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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 ...
 
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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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There are some interesting scriptural truths mentioned in this passage. 2 Samuel 24:1–4 (NIV) 1 Again the anger of the Lord burned against Israel, and he incited David against them, saying, “Go and take a census of Israel and Judah.” 2 So the king said to Joab and the army commanders with him, “Go throughout……
 
In 1996 a movie dropped out of nowhere and revolutionized an exhausted genre—the slasher film—with a wit and self-awareness that's become commonplace now, but at the time was fresh and surprising. That movie was Scream, and over the past 26 (!) years it's spawned multiple sequels, a TV series, countless imitators, a marriage and divorce (Courteney …
 
Welcome to the January 2022 episode of The Halifax Arts Podcast. In this episode of the podcast we get together in The Piece Hall to chew over our highlights of 2021, and look forward to what 2022 might bring in the the cultural capital of West Yorkshire that is Halifax and The Calder Valley… Plus: reviews of Silent Night, The Power of the Dog & Do…
 
Health Canada just approved Paxlovid, a pill designed to help your immune system fight off COVID, relieve symptoms, and shorten the length of your illness. Host Jeff Douglas spoke with Dr. Lisa Barrett, who was part of the group charged with developing use recommendations for Paxlovid.
 
On Monday, the Halifax Board of Police Commissioners will hear from the group that's been tasked with looking into the issue of defunding the police. The Subcommittee to Define Defunding The Police released its final report on Friday. Committee chairperson El Jones, a well-known community activist and educator, spoke with host Jeff Douglas about th…
 
1,200 Black Loyalists left Halifax Harbour on 15 ships headed for Sierra Leone 230 years ago this Saturday. We'll talk with a member of a vocal group in Sierra Leone about this shared history, and three Nova Scotian students about what they're learning from this history.
 
In this segment on the impacts of Omicron, we hear from Dr. Kirk Magee, a doctor who oversees emergency care at hospitals in the Metro area, two union leaders who represent people who work in long-term care, and Dr. Lisa Barrett, who talks about the "mild" characterization of this variant that's in danger of overwhelming Nova Scotia's hospitals.…
 
Jan. 10 was the first day of remote learning for Nova Scotia students during the fourth wave of the pandemic. Host Jeff Douglas checked in with two parents to hear how Day 1 went. He also spoke with Becky Druhan, Nova Scotia's minister of education, to hear what her department is doing to make classrooms as safe as possible.…
 
A new video series put together by Halifax Public Libraries is working to spread awareness about social issues that impact the African Nova Scotian community. Host Jeff Douglas spoke with Rajean Willis, the host of the new series, Our Stories, Our Experiences.
 
Art Pays Me's founder Duane Jones kicks off the new year with hope and advice as he details his journey from failed accounting student to founder of Halifax's favourite streetwear line. He beams into the show to chat about his years at NSCAD, what happened when he realized his talent was being exploited, and how he turned that into a brand that dem…
 
We hear from two experts about finding the right masks for children, during a time when COVID-19 is running rampant and respirator masks are in short supply. First, you'll hear from Dr. Catherine Clase, a member of the Centre of Excellence in Protective Equipment and Materials at McMaster University, and then from Barry Hunt, the head of the Canadi…
 
A new CBC original comedy series based on Mark Critch's bestselling memoir details his first year of junior high and growing up with his father, 1980s radio personality Mike Critch. Host Jeff Douglas spoke to Mark, the host of This Hour Has 22 Minutes, about the new show and what it's like playing his own father. The program will premiere on CBC Te…
 
What do you do when life gives you lemons? A lot, apparently. Laura Mulrooney, who owns a bakery in Chester, N.S., recently received thousands of lemons from a local grocery store after an ordering error. Host Jeff Douglas spoke with Mulrooney about how she managed to distribute and use the lemons over the holidays.…
 
Due to the sheer number of COVID-19 cases in Nova Scotia, more and more responsibility is being transferred to individuals. So what do we need to know about how to take that up, and look after ourselves and those closest to us? Dr. Lisa Barrett, an infectious disease specialist and clinician at Dalhousie University, has some answers.…
 
It's been a wild and confusing year, but there was always—somehow—art. We take a spin through 2021's interviews and uncover resilience, surprises, and victories even in the face of multiple setbacks, shutdowns, and cancellations. Featuring Erin Costelo, Mo Kenney, the creatives behind The Crevice and Fat Juliet, Zuppa Theatre, Christy Ann Conlin, D…
 
Amidst an auspicious and downtrodden record week in Nova Scotia, the leaders of its arts sector organizations drop by the show to discuss 2021 in full. Screen Nova Scotia's executive director Laura Mackenzie has perhaps the best news of all—a record year in the film industry. Music Nova Scotia's ED Allegra Swanson returns to report on her first Nov…
 
Last year, Patricia MacNeil and her family started a campaign called Jammies for Grammies, which buys pajamas for folks in long-term care homes, for Christmas. She spoke with host Jeff Douglas about why she's giving back in the name of her daughter Alyssa.
 
A new toy trend has hit the market this holiday season and its appeals to children's sense of treasure hunting. 'Blind box' toys are items that are usually packaged in opaque plastic or cardboard boxes, which means the toy is a mystery when purchased. As CBC's Erin MacInnis explains, kids can't get enough of these surprise toys.…
 
On Monday, Mainstreet played a joke from Stewart Francis' stand-up on CBC's Laugh Out Loud. The joke was about a reaction Stewart got from his podiatrist, saying "either I have ugly feet or he has Tourette's syndrome." That punchline didn't land with two listeners. Host Jeff Douglas spoke with Keira-Jill Gass-Lachance, a Grade 10 student at Citadel…
 
A dozen local songs to score the holiday season! Some classic, some brand-new, and a handful of originals to spice up your nog. Featuring: Breagh Isabel, "Winter Wonderland" Meaghan Smith, "It Snowed" Terra Spencer, "Melt" In-Flight Safety, "Last Christmas" Ria Mae, "Christmas (Baby Please Come Home)" Smaller Hearts, "Christmas At Home" Waants, "An…
 
The Mi'kmaw Native Friendship Centre released a statement today saying they are restructuring their North Park Street Shelter "in light of program gaps", meaning it will officially close December 31st. We'll hear from MNFC's executive director on why this difficult decision was made, and from shelter staff who sent out their own statement saying th…
 
There has been a history-making apology from the federal government to thousands of people whose lives have been scarred by sexual assault and discrimination within the military. Former navy sailor Emily Dean tells host Jeff Douglas about how her 2017 complaint was mishandled, and what she's thinking about the apology.…
 
Back in 1835, newspapers - including ones in Nova Scotia - spent a lot of time writing about a slave rebellion happening in Brazil. Bruno Veras talks about his work looking into these reports at NSCAD University’s new Institute for the Study of Canadian Slavery.
 
People returning to Canada from some countries are required to quarantine in hotels over concerns of the omicron variant. Military veteran Susan Harpelle of Cole Harbour tells host Jeff Douglas about how her test results have been delayed, and while she waits her medication is running low.
 
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