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NB: Information Morning (Fredericton)

Information Morning Fredericton is your daily survival guide. We bring you the top stories from the city, the province - and around the world. We run the stories that matter to you.

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Why don't you high five yourself?

Brent is a punk musician, radio announcer and an all-around fun guy who is completely unable to celebrate himself.

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Jon Montgomery

The skeleton racer talks to host Kelly VanderBeek about capturing perfect moments and the finer points of his sport.

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The secret to happiness?

Ask Yale professor Laurie Santos and the 1,200 students taking her class.

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Cannabis: from prohibition to legalization

Hear how cannabis went from unknown, illegal and vilified to the present day, where it's the foundation of a multi-billion dollar industry.

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Delayed opening for Cannabis NB.

The province targeted July 1st to enter the world of cannabis retailing, but that plan looks like it's off. So what happens now? Brian Harriman is the president and CEO of NB Liquor, and Cannabis NB. He talks to Terry Seguin about the delay and what's planned for retail operations.

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New music program in Fredericton.

Sistema is opening a new centre in Fredericton, offering kids a chance to learn music who may otherwise be left out. Ken MacLeod is the CEO of NBYO/Sistema NB.

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Political Panel

This week after another case of child neglect in Saint John was in the media our political panel talks about New Brunswick's child protection systme. David Coon is in for the Green Party, Kris Austin for the People's Alliance, Jennifer Mackenzie for the NDP and Dorothy Sheperd for the Progressive Conservatives.

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NB Power's Gaetan Thomas on Smart Meters

NB Power's President Gaetan Thomas talks to Terry about Smart Meters, why and how NB Power want's to implement them here in the province.

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RCMP warning about Fentanyl

Woodstock RCMP are warning people about street drugs that appear to be painkillers. Constable Greg Manuel says the pills are light blue in colour and labelled Percocet 5.

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Our guide to the outdoors takes us to the park.

Brian Conoley takes Gary Moore for a snowshoe through Odell park.

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Sand at DOT depots for personal use.

The depots will continue to have sand available for personal use, but not for contractors.

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Is converting to smart meters a good idea?

Economist Brady Yauch says the benefits of smart meters have never actually been realized in Ontario.

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What's causing the water quality issues in the Canaan-Washademoak?

Meagan Betts is part of a group of UNB students investigating causes of the brownish water in the Canaan-Washademoak watershed.

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Are smart meters worth the cost?

A proposal by NB Power to install smart meters with the goal of reducing energy consumption is under the microscope this week. UNB's Louise Comeau says taking a "slow approach, but determined approach" is needed.

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"What were you wearing" exhibit at UNB this week.

Maggie Forsythe is UNB's sexual assault support advocate and hopes the exhibit will debunk myths about sexual assault.

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Solar panels added to Killarney Lake Lodge.

The addition of solar panels on the roof of the lodge is a pilot project. Scott Brown says the power generated will be used by the lodge.

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25th anniversary of Gignoo Transition house celebration.

Indigenous women from around the province will gather in Fredericton this week. Shelley Germain says issues that need addressing are domestic violence, addictions, and mental health.

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TNB is losing it's artistic director.

Thomas Morgan Jones says "The danger is to stay somewhere just because you have work."

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Adyn Townes has a new album and a new attitude.

Andy Brown talks about why he changed his name, and his music.

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Should NB Power switch to smart meters?

The EUB is trying to decide if smart meters are worth the investment. Public Intervenor Heather Black says one of the proposed benefits is knowing more about our energy consumption so we can control and reduce it.

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Finding Wolastoq Voice "I am from Wolastoq and I have stories to share"

Natalie Sappier is the first Wolastoqiyik writer in residence at TNB. Hear about the story she tells in her first dance production.

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Fredericton successfully retaining refugees.

Executive director of MCAF, Lisa Bamford De Gante, talks about why they stay, and says "the city really thought about what resources were there."

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Where will Fredericton's new All-Wheel sports plaza be located?

The city may move the location away from downtown. Skateboarders aren't happy with that idea.

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Parents losing patience with city hall.

Mike O'Connor and Dr. Kim Butt are two parents of competitive swimmers who would like a decision soon on the new aquatic centre in Fredericton.

