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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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Dam betrays Trudeau's pledge to First Nations, say critics

Despite a promise to forge a new relationship with Indigenous peoples, the Trudeau government's support of the Site C dam is facing criticism. The dam is opposed by First Nation leaders, the Royal Society of Canada and Amnesty International.

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'Some relief': Taran Killam's SNL ax

Well-liked and versatile actor Taran Killam reflects on life after his six season run with Saturday Night Live.

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Toll of assisted deaths on doctors

What impact do assisted deaths take on the doctors involved? Dr. Jeff Blackmer says some doctors will struggle, and Canada needs a framework to support them.

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Conservation officer kills 9 bears in 'most difficult week'

A B.C. conservation officer says Revelstoke residents' carelessness with their food and trash led to the euthanization of nine bears there last week. Guest host Laura Lynch interviews Dan Bartol.

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Professtional Aboriginal Testing Organization

Keith McIntosh is the founder of PLATO, a software testing company that just opened an office in Miramichi

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Saving on school supplies

Ruth Ann Swansburg is Moncton's Coupon Lady

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Improving the EI system

Rémi Massé is a Member of Parliment from Quebec

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To swim or not to swim

David Joly is a microbiologist and professor at U de M

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Helmetless-tackle training

Prof. Erik Swartz works in the kinesiology department at the University of New Hampshire

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Cafe Diem craft cafe

Stacey Hansen just opened Cafe Diem- right across the street from the new Downtown Centre on Main

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Back from Edinburgh's Fringe Festival

Michael McArdle & Mary Ann Sims are with Moncton High School's drama troupe

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Renovations at the Cathedral

Historian Robert Pichette, speaking with the CBC's Suzanne Lapointe

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Football NB and concussions

Josh Harris is the executive director of Football NB

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Crossroads for Women

The CBC's Tori Weldon spoke with Terri Mallet at the site of the "new, bigger shelter" and Tina Thibodeau is the Executive Director for Crossroads for Women in Moncton

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Legs for Literacy

Susan Edgett is race director Lyn Young is the volunteer coordinator

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Memramcook daycare owner trial

CBC's Gabrielle Fahmy has been covering the trial

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Entrepreneurial support to refugees

Julien Robichaud of 3+ Corporation and Kasama Chabawe spoke to CBC's Suzanne Lapointe

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NB Museum's bio-blitz

Don McAlpine is the research chair of zoology at the New Brunswick Museum

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Petitcodiac skyline changes

Pastor David Woodworth, Gerry Prosser, and Joyce Barber of Petitcodiac Baptist Church. They were speaking with the CBC's Tori Weldon as part of their church was demolished yesterday

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"The Butler Is In"

John Robertson is Information Morning's voice of reason on all things proper and polite

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Elsie Wayne's biographer

Linda Hersey is the author of Elsie! - an authorized biography of Elsie Wayne

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Inclusive Hiring Award

Carol O'Reilly is the CEO of the Greater Moncton Chamber of Commerce. Kathy Malley is responsible for Human Resources & Communications with Malley Industries

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Moncton's special Hip fan

Jason Deroche lives in Moncton. He attended the Tragically Hip concert in Kingston

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Shediac campground debate

Concerned resident Brenda Ryan and Shediac Mayor Jacques Leblancs spoke with the CBC's Gabrielle Fahmy

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Investigation into prison death part2

CBC reporter Joan Weeks looks into the death of a man in Dorchester Penitentiary

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Tourism Chaleur

Paolo Fongemie is the mayor of Bathurst

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Gardening phone-in

Bob Osborne is the owner of Corn Hill Nurseries

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Corn Hill Chronicles

Bob Osborne of Cornhill Nursery

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[mp3 file: runs 00:03:47]


Investigation into prison death

CBC reporter Joan Weeks looks into the death of a man in Dorchester Penitentiary

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[mp3 file: runs 00:09:45]


The Self Esteem Project

Johanna Flanagan is a local photographer and the founder of The Self Esteem Project

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Wheelchair demand

Haylee Flaro is the executive director of Ability New Brunswick. She was speaking with CBC reporter Suzanne Lapointe

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School supplies drive

Mary O'Donnell is executive director of Moncton Headstart

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Civic engagement in Riverview

