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NB: Information Morning (Moncton)

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

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The truth about "post-truth"

We're now living in a "post-truth" era. But are we? And if we are, what are the origins of this idea that the truth no longer exists?

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When brands fail internationally

Why some big name brands fail when they attempt to expand internationally.

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Human-Animal Relations

6 podcasts about our complex relationships with animals.

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Nixon's lawyer 'having nightmares' over Trump presidency

John Dean, one of the key figures implicated in the Watergate scandal says he's so worried about Donald Trump's impending presidency that he's having nightmares.

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Korean student teachers

A group of Korean Student teachers will train in New Brunswick due to the teacher contract dispute in Nova Scotia.

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Michelle Allain - Women's-only ATV club

Michelle Allain talks about the very successful ATV club she started four years ago for women in Memramcook

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Now showing - Machine de Cirque

Kim Rayworth, managing director of the Capitol Theatre talks about "Machine de Cirque". The troupe will be performing at the Capitol Theatre on February 7

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Gabrielle Fahmy - Parlee Beach water

CBC reporter Gabrielle Fahmy says new information obtained through a Right to Information request shows the water quality was poor a lot more often than previously declared

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Maxime Gauvin - Disco soup

The executive Director of Really Local Harvest talks about a food event coming up this weekend in Dieppe

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Remembering Acadian leader Jean-Guy Rioux

Tracadie-Sheila MLA Serge Rousselle talks about Jean-Guy Rioux who was an advocate for education and linguistic rights for francophones in New Brunswick

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Lost Stories Project - Sheldrake Island

Professor Ron Rudin of Concordia University and Marika Drolet-Ferguson of Tracadie update us on the project to commemorate the leper colony of Sheldrake Island

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Ask Resurgo Place - Radio CNR

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

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Old Moncton High School

Moncton city councillors Paulette Theriault and Greg Turner talk about the different proposals for the old Moncton High School

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Jason Lawson - Thin ice

Jason Lawson talks about his icy bath in the Richibucto River

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Samantha Wilson - Strawberries in January

The director of the Live Bait production "Strawberries in January" talks about the upcoming play in Sackville

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Moncton city council

CBC reporter Tori Weldon brings us an update from the January 16 public session

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David and Donda Holt - Adoption blacklist

The CBC's Karissa Donkin looks into David and Donda Holt's adoption experience and their call for changes to the way the province of New Brunswick handles adoptions

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Ken MacLeod - NBYO's big announcement

The president and CEO of the New Brunswick Youth Orchestra talks about world famous Canadian composer Howard Shore who will compose a piece for the NBYO to celebrate Canada's 150th anniversary

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Dr Mark Johnston - PTSD and the RCMP

Psychiatrist Dr Mark Johnston says PTSD treatment for RCMP officers improving, but not quickly enough

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Charles Leger - Moncton council and Ellen's law

The city of Moncton council will vote on the motion to support the call for Ellen's Law at Monday's public meeting

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Daniel Landry - Caraquet awaits tall ships

Daniel Landry of economic development for the the town of Caraquet talks about the three tall ships that will visit the town of Caraquet on Canada Day weekend

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Erin Alvarez - First responders and PTSD

Erin Alvaraz is director of communications for the Tema Conter Memorial Trust, an organization that helps first responders and their families talks about families dealing with PTSD

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Dr Michael Forsythe - Orthopaedic surgery wait time

The Moncton Hospital surgeon talks about what's being done to reduce wait time for hip and knee surgeries

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Robert Sherman - Phoenix pay system

Radio-Canada reporter Karine Godin speaks with the retired civil servant who is trying to get feedback from the government about his missing severance pay

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Courtney Sarault - Speedskating for Canada

The 16-year-old speed skater from Moncton will represent Canada at the World Junior Championship in Innsbruck, Austria

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Now showing - Lion Bear Fox

Kim Rayworth, managing director of the Capitol Theatre talks about the "musical brotherhood" of Lion Bear Fox performing at the Capitol theatre on February 3rd

