On this episode of "The Weekender", alternative music duo JJ Roots were scheduled to play in Yarmouth Saturday night, but because of the storm, they'll be back in December. Jakob Postlewaite speaks with the duo on their journey.
Yarmouth's Ryan Graves began training camp with the New Jersey Devils this week. We go back to our interview with him in July when he hosted his hockey school at Mariners Centre.
And, we talk to Jaimee Morozoff with the Nature Conservancy of Canada about the species and pieces of land they're protecting here in Nova Scotia.
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