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NB: Information Morning (Moncton)

Information Morning is the essential source of news and information for radio listeners. The station broadcasts to the eastern half of New Brunswick from Campbellton to Cape Tormentine, and covers the cities of Moncton, Miramichi, Bathurst, Dieppe and Campbellton. Join the Information Morning Moncton team every weekday.

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Found: a 17th century map stuffed in a Scottish chimney

You never quite know what you might find when you're renovating your house.

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Gamergate and the "alt-right"

Emma Vosen looks to gamer culture as a microcosm of how sexism is seeded and replicated within broader society.

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You're a bad driver

Even with hands-free devices, you're still a distracted driver

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The joys of playing Lorelai Gilmore

The Gilmore Girls star discusses the past, present and potential future of the cult TV show which just returned as a Netflix miniseries.

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Asha Tomlinson - Air Miles backdown

After a CBC Marketplace investigation, the biggest loyalty program in the country has reversed course. Vanessa Blanch speaks with Asha Tomlinson of CBC TV's Marketplace

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Wizard of Oz - Tantramar Regional High School

The Wizard of Oz is on stage at Tantramar Regional High School in Sackville. The show producer and four of the actors dropped by for a chat with Vanessa Blanch.

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Dr. Scott Mawdsley - Parlee Beach water

Dr. Mawdsley says Parlee Beach is a public health disaster waiting to happen. He speaks with CBC's Gabrielle Fahmy about his concerns

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MP Ginette Petitpas-Taylor - Housing first project

The MP for Moncton-Riverview-Dieppe explains how funding mental health and housing issues are the first priority of the Liberal government

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Housing challenges

CBC reporter Kashmala Fida speaks with Sabrina Eatmon and Joseph Garland

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The Capitol theatre presents "Oliver"

The Capitol Theatre in Moncton and Tutta Musica have announced the cast for their newest production

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Now Showing - Nutcracker

Capitol Theatre managing director Kim Rayworth talks about the annual holiday tradition of Nutcracker presented by the Academy of Classical Ballet & Modern Dances

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Charlie Rhindress - Esther Fest

Author and playwright Charlie Rhindress brings us up to date on his idea to use the legend of Esther Cox and the Great Amherst Mystery to attract tourists in the summer

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Gabrielle Fahmy - Parlee Beach water

CBC reporter Gabrielle Fahmy looks into why the province of New Brunswick is not following the guidelines for Canadian Recreational Water Quality

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Ask Resurgo Place - Clovis Caribou Hunters

James Upham is in charge of public programming at Resurgo Place in Moncton

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Auditor General's Report - Meat inspections

New Brunswick Auditor General Kim MacPherson focused on the meat inspection system in the province

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Jason Surette - Rooming house evictions

The president of Big Hearts Small City explains how his organization is helping to arrange other places for the tenants to live

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Ashley Barnaby - Little warrior Zaccari

Ashley Barnaby's son Zaccarri Buell will light the IWK Christmas tree in Halifax

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Tim Aubry - Housing first strategy

The co-principal investigator for the Moncton site of the At Home/Chez Soi Project

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Greg Turner - Booting cars

Moncton councillor Greg Turner led a committee looking into the issue of immobilizing cars on private lots

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Mr D - learning amidst information overload

Education columnist Armand Doucet talks about the effect information overload have on kids and learning

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Rémi Landry - Sexual assaults in the military

The retired lieutenant-colonel with the Canadian Armed Forces and political science professor at l'Université de Sherbrooke talks about the alarming figures from Stats Canada

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Bryan Dube - Firefighters calendar

The Moncton firefighter talks about the fundraiser and the process of preparing their first calendar since 2012

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CBC's Go Public - Credit reports

Montreal lawyer Jeff Orenstein of the Consumer Law Group talks about the complexity of fixing your credit report when fraud is the culprit

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Pierre Battah - On the job

Our workplace columnist talks about the role and importance of middle management at work

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Kelly Anne Denton - Homecoming

A crowdfunding campaign finally permitted the Riverview resident to return home after a 14 month stay in hospital

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Cedric Frenette - Tree of Hope radiothon

Five-year-old Cedric Frenette and his mother Jolyne talk about the treatments and the good care Cedric has been receiving over the last two years

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Jason Deroche - Tree of Hope radiothon

The Moncton banker shares his story of surgery, radiation and chemotherapy...and how he works at keeping fit mentally

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Dr. Rodney Ouellette - Tree of Hope radiothon

Dr. Rodney Ouellette, head of the Atlantic Cancer research Institute in Moncton shares his experience with cancer, and talks about the research project the Tree of Hope Foundation will help fund

