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NB: Shift

Shift is an energetic two and a half hours that connects people in the province with the events of the day and with each other.

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Terry O'Reilly

Arlene sits across from Terry O'Reilly, CBC host, author and serial entrepreneur and compares notes about the importance of marketing.

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Arthritis isn't about aging

It's about the modern decline in physical activity.

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Kai Cheng unplugs

Can Kai Cheng learn to say "no" wioth the help of her sleepover friends?

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'The Eclipse': a brief, dark scientific gold mine

Just how important this eclipse is to scientists?

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Para-sports celebrate banner year

Sally Hunt of Para-Sport NB describes incredible success at Canada Games and beyond.

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Distracted drivers crackdown

Saint John police officer Duane Squires rode a city bus to watch for distracted drivers. Thirteen tickets were issued.

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A rock camp for girls!

Eva George of the Charlotte Street Arts Centre has details on the camp that will allow girls to form bands and grow in confidence!

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Northern Gannets and Bank Swallows

Alain Clavette shares some great photos of Northern Gannets in a feeding frenzy, and visits a meeting in Cap Bimet to help Bank Swallows.

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Horse rescue farm

Morning Star Acres in Harcourt is as retirement home for horses. Their motto is "There is Life after the Racetrack." They are celebrating 10 years this year.

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Homegrown: paramedic turns blueberry farmer

A couple of years ago Glen Cox, decided to buy Granitie Town Blueberry Farm. This weekend he'll be busy alongside lots of Charlotte County folks celebrating the Wild Blueberry Festival.

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Hiking in the Meduxnekeag Valley Nature Preserve

Hiking NB's James Donald heads for the Woodstock area to explore a couple of trails - the Gold and the Green.

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Andy Bast releases solo album

Andy Bast developed a big fan base on La Voix - now this New Brunswick country singer is releasing I Want to Feel in St. Antoine!

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The science of lightning

Science East's Michael Edwards has the facts on lightning - what causes it, and how likely are you to get hit?

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Moncton Church Gets Heritage Designation

Marie-Linda Lord tells us about her excitement for the community as Moncton's Notre-Dame-de-l'Assomption Cathedral is added to a list of national historic monuments.

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NB entrepreneur participating in global accelerator

UNB masters student Thomas Bird is in Geneva as part of the MassChallenge program working on his SM-Heart medical device.

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NB tribute artist marks 40th anniverary of Elvis' death

Thane Dunn is touring the maritimes, and joining him is Bill Baise who performed with Elvis from 1971-1976.

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Our birder explores Forillon National Park

Alain Clavette checks in from the Gaspe Penninsula and describes some of the birds he's seeing.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:07:32]


Socks on a 100 year old machine

Sande Gunning will be making knitted socks on her cast iron machine from WWI at the Gagetown Farmers Market.

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What to wear on a hike

Hiking NB's James Donald has suggestions for shirts, socks and even underwear!

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Garlic harvest is coming in

Michael Legault of Garlic Pond Estate in Penobsquis describes the harvest and the wonderful things they make with their 16 varieties!

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Dieppe man combines kites and photography

Yvon Hache takes beautiful aerial photographs using a kite that carries a rig with a camera in it.

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NB's Emilie Landry playing shows this week

The singer-songwriter originally from Campbellton is back for three shows with plans to release a solo EP in October.

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Raising five orphaned American Kestrels

Pam Novak at the Atlantic Wildlife Institute explains how she's preparing young kestrels, squirrels and procupines for release.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:09:22]


NB cook wins 3rd at Canadian Food Championships

Locavore's Azura Saunders won third in the dessert competition for her maritime inspired fritters with haskap berry sacue.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:06:42]


Elvis replica guitar stolen

Fredericton musician and Elvis tribute artist Mike Bravener has his guitar signed by Elvis' drummer stolen.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:06:47]


Burrowing Owl on Grand Manan

Alain Clavette heads to the island to see this rare owl, only confirmed once before in New Brunswick.

