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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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The most interesting adman in the world

Albert Lasker had a hand in influencing professional baseball, Planned Parenthood, the North American breakfast and not one, but two presidential elections.

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The Self-Taught Philosopher

Naheed Mustafa tells the story of philosopher-physician Ibn Tufayl who wrote the first Arabic novel "Hayy ibn Yaqzan".

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Captain Underpants creator speaks

Captain Underpants creator Dav Pilkey talks to q guest host Ali Hassan about his struggles as a dyslexic kid with ADD

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Soundgarden producer remembers Chris Cornell

Music producer Michael Beinhorn recalls the darkness behind the grunge rock pioneer's immense talent.

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New Beginnings in Labrador

The CBC's John Gaudi interviews two families in Happy Valley-Goose Bay about their new beginnings in a small community

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New Beginnings in Nova Scotia

Author Sheree Fitch tells us about going from solitary author, to community activist, to book store proprietor as she gets set to open Mable Murple's Book Shoppe and Dreamery in River John

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New Beginning in Prince Edward Island

Sandra Antoun shares her story of new beginnings after fleeing Syria for Lebanon in 2012, and now settling into a her new life in Charlottetown PEI

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New Beginning in Newfoundland

Paul Alcock of Northland Discovery Tours in St. Anthony, Newfoundland talks with Vanessa Blanch about the beginning of the iceberg season

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Harold McQuade - Orienteering

The president of Orienteering New Brunswick talks about a two day orienteering event this weekend at Fundy National Park

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Claire Tansey - Tips for BBQing

Food writer, chef and cooking teacher Claire Tansey has a few tips to have a successful BBQing season

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Karissa Donkin - Missing keys

A CBC News investigation has found the public housing corporation has seen its master keys stolen or lost not just once - but THREE times since last June. CBC reporter Karissa Donkin has the details.

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Xavier Leger - Mud City Meltdown

The coordinator of the Mud City Meltdown music festival talks about the festival's third edition that takes place July 25-30 in downtown Moncton

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Acadian peninsula thunder storm

Miscou fire chief Marie-Josée Chiasson talks about the storm and the flashbacks it brings just a few months after an ice storm devastated the Acadian peninsula last winter

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Michel Ouellette - Riverview roadwork

The director of engineering and public works for the town of Riverview defines the roadwork projects that are planned for the summer

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Ken MacLeod - Sistema in Israel

The president and CEO of Sistema New Brunswick is in Tel Aviv this week at an international conference on music education

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Gregg Ingersoll - Riverview East School

Superintendent Gregg Ingersoll of the Anglophone East School District talks about overcrowding at Riverview East School and what the district plans to do about it

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Blocking Halls Creek Trail access

Margot Malenfant and Ariane Juneau-Godin are asking why an access to the Halls Creek Trail has been blocked by a developer

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Karen Ulmanis - Recycling electronic waste

Karen Ulmanis is the New Brunswick Program Director for the Electronic Products Recycling Association

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[mp3 file: runs 00:04:45]


Now Showing - Alysha Brilla

Kim Rayworth, Managing director of The Capitol Theatre talks about two upcoming shows at the Capitol Theatre: Alysha Brilla, and Les Bluecharms

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Cat LeBlanc - Screenwriting workshop

Cat LeBlanc runs membership services for the New Brunswick Film Co-op. She talks about the upcoming screenwriting workshop happening this weekend in Moncton.

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David Shipley - WannaCry malware

The CEO of Bauceron Security, a newly launched cybersecrity company in Fredericton says we should always be mindful of cyber attacks and keep our computer software up to date

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Paul McKenna - Reform within the RCMP

Paul McKenna, adjunct professor with Dalhousie University's faculty of Graduate studies says it is crucial for the RCMP to adopt a civilian oversight mechanism

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Angèle Spencer - Dieppe summer roadwork

The director of engineering with the city of Dieppe explains what road construction projects are happening this summer

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Dr. Raj Bardwaj - Gout

Our House Doctor Raj Bhardwaj tells us everything we need to know about gout

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John Klymko - The buzz about bees

Zoologist John Klymko of the Atlantic Canada Conservation Data Centre gives us an update on New Brunswick's bee population

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Jean Surette - Music NB awards

The executive director of Music NB talks about the new awards that will be given this year at the annual gala in October

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New pool for Moncton East Youth Centre

Pikey French, Director of the Moncton East Youth Centre is relieved with the Moncton city council decision

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Marie-Claire Pierce - Codiac Transpo

The senior transit planner with Codiac Transpo says they will have to modify certain schedules for the summer months due to a shortage of drivers

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SEED program

Gail Roach, program director for the Baie Verte Summer Recreation Camp says the government should give the employers the right to choose who gets the money. NB minister of Post Secondary Education, Training and Labour Donald Arseneault doesn't agree.

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Jérôme Lussier - Clean up at Kouchibouguac

The Visitor Experience Manager for Kouchibouguac National Park says they are still cleaning up broken branches from this winter's ice storm but they will be ready for the new season

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Bill Casey - Bay of Fundy tourism

Cumberland-Colchester MP Bill Casey is co-chair of the Bay of Fundy Caucus, whose goal is to double tourism in the Bay of Fundy region.

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Paul Belliveau - Causeway replacement project

Paul Belliveau, Chair of the Board of Directors of Petitcodiac Riverkeeper says it is very happy to see the causeway replacement project has started

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Barbara Byers - Drowning prevention

With the swimming season just around the corner, the Public Education director of The Lifesaving Society says many drowning deaths could be prevented.

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Corn Hill Chronicles

Bob Osborne of Corn Hill Nursery

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Dan Murphy - ​NB Non Profit Housing

The executive director of the New Brunswick Non Profit Housing Association talks about the state of housing in New Brunswick

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[mp3 file: runs 00:06:16]


Tony Delgado - Chaos in Venezuela

The musical director and conductor of the New Brunswick Youth Orchestra talks about the chaos his country of origin is going through and the concerns for his family and others

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Yvon Lapierre - Dieppe community complex

The mayor of Dieppe talks about plans to replace Dieppe's Centennial Arena with a $29-million centre

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Lois Corbett - Parlee Beach clean-up

The executive director Conservation Council of New Brunswick says now's the time to bring in regulations under the Clean Water Act to protect the entire coastline of the Northumberland Strait

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Dano LeBlanc - Acadieman is back

Artist Dano LeBlanc is the creator of Acadieman

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Phyllis Hicks - Nurses Week

92-year-old Phyllis Hicks of Moncton takes Jonna for a tour of the former Moncton Hospital on King St.