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Marshall Button - Donations to the Capitol theatre

The artistic director of the Capitol Theatre talks about two philanthropic donations the theatre is receiving

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Orthopaedic surgery wait time

The CBC's Gabrielle Fahmy speaks with Gilles Lanteigne, president of the Vitalité Health Network and with Paul Godin, a patient waiting for a hip replacement at the Dr Geoges Dumont Hospital about the effort to reduce wait time for orthopaedic surgery

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Mark Clements - Mental illness and the RCMP

The retired Codiac RCMP officer says there's still a stigma within the RCMP when it comes to mental illness

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Peter Keleghan - 'Once an Immigrant'

A new CBC first person documentary is looking at the question of 'when an immigrant feels at home in their adoptive country'. Canadian actor Peter Keleghan is co-writer, executive producer and host of the documentary

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Normand Pelletier - Free commercial land

Dalhousie mayor Normand Pelletier talks about his town's new strategy to attract businesses

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Carol O'Reilly - Hiring Syrians

The CEO of the Greater Moncton Chamber of Commerce explains what local businesses have to say about hiring newcomers to the city

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Mark Clements - PTSD and the RCMP

Mark Clements is a retired RCMP constable who suffers from PTSD. The CBC's Tori Weldon speaks with him and his wife Debby about why he's unable to receive his 25 year RCMP service medal

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Help for families with sick children - NaviCare

Rima Azar is a professor of psychology at Mount Allison University and one of the lead researchers who helped develop the program and Sherry Vautour is a registered nurse and patient navigator for NaviCare

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Community teaching kitchen

The Peter McKee Community Food Centre in Moncton is getting closer to opening a community teaching kitchen where they will not just hand out food but teach people how to cook and preserve. CBC reporter Kate Letterick speaks with Gabrielle Johnson

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Travis Lindsay - CBC Open Mic comedy contest

The CBC's Open Mic comedy contest at this year's HubCap Comedy Festival is coming up. Last year's winner has some tips

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Block Parent program in Sackville

CBC reporter Tori Weldon speaks with Linda Patterson of the New Brunswick Block Parent program and with Jean-Francois LeBlanc who is a civilian who works as the community programs officer for the Sackville RCMP

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Allan Hudson - Winter winery work

The CBC's Jill English visits Richibucto River Wine Estate to see what goes on during the winter months

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Debby Warren - Disposing of used needles

The executive director of AIDS Moncton explains what should be done when people find used needles that were not disposed of properly

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Ruth Ann Swansburg - New Year's resolutions for saving money

If one of your resolutions is saving money this year, Moncton Coupon Lady Ruth Ann Swansburg has advice for you

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Ardath Whynacht - PTSD and family violence

Much of the conversation around the tragedy in Upper Big Tracadie Nova Scotia last week has focused on PTSD. The Mount Allison Sociology professor says we shouldn't lose sight of the victims.

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Zane Korytko - Fitness resolutions

The CEO of the Greater Moncton YMCA has some tips on how to stick to your resolutions

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Now showing - Brett Kissel

Kim Rayworth, managing director of the Capitol Theatre talks about rising country music star Brett Kissel who will perform at the Capitol Theatre February 1

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Jeska Grue - Sackville's sustainable fashion

CBC reporter Tori Weldon speaks with the owner of the successful online business, jeskagrue.ca

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Nova Scotia tragedy

Former CFB Gagetown soldier Lionel Desmond and three other family members were found dead in a residence in Upper Big Tracadie, Nova Scotia this week

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Roger Melanson - Trade with Mexico

New Brunswick's minister responsible for trade and president of the Treasury Board talks of a new report by the Conference Board of Canada which suggests Mexico and Canada may be ideal trade and investment partners _

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David Melanson - Moncton High School Hockey Classic

The chair of the The Moncton High School Hockey Classic talks about the 42nd edition of the tournament that starts on January 5th

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Gena Alderson - Southeast Eco360

The waste diversion coordinator at Southeast Eco360 explains how they will start enforcing the three-bag garbage collection pickup schedule

