The OneMatch stem cell registration program needs more donor registrants of diverse ethnicities. Tony Ferguson speaks to one African-Canadian Dalhousie University student who is signing up. Nova Scotia will be offering a one-time extension of its HPV vaccination program to roughly six-thousand grade ten girls this fall.Zander Brosky talks to some business people in Nova Scotia who think the province’s decision to move ahead with a minimum wage increase is a bad idea given the current economic situation.Danny Carew looks at an international survey that found the University of King’s College ranks number one for its first-year program.Almost everywhere you go, you are being taped by security cameras. But, as Zeb Quershi and Colin Parrott find out, few businesses will let you film on their property.Colin Parrott meets up with a Halifax scientist who is working on a way to store carbon dioxide in cement. Andrea Hewitt sits down with an Ojibway journalist to get his thoughts on how the media have been covering the recent Native suicides in Cape Breton. Zeb Quereshi meets up with some Dalhousie scientists who are looking at the ways in which global warming is affecting trees. They’re finding that the northern tree line is receding. Amber Nicholson checks out a new clothing store and barber shop in Sackville. Co-owner Troyce Ashe is a graduate of the Second Chance program offered by the Centre for Entrepreneurship Education and Development. Lisa Weighton checks out a local shoe repair shop that has been getting more business lately because people are using its services as a way to save money.

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