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Information Morning Fredericton with Terry Seguin

The Future of Crabbe

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Chris Ramsey dropped in to give us an update on the future of the Crabbe Mountain ski hill, after a community meeting was held last night in Fredericton.

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Riverwatch Update

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With the arrival of spring-like weather, NB EMO is asking people to keep an eye on the river. Terry Seguin checks in with Paul Bradley, communications officer for the New Brunswick Emergency Measures Organization.

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Foreign Students Hoping for Permanent Residency Face Uncertainty

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Symone Jennings is a citizen of Trinidad who wants to become a Canadian, but because of recent changes to Canada's Immigration system, there are still many questions to be answered about whether she will be able to stay.

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Report Released - Two Languages: It's Good For Business

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Terry Seguin talks to NB's Commissioner of Official Languages Katherine D'Entremont about how bilingualism benefits everyone.

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Please Keep Away from the Fire Hose

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Terry Seguin talks to Assistant Deputy Fire Chief David McKinley about how the Fredericton Fire Department's job was made more difficult by careless motorists Tuesday evening. There may be a fine involved if you do this too.

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NB's AG Releases Atcon Report

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New Brunswick's Auditor General Kim MacPherson believes the Graham cabinet violated provincial regulations in the Atcon deal. Terry Seguin gets details of that report.

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Conservation of Miramichi River Watershed Property

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The Nature Conservancy of Canada is launching a campaign to fund the largest conservation project in New Brunswick's history. Terry Seguin talks to Paula Noel.

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Sisson Artifacts

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There have been some interesting archaeological finds at the site of the proposed Sisson mine. CBC reporter Julianne Hazlewood has a report.

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The Culture of Public Shaming

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As one man's road rage goes viral, it leaves questions about public shaming online. Terry Seguin talks to Jan Wong, a columnist at the Chronicle Herald in Halifax and journalism professor at St. Thomas University.

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Rescuing Democracy from Politics

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The leader of the Green Party of Canada is in Fredericton today, waging war against Bill C-51. Elizabeth May argues the so called "Anti-Terrorism Act" will make Canada less safe.

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