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NB: Information Morning (Saint John)

Information Morning in Saint John brings you all the news and information you need to start your day. We'll get you connected to your community, your country and the world. Without us, you won't know what's going on.

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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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Your brain on music, how music can improve health

Dr. Wendy Stewart is a professor at Dalhousie Medicine New Brunswick in Saint John.

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Nature NB funded for projects through Canaport LNG penalties

A $750,000-penalty to Canaport LNG will be used by Nature NB for three projects. Vanessa Roy-McDougall is the executive director of Nature NB.

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Smarter recycling saves landfills

Curbside pick up in Rothesay and Quispamsis now means fewer non-recyclables making it back to the landfill. Brenda McCallum is in charge of public relations and program development for Fundy Solid Wast Commission.

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Fecal matter ratings fudged at Parlee Beach

CBC's Gabrielle Fahmy has found that summer days rated 'fair' should have been 'poor,' and that the water actually rated poor on 17 more occasions than park staff made public.

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English language training helping Syrian newcomers find their fit at school

Jeff Matheson is the English as an Additional Language lead for Anglophone School District South.

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Grapes of Wrath's Kevin Kane creating album with Northern Pikes' Bryan Potvin

These two '90s musicians founnd new inspiration after a chance meeting at record store.

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Woe is the broken Uptown escalator

Four of five sets of escalators in uptown Saint John are not working. Mayor Don Darling talks with CBC's Matthew Bingley

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Devour! pairs food and film at St. Andrews resort

Lia Rinaldo is managing director of Devour! The Food Film Fest. Chef Michael Howell is the festival's executive director.

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Tara Thorne reviews 'Patriots Day'

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Petition to recognize national historic value of Partridge Island

Saint John historian Harold Wright and MP Wayne Long are championing the cause.

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Dangerous 'Kingston Corner' intersection needs attention from province

Barry Walton is part of the Kingston Local Service District advisory commitee.

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Kredl's owner Dave Wolpin talks about lessons learned through bankruptcy

The trustee representing creditors owed money by Kredl's says a deal was struck that allows owner Dave Wolpin to clear his debt with Farm Credit Canada, which means Kredl's open for business again.

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Dr. Simon on generic drug access

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The Gas Guru predicts 1 cent/litre savings for gas, heating oil and diesel

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Women's March on Washington to include Canadians in pink hats

Debbie Eden is one of a group of Saint John women headed south to the Women's March on Washington on Saturday.

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Too fat, too old to adopt

According to the Department of Social Development, these are some of the reasons why David and Donda Holt weren't fit to adopt their foster son. Karissa Donkin has their story.

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For the birds: First results of Christmas Bird count

Jim Wilson talks about the surprising visitors to our region this season.

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Rebounding after a divorce or death of a partner

Author Victoria Ryce on her new book "CEO of Everything: Flying Solo and Soaring".

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Hiking the Appalachian Trail

Christine Taylor spent 158 days hiking the entire Appalachian Trail.

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Helping Saint John's homeless

Patti Chisholm is trying to start a project in memory of her cousin who died on the streets of Vancouver.

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5 New Brunswick schools in Cyber Titan competition

Kyle Price and Hannah Adams are students at Saint John High, and Andrew Colwell is a teacher there. Cyber Titan is part of a cyber security education initiative.

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St. Martins' train station destroyed by wintery wind, tides

St. Martins' mayor Bette Ann Chatterton and resident Anne Gillmor-Dougan reminisce about the iconic town structure.

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'It's got a little bounce to it': Reversing Falls restaurant Skywalk preview

Max Kotlowski takes reporter Julia Wright on a tour of the Skywalk and rooftop.

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50% campaign to get more women in politics

Robyn Tingley is one of the 12 founding members of Women for 50 per cent 2018, a campaign to encourage women to run in their electoral ridings.

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Rosy 2017 cruise ship season may be overly optimistic

Ross Klein is a professor at Memorial University. He studies the cruise ship industry.

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Tara Thorne reviews the Golden Globe winners

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Dr. Simon on sharing tests results online

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Navicare helps parents find support. appropriate care for sick kids

Shelley Doucet is an associate professor in the Department of Nursing & Health Sciences at UNB.