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Now showing - Bette MacDonald

Capitol Theatre managing director Kim Rayworth talks about "Tis the Season 10"

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Moncton - Tim Horton Capital

Craig O'Neill, owner of 37 Tim Horton franchises in southeast New Brunswick talks about the Maritime empire his father started over 40 years ago

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Alex Delorey - Working his way up

The Canadian astronaut candidate speaks about the experience and the narrowing field of applicants

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Searching for Chris Metallic

Sgt Paul Gagne of the New Brunswick RCMP and Constable Brian Veniot of the Nova Scotia RCMP police dog service speak with Kashmala Fida about the search with the help of the RCMP's first and only cadaver dog

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Santa letter

CBC's Nina Corfu and her four-year-old daughter Maria Myles wrote to santa with the help of elf Aurelie Walsh

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Catherine Harrop - Inside the Lodge

CBC reporter Catherine Harrop talks about her stay at the Mgr. Henri-Cormier Lodge while she was being treated for breast cancer

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School cafeteria food

Our Information Morning panel: Ben Champoux, Chris MacDonald and Josephine Watson on whether junk food should be banned from schools

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Inclusive classrooms - part 2

Vanessa Blanch talks with three high-achieving high school students who say inclusion is good in theory - but it doesn't work

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Danielle LeBlanc - Diana Gabaldon

Diana Gabaldon, author of the bestselling Outlander series, will deliver the 2017 Maillet-Frye Lecture

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Louise Comeau - Phasing out coal

The director for climate change and energy solutions for the Conservation Council of New Brunswick speaks about the federal government's plan to phase out coal by 2030

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Moncton city council

CBC reporter Tori Weldon brings us an update from the November 21 public session

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Inclusive classrooms

Heather Adams speaks with CBC's Vanessa Blanch about her autistic son Adam and the outcome of his inclusive classroom education

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Ryan Scrivens - Right-wing extremism

The PhD candidate in the School of Criminology at Simon Fraser University studies right-wing extremist groups in Canada

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Moncton Coupon Lady - Christmas budget tips

Ruth Ann Swansburg shares her tips on how to stay on track with your holiday budget

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Terry Boudreau - Shediac Bay water

The Pointe du Chene resident spoke with Antoine Trépanier of Radio-Canada

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Three bag trash system

Roland LeBlanc is the director of solid waste for Southeast Eco360 Gena Alderson is waste diversion coordinator

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St. Thomas basketball players take a knee

Quentin Sock and Jeremy Speller raise awareness for missing and murdered aboriginal women

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John Higham - Sackville town hall security

The mayor of Sackville explains why the town has to install a glass and metal barrier around the front desk at town hall

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Bob McKeown - Brain injuries in the CFL

The former CFL player and co-host of the Fifth Estate talks about brain injuries in football

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Karen McGrath - Horizon's new CEO

The next president and CEO of Horizon Health Network talks about her upcoming job

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Amy Sock - RCMP watchlist

The Elsipogtog activist wants to know if she's on the list

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Remi Donelle - Water contamination

The manager of the Shediac Bay Watershed Association spoke to the CBC's Gabrielle Fahmy

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Now showing - Còig

Capitol Theatre managing director Kim Rayworth talks about Cape Breton supergroup Còig

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Niobe Thompson - Organ donations

The producer of the documentary "Vital Bonds" talks about the issue of organ donation in Canada

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Viola Léger - A conversation

Acadian actress and former senator, Viola Léger

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Consumer watchdog - Dispensing fees

CBC reporter Yvonne Colbert explains how we are not only paying for the medication when we are paying for prescription drugs

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Jean-Claude Basque - Food Banks

The provincial coordinator of the Common Front for Social Justice reacts to Food Banks Canada's annual "HungerCount" report

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Soaring Spirits Moncton Vivre avec le deuil

Nadine Larche and Christelle Léger are opening a regional chapter of Soaring Spirits International to make it easier for people who are widowed to connect

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Ask Resurgo Place - Super bore

James Upham is in charge of public programming at Resurgo Place in Moncton

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Chris Hadfield - The Darkest Dark

Astronaut Chris Hadfield talks about his new children's book

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Dr Yves Léger - Tuberculosis at Sunny Brae Middle School

The regional medical officer of health says the recent case of TB in Moncton poses little risk to others.