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Bill Anderson - Poley Mountain update

The general manager at Poley Mountain talks about the early start to the ski season

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JP Lewis - The NDP in New Brunswick

The political science professor at UNBSJ reacts to the resignation of the NDP leader and talks about the NDP in New Brunswick

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Kim Eagles - Decluttering for new year

The owner of Kaos Solutions in Moncton has tips on decluttering our homes...and ourselves, if we need it

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Ben Morrison - Embrace the co-parenting dad

The local dad who shares equal parenting responsibilities says it's time for people to realize the traditional role of being a father has changed

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Mike Drak - A retirement book about not retiring

Mike Drak is the co-author of "Victory Lap Retirement," and he wants people to think about this phase of life in a new way

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Dominic Cardy - Stepping down

Dominic Cardy is the former leader of the NDP in New Brunswick

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Jenna Morton - Keeping kids busy

The founder of Pickle Planet Moncton has a few suggestions to keep kids busy this week

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Dan Noel - Tax changes for 2017

Our personal finance watcher talks about tax changes for 2017

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Scott Smith - President of Hockey Canada

Bathurst native Scott Smith will become Hockey Canada's President on Canada Day

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2016 à la Lucien

Lucien, a.k.a. Marshall Button, takes a look back at the year that was.

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Fundy National Park celebrates Canada’s 150th

Fundy National Park will be open this winter and is encouraging New Brunswickers to spend the night in a rustic cabin, an oTENTik or a yurt.

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Amherst Artisan Market

A group of artists have come together to bring new life to the historic Dayle’s department store, which closed about a year ago, leaving a huge hole in downtown Amherst.

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Richard Saillant - NB's solo health care deal with Ottawa

The director of The Donald J. Savoie Institute at l'Universite de Moncton reacts to the Gallant government decision

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Moncton's Santa and Mrs. Claus

Paul Nickerson and Janet Cormier-Churchill enjoy dressing as Santa and Mrs. Claus and spreading joy around the Greater Moncton Area

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Laurie Joudrey - How The Grinch Stole Christmas

Former Information Morning host Laurie Joudrey was recorded in front of a live audience during a CBC open house in 2008

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Carole Mazerolle - Making Morgan well

Carolle Mazerolle, the mother of 10-year-old Morgan Doucet, speaks with Radio Canada's Michel Nogue about her son's health battle

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Philippe Myers - World junior hockey championships

Dieppe's Philippe Myers is the lone Maritimer with team Canada at the World Jr Hockey championships. He speaks with Radio-Canada's François LeBlanc

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Natalie Davison - Project Nice List

Project Nice List is trying to keep New Brunswickers on Santa's good side this season. Elf Natalie Davison explains what they do.

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Shelley Duncan LeBlanc - Dangerous school bus stop

Memramcook mother Shelley Duncan LeBlanc explains how her daughter's school bus stop has been relocated to what she considers a dangerous place

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Josh Tabish - CRTC broadband internet decision

The Campaigns Director for Open Media explains why the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission ruled broadband internet is an essential service for Canadians _

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Kelly Hare - Emilie's wish

The provincial director of the New Brunswick chapter of the Children's Wish Foundation talks about cancer stricken teenager Emilie Holmes-David and her musical wish

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Now Showing - 'Twas The Night Before Christmas

Kim Rayworth, managing director of the Capitol Theatre, talks about the upcoming Dufflebag Theatre production at the Capitol theatre

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Jessica Moorhouse - Money and the holidays

Personal Finance Expert, Blogger and Podcaster Jessica Moorhouse talks about the best ways to reduce financial stress and how to recover if you do overspend for the holidays

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Ask Resurgo Place - Origin of the Christmas tree

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

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Heather Patterson - Sackville's Project Linus

The CBC's Tori Weldon speaks with Heather Patterson about Project Linus, which gives homemade blankets to children in crisis

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Tammy Rampersaud - #BeccaToldMeTo

The Riverview town councillor talks about how her community is getting together to support a terminally ill teenager and her quest to make the world better.

