This week on the ‘Fax: One Match helps save the life of a little girl; pilot boats get recognized for their important duties; the hug train brings a difference to those across Canada and the U.S.
Watch the whole show, or check it out here in the web preview!
CORRECTION: The web preview script suggests that Reese Hawkins is a potential donor in the OneMatch program. In fact, she was a recipient.
To learn more about Sarah Lawrynuik’s story on OneMatch, click here
For more on Jennifer Grudic’s story on Pilot Boats, including an interview with Atlantic Pilotage Authority CEO Captain Anthony McGuinness, click here.
Web-only report – (to come) Matt Gray reports from the annual vigil for World AIDS Day.
The Santa Quest pictures provided by Tell Tale Productions
The ‘fax was on the move this week. We followed Morris House on its journey up Gottingen and trekked out to Bedford for a look at the construction of a new indoor tennis centre. To find out where else we went, check out the short version of this week’s show from Beth Hendry.
Hosts: Nick Ritcey and Colin McPhail
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Online-only extras from the’fax:
Chemistry and psychology aren’t what you think of when you go to a magic show. But, they’re tricks of the trade for magicians. Tari Wilson checks it out.
Last Sunday, Deep Water Church was performing an old religious tradition with a new twist, Elise Palmer reports.
Eric Mutrie rocked out to the Chili Peckers during an audition for a new bassist.
This week’s show includes the shutdown of an atmospheric research project at Dalhousie, “green” concrete and what Black Friday looks like in Halifax.
Hosts are Jessica Jay and Matt Woodman.
Chris Putnam at the annual HRM Christmas Tree lighting ; Meghan McCabe at the Spryfield parade; Chris Putnam’s look at new copyright laws; Art in a hurry by Kate Howell; a tour of HRM’s new morgue, and Aaron Williams’ trip to the Nova Centre meeting.
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