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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.

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How Harvey Weinstein weaponized the media

Washington Post media columnist Margaret Sullivan says Harvey Weinstein used the media as "a bludgeon" to intimidate, humiliate and silence his accusers.

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Letting go of books

Broadcaster Candy Palmater speaks on the freedom that comes with letting go of books.

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[mp3 file: runs00:51:53]

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Bill Murray

The actor and cellist Jan Vogler open up on the chance encounter that led to their new musical collaboration.

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'Concussions affect a life'

Former NHL goaltender Ken Dryden wants hockey rules changed to save players' lives.

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Karin Aurell - Ventus Machina

Karin Aurell, flautist with the Dieppe-based woodwind quintet Ventus Machina talks about their upcoming series of concerts in New Brunswick from Oct. 22 to Nov.5

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Lauren Beck - Pre-Confederation Map Exhibition

Lauren Beck, associate professor of Hispanic Studies at Mount Allison University is one of the organizers of the Pre-Confederation Map Exhibition opening tonight at Mount Allison University at 7 o'clock.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:08:06]


Dr. Richard Louis - High school football head injuries

Dr. Richard Louis, injury prevention coordinator for the NB Trauma Program talks about the risks associated with contact sports such as high school football.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:15:49]


Angela Williams - University and College Fair

Angela Williams, education support teacher with the Anglophone East School District says the university and college fair takes place at the Moncton Coliseum Oct 17 and 18.

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Al Cameron - Curling Canada

Al Cameron, director of communications and media relations for Curling Canada says Moncton could still be in the running for the 2020 Brier.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:06:25]


Dr. Charbel Fawaz - New OR technology

Dr. Charbel Fawaz, chief of neurosurgery at the Moncton Hospital talks about new digital technology for the operating room at the Moncton Hospital called the "O-arm".

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[mp3 file: runs 00:09:23]


Cal Maskery - Moncton's Harvest House

Cal Maskery, founder and executive director of Harvest House is asking Moncton council for support to expand its transitional housing program.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:07:14]


Sears retirees

CBC's Matthew Bingley speaks with Paul LeGood of Moncton whose 100-year-old mother Lisa Okill is a Sears retiree.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:08:18]


Buff Slaney - Art auction

Buff Slaney, owner of the Starving Artist Gallery says Antoine Gallant's art collection will be sold off during a gala and public sale, with the proceeds going towards an annual bursary for a local student pursuing post-secondary art education.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:07:18]


Gina Starblanket - MMIWG inquiry

Gina Starblanket, lecturer in the Faculty of Native Studies and Women and Gender Studies at the University of Manitoba talks about the Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls inquiry beginning today in Winnipeg.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:08:20]


Wapikoni - Geronimo Inutiq

Geronimo Inutiq is a facilitator/projectionist with Wapikoni Cinema on Wheels, a project inspiring young Indiginous youth to share their stories through film.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:11:48]


Tom Critchlow - Codiac RCMP

Superintendent Tom Critchlow becomes the new Officer in Command of Codiac Regional RCMP November 6.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:06:26]


Ian Culbert - Public health restructuring

The executive director of the Canadian Public Health Association says restructuring the office of the chief medical officer of health in New Brunswick is a mistake.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:07:57]


Jacques Robichaud - Moncton loses Brier bid

Jacques Robichaud chair of the Briar Bid Committee in Moncton says the city will not be hosting the 2019 Brier.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:05:41]


ATVs in Sackville

Sackville's town council supports a request to allow ATVs on select municipal streets. The request will be reviewed by two provincial government departments.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:09:54]


Rats in Moncton

The city has met with a pest control company to learn more about the issue. Dale Hatchard is with Rentokil Steritech pest control, the company involved.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:14:15]


Searching for Abegweit

Lennie Gallant returns to Moncton's Capitol Theatre October 21st with a musical love letter to PEI.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:06:14]


Dr Raj Bhardwaj - Flu season

Canadians across the country are rolling up their sleeves for the annual flu shot. CBC house doctor Raj Bhardwaj has been taking a closer look at this year's flu season.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:07:45]


Jim Danahy - Sears Canada

Sears announces plans to closure stories across the country. We'll take a deeper look at what happened with a retail analyst.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:08:51]


Martin Perreault - Oh, rats!

Martin Perreault lives on Evergreen Drive and says the rodents are driving his dogs "ballistic".

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[mp3 file: runs 00:07:55]


Dr Brian Goldman in Moncton

Dr Brian Goldman emergency physician in Toronto and host of CBC Radio's White Coat, Black Art. Brings Canadians a unique perspective on what it's like to be a front line health care worker in this country: the good, the heartbreaking and the frightening.

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James Upham - The Battle of Fort Folly Point

An event that could have meant we're Americans, not Canadians.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:13:32]


Paddy Quinn - Remembering Lloyd Cameron

Paddy Quinn was a close friend of former teacher Lloyd Cameron. Cameron's funeral will be held today at St. Andrews United Church in Miramichi at 2 pm.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:09:21]


Donald Savoie - Energy East pipeline

Donald Savoie holds the Canada Research Chair in public administration and governance at l'Université de Moncton.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:09:02]


International students

More than 360 new students from more than 100 different countries have registered in Moncton, Riverview and Dieppe schools this fall. The CBC's Vanessa Blanch looks into this influx of new students - enough to fill an entire new school.

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Pierre Battah - Annoying your coworkers

Our workplace columnist Pierre Battah says annoying your coworkers can be a good thing.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:10:33]


Elizabeth Cawley - Student mental health

Elizabeth Cawley is the new regional student mental health coordinator for the Association of Atlantic Universities.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:07:45]


Johnson's Mills on The Nature of Things

Paula Noel, Nature Conservancy of Canada's program director in New Brunswick says the semipalmated sandpipers get a starring role on national television. They'll be featured on the Nature of Things on Sunday night.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:10:06]


Tonya Wimmer - Necropsy results

Tonya Wimmer, director for the Marine Animal Response Society says the necropsy results for seven North Atlantic Right Whales found dead in the Gulf of St. Lawrence this summer aren't surprising for researchers.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:10:34]


Lois Corbett - Energy East pipeline

Lois Corbett, executive director of the Conservation Council of New Brunswick reacts to the cancellation of the Energy East pipeline project.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:08:18]


Dave Small - Ray of Hope chair in Las Vegas

Dave Small, chair of the board of the Ray of Hope kitchen talks about their annual fundraiser and he also reflects on being in Las Vegas the night of the mass shooting.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:08:52]


