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NB: Information Morning (Moncton)


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.

Updated: Weekdays
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Visit Show Site: http://www.cbc.ca/informationmorningmoncton/


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The weird and wonderful world of dolphins

Are dolphins intelligent, playful creatures or are they wild, sexually aggressive ocean mammals?

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The GDP and you

Why should you care about the GDP and a recession?

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The Art of Personal Branding

UTI takes marketing lessons from big brands and applies them to you.

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Season finale: political panel

How relevant are politics to indigenous youth in 2015?

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Balancing the books

Former MPs Dennis Cochrane, Brian Murphy and Yvon Godin talk about how the economy may influence voters during the federal election.

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Language team up

Two language training programs in Moncton get together under one roof. We speak with coordinator Jesse Kerpan.

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Ready for kickoff

Mount Allison's director of athletics talks about the $1.5 million upgrade to the school's MacAulay Field.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:08:18]

Brazen Attack

Stephanie Sweeney was assaulted by a man with a crowbar on her way to work Wednesday morning.

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Cross-border shopping

Steve Vasseur of Keatings Tobacco talks about Nova Scotians crossing the border to buy flavoured tobacco in New Brunswick.

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Teachers facing cuts

Guy Arsenault, president of the New Brunswick Teachers Association on what teachers are feeling heading back to class.

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Sweet guitar pickups

Moncton's Nathan Sanford has turned his hobby of making custom electric guitar pickups into a business.

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Transgender challenges

Moncton's River of Pride is spotlighting challenges for the transgender community this year. We speak with two organizers.

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Cancer Survivor's Art

Moncton artist Mathieu Francoeur is again sharing his cancer journey with the public. His exhibition 'Remission' recently opened at the Aberdeen Centre.

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Moncton's political panel

Former MPs Dennis Cochrane, Brian Murphy and Yvon Godin weigh in on how the federal election is going.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:16:04]

Higher education tips

Two university students share their advice for students leaving home for the first time.

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Downtown centre questions

Isabelle LeBlanc of the City of Moncton answers questions about the new downtown entertainment centre

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[mp3 file: runs 00:08:28]

Lost luggage

Moncton performer stuck in France, with no clothes

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Rolling for lobster

Instead of Burger week, Moncton restaurants are doing La fete du Lobster Roll in September. Jacques Allain explains.

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Rockport ghost story

Two Toronto artists are inspired by a small New Brunswick town to create multimedia project "The Water Thief".

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Waiting for sun

Jonna speaks with 2 area farmers about the effect the cool, rainy weather is having on their business.

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Remembering a referee

Carole LeBlanc has written a book about her late father, AHL referee Romeo LeBlanc.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:08:16]

Cape Tormentine eysores

Reporter Denis Calnan speaks with two people from Cape Tormentine upset about abandoned buildings in their town.

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Canada's Irish ambassador

Miramichi's Kevin Vickers speaks about his new job as ambassador to Ireland, and his continuing connection to New Brunswick.

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Expert brewers

Several well-known Maritime breweries are being started by engineers.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:06:41]

Railway shootout

The NB Railway Museum is saving four old train cars by letting people people play paintball in and around them.

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Higher education and higher debt

Reaction is less than stellar regarding an online map the illustrates the average debt of New Brunswick students.

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A safe shore

The Nature Conservancy of Canada has purchased land at Johnson's Mills to protect migratory shore birds.

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Chasing a dream

From the Pan Am Games to the 2016 Olympics, steeplechaser Geneviève Lalonde has big ambitions.

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Bouctouche Farmers Market fire

Vendor Micheline Girouard gives a moving testimony.

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Heavyweight help

Actor and former wrestler Robert Maillet joins Tree of Hope campaign.

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Off the beaten path

Outdoor columnist Calixte LeBlanc takes us on an adventure through Walton Glen Gorge.

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Giant Hogweed

Botanist Sean Blaney talks about the much-maligned plant.

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Dealing with the stigma of depression

Mandy Basserman talks openly about her brother's suicide in the hopes of helping others who are struggling with mental illness.

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Protecting Beaubears Island

Parks Canada is enforcing a strict no camping policy on the Beaubears Island National Historic Site.

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Exploring St. Martins

Outdoor adventure columnist Calixte LeBlanc checks out the sea caves of St. Martins

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Cape Maringouin

Calixte LeBlanc directs us to one of the forgotten corners of NB.

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Ready For Oil

The mayor of Belledune, Ron Bourque addresses concerns about a new oil terminal in his community.

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After The Fire

A community rallies to support Matt Ward, who narrowly escaped a fire on Thursday.

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Big Cat exhibit opens at Moncton zoo

The Magnetic Hill Zoo will unveil its new exhibit for two tigers and a leopard on Saturday.