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Beth Sullivan - Bathurst shop closing down

Beth Sullivan, owner of the Spinning Wheel Yarn Shop explains why she is closing her well-established business.

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Buddy Dedam - Rescued fishing crew

The captain of a fishing crew from Esgenoopetitj recalls the events that led to their rescue in Miramichi Bay last weekend

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Parlee Beach clean up

Environment minister Serge Rousselle divulges what the province plans to do to help clean up the Parlee Beach water. Pointe-du-Chêne resident Arthur Melanson reacts to the minister's announcement

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Angela MacIvor - PTSD and prison guards

A CBC News investigation reveals a higher rate of PTSD among Dorchester penitentiary prison guards

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Now Showing - BEDTIME! by Bouge de là

Kim Rayworth, Managing director of The Capitol theatre says Bouge de là is an imaginative and colourful dance troupe that captures the imagination of kids wherever they dance.

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Ben McMichael - Food Depot in need

Ben McMichael of the Peter McKee Community Food Centre says the diminishing food supply at The Food Depot is forcing different charities to partner together to go door to door for food collection

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Moncton downtown parking

Steven Clerke of Gifts Galore on Main Street and Anne Poirier Basque, executive director of Downtown Moncton Inc. debate the importance of one of the last parking lots on east Main St.

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RCMP Labour Code trial

Terry McKee is a retired RCMP officer and Louis-Phillipe Theriault is a member of the RCMP in Moncton. They're both with the Mounted Police Professional Association of Canada.

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Driving data

CBC Consumer Watchdog Yvonne Colbert looks into auto insurance companies that could offer cheaper rates to drivers who accept data loggers in their vehicles

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Dr. Raj Bardwaj - Celiac disease

Our House Doctor Raj Bhardwaj tells us everything we need to know about the condition that affects hundreds of thousands of Canadians

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[mp3 file: runs 00:09:23]


Matt Robertson - Moncton Miracles

The Halifax Hurricanes are leading the Moncton Miracles 2-0 in the National Basketball League of Canada’s best of five play-offs. Assistant Coach Matt Robertson is staying positive and talking strategy.

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Gabrielle Fahmy - RCMP Trial

Two Codiac RCMP officers wept in court yesterday as they recalled the events of June 4, 2014 when a gunman killed three of their fellow officers. Our continued coverage of the RCMP Labour Code trial.

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Joseph Sanford - Naloxone

Medical students want naloxone kits made more accessible to people in New Brunswick to combat deaths caused by fentanyl.

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Vett Lloyd - Lyme Network

Vett Lloyd, a leading Canadian tick and Lyme researcher, explains the advantages of a new research network at Mount Allison University.

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New Brunswick Adoption Foundation

Courtney Pringle-Carver, co-chair of the New Brunswick Adoption Foundation talks about today's fundraiser and the status of adoptions in New Brunswick

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Down Inside: Thirty Years in Canada's Prison Service

Robert Clark, former deputy warden with Corrections Canada, gives us an inside look at Canada's prison system

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Debby Warren - Fentanyl crisis

Debby Warren is the executive director of AIDS Moncton and part of the government's working group to deal with Fentanyl

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Louis-Phillipe Thériault - RCMP Labour Code trial

The National Secretary for the Mounted Police Professional Association of Canada and member of the RCMP in Moncton speaks with CBC reporter Gabrielle Fahmy about what the force has done to improve conditions since 2014 when three officers were killed

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Colin Kennedy Robichaud - Adoption

12-year-old Colin Kennedy Robichaud of Moncton talks about his life as an adopted kid, along with new dad, Yves Robichaud

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John Carney - Anglers confused by closure

Miramichi angler John Carney questions DFO decision to close a section of the Northwest Miramichi River with the aim of protecting striped bass.

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Dr. Alier Marrero - NB at forefront of stroke treatment

Dr. Marrero, a neurologist at the Georges-L-Dumont Hospital, says New Brunswick is a leader in the treatment of strokes. He will moderate a panel of experts at a public forum organized by the NB Heart and Stroke Foundation on May 8 at the Moncton Lions Ce

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Ellen's Law

Following the tragic death of pro-cyclist Ellen Watters of Sussex last December, a new law to protect cyclists comes into effect in NB. Sheila Cameron, one of the proponents of the law, and MLA Chris Collins, talk about the changes it should bring.

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Becca Schofield Day

The third Saturday in September has been declared Becca Schofield Day in New Brunswick. We hear from Becca's mother, Anne Schofield.

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Bon Cop Bad Cop 2

Patrick Huard and Colm Feore talk with Vanessa about Bon Cop Bad Cop 2 - the sequel to their hugely popular and uniquely Canadian movie.

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Enid Egars - Barenaked Ladies' Enid

Jonna speaks with Enid Egars - yes THAT Enid - about being the namesake of the famous Barenaked Ladies tune.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:07:23]


Krysta Cowling - cycling conference

The Executive Director of La Bikery talks about the different events that are part of ACCESS, the Atlantic Community Cycling Conference on Environmental and Social Sustainability happening this Sunday at the Dieppe Farmer's Market

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[mp3 file: runs 00:06:21]


Josh Ouellette - Saving Atlas Park

Bathurst Youth Centre founder Josh Ouellette says his organization is taking over the Atlas Park in Pointe-Verte

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Gabrielle Fahmy - RCMP labour code trial

CBC reporter Gabrielle Fahmy is covering the RCMP Labour Code trial in Moncton in connection with the shooting deaths of three officers in 2014 and the wounding of two others

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[mp3 file: runs 00:06:01]