Kris Kierstead - Asbestos at NBCC Moncton

Kris Kierstead, director of capital and infrastructure planning at NBCC says they are waiting for air quality test results following the discovery of asbestos and lead paint in the older part of the building.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:07:54]


Lawren Campbell - Mystery graveyard

Lawren Campbell, heritage and culture co-ordinator for Resurgo Place says they are trying to solve the puzzle of who is buried in the historic graveyard outside the Resurgo Place Museum in Moncton.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:06:12]


Amy Tucket-McGimpsey - GoodFatCare.com

Amy Tuckett-McGimpsey is one of the co-founders of GoodFatCare.com. She says patients should feel comfortable seeking healthcare regardless of their shape or size.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:07:13]


Bill Lawlor - Red Cross volunteers

Bill Lawlor, director for the Red Cross in New Brunswick says they have to more than double the number of volunteers in this province.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:08:16]


Kim Rayworth - Now Showing

Kim Rayworth, managing director of the Capitol Theatre talks about Dieppe's rising star Travis Cormier who will perform at the Capitol Theatre on October 20.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:05:28]


The Tour of Elgin

Moranda Van Geest, president of Elgin Eco Association and Andrew Fry, Fundy Park's visitor experience manager talk about Elgin's communal event that raises funds for the Elgin Eco Association.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:11:29]


Dr. Raj Bhardwaj - Breast cancer & exercise

CBC House Doctor Raj Bhardwaj tells us what role can exercise play in improving cognition among breast cancer survivors.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:07:26]


Karissa Donkin - AED's

A CBC investigation looks into how defibrillators are registered in NB

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[mp3 file: runs 00:08:55]


Gary Gaskin - Halifax Explosion

Gary Gaskin of Riverview tells his family story connected to the Halifax Explosion.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:07:15]


Auditor General Kim MacPherson - Atcon scandal

Auditor General Kim MacPherson talks about the findings of her second audit of Atcon.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:10:08]


Dr. Brian Goldman coming to Moncton

Bev Ring and Lois Scott are organizing the Katherine Wright lecture in Moncton October 11, featuring Dr. Brian Goldman, host of CBC Radio's White Coat, Black Art.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:10:14]


Southeast Eco360 - Enviromental Awards

Southeast Eco 360'S waste diversion coordinator Gena Alderson and communications officer Elyse Hamel join Jonna to talk about the first ever environmental awards.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:09:12]


Michelle Basque - "Trans-Action"

Michelle Basque, guidance councillor on the child and youth team in Bathurst says a new support group for transgender students in Bathurst meets tonight for the first time.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:10:25]


Siwar Jneid - Syrian refugee starts mobile hair salon

Less than two years since he arrived in Canada, Siwar Jneid has learned English and has opened his own mobile hair salon.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:06:17]


Jenna Cann - Wharf Village

David Booth and Jenna Cann are the new owners of Magnetic Hill's Wharf Village.

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David Fowlie - Public AEDs

David Fowlie of Halifax is on a mission to make public defibrillators in the Maritimes more accessible.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:06:10]


Susan Edgett - Legs for Literacy

Race director Susan Edgett talks about this year's event taking place in Moncton on Oct. 21-22. To join Team CBC, go to our website: cbc.ca/nb and look for the link.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:08:41]


Dan Noël - Renegotiating a mortgage

Top 5 Tips on how to renegotiate your mortgage from Information Morning's personal finance watcher Dan Noël.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:07:16]


The Stars - Girls hockey

Grace and Julie Dwyer, Lauren Hale, and Hannah Wilson play hockey in the Southeast Female Hockey Association. They joined Vanessa along with Hannah's dad Eric Wilson, assistant coach for the Stars team to talk about the sport they love.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:14:08]


Gilles Levasseur - RCMP guilty verdict

Gilles Levasseur, law professor at the University of Ottawa talks about the precedent-setting decision and what it means for the force.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:13:40]


Tracadie city council shake-up

CBC reporter Jacques Poitras looks into the shake-up that is happening at the Tracadie city council since new Mayor Denis Losier took office.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:06:27]


Krysta Cowling - Bike thefts in Moncton

Moncton cyclist Brian Branch talks about the app he has developed to track stolen bikes and Krysta Cowling, executive director of La Bikery Cooperative, talks about what happened when someone stole her bike.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:11:21]


New federal NDP leader

Jonathan Malloy, Chair of the Department of Political Science at Carleton University has some analysis on what propelled Jagmeet Singh to victory -- and what it means for his party.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:07:13]


Ed Czerwinski - Fall foliage

Ed Czerwinski, leader of the faculty of forestry and environmental management at UNB says drought and a fungal leaf disease are causing many trees to shed brown or spotted withered leaves.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:08:30]


No transfer for Gregory Despres

A review board decided Thursday that killer Gregory Despres must remain in Dorchester Penitentiary for at least another year. Mary Kennedy-Fulton is the victim's daughter-in-law and lawyer Rebecca Butler represented Despres.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:05:36]


Brian Sauvé - RCMP labour code trial

Brian Sauvé, co-chair of the National Police Federation explains what members of the federation are hoping for today.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:09:59]


Jason Lawson - Moose draw

After more than 20 years of not getting drawn for a moose hunting license, Jason Lawson has a few suggestions to help improve everybody's chances.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:04:08]


Transgender student bullied

Transgender student Noémie LeBlanc and her mother Jolyn LeBlanc talk about the bullying Noémie has been going through at Mathieu Martin High School in Dieppe. Monique Boudreau, general manager of the Francophone school district responds.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:18:03]


Fred LaForge - The Farmers' Truck

The mobile farmers' market will launch a new online store and delivery service next month. Jonna speaks with co-founder and CEO Fred LaForge.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:10:06]


YMCA Alternative Suspension

Zane Korytko, CEO of the Greater Moncton YMCA and Jamie MacLellan, Director of the YMCA's education youth leadership and global initiatives talk about the new funding they are receiving to go towards their Alternative Suspension program.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:09:36]


Cecile Cassista - Testing senior drivers

Seniors' advocate Cecile Cassista says doctors should be the ones deciding if seniors are still capable of driving.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:09:15]


Phoenix debate

Ottawa Sun columnist Rick Gibbons says putting the federal pay centre in Miramichi was a mistake. Miramichi Mayor Adam Lordon disagrees.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:16:18]


New Brunswick Naval Centre

CBC reporter Jacques Poitras meets the people who work there and the owners of the companies building boats.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:06:30]


Andre Roy - The Third Wheel

Moncton filmmaker André Roy talks about his latest documentary film about a local phys ed teacher who uses "reverse inclusion" with his students.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:10:36]


