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Residents of the Halls Creek neighbourhood in Moncton call for lower speed limits

Michael Roy lives in the Halls Creek neighbourhood.
1/1/111 minutes, 2 seconds
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As summer winds down, Bob Osborne answers your autumnal gardening questions

Bob Osborne is the owner of Corn Hill Nursery.
1/1/118 minutes, 11 seconds
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A tiny home community outside Moncton is under construction as part of a solution to NB's homelessness crisis

Jill Green is New Brunswick's minister of social development.
1/1/114 minutes, 47 seconds
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Province working on legislation to force New Brunswickers with extreme addictions into treatment

Kris Austin is New Brunswick's public safety minister. Kerri Froc is an associate law professor at UNB in Fredericton.
1/1/113 minutes, 34 seconds
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Pabineau First Nation gears up for big economic expansion

Terry Richardson is Chief of Pabineau First Nation.
1/1/19 minutes, 13 seconds
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How to prepare for an increase in respiratory viruses as the seasons change

Dr. Raj Bhardwaj is our health and medical affairs columnist.
1/1/18 minutes, 43 seconds
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Université de Moncton students struggle to find housing in tight market

Jovial Orlachi Osunzu is the president of the international student association at the Université de Moncton.
1/1/19 minutes, 47 seconds
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Proposed bill to force severe addicts into treatment worries New Brunswick harm reduction counsellors.

Julie Dingwell is the executive director of Avenue B Harm Reduction in Saint John.
1/1/110 minutes, 41 seconds
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New Brunswick Wildlife Federation applauds new provincial hunting guidelines

Nathalie Michaud is the president of New Brunswick Wildlife Federation.
1/1/110 minutes, 14 seconds
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How to manage burnout with kids as back-to-school activities and routines ramp up.

Michael Ungar is a professor in the School of Social Work and founder and director of the Resilience Research Centre at Dalhousie University.
1/1/18 minutes, 18 seconds
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A Moncton family grieves after relatives killed in Moroccan earthquake.

Moncef Lakouas lives in Moncton.
1/1/18 minutes, 44 seconds
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Pointe-du-Chêne prepares to batten down the hatches as Hurricane Lee approaches.

Don Boudreau is the president of the Pointe-du-Chêne Harbour Authority. Rob Taylor is the owner of The Sandbar restaurant.
1/1/115 minutes, 16 seconds
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Historic house in Bathurst on the road to restoration

Melynda Jarratt is the president of the Doucet Hennessy House Association.
1/1/110 minutes, 31 seconds
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How NB Power is preparing for the weekend's storm

Dominique Couture is a spokesperson for NB Power.
1/1/15 minutes, 49 seconds
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After being battered by Fiona, Fundy National Park gets ready for another hurricane

Becky Graham is acting resource conservation manager for Fundy National Park.
1/1/15 minutes
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Riverview Arts Centre gets ready for showtime with a spiffy new makeover.

Jamie Comeau is technical director and Julie Hopkins is the executive director of the Riverview Arts Centre.
1/1/19 minutes, 24 seconds
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New study will asses air quality in the north end of Moncton

Bryan Butler is a city councillor for Ward 3 in Moncton.
1/1/110 minutes, 31 seconds
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"I'm buying an NB book Day" celebrates the best in local reads

Léonore Bailhache is with the Frye festival.
1/1/15 minutes, 57 seconds
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Plans underway to prepare for Hurricane Lee's probable landfall in New Brunswick

Geoffrey Downey is with New Brunswick Emergency Measures Organization.
1/1/16 minutes, 1 second
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As NB mulls new legislation to force addicts into rehab, what lessons can be learned from a similar policy in Massachusetts?

Ed Conley is the Police Chief in Gloucester, Massachusetts.
1/1/18 minutes, 34 seconds
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Town of Riverview conducts survey to assess community's housing needs

Andrew LeBlanc is the mayor of Riverview.
1/1/17 minutes, 40 seconds
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Miramichi multiplex project getting underway

Adam Lordon is the mayor of Miramchi.
1/1/111 minutes, 57 seconds
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Bob Osborne takes your gardening questions

Bob owns and operates Corn Hill Nursery.
1/1/19 minutes, 20 seconds
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The immigration conversation is changing in the face of the housing crisis

David Campbell is an economic development consultant in Moncton.
1/1/19 minutes, 37 seconds
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Citizen's committee advising Université de Moncton on potential name change

Lise Ouelette is advising the university on the potential name change. Denis Losier is former CEO of Assumption Life. They were speaking with CBC's Rhythm Rathi.
1/1/111 minutes, 5 seconds
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Remembering Shediac's legendary wrestler and promoter Emile Dupré

Eric Doucet is a retired professional wrestler who was mentored by Emile Dupré.
1/1/16 minutes, 44 seconds
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Doctors, frontline workers and academics sign open letter urging the NB government to rethink proposed legislation on forced rehab for addicts.

Jamie Livingston is associate professor of criminology at St. Mary's University.
1/1/111 minutes, 5 seconds
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NB-raised diplomat reflects on two years of Taliban rule in Afghanistan

Deborah Lyons was the UN Special Representative and a former Canadian ambassador to Afghanistan.
1/1/112 minutes, 32 seconds
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Finding an affordable place to live a struggle for students across New Brunswick

Eric Weissman is a researcher, author, filmmaker and associate professor at the University of New Brunswick in Saint John.
1/1/117 minutes, 25 seconds
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All your late, late summer gardening questions answered

Bob Osborne is the owner of Corn Hill Nursery
1/1/117 minutes, 41 seconds
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"New" bridge getting new bike connection to Moncton

Michelle McAloon is the landscape project coordinator for the city of Moncton.
1/1/14 minutes, 27 seconds
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Husband and wife acting team play couple on stage in new production in Moncton

Lawren Campbell and Lynne Post star in Hairy Tease's latest production, Renovations for Six. Mike Granville is the show's director.
1/1/16 minutes, 50 seconds
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New professional women's hockey league holds first-ever draft

Karissa Donkin is CBC NB's investigative reporter on loan to CBC Sports.
1/1/16 minutes, 25 seconds
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Moncton scouting group without thousands of dollars of camping equipment after weekend burglary

Jeff Melvin is the Group Scoutmaster for 1st Moncton BPSA Traditional Scouting.
1/1/17 minutes, 17 seconds
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Our City Views panel reconvenes to talk about efforts to ease the impact of the growing homeless population in Greater Moncton

Kate Doyle and Kristin Cavoukian make up our City Views panel.
1/1/114 minutes, 12 seconds
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NB Senator introduces act to commit the federal government to covering costs of protecting the Chignecto Isthmus

Jim Quinn is a senator from New Brunswick. Andrew Black is the mayor of Sackville.
1/1/115 minutes, 20 seconds
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U.S. Food and Drug Administration rules that one of the most popular ingredients in many cough and cold medicines doesn't actually work

Dr. Raj Bhardwaj is our medical affairs columnist.
1/1/18 minutes, 26 seconds
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Riverview trans teen shares his thoughts after protests against LGBTQ+ inclusive schools in New Brunswick and across Canada

Alex Harris is a student at Riverview High School.
1/1/117 minutes, 28 seconds
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Increase in car thefts may affect what all New Brunswickers pay for car insurance

Michèle Pelletier is New Brunswick's consumer advocate for insurance.
1/1/17 minutes, 5 seconds
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New Brunswick MLA Dominic Cardy new interim leader of fledgling federal political party

Dominic Cardy is the interim leader of the Canada Future Party.
1/1/112 minutes, 8 seconds
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Drag show in northern New Brunswick cancelled after threats of violence made

Mario Pelletier is the mayor of Bois-Joli.
1/1/16 minutes, 30 seconds
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Canadians trying to get to India caught in diplomatic crossfire after India suspends visa services

Ketan Raval lives in Moncton.
1/1/18 minutes, 28 seconds
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The pros and cons of extending residency programs for family medicine in New Brunswick

Dr. Will Stymiest is a family physician in Fredericton.
1/1/110 minutes, 28 seconds
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Black students, faculty, staff and alumni at Mount Allison form new community group

Danai Bélanger is director of student life at Mount Allison University.
1/1/18 minutes, 4 seconds
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Municipal byelections and a possible provincial vote on the plate of Elections NB this fall.

Kim Poffenroth is New Brunswick's Chief Electoral Officer.
1/1/110 minutes, 36 seconds
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Temporary emergency shelter in Moncton continues to operate months after it was expected to close

Dan Brooks is the executive director of the John Howard Society of southeastern New Brunswick
1/1/111 minutes, 28 seconds
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Moncton residents unable to visit family in India after diplomatic squabble

Nagaraj Hariharasuthan lives in Moncton, he spoke with CBC's Rhythm Rathi.
1/1/17 minutes, 5 seconds
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One last set of questions for Bob Osborne to close out the 2023 gardening season

Bob Osborne is the owner of Corn Hill Nursery.
1/1/118 minutes, 24 seconds
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Mount Allison University library offered a summer camp for students' plants

The CBC's Matt Tunnacliffe brings us the story of a bizarre summer camp on the Mount Allison campus.
1/1/18 minutes, 7 seconds
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Using nature and a farm setting to help heal people suffering from addictions

Charlie Burrell is the founder of The Humanity Project.
1/1/113 minutes, 18 seconds
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Pointe-du-Chêne residents up in arms after part of wetland destroyed over the weekend

Adam Campbell is manager of Atlantic operations for Ducks Unlimited.
1/1/114 minutes, 42 seconds
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Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder often goes undiagnosed in Adults. But can you diagnose yourself?

Kayla Breelove Carter is a counselling therapist with a practice in Moncton.
1/1/15 minutes, 36 seconds
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Nursing Home Without Walls program plans expansion in New Brunswick.

Suzanne Dupuis-Blanchard is a professor of nursing at l'Université de Moncton and director of its Centre on Aging.
1/1/18 minutes, 20 seconds
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Over 5000 licence holders kick off moose hunting season in New Brunswick

Dwayne Sabine is a wildlife biologist with NB's Natural Resources and Energy Development.
1/1/19 minutes, 5 seconds
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The Université de Moncton's student enrollment is the highest its been since 1994. But is there enough housing for them?

Paul Ward is the director of communications for the Université de Moncton.
1/1/113 minutes, 31 seconds
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Thinking of adopting a rescue animal? How about a rooster?

Stacey Picard is social media manager for the PAW shelter, formerly the SPCA.
1/1/16 minutes
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The cost of flying from Moncton's aiport may go up in the new year

Courtney Burns president and CEO of the Greater Moncton International Airport.
1/1/18 minutes, 45 seconds
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Roadside History: An out-of-the-way beach cove that was once a central community

Columnist James Upham visits Slacks Cove.
1/1/18 minutes, 51 seconds
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New Brunswick is on track for a billion dollar surplus this fiscal year

Richard Saillant is an economist and public policy consultant in Moncton.
1/1/19 minutes, 31 seconds
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UNI Financial Cooperation continues to grapple with technical issues

Camille Theriault took over as president and CEO of UNI Financial Cooperation after a bumpy transition to a new online platform this summer.
1/1/110 minutes, 13 seconds
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Afterschool program aims to bridge education gaps for newcomers

Columnist Hillary Leblanc visits an afterschool program started by a couple of newcomers who saw a need.
1/1/18 minutes, 35 seconds
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Will Blaine Higgs roll the dice and ask for an early election?