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Gas Guru predicts the price of gas to go down by 3 or 4 c/l tonight

Reporter Robert Jones sees the same cut in price for heating oil and diesel.

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Not just LIP service, Saint John to develop immigration strategy

Randy Hatfield, executive director of the Human Development Council, will participate with several organizations, to establish a 'local immigration partnership.'

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Ellen's Law would create safer shared roadways for cyclists

Cyclist Ellen Watters died after a car hit her on her bike. Saint John council unanimously supports a that law would include a one-metre rule and driver education. Mayor Don Darling and Holly Mckay talk about the law.

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Escaping tragedy, Rothesay family journeys home from Fort Lauderdale

Stephanie Tomilson and her family have been driving back home to Rothesay after their flight from Fort Lauderdale was cancelled in the wake of a shooting at the airport.

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Take Liberty: Neon Dreams

Jeff Liberty talks about the new EP full of EDM from Neon Dreams.

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8x4 inch tiles to shape Canada 150 mural in St. Stephen

Canada 150 Mosaic project is coming to cities and towns across the country. Derek O'Brien is the chief administrative officer for the town of St Stephen.

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Saint John Sea Dogs riding high early in 2017

President and general manager Trevor Georgie talks about all the deals and wins for the team lately.

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Off the shelf: Jeremy Chiasson's picks reflect on spirituality

'Silence,' by Shusaku Endo, 'Mortality,' by Christopher Hitchens, and 'The Inquisitor's Tale: The Story of Three Magical Children and their Holy Dog,' by Adam Gidwitz

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Tribute artist Thane Dunn recreates Elvis' Aloha show

It's inspired, in part, by his wife Melanie's battle with and recovery from cancer.

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Puppets for patients' pricked fingers

People from Key Industries have crafted over 100 finger puppets to give to children who need to get their fingers pricked at the IWK Halifax.

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Focus on favourites when decluttering

Judy Mitchell is co-owner of Downsizing Divas in Saint John.

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Dead sea creatures washing ashore normal but shocking

Jamey Smith is executive director of the Hunstman Marine Science Centre.

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Fishing for laughs with new Yuk Yuks franchise in Saint John

Former fisherman and sailor Steve Barnes is the owner and founder of the comedy club opening in Saint John.

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Modern surveillance turned art at Third Space Gallery

Christiana Meyers, president of Third Space Gallery, talks about the 'Cold Calling' exhibit.

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Tara Thorne reviews 'A Monster Calls'

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Dr. Simon on provincial healthcare deal with federal government

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NDP Party challenges ahead after Cardy resignation

J.P. Lewis teaches political science at UNB Saint John.

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For the birds: Jim Wilson spies European shelducks at Saint's Rest Marsh

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Gas Guru predicts 2 or 3 cents per litre increase tonight

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Radio Levees: Saint John, Mayor Don Darling

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Radio Levees: Rothesay, Deputy Mayor Matt Alexander

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Radio Levees: St. Andrews, Mayor Doug Naish

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Radio Levees: Grand Bay-Westfield, Mayor Grace Losier

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Radio Levees: Sussex, Mayor Marc Thorne

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Radio Levees: Quispamsis, Gary Clark

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Radio Levees: Hampton, Mayor Ken Chorley

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Radio Levees: St. Stephen, Mayor Allan McEachern

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Take Liberty: Spotlight John Richard

Campbellton's John Richard took a trip to Ireland and the adventure ended up as a new album. Jeff Liberty checked it out.

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Photopheresis machine helps cancer patients

Dr Terence Comeau is director of New Brunswick's Stem Cell Transplantation Program and Ashley Hunter is a 22-year-old cancer patient.

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Researchers say Mactaquac Dam project not likely to be on time, on budget

Alex Budzier is a fellow in Management Practices at the Said School of Business at Oxford University.

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Tara Thorne reviews 'La La Land'

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Australian teacher and family see more of Canada than most Canadians

Fiona Golder and her children are finishing up a year-long teacher exchange at Princess Elizabeth School in Saint John.

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An ELF can help kids read

An elementary literacy program called ELF NB matches volunteers with students in grade 2 for literacy tutoring. Hear how it works.

