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 - MonctonSchool sustainabilityFeb 27, 2015 | 10:59The District Education Council chair says all options are open as they study the future of schools in Dorchester and Riverside-Albert.
Maritime NoonFlooded Home, Social Media and Grief, Your ThoughtsFeb 27, 2015 | 53:13A family in Summerside PEI has had to leave their home, after a broken fire hydrant filled their basement with seven feet of water. On the phone in, we ask if you think grieving on social media helps or hinders the process of dealing with death. Plus, you
Information Morning - NSAfrican Nova Scotians voice displeasure with Karen CaseyFeb 26, 2015 | 9:46Information Morning speaks with Darlene Lamey. She is a Halifax lawyer and a spokesman for the group UJAMAA.
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.