Andrew LeBlanc is a councillor at large with the town

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Youth in Action Summit

Jennifer Gyuricska and O'Neal Blackman are taking part in the Youth in Action Summit in Moncton

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Searching for Goodness in Moncton

David Bagozzi is a marketing vice president with Post Foods Canada

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NB wheelchair issues

Bernadette Brule has MS and has been in a wheelchair for about nine months.She was speaking with the CBC's Suzanne Lapointe

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Reestablishing rare plants in Kouchibouguac

David Mazerolle is a botanist with the Atlantic Canada Conservation Data Centre based in Sackville

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Reverend Marshall for Pride parade

The Reverend Dr. Jim MacDonald is the minister at Central United Church in Moncton -- and the marshall of this year's Pride Parade

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Miramichi Air Show

Colin Stephenson is executive director of Air Show Atlantic

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Cultural funding for Moncton

Rene Leger is the general director Aberdeen Cultural Centre

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Memramcook daycare owner trial update

Gabrielle Fahmy is a reporter with CBC in Moncton

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What are they building now - Dieppe

Angele Spencer is Acting Director of Engineering with the city of Dieppe

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Facebook to boost your small business

Kevin Chan is head of public policy for Facebook Canada. Wendy Batten owns Front Porch Mercantile and is a panelist at today's Boost Your Business workshop

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Heather Wilbur Youth Golf Classic

Claire Konning and Laura Jones are local golfers - both having won provincial titles in the sport

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Amherst rally

Sheila Upshaw of Amherst, speaking with the CBC's Sherri Borden-Colley

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Party etiquette

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

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Going for the Ironman

Steve Kikkert is the president of South East Storm, a local triathlon club

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Where have all the shorebirds gone

Andrew Holland is with the Nature Conservancy of Canada

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Memramcook campground

Henry LeBlanc of Dieppe, speaking with CBC's Suzanne LaPointe

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McGill University and Listuguj First Nation partnership

The CBC's Bridget Yard spoke with a student who's been accepted into the program, as well as with Chief Darcy Gray

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Genevieve Lalonde's viewing party

The CBC's Suzanne Lapointe at a viewing party yesterday

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Memramcook daycare owner in court

Gabrielle Fahmy is a reporter at CBC Moncton

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Meeting for Phoenix Pay System

Donna Lackie is National President of the Public Service Alliance Canada's Government Services Union

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Pride Week Education Panel

Khaleel Urrahman is one of five people taking part in the River of Pride's annual Education Night panel tonight

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Caraquet's Tintamarre visitors

People celebrating the Tintamarre in Caraquest yesterday, where Prime Minister Justin Trudeau made an appearance. They were speaking with the CBC's Bridget Yard

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Gardening phone-in

Bob Osborne is the owner of Corn Hill Nurseries

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Corn Hill Chronicles

Bob Osborne of Cornhill Nursery

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[mp3 file: runs 00:03:03]


Moncton's Acadie Rock

Marc "Chops" Arsenault is the organizer of Acadie Rock

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Former olympian steeplechaser Joel Bourgeois

Joel Bourgeois is a former Olympic track and field athlete

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Elementary Literacy needs volounteers

Dr. Erin Schryer is the Executive Director of Elementary Literacy

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Easy Fashion Adaptive Clothing

Beverly Leger and Cindy Brown, speaking with the CBC's Suzanne Lapointe

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[mp3 file: runs 00:07:17]


Air dropping rabies vaccines

Jim Goltz is New Brunswick's Chief Provincial Veterinarian.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:05:30]


New Brunswicker poolside in Rio

Nathan White grew up in New Brunswick and now works for Swimming Canada

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Rude behaviour in the workplace

Pierre Battah is a management consultant specializing in human resources

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Campbellton's Shayne Dobson is headed to Rio

CBC reporter Suzanne Lapointe speaking with New Brunswick para-athlete Shayne Dobson

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Anglophone rights Association of New Brunswick

That was John Graves, one of the residents who attended a public meeting in Moncton last night, organized by the Anglophone rights Association of New Brunswick. He was speaking with Pierre-Alexandre Bolduc

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International Charlotte Bronte conference

