The Signal radio show: food, dogs and theatre
Plus, a conversation with former King's grad Alex Cooke about The Canadian Press
February 15, 2019, 4:54 pm ADTLast Updated: February 15, 2019, 4:54 pm
On the audio workshop’s last news show of the season:
Soon, 50 per cent of the Canadian Press Halifax newsroom will be out of a job. Former University of King’s College graduate Alex Cooke came in to chat with us about what that means for Atlantic news.
Salam Shuhait investigates the downsides to food delivery services.
Jessica Briand speaks with the new taproom owners opening up in the Oxford Theatre on Quinpool Road.
Dylan Coutts has the latest scoop on how to compost pet waste, and talks with Salam about new solutions from experts in the province.
Emma Wilkie takes us on a tour of Makerspace, a drop-in workshop with high-tech tools to make your personal projects come to life.
And Josh Young meets with an employee of the Best Western Chocolate Lake hotel who has been a very good boy. Aero the hotel dog has been a permanent resident of the hotel for two years.
The show was hosted by Jessica Briand and Salam Shuhait.