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The Todd Veinotte Show January 20 12pm

Mary Jean Hande, says immigration report critically examines the province's recruitment plans.Sylvain Charlebois examines how grocery store closures loom amid labour and product shortages. Barb Adams hopes to see "significant changes" within the next month in getting people out of hospital beds and into more appropriate settings. Canadian Soprano Measha Brueggergosman, shares her four-part virtual concert series with a performance of her latest works from her album, Measha Jazz.
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Mary Jean Hande, lead author of the report, Putting Continuity in Continuing Care, Reimagining the Role of Immigration in the Recruitment and Retention of Continuing Care Assistants in Nova Scotia, says the paper critically examines the province's recruitment plans and the growing reliance on newcomers to address staff shortages. Sylvain Charlebois, director of the agri-food and analytics lab at Dalhousie University in Halifax, examines how grocery store closures loom amid labour and product shortages. Barb Adams, Nova Scotia minister of seniors and long-term care, hopes to see "significant changes" within the next month in getting people out of hospital beds and into more appropriate settings. Canadian Soprano Measha Brueggergosman, shares her four-part virtual concert series (The Measha Series) with a performance of her latest works from her album, Measha Jazz. 




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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