The Morning News team will be up and working hard on the Monday before Canada Day – delivering your news headlines and weather details. Our reporter Julia Wong will also be here with a round-up of some Canada Day events happening in our wonderful city on Tuesday. We’ll also have the following entertaining and informative segments:
At 6:45 we’ll have an encore presentation of Crystal Garrett’s story looking at the life and career ofMary Mohammed, founder of Mary’s Bread Basket, reflects back on her life in Halifax.
There’s a core team of health professionals ready to help Nova Scotia get healthier by getting active. Dr. Nicholas Giacomantonio and Brett Barro will visit at 7:15 to promote Heartland Tour 2014. It’s a chance for Nova Scotians of all ages to ride, walk and learn – and even get tested for some common heart health risks.
It’s the day Golf fans in this province have been waiting for! GOLFest NS tees off at New Ashburn Golf Course with the RBC Canada Cup. Nova Scotian Crystal is behind the creation of the trophy for the event and at 7:45 we’ll get a sneak peek at the bling before it makes its way into the hands of a PGA golfer!
As summer starts to warm up, you may find yourself looking for a good book or two to help beat the heat. At 8:15 we’ll get some tips on some good reads for the summer from the Atlantic Publisher’s Carolyn Guy and Freelance publisher Kathy Chapman.
Just as the weather heats so might the housing market in Halifax? We’ll find out when Realtor and TV personality Vanessa Roman drops by at 8:45 with the latest and greatest on Real Estate in our city.