Sarah Fanning has a Phd in literature and film, and is an expert on Charlotte Bronte

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Big Swim

13-year old Brooklyn Douthwright, the youngest person to do the Big Swim charity event

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Project Soundcheck

Kira-Lynn Ferderber is the lead at Project Soundcheck

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Dieppe International Kite Festival

Wadson Michel from Haiti, Gary Maynard from Detroit and the first person we heard from was Donna Taylor from Ontario They were all speaking with the CBC's Suzanne Lapointe

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Dancing on Main street

Susan Chalmers-Gauvin is the CEO of the Atlantic Ballet Theatre Susan Martin is a manager of RBC here in Moncton

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Campbellton's moth infestation report

Rob Johns is an insect ecologist with Natural Resources Canada

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Dieppe International Kite Festival

Wadson Michel from Haiti, Gary Maynard from Detroit and the first person we heard from was Donna Taylor from Ontario. They were all speaking with the CBC's Suzanne Lapointe.

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School supplies drive

Lorie-Ann Carson is the Parent's program coordinator with Moncton

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Project Soundcheck

Kira-Lynn Ferderber is the lead at Project Soundcheck

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Dancing on Main street

Susan Chalmers-Gauvin is the CEO of the Atlantic Ballet Theatre Susan Martin is a manager of RBC here in Moncton

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The Butler- dressed to the nines

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

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From Cap Pelé to Rio

Ricky Landry is the manager of Corporate Communications for the Canadian Olympic Committee

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Life jackets for fishermen

Christian Brun is the executive director of the Maritime Fisherman's Union

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Farming and climate change

Chris Wooding is the owner of Ironwood Organics in eastern Ontario

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Watch out for meteorites

Francis LeBlanc is the Dean of Science at the Université de Moncton

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[mp3 file: runs 00:05:23]


Health insurance denied

Josée Doiron speaking with the CBC's Suzanne Lapointe about how her insurance company said it would not cover her 9-year old son because of his build

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NEB pipeline hearings

Sarah Kiley is a communications officer with the National Energy Board

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[mp3 file: runs 00:06:04]


Moving by bike

Rachel Richard and her fiancé Andrew Sullivan are originally from the Moncton area

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[mp3 file: runs 00:06:57]


Gardening phone-in

Bob Osborne of Corn Hill nursery

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[mp3 file: runs 00:12:43]


Corn Hill Chronicles

Bob Osborne of Corn Hill nursery

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[mp3 file: runs 00:04:05]


Beach Blast 2016 or Beach Bust?

Carolynn Dube of Moncton was one of thousands of people at the Beach Blast concert in Moncton on the weekend

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Habitat for Humanity needs applicants

Chantal Landry is the Community Development Manager for Habitat for Humanity in the Moncton area

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Shediac resident and Beach Blast 2016

Kim Rayworth lives next to the site of the Beach Blast 2016 concert site

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Canada's National Parks series

That was the CBCs Mitch Cormier in Charlottetown

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Trail etiquette

Michelle McAloon is with the city of Moncton

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Outhouse abuse in Moncton

Kevin Rice is the General Manager of TransAqua

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Poor water quality at Parlee beach

Dr Cristin Muecke is New Brunswick's Acting Chief Medical Officer Of Health

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Moncton's famous foodie A-listed

Dennis Prescott of Moncton

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Shad Valley summer camp

Ben Willemsen and Andre Gallant are both going into grade 11 at L'Odyssee High school

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Fundy Park's glamping droplet

Andrew Fry is the Visitor Experience Manager for Parks Canada

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Benefits of plant proteins

Christy Brissette is a registered dietitian and the president of 80 Twenty Nutrition

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Gastroschisis: a rare birth defect in children

Andrea Cunningham's son Dylan was born with Gastroschisis Dr. Erik Skarsgard is Surgeon-in-Chief at BC Children's Hospital in Vancouver

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Glamping - short for glamourous camping

Molly Segal finds out, there are even more comfortable camping options across Canada than ever before

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Rene "Pepsi" Landry remembered

Bruce Fitch is the leader of the opposition and interim leader of the Progressive Conservative Party in New Brunswick. Dawn Arnold is the mayor of Moncton. Paul Pellerin is the councillor for Ward 4

