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CBRM HOSPITAL MORTALITY RATES 2: Interview with physician Dr. Margaret Fraser
A group of doctors in CBRM is conducting an independent review of the high number of unexpected hospital deaths in Cape Breton. Reporter Tom Ayers asked Dr. Margaret Fraser, a family physician who works out of the Cape Breton Regional Hospital in Sydney, about their review.
Cape Breton teenager has an ongoing relationship with Google
Meet a Grade 11 student at Riverview High School who caught the attention of the tech giant - Google. Jack Mugridge participated in something called Project Villager, he was invited to Googleplex in California, and now, corresponds regularly with members of the Google team.
Nova Scotia Power responds to CBC report on unplanned outages
Nova Scotians have experienced some form of planned and or unplanned power outage every day in 2020... we have questions of accountability and reliability for Mark Sidebottom, Chief Operating Officer for Nova Scotia Power.
CBRM HOSPITAL MORTALITY RATES 1: Interview with Ward Patrick, NSHA
Reporter Tom Ayers looks at why the hospital standardized mortality ratio in the CBRM is greater than anywhere else in the country. Tom spoke with Ward Patrick, Senior Director of Critical Care - Nova Scotia Health Authority, about what's happening in Cape Breton Regional Municipality hospitals.
Whitney Pier Youth Club down to half of its usual membership
Fewer spaces, more need. We check in with Chester Borden, the executive director of the Whitney Pier Youth Club, to see how the pandemic has impacted the Club and its members.
Immigration down but some bright spots for Cape Breton
Immigration numbers are down across the Island, and in fact all of Nova Scotia. But there is still some good news. The Cape Breton Partnership tells us about some of bright spots in our immigration numbers. Current Affairs correspondent Brittany Wentzell has more.