Shift - NBYoung bear returns to the wildAug 26, 2015 | 8:34After spending more than year at the Atlantic Wildlife Institute, a young bear is ready to make it on his own. Pam Novak describes the big day.
Shift - NBPolitics watchers weigh the damage of Duffy trialAug 21, 2015 | 17:40Duncan Mattheson, Michelle Leblanc and Vern Faulkner wonder whether voters are paying attention to the revelations out of the Duffy trial.
Shift - NBNational strategic voting group targets FrederictonAug 20, 2015 | 10:42Leadnow is urging progressive Canadians to work together to defeat Conservative candidates in several ridings including Fredericton. Rachel Cave has the story.
Shift - NBBlueberry season underway at St. George farmAug 20, 2015 | 7:57David Hatt started Granite Town Farms more than 30 years ago, and now he has 500 acres of blueberries and a number of jams, salsas and sauces.
Shift - NBGet good advice, urges Fundy hikerAug 20, 2015 | 12:14Ben Phillips met the two men who were rescued by helicopter on the Fundy Footpath, ironically while working on a documentary about surviving the hike.
Shift - NBOsprey saved from fishing gearAug 19, 2015 | 8:04An osprey became so entangled in fishing gear it nearly strangled itself. Luckily an SPCA officer and the Atlantic Wildlife Institute came to the rescue.
Shift - NBNB runner wins bronze medalAug 19, 2015 | 9:3660 year old Fredericton lawyer Rob Jackson won a bronze medal at the World Masters Athletics Competition, placing in the top 10 in 3 other events!
Shift - NBEnergy East too big a risk?Aug 19, 2015 | 13:09The Conservation Council's new report says we don't know enough about the impact of increased tanker traffic in the Bay of Fundy, and a spill could destroy fishing and tourism.
Shift - NBNDP still naming candidatesAug 18, 2015 | 9:39The NDP may be running in front nationally, but locally the party has yet to decide on a full slate of candidates. The CBC's Rachel Cave has the story.
Shift - NBBald birds and Black-bellied ploversAug 14, 2015 | 10:00Alain Clavette says don't panic if you see a bird that's lost all the feathers on its head. It's not sick. Plus he features another shorebird.