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Gardening phone-in

Bob Osborne is the owner of Corn Hill Nurseries

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[mp3 file: runs 00:17:23]


Expensive lobsters

Christian Brun is the Executive Secretary with the Maritime Fisherman's Union

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[mp3 file: runs 00:06:56]


Nursing faculty complaint

Radio-Canada's Julie-Anne Lapointe spoke with Brigid Stanford-Finnerty at the University of Moncton

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[mp3 file: runs 00:04:27]


Lucien's NB day weekend

Lucien joined us in studio with his alter ego, Marshall Button, this morning

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Sackville's SappyFest

Lucas Hicks is SappyFest's creative director

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Lucien's New Brunswick day

Lucien, aka Marshall Button, explains his upcoming venture

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Moncton's Motocross weekend

Larry Northrop is one of the organizers of this weekend's Motocross regionals and Nationals being held this weekend in Riverglade

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Pokemons at National Historic Sites

Julie Bastarache is with Parks Canada

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NB heat alerts explained

Dr Mariane Paquet is acting Deputy Chief Medical Officer of Health for the province

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National Pay center employees react

Donna Lackie is the national president of the Government Services Union with the Public Service Alliance of Canada

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Moth infestation

David MacLean is a professor with the faculty of Forestry and Environmental Management at the University of New Brunswick in Fredericton

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NB extra-mural delays

Ruby Backlund is a patient at the Moncton Hopsital

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Syrian hairdresser

Jesse Kerpan is a family connection volunteer with some of the newly arrived Syrians in the Moncton area

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Moncton Wildcats and Music NB have joined forces

Courtney Huestis is manager of marketing and communications for the Wildcats

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Delays in bringing relatives from Syria

Elian Elias is a restaurant owner in Moncton

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Payday for federal government employees

Pat Finnigan is the Liberal MP for Miramichi-Grand Lake

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Controversial billboard

Martha Saunier, Paul Boomhower and Derrick Obee talking about the new billboard on Main Street. Sharon Buchanan is the president of the Anglophone Rights Association of New Brunswick

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NB lifeguarding championship at Parlee beach

Lisa Hanson Ouellette is with the Lifesaving Society of New Brunswick

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Bigger mosque for Moncton

Riaz Akhtar is treasurer of the Muslim Association in Moncton

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Taxing more to spend more

John Williamson is Vice President of Research at the Atlantic Institute for Market Studies Roger Melanson is the President of the Treasury Board and Minister responsible for Trade Policy in New Brunswick

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Gardening phone-in

Bob Osborne is the owner of Corn Hill Nurseries.

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From Riverview NB to pro hockey in Scotland

Travis Fullerton is a former UNB Varsity Reds star goaltender who plays with the Edinburgh Capitals in Scotland in the UK's top hockey league

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Miramichi's Federal Pay Center employees complain

Jennifer Beard is a CBC reporter in Ottawa.

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The Tour of Hope is completed

Dr.Carole Williams is one of the co-chairs of this year's tour of hope.

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Sandpiper Festival

Denise Roy of the Nature Conservancy of Canada talks about the tiny shore birds as they’re celebrated this weekend in Dorchester.

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Steeves Reunion 250

The Steeves hope to break a world record at their family reunion as they meet and greet relatives from all over the globe.

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Hope for the Hip

Jason Deroche of Moncton was recently diagnosed with the same kind of brain cancer as the Tragically Hip’s frontman Gord Downey. Now he’s hoping for a ticket to their sold out show in Kingston.

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Creation of Kouchibouguac

Concordia University professor Ronald Rudin talks about his new book Kouchibouguac: Removal, Resistance and Remembrance.

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State of the Republican Party

Political scientist Peter Loewen delivers an assessment of the Republican convention and its place in history.

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Black Lives Matter

Moncton artist Josephine Watson explains why the Black Lives Matter movement is important to her

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The Butler is In

Our resident butler John Robertson talks about table manners

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Comedy of Errors

Hubcity Theatre returns to Moncton's Victoria Park for its annual Shakespeare in the Park

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Moncton City Council meeting

Reporter Tori Weldon fills us in on what went on at City Hall last night

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The Hopewell Rocks

The CBC's Vanessa Blanch takes us to the Hopewell Rocks.

