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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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'We have our dog back'

B.C. woman has decided to treat pet with medical marijuana.

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Richard Simmons' disappearance

This reporter was investigating Richard Simmons' disappearance long before it reached podcast fame.

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Female doctors need now apply

Michael Enright's essay explores the treatment of female MDs during medical emergencies on planes;

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House flipping tax?

Ontario's Finance Minister says he is considering a foreign buyer's tax, but that may not be the best approach.

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Salvation for former Sackville United Church organ

Ed Eicker, music director at the Casavant's new home - St. Paul of the Cross Catholic Church in Park Ridge, Illinois

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Sourdough: It's all in the starter

Erin Gallagher on keeping sourdough alive. You've got to treat it like a pet.

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Burrito the porcupine is headed home

Pam Novak of the Atlantic Wildlife Institute gives an update on some of the animals ready for release back into the wild this spring

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Bilingual, multidisciplinary production begins NB tour Mar. 30

Director Marc-André Charron, of Satellite Théâtre, on "Golem," a musical, sci-fi, dance extravaganza with Tutta Musica

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Right whale researchers release new study

Heather Pettis, of the New England Aquarium, on the effects of bodily changes, such as fishing gear entanglements

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Half a million fish die as company goes belly up

Neville Crabbe of the Atlantic Salmon federation reacts to news of a huge sea lice infestation at a salmon farm in Passamaquoddy Bay

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Blood clinics to end in Restigouche

Dalhousie Mayor and blood donor Normand Pelletier is disappointed; but Canadian Blood Services' Peter MacDonald says demand is down

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Traditional musician embraces new media

Fredericton fiddler Katherine Moller on her new regular Facebook Live concert and instructional gigs

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The week in New Brunswick politics

Duncan Matheson, Michael Camp and Michelle LeBlanc on child protection, 'Canadian values,' and property tax flubs

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[mp3 file: runs 00:18:15]


Bathurst to Miramichi run

Jamie DeGrace and Bruno Haché on their own personal 70-km St. Paddy's Day run to 'Canada's Irish Capital'

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Birding

Alain Clavette on northern mockingbirds, building swallow houses, and spring mating habits of peregrine falcons

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Gerontologist author inspired by tai chi

Gary Irwin-Kenyon on 'Pathways to Stillness'

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Another NB artist still in the Searchlight competition

Jaryd Stanley, a Rothesay export now based in Toronto, on being one of only two finalists to make it through based on the popular vote.

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What kind of carbon pricing is right for New Brunswick?

Herb Emery, Vaughan Chair in Regional Economics at UNB, on some of the choices, concerns and opportunities in addressing climate change

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[mp3 file: runs 00:09:43]


Rogersville farm joins Equiterre

Kevin Arseneau of La ferme Terre Partagée on joining a family farm CSA network based in Quebec

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A prospector's life

George Willett remembers his father Claude, who spent a lifetime scouring northern NB for the next big find

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The science of Pi Day

Michael Edwards of Science East on the rationale for celebrating an irrational number on March 14th

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Mother Canada to Athena Mourning

UNB classics prof Matthew Sears on the parallels between modern and ancient Greek war memorials

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Saint John artist makes cut in CBC songwriting contest

Apryll Aileen on being chosen as regional Searchlight winner for New Brunswick

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'Dangerous' shirts head for Dragons' Den

Fredericton area entrepreneurs Jeff Alpaugh and Emilee Boychuk on their custom dress shirt business

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Spring bird song!

Alain Clavette has word on what birds are on the move, and a fascinating peregrine falcon camera.

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Hampton High School student votes yes to lowering the voting age

Zack Vogel is a high school student who spent his March break on Parliament Hill. He's caught the political bug and wants to make a difference.

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Marr's Sweet Syrup pitching Dragon's Den

Tavis Marr and his line of beeswax lip balm, lotion and soap may be hitting the big time. He is making a pitch in April on Dragon's Den on CBC Television.

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Friday political panel

Our Friday political panel weighs in on Parlee Beach, Organigram woes and pay equity.

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Homegrown: Bees

St.Andrews beekeeper James Whitehead tells us how his bees fared over the winter.

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Crystal Fitzherbert: new genetic testing law

A Fredericton woman applauds new legislation passed by the House of Commons that prohibits discrimination based on genetic testing results.

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Mike Biggar goes all in

Saint John area singer and songwriter Mike Biggar releases a new album - Go All In. There's a release show in Saint John on March 16.