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Dry conditions mean losses for blueberry growers

Murray Tweedie of Wild Blueberry Meadows in the Kouchibouguac area expects he's already lost a quarter of his berries, and could lose more.

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Debut EP for Quinn Bonnell

Born in Burnt Church, living in Fredericton, Quinn Bonnell talks about his EP The Night.

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New release from David R. Elliott

The Saint John songwriter talks about making Strawberry Grass.

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Hiking Sugarloaf

James Donald of Hiking NB says the views from Sugarloaf make Campbellton a must visit for hikers.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:05:50]


Birthday cake, candles and bacteria

Michael Edwards of Science East calms any birthday fears you may have after researchers find blowing out birthday candles leaves bacteria on cake.

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Health of the Saint John harbour improving

UNBSJ's Karen Kidd has been studying the harbour for three years, and she says metal contaminants are down and diversity of life is up.

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NB native in Tesla contest

Rene Pier Plourde of Edmundston made a short film with his partner for Tesla's new ad contest. He's in the top 10, and hoping for top 3!

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Sandpiper Festival on in Dorchester

Birder Alain Clavette gets a festival preview at Johnson's Mills where the semi-palmated sandpipers are gathering!

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Celebrating bagpipes at the Highland Games

Games co-chair Chris Gallant brings in his bagpipes! The Fredericton Society of Saint Andrew Pipe Band will mark its 90th anniversary.

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Backyard Mushrooms

Greg Collette and Mike Kendrick are growing oyster and shiitake mushrooms on 3000 logs in the Pepper Creek area!

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[mp3 file: runs 00:08:39]


Big rocks in the woods

Hiking NB's James Donald explains how to find Balancing Rock and Chminey Rock near Deersdale.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:06:09]


Olympian to compete in NB Highland Games

Joe Hall has all the details on this weekend's heavy events, including who to watch for, and how athletes throw the hammer.

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Peregrine falcon injuries at AWI

Pam Novak talks about falcons injured at Hopewell Rocks and Assumption Place she's nursing back to health.

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Looking back at Nijmegen

Vanessa Vander Valk reflects on the highlights of the Nijmegen marches.

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Larlee Creek Hullabaloo wants you on stage

The 10th anniversary of the festival includes a contest for an emerging artist to 'Play Our Stage.'

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Residents of Miramichi can vote on how to spend city money

Residents 16 years of age and older can choose which projects to support with $50,000 from the city.

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Nijmegen diary - July 24

Shift host Vanessa Vander Valk talks with Col. Geoff Abthorpe Commander Joint Task Force Nijmegen about the significance of this year's march.

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12th Sappyfest coming up in Sackville

The art and music festival's creative director Steven Lambke gives us a preview of the Aug 4-6 event

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New bird sanctuary on Grand Manan

Birder Alain Clavette speaks with Paula Noel of the Nature Conservancy

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I'll have coffee AND tea, please

Chef Tiffany Tong tells us about a business idea she cooked up at the UNB Summer Institute

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Nijmegen diary - July 21

Vanessa takes us over the finish line at the Four Days Marches

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Mead business taking off

John Way of Sunset Heights Meadery on the growing popularity of his honey-based 'Pollen Angels' alcoholic beverages

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Medals for NB athletes at North American Indigenous Games

Chef de Mission Jason Peters with an update on 'Team Fear the Spear'

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Nijmegen diary - July 20

Vanessa's feet are battered and blistered, but wrapped and ready for one more day of marching

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Hiking the Fundy Footpath

Hiking NB's James Donald takes us to Little Salmon River, the Eye of the Needle and the 'Grand Canyon of New Brunswick'

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Free health coach program expands

Tara Werner, on the community health promotion program, Live Well

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Are you a mosquito magnet?