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Big Bash for Theresa Malenfant!

Mid-winter blues got you down? Don't miss Emma Chevarie's look at local live music coming to Fredericton.

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Combating stereotypes and systemic racism.

St. Thomas University is hosting a panel discussion tonight celebrating Black History month called "Being Black in Canada." STU student organizer Husoni Raymond talks about his experiences, and says he feels "anxiety just navigating through the world on a daily basis."

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Looking after the welfare of Canada's soldiers.

National Defence Ombudsman Gary Walbourne is visiting Base Gagetown on an outreach tour, and says he's "an advocate for fairness".

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Year of the Dog "a year in favour of social justice."

Larry Shyu talks about Chinese New Year traditions and customs.

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Freeze-thaw-repeat.

Local farmer Chuck Everett explains how this weather could affect his apple orchard.

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Training a new generation of farmers.

Shane Fowler looked into what's happening at the Hayes farm in Fredericton.

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How did N.B.'s finances become such a cause for concern?

Terry Seguin asks former N.B. Deputy Finance Minister John Mallory how we ended up more than 14 billion dollars in debt.

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Boudin acquisition is "huge deal" for gallery.

Tom Smart, director and CEO of the Beaverbrook Art Gallery, talks about the new painting hanging in the gallery.

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NB Power says heat is the culprit of high bills.

Brent Lockhart, who is an energy advisor with NB Power, addresses complaints about last month's power bill.

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N.B. Senator walks out of vote to change national anthem.

Senator Carolyn Stewart-Olsen wishes Canadians had been consulted before changing the lyrics of O Canada to be gender neutral.

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An economist looks at N.B.'s budget.

Does the Gallant government's approach to the budget help or hurt the province? Herb Emery joins Terry Seguin in the studio.

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Exploring options for a new pool.

Kate Rogers with the City of Fredericton, and Jason Dickson with the YMCA say "It's early days" exploring the possibility of a new pool, field house and multi-purpose space in the region.

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Research confirms, sugar is bad for you.

Dr. Peter Lin explains how a recent study links sugar to diseases like Alzheimer's.

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Grand Falls losing manufacturing plant.

Mayor Marcel Deschenes says losing 180 jobs in a small community is "quite a blow".

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Election-year budget steers away from fighting deficit.

Finance Minister Cathy Rogers says government is "putting communities and families first" with 2018-19 budget.

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What can toenails tell us about prostate cancer?

Dr. Anil Adisesh talks about a research project that is analyzing tens of thousands of nail clippings, hoping to detect, or prevent, prostate cancer.

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What can we expect from an election year budget?

Erin Crandall of Acadia University says today's budget will "give you an idea of what the priorities are".

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Snowmobile etiquette: "Respect the land owners"

The Agricultural Alliance of N.B .is asking snowmobilers to stay on the trails. Christian Michaud explains the many reasons why.

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McAdam under boil order

Mayor of McAdam Ken Stannix explains what happened to the water and monitoring systems resulting in a precautionary boil water order for the village.

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Which way to the beach?

Freddy Beach that is. Information Morning's newest team member, Gary Moore, traces back the origin of Fredericton's cherished nickname.

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RCMP must pay penalty in Labour Code conviction

Gilles Levasseur, business and law professor at the University of Ottawa, takes a closer look at the sentence imposed on the RCMP Friday for its role in the death of three Moncton officers in 2014.

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Dreams of a drama class

Teacher Jared Mallard and some of his students from Bliss Carman Middle School are heading to Broadway.

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High School principal creating awareness about harm prevention.

Bruce Van Stone of McAdam continues his quest to end bullying in Canada with 'Steps to Respect'.

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"Good reminder" of potential harm from cell phones.

Dr. Jennifer Lowry, chair of the American Academy of Pediatrics council on environmental health, reminds families about some of the risks associated with cell phone use.

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"Think outside the box" to build a bird friendly building.

Ornithologist Laura Tranquilla wrote a letter to the city objecting to the plan for a mirrored office building downtown as soon as it was proposed. She's encouraging the developer to "do a bit of research".