Kim Rayworth - Now Showing

Kim Rayworth, managing director of the Capitol Theatre talks about stand-up comedian Alexandre Barrette, who is coming to the Capitol Theatre October 14.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:04:17]


Rick Colbourne - "Playing it unsafe"

Mount Allison University alumnus Rick Colbourne will deliver a speech called "Playing it unsafe: how risk-taking leads to career success" tonight at the MTA Crabtree auditorium.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:08:06]


Dr. Raj Bhardwaj - Kidney stones

Dr. Raj Bhardwaj says there are things you can do to avoid painful kidney stones.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:07:32]


Bob Eckstein - Mental health support to students

Bob Eckstie, director of integrated service delivery for the province says the provincial government is expanding its program to provide mental health support to students.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:07:54]


Ask Resurgo Place - Halifax explosion

James Upham of Resurgo Place in Moncton says they are preparing an exhibit to feature Moncton's involvement in helping out after the Halifax explosion.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:14:40]


Canada's Chief Science Advisor named

Jeff Hutchings, biology professor at Dalhousie University reacts to the nomination of Mona Nemer as Canada's Chief Science Advisor.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:08:05]


One room school house treasures

CBC reporter Olivia Chandler speaks with Ronnie Davis, owner of an old school in Sussex and with Austin Folkins, who was educated in that school.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:07:36]


Terry Gaudet - Frichti Festival

Terry Gaudet, president of Dieppe Rotary says there will be live music, all kinds of food trucks, local and international beers, ciders and wines this Friday and Saturday at Place 1604 in Dieppe.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:08:58]


Société Nationale de l'Acadie elects new President

Jonna has a talk with Louise Imbeault, newly elected President of the SNA.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:10:27]


Stephane Thibodeau - Traffic cameras for Moncton

Stephane Thibodeau, Moncton's transportation coordinator says the city is asking the province to amend the Motor Vehicle Act to allow it.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:08:02]


Parlee Beach update

The CBC's Gabrielle Fahmy speaks with Pointe-du-Chêne resident Bill Ross about the continuing issues with Parlee Beach and with Doug Campbell, microbiology professor at MTA in Sackville who is trying to solve the mystery of contamination at the beach.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:16:44]


Energy saving programs

Amanda Marlin, Executive Director for EOS Eco-Energy in Sackville says her group is helping people in need in the Tantramar region to save energy and stay warmer this winter.

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"Deep Trouble" - Stopping entanglements

Fisheries and Oceans Minister Dominic LeBlanc says they are listening to all suggestions to help reduce whale entanglements in the gulf.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:08:15]


Dismantling NB's office of the chief medical health officer

Dr. Ak'Ingabe Guyon, public health and preventive medicine specialist says New Brunswick's decision to dismantle its chief medical health officer's office could put peoples' lives in danger.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:10:52]


Jill Van Horne - Moncton's spaghetti sauce garden

Jill Van Horne, network coordinator for Our Food Southeast New Brunswick talks about a garden for local food banks where volunteers grow everything but the meatballs.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:05:24]


Chris Richard - Recovery Day

Moncton's Chris Richard talks about his ups and downs in his recovery from alcoholism.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:15:51]


Annie LeBlanc - Bladder cancer

CBC reporter Gabrielle Fahmy speaks with Annie LeBlanc, a survivor of bladder cancer and volunteer with Bladder Cancer Canada.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:05:49]


Marie Morant - Ride for cancer

Vanessa speaks with Marie Morant, an organizer of the Distinguished Gentleman's Ride event in Moncton.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:08:05]


Dr. David Kogon - No name change for Amherst

Dr. David Kogon, Mayor of Amherst says changing the town's name is just not realistic considering how much it would cost financially to make the change.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:08:25]


Dr. Raj Bhardwaj - Migraines

Dr. Raj Bhardwaj says migraines are not just "bad headaches".

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[mp3 file: runs 00:07:41]


Tom Hebert - Organ donor

Moncton's Tom Hebert donated one of his kidneys to his friend Tom McKay September 7th at the Queen Elizabeth Health Sciences Centre in Halifax.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:07:05]


"Deep Trouble" - Whale necropsies

The CBC's Steve Bruce speaks with Dr. Laura Bourque and Dr. Pierre-Yves Daoust, both wildlife pathologists with the Atlantic Veterinary College in Charlottetown.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:07:36]


Living in a bilingual world

Jonna has a conversation with Université de Moncton anglophone students John Thomas, Sarah Chang and Lexi Forsythe, who are determined to become bilingual.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:09:41]


Serge Rousselle - Compensating municipalities

Serge Rouselle, New Brunswick's minister of local government, says they are setting aside an estimated $2.6 million to partially compensate New Brunswick municipalities following last year's property tax scandal.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:07:52]


Julia Feltham - Sackville Commons

Julia Feltham, executive director of the Sackville Commons says they have been open for about a year and will hold their first annual general meeting tonight.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:08:56]


Greg Daborn - Remembering Eldon Hay

Greg Daborn is one of the founders of Moncton's River of Pride. He says Eldon Hay was his mentor.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:10:26]


No fluoride for Moncton water

CBC reporter Tori Weldon has reactions following Moncton City Council's decision to maintain a moratorium on fluoride for the water supply. Dr.Suzanne Drapeau-McNally, vice president of the New Brunswick Dental Association does not agree with the decision

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"Deep Trouble" - The Day Joe Howlett Died

CBC's Lauren Bird has been investigating the circumstances that preceded Joe Howlett's death and brings us those details now.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:10:52]


Jason Blanch - Renaming Amherst?

Amherst town councillor Jason Blanch wants to start a discussion about the movement to rename monuments and places. Amherst was named for a British general who wanted to kill indigenous people in the 1700s by giving them blankets infected with smallpox.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:10:07]


Gregg Ingersoll - School sustainability study

Gregg Ingersoll, superintendent of the Anglophone East School District talks about a sustainability study of Hillcrest School in Moncton taking place this fall.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:11:40]


Karl Stoetereau - Roadside danger

Karl Stoetereau, instructor with Young Drivers of Canada says the side of the highway is the worst place to stop if you're having car trouble.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:07:29]


"Deep Trouble: North Atlantic Right Whale in Peril" - Rescues

CBC reporter Carolyn Ray went to Massachusetts to find out how whale rescues began.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:08:28]


Time to rename Amherst, NS?

Peter d'Errico, professor at the University of Massachusetts found a letter that shows how British General Jeffery Amherst tried to kill Indigenous peoples in the 1700s. Mi'kmaq linguist Bernie Francis talks about the idea of changing the town's name.

