Information Morning - NSAn "encouraging" decision to drop criminal chargesMar 30, 2015 | 9:10Archie Kaiser has worked with Nichelle Benn and her family, trying to find a way outside the criminal justice system to deal with her behaviour.
Information Morning - NSA flimsy case - but not one to ignoreMar 30, 2015 | 7:34Forest industry analyst Kevin Mason says a trade investigation into Port Hawkesbury Paper in the U.S. could cause real problems, even though he thinks it's a flimsy case.
Information Morning - NSNS slims down to one health board, Alberta goes back to tenMar 30, 2015 | 7:57The Alberta and Nova Scotia governments are moving in opposite directions when it comes to administering health care. Information Morning speaks with our health consultant Mary Jane Hampton.
Information Morning - Saint JohnSymphony New Brunswick Conductor Shares His Favourite Pieces Of Sacred MusicMar 30, 2015 | 8:58Sacred music is a mainstay of the classical world and Easter is one of the most popular subjects. The conductor of Symphony New Brunswick, Michael Newnham joins us to talk about his favourite pieces.
Information Morning - Saint JohnOff The Shelf: No More Sequals!Mar 30, 2015 | 8:01The Ludic Reader Christie McDonald tells us about her trilogy fatigue. But has still found some to recommend: Patrick Ness's Chaos Walking series, Ilsa J. Bick's Ashes series, Kelly Creagh's Nevermore series and Simone Elkeles' Perfect Chemistry.
Information Morning - Cape BretonCrash landing Flight AC624Mar 30, 2015 | 8:05The Transportation Safety Board is now trying to figure out why AC Flight 624 crash-landed at Halifax Stanfield Airport early Sunday morning. We hear from travelers.
Information Morning - FrederictonAtlantic Salmon Could Impact Plans for DamMar 30, 2015 | 12:11Terry Seguin talks to David Millar from the Bedford Institute of Oceanography about the future of the Atlantic Salmon in the SJ River system, and how it may affect the future of the Mactaquac Dam.
Information Morning - FrederictonSeabirds At Risk - Tue Mar 24Mar 30, 2015 | 11:07Terry Seguin talks to UNB seabird biologist Tony Diamond. He's worried the decline in Bay of Fundy herring stocks is going to hit the population of rare seabirds, like the Atlantic Puffin, hard.
Information Morning - MonctonRespect at workMar 30, 2015 | 10:46Workplace issues columnist Pierre Battah says employers are taking steps to promote greater respect at the office to prevent harassment and bullying.
Information Morning - Cape BretonLester MarchandMar 30, 2015 | 10:03Cape Breton Islander, Lester Marchand was on flight AC624 when it crash landed at the Stanfield International Airport on Sunday. He spoke with David Burke.
Information Morning - MonctonBilingual busesMar 30, 2015 | 7:46Families in Kent County say bilingual buses have been working well for nearly twenty years and can't understand why the province would put a stop to them.
Maritime NoonPlane Crash Survivor, Crash Investigator, Your Family History QuestionsMar 30, 2015 | 52:51We hear from a passenger on AC flight 624- and from his new wife who was on the ground waiting for the plane. We get an update on the investigation of that crash. On the phone-in, genealogist Terry Punch takes your family ancestry questions.
Shift - NBMark Anthony Jarman On New BookMar 30, 2015 | 12:24Mark Anthony Jarman has a new collection of short stories called Knife Party at the Hotel Europa. The Fredericton-based writer speaks with Colleen about how it came together.