the region.
 
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Grace McNutt and Linnea Swinimer are the Minute Women, two Haligonians who host a podcast of the same name about Canadian history as seen through a lens of Heritage Minutes (minutewomenpodcast.ca). In a lively celebration of the show's second birthday, they stop by to reveal how curling brought them together in podcast — and now BFF — form, their f…
 
When Albert Lee's father moved to Halifax from China as a child, his dad was the only Chinese boy in the city. That was 1916. Halifax and Nova Scotia have changed a lot since then. Hear from Lee, a community historian, and Rohini Bannerjee, the associate vice-president of Diversity Excellence at Saint Mary’s University, ahead of their upcoming pane…
 
Economist Barry Watson from U.N.B. is the lead author of a paper called "Are Populists Insecure About Themselves or About Their Country? Political Attitudes and Economic Perceptions." We ask him about a racist conspiracy theory known as "The Great Replacement," which was reportedly espoused by the suspected shooter in Buffalo.…
 
Anne Perry has been spreading awareness about colorectal cancer since her husbands diagnosis in 2018. He passed away in 2019. In this interview, Anne tells Mainstreet's Alex Guye why she is still so motivated to spread awareness, and how she came to be hosting one of four major Push for Your Tush in person events across the country.…
 
Today is the first day of the Off The Eaten Path Asian Food Festival in Halifax. To guide us through some of the items on offer, host Jeff Douglas was joined by a local ambassador of Korean home cooking, JinHo Baek. He goes by Tall Asian Dad on Facebook where he shares photos, recipes and how-to cooking videos.…
 
Black beauty advocate Samantha Dixon Slawter has been fighting for 30 years for proper training for stylists who do Black and natural hair care. In 2019, she applied to the province to have the "Black Beauty Culture Hair Innovator" recognized as a voluntary trade in Nova Scotia, and earlier this month, the province announced it was doing just that.…
 
The Mass Casualty Commission is expected to hear from five RCMP members over the next couple of weeks, but a lawyer representing families of some of the victims says in all five cases, requests were made to modify how their evidence will be received. Host Jeff Douglas spoke with Michael Scott, a criminal defence and litigation lawyer with Patterson…
 
A paper released today in "Nature Reviews Earth and Environment" found that wind is carrying microplastics much faster than water, and it calls for a strategy of testing for microplastics world-wide that could lead to more effective prevention and management of plastic pollution. Host Jeff Douglas spoke with co-author Steve Allen, a researcher with…
 
A new study published earlier this year suggests that wastewater effluent brimming with pharmaceutical residue may lead to the contamination of fish in our waters. Mainstreet's 'Ocean Guy' Boris Worm from Dalhousie University tells guest host Preston Mulligan about the Florida-based study and its implications.…
 
For a show (and cult film) out of the mid-1970s, The Rocky Horror Show was ahead of its time in its depiction of queerness and gender and—save a handful of instances—has aged surprisingly well enough to fit into this contemporary time. Neptune Theatre's production opens this week (running through June 26) and director Jeremy Webb and actors Alliste…
 
Janice Maloney, executive director of KMKNO, responds to comments from the president of the Unified Fisheries Conservation Alliance that some of his members are worried that some of their lobster quota could be taken in order to accommodate more Indigenous access to the fishery. The KMKNO works on behalf of the Mi’kmaq to implement treaty rights, i…
 
Rachele Manett is the winner of the 2022 Sexcellence Award by Sexual Health Nova Scotia. The education coordinator with Venus Envy in Halifax spoke with host Jeff Douglas about how they become interested in sex education, and helping others navigate what can be uncomfortable conversations.
 
Halifax-based writer K.R. Byggdin's first book sees its main character Isaac leaving his adopted home of Halifax to return to the rural Mennonite community he grew up in. KR is originally from Manitoba and has been travelling the country to promote the book. The last stop of the tour is the Dalhousie Student Union Building on April 30.…
 
Bystanders is the first feature length film for Nova Scotia director Koumbie. It tells the story of six friends who get together and discover that one of them has a shocking secret. Mainstreet 's Emma Smith visited the set on Thursday and chatted with the director and cast.
 
In 1994, Elizabeth Murphy, Patrick Christopher Carter, and Jean Morpurgo staged a now-legendary, free production of Twelfth Night in Point Pleasant Park. On that summer weekend, Shakespeare By The Sea was born, anchoring every summer in Halifax with a slate of Shakespeare and a company-created family show. As its 28th season dawns, Murphy—the survi…
 
With most provinces now releasing only weekly COVID-19 numbers, Tara Moriarty, director of the Moriarty lab at the University of Toronto, tells Jeff she felt more information was needed. Her calculations for the number of new infections on April 13 revealed a startling number of actual new COVID-19 infections in Nova Scotia.…
 
Noelle McGough and Charlene Helm are entrepreneurs and co authors on a collaborative book called, 'Women Who Lead: Timeless Life, Career, and Business Secrets from Inspiring Women Around the World'. They talk about how they met and their chapter, in the book called 'Your Yes, Your Success'.
 
COVID-19 and staff shortages have put a strain on Nova Scotia's health sector. Mandy Grant of Dartmouth tells Jeff Douglas she saw the effects on the hospital system first-hand before and after her recent surgery at the QEII Infirmary in Halifax.
 
Kevin McMullin the Business manager for the International Union of Operating Engineers Local 727 which represents paramedics in the province says right now one in five paramedics is off the job in Nova Scotia. McMullin tells Jeff there are various reasons for the shortage.
 
It's been a few years since Halifax had a dedicated queer theatre festival, but that changes April 26 with OutFest. Produced by Page1 Theatre, the event's goal is to "provide a platform for multi-disciplinary artists to create stories that reflect our community, both past and present." Page1's artistic director Isaac Mulè stops by to give an overvi…
 
The federal government has announced it will provide Sipekne'katik First Nation with $326,700 to help ongoing research at the site of the former Shubenacadie Residential School. Host Jeff Douglas spoke with Dorene Bernard, a Mi'kmaw elder and residential school survivor, and Marc Miller, the minister of Crown-Indigenous Relations, who were at the a…
 
Research published in the international journal Nature last week suggests that for the first time, the world may now be on track to meet the international target of limiting global warming to an average of two degrees. How certain are we? Can we have a little celebration, or is more study needed? Host Jeff Douglas spoke with oceans expert Boris Wor…
 
Three climate researchers have been crunching 60 years of weather data to better understand what's happening with extreme weather events in Nova Scotia. Host Jeff Douglas spoke with Dalhousie University students Samantha Rebitt and Cambrie Levy, and assistant professor Manuel Helbig, about their work.…
 
A single mother living in the heritage district of Lunenburg, N.S., is fighting to get back into her apartment of six years after the water and power were shut off when the landlord began demolition work on the building earlier this month. CBC Mainstreet's Emma Smith spoke to the tenant and the landlord.…
 
An art installation that has evolved across many mediums over the years, will now come in the form of an orchestrated stage production. Holly Carr is a visual and performance artist. She talks about why she began the Light in the Forest Wellness project, and what she hopes in can do for people.
 
And what can a guy who lived in a bathtub in Ancient Greece, and a she-wolf in Dante's Inferno, tell us about what we're up against when we try to part with our stuff -- and avoid accumulating more? Mainstreet host Jeff Douglas talks with professional organizer Kim Eagles, and Atlantic School of Theology prof David Deane.…
 
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