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Adam Lordon - Miramichi byelection

The newly elected mayor of Miramichi talks about his election and his plans for Miramichi

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Dial M for Murder

Paul David Powers is the artistic director of Dial M for Murder. Cody Bolton and Cyril Johnston are both actors in the production

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Dan Noel - Stock market reactions

Our personal finance watcher takes a look at the effect the American election had on the stock market

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Tina Morningstar - Morningstar trial

The mother of 19-year-old Devon Morningstar spoke with reporter Tori Weldon on Friday after a jury found her son guilty of first degree murder in the death of 18 year old Bayley Wylie

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Joel Richardson - NAFTA

The vice president of the Canadian Manufacturers and Exporters, NB and PEI division talks about the effects renegotiating NAFTA could have on New Brunswick

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Sylvain Charlebois - Rising food prices

The Dean of the Faculty of Management at Dalhousie University is one of the co-authors of a report that looks into how Canadians shop for their food

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Music to remember

John McDermott presents three songs that are most meaningful to him on Rememberance day

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Letters from Harry

Harry Harris was 31 years old when he was killed on October 2nd, 1916 ... one soldier among thousands whose sacrifice we remember today

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Secret diary

Ralph Nicol kept a secret diary during his time in captivity, under threat of death

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Stephen Davies - Canadian Letters and Images Project

The head of the Canadian Letters and Images Project talks about the value of wartime letters and photos kept as family heirlooms

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A tribute to his father

Curtis Basque with Crimson Stain, a song he wrote for veterans, including his late father

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John McDermott - Helping Canada's veterans

The Scottish Canadian tenor talks about the work he's doing to help Canada's veterans and their families, and explains why the issue is so close to his heart

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Now showing - Choeur Neil-Michaud

Capitol Theatre managing director Kim Rayworth talks about the final concert of the Choeur Neil-Michaud

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Not guilty - Jean-Claude Savoie trial

CBC reporter Bridget Yard followed the trial

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Donald Savoie - U.S. election

The Université de Moncton professor is one of Canada's leading experts on public administration

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Elsipogtog land claim

Mi'kmaq elder Kenneth Francis and the lawyer handing the case, Bruce McIvor

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Special war memorial

Harbour View High School student Ethan Nylan read the dedication and Clara Kelly read the roll of the fallen

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Jamie Gillies - U.S. election

The political scientist and professor of communications and public policy at St. Thomas University reacts to the Trump victory

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U.S. election - Our panel reacts

Our Information Morning panel: Ben Champoux and Chris MacDonald

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Rebecca Halliday - Classroom composition

The director of Riverbend School in Moncton thinks there's a way to make education accessible to more families with a "tuition transfer" to private day schools

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U.S. election - Expats react

Bob Osborne and Anne Marie Picone Ford are dual citizens who followed the U-S campaign and the election results last night

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Ask Resurgo Place!

James Upham is in charge of public programming at Resurgo Place in Moncton

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Dave Lutz - American election

The Hampton lawyer is in Florida working for the Hillary Clinton campaign

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Krista Carr - Classroom composition

The executive director of the New Brunswick Association of Community Living says inclusion has become the scapegoat for everything wrong with the education system

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Magali Charron - Rump

Magali Charron has written a children's book inspired by the American election

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Dan Noel - American election scenarios

Our personal finance watcher takes a look at the different scenarios that could emerge from the American election and what they mean for Canadian investors

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Paul Bennett - Classroom composition

Paul Bennett is an education consultant, based in Nova Scotia

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Cecile Cassista - Home care

The Coalition for Seniors and Nursing Home Right released a document calling on the province to improve home care services so seniors can stay in their homes longer

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Rocio Osbourne - World Wine and Food Expo

Rocio Osbourne is a sixth generation vintner with the Osbourne group, one of the oldest wineries in the world

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Jamie Gillies - American election

The political scientist and professor of communications and public policy at St. Thomas University has been tracking the American election

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Allergy elimination

Radio-Canada's Karine Godin spoke to Deanna Friars, owner of Forever Healthy clinic in Riverview and Greg Rex, a pediatric allergy and clinical immunology specialist

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John McDermott - Raised on Songs and Stories

The Canadian tenor talks about his new album

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Now Showing - Simon Daniel

Capitol Theatre managing director Kim Rayworth talks about Music NB's "Emerging Artist of the Year" Simon Daniel

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Bagtown Brewery

Mount Allison University commerce professor Nauman Farooqui and student Robbie Baxter talk about setting up a nanobrewery as a class project

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Dr. Robert Green - iDistracted

The emergency department physician and medical director of Nova Scotia Trauma Program created an app to log distracted driving

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Syrians return

CBC's Shane Fowler spoke to a Syrian family that moved back to Moncton, along with Mike Timani of New Brunswick's Multicultural Council

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Isabelle LeBlanc - Downtown centre

The director of communications with the City of Moncton gives us an update on the major construction project in downtown Moncton

