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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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Dam betrays Trudeau's pledge to First Nations, say critics

Despite a promise to forge a new relationship with Indigenous peoples, the Trudeau government's support of the Site C dam is facing criticism. The dam is opposed by First Nation leaders, the Royal Society of Canada and Amnesty International.

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'Some relief': Taran Killam's SNL ax

Well-liked and versatile actor Taran Killam reflects on life after his six season run with Saturday Night Live.

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Toll of assisted deaths on doctors

What impact do assisted deaths take on the doctors involved? Dr. Jeff Blackmer says some doctors will struggle, and Canada needs a framework to support them.

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Conservation officer kills 9 bears in 'most difficult week'

A B.C. conservation officer says Revelstoke residents' carelessness with their food and trash led to the euthanization of nine bears there last week. Guest host Laura Lynch interviews Dan Bartol.

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Matthew Polstein - Millinocket Hope

A large area of northeastern Maine has been designated a "national monument". It's the first step in a process that could lead to a new national park.

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Josh Harris - Concussions

Christine McLean talks to the executive director of Football NB about what it is doing to prevent concussions.

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Dr. Doug Smith - Marijuana Rules

Ottawa makes it easier to grow your own medical marijuana, but one medical specialist isn't so sure that's a good idea. We hear from two doctors.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:15:27]


Gardening Phone-In - August 25

George Scott answers your gardening questions.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:17:05]


Don McAlpine - Bio Blitz

We hear about the New Brunswick Museum's bio blitz.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:06:54]


Stacey Russell - Celebration

Canada turns 150 years old next year, but celebrations are starting in Fredericton tonight.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:04:26]


Seann Murray - Comedy Show

Christine McLean talks to a Fredericton comedian who's bringing his show back to his hometown.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:09:04]


Brent Staeben - Blackie and the Rodeo Kings

We continue to take a look at the headliners coming to this year's Harvest Jazz and Blues festival.

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Susan Holt - Pot's Potential to Boost Economy

The province turns to pot as the next big hope for the economy. Christine McLean talks to the chief of business relationships for the province, and member of the jobs board secretariat.

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Frank McKenna - Elsie Wayne

Former New Brunswick premier Frank McKenna reflects on Elsie Wayne's political legacy.

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Linda Hersey - Biographer

Christine McLean talks about Elsie Wayne's legacy with the author of the only biography she ever authorized.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:06:47]


Jody Peterson - Baseball

The senior men's national baseball tournament is in Fredericton this week.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:09:11]


Eugene Oscapella - Medical Marijuana

Christine McLean talks to a legal expert about new rules that aim to provide medical marijuana users greater access to prescribed cannabis.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:07:15]


CBC Investigates - Part 2

Joan Weeks continues the story of a young man from Cape Breton who died at the Dorchester Penitentiary.

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Chris Pritchett - Maggie's Story

The story of a dog that seems to have nine lives.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:04:43]


Catharine Pendrel - Bronze

A crash wasn't going to stop the mountain biker from Harvey Station from reaching the podium.

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CBC Investigates - Part 1

Joan Weeks has the story of a young man from Cape Breton who died at the Dorchester Penitentiary.

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Richard Louis - Head Injuries

Data shows sport-related head injuries are up in the province. Christine McLean talks to the Injury Prevention Coordinator for the NB Trauma Program.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:06:58]


Elaine Spalding - Hip Fan

Christine McLean talks to a Fredericton fan about her love for The Tragically Hip.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:10:06]


Olympic Panel

Lori Johnstone and Jason Dickson take a look at the events of the past week and what to watch for on the final weekend of the Rio Games.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:16:06]


Nicole O'Byrne - Supreme Court

Should Atlantic Canada be guaranteed a seat on the supreme court? Christine McLean talks to an associate professor of law at UNB.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:08:09]


David Mazerolle - Endangered Aster

Christine McLean talks to a botanist with the Atlantic Canada Conservation Data Centre about efforts to re-establish a rare plant in Kouchibouguac National Park.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:09:27]


Gardening Phone-In - August 18

George Scott answers your gardening questions.

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Caroline Walker and Benoit Poudrier

It will be the last concert for Gord Downie of the Tragically Hip, and a group in Fredericton is hoping his story can raise awareness about brain tumours.