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Marshall Button - Casting for Mary Poppins

Marshall Button, artist in residence at the Capitol Theatre says casting for Mary Poppins Musical is underway.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:07:04]


R.A. Lautenschlager - Sackville Fall Fair

Sackville's R.A. Lautenschlager chats with Jonna about the Sackville Fall Fair happening from Sept. 14 - 17

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[mp3 file: runs 00:05:47]


Ruth Ann Swansburg - Zucchinis

Ruth Ann Swansburg, AKA Moncton Coupon Lady shares some tips on how you can use those beautiful zucchinis.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:09:17]


Friends remember Cst. Frank Deschênes

CBC reporter Tori Weldon speaks with Mike Johnson, a former RCMP officer and a colleague of Constable Francis Deschênes, along with Randy Thurber, who was a friend and a member of the same motorcycle club.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:07:24]


Becca Schofield Day

Jonna speaks with 18-year-old Becca Schofield of Riverview about the day celebrating her campaign to inspire acts of kindness. Becca Schofield Day is this Saturday, September 16.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:14:00]


Medavie, private ... but not for profit

CBC reporter Jacques Poitras looks at Medavie Blue Cross, the company taking over New Brunswick's extra-mural nursing program.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:08:24]


MP Ginette Petitpas Taylor - Tax reform

Moncton-Riverview-Dieppe MP Ginette Petitpas Taylor responds to the outcry over proposed federal tax changes for businesses.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:08:09]


Linda Pearse - Sackville Festival of Early Music

Linda Pearse, Artistic Director of the Sackville Festival of Early Music talks about the upcoming festival in Sackville from September 19 - 24.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:05:49]


Phyllis Grant - Canada 150 Ambassador

Multidisciplinary artist Phyllis Grant of Pabineau First Nation is a Canada 150 ambassador and she'll be honored tonight at an open house at the Bathurst Heritage Museum.

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Remembering Constable Francis "Frank" Deschênes

RCMP Assistant Commissioner Brian Brennan talks about Constable Francis "Frank" Deschênes and the accident that took his life on Tuesday.

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David Shipley - Equifax cybersecurity breach

David Shipley, cyber security expert and CEO of Beauceron Security Inc. says Canada should move to adopt new European regulations because Canadian regulations are not strict enough.

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Kim Rayworth - Now Showing

Kim Rayworth, managing director of the Capitol Theatre talks about a new performance series coming up at the Empress.

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Melody Land - Antiques Road Show

Melody Land, manager/curator at the Albert County Museum talks about The Antiques Roadshow fundraiser happening this Sunday from 2-4 pm at the Albert County Museum in Hopewell Cape.

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Ann Seamans - Fluoride

Riverview Mayor Ann Seamans explains why her town council wants the federal government to do a comprehensive study on water fluoridation.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:06:59]


Dr. Raj Bhardwaj - High blood pressure

Our House Doctor Raj Bhardwaj says a recent US study has found that young adults - especially young men - are less likely than older people to know if they have high blood pressure.

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Pam Goold - Side effects of Irma

Sussex florist Pam Goold says Hurricane Irma threw a wrench into her business.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:05:21]


Ask Resurgo Place - Chignecto Ship Railway

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

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[mp3 file: runs 00:12:53]


United Way campaign

United Way of Greater Moncton and Southeastern NB executive director Debbie McInnis joins Jonna in studio, along with community impact manager Kate Doyle and youth community coordinator Paul Toner.

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Joanne Duguay - Public art for downtown centre

Joanne Duguay, cultural development officer with the City of Moncton explains how you can have your say on the public art in front of the new downtown centre.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:10:03]


Tax Reform roundtable

Jonna is joined by Carol O'Reilly, CEO of the Greater Moncton Chamber of Commerce, Peter Hess, co-founder, CEO & President at KAAMP Software Innovations in Sackville, and Reint and Bethany Dykstra, dairy farmers near Salisbury.

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Jordan Press - Tax reform backlash

Jordan Press, parliamentary reporter for The Canadian Press talks about how the Liberal government is managing the backlash from its proposed tax plan.

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Mike Roy - Triathlon World Championships

Mike Roy of Moncton is competing on Sunday in the ITU Triathlon World Championships in Rotterdam, the Netherlands.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:09:12]


Jeremy Quillian - 9/11 remembrance parade

Jeremy Quillian is the organizer of this year's firefighters' parade in Moncton to mark the anniversary of 9/11.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:09:02]


David Mazerolle - Rare plants

Atlantic Canada Conservation Data Centre botanist David Mazerolle is willing to climb, crawl and walk anywhere in the province in his search for rare plant species.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:11:34]


Old MHS sports field to parking lot

The CBC's Tori Weldon visited the former Moncton High neighborhood and spoke to some people who live nearby to see what they think of the proposed parking lot.

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Brian Gallant - Energy East pipeline

The CBC's Terry Seguin speaks with Premier Brian Gallant about the news that the Energy East Pipeline application is on hold.

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Deanna Allen-Champagne - Bookstravaganza

Deanna Allen-Champagne, Executive Director of Laubach Literacy New Brunswick has all the details for this year's Bookstravaganza coming up on October 13-15.

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Concert for suicide awareness, prevention and hope

Sally Dibblee and Murielle Doucet are involved in the Beyond the Marshes concert at Mount Allison University on Sunday Sept. 10

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[mp3 file: runs 00:11:30]


Tim Borlase - Parlee beach water

Tim Borlase, president of the Red Dot Association in Shediac reacts to the fact that fewer boaters are using the free sewage pump at the Pointe-du-Chêne wharf.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:10:29]


Baseball Canada's 13U National Atlantic Championships

Mike Doucette, president of Moncton Minor Baseball, is one of the organizers of the Under 13 National Atlantic Baseball Championships happening in Moncton at the CN Sportsplex this weekend.

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Diana Newton - Frye Fest

Jonna has a chat with Diana Newton, the new executive director for the Frye Festival in Moncton.

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Monique Charron Branam - Bracing for Irma

Former New Brunswicker Monique Charron Branam lives in Fort Pierce, Florida.

