Information Morning Moncton

  • Jonna Brewer Vanessa Blanch

    Welcome to Information Morning Moncton, 106.1 FM

    Information Morning Moncton serves listeners from the greater Moncton area to Sackville, Miramichi, Bathurst, Campbellton and Dalhousie and is hosted by Jonna Brewer.

    Posted: Jun 01, 2016 12:40 PM AT
    Last Updated: Jan 10, 2017 9:57 AM AT

Information Morning Moncton clips

  • Friday September 22, 2017

    Audio Marie Morant - Ride for cancer

    Vanessa speaks with Marie Morant, an organizer of the Distinguished Gentleman's Ride event in Moncton.

    Listen 7:27
  • Wednesday September 20, 2017

    Audio Living in a bilingual world

    Jonna has a conversation with Université de Moncton anglophone students John Thomas, Sarah Chang and Lexi Forsythe, who are determined to become bilingual.

    Listen 9:03
  • Wednesday September 20, 2017

    Audio "Deep Trouble" - Whale necropsies

    The CBC's Steve Bruce speaks with Dr. Laura Bourque and Dr. Pierre-Yves Daoust, both wildlife pathologists with the Atlantic Veterinary College in Charlottetown.

    Listen 6:58
  • Wednesday September 20, 2017

    Audio Tom Hebert - Organ donor

    Moncton's Tom Hebert donated one of his kidneys to his friend Tom McKay September 7th at the Queen Elizabeth Health Sciences Centre in Halifax.

    Listen 6:27
  • Wednesday September 20, 2017

    Audio Dr. Raj Bhardwaj - Migraines

    Dr. Raj Bhardwaj says migraines are not just "bad headaches".

    Listen 7:03
  • Wednesday September 20, 2017

    Audio Dr. David Kogon - No name change for Amherst

    Dr. David Kogon, Mayor of Amherst says changing the town's name is just not realistic considering how much it would cost financially to make the change.

    Listen 7:47
  • Wednesday September 20, 2017

    Audio Serge Rousselle - Compensating municipalities

    Serge Rouselle, New Brunswick's minister of local government, says they are setting aside an estimated $2.6 million to partially compensate New Brunswick municipalities following last year's property tax scandal.

    Listen 7:14
  • Tuesday September 19, 2017

    Audio Jason Blanch - Renaming Amherst?

    Amherst town councillor Jason Blanch wants to start a discussion about the movement to rename monuments and places. Amherst was named for a British general who wanted to kill indigenous people in the 1700s by giving them blankets infected with smallpox.

    Listen 9:29


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