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Study shows single, never married women at greatest risk of cyberbullying

Ron MacLeod is a cybersecurity specialist, currently president of the High Technology Crime Investigation Association for Atlantic Canada.

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J. D. Irving Lake Utopia mill to undergo EIA for upgrades

The company says the upgrades will increase production and reduce odours from the mill. Reporter Connell Smith reports.

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For the birds: Jim Wilson on Christmas Bird Count

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Sea Dogs entering second half of season in first place

Jamie Tozer runs the online Sea Dogs fan blog Station Nation.

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Cookbooks for Christmas as recommended by food writer Claire Tansey

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Heart surgery with eyes wide open

Dr. Vernon Paddock is medical director of the New Brunswick Heart Centre. Some heart valve replacement patients are staying awake for the procedure.

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East Saint John's new water treatment plant

The city opened the facility for a tour. Brent McGovern is the commissioner of Saint John Water. Dean Price is the project manager for the city.

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Former Grand Manan ferry run aground off Panamanian coast

Connell Smith has the story of owner Fritz Brechner's unfortunate marine mishap.

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Shirley Dysart, 88, remembered

Former politicians Frank Mckenna and Aldea Landry talk about Dysart's impact in the legislature. Anne Marie McGrath was a student of Shirley Dysart's.

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Looking for letters from New Brunswick nurses of WWI

Rev. Ross Hebb is searching for letters and diaries of New Brunswick women who served as nurses during the Great War.

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Tara Thorne reviews 'Office Christmas Party'

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HVHS student Colin Brown finalist for $100,000 Loran Award scholarship

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Looking for the ever-lasting Christmas tree

Raj Lada works at the Christmas Tree Research Centre in Bible Hill, N.S.

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This winter, get on Sentinel's emergency alert system

Mike Carr is the manager of the Saint John Emergency Measures Organization.

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Dr. Simon on Kangaroo care

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Senator John Wallace will resign from Upper House in February

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2 cents/litre down in price of gas, diesel, heating oil, says Gas Guru

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Gerry Dee coming to Harbour Station as comedian, not hockey coach

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Mayor Don Darling on council salary increases in 2017

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Gaming gifts for Christmas with Trent Seely

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Take Liberty: East Coast Christmas music

Jeff Liberty explores The Ennis Sisters, Quiet Parade and Neon Dreams.

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Quispamsis author Riel Nason

Local novelist, Riel Nason's newest book is called All the Things We Leave Behind.

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Composting changes at Fundy Region Solid Waste

Brenda McCallum is with Fundy Region Solid Waste.

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Property tax deals

CBC news reporter Robert Jones' investigative report into property tax deals in New Brunswick.

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Robert Jones Most Awesome Predictions

The CBC's Robert Jones has made a big difference in this province with his investigative reporting, his yearly predictions, however, are another story.

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Movie review: Moonlight

Tara Thorne checked out one of the most well received movies of 2016.

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The man who started the Harbour Lights campaign

The Harbour Lights campaign celebrates its 20th anniversary. Former Information Morning Saint John host, Paul Castle recounts its beginnings.

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Rehab services in NB

The CBC's Karissa Donkin's investigation into rehab services reveals finding help can be difficult and confusing.

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Health columnist on organ donation

Dr. Simon talks about the barriers to organ donation.

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Syrian refugee families in St. Stephen

Don Olmstead who is with the St. Croix Vineyard and Friends refugee committee gives us an update on the Syrian refugee families that have been in the town for a year now.

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A stem cell donation from N.B.

3 year old Savanna Acosta is from Washington State and recently got a stem cell transplant from Pam Dicaire in Quispamsis.

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Proposed funding cuts to Enterprise Saint John

Steve Carson is the CEO of Enterprise Saint John.

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The Gas Guru Speaks: Everything Going Up

Bob predicts gas will go up by 4 cents and that diesel and home heating oil will go up by 2 to 3 cents tonight at midnight.

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Driving tips for the winter months

Gary Howard is Vice President of Communications for CAA Atlantic and has some tips to get you winter road ready.

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Canada's national bird discussion

Jim Wilson is a birder and naturalist who thinks the Grey Jay is the perfect choice for Canada's bird.