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Annette Cormier - Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder

Annette Cormier, program manager with New Brunswick FASD Centre of Excellence talks the importance of raising awareness of Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:09:09]


Tom Trueman - Sunflower maze

Tom Trueman, owner of Trueman Blueberry Farms in Aulac talks with CBC reporter Tori Weldon about his amazing maze.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:05:22]


John Andrews - Hurricane Irma

Moncton businessman John Andrews is worried about his family on the island of Anguilla.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:09:03]


Petitcodiac glyphosate meeting

The CBC's Shane Fowler was in Petitcodiac for a public meeting about glyphosate spraying in the region. He spoke with Stop Spraying NB organizer Caroline Lubbe-D'Arcy and Jason Killam, Chief Forester with JDI Limited.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:06:24]


Bear sightings in Irishtown Nature Park

Dan Hicks, supervisor for Parks and Leisure Services with the City of Moncton says a few precautions are being put into place and that there's no need to panic.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:06:19]


Kim Rayworth - Capitol Theatre

Kim Rayworth, managing director of the Capitol Theatre talks about what's happening inside Moncton's Capitol Theatre this fall.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:11:24]


Fundy National Park - Swimming with salmon

Danielle Latendresse who does public relations for conservation and restoration projects with Fundy National Park explains how people will be able to swim with salmon every Saturdays in September.

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Dr. Raj Bhardwaj - Stem cell therapy

Our House Doctor Raj Bhardwaj gives us an update on stem cell therapies and why U-S regulators are cracking down.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:09:37]


Moncton city council - Rezoning former Moncton High

Bill Budd, Moncton's director of urban planning and councillor Blair Lawrence talk about what the rezoning of the property would allow.

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Hossein Barar - Healthy school lunches

Hossein Barar, owner of Dolma Foods in Moncton gives us his thoughts on the importance of nutrition and learning. Send us a photo of your child's school lunch for a chance to win five free lunches from Dolma Foods! Send your photo to infoammoncton@cbc.ca

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[mp3 file: runs 00:10:30]


Bernard Lord - Medavie extra mural

Bernard Lord, CEO of Medavie Health Services addresses concerns over the privatization of management of the extra-mural program in New Brunswick.

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Gilles Lanteigne - Chaleur Regional Hospital

Gilles Lanteigne, President and CEO of the Vitalité Health Network explains why they hired an outside investigator to look into the "poisoned work environment" at a unit in the Chaleur Regional Hospital in Bathurst

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Alex Miller - "Explore the Map"

Alex Miller, president and founder of Esri Canada talks about the new app "Explore the Map" that was developped for The Great Trail.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:07:11]


French immersion is back in Blackville

CBC reporter Catherine Harrop speaks with Blackville School Principal Rodney Buggie and teacher Rob Lehnord about the French immersion program offered for the first time in their school.

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Gilles Lanteigne -Privatization of health care.

Gilles Lanteigne, CEO of the Vitalité Health Network says you should be concerned about the privatization of the management of its extra mural program and Telecare.

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Gregg Ingersoll - School bus eligibility

Gregg Ingersoll, Superintendent at Anglophone East School District clears up the confusion over school bus eligibility.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:08:32]


Closure of Moncton Community Residences Inc.

Ron Turner of Sackville reacts to the decision of the province to stop funding the Moncton Community Residences Inc.

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Brent Springer - Jami Springer still missing

The CBC's Olivia Chandler speaks with Brent Springer, whose daughter Jami has been missing for a year.

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Janet Hamilton - School lunches

Janet Hamilton is happy to share her tips as she mixes up an easy snack we can all make for those lunch bags. Tweet a photo of you school lunch to @cbcmoncton for a chance to win a week's worth of boxed lunches for your student.

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Mark and Patrick McLellan - Newspaper delivery 2.0

Patrick McLellan and his father Mark were surprised to learn that you must now be at least 19 years old to deliver newspapers for Brunswick News.

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Catherine Barry - Elementary Literacy Friends

Catherine Barry, Program Manager for the ELF program says they are looking for more volunteers in the greater Moncton area.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:09:17]


Ilan Kelman - Hurricane Harvey and the poor

Ilan Kelman, professor at University College London's Institute for Risk and Disaster Reduction says the storm is a catastrophe for the most vulnerable people in society.

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Alcohol policy for l'Université de Moncton

Marc Angers, director of communications for U de M and Tristian Gaudet, president of FÉÉCUM, the federation of students at U de M talk about the new alcohol policy.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:12:20]


Jody Dallaire - New funding for child care

Jody Dallaire, long standing child care advocate and the current co-chair of the NB women's council reacts to Wednesday's funding announcement.

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Jean Sauvageau - Weaponization of civil servants

Jean Sauvageau, criminology professor at Saint Thomas University says he's concerned about the plan to arm sheriffs and commercial vehicle enforcement officers in NB.

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Denise Roy - Riverside-Albert watershed

Denise Roy of the Nature Conservancy of Canada and The village of Riverside-Albert have partnered to purchase and protect land that contains the community's water supply.

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Dr. Raj Bhardwaj - Keeping school kids healthy

Our House Doctor Raj Bhardwaj has some thoughts on how kids and teens can stay healthy as they head back into the classroom.

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Anne Bertrand - Ending her term

Vanessa speaks with Anne Bertrand who finishes her term as the province's Access to Information and Privacy Commissioner this week.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:14:17]


Emery Bourque - Labour Day Rock Fest

Concert promoter Emery Bourque says he's confident the festival will be a success this Saturday at the River Glen Amphitheatre on the Salisbury Road.

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Charlie Burrell - Humanity Project has a new home

Charlie Burrell, founder of the Humanity Project says the group has purchased the former DancEast studio on St George Street.

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Ryan Groom - "Maritimes from Above"

Fredericton film maker Ryan Groom talks about his film, "Maritimes from Above" that will air on the CBC show Absolutely Maritimes on September 2nd.

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David Shipley - Old cellphones are not toys

David Shipley, cybersecurity expert and CEO of Beauceron Security Inc says a growing problem of so called nuisance calls to 911 often result from discarded "toy phones".

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Remembering Acadian artist Denis Richard

The CBC's Colleen Kitts-Goguen speaks to Denis Richard's longtime friend Carole Chouinard about his legacy

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[mp3 file: runs 00:03:11]


Alexandra Chassé - Flooding in Houston

Alexandra Chassé is originally from Grand Falls, New Brunswick... but lives in Houston.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:09:08]


Ginette Petitpas Taylor - New federal health minister

Vanessa speaks with the newly appointed federal minister of heath, Ginette Petitpas Taylor.

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George Daley - Mental health crisis

Bathurst high school teacher and vice principal George Daley is the new president of the New Brunswick Teachers Association.

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Bill Schurman - Amherst waives ice fees

Bill Schurman, director of recreation for the town of Amherst says free ice time for kids will help their town become the most active and healthy community in NS.

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Len Ritter - Glyphosate spraying

Len Ritter is a professor emeritus of toxicology at the University of Guelph.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:09:29]


Elizabeth May in Moncton

Elizabeth May, leader of the federal Green Party will address the Moncton Chamber of Commerce today and hold a town hall meeting tonight with New Brunswick Green Party leader David Coon.