Science East's Michael Edwards on why some people get bitten more often

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Nijmegen diary - July 19

Half-way there! Vanessa checks in after Day 2 of the Four Days Marches

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Nijmegen diary - Jul 18

Vanessa checks in after a long day of marching

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Nijmegen diary - July 17

Vanessa tells us about her team's activities since arriving in Europe on Friday

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Right whales in the Gulf of St. Lawrence

Conservation biologist Sean Brillant on making room for endangered right whales in busy fishing grounds and shipping lanes

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[mp3 file: runs 00:09:18]


Marching cadet

Vanessa introduces us to the youngest member of her team - Alex Wishart, 14, of Portage la Prairie, Manitoba

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Honourary 'mayor' of Nijmegen base camp

Vanessa chats with Lt. Colonel Alward Strijker

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A call to take down backyard bird feeders

Birder Alain Clavette with advice to prevent the spread of trichomonosis

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Saint John drug dealers now pushing fentanyl, selling crystal meth

Diane Kerns of AIDS Saint John with an update on opioid use

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Indigenous athletes off to Toronto

Chef de Mission Jason Peters on New Brunswick's team at the North American Indigenous Games

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[mp3 file: runs 00:07:39]


Port Elgin library closes

The municipal building needs significant repairs.

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Barn board people concert featuring Tomato/Tomato

Norwood on the Washademoak B&B created people and the musicians Tomato/Tomato out of old barn board.

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Homegrown hops

Nic Southan from Southan Farms grows a variety of hops for craft brewery industry in the Maritimes.

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Hiking in the Bathurst area

James Donald takes us to Daly Point and attempts part of the Nepisiguit Mi'gmaq Trail

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Help for swallows

Pam Novak on some cliff swallows that fell into a parking lot and a bird virus spreading in the region

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Off to Nijmegen

Vanessa talks to her fill in Elke Semerad before taking off for her long marches in the Netherlands

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Tracking jellyfish

Nick Record of the Bigelow Laboratory for Ocean Sciences on a citizen science project on white cross and other jellyfish

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Track athletes off and running

Geneviève Lalonde and Steve LeBlanc on the national track and field championships and upcoming international competitions

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Birding in southwestern Nova Scotia

Alain Clavette finds oven birds female eiders and more

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Refugee legal challenge

Rachelle Bastarache updates us on the case against returning refugees to the United States

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New Brunswick filmmakers developing pilot

Jon Mann on 'Wolfville,' a proposed series about a small-town cop and his old friend-turned-drug-dealer

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Rainbow Seeds and strawberries

Patrick Leng on his family's farm in Riverside-Albert

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Back from Battlefield Bike Ride

Melissa Coleman and Leann Turnbull on their 600-km European trek to raise money for Wounded Warriors

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Hiking the falls with James Donald

Our hiking guide James Donald takes us to a couple of waterfalls.

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Fredericton's The Hypochondriacs

Fredericton's The Hypochondriacs are heading out on tour pretty soon. We check in with front man Josh Bravener and hear one of their tunes.

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Online consignment stores

Jason Osler looks at the appeal of online consignment stores.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:04:25]


Alain Clavette

Alain Clavette on the Canada Warbler and efforts to help the species and news about a rare bird sighting.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:09:13]


Alpaca baby Boromir!

Brigadoon Fiber Farm in Hoyt has a new baby - an alpaca named Boromir. On Homegrown, Rachel Fricker talks about her homestead farm and the joys of raising alpacas and spinning yarn from their fleece.

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Hiking on Grand Manan Island

Our guide, James Donald, tells us about two easy hikes on Grand Manan.

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LOST STORIES: Sheldrake Island

We'll hear about plans to mark a former leper colony on Sheldrake Island in northeastern New Brunswick.

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Hiking tips from Portugal

Nijmegen March veteran Jackie Johnson of Sackville on her latest long walk - the Camino de Santiago

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Play: Canada's Forgotten Father

Friends of Beaubears Island bring original play about New Brunswick Father of Confederation Peter Mitchell to Fredericton.

