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The Halifax Mooseheads look to extend their undefeated playoff run tonight in Gatineau! Moose lead the series 2-0!
In her first episode of the season, play-by-play voice for the Brampton As joins Audley Stephenson as the new co-host of the NBL Canada Live Podcast. With the playoffs looming, they take a look at the upcoming match-ups and discuss playoff implications.
The Audman and Meghan will be joined by former Windsor Express, Darren Duncan who now plays overseas in Finland and will reflect on his time in the National Basketball League of Canada and his experiences winning a title in Windsor.
Then Kevin Young of the Halifax Rainmen stops by to chat about the hot streak his squad has been on and his improved play that led him to be named back-to-back NBL Canada Player of the Week.
After taking home the Rising Star Award at the 2014 Country Music Association of Ontario Awards, Jordan McIntosh continues to climb the ranks as one of Canada’s hottest new country stars. No stranger to the stage, the 19-year-old Ottawa native has toured with country stars Brett Kissel and, most recently, Emerson Drive. Additionally, he performed on the main stage at the third annual Boots and Hearts Festival in August. A top 6 finalist in the 2014 CCMA Discovery program, Jordan has been nominated for this year’s Rising Star Award at the Canadian Country Music Association Awards which will be held in Halifax (Sunday, September 13).
Jordan’s first influence was his older sister, Melissa. “My entire family is musical, but I idolized my sister. She started to sing before I did and, being younger, I wanted to do everything she did. That’s how I found out I could sing. I never really studied music. I just sang all the time. I know there’s a one in a million chance that you can make a career of your ability to sing. That’s always kept me focused, but I couldn’t do any of this without my family.”
TwoShine County - the Calgary-based Country duo consisting of front men Daron Schofield and Dennis Hann - has just released a new single 'Love This Song."
Stevie Jewel - born in Muskoka, Ontario and now living in Nashville - has just released her new single "Memory Lane."
Ryan Keown - Manitoba Country artist - has just released his new single "Amen."
All three acts will being performing as part of Country Music Week and the CCMAs in Halifax in September 2015.
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Parents are key knowledge users of evidence about children’s pain, and more and more are turning to social media for information about child health. Join us as we chat to Dr. Christine Chambers about pediatric pain, the impact of social media on parents with children in pain, and the “It Doesn’t Have to Hurt” social media initiative.
It Doesn't Have to Hurt is a unique science-media partnership between health researchers (lead by Dr. Chambers) and an award-winning online publisher targeted primarily to Canadian mothers, Erica Ehm’s Yummy Mummy Club (YMC).
Dr. Chambers is a clinical psychologist and Professor in the Departments of Pediatrics and Psychology & Neuroscience at Dalhousie University in Halifax and her research lab is based in the Centre for Pediatric Pain Research at the IWK Health Centre.
Dr. Ingrid Waldron, PhD. was born in Montreal to dentist Dr. George Waldron and Myrna Waldron of the island of Trinidad. Dr. Waldron is a sociologist who is an Assistant Professor in the School of Nursing at Dalhousie University in Halifax, Nova Scotia. She is a scholar with an active research agenda driven by a long-standing interest in looking at the many manifestations of how spaces and communities are organized by structures of colonialism and gendered racial capitalism. She has a particular interest in looking at how women are differently situated across multiple axes of difference and identity, and on how the social, economic, political, and health experiences of Black, Indigenous, migrant, poor, LGBTQ, disabled, and older women are both gendered and racialized.
Authors on the Air host Pam Stack welcomes adventure thriller author Andy McDermott LIVE from the U.K. Andy McDermott is the bestselling author of the Nina Wilde/Eddie Chase series of adventure thrillers, which have been sold in over 30 countries and 20 languages. His debut novel, The Hunt For Atlantis, was published in the US in September 2009, when it became his first of several New York Times bestsellers. A former journalist and movie critic, Andy was the editor of respected UK magazines like DVD Review and the iconoclastic film publication Hotdog. He is now a full-time author. Born in Halifax, England, he now lives in Bournemouth, England. See more at http://www.andy-mcdermott.com/.
