Information Morning - Saint JohnMaking Connections With New Brunswick's Military History: Canada's NavyAug 15, 2014 | 9:31The director of the Gregg Centre for the study of War and Society at UNB, Marc Milner tells us about the very important role a New Brunswicker played in shaping the future of Canada's navy.
Information Morning - Saint JohnReducing The Deer Population In The ValleyAug 15, 2014 | 9:50The town councils of Rothesay, Quispamsis and Hampton will soon decide whether to allow a new type of deer hunt in an effort to cut down the population. D.N.R. deer biologist Joe Kennedy gives us the details.
Information Morning - Saint JohnDeborah Discovers: Saint John Jewish Historical MuseumAug 14, 2014 | 10:09Katherine Biggs Craft gives Deborah Irvine Anderson the grand tour of the people and stories that make up the Saint John Jewish Historical Museum on Leinster street.
Information Morning - Saint JohnOur Movie Review: The Hundred-Foot JourneyAug 14, 2014 | 5:15Tara Thorne reviews Lasse Hallstrom's film about a culinary conflict in Paris between Dame Helen Mirren's character and Indian film star Om Puri.
Information Morning - Saint JohnSaint John Alpines Bo To Bat For The GiveAug 14, 2014 | 9:08The team is donating the proceeds from this week's 50/50 draw to the Regional Hospital Foundation's latest fundraising drive. Assistant coach Chris Bartlett and his wife Gwenn know how personalized medicine can help a patient through cancer.
Information Morning - Saint JohnBack On Campus At UNBSJ: Studying CriminalityAug 13, 2014 | 6:40Mary Ann Campbell is the director of UNB's Centre for Criminal Justice Studies in Saint John. She identifies and evaluates the best ways to reduce criminal offending behaviour.
Information Morning - Saint JohnFrench Day Care Opens In ValleyAug 13, 2014 | 9:33A new centre is set to open at the new French school in the valley in late October. In the meantime, afterschool care will be based at St. Mark's Church on Pettingill Road. Michel Cote is the executive director of ARCF.
Information Morning - Saint JohnRCMP Annual Report Reveals Increased Spending Due To Rexton ProtestsAug 12, 2014 | 9:33Other report hihghlights include a 30 per cent decrease in car collisions over last year and a new policing strategy, cutting 12 districts into 4 and broadening civilian input. Roger Brown is the Assistant Commissioner in New Brunswick.