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SJ council holds back funding

Saint John Mayor, Don Darling speaks about council's decision to hold back half the funding for the city's four economic development agencies.

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Sharing the holidays with a newcomer

Angelique Simpson is the vice president of Newcomer and Community Connections for the Saint John Y.

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Book suggestions for Christmas

Christie McDonald recommends: Winger - Andrew Smith, Vanishing Girls - Lauren Oliver, A Child of Books - Oliver Jeffers, Sam Winston, All The Things We Leave Behind - Riel Nason, Based on Actual Events - Robert Moore, The Last September - Nina de Gramont

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Parlee Beach water quality problems part 3

Reporter Gabrielle Fahmy looks into concerns that a proposed development could make matters worse for the beach.

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The Sistema benefit concert

Calvary Temple Church lead pastor, Chad Nickerson and Saint John centre director for Sistema NB, Aaron McFarlane.

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Christmas in the Cathedral

Michael Newnham is the conductor of Symphony New Brunswick.

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More on the water situation at Parlee Beach

Doctor Scott Mawdsley speaking with reporter Gabrielle Fahmy.

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Curling for mental health

The Jim Sullivan Curling Classic remembers a curling champion while raising money for mental health. Paul Nason is a committee member organizing the tournament.

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A Very Dysfunctional Christmas

NB comedians Nikki Payne and James Mullinger start their NB tour.

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The troubled waters of Parlee Beach

Reporter Gabrielle Fahmy looks at the system to rate water quality in the province.

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Quispamsis Considers Cutting ESJ Funding

Larry Hachey is the chair of Enterprise Saint John.

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Our health columnist on private MRI clinics

Mike Simon is a family doctor in Saint John.

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Helping female victims of violence

Doris Rajan is with the Institute for Research and Development on Inclusion and Society.

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The Auditor General's report on meat inspection

Auditor General Kim MacPherson's report focused on the meat inspection system in the province.

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HHS performs The Jungle Book

Patrick Donovan, Patrick Herron and Gareth Murphy perform in Hampton High School's production of The Jungle Book.

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Emera Pipelines buys homes in Prince of Wales

Emera Pipelines spokesperson Stacey Pineau and Prince of Wales resident Lyon Harris.

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The Gas Guru Speaks:Gas Going Up

Bob predicts gas will go up by 2 cents and that diesel and home heating oil will drop by 1 cent tonight at midnight.

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The fate of the Hammond River covered bridge

Bonnie Kellar lives in Hammond River and was at yesterday's town hall meeting on whether to repair or replace the covered bridge.

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Take Liberty: Spotlight Coig

Jeff Liberty profiles a Christmas album from Cape Breton band Coig.

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Sussex gets a new educational trail

Ben Whalen is the project manager for the Kennebecasis Watershed Restoration Committee.

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Should city councillors a raise?

UNB political scientist JP Lewis, Saint John Deputy Mayor Shirley McAlary and Councillor Gary Sullivan.

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Noah Richler's new book

Noah Richler is the authour of The Candidate: Fear and Loathing on the Campaign Trail.

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A Cabaret Christmas

Sharron Matthews is a cabaret performer from Toronto who is coming back to the Imperial Theatre by popular demand.

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Inclusion: Pt. IV Alex Mouland's daughter's success

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Dennis Knibb, 89, remembered

Marijke Blok came to Saint John High as a teacher in 1984. Peter Hyslop was a student there in the early 1970's and is involved with the Alumni Association.

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Code Red collects period supplies for homeless women

Pamela Wheaton of the Heartbreak Boutique is the co-organizer of Code Red.

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1 in 5 children in Canada living in poverty

Sid Frankel, spokesperson for the Campaign 2000 End Child & Family Poverty report, responds to the national report on poverty released today.

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Tara Thorne reviews 'Edge of 17'

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Inclusion: Pt. III

Rebecca Halliday is a teacher and co-director at Riverbend Community School in Moncton, a grade 4-8 private school for children with learning disabilities.

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Inclusion: Pt. II

Reporter Vanessa Blanch introduces us to three high school students who all say inclusion didn't work for them either.