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mental health support

CBC's Karissa Donkin speaks with the former prison guard who found Jason Hopkins after he hung himself in his cell.

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Call 911

A Moncton woman was told she'd have to call an ambulance for her husband who was in a car parked at the Moncton Hospital emergency entrance

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Corn Hill Chronicles

Bob Osborne of Corn Hill Nursery

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[mp3 file: runs 00:03:19]


Gardening phone-in

Bob Osborne of Corn Hill Nursery answers some questions

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[mp3 file: runs 00:13:36]


Unsolved shooting

One year later, there are no new leads in a shooting at the Geary Speedway that changed Jeff Steeves' life

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Up in flames

A family of five from Grande Digue lost everything in a fire this week

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A second chance at life

Rebecca Chamberlain talks about the life saving operation needed for her 10-month-old son

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Closing its doors?

Big Brothers Big Sisters of Greater Moncton is asking for some big help

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Forgotten Deaths

We take a closer look at one of the 13 people whose death went unreported while in custody

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Food, dance, music...

We get the details about this year's edition of the Mosaiq Multicultural Festival

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Roots of mistrust

Rebuilding the relationship between indigenous people in Canada and the RCMP

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The big day

Etiquette expert John Robertson's guide to proper behaviour at a wedding

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Go with the flow

It's time for a new fountain at Victoria Park...And the city wants your opinion

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[mp3 file: runs 00:06:34]


Forgotten Deaths

A CBC News investigation has discovered that 13 prisoners have died in New Brunswick jails since 2004

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[mp3 file: runs 00:08:28]


"We are targeted"

Reaction to our story about a black man from Bathurst who was pulled over after he'd parked at the Stonehaven Wharf to read a book.

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Evolving

Michael Pullen, the Head of Security for the Evolve Festival, calls the weekend a success

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Headed to Rio

Genevieve Lalonde will compete in the 3000 metre Steeplechase at the Olympics this summer

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Host families wanted

Sue Madden is looking for a few local families willing to open their homes to air cadets

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A landlord's nightmare

A woman from Colpitts Settlement says her family's rental home was stripped of nearly everything

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Corn Hill Chronicles

Bob Osborne of Corn Hill Nursery

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Gardening phone-in

Bob Osborne of Corn Hill Nursery answers some question

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Stop calling, please

We find out why some people are continuing to get reminders even though they have completed their census

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Fitting in

A Moncton non-profit organization is helping Syrian women make connections in the community.

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Rooms to spare

The president of the Greater Moncton Hotel Association talks about the exploding number of hotel rooms in the city.

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Fill 'er up!

The City of Moncton is working to make public tap water more accessible

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Chatham Air Base Anniversary

At least 200 people will attend the reunion celebrating the 75th anniversary of the Royal Canadian Air Force Base in Miramichi

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POPS NB concert

Outlaw country meets classical as the Divorcees Alex Madsen performs with the New Brunswick Youth Orchestra

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Canada Post lockout looms

Canada Post expert and Mount Allison president Robert Campbell delivers his thoughts on the impasse between the corporation and its workers

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ER wait times

The Moncton Hospital is trying something new to reduce overcrowding in its emergency department

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Happy Anniversary

New Brunswick's petroleum pricing law celebrates its 10th year

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The Internet never forgets… until it does

Tech contributor Ramona Pringle says we should be archiving the internet

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Investing in immigration

We talk to a political scientist about a new pilot project aimed at increasing immigration in Atlantic Canada

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Corn Hill Chronicles

Bob Osborne of Corn Hill Nursery

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A mother's nightmare

Six years after her daughter's death, Mary Agnes Polchies of Elsipogtog still believes police got it wrong

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A relationship built on grindstone

Laurie Glenn Norris speaks to us about the unveiling of a new exhibit at The Joggins Fossil Centre

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Gardening phone-in

Bob Osborne of Corn Hill Nursery answers some questions

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Taxing the poor

Jean-Claude Basque is provincial coordinator of the Common Front for Social Justice

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Brexit explained

Dan Noel is our personal finance watcher

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Faulty federal payroll system

Chris Aylward is the national executive vice president of the Public Service Alliance of Canada

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Taxing the poor

Jean-Claude Basque is provincial coordinator of the Common Front for Social Justice

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Try dragon boating

Lorna Fox is a member of the 'Tit Bateau dragon boat team.

