Information Morning - Saint JohnChild Poverty Rates Highest In Saint John And Not Getting BetterNov 25, 2014 | 7:20Twenty five years ago, the House of Commons pledged to end child poverty by the year 2000. The rates in Saint John have only gone up. Randy Hatfield is the executive director of the Human Development Council.
Information Morning - Saint JohnDeborah Discovers: The New Brunswick Museum ArchivesNov 27, 2014 | 9:30Deborah Irvine Anderson explores another wing of the New Brunswick Museum. She spent time in the research library and the Collections Room.
Information Morning - Saint JohnFor The Birds: WoodpeckersNov 25, 2014 | 7:20There are nine woodpeckers common to our region of New Brunswick, and naturalist Jim Wilson tells us one of them even pecks square holes.
Information Morning - Saint JohnPremier Gallant Lifts Restrictions To Abortions In Provincial HospitalsNov 27, 2014 | 11:26Melanie Vautour, director of development for the YWCA in Saint John, supports the Premiers first step but says more needs to be done to make abortions services more accessible and affordable to women.
Information Morning - Saint JohnDavid Myles Sings Christmas For SupperNov 26, 2014 | 9:00David Myles will be in Brunswick Square playing songs from his new Christmas CD December 4th from noon until 1:30. His Singing for Supper tour will accept donations, both cash and non-perishable food items, for local foodbanks.
Information Morning - Saint JohnNo Moosing Around With Beer NamesNov 26, 2014 | 7:01Shawn Mailloux is one of the co-owners of Sudbury's Stack Brewery, makers of the Angry Moose and Friendly Moose beer. The company has to change the beer's name to avoid trademark infringement.
Information Morning - Saint JohnBacteria In Mining Sites And Waste Could Be Clue To Cleaning It UpNov 5, 2014 | 5:27Lesley Warren,researcher at McMaster University, believes a better way of dealing with it may be found in the waste itself, home to microorganisms never before studied by science. Reporter Neville Crabbe has more.
Information Morning - Saint JohnThe Gas Guru Predicts A Couple Of Cents OffNov 19, 2014 | 2:45Reporter Robert Jones predicts that the price of gas, heating oil and diesel will all go down by a couple of cents tonight at midnight.
Information Morning - Saint JohnCanadian Journalist For Freedom of Expression Ranks Canada PoorlyMay 27, 2014 | 9:00In this year's CJFE report card, the federal government gets poor grades for being secretive, muzzling public servants, and failing to protect whistle-blowers. Saint Johner Tom Henheffer is executive director of CJFE.
Information Morning - Saint JohnMany Houses On Market Are Bank ForeclosuresNov 19, 2014 | 7:42Since the beginning of January, 210 foreclosed homes have been put up for sale by banks and other lenders. Many are selling well below assessed value. Reporter Connell Smith has the story.
Information Morning - Saint JohnOur Health Columnist On Antibiotics UseNov 26, 2014 | 8:13A new study shows too many New Brunswick hospital patients are on antibiotics. Dr. Mike Simon has a few ideas about what is going on.
Information Morning - Saint JohnJames Mullinger's Idea Of The Canadian DreamSep 10, 2014 | 6:41Comic writer and editor James Mullinger moved from Britain to the Kennebecasis Valley and is growing the comedy circuit.