Paul Peters - Aging New Brunswickers

Paul Peters teaches Sociology and Economics at the University of New Brunswick. He reacts to new census data showing seniors outnumber kids in Canada

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[mp3 file: runs 00:06:24]


Baby's life saved by Bathurst police officer

Camie Basque explains how Bathurst police Sgt. Karl Hachey saved her baby son's life with CPR last Sunday

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Dr. Raj Bhardwaj - Allergies

Our House Doctor gives helpful advice to get through the allergy season

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[mp3 file: runs 00:08:03]


Now Showing - Rémi Bolduc Jazz Ensemble

Kim Rayworth, managing director of the Capitol Theatre talks about the Rémi Bolduc Jazz Ensemble's tribute to Oscar Peterson

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Heather Gunn - teens and sleep

According to recommendations by the Canadian Pediatric Society, teens between 9 and 10 hours of sleep every day. Teacher Heather Gunn will be giving a presentation called "It All Starts with Sleep" at the Annual Mental Health Symposium tonight at Harriso

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Dr. Farhad Bakezedah - Ping pong for your health

Dr. Farhad Bakezdah is a family physician and former ping pong champion and coach. He says ping pong is a great opportunity for people aged 40 and older to improve cognitive health as they age

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Downtown centre and plaza costs

Moncton councillors Greg Turner and Paul Pellerin react to the current cost overruns for the downtown centre and plaza

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Report on Matthew Hines prison death

CBC producer Karissa Donkin talks about the report on Matthew Hines death that was released by federal correctional investigator Ivan Zinger on Tuesday

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Ask Resurgo Place - Joseph Salter (Part 2)

James Upham is in charge of public programming at Resurgo Place in Moncton. This is part two of his story about Moncton's first mayor

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Ron Kelly Spurles - Bordertown Festival

The Manager of Tourism and Business Development for the town of Sackville talks about the upcoming Bordertown Festival coming up this Thursday

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WorkSafeNB rate increase

Carol O'Reilly, CEO of the Greater Moncton Chamber of Commerce and Patrick Colford, president of the New Brunswick Federation of Labour debate the rate increases for WorksafeNB

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Dawn Arnold - Downtown centre and plaza budget

Moncton Mayor Dawn Arnold explains how the city will pay for cost overruns for the downtown centre and plaza will be covered

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Louis-Philippe Theriault - RCMP labour code trial

Louis-Philippe Theriault is an RCMP member based in Moncton and the national secretary of the Mounted Police Professional Association of Canada. He speaks with CBC reporter Gabrielle Fahmy.

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Suzanne Kingston - NB adoption survey

The executive director of the NB Adoption Foundation talks about the survey results and how they'll be used to help find a home to the 400 children currently in care

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Roberta Pollock - Scholarship program

Roberta Pollock of the Moncton chapter of the Canadian Federation of University Women talks about its upcoming book drive and new scholarships

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[mp3 file: runs 00:05:39]


Richard Wilson - Gaming to help the homeless

The CTO and co-founder of rikkir inc. and HappyHousing.org explains how its mobile video games are raising money to help support local homelessness strategies

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Young home buyers

CBC reporter Tori Weldon speaks with Jonathan Haché who decided to buy a duplex at the young age of 21 instead of renting. Moncton realtor Chantal Albert says affordable prices are opening markets up to young people

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Jean-Claude Basque - Selling your plasma

The co-chair of the New Brunswick Health Coalition is trying to convince the City of Moncton that for-profit blood collection is a bad thing

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Pierre Battah - Influence at work

Our workplace columnist explains how employers increasingly value the ability to influence others and it's not just for upper management

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Dr. Jennifer Russell - NB fentanyl strategy

The acting chief medical officer of health for the province says the New Brunswick government has created a working group to deal with the spread of the drug, fentanyl

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[mp3 file: runs 00:08:20]


Frye Fest - Volunteers

Victoria Mutch and Caitlin Dutt talk about how they like being volunteers at the Frye Fest

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Paper, Pixels and the Lasting Impression of Books

The CBC's David Bartlett asked a few attendees of the Frye Fest how they prefer to consume their literature. Paper or pixels? Dave also speaks with author Merilyn Simonds who is a speaker at the Frye Fest

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ECMA gala awards show

CBC reporter Jericho Knopp was at the gala and spoke with different attendees

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Frye Fest - Moncton author Kerry-Lee Powell

Moncton author and poet Kerry Lee Powell speaks with Jonna about her short story collection

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Frye Academy

High school students Dominique Desrosiers and Emma Parlee are two members of this year's Frye Academy.

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Frye Fest - Diana Gabaldon

Diana Gabaldon is the author of the best-selling Outlander series. Gabaldon will present the Maillet - Frye Lecture Saturday at the Capitol Theatre.

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Frye Fest - The art of translation

Novelist, playwright and essayist Antonine Maillet and Governor General-Award winning author and translator Wayne Grady talk with Jonna about the art of translation

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Annette Vautour - Volunteers

The executive director of the Volunteer Centre for Southeastern New Brunswick talks about the importance of volunteering

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Dr. Pam Mansfield - Palliative care

The New Brunswick Hospice Palliative Care Association is holding an educational conference in Moncton this week. Dr. Pamela Mansfield is a Palliative Medicine Doctor in Moncton and she talks about where New Brunswick stands regarding palliative care.

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Terry McKee - RCMP Labour Code trial

Terry McKee is a retired RCMP officer and now serves as a media liaison with the Mounted Police Professional Association of Canada.

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Now Showing - EH440

Kim Rayworth, managing director of the Capitol Theatre talks about EH440. The a cappella group will perform at Capitol Theatre on May 2

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East Coast Music Awards - Acadie Rocks

The CBC's Bob Mersereau talks about the international recognition some Acadian artists are having and the positive influence it brings to other Acadian artists

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Elizabeth Kearns - Denim Day

The development coordinator with the New Brunswick Association for Community Living explains the meaning of Denim Day

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Tori Weldon - RCMP Labour Code trial

CBC reporter Tori Weldon updates us on the second day of the RCMP Labour Code trial being held in Moncton

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Dr. Raj Bhardwaj - Hearing problems

Our House Doctor talks about how hearing problems can have a negative effect on health care when it prevents patients from hearing their doctor's questions and treatment instructions

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[mp3 file: runs 00:07:52]


Pierre-Marcel Desjardins - Softwood lumber dispute

The Université de Moncton economist talks about what Canada's softwood lumber dispute means for New Brunswick

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Ask Resurgo Place - Joseph Salter (Part 1)

James Upham is in charge of public programming at Resurgo Place in Moncton. This is part one of his story about Moncton's first mayor. James will be back May 3 with Part 2.

