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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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What happened to five-year-old Adrien McNaughton?

In season one of SKS, host David Ridgen goes back to his hometown in a search for answers.

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The stories behind the story

Go behind the scenes with journalists and correspondents, as they peel the curtain back and take you inside the stories they've covered.

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The nitty-gritty of real life

Every week, OITO digs into one timely topic through different perspectives, personal stories, and passionate opinions.

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A place were everythign changes

Hear intimate first-person stories about the pressures to succeed, the threat of failure and the adventures of growing up.

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Moncton's love locks

Peter Crawford and Amber Martin spoke with the CBC's Kashmala Fida

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Biorefining - the next big thing?

Meaghan Seagrave is executive director of Bio NB.

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'The Candy Palmater Show."

New Brunswick's Candy Palmater is the host of a new network show on CBC Radio.

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Corn Hill Chronicles

Bob Osborne is the owner of Corn Hill Nurseries.

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Rural Realities

Rina Arseneault of the Murial McQueen Fergusson Centre for Family Violence Research, talks about a new report on intimate partner violence.

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Groomed for success

Jaclyn Wong is a doctoral student in sociology at the University of Chicago

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Saving lives

A pilot project will allow the advanced care paramedics to put their skills to work for patients served by Ambulance New Brunswick.

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Beerfest

Shaun Fraser is one of the organizers of the Atlantic beer Festival.

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Vickers... Kevin Vickers

Canada's ambassador to Ireland and former Sergeant-at-Arms removed a protester from a remembrance ceremony in Dublin. Folks in his hometown of Miramichi react.

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Bongo Poetry

Harris Sullivan is a local spoken word poet in Moncton.

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The spectre of student loans

CBC's Personal Finance watcher, Dan Noel.

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Bus rides and food drives

Codiac Transpo in Moncton is holding a day-long food drive that will get you a free bus ride with each non-perishable donation.

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Waiting for refugees

The Sackville Refugee Response Coalition is ready to help and has had a furnished apartment ready for months.

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What's the buzz?

Zoologist John Klymko explains the kleptoparisitic wasp.

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Trash talk

Can residents in southeast New Brunswick handle three bags for garbage sorting instead of two?

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Citizenshift

Riverview students and teachers are walking, biking and skateboarding to school.

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Library controversy

Moncton Public Library Board president Diane Ross on moving to the former Moncton High building.

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Taxing your taxes

Kevin Lacey is the Atlantic Director of the Canadian Taxpayers Federation.

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East Coast Comic Expo in Moncton

Political cartoonist, Michael de Adder

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Moving the Moncton Public Library

Chris Collins is the MLA for Moncton Centre.

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Suspended high school teacher

CBC reporter Redmond Shannon has been investigating this story

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Moncton's permanent settlers anniversary

Debby Warren is a descendent of the Permanent Settlers from Pennsylvania.

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Accelerated mortgages

Dan Noel is our personal finance watcher and a portfolio manager with Wyverstone Capitol and IA Securities.

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Provincial Mental Health Forum report

Albert Cyr is a retired psychologist and chair of the mental health community advisory committee for Vitalité Health Network.

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Moncton Library poll

Don Mills is the chair and CEO of Corporate Research Associates

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Summer roadwork

Michel Ouellet is Director of Engineering and Public Works with the town of Riverview. Alcide Richard is with the city of Moncton and Angèle Spencer is with the city of Dieppe.

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MAGMA looking for new executive director

Justin Ryan is the interim executive director of the Multicultural Association of Greater Moncton Area.

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Sackville loses motorcylist Rob Harris

Mark Richardson of Cobourg Ontario is a journalist and a was a close friend of Rob Harris of Sackville

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New Brunswick rhythmic gymnasts at Nationals

Camille Lavoie & Marie-Christine Gendron are rhythmic gymnasts at Extenso Club of Moncton/Dieppe. Stephanie Legere is their coach.

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Beating doctors' addictions to painkillers

Dr. Ed Schollenberg is registrar of New Brunswick's College of Physicians and Surgeons.

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Field of dreams

Charline Allain-Godin is the head organizer of the 'Greater Moncton Field of Dreams Baseball Program'

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Genetically modified alfalfa for N.B.

Murray Bunnett of the Murray Bunnett Family Farm in Petitcodiac and Mike Peterson is with Forage Genetics International.

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Antipsychotic meds for seniors

Stephen Samis is the Vice President of Programs with the Canadian Foundation for Healthcare Improvement.

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Helping hands

Doug Murphy of Moncton, a volunteer with the Canadian Red Cross, is helping fire victims in northern Alberta.