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Family events for Canada Day

Jenna Morton writes a parenting blog - it's called Pickle Planet Moncton.

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Support centre for young sexual abuse victims

Angele Richard is community development co-ordinator with the Kent Centre for the Prevention of Violence.

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Summer camp for kids' physical literacy

Etienne Doucet is the program coordinator of the South East Sport For Life Co-Op.

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Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women

Holly Moore is a producer with the Investigative Unit of CBC News working in conjunction with the Aboriginal Unit

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Paying for blood donations

Canadian Blood Services raises concerns over private company looking to open a paid-plasma donation clinic in Moncton.

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Gardening phone-in

Bob Osborne is the owner of Corn Hill Nurseries

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Corn Hill Chronicles

Bob Osborne of Corn Hill Nursery.

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Pierre Battah's summer reading list

Pierre Battah is our workplace issues specialist

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New medical marijuana dispensary

Malachy McMeekin is the owner of Tasty Buds in Riverview

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Publicly funded preschool programs

Justin Smith is an associate professor of economics at Wilfred Laurier University.

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Resurgo Place presents "Prince Gemo"

James Upham is in charge of public programming at Resurgo Place

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Opposition to rezoning on Mapleton Rd.

Andy P. Quinlan lives in the Mapleton Road area of Moncton and is opposed to a request to rezone the area

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Changes in the CPP

Dan Noel is our personal finance watcher

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Reaction to the NB Literacy Secretariat report

Margaret McCain is former Lt. Governor of NB and a long time champion of literacy

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"Mind the Heart" needs a few good men...

Dr Jalia Jbilou teaches at the Medical School in Moncton and is also a professor at L'Université de Moncton

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Disability support for the middle class

Kelly Anne Denton of Moncton speaking with the CBC's Tori Weldon. Liane Gould is a rehabilitation councilor with Ability New Brunswick.

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Miramichi dancer will be "living the dream"

Brittnay Sutherland has received a scholarship to attend BuildaBEAST 2016

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Moncton couple drop-out of adoption process

Krista and Richard Mitton sat down recently with the CBC's Rachel Cave

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State of bilingualism in NB

Katherine d'Entremont is the Commissioner of Official Languages for New Brunswick

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Daughters of the Vote

Joanna Everitt is co-chair of the New Brunswick chapter of Equal Voice

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Catcalls in Moncton

CBC Reporter Suzanne Lapointe talked with some women and to lawyer Alison Menard

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Irving & Leblanc... is there a conflict?

Duff Conacher is co-founder of Democracy Watch

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New Music Tuesday

Patrick Parise is our entertainment guy

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Video games to recruit future employees

Ramona Pringle is our technology contributor

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Remembering Mayor Gerry Cormier of Miramichi

That was Adam Lordan, Deputy Mayor of Miramichi, Susan Butler and Leo Comeau of Neguac.

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Gardening phone-in

Bob Osborne of Corn Hill Nursery answers some questions

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Corn Hill Chronicles

Bob Osborne of Corn Hill Nursery

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Housing crisis in Elispogtog First Nation

Reporter Tori Weldon was in Elsipogtog

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Nursing homes situation in New Brunswick

Michael Keating is the executive director of the New Brunswick Nursing Home Association.

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Miramichi remembers Mayor Gerry Cormier

Pat Finnegan is MP for Mirmaichi.

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New Brunswick's 10-year education plan

Karen Power co-chaired the committee

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Remembering Norbert Theriault

Historian Robert Pichette talks about the former minister and senator.

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The Three Fathers Memorial Run

Nadine Larche is the president of the organizing committee for the Three Fathers Memorial Run

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Salmon Beach is in mourning

Clifford Sealy is a fisherman from Salmon Beach.

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Moncton Highland Games and Scottish Festival

John Patterson is president of the Greater Moncton Scottish Association

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Christy Ann Conlin is the author of The Momento

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Investing south of the border

Dan Noel is our personal finance watcher

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Moncton's Festival Inspire

Moncton street artist Jarred Betts and British artist Dan Kitchener

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The cost of aging

Kim MacPherson is New Brunswick's auditor general

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Prepping a play for Edinburgh

Michael McArdle teaches drama at Moncton High and is directing a theatre troupe that will be performing at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival in August.