Lori Turnbull is a professor of political science in Dalhousie University's faculty of management. 
1/1/111 minutes, 31 seconds
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The new President of the New Brunswick Medical Society talks priorities in health care

Dr. Paula Keating is the newly installed president of the New Brunswick Medical Society.
1/1/18 minutes, 30 seconds
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A Moncton man who is helping meet the needs of people living on the street

John Renton collects supplies, clothing and food for people experiencing homelessness in Moncton. Jonna Brewer joined him for one of his walks.
1/1/110 minutes, 58 seconds
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New Brunswick's Chief Justice is warning of increased delays in the court system.

David Lutz is a lawyer in Hampton who specializes in family law.
1/1/113 minutes, 13 seconds
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Liberal leader says a snap election is not good for democracy

Susan Holt is the leader of the Liberal Party of New Brunswick.
1/1/19 minutes, 27 seconds
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A new report could help decide whether Moncton, Riverview, and Dieppe will stick with the RCMP

Bryan Butler is a councillor for Ward 3 in Moncton. He's also a former member of the municipal force, and a retired RCMP officer.
1/1/18 minutes, 26 seconds
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Overdose prevention is a daily reality for street volunteers in Moncton

John Renton started a group called The Ragged People, made up of volunteers who distribute supplies, clothing and food to people living rough in the city.
1/1/111 minutes, 27 seconds
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David Coon says he's ready for an early election

David Coon is the leader of the Green Party of New Brunswick.
1/1/111 minutes, 34 seconds
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What does more funding for food programs in schools mean for students?

Stephane Sirois is the the executive director of Food Depot Alimentaire.
1/1/111 minutes, 15 seconds
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Could the Manitoba election results influence a possible election call in New Brunswick?

Jamie Gillies is a political scientist and professor of communications and public policy at St. Thomas University.
1/1/19 minutes, 2 seconds
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Should tent cities be allowed in Moncton? One advocate says yes.

John Renton is part of the group The Ragged People, supporting and advocating for people living rough.
1/1/110 minutes, 20 seconds
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New monument unveiled to honour Hilary Bonnell in Esgenoôpetitj First Nation

Fred Fillier was Hilary Bonnell's stepfather.
1/1/16 minutes, 59 seconds
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Will PC MLAs who defied premier Higgs run in a rumoured fall election?

Jacques Poitras is CBC NB's provincial affairs reporter.
1/1/17 minutes, 28 seconds
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An art exhibition in Campbellton shines the spotlight on recovery from self harm

Agata Borghesan is an artist living in Norway. David Petersen is a Charlo filmmaker and playwright.
1/1/120 minutes, 22 seconds
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The Green Pig Market in Salisbury continues to rebuild a year after a devastating fire

Dawn Beckwith is the co-owner of the Green Pig.
1/1/16 minutes, 35 seconds
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The city of Moncton's approach to homelessness means by-law officers on the street and no large encampments.

Conrad Landry is Moncton's fire chief and director of community safety.
1/1/115 minutes, 56 seconds
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A review of policing services in the Moncton area concludes it would be too costly and too risky to create a municipal force

CBC reporter Shane Magee.
1/1/110 minutes, 20 seconds
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To call or not to call? A look at the state of play in New Brunswick politics

Mario Levesque is associate professor in the department of politics and international relations at Mount Allison University.
1/1/115 minutes, 1 second
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Resurgo Place celebrates its 50th anniversary by displaying original Picasso painting

Sophie Auffrey is the heritage development officer at Resurgo Place.
1/1/16 minutes, 49 seconds
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New Brunswick mother fights for better care and treatment for people struggling with eating disorders in the province

Kerri Harris shared her story with CBC's Nipun Tiwari.
1/1/18 minutes, 34 seconds
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UNB researcher finds gaps in care and treatment for people with eating disorders in the province

Emilie Lacroix is an assistant psychology professor at the University of New Brunswick and an eating disorder researcher.
1/1/110 minutes, 21 seconds
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Private security firms booming in Greater Moncton as businesses look to deter theft and vandalism

Stephanie Morton is the CEO of Eastern Safety Services in Moncton.
1/1/115 minutes, 40 seconds
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New tick species found in New Brunswick

Vett Lloyd is a professor of biology at Mount Allison University and researcher and director of the Lloyd Tick Lab
1/1/19 minutes, 16 seconds
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Atlantic Canadian retailers grapple with organized retail crime

Jim Cormier is the Atlantic Director of the Retail Council of Canada.
1/1/113 minutes, 41 seconds
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A recent heart transplant could hint at the future for sharing organs between humans and animals

Dr. Christopher Labos is an epidemiologist and cardiologist.
1/1/16 minutes, 29 seconds
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The sport of cricket gains popularity in Moncton with year-round league

Venky Kulkarni of the Greater Moncton Cricket Association spoke with CBC's Maeve McFadden.
1/1/110 minutes, 15 seconds
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Hundreds expected at Navrati celebration at Moncton Coliseum

Amul Kalaria is one of the organizers of the Greater Moncton Navrati Festival.
1/1/17 minutes, 2 seconds
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Astrotourism operator hopes to capitalize on solar eclipse fever in New Brunswick

Stéphane Picard is owner and CEO of Cliff Valley Astronomy in Quispamsis.
1/1/110 minutes, 37 seconds
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A new business in Sackville fuses dining... with robots.

The CBC's Matt Tunnacliffe spoke with Paul An, owner of Oh! Chicken.
1/1/110 minutes, 49 seconds
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Vitalité Health Network is looking for host families to accommodate new healthcare workers in New Brunswick

Frédéric Finn is the Vitalité Health Network's vice-president of employee experience.
1/1/17 minutes, 1 second
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How to spend your climate tax credit from the federal government in order to lower your carbon footprint

Maria Panezi is a professor of law at the University of New Brunswick with a focus on climate change research.
1/1/17 minutes, 26 seconds
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Artist Raymonde Fortin opens a final show at the Apple Art Gallery in Moncton

Raymonde Fortin is an artist from Notre Dame. Nausika Breau is the owner of Apple Art Gallery in Moncton
1/1/16 minutes, 16 seconds
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A guide to vaccines and their availability in New Brunswick for flu, COVID and pneumonia

Anne Marie Picone is the interim executive director of the New Brunswick Pharmacists' Association.
1/1/16 minutes, 55 seconds
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Our City Views panel looks at policing in Greater Moncton, and whether switching to a local police force is a change worth considering

Kate Doyle and Kristin Cavoukian are members of our City Views panel
1/1/119 minutes, 19 seconds
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How a school pen pal project led to a 48-year friendship spanning two continents

Cindy St-Louis lives in Janeville, near Bathurst. Toni Percell is her life-long pen pal, visiting from Bendigo, Australia.
1/1/111 minutes, 47 seconds
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New children's book documents Nigerian immigrant experience

Barine Ngbor is the author of "I See Colour: The Amazing Life of Bolu Davis".
1/1/111 minutes
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The National Film Board has a new documentary about undertakers in time for Halloween

Georges Hannan of Moncton is the director of "Undertaker for Life".
1/1/110 minutes, 58 seconds
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Esther Fest gets underway in Amherst

Charlie Rhindress is the organizer of Esther Fest, which was inspired by a famous 19th century Amherst ghost story.
1/1/110 minutes, 8 seconds
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Codiac Transpo is setting new records with ridership numbers

The CBC's Alexandre Silberman has been looking into the growing demand for public transit.
1/1/17 minutes, 29 seconds
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The effort to revive Mi'kmaw in northern New Brunswick

Rebecca LaBillois is passing down a family tradition of language teaching to the next generation. The CBC's Oscar Baker III stopped by her classroom.
1/1/16 minutes, 46 seconds
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Moncton city council will explore where a new indoor pool could be built

Jon Hack of Sierra Planning and Management presented a report on aquatic facilities to Moncton city council. Jocelyn Cohoon is Moncton's general manager of community services.
1/1/18 minutes, 28 seconds
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Provincial education assessments show a decline in reading levels for Anglophone students in Grades 4, 6 and 9

Rebecca Halliday is the director and head teacher at Riverbend Community School.
1/1/116 minutes, 26 seconds
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PC caucus appears united as new legislative session begins

Roger Ouellette is a political science professor at l'Université de Moncton.
1/1/110 minutes, 54 seconds
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One lobster season ends and another one begins in New Brunswick

Luc LeBlanc is a fisheries advisor with the Maritime Fishermen's Union.
1/1/17 minutes, 28 seconds
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Chignecto Isthmus highlighted before senate committee studying climate change impacts

New Brunswick Senator Jim Quinn is a member of the committee.
1/1/19 minutes, 36 seconds
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Five years ago, cannabis was legalized in this country. Have there been public health impacts?

House doctor Raj Bhardwaj highlights a report published this month in the Canadian Medical Association Journal looked at outcomes related to the change.
1/1/19 minutes, 48 seconds
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With an influx of South Asian immigrants, Moncton is seeing tiffin service boom

The CBC’s Rhythm Rathi, who recently moved to Moncton from New Delhi, gets a taste of the growing local tiffin scene.
1/1/15 minutes, 48 seconds
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New Brunswick and Nova Scotia are forging ahead with energy sharing plans

Moe Qureshi is the manager of climate solutions with the Conservation Council of New Brunswick.
1/1/19 minutes, 49 seconds
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The long road to success. Three New Brunswick musicians reflect on their careers as the Music New Brunswick conference gets underway.

Jordan Best of Moncton, Dee Hernandez of Dalhousie, and Teah Bailey - A-K-A One8Tea - of Riverview sat down with Jonna Brewer to talk about their music careers so far.
1/1/119 minutes, 48 seconds
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Government programs to help people with disabilities subsidize the price of renovations aren't keeping up with actual costs

The CBC's Alexandre Silberman visited one couple near Bathurst who says it's increasingly difficult to stay in their own home.
1/1/17 minutes, 34 seconds
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The Dieppe market is expanding into a weekday operation

Jonna Brewer drops by the market to talk to executive director Gaeton Noel and some of the market vendors about the change.
1/1/113 minutes, 56 seconds
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A new project in Miramichi shows real estate development and affordable housing can go hand in hand

Blair Martin is a managing partner with Belleterre Community Partners in Toronto. Patty Michaud is the executive director of the Emergency Centre for Women.
1/1/112 minutes, 24 seconds
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Mini Halloween treats are getting even minier

Sylvain Charlebois is the senior director of the Agri-Food Analytics Lab at Dalhouise University and co-host the Food Professor Podcast.
1/1/19 minutes, 19 seconds
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Wondering why you get so moody when you're on your period?

Kayla Breelove Carter is a counselling therapist with a practice in Moncton.
1/1/18 minutes, 5 seconds
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Moncton man with a traumantic brain injury says video gaming helps with his recovery

LJ Whittington is a contributor to Information Morning.
1/1/13 minutes, 37 seconds
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The COVID pandemic changed a lot of things, including other viruses

House doctor Raj Bhardwaj says the World Health Organization is recommending a reformulation of the annual flu shots for next year.
1/1/19 minutes
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Officials in Greater Moncton seek diverse solutions to housing crunch

Moncton Mayor Dawn Arnold and New Brunswick's housing minister Jill Green want the former CFB Moncton site turned over for housing. Meanwhile, in Dieppe, urban planner Charles-Eric Landry says new housing study results point to a growing scarcity.
1/1/118 minutes
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How can riding a bus in Moncton become more convenient than driving a car?