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Food recalls and listeriosis

Douglas Campbell, Canada Research Chair in Phytoplankton Ecophysiology at Mount Allison University.

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Charges against the RCMP

Following the 2014 shootings, the RCMP are accused of failing to provide proper equipment and training for its members.

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A Vision of Wood and Stone

Thaddeus Holownia and John Leroux and their new book on the architecture of Mount Allison University.

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Mayor-elect Stephanie Anglehart-Paulin

After a close race, Campbellton has a new mayor.

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Paying for NB's tuition program

Dan Noel, CBC's personal finance watcher, talks about losing the tuition tax credit.

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Mayor-elect John Higham

The town of Sackville has elected a new mayor.

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World Bellydance Day

Some Moncton dancers are helping to raise money for Crossroads for Women in Moncton.

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Celebrating nurses

2016 is the 110th anniversary of the first class entering the Moncton Hospital School of Nursing.

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Preparing for the worst (part 2)

Greg McCallum is the executive director of New Brunswick's Emergency Measures Organization.

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Out of work

Two commissionaires who work in Moncton will soon be out of a job because they are not bilingual.

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Mayor Gerry Cormier

The mayor of Miramichi is re-elected having beaten four challengers... and cancer.

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Lumbersmackin'

Heather Chamberlin is a jammer for the Lumbersmacks, a Moncton Roller Derby team.

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Mayor Ann Seamans

Riverview residents have chosen to re-elect Ann Seamans.

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Mayor Yvon LaPierre

Voters in Dieppe have given Yvon LaPierre another term by a wide margin.

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Mayor-elect Dawn Arnold

After a close race, Dawn Arnold is elected mayor of Moncton.

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Humility at work

CBC's workplace columnist Pierre Battah.

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Preparing for the worst

Allan Bonner, a crisis management consultant and author, talks about being prepared in the event of a natural disaster.

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Tuition winners and losers

The unexpected effect of the NB government's new "free tuition" plan for low income families.

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Benefit event for Fort McMurray

Don Levandier of The Motorleague is organizing a benefit event for Fort McMurray

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Outgoing mayor's legacy

Moncton mayor George LeBlanc reflects on his life in politics

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Children's book launch this weekend

Odette Barr, Colleen Landry and Beth Weatherbee are co-authors of Follow the Goose Butt, Camelia Airheart'.

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Last Sackville video store closing

Chris Graham owns Back Lot Video in Sackville.

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Best time of year to retire

Personal Finance watcher Dan Noel looks at the best time of year to retire.

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Escaping Fort McMurray

Kyle McConnell of Moncton shares his story, along with his dad, Norval McConnell.

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Canadian census craze

Craig Silverman is founding editor of Buzzfeed Canada.

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Bilingual Toastmasters for women only

Toastmasters Nicole Savoie and Sharon Joseph are starting up this new group

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Riverview's fiddling extravaganza

Ivan and Vivian hicks are the coordinators of the Super Fiddle Show

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Moncton city council

Moncton's current city council met for the last time last night. Tori Weldon was there.

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Cheaper bussing for the people in need

Kayla BreeLove Carter is Community Development Officer for Social Inclusion with the City of Moncton.

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Dust devil or tornado

Weatherman Jim Abraham explains

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Special visitor to northern NB schools

Frank Fox is manager of supporter relations for the Terry Fox Foundation, and Terry's older brother.

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Taking criticism at work

Pierre Battah says growing a tougher skin is a required job skill.

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Holocaust Survivor

Author Max Eisen on his new book about his horrifying time in the Auschwitz concentration camp during the Second World War

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Frye Festival Report

Colleen Kitts-Goguen talks about Michael Christie's first novel, If I Fall, If I die.

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Miramichi loses George Routledge

Debbie Norton shares George Routledge's passion for the river and the salmon that return to it every year.

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Mike Steeves at Frye Fest

The Moncton writer talks about the inspiration behind his first book, Giving Up.

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Bird is the word

CBC's Acadian Birder Alain Clavette and reporter Kashmala Fida set out in search of the rare black throated sparrow.

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New Brunswick Book awards

CBC Reporter Colleen Kitts-Goguen shares highlights from the awards ceremony.

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Elsipogtog's war on drugs.

John Levi, Mi'kmaq warrior chief at Elsipogtog First Nation and D.J Jospeh, Nation Administrator at Elsipogtog speak with CBC reporter Tori Weldon.

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Time to downsize?

CBC's personal finance watcher Dan Noel has advice for baby boomers.