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Mary Gatien - Organ donation

The director of the New Brunswick Organ and Tissue Program talks about the importance of organ donations and the National Organ and Tissue Awareness Week

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Canada's next astronaut?

Alex Delorey is one of 17 candidates left in the selection for Canada's next two astronauts. Jonna speaks with Alex along with his Riverview High physics teacher Ian Fogarty who he credits for encouraging him to keep learning

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RCMP Labour Code trial

Louis-Philippe Thériault, national secretary of the Mounted Police Professional Association of Canada and Terry McKee, a retired RCMP speak with CBC reporter Gabrielle Fahmy following the first day of the trial

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#BeccaToldMeTo - Tonight on The National

A CBC crew follows Riverview teen Becca Schofield and her family on their campaign of kindness

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Terry O'Reilly - Frye Fest

The marketing guru, author and CBC Radio host is in Moncton this week for Frye Fest. He speaks with Jonna about his new book and shares some tips for entrepreneurs

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Dale Hicks - "Keep Moncton Clean"

Moncton's Director of Operations for Parks, Recreation and Leisure says the city of Moncton is looking for volunteers to help clean up its parks and trails

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Alexander Shelley - Musical opportunity for Sistema NB

The conductor and Music Director of the National Arts Centre in Ottawa explains how Sistema students from Richibucto, Tobique First Nation, Saint John and Moncton will perform with Ottawa's National Arts Centre Orchestra on Saturday April 29

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Gilles Levasseur - Civil trial against the RCMP

Gilles Levasseur is a business and law professor at the University of Ottawa and he has been following this case.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:07:48]


Bob Campbell - Drug shortage for Parkinson sufferers

Due to a shortage of Amantadine, Bob Campbell says he is forced to cut his dosage of the drug that helps with Parkinson's related tremors

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Frye Fest - Irish authors

Jonna talks with Irish authors Marie-Louise Fitzpatrick, Oisín McGann, Deirdre Sullivan and Dave Rudden about writing for young readers

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Go Beyond Earth Day

Olivier Weil, Executive Director of Earth Day Metro Moncton talks about many different events that will take place on Sunday at the Moncton Farmers Market

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Dennis Prescott - Eat Delicious

Moncton's Dennis Prescott is a cook and food photographer extraordinaire. He talks about his new book "Eat Delicious: 125 Recipes for Your Daily Dose of Awesome"

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Cecile Cassista - Special care home fees

The executive director of the Coalition for Seniors' and Nursing Home Residents' Rights says the provincial government should play a bigger role in protecting seniors through publicly funded special care homes

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Esgenoôpetitj First Nation - Drug crisis

CBC reporter Bridget Yard talks with Theresa Bonnell, aunt of Ann Marie Lambert and addiction councillor Leo Bartibogue about the drug crisis their community is going through

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Ann Seamans - Riverview bridge detour

Riverview Mayor Ann Seamans, talks about the upcoming new bridge project linking Riverview and Moncton and the detour that will be used during construction

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Fentanyl in First Nations communities

Dr. Claudette Chase helps people in First Nations communities in northwestern Ontario deal with opioid addiction.

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Hossein Barar - Dolma Foods

The owner of Dolma Foods in Moncton talks about his new store that will soon re-open following the fire that gutted his previous store more than a year ago

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CBC investigates 2011 jail death

CBC reporter Connell Smith looks into the 2011 death of inmate Jeffrey Ryan who died in a correctional facility while deprived of his prescribed drugs

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Now Showing - Bobby Bazini

Kim Rayworth, managing director of the Capitol Theatre talks about Montreal singer/songwriter Bobby Bazini who will perform live at the Capitol Theatre Sunday, April 30

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Dr. Raj Bhardwaj - Parkinson's Disease research

Our House Doctor talks about the history of the disease and the research being done to find the cause and cure

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Paul Pellerin - Downtown centre and plaza costs

Moncton councillor Paul Pellerin is calling into question the cost of the city's downtown centre and plaza

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Bob Knuckle - RCMP labour code trial

Bob Knuckle, author and honorary life member of the RCMP, talks about the upcoming RCMP trial on four Labour Code violations following the shooting deaths of three Codiac RCMP officers in 2014.

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Veronique Cormier - Unpaid interns

CBC reporter Gabrielle Fahmy talks to 4th year Université de Moncton nursing student Veronique Cormier who says internships should have some sort of compensation for the students.

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"Full of Beans"

The comedy duo of Jimmy the Janitor and Lucien talk with Jonna about their upcoming "Full of Beans" tour.

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U-18 Canadian Curling Championships

Jonna speaks with Jacques Robichaud, president of the organizing committee for the inaugural Canadian Under-18 Boys and Girls Curling Championships. They're being held in Moncton April 18-22.

