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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.
 
Join host & festival founder Mike Campbell as he chats with some of the best and brightest artists showcasing at HUFF each year. The Halifax Urban Folk Festival is a celebration of songs and the people that write them. The festival takes place in Halifax, Nova Scotia
 
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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A new light show being projected on the façade of the old Halifax library tells the story of Black migration to Nova Scotia. Guest host Preston Mulligan spoke with the creative team behind it, Jonathan Goldson and musician Bradley "Raslaxx" Frankson.
 
Halifax at Night from Home - The Not So Spooky Halloween Episode in June (S01E02) Nova Scotia is currently under a state of emergency with self isolation and social distancing orders are in place due to the COVID-19 pandemic. This means we won't be able to grab the camera, mic, and hit the streets of Halifax as usual this summer but we've decided t…
 
Nova Scotians wait an average of about 83 minutes to see a doctor at a walk-in clinic, according to new data compiled by Canadian tech company, Medimap. Guest host Preston Mulligan spoke with researcher Teddy Wickland about why that might be.
 
There is a new magazine online specifically created with Black Canadians in mind. It's called Black Maple, and it was created by Charmaine Nelson, the founding director of the Institute for the Study of Canadian Slavery, which lived at NSCAD University until last year.
 
The funeral for Tyre Nichols was held in Memphis Wednesday. The 29-year-old Black man died as a result of a violent encounter with police, which was captured on video and has been seen by hundreds of thousands of people. Is that a good idea? If you haven't watched it yet and you are considering it, how do you decide? Lana MacLean, a clinical social…
 
This is Jeff's second conversation about factors that make kids in this province more likely to become victims of commercial sexual exploitation. Our guests draw on information from a report called "Hearing Them," and an extensive consultation with Nova Scotians who've had experience in the sex industry. The first conversation is also on our Listen…
 
Halifax at Night from Home - Halifax Mac and Cheese Festival (S01E01) Nova Scotia is currently under a state of emergency with self isolation and social distancing orders are in place due to the COVID-19 pandemic. This means we won't be able to grab the camera, mic, and hit the streets of Halifax as usual this summer but we've decided to share some…
 
Alexa Yakubovich, an assistant professor of community health and epidemiology at Dalhousie University, was involved in research that surveyed service providers and survivors of intimate partner violence in Toronto. She's now embarking on similar research here in the Maritimes.
 
A new state-of-the-art music hall is open in Halifax. The Joseph Strug Concert Hall is part of a multi-million dollar expansion of the Dal Arts Centre, and is being described as a game changer for performance in this province. Host Jeff Douglas spoke with Jérôme Blais, director of the Fountain School of Performing Arts, and lead architect Keith Tuf…
 
Laura Eramian, an associate professor in the Department of Sociology and Social Anthropology at Dalhousie University, studies friendship and wants to know why some people are choosing to buy homes or split rent with their friends.
 
Jesse Wente's bestselling memoir is “Unreconciled: Family, Truth and Indigenous Resistance.” He speaks with host Jeff Douglas about the meaning of truth and reconciliation and coming to terms with his own background.
 
Onya Hogan-Finlay and Kim Kelly are the owners of OK Sea Salt in LaHave Islands. Onya spoke with Mainstreet about the importance of being an open and proud queer-owned business in rural Nova Scotia, and why the company has been extra busy this year.
 
The family of a 37-year-old woman who died after waiting more than six hours to see an emergency department doctor in Amherst, N.S., is demanding answers from the provincial government. Reporter Nicola Seguin joined us in Studio A to share Allison Holthoff's story.
 
A new report by the YWCA Halifax, called Hearing Them, details why some youth in this province are vulnerable to exploitation. The goal is to understand and address those risk factors in order to keep children and youth safe. Host Jeff Douglas spoke with Dametre Samuels, Charlene Gagnon and Lila Pavey to learn more.…
 
Freelance producer Amy Grace introduces us to some of the people behind Shelter Movers. It's been operating in Nova Scotia since 2019 and is the only service of its kind in Canada. It provides moving and storage services to individuals and families fleeing abuse.
 
Michael Ungar, Canada research chair in child, family and community resilience at Dalhousie University, shares ideas on how to set yourself up for a great winter, without forking out hundreds or thousands of dollars on new exercise equipment.
 
Accessibility advocate Paul Vienneau sees a lot of drivers in downtown Halifax parking in spots reserved for people with disabilities. Sometimes they admit to him that they are fully able bodied. We hear from him and Victoria Horne, director of parking services with the Halifax Regional Municipality.…
 
The pride flag of a recently opened business in the Annapolis Valley has been vandalized four times. But the businesses owner say after an outpouring support, "the love far outweighs the tiny little bit of hate.”
 
The community of Barrington, N.S., is mourning the loss of one of its residents who went overboard off Cape Sable Island on Boxing Day. Grief specialist Serena Lewis joined Jeff Douglas to talk about processing grief at this time of the year.
 
8 That night there were shepherds staying in the fields nearby, guarding their flocks of sheep. 9 Suddenly, an angel of the Lord appeared among them, and the radiance of the Lord’s glory surrounded them. They were terrified, 10 but the angel reassured them. “Don’t be afraid!” he said. “I bring you good……
 
Earlier this month, First Baptist Church on Oxford street held their annual Carols by Candlelight service. Mainstreet's Alex Guye went to hear about the Filipino choir, Harana Singers of Nova Scotia, who were the guest performers at the event.
 
Usually in Iran, the winter solstice would be marked with a celebration called Yalda Night. But on December 21st, Mitra Mansouri of Halifax posted this on social media: "Yalda is not always smiling pomegranate and watermelon. Yalda is sometimes a fight to celebrate freedom." She speaks with Mainstreet host Jeff Douglas.…
 
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