Information Morning - NSNSGEU breaks with other health unions over McNeil government's proposed lawOct 2, 2014 | 7:51NSGEU President Joan Jessome says her union is no longer on the same page as other unions, and we hear from constitutional law expert Wayne MacKay.
Information Morning - Saint JohnDeborah Discovers: Saint John Police MuseumOct 2, 2014 | 9:38This museum of the oldest municapal police force in Canada is open only on cruise ship days. Deborah Irvine Anderson got in.
Information Morning - Saint JohnDeadbeat Label Unfair To Some ParentsOct 2, 2014 | 8:47A CBC News investigation showed nearly two-thirds of all family support orders in Canada are in arrears. Brenda Noble, a lawyer with Cox and Palmer who specializes in family practice, says the story is particularly complicated in Saint John.
Information Morning - Saint JohnCanada's Smartest Person Could Be From NakawicOct 2, 2014 | 5:44Kate LaFrance teaches in Nackawic, has five university degrees, and is a student at UNB. She's a contestant on the CBC TV show, "Canada's Smartest Person." You can see her episode on November 2nd.
Information Morning - MonctonNot a happy camperOct 2, 2014 | 5:52Sandi Wheaton, formerly of Moncton, wants you to keep an eye out for her camper. It was stolen from the parking lot of a Halifax hotel. This is what it looks like.
Information Morning - MonctonTurf the talk of FIFAOct 2, 2014 | 6:54FIFA officials arrive to inspect the Moncton Stadium just as a group of players launch legal action over the use of artificial turf. Tatjana Haenni is head of women's competition with FIFA. Stephane Delisle is venue general manager for Moncton. They joine
Information Morning - MonctonMiracles looking for new ownerOct 2, 2014 | 7:12Paul Riley, the commissioner of the National Basketball League of Canada, has an update on the Moncton Miracles and the search for a new coach and a new owner this year.
Information Morning - FrederictonFighting EbolaOct 2, 2014 | 9:16Terry Seguin talks to Dr. Eilish Cleary, New Brunswick's Chief Medical Officer of Health. She is in Nigeria working with the international team fighting ebola.
Information Morning - MonctonCorridor hopes moratorium is shortOct 1, 2014 | 11:37Steve Moran, the new president and CEO of Corridor Resources, is "hoping for the best" when it comes to the province's pending moratorium on hydraulic fracturing.
Information Morning - MonctonStudents start literary magazineOct 1, 2014 | 7:46U de M students Marc Chamberlain (left) and Matt Cormier have launched an alternative literary magazine in both official languages called "Beugle."