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Campbellton python death charges

CBC reporter Alan White looks into why criminal charges were laid against Jean-Claude Savoie of Campbellton when three different RCMP reviews of the case recommended no criminal charges be laid

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Julie McGivery - Pregnant marathoner

Julie McGivery of Moncton talks about her experience running in the Boston Marathon at 32 week pregnant

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Carl Watters - Miramichi Timberwolves

Assistant coach Carl Watters says this is the first time in their 17-year existence that the Timberwolves have reached the finals in the Maritime Junior A Hockey League championship

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Tori Weldon - Moncton Public Library controversy

CBC reporter Tori Weldon looks into why some people are calling for Moncton city councillor Blair Lawrence to recuse himself from any decisions involving the Moncton Public Library because his wife is chairperson of the library board

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Now Showing - Home Free

Kim Rayworth, managing director of the Capitol Theatre, talks about the all-vocal country band Home Free, coming to the Capitol Theatre April 26

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Jocelyn Cohoon - New Centennial Park pool

The director of leisure services for the city of Moncton shares details of the new pool planned for Centennial park

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Dr. Serge Melanson - "Why Wait?" campaign

The chief of staff in the Moncton area for Horizon Health talks about efforts to divert patients with non-emergencies away from the emergency department

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Pikey French - East end pool

The executive director of the Moncton East Youth Centre says that after four years, the city of Moncton has failed to follow through on the promise of a new pool for the community

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Southeastern NB maple season

David Briggs, owner of Briggs Maples and Heather Fraser who runs the city of Moncton's sugar camp near Turtle Creek talk about the mediocre yield southeastern New Brunswick is experiencing

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Dr. Raj Bhardwaj - Maple syrup extract

Our House Doctor explains how an extract of maple syrup may provide some answers in the fight against antibiotic resistance

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Ask Resurgo Place - The story of Brook Watson

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

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Downtown Centre Plaza

Mayor Dawn Arnold, city treasurer Greg Houser and councillor Bryan Butler discuss the $4.3 million approved last night to build the new downtown centre plaza

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Chris Collins - East end pool

News of a new $3.5 million pool for Moncton's Centennial Park is not going over well in the city's east end where families are waiting for a new neighbourhood pool of their own

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Catherine Dallaire - Wharf Village

Moncton's general manager of parks, leisure, culture and heritage explains why the city will not renew its lease with the current owner of the shops at Wharf Village

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Chantal Senecal - Food recovery

The executive director of the Food Depot talks about a new program to collect perfectly good food from grocery stores that would otherwise be thrown out

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Tristian Gaudet - Université de Moncton tuition

The president of the students federation talks about the cumulative effect tuition increases have on student debt

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Jacques LeBlanc - Shediac roadwork

Mayor Jacques LeBlanc explains how work to revitalize the downtown will unfold

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Tattoos for Humanity Project

Brad Dawe of Hell or Highwater Tattoo Shop explains how tattoo artists in Moncton banded together Sunday to help raise money for the Humanity Project. We also hear from Charles Burrell, founder of the Humanity Project.

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Yvonne Colbert - Radon

Consumer watchdog Yvonne Colbert explains why all homes should be tested for the presence of radon.

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Water quality in the Northumberland Strait

Mount Allison University professor Douglas Campbell and his environmental microbiology students are set to release the results of their study.

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John Murphy - Moncton's Wharf Village will be dismantled

The general manager of the Wharf Village shops and restaurant at Magnetic Hill Park says they have to close-up shop after more than three decades of operations.

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Dan Noël - Tax Free Savings Accounts

Our personal finance watcher Dan Noël talks about estate planning, and what happens when someone with a TFSA dies

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​Battle of Vimy Ridge concert

Michael Newnham, conductor of Symphony New Brunswick talks about "Canada Comes of Age", a concert to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the Battle of Vimy Ridge

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New RCMP station for Moncton

Moncton city councillors Charles Leger and Bryan Butler debate plans to build new headquarters for the Codiac Regional RCMP in Moncton. The city has budgeted between $35-million to $45-million for the project

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Dr.​ ​Linda Dalpé - Poverty and health

The retired family doctor explains how physicians in New Brunswick are using a "poverty tool" to help patients in financial need.

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Alexis Couture - Assomption Cathedral project

Alexis Couture, vice-president of Station Acadie, the non-profit group overseeing the Assomption Cathedral project, gives us an update.

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Developing Moncton's downtown

The City of Moncton held a public meeting Wednesday to get public input on a new plan to revitalize the city's downtown. CBC reporter Tori Weldon speaks with store co-owner Michelle Parker and consultant Jim Scott about parking issues

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Greg Engel - Organigram recall

The newly appointed CEO of Organigram explains what the company is doing to regain its organic classification and its customer's trust

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Min. Serge Rousselle - Parlee Beach

Minister Serge Rousselle explains how his department will now handle water testing at Parlee Beach. Tim Borlase, member of the Red Dot Association, a group with concerns about campground development and water quality in the area reacts

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Now Showing - Two In The Coop

Kim Rayworth, managing director of the Capitol Theatre, talks about the upcoming children play Two In The Coop

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Downtown Moncton Planning

Mayor Dawn Arnold, senior planner Sébastien Arcand, urban researcher Emily Phillips and consultant Jim Scott talk about the future of downtown Moncton

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Guy Cormier - "Wireologist"

Bridget Yard speaks with Charlo artist Guy Cormier. You can see his work at www.cbc.ca/news/canada/new-brunswick/wire-sculpture-artist-1.4054862

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Rose McLean - Ontario's property tax assessments

The chief operating officer of the Municipal Property Assessment Corporation in Ontario explains how her province conducts property tax assessments

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Dr. Raj Bhardwaj - Second opinions

Our House Doctor looks how valuable second opinions are... and how patients can ask for one

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Ice storm public meeting - Richibucto

The second public meeting to hear from New Brunswickers affected by the 2017 ice storm was held in Richibucto on Monday. The CBC's Shane Fowler speaks with the Minister of Justice and Public Safety Denis Landry and Ste Marie de Kent resident Neil Gardner

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NBCC Moncton - Food Truck Week

The CBC's Mackenzie Scrimshaw speaks with NBCC instructor Jason Blonde and student Devon Brittain about how college students are getting some real world experience this week running "food truck" stations in the college's kitchen

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Premier Brian Gallant - NB property assessments turmoil

Premier Brian Gallant explains

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The cost of moving the Moncton Public Library

New estimates show the cost of moving the library is double the previous estimate. City of Moncton councillors Greg Turner and Paul Pellerin reviewed the new estimate and speaks with Jonna

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Arthur Melanson - campground trail through wetland

Pointe-du-Chêne resident Arthur Melanson explains how a trail that crosses a wetland was built without the proper environmental assessment

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Ask Resurgo Place - Free meeting house

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

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Now Showing - Roller Derby Saved My Soul

Kim Rayworth, managing director of the Capitol Theatre, talks about the upcoming Roller Derby Saved My Soul

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Hairy Tease Productions - Swing Dance

Cast members Erik Jingles and Neal Mundle talk about the premiere of Lynda Martens' new comedy at Theatre l'Escaouette this Saturday

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Pre-owned suit drive

Joanne Murray of The John Howard Society of southeastern New Brunswick and Zach Dallaire, co-owner of Cecil & Sons explain how their suit drive will help local men

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Shawn Crossman - Future of Moncton High School

Moncton city councillor Shawn Crossman says Moncton should be more transparent with the mystery proposal for the building

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Donald Arseneault - SEED program

The minister responsible for post-secondary education, training and labour explains the changes in the summer employment program for students.