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Frye Fest update

Colleen Kitts-Goguen was at last night's event - a showcase for emerging writers.

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Banking sick days

Jordi Morgan, Vice President Atlantic at the Canadian Federation of Independent Business is against the practice. Marcos Salib, coordinator of the CUPE NB Council of Municipal Employees supports it.

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Technology report

Ramona Pringle tells us more about a new app called Airtime.

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Fitness at Portage Atlantic

Carol Tracey tells us about the plan to build a fitness centre at Portage Atlantic for young people getting treatment for substance abuse.

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Elections rules in New Brunswick

David Owens is the Assistant Chief Electoral Officer with Elections New Brunswick.

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Introverts looking for jobs.

Pierre Battah explains how some employers deal with the hiring of introverts.

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Dieppe Votes

Dieppe mayoralty candidates Yvon Lapierre and Fred Pellerin

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Shediac summer roadwork

Mayor Jacques LeBlanc talks about major street construction work underway in the downtown.

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'Shrooms in your room

Bay of Fungi Gourmet Mushrooms of Sackville is now offering a "grow your own" kit.

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Free tuition & private education

Private career colleges and Crandall University want the province to extend its free tuition program to include their students.

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Self-serve recycling

Tim Pidgeon is a project coordinator with Encorp Atlantic.

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Student finances

CBC's personal finance watcher Dan Noel looks at budgeting for University and College students.

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Moncton Miracles' new owners

David Magley is Commissioner of the National Basketball League of Canada.

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Blue ambition

NB Agriculture minister Rick Doucet on the province's plan to become the biggest wild blueberry producer in the world.

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If she had a hammer

Joni Fleck Andrews of Habitat for Humanity talks about a program to train women to build homes.

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Internet disservice provider

Peter Moorehouse of the Better Business Bureau gives tips on how to make sure your cable service provider is legit.

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Remembering Joe

Moncton photographer Serge Martin talks about his homeless friend, Joseph Bourque, who recently passed away.

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A helping hand

Dave Mitchell and Andre Foulem have launched "Reach the Broken Hearted", a cross-country campaign to help the homeless.

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An Inspiring Festival

Matt Williston and Lisa Griffin are the founders of Festival Inspire, Moncton's urban art festival.

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Free tuition

Economist Richard Saillant on the province of New Brunswick covering tuition for students from low income families.

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Riverview votes

We talk to Riverview mayor Ann Seamans who is seeking re-election. Fellow candidate Scott Bulman declined our invitation.

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A gift of music

After his violin was stolen, a Montreal homeless musician, originally from Cocagne, is given a new one by the Orchestre Métropolitain.

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ECMA roundup

Jean Surette, executive director of Music NB.

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Landmark ruling for the Métis

Karen Drake, assistant professor at the Bora Laskin faculty of Law at Lakehead University, explains.

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Help for NB students

Chantal Landry of the Common Front for Social Justice talks about having free tuition for students from low income families.

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A Choral Symphony

Three community choirs and the Tutta Musica orchestra will gather on one stage in Moncton for a concert.

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To spend or not to spend

CBC's personal finance watcher Dan Noel on the improving economy.

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Brittany's wish

Brittany Roberts' message to the world about the way people with disabilties are treated.

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Physician-assisted dying

Law professor Hilary Young on the final bill set to be introduced in parliament.

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Save the sea birds

Garry Donaldson of the Canadian Wildlife Service on protecting migratory sea birds.

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Skills Canada competition

High school students in Sussex will try to hammer, weld and cook their way to victory.

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Shameful fraud

A fake crowdfunding site was claiming to be raising money for one-year-old Marlie Curwin who is battling lukemia.

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Watering hole

Don Morehouse of the Public Works Department on the large sinkhole near Jones Lake in Moncton.

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Concussion effects

Jennifer Tomes is a Mount Allison professor studying the long-term effects of concussions.

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Jeux de la Francophonie

The province and the cities of Moncton and Dieppe have spent more than 280 thousand dollars to attract the games.

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La Voix finale

Dieppe's Travis Cormier competed, Radio Canada's Anne-Marie Parenteau was there.

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Coaching at work

CBC's workplace issues columnist, Pierre Battah.

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Race for city hall

Moncton mayoralty candidates Brian Hicks and Dawn Arnold.

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Travis Cormier on La Voix

The Dieppe singer talks about the upcoming final of this year's La Voix competition.

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Support to Single Parents

The agency's founder and executive director, Nancy Hartling, talks about her retirement and the closure of the office.

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Merle Haggard

Local musician Alex Madsen interviewed the late country music legend back in 2013.

