Information Morning - NSA glimpse at jailhouse confusionApr 20, 2015 | 4:32The CBC's Catharine Tunney has obtained transcripts of interviews with correctional officers at the Burnside Jail about a mistake release late last year.
Information Morning - NSWon't be easy to fix waste water from Northern Pulp, says former employeeApr 20, 2015 | 6:20The waste water treatment plant for the mill in Pictou County must be closed by the year 2020. Jack Kyte worked for 25 years at the mill and is now with the local Chamber of Commerce. Information Morning hears from the CBC's Jennifer Henderson.
Information Morning - NSThe cost of a drunk driving videoApr 20, 2015 | 6:38Mothers Against Drunk Driving produces an annual video for its school assemly program. But whether your child sees it depends on whether your school and community can afford to screen it. Susan MacAskill is the regional manager for AMDD in Atlantic Prov
Information Morning - Saint JohnSimonds High All Shook UpApr 20, 2015 | 3:48The rom-com musical written around the music of Elvis will be at Simonds High School starting Wednesday night. Hear some of the cast rehearsing.
Information Morning - Saint JohnMethadone Dispensing Fees Costly To ProvinceApr 20, 2015 | 10:44Pharmacists in New Brunswick charge a dispensing fee of $9.50 daily for a single dose of methadone, which costs less than 40 cents.
CBC Reporter Connell Smith has more.
Maritime NoonFlood Watch in N.B., Banning Flavoured Tobacco, PEI Fishermen Dig OutApr 20, 2015 | 53:00We get an update on the river watch in Perth Andover, New Brunswick. On the phone-in, we ask whether you support a ban on flavoured tobacco products. Plus, P.E.I. oyster fisherman struggle through snow-blocked roads to get access to the shore.
Spin Reduxit from CBC Radio New BrunswickApril 20, 2015: The Do As I Say, Not As We Did EditionApr 20, 2015 | 18:15Dan and Jacques examine the politics of seniors' care, and look at the prospects for the two political parties without seats in the legislature.
Atlantic VoiceMore Scared of Autism than Diseases? Autistic People Speak Out.Apr 19, 2015 | 27:10The CBC's Melissa Mancini introduces us to two women who say the conversation surrounding vaccinations is offensive to people with autism.