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Public meeting furor over Route 114

Transportation Minister Bill Fraser and district engineer Charles Doucet attended a public meeting in Hilsborough to explain to the area residents what is being done to reopen route 114 at Stoney Creek. CBC reporter Shane Fowler has reactions

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Kristal LeBlanc - Chase the Ace

The executive director of Beausejour Family Crisis Resource Centre in Shediac explains why she turned down proceeds from gambling

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Sarah Jackson - Walking across Canada

Edmonton resident Sarah Jackson started her walk across Canada in June 2015. She talks about her journey that should finish in St John's Newfoundland next May

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Charlie Burrell - The Humanity Project evicted

The founder of The Humanity Project says his organization will continue to serve hungry and homeless people

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Joe Leger - Report Card on Homelessness

The Coordinator of House of Nazareth in Moncton talks about homelessness in Moncton

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Information Morning panel - Legal age for consuming pot

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

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Moncton's Fibre Centre

Moncton is becoming a major hub city for commercial fibre optic distibution. Hunter Newby of Fibre Centre and Richard Dunn, economic development officer with the city of Moncton explain what it's all about

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Girls AAA hockey - Northern Panthers

Team manager Robert Holmes and players Emily Holmes and Angele Doucet explain how their perfect season will have them representing New Brunswick at the Atlantic Bantam AAA Female Championships in Moncton from April 6th to 9th

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Gordon Hum - Victim of racial profiling

Gordon Hum is a civil liberties advocate in Campbellton and he says he was a victim of racial profiling during a traffic stop last summer

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Jared Goodman - Hub City Young Professionals

Radio Canada's Janic Godin speaks with Jared Goodman, a young entrepreneur in Moncton who's involved in a number of ventures, about the current entrepreneurial environment in the Atlantic Region

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Joe Waugh - Smart Shift Summit

The residential energy efficiency consultant is one of the presenters at the Smart Shift Summit in Moncton

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Keith Carver - Route 114 update

The Hillsborough resident explains to reporter Tori Weldon how safety and wear and tear on their vehicles are becoming significant concerns

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Jordan Press - Politics of pot

The parliamentary reporter for The Canadian Press takes a closer look at this story and what it means for the provinces, now that the federal government has announced the date for legalization

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Raissa Marks - Smart Shift Summit

The Executive Director of the New Brunswick Environmental Network talks about the conference in Moncton dealing with climate change in New Brunswick

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Pierre Battah - Unconscious bias

Our workplace issues columnist explains why it's not always a good thing to hire the people who remind us of ourselves

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Go Public - Forgotten remains

The CBC's Rosa Marchitelli explains why a wrong number prevented Elizabeth Belding-Roe's husband's remains from being donated to science after he passed away

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Vinay Virmani - Canada Reads

Past panelist Vinay Virmani's insider look at the battle of the books

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Hockey for Becca

Cpl. Mike Gaudet of the Codiac RCMP and firefighter Chris Jackson of the Moncton Fire department talk about the Battle of the Badges hockey game tonight in support of the #BeccaToldMeTo campaign

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Tori Weldon - City of Moncton landswap

CBC reporter Tori Weldon gives us the details of the land swap deal between the city of Moncton and a local developer

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NB Child death review process

The New Brunswick government says it will look at how it can make the child death review process more transparent

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Euclide Chiasson - Repurposing school

The Pointe Verte resident explains to the CBC's Bridget Yard what's in store for the Séjour Jeunesse school, once it closes in June

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Danielle Dugas - Robberies in St-Louis de Kent

The St-Louis de Kent mayor is organizing a public meeting to talk about concerns about thefts and break-ins in the community and what's being done to find the culprits.

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Federal budget

Richard Saillant is a Moncton based economist and author

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Dr. Raj Bhardwaj - Weekend warriors

The CBC's house doctor has advice for weekend warriors who are dying to get outside and exercise

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Now showing - Bruno Pelletier

Kim Rayworth, managing director of the Capitol Theatre, talks about the upcoming concert featuring Bruno Pelletier

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Younes Bouida - Professional soccer in Moncton

The executive director of Soccer NB explains how Moncton could one day be home to a professional soccer team

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Emily Rothman - Teen dating violence

The co-author of a study on teen relationships says young people who experience psychological or physical violence from their partner could be a sign of things to come

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Norval McConnell - Bessborough School

Anglophone East District Education Council member Norval McConnell has an update on the future of the west end school.

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Vanessa Blanch - 21 Century School

Parents, community members and educators in Sackville are working on a plan to change the way kids learn.

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Gail Matchett - Waiting for thoracic surgery

Miramichi Nurse Gail Matchett says a current shortage of thoracic surgeons has derailed her surgery

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Dr. Stan Kutcher - Adolescent mental health

The Halifax-based adolescent mental health expert talks about a new study at Mount Allison University aimed at helping students and profs

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Occupy Mount A.

Organizer Tina Oh explains why students are calling for the university to divest its investments in fossil fuel companies. Robert Hiscock, Director of Marketing and Communications at Mount Allison University responds.

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Greg Forestell - The Lost Children

NB's chief coroner Greg Forestell's office is responsible for the child death review committee

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Codiac Transpo bus app.

