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The Todd Veinotte Show January 20 10am

Lisa Beddow says owners and operators of the province's 201 private for-profit child-care centres are being squeezed out of business by the provincial government to push toward a publicly funded system. Kirk Symonds shares the Halifax Regional Municipality illegal dumping and anti-litter campaign. Michelle Porter announced a supportive housing project for women and their children. Laurel Broten says a Global tech company expanding in Halifax vows to create up to 1,250 jobs.
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Lisa Beddow, the owner of six for-profit Friends for Life child-care centres, says owners and operators of the province's 201 private for-profit child-care centres are being squeezed out of business by the provincial government to push toward a publicly funded system. Kirk Symonds, Team Lead, HRM Solid Waste department, shares the Halifax Regional Municipality illegal dumping and anti-litter campaign. Michelle Porter, Co-Founder CEO Souls Harbour Rescue Mission, announced a supportive housing project for women and their children with a three-story residential building to be built in a semi-rural area of the province. Laurel Broten, president and CEO of Nova Scotia Business Inc, says a Global tech company expanding in Halifax vows to create up to 1,250 jobs.
 




Vanessa van de Nes

About the Author: Vanessa van de Nes

Vanessa studied Journalism and Radio Performance/ Studio Production at the Nova Scotia Community College and is now the talk show producer at CityNews Halifax 95.7.
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