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Inclusion: Pt. I

Vanessa Blanch finds out how education policy 322, governing inclusion, worked for student Brian Adams and his family.

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Saint John lifesaver Doug Trentowsky meets Queen Elizabeth, again

Trentowsky is in London for the 125th anniversary of the Royal Lifesaving Society, a special event hosted by the Queen and Prince Philip.

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Dr. Simon on difficulties getting pregnant

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YMCA Saint John celebrates one year since Syrian settlement

Angelique Simpson is the vice president of newcomer and community connections.

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The Gas Guru predicts prices will go up 1 cent per litre, and more than that next week

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Getting communities involved in care for the aging

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

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Port Saint John loses half container traffic with exit of Tropical

Jim Quinn is the CEO of Port Saint John.

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For the birds: Rare sightings

Jim Wilson is a naturalist and birder in Quispamsis.

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JD Irving Ltd. asking city for more uptown parking

Nancy Tissington is the executive director of Uptown Saint John.

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Punching above her level, Grade 11 student Charlie Cavanaugh

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Councillor Donna Reardon says removing heritage status on ldest church building a mistake

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Meet New Brunswick's new Chief Entrepeneur in Residence, David Alston

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Stuffing Christmas stockings on a budget

Marissa Sollows, from the New Brunswick Financial and Consumer Services Commission, and Lesley Belyea talk about budgeting through the holidays.

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Off the shelf: Heather O'Neill, author of 'Daydreams of Angels'

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Incoming president and CEO of Horizon Heatlh, Karen McGrath

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Demand for mental health care in the justice system

Mary Ann Campbell is the Director of the Centre for Criminal Justice Studies at UNB.

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Historic Confederation Quilt refurbished and returned to Kings County, almost

The Confederation Quilt was made by Hampton dressmaker Fanny Parlee in the 1860s. Richard Brown is president of the Kings County Historical Society.

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Tara Thorne reviews 'Arrival'

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St. Stephen food bank seeing fewer clients recently

Some families have left the community and the new child tax benefit seems to be helping struggling families. Donna Linton is with the St. Stephen Community Food Bank.

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Dr. Simon on blood tests without the fasting

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French immersion streams changing for Anglophone School districts

Zoe Watson is the superintendent of Anglophone School District South.

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Gas Guru predicts 5 cent per litre savings tonight at the price change

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Regional recreational plan under development

Brenda MacCallum is the program development officer for the Fundy Regional Services Commission.

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Take Liberty: Bad People

Jeff Liberty reviews the alt-country rock band from Saint John.

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Chris Hadfield's 'The Darkest Dark'

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Last cobbler in town, Jiffy Shoe Service

Terry Crowe and Kelly Dykens of Saint John's Jiffy Shoe Service speaking with CBC's Julia Wright.

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Artist Pamela Pierce interprets 12 Days of Christmas

In a series of 12 ink and watercolour paintings, Pierce has blended the traditional with the contemporary in her own style.

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Saint John youth shelter Safe Harbour saved by bequest

Fredericton Anglican Diocese Bishop David Edwards talks about donation that will shelp Safe Harbour open its doors open.

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Off the shelf: Magali Charron on 'Rump'

The author and illustrator of this children's book from New Brunswick, living in Brooklyn, N.Y., were inspired by one U.S. presidential candidate.

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Consolvo Bikes receives Community Leader Award

Bill Consolvo co-owns Consolvo Bikes on the East Side. Jocelyn Stevens is the Director & Manager of PRUDE Inc.

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Casavant pipe organ in high school auditorium serves as rare war memorial

Elke Semerad tells us the story of a 73-year-old Casavant pipe organ installed as a tribute to fallen former students of Saint John Vocational.

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Tips for fundraising ahead of National Philanthropy Day

Catherine Hinton of the New Brunswick shapter of the Association of Fundraising Professionals offers tips on how to run a successful annual giving campaign.

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Gas Guru predicts 2 cents or more down for the price of gas.

Robert Jones predicts the price of heating oil and diesel will also fall by about 1 cent per litre tonight.

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YSJ traffic is up, but could be more competitive

Derrick Stanford is the new CEO of the Saint John Airport. A new report suggests the airport's economic impact to the region is up dramatically over a similar report done in 2010.

