Information Morning - FrederictonWoodside Duality Tweet BacklashMar 2, 2015 | 13:06New Brunswick's francophone mayors say Fredericton's mayor crossed the line when he suggested the province could save money if it did something about the cost of duality. Terry spoke with Richibucto Mayor Roger Doiron and got his take on the issue.
Information Morning - FrederictonNew Brunswick Lags on Greenhouse Gas Emissions TargetMar 2, 2015 | 12:52Documents obtained by CBC News show New Brunswick isn't on track to meet its greenhouse gas reductions target. Terry spoke with CBC Video Journalist Julianne Hazlewood, who has been combing through the documents.
Information Morning - FrederictonGoing for Gold in the Cold, Team NB wins Centennial CupMar 2, 2015 | 7:03Terry spoke with Bruce Macfarlane, who handles communications for Team New Brunswick, about our team's accomplishments at the Canada Winter Games and it's first Centennial Cup win.
Information Morning - FrederictonRound Table on Missing and Murdered Indigenous WomenFeb 27, 2015 | 9:57The first national round table on missing and murdered indigenous women continues today in Ottawa. Terry Seguin spoke with Christa Big Canoe, a legal expert who's been working with some of the families directly affected by the crisis.
Information Morning - FrederictonGoing to the Mat for Wrestling GoldFeb 27, 2015 | 6:11Listen to our conversation with Lorena Ellis, the St. Thomas University contender for the CIS national university wrestling championship this weekend in Edmonton.
Information Morning - FrederictonDwight Dickinson retiresFeb 27, 2015 | 7:03Dwight Dickinson has spent a lifetime playing and coaching basketball in this province, he's hanging up his court shoes. STU Journalism student, Philip Drost, spoke with he, and his players, about his retirement.
Information Morning - FrederictonBill C 51 and Civil DisobedienceFeb 26, 2015 | 12:22The New Brunswick Anti Shale Gas Alliance is concerned about the ramifications of Bill C 51 on how civil disobedience is interpreted. Terry Spoke with Jim Emberger, NB Spokesperson for the Alliance.
Information Morning - FrederictonCommunity Kitchen CrisisFeb 26, 2015 | 7:45The Fredericton Community Kitchen recently reported a food shortage and the community has responded in a big way. Terry spoke with CBC Reporter Bridget Yard who went to check out the situation.
Information Morning - FrederictonGardening Phone InFeb 26, 2015 | 18:40If you are spending your spare time curled up in a warm blanket leafing through seed catalogues, chances are you'll want to listen to Terry's interview with George Scott, our Gardening Expert. He answered listener's questions.
Information Morning - FrederictonCredit Card Scam SurgeFeb 25, 2015 | 12:34The Canadian Federation of Independent Business says the number of credit card scammers targeting New Brunswick businesses is on the rise. Terry Seguin spoke with the Vice President Atlantic of the CFIB, Jordi Morgan.
Information Morning - FrederictonUnsolicited Phone Call RegulationFeb 25, 2015 | 5:45You've won a Carribean cruise! We've all been on the receiving end of those pesky spam or robo calls, and now the CRTC wants you to report them. Terry Seguin spoke with Dana-Lynn Wood, Compliance and Enforcement Officer with the CRTC.
Information Morning - FrederictonPrivacy Commissioner looks at Larry's Gultch ReviewFeb 25, 2015 | 13:20Anne Bertrand, the province's Access to Information and Privacy Commissioner, has followed the trail of emails and meetings around the Larry's Gulch affair. She spoke with Terry Seguin this morning.
Information Morning - FrederictonLow University EnrolmentFeb 24, 2015 | 14:28The numbers aren't adding up for Maritime universities. There has been a marked decline in enrolment in the last decade. Terry spoke with Mireille Duguay, the CEO of the higher education commission, about the problem and solutions.
Information Morning - FrederictonConflict of Interest and the MediaFeb 24, 2015 | 9:37An expert in media ethics calls for journalists to reveal all about their potential conflicts of interest. Terry spoke with journalism professor media ethicist and the founder of the web site Media Morals.