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Edie Dextraze - Stanley Fair

Christine McLean talks to one of the volunteers of the longest running agricultural fairs in the province.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:09:00]


Evita - Shawn Henry and Katelyn Goodwin

Musical theatre is back on stage at the Playhouse. Christine McLean talks to the artistic producer and the lead actor.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:09:52]


Brent Staeben - Lukas Nelson

Our second profile of the headliners at this year's Harvest Jazz and Blues Festival. This morning, a musician with a famous pedigree, Lukas Nelson.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:09:31]


Karen Pinchin - Food Column

As berry season wraps up, our local food columnist is here with a recap of how the season went and some ways to preserve.

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Andrew Holland - Shorebirds

The Nature Conservancy of Canada is wondering why turnout at its shorebird reserve at Johnson's Mills is so low this year.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:09:03]


Genevieve Lalonde - Olympics

Philip Drost reached the Olympic athlete in Rio and asked about her first Olympic experience.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:08:26]


Tracey Rickards - Research Grant

Christine McLean talks to a UNB Nursing professor who is hoping she can change health care for those affected by poverty.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:11:01]


Donna Lackie - Phoenix Pay System

Christine McLean talks to a representative of the Public Service Alliance of Canada about what happened at a meeting last night in Miramichi about the Phoenix Pay System.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:08:26]


Jim Goltz - Rabies Drop

New Brunswick's Chief provincial veterinarian talks about the program to vaccinate wild animals against rabies.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:12:52]


Greg McCann - Road Work

We hear from the city about all the road work that's happening in Fredericton.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:09:26]


John Welling and Mike Babineau

Construction in the city takes its toll on local businesses.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:07:50]


Virgil Hammock - Acadian Art

We take a look at the Acadian visual art scene to mark the Acadian national holiday.

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Nathan White - Rio Swimming

Nathan White works for Swimming Canada and is a volunteer with the Canadian Olympic Committee in Rio. He talks to Christine McLean about the Canadian women's achievements in the pool so far.

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Sports Panel

Jason Dickson and Lori Johnstone talk about the stories coming out of the Olympic games so far.

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Crash-prone House

An update on the family from Tracy who have been dealing with cars crashing into their home.

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Gymnastics

Philip Drost stopped in to the Kingswood gymnastic centre in Hanwell to talk to people there about the sport, and the athletes in Rio they are watching.

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Dobson to Rio

Campbellton's Shayne Dobson is headed to Rio for the Paralympic games.

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Gardening Phone In - Part 2

George Scott answers gardening questions from our listeners.

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Gardening Phone In - Part 1

August 11 - George Scott answers gardening questions from our listeners.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:06:41]


Stewart Elgie - Carbon Pricing

Taxing carbon without killing the economy. Ottawa wants it done but smaller provinces are hedging. We ask how carbon pricing is being done elsewhere and what it might mean for NB.

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Rob Johns - Moth Infestation

We hear what scientists have found out about that moth infestation in Campbellton last month from an insect ecologist at Natural Resources Canada.

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Monique Allain - Rio

Harry Forestell talks to New Brunswick's member of the Olympic mission team.

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Richard Hornsby - Alexander Borodin

We continue our look at this year's featured composers at the New Brunswick Summer Music Festival.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:09:12]


Maureen Noble - Home Hit 9 Times by Vehicles

A couple in Tracy have had drivers crash into their home so often they're now appealing to the province for help.

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Brent Staeben - The Revivalists

Sampling the music of this year's Harvest Jazz and Blues Festival in Fredericton.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:08:35]


Richard Hornsby - Mikhail Glinka

This year the New Brunswick Summer Music Festival is showcasing the music of Romantic Russia.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:11:16]


Roger Hunka - NEB Hearing

Harry Forestell talks to the director of intergovernmental affairs at the Maritime Aboriginal Peoples Council, which presented at the National Energy Board hearings yesterday.

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John MacDermid - Officers' Square

The city of Fredericton has purchased Officers' Square from the province.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:10:03]


Corbett/Ritchie - NEB Hearing

We hear from two organizations that have made submissions to the National Energy Board for its public hearings on the pipeline, Lois Corbett, CCNB, and Gary Ritchie, NBBTU.

