Todd has a politics chat with Lori Turnbull, Dalhousie University's political science professor. Allison Bodnar, CEO of the Pharmacy Association of Nova Scotia, discusses how Nova Scotia pharmacists urge patients to research before booking. Ian Hubbard, a meteorologist for the Canadian Hurricane Centre, gives an update on Hurricane Fiona. Catherine Stevens, Communications Director, Disaster Animal Response Team of Nova Scotia, gives tips on disaster preparedness for pets.
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Sylvain Charlebois, professor in Food Distribution and Policy and senior director of the Agrifood Analytics Lab, Dalhousie University, shares how nearly a quarter of Canadians are cutting back on food purchases amid high inflation. Fiona Kirkpatrick Parsons, board chair and spokesperson for the North American Indigenous Games 2023, shares the launch of the North American Indigenous Games officially launched their volunteer campaign. Mike Dull from Valent Legal (Injury Lawyers), founding partner of Valent Legal, joins Todd to discuss sexual harassment in the workplace. Dr. William Cherniak, an emergency physician and CEO of Rocket Doctor, answers the question: can virtual health care ease Canada's ER crisis? Mc'Edward Jones, president Nova Scotia Mass Choir and choir director Shawn Downey.
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