CityNews 95.7 in Halifax is the leading source of news, talk, and sports radio in the Halifax region, providing listeners with the latest and most comprehensive coverage of local, national, and international news. Our team of experienced journalists and reporters is committed to delivering breaking news, in-depth analysis, and informative commentary on the issues that matter most.
In addition to our comprehensive news coverage, we offers a range of engaging talk shows, covering topics such as politics, current affairs, lifestyle, and entertainment. Our knowledgeable hosts invite guests to share their insights and opinions, creating a thought-provoking and entertaining listening experience. Sports fans can also count on CityNews 95.7 for live play-by-play coverage of local teams such as the Halifax Mooseheads and the Toronto Blue Jays.
At CityNews Halifax, we pride ourselves on being a trusted and reliable source of news and information, tune in to our station or visit our website to stay up-to-date on the latest news and join the conversation on the issues that matter most to you.
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Monday to Friday
|6am – 10am||All News Mornings with Dan Ahlstrand and Steve Gow|
|10am – 1pm||The Todd Veinotte Show|
|1pm – 2pm||The Jeff Marek Show|
|2pm – 4pm||Now You Know with Rob Snow|
|4pm – 7pm||All News Afternoons with Mark Hodgins and Chris Halef|
|7pm – 11pm||CBS Sports (or live sports programming)|
|11pm – 6am||CityNews Everywhere|
Saturday & Sunday
|12am – 9am||CityNews Everywhere|
|9am – 10am||The Big Story podcast|
|10am – 12am||CityNews Everywhere|
CityNews Halifax is proud to broadcast from Mi’kma’ki, the ancestral and unceded territory of the Mi’kmaq People. The territory is covered by the “Treaties of Peace and Friendship” with Mi’kmaq, Walastakwiyik(Maliseet), and Passamaquoddy Peoples, first signed with the British Crown in 1726. The treaties did not deal with the surrender of lands and resources but, in fact, recognized Mi’kmaq and Walastakwiyik title and established rules for that was to be an ongoing relationship between nations.