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Tax tips

CBC's personal finance watcher, Dan Noel.

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Bad roads

Echo Maillet, a resident of Cormier des Village Road in Saint-Paul and Gary Howard of CAA.

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Young scientists

High school students Beatrice Huh and Sarah Decoste talk about their research projects for a major regional science competition in Sackville.

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Mini trailer parks

Andrew Touchburn and mayor Jean-Albert Cormier of Beaubassin-est on allowing residents to have up to a dozen trailers on their property

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Hunger in New Brunswick

According to new report published by a University of Toronto research team, rates of food insecurity in Moncton and Saint John are among the worst in the country.

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36 years with the force

Assistant Commissioner Roger Brown, the RCMP's commanding officer for J Division in New Brunswick is retiring.

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Life outside the compound

Steven Tingley talks about growing up gay in rural New Brunswick, contracting HIV and the arrest of his family in 2008.

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13th century music

Andrew McAnerney is a choir conductor from Ottawa. Monique Richard directs Choeur Louisbourg.

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Change in the workplace

CBC's workplace issues columnist Pierre Battah on how our brains react to change.

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Russian hockey mom

Inna and Alex Miromanov came to Canada three years ago with their son who is now a rightwinger with the Acadie Bathurst Titan.

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Head injuries in the NHL

Former Moncton Wildcat and coach Ryan Salvis talks about his experience with concussions.

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High hopes

Denis Arsenault of Organigram says his marijuana growing business is one of the best investments the NB government has ever made.

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Honoured by France

Dr. Robert Pichette has been appointed an officer of the Legion of Honour in France.

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Investing in ETF's

CBC's personal finance watcher Dan Noel outlines the pros and cons of exchange-traded funds.

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Omnibus bill

Opposition politicans are accusing the Liberal government of using a so-called omnibus bill to stifle debate in the Legislature.

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Moncton Music Festival

President Tim Borlase and adjudicators François Dorion and Janelle Fung.

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Heather Rankin

The Cape Breton native talks about her first solo album.

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Fish plants vs EI

Jerry Amirault of the Lobster Processors Association of New Brunswick and Kevin Lacey of the Canadian Taxpayers Federation.

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Fabulous felines

Cat lover Ashley Merriam talks about the annual Fundy Fanciers Cat Club Show happening in Moncton.

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Family secret revealed

Maurice Comeau of Atholville recently discovered he has a long lost sister living in the Acadian peninsula.

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Miramichi recreation complex debate

Some are for, others are against. We hear both sides.

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Watching terror from afar

A Belgian woman living in Moncton shares her concerns for her country following last week's terror attacks.

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Starting over

Pierre Battah, CBC's workplace issues columnist, talks about starting over on the job.

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Lucien vs Maclean's

Our blue-collar philosopher responds to an unflattering article in Maclean's magazine titled: "Can anything save New Brunswick?".

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Coding kids

Jeff Hughes of Riverview created Coding School Canada, he talks about the success of the school and expanding throughout the Maritimes.

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Get a job

A Miramichi woman has created a Facebook group to help people find jobs in the area.

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Ode to spring

Moncton's morning muse, Jonna Brewer, sings the praises of the season.

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Playoff fever

Head coaches Darren Rumble of the Moncton Wildcats and Mario Pouliot of the Acadie Bathurst Titan.

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Immersion status quo

Parents hoping for a return to an earlier entry point for French Immersion this fall will have to wait.

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Radio Rewind

Mark McPhee and Rebecca Rideout are actors in the theatre production that is "A Tribute to the Golden Age of Radio".

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The bottom line

CBC's personal finance watcher Dan Noel explains how the federal spending plan could affect our household budgets.

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A close call

Luc Arseneau of Dieppe was scheduled to land in Brussels on the morning of the attacks.

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Donor wanted

The quest to find a bone marrow donor to save the life of a on-year-old girl.

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Trash talk

A group of men are being publicly shamed for making inappropriate comments over dinner at a local restaurant.

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Attacks in Belgium

Shelley Chase of New Brunswick is staying near Brussels.

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Volunteers needed

Moncton fire chief Eric Arsenault is overseeing the resettlement of Syrian families in the area.

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Council debates old MHS

Shawn Crossman, deputy mayor and a councillor for Ward 1, joins us to discuss the proposals for developing the old Moncton High School and moving the Moncton Public Library.

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Pinkie swear?

Pierre Battah talks about making and breaking promises at work.

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Segregated education

Should the province review inclusive education in our schools?