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Paul Harpelle - municipal by-elections

Paul Harpelle of Elections NB talks about the upcoming municipal bi-elections

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Professor Ronald Rudin - Sheldrake Island leper colony

History professor Ronald Rudin is the director of "the Lost Stories Project"

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Guy Arseneault - Classroom inclusion

The president of the New Brunswick Teachers Association talks about what's happening inside New Brunswick classrooms

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Tori Weldon - Devon Morningstar trial

Reporter Tori Weldon is covering the first-degree murder trial of Devon Morningstar

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Cheryl Reid - Running against the odds

The avid runner will participate in the New York city marathon this weekend, eight years after a tumour was removed from her spinal cord

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Marie-Claire Pierce - Codiac Transpo fares

The senior transit planner at Codiac Transpo explains why fares will increase in 2017

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Gregg Ingersoll - Education assessments

The superindendent for the Anglophone East School District reacts to low test scores

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Blair Feltmate - Flood preparedness

The head of the Intact Centre on Climate Adaptation at the University of Waterloo says New Brunswick is in the middle of the pack for flood preparedness

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Mr.D - Think like an engineer

Armand Doucet and Ian Fogarty are teachers at Riverview High School Mr.D is also our Information Morning's education columnist

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Pierre Battah - On the job

Our workplace columnist explains how investing in people is a proven way for employers to demonstrate that staff are their most valuable resource

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Shelley Landsburg - Flu shot

New Brunswick's director of Communicable Disease and Control talks about this year's flu virus

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Yvonne Colbert - Ford transmissions

The CBC's consumer watchdog Yvonne Colbert talked to some concerned Ford owners

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D.J. Joseph - Elsipogtog commercial centre

Elsipogtog's Nation Administrator talks about a new commercial venture in the community

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Paula Doucet - Workplace violence

The president of the New Brunswick Nurses Union wants Occupational Health and Safety Act to recognize that workplace violence is a workplace hazard

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Nancy Hartling - Senate

Nancy Hartling of Moncton is one of Canada's newly appointed senators

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Tiny house

CBC Reporter Kashmala Fida checked out the unveiling of Kent Home's first tiny home in Shediac

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Now showing - NB Symfunny Orchestra

Marshall Button explains what happens when classical music meets comedy

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Karen Tam Wu - Netzero building code

The buildings and urban solutions program director for the Pembina Institute talks about the expected announcement from the federal government

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ALC audit

New Brunswick's Auditor General Kim MacPherson took part in the audit. The president and CEO of Atlantic Lottery Brent Scrimshaw reacts

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Sistema NB

Sounds and voices from rehearsals at the Sistema Music Centre in Moncton with guest visitor/violionist Adrian Anantawan

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Sergio Bustos - Battleground Florida

The Senior Editor with Politico Florida explains why Florida is a key state in the race for the White House

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Adrian Anantawan - Sistema NB

The Canadian violinist visited Moncton to show kids it's possible to perform with a disability. Harley MacCormack and and Pierce Wilson are part of the Sistema program

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Carbon price debate

Louise Comeau is with the Conservation Council of New Brunswick and Kevin Lacey is the Atlantic Director of the Canadian Taxpayers Federation

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Halloween etiquette

Our Information Morning panel: Josephine Watson, Ben Champoux and Chris MacDonald

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Jenna MacNeil Morton - Halloween

Pickle Planet blogger Jenna Morton joins us with a round-up of Hallowe'en activities for your family

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Craig Brett - Taxing carbon 101

The economics professor at Mount Allison University gives us a basic explanation on carbon taxes and a cap and trade system

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Bert Archer - Moncton restaurants

Bert Archer is a travel and food writer based in Toronto with high praise for Moncton's restaurant scene

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Mental health support in jails

The CBC's Julianne Hazlewood talked to Coralee Cusack-Smith, mother of Ashley Smith.

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Andrew Harvey - Climate change report

Carleton-Victoria MLA Andrew Harvey is the chair of New Brunswick's select committee on Climate Change

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Oland trial

CBC journalist Bobbi-Jean MacKinnon was in court when The New Brunswick Court of Appeal ordered a new trial for Dennis Oland

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Kim Eagles - Organizing garbage

The owner of Kaos Solutions has a few ideas on how to keep all those bags organized

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The Butler - Escaping conversations

John Robertson is a certified protocol and etiquette consultant and a professionally trained English butler

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Segregation in jails

CBC reporter Julianne Hazlewood looks at solitary confinement in New Brunswick jails

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Michael McArdle - Ghost Walk

The former Moncton High theatre teacher will be leading the Moncton Historic Ghost Walk, along with present and former Moncton High Students

