Did you know there’s a new interdisciplinary rehabilitation clinic operating in Sackville that is changing the lives of patients living with the effects of strokes, MS and brain injuries? The team approach at the new clinic creates and coordinates patient treatment plans together, and this is generating better consistency and continuity. This approach is helping patients like Anthony Brown of Dartmouth achieve better outcomes in less time, and that has been life changing for many like Anthony. At 6:45 we’ll get Anthony’s success story and meet a doctor doing big things.
At 7:15 we’ll get a preview of the first Atlantic Jewish Film Festival taking place in Halifax this weekend. This is the first year for the event and it will highlight some of the best of Jewish themed films from around the world.
We’ll tell you about a national science research competition at 7:45 that’s open to high school students. The Sanofi Biogenius Challenge has been around 1992 and in that time has helped almost 4,000 young Canadians to pursue real-world, research projects that have launched many to future studies and careers.
8:15 Get ready for an art exhibition like you’ve never seen before – It’s called Home Away from Home. Textile Artist Amanda McCavour creates a 3-D world with hanging thread at the Mary E. Black Gallery in Halifax. You won’t believe how she does it. Find out tomorrow!
Newfoundland Singer-Songwriter Amelia Curran returns to Halifax to launch her latest album. At 8:45 we chat about what it was like working with Juno-award winning producer Michael Phillip Wojewoda, plus, a tune from They Promised You Mercy.