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August 2013 Archives

Hospital fallout

Posted by Danny Deveau

Horizon Health officials are trying to reassure patients the Miramichi Hospital is safe.

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Snook sentencing

Posted by Danny Deveau

Neville Crabbe details Donnie Snook's pattern of abuse and the missed chances to stop the pedophile.

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Tax relief for students

Posted by Danny Deveau

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Personal finance columnist Dan Noel looks at tax deductions for students

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New School

Posted by Danny Deveau

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Rebecca Bulmer talks about her alternate school for kids with learning disabilities in Moncton.

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Patients exposed

Posted by Danny Deveau

Horizon Health warns almost 25-hundred women they may have been exposed to unsterilized equipment.

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Transpo in transit

Posted by Danny Deveau

The senior transit planner with Codiac Transpo details some of the changes taking effect Sept. 1

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Hearing for Egyptian detainees

Posted by Danny Deveau

Cecilia Greyson updates the story of her brother John Greyson and Bathurst-raised Tarek Loubani

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Back to school lunches

Posted by Danny Deveau

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Guest host Khalil Ahktar, who also contributes a weekly food column to the show, talked with cookbook author and newspaper columnist Aurelie Paré about ideas for preparing healthy and desireable school lunches. (Myklr photo)

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Bear-ly legal

Posted by Danny Deveau

A bear safari business in Kent County has some authorities apprehensive, but it breaks no laws.

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Tutor program saved

Posted by Danny Deveau

YMCA's youth tutor program in Moncton lives....for now.

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Corn Hill Chronicles, Aug. 26

Posted by Danny Deveau

Bob O gets poetic.

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Spilling secrets

Posted by Danny Deveau

Pierre Battah talks about the dos and don'ts of whistle-blowing.

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Sappyfest sapped?

Posted by Danny Deveau

The Sackville indie music fest rallies to renew itself and pay off debts.

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Volunteer fatigue

Posted by Danny Deveau

St. John Ambulance volunteers will no longer be at Moncton events.

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Irving rail deal?

Posted by Joel LeFort

Connell Smith on speculation that JD Irving is a potential buyer for the deeply troubled Montreal Maine and Atlantic Railway.

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PGI $$ down

Posted by Joel LeFort

The Peter Gzowski Invitational may be on the move after the Moncton event raises fewer funds.

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Fisher to platter

Posted by Joel LeFort

A fresh take on getting lobster to the consumer.

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RRSP turnover

Posted by Joel LeFort

Dan Noel talks about options on turning your RRSP into a paycheque.

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Apartment glut

Posted by Joel LeFort

A renters' market in Moncton means building owners offering incentives.

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Illegal pet crackdown

Posted by Joel LeFort

Brigitte Noel's special report on the fallout from the Campbellton tragedy.

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Hogweed or Ivy?

Posted by Danny Deveau

A botanist leads us out of the weeds.

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Getting her G.E.D.

Posted by Danny Deveau

PGI guest speaker Sandra Burke shares her inspiring tale.

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Scholastic shopping

Posted by Danny Deveau

Some schools in Moncton are doing school supply shopping for parents.

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Hogweed alert

Posted by Danny Deveau

A Moncton mother is sounding the alarm after her boy was exposed to the noxious weed.

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Concern for Loubani

Posted by Danny Deveau

The latest on a former New Brunswicker who was arrested in Cairo last week.

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Corn Hill Chronicles, Aug. 19

Posted by Danny Deveau

Bob O.'s best day ever. Or at least it seemed like it.

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Time management

Posted by Danny Deveau

Guest columnist Tina Smith has strategies to get 'er done.

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Downtown lobby

Posted by Danny Deveau

An update on Downtown Moncton Inc's billboard campaign for an entertainment centre.

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Kaldor on call

Posted by Danny Deveau

A Peter Gzowski favourite performs at a Moncton soiree that honours his name and his literacy legacy.

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Have your say

Posted by Terry Cottreau

Riverview is considering plans for a new multi-purpose community centre. Town councillor Tom Toner talks to Vanessa about how citizens can give their input.

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Lucien a cappella

Posted by Terry Cottreau

NB's blue-collar philosopher updates The Lumberman's Alphabet song.

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High strings

Posted by Terry Cottreau

Dieppe International Kite Fliers festival participants Clifford Quinn and Axel Kostros talk about the finer points of their pursuit.

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Assembly raises concerns

Posted by Terry Cottreau

Mi'kmaq Assembly co-chair Chief George Ginnish talks about the Saint John port expansion.

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Curlers learn from local champions

Posted by Terry Cottreau

Russ Howard and Grant Odishaw talk about a development camp underway in Moncton for young curlers.