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Bob Osborne - Corn Hill Chronicles and phone-in

Bob Osborne of Corn Hill Nurseries answers your gardening questions.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:17:24]


Mike Maillet Ensemble - "Entropie"

Moncton's Mike Maillet and his ensemble will be performing "Entropie", a jazz fusion show this Sunday at the Aberdeen Cultural Centre.

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Parlee Beach swim zone

CBC reporter Shane Fowler speaks with Josh Tompkins of the Department of Tourism who are proposing an expansion to the Parlee BEach swim zone. and Pointe du Chêne Resident Andy Malolepszy reacts to the proposal.

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Turtle Creek glyphosate spraying

Moncton Mayor Dawn Arnold and Caroline Lubbe-D'Arcy of the group Stop Spraying New Brunswick react to the news that JD Irving plans to spray glyphosate near the Turtle Creek reservoir.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:11:16]


Claude DeGrâce - Metepeniag artifacts

Claude DeGrâce, chair of the Metepenagiag Heritage Park, talks about the repatriation ceremony tomorrow to return Indigenous artifacts to the community formally known as Red Bank.

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Sgt. Harold Wilfred Shaughnessy laid to rest

We hear Shaughnessy's great-nephew Jack Kennedy read a century-old letter at the ceremony and from Sarah Lockyer, the forensic anthropologist who helped to identify the soldier.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:07:43]


Dayles Grand Market

The Amherst landmark, Dayle’s Department store, formerly Margolians and the Two Barkers, reopened last fall as Dayle’s Grand Market after sitting empty for nine months. It’s now home to seven businesses.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:09:36]


Jean-Pierre Savoie - Ambulance New Brunswick

Ambulance New Brunswick disputes claims the ambulance service is using so-called 'exemptions' to fudge its response time statistics.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:08:25]


Surfing the Petitcodiac in 1967

In 1967, five teenagers from the United States made the trip to Moncton with the goal of becoming the first to surf the tidal bore of the Petitcodiac River.

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Downtown Dances

The Atlantic Ballet Theatre hosts its second Downtown Dances event in Moncton today with more than 150 citizens taking part in the show.

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Dr. Sahil Gupta - Student stress

Dr. Sahil Gupta, emergency room resident, discusses some of the mental health issues students might face when moving out of the family home for college or university this year.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:08:12]


David Coon - Ice storm report

David Coon, leader of the provincial Green Party talks about internal report that gives a stinging review of political actions during last winter's ice storm.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:08:32]


Rural ambulance response times

Kris Austin, leader of the People's Alliance Party and Janice Michaud talk with the CBC's Catherine Harrop about the long wait time for ambulances in rural New Brunswick.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:06:35]


Gregg Ingersoll - French Immersion supply teachers

Gregg Ingersoll, superintendant for the Anglophone East School District says the Anglophone East School District is desperate for French immersion supply teachers.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:09:23]


Dan Noël - Proposed federal tax changes

Dan Noel, portfolio manager with Wyverstone Capitol and I-A Securities in Moncton explains how some proposed changes to federal taxes will affect small business owners.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:07:51]


School breakfast program needs volounteers

Linda Carey, Executive Director of Boys & Girls Club of Riverview says they're looking for more volunteers to help out with their school breakfast program.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:06:35]


Renovations for DFOs' Gulf Fisheries Centre

Federal fisheries minister Dominic LeBlanc announces that close to 2-million dollars will be spent to turn the DFO site on University Avenue into a large, scientific research centre.

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More Brazilians are moving to Moncton

Karen Fernandez Pearce, President, Brazilian Association of Atlantic Canada and newly arrived Brazilian Christiano de Carvalho Moraes explain why more Brazilians are moving to Moncton.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:13:09]


Bill Ryan - Education Day for Pride Week

Bill Ryan , professor of social work at McGill University is offering two workshops at the Peace Centre in Downtown Moncton today as part of Pride Week.

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Alexandra Samuel - Smartphones and teenagers

Alexandra Samuel, independent researcher and a regular contributor to J-stor Daily and the Wall Street Journal explains why limiting kids' tech use can be counter-productive.

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Gaëtan Thomas - NB Power preparing for ice storms

Gaëtan Thomas, President and CEO of NB Power explains how certain upgrades and procedures could help them weather the next ice storm.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:09:51]


Ask Resurgo Place - Solar eclipse

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

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[mp3 file: runs 00:08:19]


Bob Osborne - Corn Hill Chronicle and phone-in

Bob Osborne of Corn Hill Nurseries answers your gardening questions.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:20:16]


Michel Richard - Low lobster prices

Michel Richard speaks for the Maritime Fishermen's Union.

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Rachel Cave - Sussex civic centre

The Sussex region is faced with new challenges as the Potash bail-out is coming to an end.

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Mohamed Amine Mazzaoui - Living in sanctuary

The 33-year-old man from Tunisia continues to live in a Shediac church after two years to avoid deportation.

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Acadia University - 3D printing food

Researchers are using 3D printers to make food to help people with throat problems - or even just picky eaters - get the vitamins and nutrients they need.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:07:58]


Fundy Rising Tide Festival

Free family event this weekend in Fundy National Park.

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David Shipley - Dark web

Our cyber security columnist explains how the dark web has become a part of modern criminal life.

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Riverview grass bylaw

A new bylaw says residents have to keep their grass under 20 centimeters. A second and final reading will be held on September 11th.

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Dr. Doug Oliver - Loneliness

A recent study says loneliness can have damning health effects. Dr. Doug Oliver explains how loneliness affects senoirs.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:07:16]


Your turn - Restoring rail service

Listeners think it's time to invest in our rail services and Sandra Malasky shares her story.

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Fred Whoriskey - Wave Rider

The director of the Ocean Tracking Network tells us about its latest initiative to track the movements of endangered right whales.

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Dr. Raj Bhardwaj - Ear infections

A new study has found that the number of chronic ear infections in young kids has declined significantly over the past decade and vaccines are at least partially to thank for the drop.

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Jacques LeBlanc - Parlee Beach

The provincial and federal governments announced plans to spend up to $3 million on infrastructure and studies aimed at improving the water. The mayor of Shediac says he supports the strategy and plans to hold the province to account.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:10:47]


Greg Gormick & Jane Van Horne - Save our rails

A community group has come up with a new proposal for passenger rail service in northern New Brunswick and improved service for the rest of the region.

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Norm Bossé - Child death reviews

New Brunswick's child, youth and seniors advocate says the public should know more about how at-risk children are dying.