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Living Life Outdoors

Brian Conoley is Information Morning's new guide to the outdoors. He is the co-founder of The Fredericton Trail Runners and has been an outdoor educator in camps both in Canada and abroad and is a general lover of all things out-of-doors. He encourages us all to get out and enjoy winter activities in New Brunswick.

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25 years of changing attitudes

Rina Arseneault is the Associate Director of the Muriel McQueen Fergusson Centre for Family Violence Research she's spent decades working towards prevention of family violence and she talks with Terry about the impact of that work.

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Retired pastor Norman Woodworth says "they're not signing that."

Organizations applying for a summer job grant are being asked to sign a document stating it's "core mandate" must respect human rights in Canada, including reproductive rights. That has church leaders concerned.

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Joint aquatic centre talks fail.

The city of Fredericton and UNB failed to reach agreement on plans for a joint aquatic centre. Deputy Mayor Kate Rogers explains what happened, and where they go from here.

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Why are students still not meeting assessment targets?

Student assessments show some improvement, but results are still low. George Daley, President of the NBTA, explains those results.

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Officers' Square "loved to death", getting an upgrade.

John MacDermid, chair of Fredericton's Development committee, says Officers' Square "in dire need of revitalization".

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Work to start soon on controversial downtown building.

Jeff Yerxa of Ross Ventures Ltd. says birds are a valid concern, and they "did a lot of research around that."

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Collective Theatrics bringing 'Rent' to life.

A play to open hearts and change minds. Amber Chisholm and James McCarthy talk to Terry Seguin.

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New documents relating to Matthew Hines' death.

It took over a year for Correctional officers at Dorchester Penitentiary who beat and repeatedly pepper sprayed Matthew Hines before his death to be disciplined. Justin Piché, associate professor of criminology, blames the former Conservative government's tough on crime approach.

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Quebec looking to improve ties to N.B.

Jean-Marc Fournier, Quebec's minister responsible for Canadian relations, talks about ties to N.B., and the Energy East deal. Says Quebec's position was "we will make our laws respected".

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Should Willie O'Ree be in the Hockey Hall of Fame?

Boston area writer Jason Silva says "he should be in, as a builder", and explains how that process works.

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Local fans see O'Ree honoured in Boston.

Kevin Johnston describes what it was like in the TD Garden where Willie O'Ree was recognized for breaking the NHL colour barrier 60 years ago.

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Shivering Songs lineup "eclectic and alluring"

Emma Chevarie tells us what's new and what not to miss at the festival this year.

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Veteran opposition MLA decides to leave politics.

Jody Carr says it's "time to do something different" and will not run in this year's election.

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Allison Brewer "not optimistic" change coming in way we elect leaders.

Advocate and former leader of NDP in N.B. will be the key note speaker at the She Can conference. She says tradition is one of the main obstacles to women getting into politics.

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Family doctor leaving Fredericton told she had "too many in-patients".

Dr. Sunita MacMullin made the decision to join a practice in Sussex after losing on call support from her Fredericton group.

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Alzheimer's awareness has increased, but stigma persists.

What's being done to help those dealing with Alzheimer's? Kelly Watson talks about the struggle people face, and what the Alzheimer Society of N.B. can do to help.

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Fredericton "one step closer" to a new performing arts centre.

Kate Rogers explains how the decision was made to rebuild the Fredericton Playhouse at the existing site. Greg MacFarlane says there was "no stone left unturned" in search for a new location, and explains where the funding will come from.

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Robert Duguay - EMO

Terry Seguin talks to N.B.'s Emergency Measures Org. for an update on storm damage in the province.

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Gary Gallant - Helping Hand

Terry Seguin talks to the principal of Devon Middle School as staff and students offer help to Petitcodiac Regional School after a burst pipe causes flooding.

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Robert White - Storm

Terry Seguin talks to the Deputy Mayor of Gagetown about how the community was affected by the weekend weather.

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Debbie McCann - Hoyt Storm

Terry Seguin talks to a Hoyt resident about flooding in the area.

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Gaynelle Wood - Alzheimer's

Terry Seguin talks to a Fredericton woman whose husband was diagnosed with Alzheimer's.