Yves Bourgeois is an economist with a focus on urban economies and urban planning.
1/1/112 minutes, 18 seconds
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Moncton city council voted to review it's zoning policies which could seem some neighborhoods see greater density

Andrew Smith is the city's manager of long range policy planning. Bill Budd is the director of Planning and Development with the city.
1/1/111 minutes, 57 seconds
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A growing percentage of New Brunswick students are struggling with mental illness

Stéphane Robichaud is CEO of the New Brunswick Health Council.
1/1/112 minutes, 52 seconds
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Eel River Bar First Nation athlete joins Canadian women's wheelchair basketball team for Parapan American Games

Desiree Isaac-Pictou started playing wheelchair basketball in 2021, the year after a devastating accident at a motorsport event near Bathurst.
1/1/17 minutes, 54 seconds
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The Dr. Léon-Richard Oncology Centre celebrates 30 years of helping people fight cancer

Dr. Linda LeBlanc is a radiation oncologist and the head of the centre's regional oncology department.
1/1/111 minutes, 34 seconds
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Changes to the tresspass act are getting mixed reaction in New Brunswick

Public Safety Minister Kris Austin introduced a bill in the legislature he says would give police and bylaw officers "more teeth" to enforce the province's Trespass Act. John Wishart is the CEO of the The Chamber of Commerce for Greater Moncton.
1/1/115 minutes, 26 seconds
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Riverview's Brooklyn Douthwright wins a neck full of medals at the Pan American Games in Santiago, Chile.

Brooklyn Douthwright of Riverview wins 2 gold, 1 silver, and 2 bronze medals at the 2023 Pan American Games.
1/1/19 minutes, 47 seconds
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A historic Acadian house in Dieppe gets dressed up for Hallowe'en

Dieppe's Maison Doiron is steeped in history and draws hundreds of tourists every summer. Now, you can take a spooky tour for Halloween.
1/1/18 minutes, 30 seconds
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Our parents panel weighs in on sex education in New Brunswick

Clinton Davis, Weh-ming Cho and our new member, Melanie Colquhoun are the members of the Information Morning Moncton parents panel.
1/1/120 minutes, 33 seconds
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EV roadtrip hampered by poor charging infrastructure in New Brunswick

Khalil Akhtar speaks with Tom Beckley, the vice president of the Nature Trust of New Brunswick.
1/1/112 minutes, 34 seconds
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The number of MAiD deaths in Canada is on the rise, and that has some bioethicists worried

Tim Christie is an adjunct professor of bioethics at Dalhousie University and an adjunct professor of philosophy at UNB.
1/1/113 minutes, 7 seconds
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Black business: "culture farming" at the Black Rose Nation in Kingston, New Brunswick

Columnist Hillary LeBlanc brings us the story of Baba Shabazz, a farmer and educator.
1/1/15 minutes, 31 seconds
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Roadside History: English settlements and the population boom of late 1700s New Brunswick

Roadside History columnist James Upham takes us to Colpitts Settlement, where a monument marks the spot a young family arrived to build a new life.
1/1/111 minutes, 54 seconds
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The province is trying to understand how short term rentals are impacting the housing market in New Brunswick.

Jill Green is the province's minister of social development.
1/1/15 minutes, 57 seconds
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Now that carbon tax has been paused on home heating, what does it mean for the climate change agenda?

Louise Comeau is a senior advistor with Reclimate IT, which is a centre for climate change communications at Carleton University.
1/1/110 minutes, 1 second
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The story of a headless nun still captures the imagination of Miramichiers

Doug Underhill is the author of Miramichi: Tales Tall & True.
1/1/111 minutes, 43 seconds
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Combining players for high school sports teams has caused challenges for some schools this fall

Andy Clark is the president of the New Brunswick Interscholastic Athletic Association.
1/1/19 minutes, 37 seconds
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L'Université de Moncton welcomes high school students for forum as part of recruitment efforts

Amélie Montour is a recruitment officer for U de M and the organizer of the forum.
1/1/19 minutes, 50 seconds
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The girls hockey team at Moncton High School is getting a late start to its season

Larry Cook is the coach of the girls hockey team at Moncton High School. Grade 12 students Kylie Blackman and Kaylee Betts are players.
1/1/111 minutes, 34 seconds
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How does the time change affect our internal clocks and our sleep?

House doctor Raj Bhardwaj says not getting enough sleep can be a serious health issue.
1/1/19 minutes, 53 seconds
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Immigration lawyer and the Multicultural Association of the Greater Moncton Area weigh in on Canada's new immigration targets

Maureen Silcoff is an immigration and refugee lawyer. Ron Gaudet is the chief strategy officer for the Multicultural Association of the Greater Moncton Area.
1/1/117 minutes, 17 seconds
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Temperatures have dropped, but Moncton's out-of-the-cold hub is still not open

Fr. Chris VanBuskirk operates a breakfast and shower program at St. George's Anglican Church.
1/1/110 minutes, 8 seconds
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New programs aim to support people living with cancer

Greg King is the president and CEO of The Friends of the Moncton Hospital Foundation.
1/1/16 minutes, 8 seconds
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Home energy audits are in high demand

Jay Furey is an energy adviser at ThermalWiseNB.
1/1/19 minutes, 8 seconds
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Despite promises that the out-of-the-cold hub in Moncton would be ready in October, it's still not open

Rob McKee is the Liberal MLA for Moncton Centre.
1/1/118 minutes, 23 seconds
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New Canada Post holiday stamps were conceived by Riverview graphic designer

Jocelyne Saulnier is a graphic designer based in Riverview.
1/1/18 minutes, 44 seconds
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Documentary tells the story of New Brunswick farm boy who ended up on the front lines in the First World War

James "Jimmie" Johnston was a horse transport driver on the battlefields of the First World War. Ralph Johnston is his son.
1/1/115 minutes, 57 seconds
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What happened to discussions about a mental health court for Moncton?

Bernard Richard is New Brunswick's former ombud and child and youth advocate.
1/1/114 minutes, 57 seconds
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New Brunswick's anglophone students will soon have a chance to compete in spelling bee competitions

Monique Pereira of Petit-Cap is founder and president of the new chapter.
1/1/18 minutes, 22 seconds
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The Moncton Lions Community Centre is looking for a new home

Joanne Richard is the executive director of the Moncton Lions Community Centre.
1/1/15 minutes, 10 seconds
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Moncton man launches first Arabic-language newspaper in Atlantic Canada

Ali Ettarnichi is the founder of Arabic Atlantic, a print and electronic newspaper.
1/1/19 minutes, 21 seconds
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Moncton city council has approved the operation of the Homeless Hub on St. George Street

Dan Brooks is the executive director of the John Howard Society of Southeastern New Brunswick.
1/1/113 minutes, 20 seconds
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Mental health advocate has been lobbying for a mental health court since 2015

Paul Ouelette has spent his adult life managing care for his three siblings with schizophrenia.
1/1/111 minutes, 18 seconds
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Moncton restaurant owner embarks on new venture in Dieppe

Michel Savoie is the chef-owner of Les Brumes du Coude in Moncton.
1/1/18 minutes, 50 seconds
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How many Codiac Regional RCMP officers does the Greater Moncton area need?

Moncton councillor Bryan Butler raises the question during city budget deliberations.
1/1/15 minutes, 56 seconds
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Parents in Moncton is call for more subsidized spaces at a new daycare

Conrad Melanson is president of le Garderie McLaughlin daycare's startup committee.
1/1/111 minutes, 50 seconds
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Former Hubcap comedy contest winner gets set to record a comedy album

Kyle Barnet is a comedian who got his start at the Hubcap Comedy Festival in 2018.
1/1/18 minutes, 22 seconds
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Workers who support some of the most vulnerable New Brunswickers say there was a mistake in the provincial budget this year about their wages

The CBC's provincial affairs reporter Jacques Poitras spoke to Hugh Williams from the Association of Human Service Counsellors of New Brunswick.
1/1/110 minutes, 46 seconds
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Retracing the wartime steps of a father and grandfather

Bill Whalen and his son, Matt Whalen, are touring the battle sites where Bill's father fought during the World War II.
1/1/119 minutes, 59 seconds
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Mental health advocates call on the province to establish a mental health court program in Moncton

Mary Ann Campbell is a clinical psychologist and a professor in the department of psychology at the University of New Brunswick in Saint John.
1/1/111 minutes, 35 seconds
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Artificial intelligence developed a lot of beer recipes in 2023, including one in Moncton

Alan Norman is co-owner of Tire Shack Brewing in Moncton.
1/1/19 minutes, 42 seconds
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Scotiabank is closing several branches across the province in rural areas

Kassim Doumbia is the mayor of Shippagan. Louis-Philippe Gauthier is the Vice-President, Atlantic of the Canadian Federation of Independent Business.
1/1/119 minutes, 45 seconds
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Warm up those typing fingers because November is National Novel Writing Month

Kim Pittaway is a writing instructor, teaching in the writing and publishing program at the University of King’s College in Halifax.
1/1/17 minutes, 7 seconds
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2023 was a tranformatibve year for Harvey Hall

Jane Chrysostom is vice president and co-chair for programming at the Harvey Hall.
1/1/19 minutes, 58 seconds
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'Tis the season for colds, flu, and Covid

Tara Moriarty is an infectious diseases researcher and associate professor at the University of Toronto.
1/1/113 minutes, 36 seconds
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Paying tribute to longtime Radio-Canada Acadie host Michel Doucet

Radio host Michel Doucet died early Tuesday morning. Michel Doucet is professor emeritus of law at l'Universite de Moncton and a close friend.
1/1/18 minutes, 17 seconds
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Fredericton writer Lisa Alward will be talks about her debut short story collection

Lisa Alward's new book is called Cocktail.
1/1/113 minutes, 59 seconds
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The number of students vaping in Anglophone North schools is on the rise

Dean Mutch is superintendent of the Anglophone North School District
1/1/110 minutes, 40 seconds
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Is it time to update Canada's guidelines for lung cancer testing?

With the US updating their recommendations, Dr. Raj Bhardwaj is wondering if it's time for Canada to do the same.
1/1/17 minutes, 50 seconds
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Residents in the Mill Road area are stepping up efforts to have scrapyard removed

Monique Bernard is a resident affected by noise and pollution from the nearby scrapyard.
1/1/110 minutes, 13 seconds
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Moncton is getting more than $15 million to help speed up housing construction in the city

Dawn Arnold is the mayor of Moncton. Bill Budd is director of planning and development.
1/1/113 minutes, 48 seconds
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Atlantic Slam Basketball Tournament kicks off in Moncton

Roberto Di Donato is president of the Moncton Basketball Association.
1/1/19 minutes, 59 seconds
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The number of RCMP officers policing our province is going up, despite data showing crime in this province is actually declining

Michael Boudreau is a criminology professor at St. Thomas University.
1/1/18 minutes, 55 seconds
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Moncton's Masonic Temple building marks 100 years with rare open house

Peter McIntyre has been a freemason for over 40 years.
1/1/18 minutes, 28 seconds
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Moncton's new social inclusion plan aims to make the city more welcoming

Amanda Hachey and Frances LeBlanc are the co-chairs of the social inclusion planning committee.
1/1/122 minutes, 29 seconds
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New federal funding will help boost housing in Moncton. But what will that mean for people in need of affordable housing?