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Jenna MacQuarrie - Killer cats

The Petitcodiac Watershed Alliance has created a flashy new collar to keep cats from killing birds.

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Kathy Gildart - The Woodchuck

People in the Bouctouche Bay area are preparing to say a final farewell to Charles "The Woodchuck" Bernard.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:06:10]


Lawrence MacCauley - Food security

Jonna talks to the federal minister of agriculture on what a food security policy would look like in Canada and how you can have a say.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:09:51]


Fidel Franco & Marcus Marcial - Charlottesville clashes

Outrage is growing following the weekend violence in Virginia. We talked with the men behind the podcast "Black in the Maritimes" about the violence south of the border.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:17:14]


Michel Richard - Lobster prices

The lobster season begins its second week today. The Maritime Fishermen's Union is concerned over the price it's members are getting for their lobsters so far this year.

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Lucia O'Sullivan - Sex survey

A UNB professor is calling for changes in sex education in the province after talking to young people in the province about sex.

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Charlie Gillespie - "Cigarette"

The 18-year-old actor from Dieppe now lives in Los Angeles and recently played a roll as John Travolta's son in the upcoming movie Cigarette.

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Bob Osborne - Corn Hill Chronicles

This week's edition of the Corn Hill Chronicles with Bob Osborne.

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"In the field" - Rare moss bed disappearing

CBC reporter Stephanie Kelly speaks with Paula Tummon Flynn, PhD candidate at the University of Prince Edward Island who is researching to see if the green crab is responsible for the disappearing moss.

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Expanding bike gangs in the Maritimes.

RCMP Cpl. Andy Cook speaks with CBC reporter Karissa Donkin about the expansion of motorcycle gangs in the Maritimes.

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New leader for the New Brunswick NDP party

Mario Levesque, associate professor in the Department of Politics and International Relations at Mount Allison University in Sackville reacts to the announcement of Jennifer McKenzie as leader of the NDP.

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Bruce MacFarlane - Canada Games update

Bruce MacFarlane, media liaison for Team New Brunswick updates us on team NB's results at the Canada Games in Winnipeg.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:02:38]


Norm LeBlanc - Reopening of Mill's Seafood

Norm LeBlanc is the new owner of the seafood processing plant in Bouctouche, which reopened this week.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:06:23]


Ken MacLeod - NBYO's million views

The New Brunswick Youth Orchestra's President and CEO Ken MacLeod describes how "mambo potpourri" views on YouTube spiked following the "Jazz on the Tube" review of the orchestra.

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Cedric MacLeod - The Maritime Beef Council conference

Cedric MacLeod, beef farmer and strategic opportunities coordinator with the New Brunswick Cattle Producers says they are working at adding 20,000-head of cattle to the Maritimes by 2027.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:07:06]


Nanette Pearl - Shots fired at SPCA Moncton building

Nanette Pearl, director of animal welfare with the Greater Moncton SPCA has no idea why shots were fired at their front door.

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Eamon Hoey - Cell phone network outages

Eamon Hoey, management consultant in Toronto, says we need a national network as a backup for when network outages happen.

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Internet safety for women and children

David Shipley, CEO of Beauceron Security in Fredericton says making the Internet a safer place is one of the biggest challenges of our time.

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Sophie Jaillet - Joggins Fossil Institute

Sophie Jaillet is the first artist in residence at the Joggins Fossil Institute

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Elliot Tepper - Nuclear threats

Elliot Tepper, Senior Research Fellow at the Centre for Security, Intelligence and Defence Studies at Carleton University talks about how much concern is warranted, and what needs to happen, to de-escalate the situation.

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Dr. Raj Bhardwaj - Advance directives

House doctor Raj Bhardwaj says having a clear plan can be critical when it comes to empowering doctors to care for patients in old age--or in the event of an unexpected accident.

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Yvonne Colbert - An online battle over freedom of speech

The CBC's consumer watchdog Yvonne Colbert tells us about a battle over freedom of speech on social media between an air passenger rights activist and the Canadian Transportation Agency.

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Roger Collet - Update on provincial fire ban

Roger Collet, Fire Prevention Officer for the province of New Brunswick updates us on the status of the province's fire ban.

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Rationing supplies at special care home

George Cormier, Executive Director of the Francophone Association of Special Care Homes in New Brunswick says the rationing of supplies is a symptom of a much bigger problem for special care home owners.

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Frederic Laforge - Shortage of New Brunswick produce

Frederic Laforge, Co-Founder and CEO of The Farmer's Truck in Moncton says the dry summer is limiting supplies of New Brunswick produce for resellers.

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Bruce MacFarlane - Canada Games update

Bruce MacFarlane, media liaison for Team New Brunswick updates us on team NB's results at the Canada Games in Winnipeg.

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Nicole Taylor - Greater Moncton's water supply

Nicole Taylor, Director of Utilities for the City of Moncton says conserving water should be a year-round consideration for home and business owners...even when the reservoirs are full.

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Bob Osborne - Gardening

Bob Osborne of Corn Hill Nurseries answers your gardening questions.

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Moncton Headstart School supplies drive

Mary O'Donnell, Executive Director at Moncton Headstart says school supplies are needed at this time of year.

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Looking for an elusive damselfly

The CBC's Dave Bartlett spent a day hunting for the scarlet bluet with wildlife zoologist John Klymko and student zoologist Miranda Weigensberg.

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Saving the endangered North Atlantic Right Whale

Moira Brown - senior scientist with the New England Aquarium and the Canadian Whale Institute reacts to Federal Fisheries Minister Dominic LeBlanc's announcement yesterday.

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Bruce MacFarlane - Canada Games update

Bruce MacFarlane, media liaison for Team New Brunswick updates us on the team's results at the Canada Games in Winnipeg.

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Crosswalks representing local indigenous people

Bouctouche Deputy Mayor Pauline Hebert and Matthew Sanipass, member of the band council of the Bouctouch Mi'kmaq band speak with the CBC's Olivia Chandler about Bouctouche's new inclusive sidewalks

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Joanne Lamarche - "Find Your Fit Campaign"

Joanne Lamarche, Community Development Officer with the City of Moncton explains how the "Find Your Fit Campaign" will help community groups promote their events and activities.

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The Butler is In - Travel etiquette

Protocol and etiquette consultant John Robertson has tips on how to stay polite when on the road.

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Roger Collet - Provincial fire ban

Roger Collet, provincial fire prevention officer for New Brunswick has some advice on prevention and to give us some perspective on how fighting forest fires has changed in recent years.

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Emery Bourque - Labour Day Rockfest

Concert promoter Emery Bourque gives us the details of the Labour Day Rockfest coming up in early September

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David Shipley - Cyberattacks to the power grid

David Shipley is our cybersecurity columnist this summer, helping you avoid the perils and pitfalls of the online world.