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Songs of Freedom

Canadian soprano Measha Brueggergosman’s new project titled “Songs of Freedom” explores the singer’s family roots via film and music.

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CBC.ca comments

The CBC will no longer allow people to comment anonymously on online stories. Our interview with Sylvie Gadoury, VP of Legal Services for CBC/Radio-Canada.

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HTHS reads

Nancy Pipe explains how her Harrison Trimble High School students will read, judge, and defend the books chosen for this year’s Canada Reads debates.

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St. Pat’s in Miramichi

Vanessa Blanch gives us a glimpse of the St. Patrick’s day festivities in Miramichi with special guests Paddy Quinn and Susan Butler.

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Dr. Dinesh Bhalla - RAW

The chief of the psychiatry department at the Moncton Hospital responds to our story about a patient who was arrested in the hospital earlier this year and taken to jail.

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Dr. Dinesh Bhalla

The chief of the psychiatry department at the Moncton Hospital, explains how the hospital handles patients in distress.

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Creating a new library

Library consultant Ken Roberts and M.H. Renaissance president Dennis Cochrane on moving the Moncton Public Library into the former Moncton High building.

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Dolma Foods reopens

Owner Hossein Barar tells us about the new temporary location in Moncton.

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Violence on the ice

The Kent South Panthers' coach has been suspended for pulling his team out of a game he considered too violent.

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Equality and religion

Professor John Stackhouse on women and men taking equal part in the Church.

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Elephant Rock

Kevin Snair is supervisor of interpretive services at the Hopewell Rocks where the iconic rock formation has collapsed.

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Prescriptions by pharmacists

ER doctor, author and host of CBC's White Coat Black Art, Dr. Brian Goldman.

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LNG tax increase

The city of Saint John is looking at raising property taxes on the Canaport LNG development.

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Overhauling Moncton High

Jake Spelic of U-Haul Canada and Moncton city councillor Paulette Theriault.

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Millennial Dream

Greg Hemmings is a filmmaker who says New Brunswick could be a magnet for Millennials.

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Ramblin' on her mind

Dianne Whalen is taking on the entire 24,000 kilometer long Trans Canada Trail.

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Women and money

CBC's personal finance watcher, Dan Noel.

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Mental health court

Former ombudsman Bernard Richard on dealing with people who come into conflict with the law as a result of a mental illness.

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Hold the line

Mary Jane Copps, aka The Phone Lady, gives us a lesson in telephone etiquette.

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The business of biomass

Meaghan Seagrave, executive director of Bio NB, is attending an international conference in the Nertherlands.

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A need for change

The third part of Paul Ouellet's candid interview about his sister's battle with schizophrenia.

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Comic Jam

Comics illustrator Nick Bradshaw is helping The Frye Festival organize an activity for kids.

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Defending inclusion

Krista Carr, executive director of the New Brunswick Association for Community Living.

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Humble Homes

Moncton will be featured on a new reality television show called "Humble Home Hunters".

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Mental health and the law

Paul Ouellet's continuing story about his sister's struggle with mental illness and her treatment by the authorities.

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Family fun

James Upham of Resurgo Place on what families can do there during March break.

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Questioning inclusion

Harold Doherty is the father of a student with severe autism who says inclusion in the classroom is not for everyone.

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Retaining talent

CBC's workplace issues columnist, Pierre Battah, on how employers can hang on to valuable employees.

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His sister's keeper

A Moncton man says more needs to be done to help people, like his sister, who struggle with mental illness.

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The Obesity Code

Doctor Jason Fung, a kidney specialist in Toronto, says that most of what people believe about losing weight is wrong.

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Inclusive education

NBTA president Guy Arseneault calls for a review of the province's policy.

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The price of produce

Connecting the dots between produce, inflation and oil with CBC's personal finance watcher, Dan Noel.

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Poster protest

Students at Mount Allison are concerned about posters that may discourage some people from seeking treatment for mental illness.

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En français, s.v.p.

The Commissioner of Official Languages for New Brunswick wants all commissionaires who deal with the public to be bilingual.

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Tired texting teens

Dr. Rachel Morehouse, medical director of the Atlantic Sleep Centre talks about sleep's new enemy in a digital world.

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Before the Leaves Turn

The Tantramar Heritage Trust is presenting a play that looks at life in the Maritimes during the First World War.

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Game on!

It looks likes les Jeux de la Francophonie will be held in Moncton-Dieppe in July of 2021.

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Pipeline update

Quebec's environment minister, David Heurtel and New Brunswick's Minister of Energy and Mines, Donald Arseneault.

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