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Sarah Kiley - NEB Process

The National Energy Board explains how its hearings work and what it will do with the information it gathers this week.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:08:02]


Jeff Wells - Migratory Birds

Almost 100 years after the signing of The Migratory Bird Agreement, populations are still in decline across North America. Harry Forestell talks to an ornithologist & policy advisor for the Boreal Songbirds Initiative.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:11:22]


Kathy Mills - Climate Change

Terry Seguin spoke to an associate research scientist at the Gulf of Maine Research Institute about climate change and the impact on the Gulf of Maine.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:10:10]


Marianne Limpert

It's been 20 years since she won silver at the 1996 Olympics. Harry Forestell talks to Marianne Limpert about what that was like.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:11:50]


Park Series: Rockwood Park

Steven Webb takes us through Saint John's Rockwood Park.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:09:11]


Curt Nason - Perseids

Experts say it's going to be one of the best meteor showers in a while.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:06:46]


Forgotten Deaths

Connell Smith tells us the story of a man who died in jail in 2011. The family of Jeff Ryan says he died while detoxing from Oxycontin, a prescription he couldn't get while in jail in Saint John.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:09:31]


Olympic Panel

Lori Johnstone and Jason Dickson will chat with us about the Olympics for the next few weeks. They start this week with some of their own experiences and what the look forward to watching this year.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:14:28]


David Alward

Former Premier David Alward has been Canada's Consul General to New England for over a year now. He talks to Terry Seguin about what that transition.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:15:56]


Joining Forces

People in local service districts outside Fredericton are coming together. Debbie Peck tells us about the volunteers and their efforts to form York Rural Community.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:09:47]


Roundabout Refresher

We revisit the roundabout rules with city traffic engineer John Lewis.

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Karen Pinchin: Tuna Adventure

Our food columnist Karen Pinchin got up close and personal with a tuna last week and she's got a great fish story.

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Park Series: P.E.I. Provincial Park

With 3 billion in the kitty there's money to be spent and decisions to be made in Canada's National Parks. As our summer series continues we head to P.E.I. to see how staff decide to spend their share.

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The Glyphosate Report

The long awaited report on glyphosate was released last week and acting Chief Medical Officer of Health Jennifer Russell speaks with Terry about the findings.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:15:03]


Anthony Swift - Natural Resources Defense Council

The Director of NRDC-Canada project, talks about a new report highlighting how Energy East would threaten the Canadian and U.S. East Coast.

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Dr. Erin Fredericks - Pride Liaison

A new committee looks to bring the LGBTQ community and the police force together.

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Hockey Camp

St. Thomas University hockey player Kelty Apperson has been selected for Hockey Canada's development camp.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:06:36]


Dr. Graeme Young - ER Staffing

A listener wonders how many doctors are enough when it comes to staffing an emergency room overnight. We ask the Emergency Medicine Director, Fredericton Zone of Horizon Health, & Chief of the emergency departments in Fredericton and Oromocto.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:13:14]


Gardening Phone-In - July 28

George Scott answers your gardening questions.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:16:48]


Dr. Victoria Williamson - Earworm Expert

We found an Applied Music Psychologist to explain the cause and cure for earworms.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:11:32]


Alex Leblanc - Syrian Jobs

The Managing Director of the New Brunswick multicultural council talks to Terry about how Syrian refugees are making out on the job front.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:13:11]


Donna Lackie -Pay Centre

The National President of the Government Services Union with PSAC talks to Terry about the situation at the federal government pay centre in Miramichi, and what employees are saying after yesterday's visit from Minister Judy Foote.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:07:44]


Laura Emptage - Alzheimer's Scan

A team of researchers has figured out how to screen for Alzheimer's earlier and cheaper.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:03:29]


Stephen Chase - Roads and Recycling

Fredericton's public safety and environment committee is targeting 6 priority areas to improve life in the city.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:16:11]


Arthur Slipp - Woodstock Fire

The mayor of Woodstock talks about what happens next, after fire damaged the historic Rose building on Main Street.

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Ricky Nicholson - Woodstock Fire

A fire in Woodstock has left 22 residents without a home. We hear from the fire chief and some of the people affected.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:09:06]


Interprovincial Trade Rules - Brewers

Sean Dunbar, owner of Picaroons, and Stephen Dixon, owner of Grimross Brewery, talk about the impact of interprovincial trade agreements on their breweries.