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Mayor Don Darling on finalized priorities for 2020

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For the birds: Jim Wilson on preparing for rare winter sightings

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Lorneville playground not included in city recreation plan, needs upgrade

Deanna Allan is with the Lorneville Playground Restoration Project.

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Off the shelf: Jeremy Chiasson on spies and secret lives

Chiasson recommends 'A Spy Among Friends' by Ben Macintyre, 'Reconstructing Amelia'by Kimberley McCreight, and 'The Hidden Life of Trees' by Peter Wohlleben.

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Trial brings mental health struggles to forefront of Tucker murder case

Matthew Tucker is accused of killing his 53-year-old mother, Dorothy. CBC reporter Connell Smith has been following this story in court.

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'Where's the outrage?': literacy advocate disappointed by assessment numbers

Erin Schryer is the executive director of Elementary Literacy Inc., a registered charity that supports literacy in New Brunswick schools.

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Saint John doctor honoured for local and international philanthropy

Dr. Mahesh Raju is one of the recipients of this year's Red Cross Humanitarian Awards.

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Tourism numbers reflect growth towards record year in Saint John

Victoria Clarke is executive director of Discover Saint John.

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Take Liberty: Joseph Bridge

One of Jeff Liberty's favourite artists of last year, Joseph Bridge is teasing his new album.

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A Bit Of Broadway brought by Music For the Heart

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Superintendent of ASD-South, Zoe Watson, on assessment tests and results

Provincial assessment results for 2015-16 show students are failing to achieve targets set by the province in reading, writing, math and science.

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Kevin Donovan on his book 'Secret Life'

Kevin Donovan is an investigative reporter and editor at the Toronto Star and author of 'Secret Life: The Jian Ghomeshi Investigation.'

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Comedy With Balls lures CBC Radio's Laugh Out Loud to Saint John

Mark Burnett is the man behind Comedy With Balls. The CBC Radio taping of Laugh Out Loud takes place at KV Billiards, Nov. 17.

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Tara Thorne reviews 'Infrerno'

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Gas Guru predicts 0 cents change OR 7 cents per litre UP

A suprising twist in today's prediction of gas, diesel and heating oil prices.

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Dr. Simon on pre-concussion baselines

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Saint John lawyer John Barry named to Order of New Brunswick.

Barry was recognized for his contributions to New Brunswick's legal profession, and his work as a community leader.

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Advocating for more help for military officers with PTSD

Lou Cuppens is a retired lieutenant-general with the air force. He has been advocating for more help for this region's soldiers who have PTSD.

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Off the shelf: Ami McKay on her new book 'The Witches of New York'

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When freebies compromise good business relations

An audit found the Atlantic Lotto Corporation gave away concert tickets to politicians. Chris MacDonald is an ethics professor at Ryerson University. He's also interim director of the Ted Rogers MBA program in the school of management.

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The Hampton recreation centre votes are in

Al Walker is vice chair of the Hampton Regional Leisure Services Committee.

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Auditing the Atlantic Lottery Corporation

Kim MacPherson is New Brunswick's auditor general.

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Our Movie Review: Keeping Up with the Joneses

Tara Thorne thought the comedy action movie was just so-so.

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Marine protected areas

Matthew Abbott is Fundy Baykeeper with the Conservation Council

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Saving St. Stephen's old town hall

Margaret Williamson's group the River Arts Resource Council lobbied to save the old town hall.

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Our health columnist compares dr's and computers

Dr. Simon discusses how diagnostic websites stack up against trained physicians.

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Gas Guru predicts increases

Bob Jones says prices for gas will go up 2-3 cents and that diesel and home heating oil should increase by 2 cents.

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Repealing the Canaport LNG tax deal

Saint John mayor Don Darling.

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Appeal court quashes conviction of Dennis Oland, orders new trial

Reporter Bobbi-Jean MacKinnon has been covering the trial since day one and has details about this ruling and what comes next.

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For the birds: Jim Wilson on raptors watch

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Off the shelf: Ludic Reader redesign and recommendations

Christie McDonald recommends I Let You Go by Claire McIntosh, and All the Rage by Courtney Summers.

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