In this week’s radio show, The Signal’s audio workshop sounds off about news around Halifax.
Danielle McCreadie went down to the waterfront for the unveiling of the Halifax’s first monument honouring women.
Will Gordon spoke with law professor Richard Devlin about the events surrounding this year’s Loney Bowl.
Jayde Tynes looked into the lack of diversity contained in genomic data.
Trent Erickson investigated the importance of language schools to Syrian refugees who are trying to find work.
Nermeen Ramadan participated in a workshop that brought longtime residents of Nova Scotia, as well as newcomers, together to share their culture and experiences by making baklava.
Cam Honey-Webb spoke to Bruce Rainnie about the Nova Scotia Sport Hall of Fame’s list of the top fifteen athletes in the province’s history.
Jayde Tynes spoke with renowned stage actor and playwright Walter Borden about his playwriting workshop in Halifax.