Colin Parrott travels to Antigonish to get the story on a hazing scandal at St. Francis Xavier University. Zander Brosky finds out what a new US toy law means for Canadian toy companies. Zander also takes us through an opening ceremony for African Heritage Month.
Halifax Police want to buy six portable cameras to film anything from standoffs to concerts. Tony Ferugson found out more. He came home broke but got a warm welcome. Amber Nicholson has the story of a concert to raise money for a young Halifax man with cancer. Simin Fahandej talked with this young man, Stephen Green, in an exclusive interview with the ‘Fax. He built it and they came. Mickey MacDonald built a boxing gym for kids and Danny Carew found out how he’s teaching kids to throw more than just a punch. What businesses are still doing well in these bad economic times? Lisa Weighton found one barber shop that’s been through every recession including the great depression. Is the University of King’s College talking the talk but not walking the walk when it comes to smoking on campus? Zeb Qureshi thinks so and he says why.
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