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Repurposing the old MHS

Lilian MacMillan, Ron Davis, Dennis Cochrane and Sandro Speranza had their say

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SEED program problems

Laura Beazley is a member of the hiring committee for the Baie Verte Summer Recreation camp Donald Arsenault is the minister in charge of the SEED program

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Tour of Hope

Rejean Despres is one of the co-chairs of this year's Tour of Hope Denis Robichaud is with the Dr Georges Dumont Hospital Foundation.

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Moncton vigil

Hundreds gathered to honour victims of Orlando shooting.

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Moncton man in Orlando

John Dunnett of Moncton was at the Pulse nightclub just hours before the shooting.

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NB literacy report

Frank Hayes is the President of the Literacy Coalition of New Brunswick

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Corn Hill Chronicles

Bob Osborne of Corn Hill Nursery

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Senior "fancy skater"

79-year-old Pat Noddin skates with the stars

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NB tick update

Vett Loyd is a biology professor at Mount Allison University.

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Lucien reviews NB cabinet shuffle

Our blue-collar-philosopher from the North Shore weighs in

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Frédéric Laforge and Mathieu Reyjal are back for another season

Frédéric Laforge and Mathieu Reyjal own The Farmers Truck.

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RHS passion projects

Armand Doucet is a teacher at Riverview High.

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Local help for female incontinence

Christine Haley is a physiotherapist in Moncton.

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A link between strokes and dementia

Dr.Demetrios Sahlas is a neurologist and Professor in Stroke Management at McMaster University

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Inheritance ripple effect

Dan Noel is our personal finance watcher

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Cultural plan for Moncton

Roxanne Richard is Cultural Development Officer for the City of Moncton.

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Miramichi's Jalloo festival

Brian McGee is the organizer of the Jalloo festival in Miramichi.

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Shediac's Cross Word Board Game

Pierre Cormier of Shediac has been researching the history of the Cross Word Board Game

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Celtic culture or many cultures?

Alex LeBlanc is the executive director of the New Brunswick Multicultural Council.

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Capitol theatre's new lineup

Kim Rayworth is general manager of the Capitol Theatre.

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Free busing from Codiac Transpo

Marie-Claire Pierce is senior transit planner for Codiac Transpo

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Look twice, save a life

Stacy Butler is promoting the campaign "Look twice, save a life".

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Moncton's new city council meets for the first time

CBC repoter Tori Weldon was there

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NB cabinet shuffle

Mario Levesque is a professor of political science at Mount Allison University in Sackville. Moncton South MLA Cathy Rogers is New Brunswick's new finance minister

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Team New Brunswick at Skills Canada

Ken and Zack Dickinson from Fredericton High School are with team New Brunswick in the TV and Video Production category at Skills Canada

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Corn Hill Chronicles

Our gardening guru, Bob Osborne, with the latest edition of the Corn Hill Chronicles.

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Dementia care

June Andrews is a leading expert on dementia care. Her latest book offers practical advice for families and caregivers.

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Right to die

Dr. Jeff Blackmer of the Canadian Medical Association talks about what doctors are doing in the absence of rules for doctor assisted dying.

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Skills Canada

Luc Morin, executive director of Skills Canada NB, talks about the national competition in Moncton that will draw over 500 youth.

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Remembering the fallen

Nadine Larche talks about the new monument honouring her husband, RCMP Constable Doug Larche along with Constables Dave Ross and Fabrice Gevaudan.

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Royal Road for Kids

Students at Riverview High School are holding a fundraiser to help the brother of a very special teacher.

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In memoriam

Sculptor Morgan MacDonald has created a memorial to the Moncton RCMP officers who died in 2014 and Constable Steve Pinksen pays tribute with a song called The Honour Roll.

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New at the zoo

General manager of the Magnetic Hill Zoo, Bruce Doogan.

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Living with Mom and Dad

Dan Noel is CBC's personal finance watcher.

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Where are they now?

Canadian Parents for French wants to hear from people who learned French in school and how it enriched their lives.

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