Phillip Curley, CEO of HotSpot explains how the new app will allow you to go cashless

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Geoff Green - Northwest Passage voyage

The leader of the Canada C3 expedition explains how you can join the trip

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Danielle LeBlanc - Frye Festival

The executive director of Moncton's Frye Fest gives us an update on which authors will be attending this year

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Denise Coward - Dining in the dark

The executive director of CNIB New Brunswick talks about their upcoming fundraiser

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Native spirituality in jail

The CBC's Bridget Yard looks into a story about a man from Pabineau First Nation who was denied the right to practice native spirituality in jail.

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Connell Smith - Crisis averted

CBC reporter Connell Smith explains what happened when a quarter of a million Atlantic Salmon died in their cages in the Bay of Fundy during an outbreak of sea lice last summer

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Kelly Lamrock - Lost Children

The former Minister of Social Development Kelly Lamrock talks about his experiences with the Child Death Review Committee when he was part of that committee

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Minister Bill Fraser - Route 114

New Brunswick's minister of Transportation and Infrastructure Bill Fraser gives an update on what is being done to reopen route 114

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The Lost Children - New Brunswick's child and youth advocate

Jonna speaks with New Brunswick's Child and Youth Advocate Norman Bossé

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Post surgery panic

Lorenzo Doucet of Miramichi wants to know why it took days following his hip surgery before a home support worker checked in on him. Sharon Smyth-Okana, Surgical Director for the Vitalité Health Network, responds

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Becca's Song

Written and recorded by Thomas O'Hara of Riverview, Becca's Song was written in honour of Riverview teen Becca Schofield and her campaign of kindness

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Dominic "nic bee" Beland - Curly Pigs

The Riverside-Albert farmer will host a multi-media presentation on Sunday to tell people about raising Mangalitsa Pigs, also known as curly-haired pigs

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Dr. Raj Bhardwaj - Exercising your memory

The CBC's house doctor explains how new research reveals what we can do to help our memory as we age

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Second Chance Workshop - Fundraising

Leo Johnson, founder of the The Second Chance Workshop and Maurice Richard, president of its board of directors describe why and how they plan to purchase the building they currently occupy

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The Lost Children: Mona Sock

** This story contains graphic subject matter. ** Part three in our week-long series on child protective care in the province

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Althea Arsenault - Free tax clinics

The manager of resource development with the Economic and Social Inclusion Corporation says if you have a modest income and need assistance filing your income taxes this year, help is available

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Ask Resurgo Place - Spaghetti bridges

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

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Now Showing - The Vienna Boys' Choir

Kim Rayworth, managing director of the Capitol Theatre, talks about the upcoming concert featuring The Vienna Boys' Choir

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Albert Cyr - Suicides in Moncton

Retired psychologist Albert Cyr is surprised and concerned with Moncton’s higher number of suicides last year.

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Shawn Peterson - Property assessment errors

Shawn Peterson worries the government is not doing enough to help people understand and deal with the significant errors made in assessing their property values this year.

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The Lost Children: Juli-Anna St. Peter

** This story contains graphic subject matter. ** Part two in our week-long series on child protective care in the province.

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Cathy Donaldson - Caging the Anxiety Monster

Cathy Donaldson - Caging the Anxiety Monster Cathy Donaldson’s new book recounts her own battle with anxiety and depression, and how “Caging the Anxiety Monster” has helped her regain a sense of balance in her life.

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Peggy Feehan - Council for the Development of French in Louisiana

A rep from CODOFIL is in Moncton today on a mission to recruit French teachers

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Moncton Craft Brewers Collective

Chad Steeves and Mark SymesCraft talk about their new craft beer collective in the Moncton area

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Louise Comeau - Conservation Council of NB

Could the province chose a cap and trade carbon pricing model over a carbon tax? Jonna talks to the executive director of the Conservation Council of New Brunswick

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The Lost Children

**This story contains graphic subject matter.** Part one in our week-long series on child protective care in the province

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Bruce Dougan - Magnetic Hill Zoo

The manager of the Magnetic Hill Zoo talks about its new residents. The zoo is now open on Sundays

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MLA Brian Keirstead - Route 114 washout

The PC MLA for Albert-Lower Coverdale explains what's being done to fix the washout on route 114

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Steve Ward - Property taxes

The director of Valuation Services at Service New Brunswick describes how the rates are determined and what you can do to contest your evaluation

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David Common - Funeral business

CBC TV's Marketplace investigates a funeral business after complaints that some homes are taking advantage of vulnerable and emotional customers

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Jason Surette - Big Hearts/Small City

The founder of Big Hearts Small City says his organization needs volunteers for a few hours a week. _

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Handcrafted coffins

Ron Christie of Big River, near Bathurst, has built hand-made coffins for himself and his wife Irene

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Minister Victor Boudreau off Parlee Beach file

CBC reporter Jacques Poitras explains why NB Health Minister Victor Boudreau recused himself from the Parlee Beach file

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Preserving Indigenous culture

Jenny Hill is the President of Dadavan Systems, the company behind the project that aims to preserve Indigenous cultures with the use of the internet

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Now showing - Hank Williams Live 1952

Kim Rayworth, managing director of the Capitol Theatre, talks about the musical theatre production featuring the music and stories of Hank Williams.

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Brad Walters - Infrastructure and climate change

The professor in the Department of Geography and Environment at Mount Allison University says climate change is eroding aging infrastructure along the coast in this province

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Murray Beach - Province investigates private trailer park

CBC reporter Gabrielle Fahmy talks about the investigation by the province of Strang's Shore Camping, a private trailer park in Murray Beach

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Roundtable - International Women's Day

Chantal Landry is the executive director of Habitat for Humanity in Moncton, Carol O'Reilly is CEO of the Greater Moncton Chamber of Commerce and Tammy Rampersaud is a Riverview town councillor

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Samantha Bates - The victims of cybercrimes

Researcher Samantha Bates who wrote a thesis titled "Stripped: An Analysis of Revenge Porn Victims' Lives after Victimization" talks about victims of cybercrimes

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Wayne MacKay - Cybercrimes and the law

Dalhousie University human rights law professor Wayne MacKay says cyber bullying laws need an update

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Peter Murphy - Revamped Miramichi legion

CBC reporter Bridget Yard talks to the president of Branch 10 of the Royal Canadian Legion in Miramichi about it's new location and new look

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Judy Morison - New Brunswick Mat Registry

Judy Morison who started the New Brunswick Mat Registry, tells us what is being done to save the province's rich rug hooking history

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Minister Bill Fraser - Route 114 detour

New Brunswick's Transportation Minister Bill Fraser explains what needs to be done to repair the washout at Stoney Creek and how the detour will affect traffic on this popular tourist route

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Alex Delorey - Working his way up!