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Donald Arsenault - TAB Debate

The government reacts to proposed legal action against its free tuition plan.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:13:31]


Jamie Gillies - DNC

The Democrats begin their convention with allegations of Russian hackers and a secret campaign to discredit Bernie Sanders.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:11:39]


Gary Forward - Police Thesis

A look at the history of Fredericton Police work from retired Inspector Gary Forward.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:06:49]


Michel Jean - Big Data

The Director General of the Canadian Centre for Meteorological and Environmental Prediction explains how Big Data plays its part in helping us learn about climate change.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:13:12]


Mike Murphy - Taking TAB To Court

The lawyer for the New Brunswick Association of Private Colleges and Universities says the organization is taking legal action against the Gallant government over its so-called "free tuition" program.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:13:44]


Park Series: Open Hearth Park

The renaissance of Canada's most toxic waste dump, the Sydney tar ponds are a place for families.

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Frank Carroll - McAdam Station

The McAdam railway station is in need of a new roof. The former mayor is leading the charge to get it fixed.

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Janette Desharnais - Literacy Camps

Frontier College is offering free summer camps for three First Nation communities.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:08:45]


Denis Guindon - Drone Rules

The Director General of Civil Aviation at Transport Canada talks about rules for drone use.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:09:43]


Aaron Wudrick - Tax Red Tape

We continue our quest to find answers for a Fredericton woman who says she paid 15 per cent HST on her power bill, when the rate was 13.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:10:38]


Michelle Horncastle - Splash Pad

We get an update on the splash pad project at Wilmot Park.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:05:13]


Gardening Phone-In - July 21

George Scott answers your gardening questions.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:17:57]


Laird Ferguson - Drone Etiquette

The do's and don'ts of using drones.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:10:59]


Henri Mallet - Dial-A-Bus

The chair of Fredericton's transportation committee talks to Terry about the city's dial-a-bus service.

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Jeff Filliter - True Crime

Novelist and former RCMP officer Jeff Filliter says the truth can be much more troubling than fiction.

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Food Column - Karen Pinchin

The Spice Guy.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:13:18]


Alison Griffiths - Child Benefit

Many parents with little ones will get their first Canada Child Benefit today. We talk to a financial author and journalist about how much you can expect and what it could mean for your family finances.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:06:46]


Dylan Venator - Pokemon Go

We hear about the game that has everyone running around Fredericton, trying to catch virtual creatures.

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Jean-Louis Deveau - Mt. Carleton

A former manager of Mt. Carleton says the province is sneaking snowmobiles through the back door onto its highest peak.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:14:08]


Jamie Gillies - Republican Convention

We talk to St. Thomas University Professor Jamie Gillies about the race for president south of the border.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:17:41]


David McKinley - Fire Hazard

The hot, dry weather is causing some safety issues you should be aware of.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:06:12]


Ian Beckett - Jail Guard

Karissa Donkin spoke to Ian Beckett, the jail guard who found Jason Hopkins after he hung himself in his prison cell. He says he was given little information about Hopkins death.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:08:36]


Len Falkenstein - NotaBle Acts

We hear about the 15th annual NotaBle Acts Theatre Festival, July 19-30.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:10:53]


Dan Hutt - Underwater Defence

The project manager with Defence Research and Development Canada studies underwater sensing in the Canadian Arctic.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:13:35]


Dr. Eilish Cleary - Award

Dr. Cleary has won the President's award from the Public Health Physicians of Canada.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:14:35]


Don Murray - Fredericton Parks

The Manager of Parks & Trees for the City of Fredericton talks about plans for Killarney and Odell parks.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:10:24]


Park Series: Hopewell Rocks

We head to the beautiful Bay of Fundy in our Maritime provincial and national park series this morning. The CBC's Vanessa Blanch takes us to the Hopewell Rocks.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:07:15]


Todd Trites - Harness Racing

The once thriving sport of harness racing seems to have fallen on hard times.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:08:02]


Lloyd Salomone - BioBlitz Doc

Terry talks to the producer of a documentary about the New Brunswick Museum's bioblitz in the Grand Lake protection area.

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Catharine Pendrel

We hear from NB mountain biker Catharine Pendrel as she prepares for the Olympics.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:05:17]


Gardening Phone-In - July 14

George Scott answers your gardening questions.

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Louise Comeau - Climate Action Plan

The Conservation Council of New Brunswick recommends a whole new vision for the province. Terry talks to the author of the report.

