Bill Stewart, Neighbours Speak Up joins Todd to share the first look at proposed regulations for Airbnbs. Justin Tomchuk, a digital media creator and music maker from Nova Scotia currently based in Montreal, says some Canadians are worried new legislation could change how they stream media. Year-end chat with Liberal leader Zach Churchill. Duncan Williams, president of the Construction Association of Nova Scotia, says the construction industry is happy with the QEII redevelopment plan
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Politics chat with UPEI political science professor Don Dessurud. Tynette Deveaux, with Sierra Club’s Beyond Coal Atlantic campaign, discusses Minister Tory Rushton’s announcement that Nova Scotia Power Inc. will need to burn more forest biomass to increase its renewable electricity quota. U.S. politics chat with Mark Brewer, University of Maine political science professor. Julia Hartley, director of operations for the Lung Association of Nova Scotia and P.E.I., says the Lung Association is looking to expand the P.E.I. youth anti-vaping campaign to Nova Scotia.
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