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New Music

Patrick Parise with a look at new music releases

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Susan Edgett - Legs for Literacy

The race director dropped by our studio to give us an update on what we can expect this weekend in Moncton

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Bill Schurman - Free ice time

The director of recreation for the town of Amherst explains how the pilot project will work

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Norval McConnell - West end school

The Moncton District Education Council member talks about the idea of a new school to replace Bessborough School in Moncton's west end

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André du Broc - Moving to Canada

The American author talks about his guidebook, 'How to Move to Canada: A Discontented American's guide to Canadian Relocation', for distressed American voters considering an exit plan if Trump wins the election

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Now showing ... Barr Brothers

Capitol Theatre managing director Kim Rayworth talks about the Montreal-based Barr Brothers

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Yvonne Colbert - Disclosure

Our CBC consumer watchdog explains what you need to know to protect yourself when buying a house

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Black in the Maritimes

Fidel Franco and Marcus Marcial of Moncton talk about their new podcast

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Louis-Philippe Gauthier - Best entrepreneurial cities in Canada

The director of provincial affairs, New Brunswick, with the Canadian Federation of Independent Business explains how they compiled the listing

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Natasha McLaughlin-Chaisson - Chiac house listing

The owner of the house explains why she posted her Kijiji listing in Chiac. C'est right d'la fun.

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Terry Mercer - Energy East

Nova Scotia senator Terry Mercer sits on the Senate Committee on Transport and Communications. It's holding hearings on the Energy East pipeline

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Steve King - Tidal river surfer

The British surfer spoke with Radio-Canada's Catherine Dumas

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Moncton city council

CBC reporter Tori Weldon brings us an update from the October 17th public session

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Mr.D - University prep

Armand Doucet is a teacher at Riverview High and Information Morning's education columnist

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Heather Locke - Coroner's Inquest

Glen Wareham's mother testifies at the inquest into the death of her 28-year-old son at the Shepody Healing Centre

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Bernhard Gueller - Symphony New Brunswick

SNB begins a new season with a performance featuring pianist Janina Fialkowska and guest conductor Bernhard Gueller of Symphony Nova Scotia

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Dan Noel - New mortgage rules

Our personal Finance watcher takes a closer look to the new rules for getting mortgages in Canada

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Howard Sapers - Coroner's inquest

The Correctional Investigator of Canada talks about the inquest into the death of Glen Wareham who died in custody at the Shepody Healing Centre in Dorchester in 2010

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Champlain St. construction

Anick Blais, Lise Benoit and Coral Lanteigne spoke with CBC Reporter Suzanne Lapointe about how ongoing roadwork is affecting business

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Paddy Quinn - MNB Awards

Local organizer Paddy Quinn shares highlights from the Music New Brunswick Awards Thursday night in Miramichi

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Bobbi-Jean MacKinnon - Oland book

CBC's Bobbi-Jean MacKinnon talks about her new book Shadow of Doubt: The Trial of Dennis Oland

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Vett Lloyd - Lyme disease

The Mount Allison University biologist says we need to pay attention to ticks and Lyme disease in NB

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Robert Lyon - Art Across the Marsh

Robert Lyon is founder of the annual Art Across the Marsh festival in Sackville

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Now showing ... Tanya Tagaq

Capitol Theatre managing director Kim Rayworth talks about Nunavut throat singer Tanya Tagaq

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Charles MacDougall - Cycling safety

The Moncton bicycle commuter talks about the perils of bicycling in Moncton

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Robert Jones - Heat pumps

The CBC's Robert Jones explains what happened to the province's promotion to help consumers buy high efficiency ductless heat pumps

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Dr Richard Dubocq - Lyme disease

Hear from a family physician from Maine who is treating dozens of patients from New Brunswick in our series A Matter of Lyme

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Anne Bertrand - NB Liquor

New Brunswick's access to information commissioner fires back at NB Liquor for attempting to "muzzle her"

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Dr Nicholas Anhorn - Lyme disease

The Moncton naturopath talks about his approach to treat patients affected with Lyme disease in our series A Matter of Lyme

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School days

Our Information Morning panel: Josephine Watson, Ben Champoux and Chris MacDonald

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Natasha Joy Snowden - Lyme disease

The story of one woman's struggle for medical help in part one of our series, A Matter of Lyme

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Tech Trek

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Police overreaction?