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Dieppe man to trek Trans Canada Trail through NB

Jacques LeBlanc is spending his summer weekends travelling 900 km of trail through the province - hiking, biking and canoeing!

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Honours for St. Andrews

Mayor Doug Naish on winning major a American news outlet's 'Best Destination in Canada' contest

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[mp3 file: runs 00:05:07]


Birding in Kouchibouguac

Alain Clavette on the national park's annual tern census

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Federal cabinet approves Sisson Mine

Government officials and the Conservation Council weigh in

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The week in New Brunswick politics

Michelle LeBlanc, Duncan Matheson and Michael Camp on the provincial AG report, bilingual senior civil servants, and season highlights

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[mp3 file: runs 00:18:07]


Silver for Gillis of Belleisle

Alan Gillis on honours for his winery's 2016 Premium Red at the All Canadian Wine Championships

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Art festival in Caraquet

Francine Francis of Metepenagiag on the 21st edition of the Atlantic Visual Arts Festival

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New digital release from Fredericton band

Peter Hicks of Sleepy Driver on 'Decomposed'

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Hiking at the beach

James Donald of Hiking NB takes us to Parlee and Murray Beach

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More turtles in trouble and some recovered birds of prey

Pam Novak of the Atlantic Wildlife Institute on human run-ins with turtles of the wood, painted and snapping varieties

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Riverview man performing on Broadway

Justin Collette on his debut in 'School of Rock'

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Comedy and tragedy in the great outdoors

Veteran actor and swordplay choreographer Jean-Michel Cliche on the 2017 season of Bard in the Barracks

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The monarchs are back!

Naturalist Jim Wilson on the early return of migrating butterflies

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New Brunswick historic places vie for contest money

Greg Marquis on Loyalist House and Dr. Colleen Hennessy on Doucet Hennessy House and the This Place Matters contest

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Birding in 'deciduous paradise'

Alain Clavette goes to Grand Lake and finds white-breasted nuthatches, flycatchers, pine warblers, and an eastern wood pewee

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Nijmegen update

Former marcher Janet Colwell's personal Dutch adventure and tips for Vanessa ahead of a crucial training weekend

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The week in New Brunswick politics

Michael Camp, Duncan Matheson and Michelle LeBlanc on Sears money, Rino Volpé's wrongful dismissal and the 'Wolostoq' River

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[mp3 file: runs 00:19:02]


Home grown

Chad Duplessis and Erica Ward on some of the good things cooking at the Natoaganeg Community Food Centre

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[mp3 file: runs 00:07:10]


Help for Harper

Becky Saunders of Woodstock on the community effort to support her sick niece

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New LP and new name for Moncton musician

Shaun LeBlanc on becoming Shaun LB and his new release 'Dawn'

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Hiking in Mount Carleton Provincial Park

James Donald takes us up Mount Bailey and around the Big Brook-Dry Brook loop

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Smartest critters in the 'hood

Michael Edwards of Science East with his top 3 most intelligent wild animals you might find in your backyard

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A newcomer's view of Canada

Venezuelan-Canadian Andrey Blanco of Saint John on his documentary 'Our Provinces'

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Wanted: night bird counters

Virginia Noble of WildResearch on a citizen science survey of nightjars

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[mp3 file: runs 00:06:30]


Whale rescue plan

Quebec whale researcher Robert Michaud on efforts to relocate a young beluga from the Nepisiguit River to the St. Lawrence

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[mp3 file: runs 00:11:29]


Bridge through time

Lisa Anne Ross of Solo Chicken Productions on a Canada 150 project combining history, art and theatre on the Fredericton walking bridge

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[mp3 file: runs 00:10:11]


New at King's Landing

Executive director Kevin Cormier on plans for the 2017 summer tourist season at the historical settlement

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[mp3 file: runs 00:06:29]


Birding

Alain Clavette observes a marsh wren building a nest and a couple of Virginia rails getting frisky