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Jean-Michel Beaudoin - Indigenous Forestry

Terry Seguin talks to the new chair in Leadership in Teaching Native Forestry at Laval University about easing tensions in the woods between forestry companies and indigenous peoples.

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Peter MacDonald - Blood Needed

Terry Seguin talks to the director of donor relations with Canadian Blood Services after winter weather cancelled blood donor clinics across the province.

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Barry Blight - Beet Juice Science

Terry Seguin talks to an assistant professor at UNB's department of chemistry to get the science behind how beet juice can help to melt ice on our roads.

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Deana Sappier - Traditional Rights

Terry Seguin talks to a member of the Wolastoqiyik First Nation about the plan to map their traditions and historical territory.

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Ken Little - Food Bank

Terry Seguin talks to the president of Fredericton Community Services Inc about changes to the food bank.

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Mark Mills - Beet Juice

Terry Seguin checks in with the superintendent of road operations in Toronto about the city's use of beet juice on icy roads.

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Andrew Hardy - NB Highways

Terry Seguin talks to the president of CUPE local 1190, the union representing snow plow operators in NB, about the declining level of snow clearing service on our highways.

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Bill Fraser - NB Highways

Terry Seguin talks to N.B.'s Minister of Transportation about the poor condition of the province's highways this winter.

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David Shipley - Cyber Security Column

Terry Seguin talks to our cyber security expert about those electronic devices you got for Christmas and how to maintain your privacy.

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Jules Michaud - Roads

Terry Seguin talks to a representative from the Department of Transportation about the state of the province's roads this winter.

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Pat McCarthy - E-Waste

Terry Seguin talks to the CEO of Recycle NB about the electronic recycling program.

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Fred Bergman - Job Numbers

Terry Seguin talks to a senior policy analyst at APEC about what the latest job numbers really say about N.B.'s Job situation.

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Gary Howard - Winter Car Kit

Terry Seguin talks to the VP of marketing & communications of CAA Atlantic about how to be prepared for emergencies on the roads this winter.

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Brett McCrea - Recycling

Terry Seguin talks to the GM of Fredericton Region Solid Waste about how China's changing recycling standards are affecting our community.

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Julian Falconer - Guards

With two guards charged in the death of prisoner Matthew Hines, Karissa Donkin talks to a lawyer who's handled similar cases.

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Jamie Gillies - Trump

Terry Seguin talks to a political scientist about 'Fire and Fury', a look at the workings of the Trump white house.

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Danielle Elliott - EMO

Terry Seguin talks to a communications officer for N.B.'s Emergency Measures Org. about preparing for the first big storm of the winter.

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Dr. Ed Schollenberg - Petition

Terry Seguin talks to the registrar of N.B.'s College of Physicians and Surgeons about what impact a petition could have on penalties handed out by the college.

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Dr. Rachel Morehouse - Sleep

Terry Seguin talks to the medical director of the Atlantic Sleep Centre to get some tips on getting a good sleep.

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Steven Berthelot - Petition

Terry Seguin talks to one of the people questioning the punishment handed to the Fredericton doctor who admitted to having an intimate relationship with a patient.

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Colleen Coffey - Phoenix Pay

Two years in, and public servants are still dealing with the effects of the Phoenix Pay System fiasco. Terry Seguin talks to the Executive VP for PSAC's Atlantic Region.

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Diane Spencer - Insulation

A rebate program from NB Power is helping customers who heat with electricity add a little more insulation in their walls.

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Jeff Carr - Icy Roads

Terry Seguin talks to an opposition MLA about the winter road conditions around Fredericton.

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NB Housing Missing Keys

Karissa Donkin reports on a missing set of master keys that left 1,000 N.B. Housing units in Saint John at Risk.

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2017 Best and Worst Screen Pics

Rebekah Chasse speaks with Terry Seguin about the best and worst movies made in 2017.

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Spin Reduxit Review 2017

Our spin reduxit team takes a look back on the top political stories of 2017. Political watchers, Jacques Poitras and Daniel McHardie speak with Terry Seguin about the political year in review.

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Provincial Water Strategy

Executive Director of the Conservation Council of New Brunswick comments on the 10-year plan released by the province last week to help classify and protect water in N.B.