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Today on AHR radio paul shaheen takes a look at Halifax's thrilling 6-4 Memorial Cup championship game victory over Portland on Sunday in Saskatoon.
Suspense Radio One on One in partnered with Partners in Crime Tours, brings you 60 minutes of radio today with two fantastic authors. Suspense Radio One on One is brought to you by the Suspense Radio Network. www.suspenseradionetwork.com
Dale Wiley "Sabotage":
Every hour explosions rock America. There is no rhyme or reason to where they appear: big cities, small towns, even rural backroads. The sinister message that suddenly appears on America's computer screens is clear: No one is safe:
Not disgraced FBI agent Grant, awaiting his call back to the big time;
Not rapper Pal Joey, an international sensation;
Not savvy, stunning beauty Caitlin, the ultimate Sin City party girl;
Not even Naseem, the would-be martyr who helped plan the attacks and now finds himself double-crossed.
As an unhinged mastermind paralyzes a nation, these unlikely heroes must put aside their pasts and work together to stop him before more hours bring more disasters.
All roads lead to Las Vegas, where the plan begins to unravel. Can four people, united only by their hatred of this singular villain, finally stop Sabotage?
Susan Slater: "Hair of the Dog":
So simple. Five dogs dead by smoke inhalation, bagged, tagged, and cremated. Papers all in order. Ashes in specialty urns on the desk of Dixie Halifax, track and casino co-owner. In jail, a young employee charged with arson to cover a murder he's blamed for committing.
Then the body of kennel owner Jackson Sanchez is found face down in a pool of blood, a knife stuck in his back. But Sanchez didn’t die from a knife wound. Someone has carved “thief” on his forehead. The blood pooled underneath his body isn’t his. Should Dan be looking for a second corpse? And the one man who can answer questions, the track vet, dies in a motorcycle accident.
We're Interviewing Actor Andrew Moodie.
Ontario-based actor/playwright/director Andrew Moodie began his playwriting career in 1995 with his first play, Riot.
His theatre writing credits include: Riot, Factory Theatre, 1995, directed by Layne Coleman. (1996 Chalmers Award for Best New Play). It has since been performed in Ottawa, Montreal, and Halifax. Oui, Factory Theatre, 1998. Wilbur County Blues, Blythe Festival, 1998. A Common Man's Guide to Loving Women, jointly produced by Canadian Stage and the National Arts Centre, 1999, and has since been performed in Montreal, Ottawa, Halifax and Vancouver. The Lady Smith, Passe Muraille 2000, also remounted in Montreal. The Real McCoy, Factory Theatre 2007, 2008, and has since been performed in Ottawa and will be mounted in St. Louis in 2011. And finally Toronto the Good, Factory Theatre 2009 which was nominated for a Dora award for Best New Play.
His directing credits include For Colored Girls Who Have Considered Suicide When the Rainbow Is Enuf, the Corner, and The Real McCoy.
His television writing credits include an episode of Drop The Beat and his radio credits include Afghanada (WGC award) for CBC.
So, Tune in, and Listen....
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Montreal's Time is the same as Eastern Time (New York, NY, USA)
Award-winning author Wayne Clark was born in 1946 in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, but has called Montreal home since 1968. Woven through that time frame in no particular order have been interludes in Halifax, Toronto, Vancouver, Germany, Holland and Mexico.
By far the biggest slice in a pie chart of his career would be labelledReaders' Favorite International Book Award including newspapers and magazines, as a reporter, editor and freelance writer.
Wayne, author of he & She, a literary fiction novel published in October 2013, is the recipient of the Readers' Favorite International Book Award.
The other, smaller slices of the pie would also represent words in one form or another, in advertising as a copywriter and as a freelance translator. However, unquantifiable in a pie chart would be the slivers and shreds of time stolen over the years to write fiction.
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