Julia Woodhall Melnick is the Canada Research chair and co-dicrector of Home Research Lab at UNB Saint John.
1/1/113 minutes, 7 seconds
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A stolen Honda Prelude and a community coming together

Sébastien Michaud's car was stolen in October. Brian Gast is the VP of investigative services with the Équité Association.
1/1/118 minutes, 16 seconds
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The province is unrolling new affordability measures, targetting seniors and people on social assistance

Cecile Cassista is the Executive Director of the Coalition for Seniors and Nursing Home Residents‘ Rights.
1/1/110 minutes, 57 seconds
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New Brunswick's Child and Youth Advocate says literacy rates getting worse in New Brunswick

Kelly Lamrock is New Brunswick's Child and Youth Advocate.
1/1/19 minutes
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Celebrating the 35th year of bringing hope to cancer patients in the area

Gilles Allain is the CEO of the CHU Dumont Foundation.
1/1/17 minutes, 42 seconds
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The Peter McKee Community Food Centre is asking for some extra support from the city

Christine Taylor is the General Manager of the Peter McKee Community Food Centre.
1/1/113 minutes, 49 seconds
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A group of residents in Shediac is asking the town to ban the use of pesticides for cosmetic purposes

Josee Dupuis is one Shediac resident who is calling for a cosmetic pesticide ban.
1/1/111 minutes, 42 seconds
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Earaches are common, particularly in kids. But are antibiotics necessary to treat them in all cases?

House doctor Raj Bhardwaj shares tips on treating that earache.
1/1/19 minutes, 8 seconds
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A group of Shediac residents wants to ban the use of cosmetic pesticides in the town. The mayor says it's not that simple.

Roger Caissie is the mayor of Shediac.
1/1/114 minutes
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The new Codiac RCMP office finally opens on Main Street Moncton

Benoit Jolette is superintendent of the Codiac RCMP. Patrick Richard is the executive director of Downtown Moncton.
1/1/119 minutes, 57 seconds
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Moncton businesswoman shares her wisdom in new book

Vera Milan Gervais is the author of The Wordz We Wear, How to Show up with Confidence and Create Your Best Life.
1/1/118 minutes, 53 seconds
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Too many kids in New Brunswick are falling behind in literacy. How can we fix that?

Paul Bennett is the director and lead researcher at Schoolhouse Institute and Consulting.
1/1/111 minutes, 34 seconds
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Three new bird species have been added to the official list observed in New Brunswick

Jim Wilson is a birder and a member of the the New Brunswick Bird Records Committee.
1/1/18 minutes, 14 seconds
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One year after Luke Landry died outside Moncton City Hall, his mother calls for better supports for people who are homeless.

Mary MacDonald spoke with the CBC's Alexandre Silberman about how's she's reflecting on her son's death one year later.
1/1/113 minutes, 8 seconds
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The average cost of rent was up nine per cent this year in New Brunswick compared to last October

Angus Fletcher is with the New Brunswick Coalition for Tenants Rights.
1/1/19 minutes, 41 seconds
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Former Crandall University professor has faced allegations of inappropriate behaviour in the past

CBC News senior investigative reporter Katie Nicholson has been looking into the dismissal of theologian John Stackhouse.
1/1/17 minutes, 34 seconds
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One year after her report, the former commissioner on systemic racism is still waiting for a response from the province

Manju Varma now works as executive director of Human Rights, Equity and Inclusion for Nova Scotia Community College.
1/1/110 minutes, 11 seconds
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Roadside History: An excursion to a small cemetary in Berry Mills, where a family raised a memorial to a fallen soldier in 1917

Our Roadside Historian James Upham looks at how some WWI soldiers were memorialized before the proliferation of cenotaphs.
1/1/19 minutes, 54 seconds
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Moncton considers new policy to slow down drivers without lowering the speed limit

René Legace is the director of engineering for the city.
1/1/17 minutes, 11 seconds
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New Brunswick athletes come home with medals after the Para Pan Am games in Chile

Sally Hutt is the executive director of Parasport New Brunswick.
1/1/110 minutes, 46 seconds
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A project to rebuild St. George Street will finally get underway in the new year

Patrick Richard is the executive director of Downtown Moncton Centreville Inc.
1/1/18 minutes, 9 seconds
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How to set some personal boundaries at your next holiday gathering

Kayla Breelove Carter is a counselling therapist with a practice in Moncton.
1/1/19 minutes, 17 seconds
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The province is committing to six new major school projects to accommodate soaring enrolment

Ernie Steeves is the Finance Minister. Bill Hogan is the Education Minister.
1/1/16 minutes, 28 seconds
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City Views: The city of Moncton is looking at ways to slow down drivers in certain neighborhoods

Kristin Cavoukian and Kate Doyle are members of the Information Morning City Views panel.
1/1/119 minutes, 31 seconds
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Moncton player joins Team Canada at the 2023 Para Hockey Cup

Jacob LeBlanc is a defenceman for Team Canada.
1/1/19 minutes, 18 seconds
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The halls are decked for a good caused in a Moncton family's home

Lisa Dow is the executive director of the Employment Support Peer-Helper Program. Normand Gallant is president of the board and owner of the home featured in this year's Christmas open house.
1/1/111 minutes, 59 seconds
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The province says the Moncton area will be getting two new schools and one big school expansion

Randolph MacLean is superintendent of the Anglophone East School District. Dawn Arnold is the mayor of Moncton.
1/1/113 minutes, 34 seconds
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Annual tradition and an annual remembrance of a much loved Miramicher

A Christmas to Remember has become a favourite holiday concert tradition in Miramichi.
1/1/17 minutes, 59 seconds
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Richibucto residents are bracing themselves for an extension to the odour-emitting plant Coastal Shell Products

Maisie Rae McNaughton is a member of the Kent Clear Air Action Committee.
1/1/17 minutes, 14 seconds
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Two new COVID-19 variants quickly gaining traction across Canada are already dominant in New Brunswick

Colin Furness is an infection control epidemiologist and assistant professor at the University of Toronto.
1/1/18 minutes, 5 seconds
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A 22-year-old environmentalist from Moncton is virtually attending the COP28 climate change summit

Sarah Gingles is studying environmental science and global development at Queen's University.
1/1/19 minutes, 20 seconds
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The need for school psychologists is growing, in a system already experiencing a shortage

Mary Ann Campbell is a professor of psychology at the University of New Brunswick in Saint John.
1/1/19 minutes, 16 seconds
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A Moncton school is rallying around families in need this Christmas

Julie Sillker is vice principal at Beaverbrook School. Jill Emeneau is a teacher.
1/1/18 minutes, 12 seconds
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Salvus Clinic in Moncton continues search for a new space

Melissa Baxter is the executive director of the Salvus Clinic.
1/1/16 minutes, 37 seconds
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Plans to open an out-of-the-cold shelter in Miramichi have stalled after business groups asked for a court injunction to stop the project

Tiffany Gallivan is a director of the Downtown Miramichi Business Network, one of the applicants in the injunction.
1/1/18 minutes, 45 seconds
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Miramichi's out of the cold shelter remains on ice following a court action to stop it

Adam Lordon is the mayor of Miramichi.
1/1/112 minutes, 26 seconds
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Moncton to display menorah in a reversal of a controversial decision

Dawn Arnold is mayor of Moncton. Irwin Lampert is past president of the Tifares Isreal Synagogue in Moncton.
1/1/113 minutes, 12 seconds
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Moncton councillors reflect on a flawed decision-making process after menorah controversy

Charles Léger is a councillor for Ward 2. Reverend Dave Steeves represents Ward 3.
1/1/113 minutes, 12 seconds
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Cocagne community garden gets a four-season greenhouse

Wiebke Tinney is the executive director of the Pays de Cocagne Sustainable Development Group.
1/1/18 minutes, 47 seconds
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Moncton's Hubcap Comedy Festival previews 2024 event

Robert Gallant is the manager of the HubCap Comedy Festival. Marshall Button is president.
1/1/112 minutes, 3 seconds
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The government is spending more than four times last year's amount on travel nurses

Paula Doucet is the president of the New Brunswick Nurses Union.
1/1/111 minutes, 31 seconds
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Is it Covid, the flu, or something worse?

House Doctor Raj Bhardwaj brings us up to date on flu season and offers advice on staying healthy for the festive season.
1/1/19 minutes, 46 seconds
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Moncton officials are reviewing the task force report on the September fire at American Iron and Metal site in Saint John

Daniel Allain is the MLA for Moncton East.
1/1/18 minutes, 6 seconds
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Headstart Moncton's Toyland campaign kicks off

Caroline Donelle is the executive director of Headstart Moncton.
1/1/15 minutes, 45 seconds
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Some regional service commissions will soon be responsible for addressing complex social issues, like homelessness

Andrew Black is the president of Union of Municipalities of New Brunswick.
1/1/19 minutes, 21 seconds
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Parents panel talks festive finances

Clinton Davis, Weh-Ming Cho and Melanie Colquhoun are members of the Information Morning parents panel.
1/1/118 minutes, 6 seconds
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A little piece of New Brunswick is heading into space

Satellite Violet was developed by engineering students in New Brunswick, including l'Université de Moncton. UNB student Noah Lydon is one of them.
1/1/110 minutes, 5 seconds
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Donations to the Sue Stultz Moncton Firefighters Turkey Drive have come up short this year

Jeremy Quillian is a lieutenant with the Moncton Fire Department.
1/1/16 minutes, 6 seconds
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The out-of-the-cold shelter in Moncton is now open 24/7

Dan Brooks is the executive director of the John Howard Society of Southeastern New Brunswick, the group operating the centre.
1/1/110 minutes, 41 seconds
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Students at l'Université de Moncton surprised by housing price hikes for residence next year

Étienne Bélanger is the president of FÉCUM, the student's union at l'Université de Moncton
1/1/110 minutes, 4 seconds
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What society needs to change in order to provide food security for all

Jasmine Tremblay D'Ettorre is a PhD student at the University of Toronto and a graduate of Mount Allison University.
1/1/110 minutes, 59 seconds
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Mount Allison's Black Resource and Information Centre the target of vandalism and hate-speech

Beyoncé Gibbons is the president of Mount Allison University's Black Student Union.
1/1/19 minutes, 7 seconds
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Moncton Lions Community Centre on the move again

Joanne Richard is the executive director of the Moncton Lions Community Centre.
1/1/15 minutes, 52 seconds
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Population boom in NB leads to longer waiting times for driving road tests

Rathore Shubham of Moncton spoke with CBC's Rhythm Rathi.
1/1/19 minutes, 20 seconds
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Business organizations in Miramichi drop legal action against proposed out-of-the-cold shelter

Adam Lordon is the mayor of Miramichi.
1/1/17 minutes, 45 seconds
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Ensemble Moncton gets new funding to expand hours and services

Debby Warren is the executive director of Ensemble Moncton.
1/1/16 minutes, 55 seconds
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Offfical Languages Commissioner chides province for failing to close linguistic equality gap in new report

Shirley MacLean is New Brunswick's official languages commissioner.
1/1/19 minutes, 28 seconds
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Why cities should be saying "yes in my backyard" as a solution to homelessness

James Hughes is the CEO and president of Old Brewery Mission in Montreal.
1/1/110 minutes, 49 seconds
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James Upham tells us how the hills of Albert County helped inspire the foghorn, the lighthouse and the invention of kerosene

James Upham is our roadside history columnist on Information Morning. You can read more about his travels at cbc.ca/roadsidehistory
1/1/111 minutes, 20 seconds
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After a challenging 2023, maple syrup producers look for better times in the season ahead

Louise Poitras is the executive director of the Maple Syrup Association of New Brunswick.
1/1/18 minutes, 6 seconds
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Demand at the Peter McKee Food Centre in Moncton continues to grow

Christine Taylor is the executive director of the Peter McKee Food Centre.
1/1/15 minutes, 52 seconds
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Can quality of life and a sense of belonging on the East Coast translate into big economic gains for the region?