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Some advice on how to stay on the "nice" list.

CBC's Philip Drost spoke to some students in grade 3. Here's what they had to say about how to stay on the nice list.

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Children in Care Death Review Process

Norm Bosse speaks with Terry Seguin about the changes to the death review process for children in care.

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Public Transit Plans for Fredericton

Terry speaks with Councillor and chair of the transportation committee, Henri Mallet, about upcoming consultations for Fredericton Transit.

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Manjula Selvarajah - Tech Gifts

Terry Seguin talks to our tech contributor about what's a standout on store shelves, and what you should avoid.

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Greg MacFarlane - Playhouse

The future of Fredericton's new performing arts centre was discussed at council last night. Terry Seguin talks to the vice president of the playhouse's board of directors about the plan.

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Dr. Ed Schollenberg - Suspended Doctor

Terry Seguin talks to the registrar of the College of Physicians and Surgeons in N.B. about where patients go for care in the case of a doctor who's been suspended.

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Karen Pinchin - Food Column

Terry Seguin talks to our local food columnist about food ideas for the holiday season.

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Leanne Fitch - Reforms

Terry Seguin talks to Fredericton's police chief who is one of the country's leaders when it comes to reforming sexual assault investigations.

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Maggie Forsythe - Campus Sexual Assault

More than 60 incidents of sexual violence were disclosed to the Fredericton Sexual Assault Centre's Campus Sexual Assault Support Advocate during the 2016-17 school year. Terry Seguin talks to that advocate.

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Marilyn Kerton - Frex Future

Terry Seguin talks to a former city councillor who says it's time for the city to give the exhibition site a fighting chance.

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Emma Chevarie - Local Music

Terry Seguin talks to a local music blogger about live shows coming to Fredericton.

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Mike Vokey - City Plan

Terry Seguin talks to the executive director of the NB Provincial Exhibition about the city's plans for the exhibition grounds.

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Bev Gaston - Cannabis

Terry Seguin talks to the president of the Union of Municipalities of NB about the revenue from Cannabis, and how much the municipalities should get from the province.

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Jingle Bells

The Multicultural Assoc. of Fredericton has recently formed a choir, and sings Jingle Bells in 8 different languages.

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Canoe

A unique Canada 150 art project is now complete and on display in Fredericton.

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Dan Keenan - Fredericton Budget

Terry Seguin speaks to the vice-chair of the city's finance & admin committe about the 2018 budget passed at council last night.

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Mike O'Brien - Exhibition Grounds

Fredericton has big plans for the exhibition grounds, but the NBEx has a lease for the land. Terry Seguin talks to the Mayor of Fredericton about the city's plan.

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Food Banks

Terry Seguin talks to Brenda Belliveau, Alison Juta, and Jane Buckley about what food banks do, and their importance in the community.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:13:19]


Alex Leblanc - Newcomer Leadership

Terry Seguin talks to the NB Multicultural Council's executive director about developing future leaders from the province's community of newcomers.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:12:38]


Alison Crawford - Comeau Case Day 2

Terry Seguin talks to CBC reporter covering Gerard Comeau's case as it gets a second day of consideration by the country's top court.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:05:40]


Craig MacDonald - Assessor Quits

Rachel Cave spoke to a tax assessor who quit after becoming disillusioned with the process following the property tax scandal.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:09:15]


Luca Bertolini - Woonerf

Terry Seguin talks to a professor at the University of Amsterdam to find out about the origins of the woonerf, and the benefits of having one in the city.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:09:10]


Alison Crawford - Comeau Case

Terry Seguin talks to the reporter covering Gerard Comeau's cross-border beer case after the first day of the hearing at the Supreme Court of Canada.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:09:08]


Penny Polchies - TRC and Business

Terry Seguin talks to the Provincial Aboriginal Employment coordinator with JEDI about how business can reach out to Indigenous people in the spirit of the Truth & Reconciliation's calls to action.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:13:46]


David Sweeney, Mark Foreman - Nashwaak Rural Community Project

Another proposed rural community has been rejected, this time in the Nashwaak region. Terry Seguin talks to a member of the project committee, and the mayor of Stanley.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:14:52]