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Collecting history

Posted by Terry Cottreau

An American writer wants to hear Moncton memories of working at the Eaton's catalogue building for his new book.

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Gimme a (charitable) break

Posted by Terry Cottreau

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Personal finance watcher Dan Noel explains why this is a great year to give to charity.

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Use it or lose it.

Posted by Terry Cottreau

Maritime Bus expands service to northern New Brunswick on a trial basis.

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Hard-Knock Annie

Posted by Terry Cottreau

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Margaret Torrance, centre, sprained an ankle but the show went on in Sackville for the Will O The Wisp theatre production of "Annie". She also made it to our CBC Studio flanked by co-directors Marilla (left) and Charlotte Steuter-Martin. There are four more shows running Thursday to Saturday, including a matinee.

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'Skeeter woes

Posted by Terry Cottreau

A biology professor explains the recent mosquito invasion in Moncton.

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Reptile Ocean employee speaks

Posted by Terry Cottreau

New details emerge about how a python escaped its enclosure above the Reptile Ocean pet store in Campbellton.

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Cyber Scan-ning

Posted by Terry Cottreau

The director of a new investigative unit in N.S. explains how his team will work to stop online bullying.

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Close Call

Posted by Terry Cottreau

An incident at Magic Mountain this week illustrates just how quickly a child can get into trouble in the water.

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Corn Hill Chronicles, Aug. 12

Posted by Terry Cottreau

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Bob O. takes to the pruning shears.

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First-day jitters

Posted by Terry Cottreau

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Guest workplace columnist Tina Smith has some tips for employees and bosses on that important first day at a new job.

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Barthe boys farewell

Posted by Terry Cottreau

Sounds from the weekend funeral in Campbellton.

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Stopping cyberbullies

Posted by Terry Cottreau

Justice Minister Marie-Claude Blais about New Brunswick's plans on the heels of tough new legislation in Nova Scotia.

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Dulse de key?

Posted by Terry Cottreau

A listener writes "We Got Dulse" and proposes it as NB's musical anthem. What do you think?

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Living longer

Posted by Terry Cottreau

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Personal finance watcher Dan Noel looks at the money effects of living longer.

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Campbellton mourns

Posted by Terry Cottreau

A former Repile Ocean employee speaks; the city holds a vigil for the Barthe boys.

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For wee ones, too

Posted by Troy Poirier

Melanie Ross Breen talks about the Miramichi Folksong Festival's special emphasis on fostering performances by children during the weeklong event.

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On the scene

Posted by Troy Poirier

CBC's Michael Dick describes apparent effort by authorities to remove animals from Reptile Ocean in Campbellton.

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Snake risks

Posted by Troy Poirier

The World Society for the Protection of Animals Canada weighs in on the Campbellton tragedy.

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Corn Hill Chronicles, Aug. 6

Posted by Troy Poirier

Bob OsborneDespite bad signs everywhere, Bob Osborne opts for optimism and hope.

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End of the pool

Posted by Troy Poirier

The city's Jocelyn Cohoon explains why Moncton is closing it's last outdoor pool.

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Campbellton tragedy

Posted by Troy Poirier

The RCMP and Campbellton's deputy mayor talk about a python attack that left two boys dead.

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Terry Trek

Posted by Troy Poirier

Two Mt. A students prepare for a mountainous Terry Fox journey to benefit cancer research.

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NB's "reel" anthem?

Posted by Troy Poirier

NB FLAGMichael Richard LeBlanc's three-part series on the fiddle tune that's vibrating the province's identity chord.

PART 1

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PART 2
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PART 3
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Kiteboarding competition

Posted by Troy Poirier

Mike McCarthy (left) and Martin LevesqueMike McCarthy (left) and Martin Levesque talk about this weekend's Atlantic Kite Jam in Cocagne Cape.

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Chlorinated closure

Posted by Troy Poirier

The City of Moncton has decided to close Moncton's only remaining outdoor pool, but parents and children say don't do it.

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Strait swimmers

Posted by Troy Poirier

Todd McDonald and Olivia Leger talk about taking on the 15 km ocean swim from Cape Jourimain to Borden along with more than 30 other participants on Sunday.

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Squirrely installation

Posted by Troy Poirier

Rita McKeoughArtist Rita McKeough talks about her "emergency hospital" for outdated cell phones.

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Stretching your investments

Posted by Troy Poirier

Dan Noel (Nov. 2012)Personal finance watcher Dan Noel talks boosting your yield in retirement.

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Protest pause

Posted by Troy Poirier

Susan Levi-Peters talks about the apparent temporary halt in operations by SWN resources.

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First of many?

Posted by Troy Poirier

Xavier LegereXavier Legere talks about the inaugural Codiac music festival happening this weekend in Moncton.

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