Carole Lee Reinhardt is the Atlantic director for the national think-tank Public Policy Forum.
1/1/18 minutes, 19 seconds
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How to protect yourself from salmonella after deadly outbreak in North America linked to cantaloupe

Dr. Raj Bhardwaj is our medical affairs columnist.
1/1/19 minutes, 36 seconds
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An organization aimed at supporting Black entrepreneurs in New Brunswick is now offering services in French

It's been about a year since the Black Business Initiative expanded from Nova Scotia to New Brunswick. As columnist Hillary LeBlanc explains, the BBI is now helping Francophone business owners.
1/1/18 minutes, 22 seconds
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A Moncton art gallery is leaving the downtown, pointing to homelessness, crime, and addiction issues in the area

Nausika Breau is the owner of Apple Art Gallery.
1/1/18 minutes, 38 seconds
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Peter McKee Food Centre in Moncton helps provide nearly 4000 people a month with food support

Christine Taylor is the executive director of the Peter McKee Food Centre. Caitland Smith relies on the Centre for support.
1/1/110 minutes, 42 seconds
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From living on the streets to award-winning musician... Moncton rapper One8Tea shares his story

One8Tea, a.k.a. Teah Bailey is an award-wining rapper, coach, mentor and motivational speaker.
1/1/17 minutes, 21 seconds
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Ray of Hope Kitchen marks a milestone of serving its one millionth meal to people in need.

Greg Fennel is the manager of the Ray of Hope Kitchen.
1/1/110 minutes, 14 seconds
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Sackville school helping students deal with food insecurity

Susan Lafford is principal at Tantramar Regional High School. Michael Freeman is the United Way YouTurns Strategic Coordinator at the school.
1/1/18 minutes, 57 seconds
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Isthmus food program helping kids not go hungry over the weekend.

Tara Stirrat and Valerie MacIntosh with the Isthmus food program.
1/1/110 minutes, 5 seconds
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High school students in southeastern NB "fill the bus" for local foodbanks

Griffon Cassidy is a student council executive at Harrison Trimble High School. Heather Stordy is the community engagement coordinator with Anglophone East school district.
1/1/16 minutes, 27 seconds
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40 years of warm meals for those in need from Moncton's Karing Kitchen

Bruce Lawson is the manager of the Karing Kitchen in downtown Moncton.
1/1/110 minutes, 37 seconds
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657 people in New Brunswick died of COVID-19 in 2022, the highest COVID death rate recorded by any Canadian province in the last two years

The CBC's Robert Jones has been looking into the numbers.
1/1/111 minutes, 36 seconds
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Riverview player joins Professional Women's Hockey League

Growing up in Riverview, Sarah Bujold never thought she could have a professional hockey career.
1/1/16 minutes, 6 seconds
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Staffing, inflation and the lack of foot traffic have all made in impact on downtown businesses

Ken Kelly is the executive director of Downtowns Atlantic Canada.
1/1/19 minutes
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A study into the stench in Moncton's north end has found no health hazard when it comes to air quality

Councillor Dave Steeves represents Ward 3 in the city's north end.
1/1/19 minutes, 34 seconds
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The federal government’s plan to build more housing looks to post-war policy for inspiration

Brad Cross is a professor of urban history at Saint Thomas University in Fredericton.
1/1/111 minutes, 55 seconds
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Queens of Heart charity aims to help 300 families in holiday campaign

Diani Blanco and Alicia Roisman Ismach are the founders of Queens of Heart, a non-profit dedicated to helping families in need.
1/1/111 minutes, 22 seconds
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Our house doctor takes questions from kids

House Doctor Raj Bhardwaj picked some of the best ones to answer, just in time for the school break.
1/1/18 minutes, 17 seconds
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The City of Miramichi faces challenges finding shelter for its homeless population

The CBC’s Alexandre Silberman heads to Miramichi to highlight some of the efforts and hurdles to solving homelessness in Miramichi.
1/1/111 minutes, 27 seconds
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Roadside History: How Moncton's wartime homes helped solve a housing crisis

Columnist James Upham talks about the history of wartime houses in Moncton as the federal government looks to bring back pre-approved home designs to deal with today's housing crisis. This piece originally aired in November of 2019.
1/1/117 minutes, 8 seconds
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Riverview's Chocolate River Station will not be demolished to make way for a 10-story development afterall

Jeff Grandy is co-owner of the Holy Whale Beer Hall and Garden, the largest tenant in the Chocolate River Station.
1/1/16 minutes, 10 seconds
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Boys and Girls Club Moncton plans much needed playground upgrade

Moncef Lakouas is executive director of BGC Moncton. Teah Bailey is the sustainability and advancement Manager at the club.
1/1/16 minutes, 42 seconds
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How recreation therapists in Moncton are working to make the holidays brighter for patients

Paula Jewell is an activity worker at the Moncton Hospital. Alison MacAulay is the manager of occupational and recreation therapy at the Moncton hospital.
1/1/110 minutes, 33 seconds
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City Views panel shares naughty and nice list for the year that was in municipal politics

Kate Doyle and Kristin Cavoukian are members of the Information Morning City Views panel.
1/1/116 minutes, 50 seconds
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A new film pays tribute to the work of David Adams Richards

Monique LeBlanc is the director of "The Geographies of DAR." David Adams Richards is an author and senator.
1/1/118 minutes, 25 seconds
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City Views: What can a city do to encourage volunteerism?

Kristin Cavoukian and Kate Doyle join us regularly to discuss municipal issues.
1/1/118 minutes, 14 seconds
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Disability advocates offer mixed reviews on federal budget

Haley Flaro is the Executive Director of Ability New Brunswick.
1/1/113 minutes, 9 seconds
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What will your grocery bill look like in 2024?

Sylvain Charlebois is the senior director of the Agr-Food Analytics lab at Dalhousie University.
1/1/17 minutes, 40 seconds
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Syrian refugee who became "parental rights" advocate in New Brunswick speaks about his story

Jacques Poitras is CBC New Brunswick's provincial affairs reporter.
1/1/112 minutes, 51 seconds
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Long waits and closures in NB emergency rooms over the holidays

Tim Brooks of Riverview spent 12 hours at the at the Dr. Everett Chalmers hospital waiting for care.
1/1/15 minutes, 44 seconds
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East Coast Music Association hopes more musicians will consider taking a break from booze in January

Errin Williams is a Clinical Social Worker and therapist. Jaclyn Reinhart is a musician from Saint John.
1/1/113 minutes, 7 seconds
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Puck drops on the inaugural season of the Professional Women's Hockey League

Karissa Donkin is a reporter with CBC Sports.
1/1/19 minutes, 51 seconds
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Moncton's mayor looks back on 2023 and ahead to the future

Dawn Arnold is the mayor of Moncton.
1/1/121 minutes, 7 seconds
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Production hiccup at popular Chase the Ace fundraiser in the Chaleur region leads to confusion

René Beaudet is co-chair of the Chase the Ace fundraiser in Petit-Rocher.
1/1/111 minutes, 59 seconds
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New Brunswick doctor reflects on a tough holiday season for patients

Dr. Yogi Sehgal is an emergency room doctor at the Dr. Everett Chalmers Hospital.
1/1/110 minutes, 53 seconds
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Part history, part photo album, part poetry: new project tells the story of Black families in New Brunswick stretching back to the 18th century

Thandiwe McCarthy is working on a project to document the history of 15 Black families that can trace their lineage back to the 1700's.
1/1/112 minutes, 18 seconds
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New Brunswick ski hills are open, but still waiting for significant snow to fall

Jamie Hare is the general manager at Poley Mountain. Greg Dion is the manager at at Sugarloaf Provincial Park.
1/1/17 minutes, 54 seconds
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Latest numbers show a steep rise in homelessness in New Brunswick

Greg Bishop is a senior director at the Saint John Human Development Council.
1/1/19 minutes, 3 seconds
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Riverview's mayor looks ahead to another year of growth in 2024

Andrew LeBlanc is the mayor of Riverview.
1/1/114 minutes, 29 seconds
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Our parents panel talks about developing healthy eating habits for kids, after the holiday treats

Clinton Davis, Melanie Colquoun and Weh Ming-Cho make up Information Morning Moncton's parents panel.
1/1/117 minutes, 19 seconds
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Remembering Joseph Knockwood, former Chief of Fort Folly First Nation

Tim Robinson is the director of the salmon recovery project at Fort Folly Habitat Recovery Program.
1/1/18 minutes, 11 seconds
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Canadian Federation of Independent Business calls for Atlantic premiers to lower the small business tax rate this year

Duncan Robertson is the senior policy analyst for the Canadian Federation of Independent Business.
1/1/15 minutes, 19 seconds
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Weekend fire destroys Aboiteau Wharf restaurant and fish market in Cap-Acadie

Anthony Azard is the CEO of the Cap-Acadie Chamber of Commerce.
1/1/18 minutes, 39 seconds
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New hopes and challenges ahead for the city of Miramichi in 2024

Adam Lordon is the mayor of Miramichi.
1/1/110 minutes, 45 seconds
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Moncton's hockey community mourns the loss of five-year-old Tate Hughes

Neil McGillis coaches the U-11 AA Moncton Hawks and is a close friend of the Hughes family.
1/1/18 minutes, 54 seconds
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James Upham uncovers the story of pauper's auctions, a grim chapter in New Brunswick history

James Upham is our roadside history columnist. You can read more of his work at cbc.ca/roadsidehistory.
1/1/113 minutes, 8 seconds
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New federal money for Moncton non-profit Rising Tide to build housing for people without homes

Dale Hicks is chair of the board for Moncton non-profit Rising Tide.
1/1/18 minutes, 20 seconds
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The mayor of Dieppe lays out priorities for his city in 2024

Yvon LaPierre is the mayor of Dieppe.
1/1/113 minutes, 43 seconds
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A former head of emergency medicine at the Saint John Regional Hospital talks about the current crunch in New Brunswick emergency departments

Dr. Mike Howlett is president of the Canadian Association of Emergency Physicians.
1/1/110 minutes, 12 seconds
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Councillors weigh in after seniors programs cancelled

Paulette Theriault is a city councillor for Ward 1. Shawn Crossman is the Deputy Mayor of Moncton and a Councillor for Ward 1.
1/1/113 minutes, 32 seconds
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Acadian Peninsula feels brunt of winter storm

Kassim Doumbia is the mayor of Shippagan.
1/1/16 minutes, 53 seconds
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International students studying in New Brunswick hope the federal government will increase the number of hours they are permitted to work

Jovial Orlachi Osundu is president of the international student association at the Université de Moncton.
1/1/111 minutes, 32 seconds
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Support for people without homes and managing population growth on the city of Bathurst's agenda for 2024

Kim Chamberlain is the mayor of Bathurst.
1/1/110 minutes, 55 seconds
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The percentage of New Brunswickers living with a disability among the highest in Canada, and the number is growing

Haley Flaro is the director of Ability NB.
1/1/16 minutes, 58 seconds
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What the loss of the Lions Community Centre programming means to Moncton seniors

Greta Doucet is a senior citizen who lives in Moncton.
1/1/110 minutes, 42 seconds
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Moncton-based chef Dennis Prescott returns with a new cookbook after five year wait.

