Information Morning - Saint JohnHealth Minister Details Provincial Drug PlanMar 7, 2014 | 15:57The aim is to provide drug coverage to people who don't have it through work or another plan. Phase 1, which starts in May, is voluntary. In 2015, the drug plan becomes mandatory for all New Brunswickers without coverage. Ted Flemming is health minister.
Information Morning - Saint JohnThe Gas Guru Speaks: Down Just A Wee BitMar 5, 2014 | 3:07Robert Jones predicts the price of gas will come down one cent per litre, and heating oil and diesel will come down slightly less.
Information Morning - Saint JohnUkrainian in Saint John Worries About Family At HomeMar 5, 2014 | 8:08Lena Biryukova moved to Saint John from the Ukraine seven years ago. Her family in Kiev is surrounded by the civil unrest.
Information Morning - Saint JohnCold Snowy Camping To Learn Forest TechnologyFeb 21, 2014 | 7:55Students from the Maritime College of Forest Technology are camped out in Fundy National Park. They're learning how to do research, stay warm in the winter and count moose. Gerry Redmond is the director of the Maritime College of Forest Technology.
Information Morning - Saint JohnPort Cruise Ship Business ChangingMar 6, 2014 | 7:36There will be only four ships calling on Saint John in July and August, but 50 in the fall. And there may be news about a home port sector for smaller expedition vessels. Jim Quinn is the president and CEO of Port Saint John.
Information Morning - Saint JohnRemembering The Life Of Molly Lamb BobakMar 3, 2014 | 10:00Renowned artist Molly Lamb Boback died this weekend in Fredericton. Former director of the Beaverbrook Art Gallery, Ian Lumsden and longtime friend and neighbour, Judy Budovitch share their memories of the late artist.
Information Morning - Saint JohnOur Health Columnist On Kids Screen TimeNov 6, 2013 | 9:31Pediatricians in the U.S. are trying to convince parents to limit the amount of screen time their kids are getting. Dr. Mike Simon says it's something he's been dealing with for many years.
Information Morning - Saint JohnChanging The Way We Deal With PTSDFeb 28, 2014 | 16:18Post traumatic stress disorder is being linked to another suicide by a member of the Canadian Forces - a retired sergeant from CFB Gagetown. Retired Lieutenant Colonel, Chris Linford, who recovered from PTSD and has written a book about it, is trying to
Information Morning - Saint JohnFor The Birds: The Great Horned OwlMar 4, 2014 | 7:07Jim Wilson, a birder and naturalist who lives in Quispamsis, keeps an eye out his windows for the bird known as the tiger of the air.
Information Morning - Saint JohnSandwich Boards Be Gone, CouncilMar 4, 2014 | 8:48If proposed changes to the city's sign by-law are approved, sandwich boards and other signage would be limited in numbers and to certain locations. Councillor Shirley McAlary chairs a city committee on signage.