CBC reporter Shane Fowler with the story of a Fredericton man who says police pulled him out of his car with guns drawn because they thought he was suicidal

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Three bag garbage system

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Kevin Silliker - land swap

Moncton's director of economic development explains why the city is trading a downtown parking lot for the land in front of Castle Manor

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Maurice Henri - Photo Moncton International

One of the organizers of Photo Moncton International talks about the annual conference

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Jarrid Brooks - Clown concerns

The Moncton cosplayer worries that when he wears his Pennywise costume to Hal-Con next month, he may be in danger

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Greg Marquis - Oland book

The UNBSJ professor talks about his new book "Truth and Honour: The Death of Richard Oland and the Trial of Dennis Oland"

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Alicia Duffy - Walk a Mile

Moncton's YWCA communications and resource manager explains how the funding from this year's Walk a Mile in Her Shoes event will be used to teach young people about healthy relationships

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Kim Rayworth - "Now showing"

The managing director of the Capitol Theatre talks of Sloan

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Charles Foster - Golden age of Hollywood

The former Hollywood writer and publicist is looking for a library or theatre that would take his trove of memorabilia and books from the Golden Age of Hollywood

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Dale Briggs - Soccer Canada's U-14 National Championships

The chair of the local organizing committee talks about the event

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Min. Victor Boudreau - Surgery wait time in Moncton

The health minister explains what is being done to help with the situation

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Bob Cole - "Now I'm Catching On: My Life On and Off the Air"

The play-by-play announcer for Hockey Night in Canada explains what still keeps him "in the game" at 82

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Michel Doucet - Training marijuana growers

CCNB's executive director of contract training and customized learning explains the program being planned for 2017

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Lois Corbett - Walmart charging for plastic bags

The executive director of the Conservation Council of New Brunswick reacts to Walmart's decision

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Waiting for orthopaedic surgery

Vivian LeBlanc of Moncton and Dr. Michael Forsythe, an orthopaedic surgeon in Moncton are calling on the province to step in and reduce the waiting list for knee and hip replacement surgery

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Gemey Kelly - Alex Colville's studio

The director and curator at Mount Allison University's Owens Art Gallery talks about recreating Alex Colville's studio

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Kelly Lamrock - French immersion in New Brunswick

The former education minister in the Liberal government of Shawn Graham talks about early immersion

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Moncton city council

CBC reporter Tori Weldon brings us an update from the October 3 public session

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Mr.D - Is your child is starting to struggle at school?

Armand Doucet is a teacher at Riverview High and Information Morning's education columnist

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Joseph Boyden - award-winning Anishnaabe novelist

The author of Three Day Road and The Orenda talks about the importance of Indigenous education

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Rick Mercer - American election

Rick Mercer, host of The Rick Mercer Report, talks about the US presidential election

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John Robertson - Etiquette at Thanksgiving

John Robertson is a certified protocol and etiquette consultant and a professionally trained English butler

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Dave Rogers - Pitbulls

Dave Roger, executive director of the Greater Moncton SPCA, is against the Montreal pitbull ban

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Min. Brian Kenny - French immersion plan

Education Minister Brian Kenny talks about the return to early immersion

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Clément Arsenault -Tree of Hope campaign

Clément Arsenault is Chief Physicist of the Dr Leon Richard Oncology Centre

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James Upham - human hockey puck inventor

The CBC's Vanessa Blanch talks to James Upham of Resurgo Place about his human hockey puck hoverboard for the Moncton Wildcats

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Kirstin Shortt - mayor of Alma

People in the village of Alma are frustrated with never-ending boil water order

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Arturo Contreras - CEO of ARS Canada

ARS Canada plans to produce thousands of rail cars in Moncton

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Chuck Abatte - scrabble competitor

The veterinarian from Rothesay competes in Shediac's first Atlantic International Scrabble Tournament

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Dennis Pilon - electoral reform

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Shediac's Naomi Ruth Centre hopes to expand

Francine Laforest Allain runs the Naomi Ruth Centre in Shediac and Margaret Whalen has recently moved in to Naomi Ruth Centre after decades on the street

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Trial of the former Esgenoôpetitj First Nation chief

CBC's Bridget Yard tells us what instructions the judge gave the jury at the trial of Wilbur Dedam

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MLA David Coon - More powers for the information commissioner

Green Party leader David Coon is calling on the government to give the information commissioner more powers

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Springer family's plea for missing daughter

Jami Springer's mother, Gillian Fletcher, and the Codiac Regional RCMP held a joint news conference outside the RCMP detachment in Moncton

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Nausika Breau - Apple Art Gallery

Nausika Breau talks about her new gallery in Moncton

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Stephane Demers - Second chance

Stephane Demers lives in Moncton. He ran the 5 K at the Montreal Marathon last weekend - one year after he collapsed while running a half marathon there

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NB Bilingualism

Our Information Morning panel: Josephine Watson, Ben Champoux and Chris MacDonald