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Barb McAllister - Forgotten Deaths

Karissa Donkin talks to a mother about her son, Jason Hopkins. He was one of the 13 people whose death went unreported while in custody.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:12:54]


Neil Trebble - Fighting Dutch Elm

City crews in Fredericton are on their annual hunt for signs of Dutch elm disease.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:07:24]


Sheryl Bartlett - Harvey Lake

People living near Harvey Lake aren't impressed by a warning sign the province has installed warning of blue-green algae. They say it's misleading and is keeping people away. Terry talks to the chairperson of the Harvey Lake Association.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:10:21]


Krysta Schaus - Golf Champ

Terry talks to NB's newest ladies golf champion.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:11:41]


Dr. Herb Emery - Regional Economy

We talk to UNB's new Vaughn chair in regional economics about how you turn around an economy when big players control all the opportunities.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:16:39]


Jake Allen - Golf Classic

Fresh off putting his name to a four-year contract extension with the St. Louis Blues, Jake Allen is back in his hometown of Fredericton for his celebrity golf tournament.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:10:02]


Canada History

Kayley Urquhart and Machara MacNeil are two 12 year-old girls from Fredericton and Oromocto who are bringing the past to life for a national young citizens program.

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Matt DeCourcey - Immigration Plan

Fredericton's MP weighs in on the government's new plan to boost the economy and population in Atlantic Canada.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:15:48]


John MacDermid - Racino

Fredericton city council rejects a proposal from Horse Racing New Brunswick.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:15:28]


Gordon McBean - Weather & Climate

A climatologist talks about global sustainability.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:14:46]


Joseph Richardson - Racial Unrest

We talk to a professor of African-American studies about last week's tragic shootings in Louisiana, Minnesota and Texas.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:07:28]


John Klymko - Elusive Dragonfly

John Klymko is a zoologist with the Atlantic Canada Conservation Data Centre and he's been part of the search team trying to find a rare dragonfly in New Brunswick.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:10:21]


Park Series: McNabs Island

McNabs Island is a provincial park right in the mouth of Halifax harbour that very few people get to see.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:07:11]


Trip of a Lifetime

Michael Powell of Hanwell will have a summer vacation to remember. The 16-year-old Fredericton high student will spend two weeks aboard an icebreaker in the Artic.

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Past Comes to Life

Two 12 year-old girls from Fredericton and Oromocto bring the past tolife for a national young citizens program. Kayley Urquhart and Machara MacNeil tell us all about their experiences.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:10:16]


Summer Reads

Lynn Davies and Ian Letourneau drop by with their suggestions for great summer reads.

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Order Of Canada:Ilkay Silk

Ilkay Silk of Fredericton has been named to the Order of Canada. She has received the honour for her many contributions to arts and culture organizations in the province.

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Pinchin: Sandwiches

Karen Pinchin delights in the summer sandwich.

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Graydon Nicholas

Former lieutenant governor Graydon Nicholas named to the Order of Canada.

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Robert Campbell On Canada Post

Robert Campbell is the President of Mt. Allison University and an expert on international postal systems. He has a few thoughts on the pending lock-out at Canada Post

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US Presidential Running Mates

Professor Jamie Gillies talks politics south of the border and who might show up as running mates in the upcoming presidential election.

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No Feeding Animals

Parks Canada is begging people to stop feeding wild animals in the National Parks. Ecologist Eric Tremblay says it's become a huge problem.

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Gas Regulation 10 Years Old

Robert Jones looks back on what caused gas price regulation in the province 10 years ago and if it's doing what it was set out to do.

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Immigration Not Only Answer

Mt. A. Political Scientist Mario Levesque says boosting immigration in Atlantic Canada is not the only way to economic growth.

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A Mother's Nightmare

Six years after her daughter's death, Mary Agnes Polchies of Elsipogtog still believes police got it wrong when they said there was no foul play involved. Tori Weldon has her story.

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Park Series: Park People

Shaun Waters checks out Mactaquac provincial park campground and some people who've really made it their home for the summer.

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Jason Dickson

Jason Dickson comes in to talk about his new jobs. He's the new CEO YMCA in Fredericton and he's taking on the job as president of Baseball Canada.

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Largest Conservation Project

The Nature Conservancy of Canada announces its largest private land conservation project in New Brunwsick. Paula Noel is a Project Manager with Nature Conservancy of Canada.

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Company Pays for Plasma

The CEO of Canadian Plasma Resources is planning to open a facility in Moncton. The company pays people for their plasma. Barzin Bahardoust explains why want to set up in Moncton.

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Rio Bound

Monique Allain is heading to the Olympic Games in Rio next month. She'll be working as a concierge on the mission team for Team Canada.

