We started with a thoughtful discussion and analysis of the events in Ottawa on the show this morning. Thanks to experts Don Bowser and Robert Currie for sharing their expertise in domestic terrorism and terrorism law with us, as Canadians wake up to a different reality when it comes to safety and security in this country. CTV News Atlantic will continue to have local coverage, and you can find national coverage online here anytime as the story develops.

Tomorrow we continue “Makin’ It Work” week, with stories and interviews dedicated to issues around work. At 7:15 AM, Heidi gets put to the work of creating a science experiment with the help of  Discovery Centre science educator Brittany Hachey. At 7:45 AM, we’ll hear the results of Keith Mullins’ hard work on his new album, “Island Sol”. At 8:15 AM, meet journalist Amanda Lindhout, who spent 15 months in captivity in Somalia. She’s in Nova Scotia to speak to university students about igniting change in the world. Then, at 8:40 AM, we sit down with Juno award winning electronic music artist Ryan Hemsworth about returning to his hometown for a show at the Halifax Pop Explosion. Plus, Cyril is trying his head at another job – this time, he’s getting really dirty and doing some septic work!

Be sure to join us for all this, plus the latest news with Felicia Yap and the complete weather for Atlantic Canada with Alyse Hand starting at 7 AM! See you then!