Dennis Prescott is a chef, tv host and author of "Cooking With Confidence".
1/1/19 minutes, 36 seconds
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What are the options for properties and communities threatened by coastal erosion?

Jeff Ollerhead is a professor of geography and environment at Mount Allison University.
1/1/113 minutes, 18 seconds
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New Brunswick doctor takes a look at what can be done to fix issues in the heath care system

Fraser Mackay is a family physician and emergency care doctor.
1/1/110 minutes, 53 seconds
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Public consultations begin on the future of Moncton's Vision Lands.

Bill Budd is the director of planning and development for the city. Jim Scott is with Trace Planning & Design.
1/1/110 minutes, 52 seconds
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The Miramichi Salmon Association has recorded a significant decline in salmon returns

Butch Dalton is the interim president of the Miramichi Salmon Association.
1/1/18 minutes, 30 seconds
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Moncton council has delayed a decision on a major housing development after hearing from neighbours opposing the plans

Annie Michaud is one of the residents opposed to development proposed off McLaughlin Road. Albert Boudreau is the owner of ATMJ Properties, the company behind the development plans.
1/1/15 minutes, 59 seconds
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Salisbury is celebrating the history of it's fox industry

Connie Colpitts owned and operated a fox ranch from 1976 until 1987.
1/1/18 minutes, 52 seconds
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The New Brunswick Nurses Union says the current situation in hospitals is similar to "third-world healthcare delivery".

Paula Doucet is the president the New Brunswick Nurses Union.
1/1/110 minutes, 10 seconds
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A new comedy TV show was filmed at O'Donoghue's Pub in Miramichi

Jimmy MacKinley of Miramichi co-created and acts in the new series.
1/1/19 minutes, 51 seconds
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Loblaws no longer offering 50-percent discounts for almost-expired foods

Janet Music is the research program coordinator for the Agri-foods Analytics Lab at Dalhousie University.
1/1/110 minutes, 39 seconds
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Environmental Trust Fund hangs in the balance after changes to bottle recycling scheme

David Coon is the leader of the Green Party of New Brunswick.
1/1/18 minutes, 29 seconds
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Property assessments jump for many New Brunswickers

Dan Murphy is with the Union of Municipalities of New Brunswick.
1/1/19 minutes, 28 seconds
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Shippigan contends with coastal erosion after series of winter storms

Kassim Doumbia is mayor of Shippigan.
1/1/110 minutes, 17 seconds
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City Views panel highlights missteps after some seniors programs cancelled in Moncton

Kate Doyle and Kristin Cavoukian are members of the Information Morning City Views panel.
1/1/120 minutes, 56 seconds
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A UNB political scientist says he's surprised at how the PC Party signed off on Faytene Grassechi's candidacy

Donald Wright is a professor of political science at the University of New Brunswick.
1/1/110 minutes, 5 seconds
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Moncton businesses continue to grapple with homelessness

The CBC's Alexandre Silberman has been speaking to business owners in Moncton's downtown.
1/1/17 minutes, 25 seconds
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It's been a roller coaster season for skiing and skating, but it's always hiking season in New Brunswick

James Donald is the creator of the Hiking NB, Paddling NB and Hiking PEI websites.
1/1/18 minutes, 22 seconds
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It's been a longtime since a show was held at Magnetic Hill's concert venue. That might soon change

Shane Porter is the City of Moncton’s director of events and venues.
1/1/17 minutes, 31 seconds
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A small change in US lobster sizes that could be a big deal for the Canadian industry

The CBC's Paul Withers reports from the US-Canada Lobster Town Meeting in Moncton.
1/1/18 minutes, 17 seconds
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Health officials say Canada is seeing a record number of cases of invasive Group A strep

Dr. Christopher Labos is an epidemiologist and cardiologist.
1/1/19 minutes, 47 seconds
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How the Humanity Project's tiny homes are giving people hope on a farm outside Moncton

Charlie Burrell is the founder of the Humanity Project. Shawn Robicheau is one of about a dozen people living on the Humanity Project's farm in Little River, NB.
1/1/112 minutes, 36 seconds
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A one-day clinic in Moncton helps people living on the streets and in shelters to quickly access critical government services

Marc Belliveau is the executive director of Harvest House.
1/1/17 minutes, 55 seconds
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Closure of Escuminac lobster processing plant leaves migrant workers with precarious employment

Adi Rao is a board member of the Madhu Verma Migrant Justice Centre.
1/1/110 minutes, 11 seconds
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New Brunswick gears up for a once-in-a-lifetime astronomical event: April's total solar eclipse.

June MacDonald is with the President of the Royal Astronomical Society of Canada - New Brunswick Centre
1/1/19 minutes, 26 seconds
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Why women are more at risk of developing age-related brain disorders.

Liisa Galea is a professor in the Department of Psychiatry at the University of Toronto.
1/1/17 minutes, 47 seconds
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Ottawa's new cap on international student permits draws mixed reactions from university and college communities

Trilok Bawa is the New Brunswick representative for the Canadian Federation of Students. Pierre Zundel is president and CEO of the Collège Communautaire du Nouveau-Brunswick.
1/1/117 minutes, 29 seconds
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A new report suggests half of New Brunswick students graduating with a bachelor of education remain in the province to teach in public schools

Ted McDonald is principal investigator and the director of the New Brunswick Institute for Research, Data and Training.
1/1/110 minutes, 15 seconds
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Atlantic Canadian premiers ask Canada's transport minister to cool his jets on proposed changes to air passenger protection regulations

Duncan Dee is the former Chief Operating Officer of Air Canada.
1/1/19 minutes, 58 seconds
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What will a cap on international students in Canada mean for l'Université de Moncton?

Denis Prud'homme is the president of l'Université de Moncton.
1/1/112 minutes, 20 seconds
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After 47 straight weeks, the Chase the Ace draw in Petit Rocher finally has a winner!

Dan and Murielle Robbins are the winners of more than $8M. Wendy Aubé and René Beaudet are organizers of the Chase the Ace draw.
1/1/110 minutes, 47 seconds
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Citizens erect billboard in Dieppe to warn people of effects of long COVID

Keith Muise speaks for a citizen's group called COVID Awareness 2024.
1/1/114 minutes, 53 seconds
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It's been almost four years since the start of the pandemic and Covid-19 continues to circulate in Canada

House doctor Raj Bhardwaj says researchers are learning more about some of the the long-term effects of Covid infections.
1/1/18 minutes, 37 seconds
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A Moncton company takes their pitch to investors on Dragon's Den

Matt Pennell and April Glavine co-own Sum Good, a fruity hydrating freezie.
1/1/111 minutes, 27 seconds
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A member of the Anglophone East district education council calls out a policy change that means the province won't cover the DEC's legal bills

Kristin Cavoukian is a member of the district education council for Anglophone East.
1/1/16 minutes, 34 seconds
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Four years on, expert says COVID policy has fallen off government agendas

Colin Furness is an infection control epidemiologist and assistant professor at the University of Toronto.
1/1/112 minutes, 4 seconds
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Shelter Movers marks one year helping abuse victims in Greater Moncton

Michelle Tupy is the Shelter Movers chapter director for Greater Moncton.
1/1/19 minutes, 26 seconds
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Pilot project allows some NB pharmacies to assess and prescribe for strep throat, diabetes, and other medical conditions

Anastasia Shiamptanis is the registrar of the New Brunswick College of Pharmacists.
1/1/18 minutes, 1 second
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The search is on to nominate Black Changemakers in communities across the Maritimes

Katie Jackson is the coordinating producer for Black Changemakers. You can get more details on this series at cbc.ca/blackchangemakers.
1/1/16 minutes, 19 seconds
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Coastal erosion threatens to disrupt thousands of years of New Brunswick history.

Gabe Hrynick is an anthropology professor at UNB. He also co-hosts the New Brunswick Archaeology Podcast.
1/1/110 minutes, 45 seconds
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Tenant loses everything after fire destroys apartments and businesses in Bouctouche

Arjay Nagramba is from the Philippines and now lives in Bouctouche.
1/1/14 minutes, 37 seconds
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Hundreds of New Brunswickers have applied for help from the province's rent bank

Jill Green is the minister of Service New Brunswick and the minister responsible for housing. Tobin LeBlanc Haley is a member of the New Brunswick Coalition of Tenants Rights.
1/1/118 minutes, 2 seconds
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A teen from Campbellton reflects on competition at the youth Olympic Games in South Korea

Courtney Charlong competed against 35 athletes in several short track speed skating events.
1/1/15 minutes, 12 seconds
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A Moncton woman urges people to get tested after husband dies from strep A

Kim Wetmore's husband, Dan Wetmore, died of strep A on Jan 19.
1/1/110 minutes, 12 seconds
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Roadside History: Why is there a row of quintessentially English brick houses in Dorchester?

James Upham is Information Morning's Roadside History columnist.
1/1/113 minutes, 8 seconds
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A new program aims to solve New Brunswick's shortage of construction workers

John-Ryan Morrison is the executive director of the Construction Association of New Brunswick.
1/1/110 minutes, 40 seconds
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The origins of Black History Month in Canada have a New Brunswick connection

CBC contributor Hillary LeBlanc reflects on her conversation with Rosemary Sadlier, a social justice advocate, author, and past president of the Ontario Black History Society.
1/1/18 minutes, 36 seconds
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Cervical cancer cases are on the rise in Canada

Dr. Sara Bouberhan is a medical oncologist at the Mass General Cancer Center in Massachusetts.
1/1/17 minutes, 8 seconds
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A Sackville artist's paintings are showing in Jaipur

Indu Varma has 13 mixed-media paintings showing at the Kalaneri Art Gallery in Jaipur, a city in western India.
1/1/19 minutes, 34 seconds
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Five people have died in New Brunswick with Strep A this year so far

Dr. Yves Leger is New Brunswick's Acting Chief Medical Officer of Health.
1/1/112 minutes, 47 seconds
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Stella Maris de Kent hospital is losing its acute care beds temporarily

Aldeo Saulnier is the mayor of Bouctouche.
1/1/17 minutes, 40 seconds
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Why is New Brunswick's whistleblower law so hard to use?