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Chantal Senecal - Food box delivery

The executive director of Moncton's Food Depot Alimentaire explains how 1800 food boxes will be delivered to the needy for the holiday season

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Sheila Cameron - Welcoming the winter solstice

Moncton winter enthusiast Sheila Cameron welcomes the winter solstice along with Jonna Brewer

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Gaetan Thomas - Mactaquac Dam

The president and CEO of NB Power Gaetan Thomas explains to the CBC's Harry Forestell the decision to refurbish the Mactaquac dam.

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David Myles - Merry Noël

David Myles talks about his upcoming performance on Information Morning with Caroline Savoie. The bilingual special will air Dec. 23 between 8:00-9:00 am

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Moncton council approves 2017 budget

Councillor Shawn Crossman and former councillor Brian Hicks oppose the pay raise for council that was part of the new budget for 2017

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New Canadians

CBC's Kate Letterick speaks with Geraldine Oduoza-Onyewchi, Ibis Leblanc and Taher Bennani at their swearing in ceremony in Dieppe

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Battah’s books

Pierre Battah is here with his top reading picks from the world of work in 2016.

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Percy Best - New bridge flooding fears

The Sackville resident is worried plans for a bridge to replace the Petitcodiac causeway may aggravate his community’s flooding problems.

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Remembering Bill Malenfant

Dieppe Mayor Yvon LaPierre, MP Ginette Petitpas-Taylor and retired judge Mike McKee share their memories of former mayor of Dieppe, Bill Malenfant.

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Raj Lada - Christmas tree research

Raj Lada is a professor at Dalhousie University's faculty of agriculture and works at the Christmas Tree Research Centre in Bible Hill, Nova Scotia

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Daniel LeBlanc - Petitcodiac bridge announcement

The former head of the Petitcodiac Riverkeepers reacts to the announcement of new bridge to replace the causeway

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Aloma Jardine - Mount Allison fire anniversary

The communications officer at Mount Allison University talks about the 75th anniversary of the tragic fire that killed four students in a dormitory at Mt. A

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Taste of Syria catering

CBC reporter Kashmala Fida speaks with Dumoaa Alwaeri and the president of the Syrian Women's Economic and Social Development Initiative Veronica Carpenter

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Peter Moorhouse - 12 Scams of Christmas

The president and CEO of the Better Business Bureau serving the Atlantic provinces cautions us of new and recurring scams of the holiday season

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Now Showing - Snow Queen

Kim Rayworth, managing director of the Capitol Theatre, talks about the upcoming stage adaptation of Hans Christian Anderson's Snow Queen

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Dr.Joshua Tepper - Exercise for older people

Dr. Josh Tepper is a family doctor and an associate professor in the Department of Family Medicine at the University of Toronto

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The rising cost of public safety

Raymond Murphy is with the Union of Municipalities of New Brunswick and Frederick Dion is director general of l'Association francophone des municipalités du Nouveau-Brunswick

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Nidal Rashid - Syrians refugees employment

The Syrian civil engineer speaks with Nicolas Steinbach of Radio Canada about the difficulties of finding employment

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Kim Schaschel - The Princess and the Purse

Kim Schaschel and her coworkers at the New Brunswick Community College in Moncton are helping collect purses to give women with low income

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Armand Doucette - 2017 Global Teacher Prize

Riverview High school teacher Armand Doucette has been shortlisted for the biggest teaching prize in the world

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Ian Culbert - Canadian recreational marijuana recommendations

The Executive Director of the Canadian Public Health Association reacts to the task force recommendations on the use of recreational marijuana

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Wiggle seats in Sackville classroom

CBC reporter Tori Weldon visited the classroom and spoke with teacher Krista Royama and student Emma-Grace Campbell

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Janet Hamilton - Mapleton Teaching Kitchen

The coordinator of the Mapleton Teaching Kitchen at Moncton Headstart talks about some of the challenges for people receiving Christmas food boxes

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Dennis Cochrane - MH Rennaissance Inc.