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Moncton water- Fluoride moratorium expiring

Dr Suzanne Drapeau-McNally is the vice-president of the New Brunswick Dental Association

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Right to Information Act - NB Liquor

Jacques Poitras is CBC's provincial affairs reporter

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Darcy Cormier - Housing the homeless

Darcy Cormier is the Community Development Coordinator for the Greater Moncton Homelessness Steering Committee

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Tony Merzetti - Film Screenings

Tony Merzetti is the executive director of the New Brunswick Filmmakers Cooperative

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Hubert Lacroix - Changing the public broadcaster

Hubert Lacroix is president and CEO of CBC/Radio-Canada

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Mr. D - The impact of technology

Armand Doucet, aka Mr.D is a teacher at Riverview High and Information Morning's education columnist

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Urban Farming

Jeremie Caron and Sarah Hicken live in the north end of Moncton where they have a pretty fantastic city garden

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John Hudak - US debate

Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump will face off tonight in a highly anticipated televised debate. John Hudak, an expert in presidential campaigns, gauges the historic importance of this debate.

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Dan Noel - investment fees

The "Client Relationship Model, Phase 2," or CRM2 is an important regulation for investors. Dan Noel explains why.

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Cst. Patrick Small - distracted driving

Distracted driving is a serious issue that affects us all - drivers and pedestrians alike. Fredericton Police Cst. Patrick Small thinks we need to do more to discourage this dangerous habit.

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Pat O’Brien - Legs for Literacy

Legs for Literacy runners will soon be lining up at the starting line in downtown Moncton. Pat O'Brien shares some tips and his experience as a seasoned marathon runner and coach.

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Moncton Wildcats - Season start

Darren Rumble is head coach of the Moncton Wildcats

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Charles Burrell - Tent city

Charles Burrell runs the Humanity Project in Moncton

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Dorchester prisoner death

RCMP have re-opened the investigation

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Alex Delorey - Astronaut candidate

Riverview native Alex Delorey is a mechanical engineer and candidate to be an astronaut

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Peter Velasco - Talking to Americans

Peter Velasco is Consular Chief for the U.S. Consulate General in Halifax

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Tree of Hope co-chairs

Actor Robert Maillet and singer-songwriter Denis Richard are the co-chairs of this year's Tree of Hope campaign

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Roger Gagnon- Tent City

Roger Gagnon lives in one of Moncton's "tent cities"

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Robert Gallant - St George St. prostitution

Robert Gallant is the co-ordinator for the City of Moncton's Public Safety Advisory Committee

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Maika Branch - The Sisters of Serenah

13-year-old Maika Branch is back to talk about her second novel, The Sisters of Serenah

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Paul Blanchard - Pharmacists' Association

New Brunswick Pharmacists' Association reaction to the new prescription drug monitoring program

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Issa Seck - Anti-bully camp

Issa Seck is a fitness instructor and gym owner who's starting an anti-bully camp in Moncton

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Sheryl Gordon - A Rewording Life

Sheryl Gordon's book to honour her mother and to help others affected by dementia

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Andre Doiron - Journey from drug addiction to recovery

35-year-old Andrew Doiron shares his story of battling addiction

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Peter MacDonald - Big Brothers Big Sisters funding

Big Brothers Big Sisters looks to Moncton city council for financial help

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Min. Victor Boudreau - Prescription drug monitoring

New Brunswick to roll out a prescription drug monitoring program by the end of 2016, more than a decade after the program was promised

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The Butler is in

Can you can get all A's but still flunk life? Etiquette expert John Robertson

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Prescription problem

In our ongoing series on narcotics abuse, Dr Don Lalonde talks about how he's trying to change the way narcotics are prescribed

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Silent killer

Randall Pirie, a chaplain at Harvest House Atlantic, sees first hand the harm caused by fentanyl abuse.

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Music from centuries past

Linda Pearse is the artistic director of the Festival of Early Music in Sackville

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Feeding families, changing Lives

The Peter McKee Community Food Centre officially opens in Moncton

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Sex abuse trial of Wilbur Dedam

The sex abuse trial of the former chief of the Esgenoôpetitj First Nation is underway in Miramichi. * some of the testimony may be disturbing to some listeners

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Comfortably numb

Dr Tom Evans blames big pharmacies and overprescription of narcotics for the Fentanyl crisis

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Staying put

We hear from a family from Syria that moved to Moncton last winter and intends to stay

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''Stripped''

Going to the dark side with Moncton indie filmmaker Colleen Furlotte

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New Brunswick Refugee Clinic

Lawyer and human rights advocate Lee Cohen will open a new clinic in Moncton this fall for people seeking refugee status in New Brunswick

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Full house

Chase the Ace is turning into a huge drawing card for the town of Dalhousie

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CBC Investigates drug overdoses

Michael Parkinson of the with the Waterloo Region Crime Prevention Council says Maritime provinces should track and publish overdose data

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Who's staying, and who's leaving?

