Atlantic VoiceOn the Move - How and Why do We Move Around For Work?Feb 1, 2016 | 27:10A massive, seven year, multi-province study aims to answer some important questions about how and why Canadians move for work.
Information Morning - NSOn-going push to bring back the long-form censusMar 2, 2015 | 10:47It's been five years since Stephen Harper pulled the plug on the long-form census. Howard Ramos is a Dalhousie Sociologist. Elizabeth Beale is the President of the Atlantic Provinces Economic Council.
Information Morning - NSNatural gas reality check for NS customersMar 2, 2015 | 5:32Todd McDonald is CEO of Atlantica Energy. He says news that Deep Panuke will produce less gas will have an impact on natural gas customers here.
Information Morning - NSPedophile Ernest Fenwick MacIntosh will serve seven years in a Nepali jailMar 2, 2015 | 7:53We hear from Bob Martin, one of the complainants in the Port Hawkesbury case. Rob Currie teaches international law at Dalhousie University's Schulich School of Law.
Information Morning - Saint JohnSussex Sharing Club Roasts Former President Alfie SmithMar 2, 2015 | 7:28Alfie Smith volunteered with the club for 15 years, and he was president for five. He recently retired from that position. The club will send him off with a roast at the Seniors Centre.
Information Morning - Saint JohnOff The Shelf: Books To Beat The BlahsMar 2, 2015 | 7:04The Ludic Reader Christie McDonald recommends This Is Not A Test by Courtney Summers, Kept In The Dark by Penny Hancock, and Charm and Strange by Stephanie Kuehn.
Information Morning - Cape BretonUIT and Legal MentorshipMar 2, 2015 | 13:14When you're starting a business there's no end to the list of things that cost you money. So Sydney law firm Sampson McDougall is offering free advice and meeting space to students at UIT - the tech start up school. (runs 13:14 March 02, 2015)
Information Morning - FrederictonWoodside Duality Tweet BacklashMar 2, 2015 | 13:06New Brunswick's francophone mayors say Fredericton's mayor crossed the line when he suggested the province could save money if it did something about the cost of duality. Terry spoke with Richibucto Mayor Roger Doiron and got his take on the issue.
Information Morning - FrederictonNew Brunswick Lags on Greenhouse Gas Emissions TargetMar 2, 2015 | 12:52Documents obtained by CBC News show New Brunswick isn't on track to meet its greenhouse gas reductions target. Terry spoke with CBC Video Journalist Julianne Hazlewood, who has been combing through the documents.
Island Morning100th Day of School celebrationMar 2, 2015 | 7:05The Grade Two class at West Kent Elementary School celebrated the 100th day of School a little early this year. A very special birthday party in honour of 100 year old Rheta Baker. Sarah Keaveny Vos was there.
Information Morning - Cape BretonBig Night OutMar 2, 2015 | 7:33For the last 13 years, the Transition House Foundation hosted a major fundraiser called "Girl's Night Out" - an event for women only. But this year, men are invited. Bette MacDonald and Kerry Lynk describe the evening. (runs 7:33 March 02, 2015)
Information Morning - FrederictonGoing for Gold in the Cold, Team NB wins Centennial CupMar 2, 2015 | 7:03Terry spoke with Bruce Macfarlane, who handles communications for Team New Brunswick, about our team's accomplishments at the Canada Winter Games and it's first Centennial Cup win.
Spin Reduxit from CBC Radio New BrunswickMarch 2, 2015: The Gulchapalooza vs. Repeal-o-Rama EditionMar 2, 2015 | 27:33Dan and Jacques catch up with the Larry's Gulch document controversy and the Liberal plan to repeal several PC-passed constraints on government spending.