The president of MH Rennaissance Inc. explains and updates us on the project

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NB'er tracking Santa for NORAD

Nigadoo native Lieutenant-Commander Chris Hachey is part of the NORAD team tracking Santa

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Fayza Al Hariri - Refugee's first anniversary

CBC's Viola Pruss speaks with Syrian refugee Fayza Al Hariri about her first year in Canada

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Ann Seamans - Riverview's 2017 budget

The mayor of Riverview highlights the main points of her municipality's 2017 budget

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Kevin Lacey - Reaction to NB tax breaks

The Atlantic Director of the Canadian Taxpayers Federation is shocked by details of multi million dollar tax breaks in New Brunswick

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Mr D - Keeping students motivated

Education columnist Armand Doucet says the books shouldn't be put away completely during the holidays, especially with high school students

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Yvon Lapierre - Dieppe's 2017 budget

The mayor of Dieppe highlights the main points of his municipality's 2017 budget

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Monique Bourque - Cooking for Cancer

The district manager of the Canadian Cancer Society in Moncton talks about their upcoming fundraiser

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Min. Cathy Rogers - NB tax breaks

The NB finance minister speaks with CBC reporter Robert Jones about the existing tax breaks in New Brunswick

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Jeremy Hallihan - Buddy the bear

Boisetown resident Jeremy Hallihan talks about Buddy the bear cub and his temporary home at the Atlantic Wildlife Institute

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Min. Denis Landry - Stiffer impaired driving penalties

The New Brunswick minister of justice and public safety explains how impaired drivers will face new procedures and stiffer penalties next spring

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Dan Noel - Medicinal marijuana stock market

Our personal finance watcher has warnings for those who are planning on investing in medicinal marijuana producers

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Allison Devereaux - Rising lobster prices

CBC reporter Allison Devereaux looks at how the Asian demand for lobster is boosting prices here in Canada

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Habitat for Humanity

Shelby Murray and her mother Carolyn speak to CBC reporter Tori Weldon about their new home in Salisbury

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Property tax deals in NB

CBC reporter Robert Jones has been investigating how decades old property tax deals are still in effect today in New Brunswick

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Susan Butler - Miramichi Folksong Festival

The director of the Miramichi Folksong Festival talks of next year's festival which will also celebrate it's 60th anniversary

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Ian Jack - Sleep deprivation and driving

The managing director of communications and government relations for CAA National says a lack of sleep could be just as dangerous as drinking and driving

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Bessborough School turkey drive

CBC reporter Kashmala Fida speaks to Bessborough School principal Nick Mattatall and students Matthew Zeigler, Avery Dolan and Ryan Budwill

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Dr Jennifer Russell - Fentanyl

The Acting Chief Medical Officer of Health for New Brunswick talks about what the government is doing behind the scenes to prepare for a fentanyl outbreak

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Danielle LeBlanc - Books for Christmass

The executive director for the Frye Festival in Moncton has a few suggestions

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Now Showing - Acadian Christmas concert

Kim Rayworth, managing director of the Capitol Theatre, talks about the upcoming concert reuniting Les Muses, les Frères Belivo and Roland Gauvin

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Nancy Hutchison - Call centre worker abuse

The head of the health and safety department of the Canadian National office of the United Steelworkers says more should be done to protect workers

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Lorraine Cormier - Princess and the Purse

Lorraine Cormier is with a group that collects slightly used purses filled with beauty products and other gifts for women with low income

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Brad Walters - NB climate action plan

Brad Walters is a professor of Geography and Environment at Mount Allison University in Sackville

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Karissa Donkin - Investigating rehab services

CBC producer Karissa Donkin talks about a CBC investigation into rehab services in New Brunswick

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Isabelle LeBlanc - Parking pilot project

The city of Moncton's director of communications explains how an experiment with winter overnight parking in the downtown will take effect

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The Butler - Office Christmas party etiquette

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

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Has Christmas lost its meaning?