Howard Anglin - Cross-Border Rights

Gerard Comeau's cross-border alcohol purchase case is being heard by the Supreme Court of Canada. Terry Seguin talks to the executive director of the Canadian Constitution Foundation about the implications across the country.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:09:39]


Lynne Gouliquer, Carmen Poulin - LGBT Research

Terry Seguin talks to two researchers who had a hand in bringing about the apologies to Canada's LGBT community last week.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:16:23]


Louise Comeau - Energy

Terry Seguin talks to the director of the Environment and Sustainable Development research centre with the University of New Brunswick about the province's investment in energy efficiency.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:09:06]


Fredericton's Metal Scene

Jordan Gill checks up on the metal music scene in the capital city.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:10:14]


Martha Bell - Trees and Wreaths

Terry Seguin talks to someone in the Christmas tree and wreath industry about the high demand from across the border, and the seasonal labour shortage.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:10:14]


Roger Melanson - Forestry Review

Terry Seguin talks to the treasury board president and Minister responsible for trade policy. The province has hired more outside experts to help determine whether the province has a case to make against U.S. duties on softwood lumber exports.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:15:08]


Jason LeJeune - Micro-Home Project

Terry Seguin talks to a member of the group Housing First about a project to help with housing needs in the city.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:12:43]


Gail Costello - LGBT Language

Terry Seguin talks to the co-chair of Pride in Education about the language we use when speaking about certain communities, and why it's important.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:11:06]


Jason Peters - TRC Sports

Terry Seguin talks to the CEO of Aboriginal Sport & Recreation NB about the calls to action issued by the Truth & Reconciliation commission. He says the ones related to sports are being neglected.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:09:29]


Maree McGregor - Remote Crater

Terry Seguin talks to a graduate student at UNB who has won an award to do research on a crater in the Northwest Territories.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:09:06]


Emelie Hubert - Remembering Robert Howie

Terry Seguin talks to a friend of the late Robert Howie who shares a touching story about the prominent Fredericton resident.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:09:43]


Lynne Gouliquer - Apology

Terry Seguin talks to a former member of the military at CFB Gagetown who left her job because of the toxic culture.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:08:52]


Crystal Colford & Gwen McIntyre - Financial Literacy

We hear about a personal financial learning journey, and a program called ABC Money Matters.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:07:18]


Barry MacKnight - Sexual Violence

Terry Seguin talks to one of the organizers of a panel discussion set up to help stop the tide of sexual violence.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:14:03]


Medavie Mess

Terry Seguin talks to CBC's Jacques Poitras about the Medavie agreement to take over management of the extramural care program.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:09:52]


Brandon Brewer - City Fight

Terry Seguin talks to the retired boxer about his fight to open a gym on the exhibition grounds.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:09:31]


John Leroux - Saving a Church

Terry Seguin talks to an architect about trying to save a pre-Confederation church in the village of New Maryland.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:11:24]


MaKenna O'Dell - Baseball Camp

Terry Seguin talks to a grade 12 student about turning her passion into a community project.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:07:20]


Political Panel - Inclusion - Nov 23

Does the Inclusion program need to be modified? If it is modified, what changes would be appropriate? The political panel addresses those points.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:47:43]


Taylor Owen - Camp Lecture

Part 2 of Terry Seguin's chat with one of the world's leading thinkers on digital media and global affairs.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:11:14]


Kim MacPherson - Property Tax

Terry Seguin talks to the province's Auditor General about her report.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:14:41]


Blaine Higgs, David Coon - AG Report

Terry Seguin talks to two party leaders to get their thoughts on the auditor general's report.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:15:10]


Patti Hollenberg - The Baker Sisters

Terry Seguin talks to the co-owner and executive pastry chef at the Chess Piece Patisserie and Cafe about winning a feature spot on Canada's Food Network.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:14:40]


Taylor Owen - Camp Lecture

Part 1 of Terry Seguin's chat with one of the world's leading thinkers on digital media and global affairs.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:12:31]


Susan Levis-Peters - Housing

Terry Seguin talks to a former First Nation chief who says she has a plan that could make a real difference for housing in First Nation communities.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:15:27]