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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 ...
 
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Wildhood, a new film by Mi'kmaw filmmaker Bretten Hannam was overdubbed in the Mi'kmaw language. Host Jeff Douglas spoke with Tom and Carol Anne Johnson from Eskasoni First Nation, who gained notoriety for overdubbing the animated film Chicken Run, about their involvement with the project.
 
The Canadian television multi-hyphenate Sheri Elwood has spent the past two summers down in Hubbards making Moonshine, a semi-autobiographical drama about the family that runs a summer resort and its adjacent venue (aka The Shore Club). In a spare 15 minutes from creating, co-writing, and directing the second season, she phones in from the shore to…
 
8 We struggled along the coast with great difficulty and finally arrived at Fair Havens, near the town of Lasea. 9 We had lost a lot of time. The weather was becoming dangerous for sea travel because it was so late in the fall, and Paul spoke to the ship’s officers about it. 10 “Men,” he said, “I believe……
 
The Discover Halifax Podcast highlights all the sector expertise and research stories coming out of Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada. Learn about the people contributing globally to solve some of the world’s largest problems. Join Dr. Michael Metzger and Dr. Chongyin Yang as they discuss the Dahn Battery Lab at Dalhousie University. The lab focuses on …
 
Welcome to the September / October 2021 episode of The Halifax Arts Podcast. In this episode of the podcast we welcome Halifax band The Orielles (who have just played at The Piece Hall and who will be taking part in a Q&A after a showing of their film La Vita Olistica at Square Chapel Arts Centre on September 14th), we talk to Steven Lord about the…
 
A new television show on CBC puts world-class sand sculptors in the path of the unrelenting waters of the Bay of Fundy. Host Jeff Douglas spoke with the hilarious Shaun Majumder about his experience hosting Race Against the Tide and what he's learned about sand sculpting.
 
A new documentary inspired by the book, Seven Fallen Feathers, will take viewers to Thunder Bay, Ont., after the inquest into the mysterious deaths of seven First Nations teenagers. Host Jeff Douglas spoke to author and director, Tanya Talaga, about her new film and what has changed since those high school students died.…
 
A new initiative called Science Up First aims to disrupt the flow of misinformation online and "take back the internet" by amplifying accurate, science-based content. Host Jeff Douglas spoke with Dr. Stan Kutcher, a Dalhousie University professor, and Krishana Sankar, a researcher and scientist, who have been working on the project.…
 
After a dead blue whale washed onto Crystal Crescent Beach earlier this month, the Marine Animal Response Society was tasked with removing the carcass. Host Jeff Douglas spoke with Danielle Pinder, the response coordinator, about the process and what will happen to the bones, blubber and eyeball that were extracted from the endangered whale.…
 
Leaked internal research from Instagram's parent company, Facebook, shows the photo-sharing app can cause mental health issues, low self-esteem and bullying, especially among teenage girls. Guest host Preston Mulligan spoke with tech columnist Manjula Selvarajah about how Instagram is toxic and what parents can do to help.…
 
A new memoir about a retired military officer's fraught relationship with the Canadian Armed Forces has made the 2021 CBC Nonfiction Prize longlist. Host Jeff Douglas spoke with Nova Scotia author and educator, Kelly Thompson, about her new piece, "Dear CAF."
 
Traditionally, Nova Scotia's film industry has been predominantly white. To address this, Hank White started the Aboriginal and Visible Minority Shadow Program. Host Jeff Douglas spoke with White, and recent candidate of the program, Katherine Ayre.
 
An acclaimed American poet with a life-long connection to Nova Scotia is the subject of a documentary premiering at the Atlantic International Film Festival. The film is called "Elizabeth Bishop and the Art of Losing." Host Jeff Douglas spoke with John D. Scott, the director of the documentary, about Bishop's connection to Nova Scotia.…
 
Fed up with the gentrification of Gottingen Street in Halifax in 1996, community members protested by occupying the local Canada Employment Centre that was scheduled to close. The occupation lasted four months. Host Jeff Douglas spoke with Carolann Wright and Shelley Fashan who were involved in the longest running occupation of a federal government…
 
Earlier this summer, Nova Scotian Chantal Berthier had to leave her chocolate lab, Reilly, behind when she flew back to Yellowknife after a trip home. but thanks to the kindness of strangers, Reilly and Chantal have finally reunited!
 