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

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David Coon - Conflict at Parlee Beach

New Brunswick's Green Party leader says health minister Victor Boudreau shouldn't have anything to do with Parlee Beach

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Conservative leadership debate

CBC's Parlimentary bureau reporter Catherine Cullen attended the debate

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Dave Small - Soup kitchen needs money

The Chair of the Board for the Ray of Hope Soup Kitchen says their organization is in jeopardy

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Lisa Dow - Christmas spirit

The director of Employment Support Peer Helper's Program Inc says you can get into the Christmas spirit and support a good cause at the same time.

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Rob Moore - PC leadership debate

The Conservative Opposition Critic for Atlantic Canada takes a look at the Conservative Leadership race and the candidates debate in Moncton

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Kayla Breelove-Carter - affordable housing

The Community Development Officer for Social Inclusion with the city of Moncton talks about a housing supply, needs, and demand assessment for the communities of Dieppe and Moncton

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Alex LeBlanc - Syrian refugees

The executive director of the New Brunswick Multicultural Council explains how New Brunswick is preparing to welcome more Syrian refugees before Christmas

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Gilles Theriault - Remembering Christian Brun

The founder of the Maritime Fishermen's Union talks about his friend, MFU director general Christian Brun, who was killed in a car accident December 5

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Gabrielle Fahmy - Parlee Beach water

CBC reporter Gabrielle Fahmy looks how further developments around Parlee Beach could also affect the water quality

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Kim Eagles - Organizing for Christmas

The owner of Kaos solutions in Moncton is an organizer and decluttering expert

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Min. Victor Boudreau - Parlee Beach water quality

The New Brunswick health minister explains why he will wait for an interdepartmental committee's recommendations before he takes action on water quality issues at Parlee Beach

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Asha Tomlinson - Air Miles backdown

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

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Wizard of Oz - Tantramar Regional High School

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

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Dr. Scott Mawdsley - Parlee Beach water

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

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MP Ginette Petitpas-Taylor - Housing first project

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

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Housing challenges

CBC reporter Kashmala Fida speaks with Sabrina Eatmon and Joseph Garland

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The Capitol theatre presents "Oliver"

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

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Now Showing - Nutcracker

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

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Charlie Rhindress - Esther Fest

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

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Gabrielle Fahmy - Parlee Beach water

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

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Ask Resurgo Place - Clovis Caribou Hunters

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

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Auditor General's Report - Meat inspections

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

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Jason Surette - Rooming house evictions

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

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Ashley Barnaby - Little warrior Zaccari

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

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Tim Aubry - Housing first strategy

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

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Greg Turner - Booting cars

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

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Mr D - learning amidst information overload

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

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Rémi Landry - Sexual assaults in the military

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

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Bryan Dube - Firefighters calendar

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

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CBC's Go Public - Credit reports

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

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Pierre Battah - On the job

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

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Kelly Anne Denton - Homecoming

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

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Cedric Frenette - Tree of Hope radiothon

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

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Jason Deroche - Tree of Hope radiothon

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

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Dr. Rodney Ouellette - Tree of Hope radiothon

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

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Now showing - Bette MacDonald

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

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Moncton - Tim Horton Capital

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

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Alex Delorey - Working his way up

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

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Searching for Chris Metallic

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

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Santa letter

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

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Catherine Harrop - Inside the Lodge

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

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School cafeteria food

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

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Inclusive classrooms - part 2

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

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Danielle LeBlanc - Diana Gabaldon

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

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Louise Comeau - Phasing out coal

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

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Moncton city council

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

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Inclusive classrooms

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

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Ryan Scrivens - Right-wing extremism

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

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Moncton Coupon Lady - Christmas budget tips

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

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Terry Boudreau - Shediac Bay water

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

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Three bag trash system

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

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St. Thomas basketball players take a knee

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

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John Higham - Sackville town hall security

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

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Bob McKeown - Brain injuries in the CFL

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

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Karen McGrath - Horizon's new CEO

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

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Amy Sock - RCMP watchlist

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

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Remi Donelle - Water contamination