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Maugerville Man Questions Road Rules

Steven Harvey is concerned politics is allowing a logging company in the Maugerville area to break the rules.

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Road Rules: Minister Reponds

Minister of Transportation and Infrastructure, Bill Fraser, responds to a Maugerville mans claim that road hauling rules are being broken in the area to accommodate business.

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Jacques Poitras on Bill 21

The battle over Bill 21 resumes at the legislature this week, the bill will affect how the chief justice of the Court of Queen's Bench can transfer judges from court to court.

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Academic Outcomes - Justin Smith

Justin Smith, Associate professor at Wilfred Laurier University, talks about publicly funded preschool programs and whether they are the key to improving literacy skills in New Brunswick.

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Keol's Gift

Visually impaired, autistic, and perfect pitch. High school graduate Keol Woo has a special gift he'll be playing at his graduation tonight.

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NBTA Reaction - Guy Arsenault

Terry talks to the president of the NBTA about his thoughts on expanding public education to include three and four year olds.

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Early Education Plan - Margaret McCain

Terry talks to former Lt. Governor Margaret McCain about how to solve the literacy problem in New Brunswick.

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Gardening Phone-In - June 23

George Scott answers your gardening questions.

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Close Ties - Duff Conacher

We ask the co-founder of Democracy Watch if Canada's fisheries and oceans Minister can do an effective job, and still maintain his close friendship with the Irvings.

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Hello/Bonjour - Katherine d'Entremont

Terry talks to the province's commissioner of official languages about the state of bilingualism in New Brunswick.

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Trapping Invasive Insects - Don Murray

The Emerald Ash Borer has killed millions of trees in North America, and they're getting closer to New Brunswick. Terry talks to the city forester about what Fredericton is doing about the bug.

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Premier Brian Gallant - Part 2

Premier Brian Gallant was in the studio with Terry Seguin, answering questions from around the province.

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Premier Brian Gallant - Part 1

Premier Brian Gallant was in the studio with Terry Seguin, answering questions from around the province.

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Education Plan Recommendations - Karen Power

Terry talks to one of the co-chairs of a two person committee about their recommendations for New Brunswick's 10-year education plan.

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Part 4 - Possesom Paul, Alan Polchies

Terry Seguin visited St. Mary's First Nation this morning ahead of the 17th annual Pow Wow.

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Part 3 - Chief Candice Paul

Terry Seguin visited St. Mary's First Nation this morning ahead of the 17th annual Pow Wow.

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Part 2 - Patrick Brooks

Terry Seguin visited St. Mary's First Nation this morning ahead of the 17th annual Pow Wow.

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Part 1 - Andrea Bear-Nicholas, Imelda Perley

Terry Seguin visited St. Mary's First Nation this morning ahead of the 17th annual Pow Wow.

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Gardening Phone-In - June 16

George Scott answers your gardening questions.

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AG Report - Kim MacPherson

The high cost of caring for New Brunswick's aging population. NB's Auditor General Kim MacPherson says it's not sustainable.

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PAC Says No to VLT Site - Brock McEachern

Fredericton's planning advisory committee gives a thumbs down to a new bar and VLT site for Horse Racing New Brunswick. Terry talks to the VP of Horse Racing New Brunswick.

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Bard in the Barracks

The Shakespearean theatre company will be performing The Adventures of Pericles in Odell Park from June 22nd to July 3rd.

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LHHS Safe Grad Video - Madison Burke

Some Grade 12 students at Leo Hayes High School win praise and cash for their Safe Grad video on drinking responsibly.

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Mega-Gambling - Ron Steeves

The fight begins against a new gambling site in downtown Fredericton.

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Fire Pits - David McKinley

The Assistant Deputy Fire Chief for the Fredericton Fire Department explains the rules for backyard campfires.

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Orlando - John Staples

Fredericton's LGBTQ community responds to the Orlando tragedy.

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NB Literacy - Dr. Erin Schryer

Terry talks to the executive director of Elementary Literacy Inc. about fixing New Brunswick's literacy problem.

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Hockey Mask - Frank Morrison

A former UNB hockey player donates a piece of history to the school.

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Crowdfunding - Chief Ron Tremblay

The Maliseet Grand Council has turned to crowdfunding to support their legal battle with the Gallant government over the future of Mount Carleton Provincial Park​.

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​​Imagine Fredericton - Mike O'Brien

The Mayor of Fredericton talks about the mission of Imagine Fredericton.