The CBC's Jacques Poitras explores why the whistleblower law needs an overhaul.
1/1/18 minutes, 51 seconds
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A mistake in a bill adopted by the legislature in December created a gap in child protection provisions

Jennifer Davis is a Fredericton family lawyer. Jane Thomson is a University of New Brunswick law professor.
1/1/18 minutes, 7 seconds
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Natural resources minister Mike Holland says he's ready to leave politics

Mike Holland is the MLA for the Albert riding.
1/1/17 minutes, 57 seconds
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Some schools to close early on April 8 for the solar eclipse

Alexis Keeling is an optometrist and president of the New Brunswick Association of Optometrists.
1/1/16 minutes, 52 seconds
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Mount Allison University's 54-year-old library set for major renovation

Rachel Rubin is dean of libraries and archives at Mount Allison.
1/1/19 minutes, 14 seconds
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The United Way of Greater Moncton expanding its meal program to help seniors in need

Debbie McInnis is the CEO of the United Way of Greater Moncton and Southeastern New Brunswick.
1/1/18 minutes, 34 seconds
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Plans for a environmental housing co-op in Sackville take shape

Eric Tusz-King is co-chair of the board of directors of the Freshwinds Eco-Village Housing Co-operative.
1/1/17 minutes, 29 seconds
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Cats bring joy to residents at St. Andrews nursing home

Cindy Grant is a producer with CBC New Brunswick.
1/1/19 minutes, 47 seconds
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Political watcher reflects on departure announcements of two Higgs cabinet ministers

Jamie Gillies is a professor of communications at St. Thomas University.
1/1/112 minutes, 41 seconds
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NB placing bets on a hydrogen future, but is it really as green as promised?

Mark Winfield is a professor of environmental and urban change at York University.
1/1/111 minutes, 54 seconds
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For people with mobility issues, getting snowed in can be a dangerous situation

Shelley Petit is the chair of the New Brunswick Coalition of Persons with Disabilities.
1/1/111 minutes, 1 second
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The New Brunswick Conservation Council calls the province's latest water report disappointing

Beverly Gingras is the executive director of the New Brunswick Conservation Council.
1/1/18 minutes, 32 seconds
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The city of Moncton is asking people to stay off the ice at Jones Lake and Centennial Park

Dan Hicks is parks manager for the City of Moncton.
1/1/15 minutes, 53 seconds
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Why don't all ducks fly south in the winter?

Matt Dyson is a Research Scientist with Ducks Unlimited's Institute for Waterfowl and Wetland Research.
1/1/112 minutes, 35 seconds
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Have you heard of “the jump test” for appendicitis?

Our house doctor Raj Bhardwaj weighs in on some medical advice he's been seeing on social media.
1/1/18 minutes, 5 seconds
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The story of Rebecca Schofield comes to the stage in TNB's newest production

Playwright Mélanie Léger wrote the play "Becca." Anne Schofield is Rebecca's mom.
1/1/114 minutes, 1 second
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A New Brunswick woman who almost lost her child to invasive strep A about 16 years ago says she's haunted by the experience

Carolle de Ste-Croix's daughter Madeleine developed infections three times in 2007 when she was five years old.
1/1/110 minutes, 28 seconds
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Were you one of the property owners affected by the storm surge that happened in early January?

Lisa Munn is the manager of recovery services for the New Brunswick Emergency Measures Organization with justice and public safety.
1/1/17 minutes, 18 seconds
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City Views: Moncton's Salvus Clinic has been without a place to call home for about three months

Kate Doyle and Kristin Cavoukian are members of Information Morning's panel on municipal issues.
1/1/120 minutes, 44 seconds
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As Bell Media sheds jobs and sells radio stations, local journalism suffers another blow

Brian Daly is an associate professor in the journalism program at the University of King's College.
1/1/110 minutes, 43 seconds
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Parents' Panel: Should kids be rewarded at school for academic results or perfect attendance?

Weh-Ming Cho, Melanie Colquhoun and Clinton Davis are members of the Information Morning parents' panel.
1/1/116 minutes, 10 seconds
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Bernice MacNaughton students ready to step into the spotlight with their production of "High School Musical"

Jonna Brewer met up with the cast, crew and director of BMHS's "High School Musical".
1/1/114 minutes, 25 seconds
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Residents in St. Stephen looking for solutions to the housing crisis asking questions about absentee landlord

Sam Farley is a reporter with CBC New Brunswick
1/1/18 minutes, 20 seconds
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Fully intact fossilized tree uncovered near Norton

Matt Stimson the assistant curator of geology and paleontology at the New Brunswick Museum. Olivia King is a research associate at the museum.
1/1/110 minutes, 30 seconds
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Positive signs for the future of Atlantic salmon in the Petitcodiac River

Edmund Redfield is a fisheries biologist with the Fort Folly Habitat Recovery Program.
1/1/18 minutes, 57 seconds
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As new nursing homes open in New Brunswick, a union rep wonders who will work in them, given a current staff shortage

Sharon Teare is the President of the New Brunswick Council of Nursing Home Unions.
1/1/19 minutes, 17 seconds
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How do you feel about the City's downtown? Downtown Moncton Centreville wants to hear from residents and business owners

Patrick Richard is the executive director of Downtown Moncton Centreville.
1/1/18 minutes, 44 seconds
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Riverview author and CBC veteran marks UNESCO's World Radio Day

Joe Mahoney recently retired after a 35 year career at the CBC. He's the author of "Adventures in the Radio Trade."
1/1/112 minutes, 17 seconds
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Two Moncton-area men are facing charges of sexual-based extortion, a crime on the rise in New Brunswick

Stephen Sauer is the director of Cybertip.ca - a national tipline for reporting the online sexual exploitation of children.
1/1/115 minutes, 30 seconds
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Europe is experiencing an alarming increase in measles cases

House doctor Raj Bhardwaj says public health officials in Canada are reminding people to make sure they're fully vaccinated against a once-rare disease
1/1/18 minutes, 34 seconds
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Child poverty on the increase in New Brunswick after pandemic income supports come to an end

Janelle LeBlanc is the provincial coordinator of the New Brunswick Common Front for Social Justice.
1/1/17 minutes, 10 seconds
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Legendary 90s all-ages venue that nurtured Moncton's music scene faces the wrecking ball

Ken Kelley is the drummer for the Monoxides. 
1/1/110 minutes, 31 seconds
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Miramichi shelter opens a "soft interview" room where women escaping domestic violence can provide their statements to police

Patti Michaud is the executive director of the Miramichi Emergency Centre for Women. 
1/1/15 minutes, 59 seconds
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How to stay safe when venturing onto the ice after unpredictable winter in New Brunswick.

Grégoire Cormier is program manager of Lifesaving Society New Brunswick.
1/1/19 minutes, 21 seconds
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TransAqua responds to Moncton city council's demand for changes at a sewage composting site.

Nicholas Cormier is TransAqua's interim board chair.
1/1/14 minutes, 45 seconds
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New Brunswick government announces another larger-than-expected surplus

Ernie Steeves is New Brunswick's Finance Minister. David Coon is the leader of New Brunswick's Green Party.
1/1/111 minutes, 41 seconds
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New hot chocolate festival hopes to warm up Greater Moncton

Amber Richards is the festival organizer for the Greater Moncton Hot Chocolate Festival. Sylvie Mazerolle is photographing the event.
1/1/17 minutes, 34 seconds
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A Maritime based research project aims to give young people resources to avoid extortion

Suzie Dunn is an Assistant Professor at the Schulich School of Law at Dalhousie University.
1/1/111 minutes, 36 seconds
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The Vitalité Health Network is looking for volunteers to assist in their hospitals

EeVe Stever is a manager of volunteer services at the Vitalité Health Network. 
1/1/17 minutes, 9 seconds
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A community group in Bathurst is floating a proposal to allow community ownership of the Acadie-Titan hockey team

Ed MacDermaid is part of a community effort to keep the team in the Chaleur Region.
1/1/18 minutes, 25 seconds
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A Moncton man hopes to "joggle" his way into the Guinness World Book of Records

CBC reporter Rhythm Rathi caught up with joggler Jean-Marc Doiron.
1/1/15 minutes, 43 seconds
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Greenhouse growers begin the farming season a little early

Kent Coates just planted spinach in the ground at Nature's Route Farm in Point de Bute.
1/1/110 minutes, 54 seconds
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How well equipped are police in the face of an ongoing overdose crisis?

Benoit Jolette is the officer in charge of Codiac Regional RCMP. 
1/1/115 minutes, 33 seconds
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A new study published recently in the Canadian Medical Association Journal takes a look at back pain

Dr Raj Bhardwaj, our CBC medical columnist, says back pain is one of the most common complaints that brings people to the doctor's office.
1/1/19 minutes, 52 seconds
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A pilot program to prevent substance abuse among teens is starting in Kent County and the Acadian Peninsula

Paul Lang is the CEO of the Kent Regional Service Commission. 
1/1/18 minutes, 37 seconds
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A new survey suggests the majority of Canadian grocery shoppers lean towards discounts on expiring or clearance items

Sylvain Charlebois is the Senior Director of the Agri-Food Analytics lab at Dalhousie University.
1/1/19 minutes, 10 seconds
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Black Business & Professional Network hosts anti-racism workshop in Moncton for black youth

Olaitan Onyebuoha is president and co-founder of the Black Business & Professional Network New Brunswick. 
1/1/111 minutes, 5 seconds
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Youth Impact Jeunesse annual fundraiser kicks off in Moncton

Mel Kennah is the executive director of Youth Impact Jeunesse.
1/1/113 minutes, 6 seconds
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Moncton airport launches partnership with Hope Air

Courtney Burns is the CEO of the Greater Moncton Romeo LeBlanc International Airport. 
1/1/15 minutes, 43 seconds
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Many New Brunswickers will not qualify for a promised one-time payment from the province

Crista Richards lives in Saint John. She thought she'd qualify, but has since discovered she won't. Susan Holt is leader of the Liberal Party in New Brunswick.
1/1/19 minutes, 47 seconds
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New Brunswick's recovery rate for stolen vehicles is higher than the rest of the country

Doug Short has owned an impound lot for 18 years in the greater Moncton area.
1/1/16 minutes, 31 seconds
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Vintage porcelain dolls discovered in the walls of historic home in downtown Moncton

Lawren Campbell is the heritage and culture coordinator for Moncton's Resurgo Place. He was speaking with the CBC's Rhythm Rathi.
1/1/15 minutes, 53 seconds
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New Brunswick's booming population means more new schools planned in the Anglophone East School District

Randolph MacLean is the superintendent of the Anglophone East School District.
1/1/112 minutes, 51 seconds
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What a sunnier economic outlook and potential interest rate cuts mean for those looking to borrow money

Dan Noel is a certified financial planner and president of Wyverstone Planning.
1/1/16 minutes, 59 seconds
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Some Riverview homeowners being billed for repair work on their street

Eric Sénéchal is a longtime resident of Riverview.
1/1/16 minutes, 34 seconds
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Sexual violence oversight teams working with New Brunswick municipal police forces

Jennifer Richard is the Director of Strategic Development for Sexual Violence New Brunswick.
1/1/17 minutes, 19 seconds
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Why does the Town of Riverview bill residents for some street upgrades?

Ashly Barron is the communications manager with the Town of Riverview. 
1/1/110 minutes, 7 seconds
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Columist LJ Whittington explains why representation matters

Information Morning columnist LJ Whittington wants to see more superheros who - like him - have a disability. 
1/1/13 minutes, 15 seconds
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Many people who experience painful gallstones have surgery to remove their gallbladder. A recent study suggests that may not be necessary.