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

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Now showing - Còig

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

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Niobe Thompson - Organ donations

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

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Viola Léger - A conversation

Acadian actress and former senator, Viola Léger

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Consumer watchdog - Dispensing fees

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

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Jean-Claude Basque - Food Banks

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

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Soaring Spirits Moncton Vivre avec le deuil

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

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Ask Resurgo Place - Super bore

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

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Chris Hadfield - The Darkest Dark

Astronaut Chris Hadfield talks about his new children's book

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Dr Yves Léger - Tuberculosis at Sunny Brae Middle School

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

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Adam Lordon - Miramichi byelection

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

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Dial M for Murder

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

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Dan Noel - Stock market reactions

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

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Tina Morningstar - Morningstar trial

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

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Joel Richardson - NAFTA

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

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Sylvain Charlebois - Rising food prices

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

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Music to remember

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

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Letters from Harry

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

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Secret diary

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

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Stephen Davies - Canadian Letters and Images Project

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

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A tribute to his father

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

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John McDermott - Helping Canada's veterans

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

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Now showing - Choeur Neil-Michaud

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

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Not guilty - Jean-Claude Savoie trial

CBC reporter Bridget Yard followed the trial

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Donald Savoie - U.S. election

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

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Elsipogtog land claim

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

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Special war memorial

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

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Jamie Gillies - U.S. election

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

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U.S. election - Our panel reacts

Our Information Morning panel: Ben Champoux and Chris MacDonald

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Rebecca Halliday - Classroom composition

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

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U.S. election - Expats react

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

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Ask Resurgo Place!

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

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Dave Lutz - American election

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

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Krista Carr - Classroom composition

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

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Magali Charron - Rump

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

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Dan Noel - American election scenarios

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

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Paul Bennett - Classroom composition

Paul Bennett is an education consultant, based in Nova Scotia

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Cecile Cassista - Home care

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

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Rocio Osbourne - World Wine and Food Expo

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

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Jamie Gillies - American election

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

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Allergy elimination

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

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John McDermott - Raised on Songs and Stories

The Canadian tenor talks about his new album

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Now Showing - Simon Daniel

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

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Bagtown Brewery

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

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Dr. Robert Green - iDistracted

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

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Syrians return

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

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Isabelle LeBlanc - Downtown centre

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

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Paul Harpelle - municipal by-elections

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

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Professor Ronald Rudin - Sheldrake Island leper colony

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

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Guy Arseneault - Classroom inclusion

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

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Tori Weldon - Devon Morningstar trial

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

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Cheryl Reid - Running against the odds

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

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Marie-Claire Pierce - Codiac Transpo fares

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

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Gregg Ingersoll - Education assessments

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

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Blair Feltmate - Flood preparedness

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

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Mr.D - Think like an engineer

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

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Pierre Battah - On the job

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

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Shelley Landsburg - Flu shot

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

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Yvonne Colbert - Ford transmissions

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

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D.J. Joseph - Elsipogtog commercial centre

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

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Paula Doucet - Workplace violence

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

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Nancy Hartling - Senate

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

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Tiny house

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

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Now showing - NB Symfunny Orchestra

Marshall Button explains what happens when classical music meets comedy

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Karen Tam Wu - Netzero building code

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

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ALC audit

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

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Sistema NB

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

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Sergio Bustos - Battleground Florida

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

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Adrian Anantawan - Sistema NB

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

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Carbon price debate

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

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Halloween etiquette

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

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Jenna MacNeil Morton - Halloween

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

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Craig Brett - Taxing carbon 101

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

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Bert Archer - Moncton restaurants

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

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Mental health support in jails

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

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Andrew Harvey - Climate change report

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

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Oland trial

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

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Kim Eagles - Organizing garbage

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

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[mp3 file: runs 00:10:12]


The Butler - Escaping conversations

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

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[mp3 file: runs 00:07:31]


Segregation in jails

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

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[mp3 file: runs 00:07:41]


Michael McArdle - Ghost Walk

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

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