The Riverview native is getting closer to being one of Canada's next two astronauts

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The Special Olympics World Winter Games

Dieppe skater Veronique LeBlanc will be participating in The Special Olympics World Winter Games next week in Austria

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Nicole Daigle - Fat biking

The product develoment officer of Kouchibouguac National Park talks about the annual Fat Bike Festival.

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Roxann Guerette - "Chaos on campus"

The president of the student federation at U de M explains the ongoing campaign to end vicious email attacks against young woman at the university.

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Yvon Lapierre - A bridge too narrow

The mayor of Dieppe tells us about a project to widen the Harrisville Boulevard Bridge.

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Jac Gautreau - Uniquely Viola

Moncton producer Jac Gautreau speaks about a feature documentary on the life of Viola Léger.

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Jenna Morton - March break activities

The founder of the parenting website Pickle Planet Moncton has a few suggestions to keep kids entertained during the upcoming March break

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Sarah Grandisson - U de M Sexual Violence

Université de Moncton student Sarah Grandisson is part of a committee creating a campus policy on sexual assault

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Shelley Landsburg - Mumps in NB

The Director of the Communicable Disease Control Branch, part of the Office of the Chief Medical Officer, shares an update on the disease

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Framework for Lyme disease

Janet Higgins, president of Lyme NB and New Brunswick MP Karen Ludwig react to the proposed federal framework for Lyme disease

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Now showing - Backyard Devils

Kim Rayworth, managing director of the Capitol Theatre, talks about the upcoming concert featuring The Backyard Devils and opening act Tomato Tomato on March 9th

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Sean Cooper - Burn Your Mortgage

The author of "Burn Your Mortgage: The Simple, Powerful Path to Financial Freedom for Canadians" talks about how and why he paid off his mortgage in three years

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David Shipley - "Revenge porn"

UNB's director of strategic initiatives for information technology services talks about online sexual exploitation following news of the devastating email campaign against a U de M student

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Information Morning panel - Bike helmet law

Our Information Morning panel: Ben Champoux and Chris MacDonald

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Tyler Hache - To Nashville and back

Moncton musician Tyler Hache tells us what he was up to in Music City

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Dorchester - Route 106 detour

CBC reporter Mackenzie Scrimshaw speaks with commuter Danny Lawrence and Dorchester's Volunteer Fire Chief Gregory Partridge about the recurring closures of Route 106 near Dorchester

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Heather Fraser - Moncton Maple Sugar Camp

Moncton's Natural Resources Program Coordinator talks about how things are already picking up steam at the city of Moncton's sugar camp

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Université de Moncton - malicious e-mails

Université de Moncton president Raymond Théberge and Roxann Guerrette, president of the students federation talk about the recent malicious e-mail attack against a student

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Akram Ben Salah - Seeking refuge in NB

The executive director of the New Brunswick Refugee Clinic talks about the influx of asylum seekers from the United States into Canada and what to expect here in New Brunswick

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Buried fire hydrants

Éric Dubé, superintendent of Public Works for the city of Dieppe and Conrad Landry, Dieppe's fire chief explain how the city deals with the clearing of fire hydrants following snow storms

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CBC investigates - Python attack charges

The CBC's Alan White looks into why Jean-Claude Savoie of Campbellton faced a trial in the python asphyxiation deaths of two boys, despite many recommendations against charges.

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Darren Rumble - Wildcats win

Wildcats coach Darren Rumble speaks with CBC reporter Matt Bingley about the end of the team's losing streak.

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Dr. Christin Muecke - Health inspectors at Moncton Market

The acting deputy chief medical officer of health explains why market vendor guidelines are being enforced

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Bob Osborne - Time to think gardening

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Sergeant Marc Fortin - Designer drugs

RCMP Sergeant Marc Fortin explains how the RCMP are handling the new world of chem lab concoctions that are showing up in New Brunswick

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Tuition Relief for the Middle Class

Students Jessica Donovan and Kjeld Conyers-Steede explain to CBC reporter Lauren Bird how these new changes will affect them

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Krystal Cormier - Campbellton swim championship

The Social Committee Director for the Campbellton Aquatika Club talks about the Marianne Limpert Team Championship that is happening this weekend

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Dr.Danielle Martin - Improving Canada's health care

Dr. Danielle Martin is a family doctor at Toronto's Women's College Hospital and the author of Better Now

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Dangers of street drugs

CBC reporter Tori Weldon speaks with Neil Young, program manager of the Drug Intervention Program at Youth Impact Moncton and Debby Warren, Executive Director of AIDS Moncton about new drugs that are showing up on our streets

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Now showing - Oliver

Marshall Button, Director of production, Tony Delgado, musical director, Glenda Landry, actor and Kim Rayworth, managing director of the Capitol Theatre all join Vanessa Blanch to talk about the upcoming musical "Oliver" at the Capitol Theatre

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Moncton Hospital - Funding announcement

CBC reporter Mackenzie Scrimshaw speaks with Dr. Serge Melanson, chief of staff at the Moncton Hospital and with Dr. Ken Gillespie, medical director for women and children's health about the funding the hospital will receive to build separate units for ne

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Moncton Wildcats losing streak

Moncton Wildcats superfan Ron Leger and coach Darren Rumble speak with CBC reporter Tori Weldon about the unwanted record they are approaching

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Ask Resurgo Place - Molly Kool

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

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Michael Denham - Small business advice

The head of the Business Development Bank of Canada says the gap between Canadian and US businesses is widening. He's in Moncton today to tell entrepreneurs how they can catch up

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