Mike Timani, president of the New Brunswick Multicultural Council talks about why some Syrian refugee families are choosing to leave New Brunswick, and why others are choosing to stay.

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If you build it, will they come?

Economist Finn Poschmann weighs in on affordable housing

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Making a splash in Rio

We check in with Danielle Dorris, the youngest ever Paraswimmer at the Games in Rio

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For the Birds

A student art exhibition celebrates 100 years of protecting migratory birds

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Fentanyl threat

CBC reporter Angela MacIvor fills us in on the powerful street drug killing Maritimers

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Helping kids in tanzania

Stan Barriault is a child sponsorship advocate for World Vision and he's off to Tanzania to check on some of the work Canadians are funding there through the charity.

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Moncton traffic detours affecting business

Business owners like Remi Vienneau LeClair, manager of The Comic Hunter, are concerned about how construction and traffic detours will affect local commerce.

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Bonnie's stand

A young woman from Quispamsis, whose privacy was invaded by her own father, has a message for other victims of voyeurism: "It's not your fault."

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Mr. D’s class of the future

Each week, Mr. D (Armand Doucet), shares insights about learning and education. This week: Integrating technology in the classroom.

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NB’s fight against obesity

New Brunswick is near the top of the list of high obesity rates, but Anthony Knight, CEO of the New Brunswick Medical Society, says they want to transform it into one of the healthiest provinces in Canada.

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Workplace Specialist

Pierre Battah shares productivity tips for the September 'new year'

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New Brunswick murder mystery

Award winning author and forensic anthropologist Debra Komar tells us about her latest novel.

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Oliver!

The Capitol Theatre announces its next professional production.

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SEED program getting poor reviews

Confusion surrounded student summer job creation in New Brunswick.

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Pat’s new music

Pat Parise is the owner of Spin It Records and Video in Moncton. Every Friday he joins us to talk about new music releases.

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C-51 consultations

Jonna discusses national security and Bill C-51 with Kent Roach, a law professor at the University of Toronto.

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Danielle Dorris at the Paralympics

Swim coach Jacques Levesque talks about 13-year-old Danielle Dorris, who’s making a splash as the youngest Canadian Paralympic swimmer ever.

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Urban village in Moncton

Vaughn MacLellan talks about the plans to develop the former CN lands into an “urban village” in Moncton.

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Betty Bevans’ fitness challenge

Betty Bevans talks about her 400-pound weight-loss journey and the 7th annual “Betty Bevans Tri Community Get Healthy Challenge” running from September 19 to October 17.

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Robert Maillet Live!

Former wrestler and Hollywood actor Robert Maillet tells us about a new step he is taking in his acting career… live theatre in Bouchtouche!

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Mysterious Barricades

A special cross-Canada series of concerts will be held Saturday to mark World Suicide Prevention Day. Sally Dibblee is organizing and performing in Saturday's concert in Sackville. For more information, visit mysteriousbarricades.org

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Skinny basic cable under scrutiny

Journalist and blogger Steve Faguy is covering the CRTC hearings looking into concerns about "skinny” basic cable packages.

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NB’s economic plan

As an economist at l'Université de Moncton, Pierre Marcel Desjardin shares his thoughts on the New Brunswick Government’s economic plan.

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Return of Moncton’s Olympian

After an impressive 16th position finish at the 2016 Olympics in Rio, Geneviève Lalonde stops by our Moncton studio to tell us about this amazing experience and her future plans.

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Moncton council

Tori Weldon delivers the highlights of last night’s city council meeting in Moncton.

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Mr. D’s tips

Each week, Mr. D (Armand Doucet), shares insights about learning and education. This week: getting students from summer break back into school routines.

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Prison farms

Jeff Peters is one of the advocates fighting to bring back prison farms.

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FM Berlin

Corey Hachey of the band FM Berlin joins us to talk about our new show theme, a new album, and the story behind the band’s name.

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Youth and education

We talk with Paul Toner about what we are currently doing and what more we can do to invest in and support our youth.

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Healthy breakfast tips

Katie Gillingham offers a few quick and healthy options to help us feed our growing students in the morning before they run off the school.

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Go Wild hiking

The town of Riverview will host an all-female information session to encourage people to get out hiking our local trails. Alyssa Martin shares some hiking tips.

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