Information Morning - Saint JohnThe Gas Guru Predicts SAVINGS!Jul 9, 2014 | 3:37CBC's Robert Jones predicts the price of gas will drop tonight by two cents and the price of diesel and heating oil will drop by three or more.
Information Morning - Saint JohnCBC Responds To Criticism Over Lack Of Local Broadcast During ArthurJul 9, 2014 | 7:53Many of our listeners and viewers were angry or disappointed CBC New Brunswick did not have special radio programming to provide updates and information given the severity of the storm. Mary Pat Schutta is Senior Manager CBC New Brunswick.
Information Morning - Saint JohnBack On Campus At UNBSJJul 9, 2014 | 6:56Steven Robar is the Community Engagement Liaison at UNBSJ. He helps organize the Promise Partnership with Hazen White-St. Francis School.
Information Morning - Saint JohnBusy Times For City ArboristsJul 8, 2014 | 6:25Information Morning's Megan MacAlpine met Marc Doucet, at the corner of Hillcrest Drive and Manawagonish Road, on the west side. He's the operations manager for urban forestry with the city.
Information Morning - Saint JohnOff The Shelf: Montreal AuthorsJul 7, 2014 | 7:56Mary Barlow recommends two books from Montreal authors, Sean Michaels and Heather O'Neill: 'Us Conductors' and 'The Girl Who Was Saturday Night.'
Information Morning - Saint JohnForestry Companies Should Go Through Marketing Board To Private Woodlot OwnersJul 7, 2014 | 8:02New Brunswick's highest court has ruled that the marketing boards are the ones that should decide the terms of any deals forestry companies make with private woodlots. Ken Hardie is the manager of New Brunswick's federation of woodlot owners.
Information Morning - Saint JohnMaking Connections With The Province's Military HistoryJul 4, 2014 | 7:42Marc Milner, director of the Gregg Centre for the study of War and Society at UNB joins us throughout the summer to talk about some of this province's military history. This morning he starts by talking about our involvement in WWI.
Information Morning - Saint JohnThe State Of Rail Safety One Year After The Lac-Mégantic DisasterJul 4, 2014 | 7:34This weekend marks the anniversary of the rail disaster in Lac-Mégantic. Rail safety advocate, David Jeanes tells us how the industry has changed in the year since the disaster.