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Turtle figures spring is around the corner

A wood turtle recovering from injuries to its shell is waking up at the Atlantic Wildlife Institute.

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New video from Ryan Hillier

A new solo album, a new video and a trip to Trinidad with his band Eastcoast Love Story. We chat with Ryan Hillier.

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Grand Manan lighthouse to be preserved

Laurie Murison of the Swallowtail Keepers Society explains plans for the Long Eddy Point Lighthouse after its transferred from federal ownership.

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The week in New Brunswick politics

Duncan Matheson, Michelle LeBlanc and Michael Camp on ranked ballots and the large tax assessment cut at Canaport LNG

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Travels in a land of exploding hammers

Video blogger Mike Corey of New Maryland on his experience at the Feast of San Juan de la Vega in Mexico

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Birding

Alain Clavette on some avian signs of spring

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Travel blogger raves about Moncton

Andrew Gunadie on the trip that inspired a glowing video review of the hub city

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Looking to buy local produce this summer?

Eva Rehak of Alva Farm in Saint-Maurice on a Community Supported Agriculture fair happening Sunday in Dieppe

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Inshore fisheries case in federal judge's hands

CBC's Paul Withers on a case challenging Ottawa's right to ban deals that turn over inshore fishing control and profits to corporations

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New stage name for Andy Brown

The Fredericton singer-songwriter on recovering from injury and reinventing himself as Adyn Townes

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Live music "Block Party" to coincide with ECMAs

Peter Rowan on a festival of other east coast music next month in Saint John

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Live album recording at new venue in Bristol

Tommy Green Jr on being home in Carleton County for a working vacation

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New tool for preserving indigenous languages

Jenny Hill of Dadavan Systems on a new web-based virtual museum called Cultural Codex

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Sculpting prime ministers

Artist Darren Byers, of the Sussex area, on being chosen, with Fred Harrison, to contribute to a national historic site

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Forward Music Group celebrates 10 years

Kyle Cunjak on a show Friday to mark a milestone for the independent label started by musicians in Fredericton

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Ice storm update

Bill Lawlor, NB director of the Canadian Red Cross on victims registered, funds raised, and next steps

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The week in New Brunswick politics

Michelle LeBlanc, Michael Camp and Duncan Matheson on funding for Sears, migrants at the border, and student aid for the middle class

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Birding

Alain Clavette on feeding snow buntings, hunting for gyrfalcons, a Great Gray Owl sighting in Pocologan, and debunking an eagle attack

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Psst! Want to trade for some awesome tomato seeds?

Michael Hutton on "Seedy Sunday" this weekend in St. Andrews

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The science of cold gasoline

Michael Edwards of Science East on why it's best to keep a full tank in winter

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Saint John-area trio releases eclectic new album

Bill Preeper on "Bonnett House," a collaboration with Clinton Charlton and Sandy MacKay

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Boiestown country-rock artist enters Searchlight contest

Josh Norrad on "Backroads," a tribute to a lost friend

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Did Canada begin in NB or PEI?

PEI politicians Wayne Easter & Diane Griffin on NB's Canada 150 slogan and why they want official birthplace designation for PEI

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The week in New Brunswick politics

Michael Camp, Duncan Matheson and Michelle LeBlanc discuss the lobby for a second nuclear reactor and municipal reforms

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Ice storm petition

Roger St-Pierre of Maltempec on the push for a public inquiry into the response to extended power outages

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Birding

Alain Clavette on how birds survive in blizzards

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Matt Andersen remembers Stuart McLean

The New Brunswick blues singer on the storyteller who introduced him to audiences across Canada

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Jeep club provides storm rides

Gord Revelle of Storm Recovery Volunteers on providing emergency transportation in Moncton

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Refugee resettlement is a two-way street

Researcher Jan Stewart says Canadians have to get out of their comfort zones to help newcomers join communities

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Wedding venue destroyed by fire

Janice Bates on a devastating fire Wednesday morning at Bates Barn in Long Point on the Kingston Peninsula

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Rough ride in blizzard for flying squirrel

Pam Novak of the Atlantic Wildlife Institute on a flying squirrel that bumped its noggin in the Moncton area during Monday's storm

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First single for St. Stephen country artist

CBC Searchlight contestant Eloie Richard on "Middle of the Night" and growing up country

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Love letters from the "father of Canadian poetry"

Francesca Holyoke of the UNB archives on a new acquisition of Charles G. D. Roberts letters being unveiled for Valentine's Day

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The week in New Brunswick politics

