Information Morning - NSHomes too expensive for first time buyersOct 21, 2014 | 10:38Information Morning speaks with the CBC's Zak Markan. He met with a couple who are tired of renting. Their search for a house is proving difficult.
Information Morning - Saint JohnOperation OspreyOct 21, 2014 | 10:54A power outage last June caused by an osprey nest affected government servers at Marysville Place. CBC News filed a Right to Information Request to find out what happened. Reporter Rachel Cave has the story.
Information Morning - MonctonBird bares grid faultsOct 21, 2014 | 11:17From the CBC's Rachel Cave reports on how one osprey nest caused a chain reaction that brought down public services last June -- the story the government wouldn't talk about then -- and won't talk about now.
Information Morning - MonctonCleary cleared for next jobOct 21, 2014 | 7:09Now that Nigeria has been declared Ebola - free - New Brunswick's Chief Medical Officer of Health Elish Cleary is moving on. She's been in Nigeria working with the World Health Organization. We find out what is next for New Brunswick's top doctor.
Information Morning - MonctonCouncil debriefOct 21, 2014 | 6:48It was full steam ahead last night at Moncton city Hall. Councillors received an update from various groups and projects that are pushing hard towards the finish line. The CBC's Marc Genuist was there.
Information Morning - Cape BretonThe Repair CafeOct 21, 2014 | 5:53The "Repair Cafe" is an unusual free service that's being offered as part of research underway at Cape Breton University. Dana Mount, Assistant Professor in Languages and Letters at CBU, explains the event. (runs 5:53 October 21, 2014)
Information Morning - MonctonNB Liquor curbs solicitingOct 21, 2014 | 5:21NB Liquor says goodbye....apart from notable exceptions like the Royal Canadian Legion's poppy campaign... to public solicitation.
Information Morning - Cape BretonMake Democracy BetterOct 21, 2014 | 8:41Learn about a special session aimed to engage citizens in democracy by collecting your thoughts on how to improve our form of government and voting. Mark Coffin is President of the Springtide Collective. (runs 8:41 October 21, 2014)
Information Morning - Cape BretonOlympian Heather MoyseOct 21, 2014 | 7:44Olympic Gold medalist Heather Moyse has been racing between schools in Victoria County as part of its "Naturally Active" strategy. The two time Olympic champion delivers inspiring words of encouragement. (runs 7:44 October 21, 2014)
Information Morning - FrederictonNo First Nations CategoryOct 21, 2014 | 6:50A Tobique musician says organizers of the Music New Brunswick awards left him out, and a whole category of other musicians like him. Terry Seguin talks to Gary Sappier.