House Doctor Raj Bhardwaj explains why gallstone surgery isn't always needed.
1/1/17 minutes, 52 seconds
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New survey suggests ageism impacts nearly 80 per cent of women in workplaces

Rumeet Billan is the CEO of Women of Influence, a global organization committed to advancing gender equity in the workplace
1/1/15 minutes, 14 seconds
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As Moncton votes to keep RCMP, one expert suggests alternatives

Christian Leuprecht is a Professor at Royal Military College at Queens University in Kingston.
1/1/114 minutes, 52 seconds
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Riverview Boys and Girls Club deals with vandalism again

Matt Hayes is the program director at the club.
1/1/19 minutes, 14 seconds
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A competitive women's hockey league could be coming to in northern New Brunswick

Kelsey Fraser lives in Miramichi and is a member of The Miramichi Mayhem hockey team.
1/1/17 minutes, 55 seconds
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Middle school students from across the province are putting their robotics skills to the test

Mario Levesque is with the non-profit Place Aux Competences. Vincent Viens is a grade 8 student at Ecole Antonine-Maillet.
1/1/113 minutes, 23 seconds
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Fishermen in Tabusintac are upset that the Department of Fisheries and Oceans has no plans to dredge the harbour

Weldon Harding is a fisherman in the area. Martin Mallet is the executive director of the Maritime Fishermen's Union.
1/1/16 minutes, 5 seconds
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The Archdiocese of Moncton has finally paid dozens of victims who sued the Catholic Church

Rob Talach is an Ontario-based lawyer who represented 26 victims who sued the Church for failing to protect them from sexual abuse.
1/1/18 minutes, 31 seconds
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Flooding in Sussex highlights a looming challenge for the town

Scott Hatcher is the chief administrative officer for Sussex. 
1/1/17 minutes, 13 seconds
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CEO of the Chamber of Commerce for Greater Moncton reflects on his career as he retires

John Wishart has been CEO of the Chamber of Commerce for Greater Moncton for more than 6 years.
1/1/111 minutes, 42 seconds
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Former Moncton-area MP reflects on legacy of Brian Mulroney

Dennis Cochrane was an MP in Mulroney's PC government, elected in 1984 in Moncton-Riverview-Dieppe. 
1/1/114 minutes, 5 seconds
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Victims of sexual abuse by priests from the Archdiocese of Moncton have finally received the full financial compensation they were owed

CBC reporter Shane Magee spoke with Archbishop Guy Desrochers.
1/1/16 minutes, 19 seconds
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Dieppe event honors the legacy of Black people in the community

Ali Abu Zeid is the Program Manager at Boys and Grls Club Moncton.
1/1/16 minutes, 35 seconds
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Are our outdoor winter activities in jeopardy because of climate change?

Frances Delaney is an Outreach specialist with the Canadian Centre for Climate Change.
1/1/110 minutes
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What to do with the kids on March break

Jenna Morton of Pickle Planet Moncton shares some ideas on having a cost-conscious March Break.
1/1/18 minutes, 2 seconds
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Residents of Sussex are cleaning up after last week's flooding

Scott Hatcher is chief adminstrative officer for the town of Sussex.
1/1/110 minutes, 48 seconds
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New guide helps air travellers navigate passenger rights rules

Julia Kent is director of social responsibility and advocacy for CAA Atlantic. 
1/1/16 minutes, 32 seconds
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Tips and tricks to get ready for the seeding season

Bob Osborne owns and operates Corn Hill Nursery. 
1/1/19 minutes, 49 seconds
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The Higgs government's no good, very bad week

Tom Bateman is a political science professor at St Thomas University in Fredericton. 
1/1/112 minutes, 52 seconds
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All-New Brunswick AUS hockey men's final is underway

Gerry Green of Miramichi is co-host of "The Run" Podcast.
1/1/18 minutes, 7 seconds
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Moncton's industrial parks expanding to meet demand

Pierre Dupuis is general manager of Moncton Industrial Development.
1/1/19 minutes, 34 seconds
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Cleanup underway after last week's flooding in parts of Fundy Albert.

Robert Rochon is the mayor of Fundy Albert.
1/1/111 minutes, 17 seconds
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New photography exhibit chronicles a "silent generation" of Acadian and Cajun women.

 Photographer Stella d'Entremont spoke with the CBC's Rhythm Rathi.
1/1/18 minutes, 7 seconds
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Why houses at risk of flooding may prove harder to insure in the future

Kathryn Bakos is with the Intact Centre on Climate Adaptation at the University of Waterloo.
1/1/18 minutes, 3 seconds
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How to stay safe on vacation while cases of measles and norovirus are on the rise

Dr. Raj Bhardwaj is our health and medical affairs columnist.
1/1/110 minutes, 56 seconds
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Roadside history columnist James Upham looks back to a time when the local mill was an important part of NB communities

James Upham is our Roadside History columnist. You can check out more of his work at cbc.ca/roadsidehistory
1/1/110 minutes, 45 seconds
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Some households struggling with mortgage payments as interest rates remain high

Ian Lee is with the Sprott School of Business at Carleton University.
1/1/19 minutes, 37 seconds
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How a wetland project in Moncton might be a solution to the harmful impacts of road salt

Adam Campbell is the Atlantic manager of operations for Ducks Unlimited Canada.
1/1/16 minutes, 22 seconds
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Why the idea of a community land trust is gaining popularity in Atlantic Canada

Shaina Luck is an investigative reporter for CBC Nova Scotia.
1/1/18 minutes, 56 seconds
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Is it time to rethink Daylight Saving Time?

Dr. Simon Sherry is a clinical psychologist and professor in the department of psychology and neuroscience at Dalhousie University
1/1/17 minutes, 3 seconds
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Repair café movement returns to Moncton

Ali Ahmar is an organizer of the RepairVerse.
1/1/16 minutes, 8 seconds
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What to consider before you adopt a new furry friend

Lesley Rogers is the executive director of the New Brunswick SPCA.
1/1/18 minutes, 53 seconds
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ilmmaker pays tribute to Indigenous women in Atlantic Canada, including Imelda Perley of Neqotkuk, formerly Tobique First Nation

Stephanie Jolene is an Indigenous writer, director, and producer based in Halifax. She directed the documetary series Women of This Land, available on CBC Gem.
1/1/113 minutes, 3 seconds
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Meet a couple of budding sports broadcasters from Moncton High School

Ethan Nelson and Braydon Allain started live streaming MHS hockey games on YouTube just over a year ago.
1/1/17 minutes, 13 seconds
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Shediac's Neptune Drive-in theatre has new owners and plans May re-opening.

Sébastien Després and his wife, Heather Wright, are the new owners of the Neptune Drive-In Theatre in Shediac.
1/1/111 minutes, 37 seconds
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New Brunswick groups address the feminization of poverty on International Women's Day

Krysta Cowling is the chair of the NB Coalition for Pay Equity.
1/1/111 minutes, 47 seconds
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House of Nazareth shelter tries new approach for Moncton's unhoused population

Zineb Elouad is the executive director of the House of Nazareth.
1/1/19 minutes, 30 seconds
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7 years and $16 million later, Tantramar's flood mitigation project nears completion

Andrew Black is the mayor of Tantramar.
1/1/19 minutes, 42 seconds
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New Brunswick's child, youth and seniors' advocate launches a report detailing challenges ahead for the province

Kelly Lamrock is the province's child, youth and seniors' advocate.
1/1/116 minutes, 32 seconds
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Former PC cabinet minister says province would be wise to embrace report on social program reform

Jody Carr served as a PC Cabinet Minister from 2010 to 2014 under Premier David Alward.
1/1/114 minutes, 45 seconds
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Parents Panel: Is a tiny, everyday achievement in your child's life worth a big celebration?

Melanie Colquhoun, Clinton Davis and Weh-Ming Cho are members of the Information Morning parents panel.
1/1/117 minutes, 2 seconds
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Vitalité Health Network offers recipes and guidance on dealing with the high cost of food

Gabrielle Michaud is one of the dieticians who worked on the project.
1/1/16 minutes, 29 seconds
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Will new reports on social service delivery actually lead to change?

Lori Turnbull is a professor of political science and director of the school of public administration at Dalhousie University
1/1/113 minutes, 17 seconds
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When you're spring cleaning your home, don't forget to include the medicine cabinet

Information Morning house doctor Raj Bhardwaj says there are “medical spring cleaning” tasks that you should consider this time of year.
1/1/17 minutes, 7 seconds
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A new report by the Canadian Chamber of Commerce shows progress for gender equality in the workplace is moving at a glacial speed

Marwa Abdou is the senior research director of the Canadian Chamber of Commerce’s Business Data Lab.
1/1/110 minutes, 16 seconds
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A new study delves into the decision-making process of police officers during a mental health call

Mary Ann Campbell is one of the authors of the study. She's a psychology professor and director of the Centre for Criminal Justice Studies & Policing Research at the University of New Brunswick in Saint John.
1/1/19 minutes, 46 seconds
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New Brunswick's seniors' advocate is calling for an overhaul of governance of the longterm care sector

Senator Joan Kingston was part of the advisory committee who contributed to the report on longterm care.
1/1/112 minutes, 50 seconds
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The top teams of CCAA men's basketball are competing at Mount Allison University

Norval McConnell is chair of the organizing committee and a former basketball player himself at Mount A.
1/1/17 minutes, 51 seconds
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Homeless shelters in Moncton and around the province are moving to a housing first approach

Marc Belliveau is the executive director of Moncton's Harvest House.
1/1/111 minutes, 34 seconds
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Inclusion NB responds to report on long-term care

Ken Pike is the director of social policy for Inclusion NB. 
1/1/18 minutes, 59 seconds
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Virtual exhibit examines the Gaelic language, and why its rarely spoken in Canada

Donal O'Doull is the curator of the virtual exhibit called "The Irish Language in Canada."
1/1/110 minutes, 1 second
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Four years later, how is the pandemic affecting young people's mental health?

Tracy Vaillancourt is a professor in counselling psychology and a Tier 1 Canada Research Chair in school-based mental health and violence prevention at the University of Ottawa.
1/1/19 minutes, 13 seconds
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Remembering John Bastarache, the founder of Jean's Restaurant in Moncton

Hazel Gray is a manager and waitress at Jean's Restaurant.
1/1/19 minutes, 7 seconds
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Community of Memramcook creates new policy and bylaw to help maintain its Acadian roots

Maxime Bourgeois is the mayor of Memramcook.
1/1/16 minutes, 37 seconds
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Tips for getting that perfect eclipse shot, while keeping yourself and your camera safe

Brad Perry is a photographer in the Fredericton area.
1/1/110 minutes, 20 seconds
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What it will take to eliminate cervical cancer in New Brunswick within a decade

Heather Mulligan is the manager of advocacy for the Canadian Cancer Society in Atlantic Canada.
1/1/112 minutes, 39 seconds
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Mount Allison student finalizing plans to open LGBTQ+ nightclub in Moncton's downtown core

Arianna Roach looks to open Aris nightclub this spring.
1/1/15 minutes, 7 seconds
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Great Canadian Pottery Throw Down star takes up artistic residency at the Dieppe Arts and Culture Centre

Michael Wood was a participant on the Great Canadian Pottery Thrown Down, and is a ceramics technician with the Dieppe Arts and Culture Centre.
1/1/17 minutes, 55 seconds
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It's now easier to go for a self-guided heritage tour in Moncton

Lawren Campbell is the city's heritage and culture coordinator.
1/1/110 minutes, 8 seconds