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Summer budget

Personal finance watcher, Dan Noel, says it's important to keep a budget during the summer months when carefree living means carefree spending.

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Brazil fans

Brazilians Marlyse, Paulo and Maria Loureira were thrilled to watch Team Brazil play at the FIFA Women's World Cup in their new home, Moncton.

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CBC Alumni

Former CBC personalities Lori Joudrey, Walt Forsey, Brent Taylor and Michael R. LeBlanc share their memories from Studio A on the last day before CBC Moncton moves to a new location.

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FIFA game night

FIFA Venue General Manager, Stephan Delisle, has tips for soccer fans heading to tonight's match between Brazil and Costa Rica.

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Summer learning

"Learning Outside the Box" columnist, Rebecca Bulmer, says summer learning is key to a student's success in September but parents can take a more relaxed approach.

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Marta mania

Brazilian soccer superstar Marta Vieira da Silva is playing in Moncton tonight and former FIFA player, Helen Stoumbos, says fans are in for a treat to watch her in action.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:07:21]

Downtown centre debacle

Finger pointing continues between the province and the federal government over funding for the proposed downtown centre. As the final deadline approaches MLA Victor Boudreau and MP Robert Goguen blame each other for holding back the money.

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Sold out soccer

Venue general manager, Stephane Delisle, says transportation to the weekend's Women's World Cup doubleheader went smoothly and 13,000 FIFA fans took in some of the best soccer they've seen.

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Bricklin turns 40

Resurgo Place in Moncton is celebrating the birthday of the sports car that was manufactured in New Brunswick this Saturday. One of the few remaining Bricklin cars will be there.

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Financial literacy

Our personal finance columnist Dan Noel talks about a national strategy to improve the financial literacy of Canadians and shares tips on where we should start.

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FIFA boost for business

Cab drivers, restaurants and retailers are all enjoying the financial boost the FIFA Women's World Cup is bringing to the city. Reporter Marc Genuist brings us that story.

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Role models for struggling students

"Learning Outside the Box" columnist, Rebecca Bulmer, says children with learning disabilities are encouraged by stories of celebrities who have also struggled with learning.

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Transportation troubles

FIFA fan, Darren Blois, was frustrated by the long line up to get into the Women's World Cup games in Moncton but the first two games didn't disappoint despite the delays.

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FIFA fans subdued

Globe and Mail columnist, John Doyle, says women's soccer is an exciting sport and he hopes people in Moncton find more enthusiasm for the FIFA Women's World Cup games.

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Affordable tutoring

Amanda Pooley started an affordable tutoring program for families in Moncton whose children need the extra help but they can't afford the average hourly rate.

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FIFA survival information

Stephane Delisle, Venue General Manager for the FIFA Women's World Cup, has all of the do's and don'ts for fans going to the matches today in Moncton.

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FIFA fans

Team England supporter, Rex Baldwin and Team France fan, Thomas Raffy go head to head before this afternoon's match between the two teams.

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Sports tourism lucrative for cities

Grant MacDonald says sports tourism is a growing industry and Moncton has been a leader for more than a decade.

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Inspiring travellers

Julie Landry and her husband Benoit Ferradini say travelling with your family is a fantastic way to see the world after touring fifteen countries in ten months with their two children.

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FIFA fever

President of Soccer Dieppe, Taha Maroos, says FIFA fever is high among local players as they prepare to meet team Mexico at the airport.

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Wandering wood turtle

Pam Novak from the Atlantic Wildlife Institute says the homing instinct is so strong in a lost endangered wood turtle that it will wander for as long as it needs to find its home again.

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A community moves forward

St. Andrew's Presbyterian minister, Martin Kreplin, is still helping people in the neighborhood where three RCMP officers died a year after the tragedy.

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Angela Gevaudan's road to forgiveness

Angela Gevaudan, wife of slain RCMP officer Fabrice Gevaudan, talks to the CBC's Stephen Puddicombe about her road to recovery and forgiveness in the year since her husband's death.

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3 km for 3 Fathers

Organizers of the 3 km for 3 Fathers event, RCMP Constable Christy Elliott and Armand Doucet, say the annual event is a legacy to the the three fallen RCMP officers that will continue in the community for years to come.

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Moncton firefighter reflects

Moncton firefighter, Captain Ron McFadden, explains what it was like to be called to help one of the fallen RCMP officers last year.

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Learning success stories

"Learning Outside the Box" columnist, Rebecca Bulmer, says the recipe for helping students with learning disabilities can be complicated but when the ingredients are right, kids succeed in the classroom.

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One year anniversary of RCMP shootings

Mayor George LeBlanc says Moncton will be forever marked by the events of June 4, 2014 but there are signs of a community healing.

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