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Literacy Report - Frank Hayes

The president of the Literacy Coalition of New Brunswick​ weighs in on the new literacy report released on Friday.

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Kings Landing season opens - Kevin Cormier

The executive director takes us back to 1879 with the story of a tragic fire and he talks about the sites upcoming season.

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Postal Banking - John Anderson

The author of "Why Canada Needs Postal Banking" speaks with Terry about the service being a viable option in the village of Chipman.

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Gardening Phone-in - June 09

George Scott answers your gardening questions.

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Celtic Affairs - Danny Taylor

A former member of the Celtic Affairs Committee says a Celtic Affairs Minister is needed in the province.

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Chipman Bank - Carson Atkinson

The mayor of Chipman is looking for a bank to replace Scotiabank.

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Record Breaking Runners

Four students from Fredericton High School have etched their names into the history books.

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Tuition Plan - Donald Arseneault

The new post-secondary education minister is already talking about changes to the new free tuition plan for low-income students announced by the province.

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Multiculturalism - Alex LeBlanc

Terry talks to the executive director of the New Brunswick Multicultural Council about the new Celtic minister and multiculturalism in the province.

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Vision 20/20 - Larry Shaw

Terry Seguin talks to the CEO of Ignite Fredericton & Knowledge Park, Inc. about promoting economic development in the Fredericton area.

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UNB Spending - Norm Betts, Eddy Campbell

Professor Norm Betts and president Eddy Campbell talk about the spending priorities at UNB.

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Cabinet Shuffle - Mario Levesque

A Mount Allison University political scientist looks at the winners and losers in the Gallant government's cabinet shuffle.

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Finance - Cathy Rogers

Former social development minister Cathy Rogers becomes the province's first female finance minister.

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Beaverbrook Art Gallery - Michael de Adder

Colleen Kitts-Goguen talks to the political cartoonist about his show at the Beaverbrook Art Gallery, and his upcoming week as artist in residence there.

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Assisted Dying Deadline - Dr. Jeff Blackmer

The deadline has passed and politicians still haven't passed a law governing assisted dying. Colleen Kitts-Goguen asks the VP of Medical Professionalism at the Canadian Medical Association, where this leaves doctors.

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New Album - Thom Swift

The Fredericton musician and songwriter talks to Terry about his new album, The Legend of Roy Black.

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SHAD - Sophie Gagnon

A local high school student has been selected to take part in the national SHAD program, a program to help Canada's best and brightest youth reach their full potential.

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School Procedures - David McTimoney

The superintendent of schools in Anglophone West talks about the Lock Down, and Hold and Secure of 6 northside Fredericton schools yesterday.

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Treaty Day - Chief Candace Paul

The Chief of St. Mary's First Nation talks to Terry about the celebration of Treaty Day tomorrow.

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Gardening Phone-In - June 02

George Scott answers your gardening questions.

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NB family loses Fort Mac home - Sheldon Betts

A New Brunswick man is left rebuilding his family's life in Fort MacMurray after the forest fire claimed his home.

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Community Theatre

Children from the Doone Street community have been writing and rehearsing their own version of The Three Little Pigs.

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Music Therapy - Bev Foster

The Music Care Conference begins Friday in Fredericton. Terry talks to the executive director of the non-profit organization, Room 217, who helped organize the event.

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Mt. Carleton Plan - Roberta Clowater

The debate continues over a proposed development for Mount Carleton.

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Food Column - Karen Pinchin

Our local food columnist is talking tacos.

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Free the Beer - Dan Albas

The latest in the fight for freer inter-provincial trade.

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Food Trucks - Jack Youseff

Why are food trucks a problem for downtown Fredericton?

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Accidental Overdose - Sandy Bourque

The mother of Amanda Bourque tells us the story of how her daughter lost her life because of a prescribed narcotic and wants to see change.

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Bill 21 Debate - Ian Peach

A lawyer with a long career in constitutional law and public policy talks about the Justice Minister's dilemma after his apparent conversations with judges.

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Fracking Moratorium - Donald Arseneault

The Energy Minister confirmed the government will keep it's moratorium in place indefinitely on development of a shale gas industry.

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Bill C-14 - Dr. Jeff Blackmer

The VP Medical Professionalism at the Canadian Medical Association talks about what it will mean for physicians and patients if the assisted dying legislation doesn't pass by the June 6th deadline.

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