Gary MacLeod, Chair, Advocates for the Care of the Elderly, ACE Team,
and Paul Jenkinson, ACE Team, join Todd to talk about the latest CANAGE, Dementia 2022 Report. Denise Daley, the executive director of Parker Street Food and Furniture Bank, shares how rising heating oil costs push more low-income Nova Scotians to ask for help. Suzy Hansen, the NDP member for Halifax Needham, discusses how a new Crown corporation will be responsible for public housing. Brenna Walsh, the energy coordinator of Ecology Action Centre, discusses how Emera is putting the Atlantic Loop project on pause after N.S. moves to limit profits.
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Darlene Grant Fiander, president of the Tourism Industry Association of Nova Scotia, says Halifax is preoccupied with development. Sandra Mullen, NSGEU President, discusses the NSGEU Strike at South Shore Regional Centre of Education that begins today. Sandra Flemming, provincial director of animal care for SPCA Nova Scotia, shares how the SPCA palliative care program gives older pets a second chance at life. Nicole Albright, chair of the expansion steering committee, says the $30M expansion for Mariners Centre will boost the Yarmouth area. Emma Kay Sarty, Grants and Engagement Manager, Community Foundation of Nova Scotia, join Todd to talk about how the Nova Scotia Community Foundations provide $430,187 to community-led infrastructure projects as part of the Government of Canada’s Healthy Communities Initiative. Danielle Hodges, Senior Director of Programs, YWCA Halifax, share how a grant from the Community Foundation of Nova Scotia will benefit their programs.
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