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Festival Acadie Rock - Marc Arsenault

Marc Arsenault, Artistic Director of the Festival Acadie Rock talks about the the 6th edition of the cultural festival that runs from August 9-18

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Dr. Raj Bardwaj - Recording your doctor's visit

Our house doctor shares his thoughts on why physicians are being told to expect some patients to use smartphones to record their doctor's visits and why that could pose problems.

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Dennis Cochrane - Former Moncton High Building

Jonna speaks with Dennis Cochrane of MH Renaissance which will partner with a private developer to renovate the gothic revival-style building.

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Bruce MacFarlane - Canada Games update

Bruce MacFarlane, media liaison for Team New Brunswick talks about the first three medals for team New Brunswick at the Canada Games in Winnipeg.

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John Thomas - Canada C3 expedition

John Thomas took part in the Canada C3 expedition from Nain, Labrador to Iqaluit, Nunavut. He recalls his experiences in northern First Nations communities.

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Forest fire on Miscou Island

CBC reporters Shane Fowler and Gabrielle Fahmy on the fire that is still burning on Miscou Island.

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Hoping for rain

Alyson Chisholm and Justin McCurdy, two local farmers, talk about how they are coping with the hot, dry weather.

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Laura Dickinson at the Canada Games

The Miramichi athlete will run in the 3000 metre steeple chase and the 5000 metre race at the Canada Games this week.

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Gardening with Bob Osborne

Bob Osborne of Corn Hill Nursery presents The Corn Hill Chronicles and answers your gardening questions.

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Tour of Hope

Part of the Dr Georges Dumont Hospital Foundation's Tree of Hope Campaign, the 650 km bicycle tour has just wrapped up and Jonna speaks to three of the cyclists who participated.

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Rose Ricciadelli - research into PTSD

The director of corrections for the Canadian Institute for Public Safety Research and Treatment talks about a new research project that aims to ensure public safety workers get the mental health support they need.

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Rev. John Perkin - moving on...

The chair of the Sackville Refugee Response Coalition talks about saying goodbye to one of the three refugee families they have sponsored in the last year.

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Young newcomers in Moncton

The Anglophone East school district and the Multicultural Association of Greater Moncton have organised a camp to help young newcomers learn English through classroom work, play and social interaction.

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Fred Bergman - a new labour study

The senior policy analyst discusses the Atlantic Provinces Economic Council's report card on Atlantic Canadian youth and the labour market.

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Ron Cormier - Shediac business

Businesses in Shediac are anxious to see the water quality issues at Parlee Beach resolved.

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John Robertson - Eating at your desk

The protocols and etiquettes to consider when eating at your workspace.

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David Shipley - Health security

Our healthcare system needs to pay more attention to protecting patients from cyber threats.

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Dr Carole Williams - Tour of Hope

Cyclists will set out on their tour of New Brunswick to raise money as part of the Dr Georges Dumont Hospital Foundation's Tree of Hope Campaign.

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The modern day baton twirler

Three baton twirlers from the Moncton area, including 14 year old Brianna Middleton, will be heading to Croatia next month to show off their skills. She joines us in our studio along with Brenda Arsenault of Moncton Baton Atlantik.

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Doug Campbell - no swimming

According to numbers posted by the province, water quality results at both Parlee and Murray Beaches earlier this week show a dramatic rise in Ecoli and Enterococcus bacteria. Biologist Doug Campbell explains what it all means.

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Dr Raj Bhardwaj on dementia

A recent report published in the medical journal The Lancet says that cases of dementia are expected to triple world-wide by 2050. Our house doctor Raj Bhardwaj explains why, and what you can do to prevent it.

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Sharing the road

Stacey Butler, a motorcycling enthusiast and safety advocate and Karl Stoetereau, an instructor with Young Drivers of Canada in Moncton, discuss road safety and the challenges of sharing the road.

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Gregoire Cormier - riptide 101

The Red Cross Swimming and Water Safety representative in Atlantic Canada explains what to do if one is ever caught in a riptide.

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Kerry Lee Morris-Cormier - sandpipers

The manager at the Nature Conservancy of Canada's Shorebird Interpretive Centre at Johnson's Mills talks about the thousands of shorebirds that have started to arrive at the mudflats near Dorchester.

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CBC'S Gabrielle Fahmy - the price of clams

Tim Williston, owner of Cocagne Seafood and Justin Bourgeois, manager of Chez Leo, talk about the reasons behind the rising cost of clams.

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Gardening with Bob Osborne

Bob Osborne of Corn Hill Nursery presents The Corn Hill Chronicles and answers your gardening questions.

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The dangers of riptides

A man drowned off P.E.I.'s North Shore this weekend, and a mother and son say they're lucky to be alive after a close encounter.

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Jonas Coulter - Evolve complaints

The executive director of the Evolve Festival says he will address a number of complaints posted online following last weekend's festival before next year.

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Lorraine LeClair - Special Olympics

Jonna speaks with the event chair of the Special Olympics New Brunswick Summer Games.

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Megan Leslie - whales on the brink

The Vice-President of Oceans at WWF Canada talks about the recent deaths of right whales in the North Atlantic and how the species is in danger of becoming extinct.

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Two Donnas and a festival

Award winning author Donna Morrissey and festival organizer Donna Allard talk about the Sojourner Literary Festival taking place in Rexton this weekend.

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CBC's Gabrielle Fahmy - mega campsite in Shediac

The province says it identified dozens of issues and inaccuracies during a review of the environmental assessment for a proposed mega campground in Pointe-du-Chêne.

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Deborah Ferguson - the new Canada Food Guide

The registered nutritional consultant discusses Health Canada's preliminary version of their updated Canada Food Guide.

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John Robertson - dining etiquette for kids

Our protocol and etiquette expert on how teaching children proper table manners could help them in social and business situations when they're older.

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Paddy Quinn - Canada's Irish Festival

The president of the organizing committee talks about his last year with the Miramichi festival.

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Dr Raj Bhardwaj - the effets of poor air quality

While wildfires continue to threaten communities in British Columbia, authorities are urging people to take precautions against the negative health effects linked to smoky conditions.

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Malcolm Harding - covered bridges

The Moncton resident is worried about the future of covered bridges in the province. He says Government trucks are carrying loads that are too heavy for the old wooden bridges.

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Lawren Campbell - grave hunter

The heritage and culture coordinator with Resurgo Place in Moncton is working with provincial employees to find out what's under the ground in an area that was once a graveyard.

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