Bretten Hannam has been working on Wildhood, in one way or another, for the past decade, pausing to make multiple short films and their debut feature, North Mountain (2015), an experience that took years itself to recover from. Wildhood is the story of a Two-Spirit Mi'kmaq teen who sets off to find the mother he thought was dead, a gorgeously rende…
 
The collection of archived footage featuring Mi'kmaw elders is growing at the Mi’kmaw Native Friendship Centre after it received funding from the Canadian Heritage. Host Jeff Douglas spoke with Pam Glode-Desrochers, the executive director of the centre, and Trudy Sable who has been entrusted to upload the audio and video to the archive.…
 
Issues related to the ocean economy and sustainability are close to the hearts of many Nova Scotians so during the last few federal elections, an ecologist at Dalhousie University has spoken to candidates from the different parties to highlight how their platforms might affect the future of the oceans. Host Jeff Douglas heard from Boris Worm about …
 
A Nova Scotia mother whose son has autism spectrum disorder is taking his living situation into her own hands by spearheading a new inclusive and accessible housing development. Host Jeff Douglas spoke with Susan and Ryan Havie about the new "pocket" community in Kentville, N.S.
 
A veterinary drug that's used to treat horses is becoming harder to find in Nova Scotia because of the misguided belief that it can be used to treat COVID-19. Host Jeff Douglas spoke with Craig Walker, the owner of Walker's Livestock Feed & Supplies in Cole Harbour.
 
With 125 active cases of COVID-19, less than 36 hours away from Phase 5 and the dropping of the mask mandate in Nova Scotia, Dr. Lisa Barrett talks with Jeff Douglas about how we are doing great but there's still work to be done.
 
Over the past 19 months, nurses have suffered unsafe working conditions with more being asked of them everyday. Janet Hazleton tells Mainstreet how the pandemic didn't make the shortage worse, but the public became aware of just how bad it is instead.
 
2 Chronicles 32:31 (NLT) 31 However, when ambassadors arrived from Babylon to ask about the remarkable events that had taken place in the land, God withdrew from Hezekiah in order to test him and to see what was really in his heart. Point: God withdrew... The Godly decisions and responses we make are……
 
9/11 drastically impacted all aspects of American life and culture. To speak about what happened to music released before and after this tragic event, we have Steven Baur, musicologist from Dalhousie University. He was living in L.A. 20 years ago on September 11, 2001.
 
The married duo at the core of Dog Day also makes movies together: First there was Lowlife, then there was The Crescent, and now there is Tin Can, an eerily prescient drama about a world consumed by a plague and a scientist trapped in a life-suspension chamber (it's the titular role). Nancy Urich and Seth A. Smith venture into the city for the firs…
 
A new fishery starts on Sept. 9, but before it begins, Jeff Douglas spoke with Assembly of First Nations National Chief RoseAnne Archibald and Chief Mike Sack about treaty fisheries, previous arrests and their main focus moving forward.
 
We all know Gabrielle Papillon as a singer-songwriter but now she can add another hyphen to her CV — musical theatre-creator. Her new show, developed with Avery Jean Brennan, is called Mind The Light and it it took centre stage at Halifax Fringe this week.
 
Host Jeff Douglas spoke to Cheryl Maloney, a Mi'kmaw treaty descendant and political science instructor at Cape Breton University. She explains what she hopes the ongoing federal election will bring, especially as a Mi'kmaw individual.
 
A Dalhousie graduate is helping to create a new kind of artificial reef to help Nova Scotia's ocean ecosystems. Emily Higgins is the co-founder of Intellireefs CAN, which is getting ready to test its artificial reefs in Canadian waters for the first time.
 
Cautiously optimistic Eric Jonsson, program coordinator of Navigator Street Outreach Program, and hopeful Ashley Avery, executive director of the Coverdale Courtwork Society, talk what this 500k could mean for the affordable housing crisis.
 
Halifax legend Jane Kansas drops by the show to talk about her new Fringe play My Heart Attack, which covers a quadruple bypass, six hospital visits, multiple infections, and nearly 170 days total in hospital. Like her previous shows — My Funeral: a dry run and My Dead Dad: stories from the front yard — My Heart Attack promises to be a unique mix o…
 
Disability rights advocate Vicky Levack is already dreaming of her new apartment. Levack, 30, has cerebral palsy and has been living in long-term care for years. But last week, she learned she'll be a part of a new pilot project started by the provincial government that helps Nova Scotians with disabilities live within the community.…
 
Hear from Halifax's mayor, Mike Savage and concerned community volunteers with the Permanent Accessible Dignified and Safer (PADS) community network, about more shelter removals and what the two sides say should be done.
 
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