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[mp3 file: runs 00:12:57]


Life-changing voyage

Johanne McInnis of Saint John on the C3 Expedition

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[mp3 file: runs 00:09:24]


The week in New Brunswick politics

Rosella Melanson, Duncan Matheson and Michael Camp on the property tax scandal, "unfounded" sex assaults, foreign workers and EI

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[mp3 file: runs 00:18:42]


New 'social lab' for economic immigration

Alex LeBlanc of the New Brunswick Multicultural Council on the latest effort to attract and retain newcomers

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[mp3 file: runs 00:09:27]


New Brunswick potato producer starts making vodka

Devon Strang of Malden on Blue Roof Distillers

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Fredericton fiddler releases new album

Katherine Moller on 'Storm Queen'

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Hiking Campobello

James Donald of Hiking NB takes us on Gibraltar Rocks and Eagle Hill trails

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Hawk-eating tree and baby hares

Pam Novak of the Atlantic Wildlife Institute on a hawk with a mangled leg and tough love for cute wild animals

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Grade 8 students connect with Great War soldiers

Teacher James Rowinski and students Emma He and Xiuting Shi of George Street Middle School on their year-long history project

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Whale watching on the Nepisiguit

Terry Ellis on a young beluga whale that has been hanging out in a salmon pool in Bathurst

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Art and nature

Maegen Black of the Canadian Crafts Federation on a residency program for New Brunswick artists in Fundy National Park

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Vanessa and Alain's excellent birding adventure

Searching the swamp in Fredericton for willow flycatchers

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[mp3 file: runs 00:13:22]


The week in New Brunswick politics

Michael Camp, Duncan Matheson and Rosella Melanson discuss the new Conservative leader and language commissioner, and Parlee water

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[mp3 file: runs 00:18:25]


New play by Len Falkenstein

The Fredericton playwright on "Soft Target" premiering in Saint John

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[mp3 file: runs 00:07:35]


National geography challenge

High school students Holden O'Donnell and James Cogswell on their upcoming competition

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[mp3 file: runs 00:07:04]


Preventing late blight

Rick Peters of Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada with advice for backyard tomato and potato gardeners

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NB poet wins East Coast prize

Jennifer Houle on the latest literary award for her debut collection 'The Back Channels'

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New instrumental album from Saint John duo

Alison Cran on 'Journeys' and 30 years of Pegasus

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Turtle trouble

Pam Novak of the Atlantic Wildlife Institute on waterfalls, fishing lines and other turtle hazards

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[mp3 file: runs 00:08:52]


Asylum seeker marks 2 years in Shediac church

Akram Ben Salah of the New Brunswick Refugee Clinic on Tunisian Christian convert Mohamed Amine Maazaoui

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KVHS makes it to national Reach For The Top semi-final

Coach Jason Thorne and student Andrew Hirtle on the team's 2017 top-four finish

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Patrolling the back woods

Aaron Butler of the NB Off-Road Vehicle Enforcement Unit

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The week in New Brunswick politics

Duncan Matheson, Michael Camp and Michelle LeBlanc discuss call centre funding, Saint John poverty and Conservative leadership

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Birding

Alain Clavette on Xeno Canto and a wren update

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[mp3 file: runs 00:09:39]


NB Book Award winners

Kerry Lee Powell and M. Travis Lane

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Miramichi songstress pens new book

Susan Butler on 'For the Love of It: 60 Years of the Miramichi Folksong Festival'

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[mp3 file: runs 00:06:45]


ATV safety

NB All-terrain Vehicle Federation president Roger Daigle responds to new Sussex-area group

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[mp3 file: runs 00:09:53]


Home grown

Laura Reinsborough, director of the New Brunswick Food Security Action Network

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[mp3 file: runs 00:07:07]


Debunking Nessie

Science East's resident Scot Michael Edwards answers a persistent question about lake monsters

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