Duncan Matheson, Michelle LeBlanc and Michael Camp discuss money troubles, baby making, and pickling

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Seniors go high-tech

York Care Centre residents try out virtual reality with Fredericton researcher Sherry Law

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Birding

Alain Clavette meets hawk expert Jean‐François Therrien

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Commentary: Rural hockey mom calls unsportsmanlike conduct

A story about KV hockey teams missing games has Theresa Blackburn thinking about the urban-rural divide in NB youth hockey

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NB growers to gather in Fredericton

Kent Coates of Nature's Route Farm in Point de Bute on the 10th annual Organic Forum set for Feb. 14

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The science of aphrodisiacs

Michael Edwards of Science East on chocolate and other favourite Valentine's Day treats

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Third studio album for Robertville singer-songwriter

Cédric Vieno on his forthcoming album "Autopsie D'un Peureux," due out Feb. 24

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NB Student Alliance welcomes post-secondary budget increase

Executive director Robert Burroughs reacts to $7M funding increase and changes to summer employment program

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Upgrades at Saint John Regional Hospital

Chief of Staff Dr. John Dornan on plans to spend $90M on renovations to the oncology, ICU and surgical units

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New downhill ski trend hits Sugarloaf Provincial Park

Park manager Greg Dion on Sugarloaf's upcoming, first-ever snowskating race

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The week in New Brunswick politics

Michael Camp and Duncan Matheson on Trudeau's broken electoral reform promise and the response to the ice storm

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Law students research for refugees

Rachelle Bastarache, a McGill law student from New Brunswick, on a cross-country research-a-thon she helped organize

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Birding

Alain Clavette and his students spot a golden eagle; Alain sings the praises of his fave NB wetland; and the trouble with birds and deer

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St. George country singer gets big break

Tyler Deveau on winning a contest to open for Brett Kissel; and his EP, "Good Time to Be Us"

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How to spot fake news

Mount Allison University Professor Erin Steuter gives us a few 'Tips for Truth Detectives'

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'Red-neck machinist turned cosmetic guy'

Tavis Marr on the rocketing success of Marr's Sweet Syrup beeswax lip balm

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New Brunswick man concerned about lack of home phone service in power outage

Sackville's Alf Walker warns basic corded home phones don't work in long power outages with FibreOP service

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Bald eagle gets snared in coyote trap in northern New Brunswick

Pam Novak of the Atlantic Wildlife Institute says it took power tools to get snare off of tangled wing

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Camera owner traced through picture of family memento

Fredericton's Joanne Gibson on being one of the intermediaries who helped her brother in Florida get his lost camera back

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Karate Kate wins bronze

Fredericton's Kate Campbell picked up a bronze medal at a major international competition in Paris on the weekend.

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Atlantic Salmon Federation tracking data used in new research

The ASF's Jonathan Carr on a new study of Northwest Miramichi salmon published in the ICES Journal of Marine Science

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Ice storm tough on bird populations

Alain Clavette explains how birds are effected by ice, plus he talks about birds of prey and a rare bird alert.

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State of the province, plus Cardy and O'Leary

Our political panel explores some of the big stories from the week in politics.

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Can you see music, or feel colours?

Michael Edwards of Science East explores something called synesthesia - where your senses get sort of crossed.

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Downhill ice cross coming back to Bathurst

Bruno Richard on preparations for Crashed Ice 2017 on College Hill

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Miramichi country music legend remembered

Fiddler Norman Young on the sudden passing of band mate Bill Mullin, founder of Canada's Country Music Opry in Red Bank

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The week in New Brunswick politics

Rosella Melanson, Michael Camp and Michelle LeBlanc on water testing at Parlee Beach, exaggerated job numbers, and Trudeau on tour

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Dispatch from D.C.

MLA Brian Macdonald on US presidential inauguration day at the Canadian Embassy in Washington

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The future of Sears in New Brunswick

Retail analyst Bruce Winder on the iconic brand's new business services centres and re-invention strategy

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Birding

A snowy owl is the highlight of Alain Clavette's latest birding excursion in Tantramar Marsh

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National parks and historic sites to get birthday makeover

Parks Canada's Geraldine Arsenault on a big infusion of federal funding for Kouchibouguac and two other NB sites

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New group helps people find local food in Saint John area

Jayne Jones on her Facebook group Good Food Hunting

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Young NB Conservative reviews Quebec leadership debate

PCNB youth president Alex Lord-Giroux still backing Michael Chong after 13 candidates square off in Quebec City in French

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Duck coated by mystery oil spill

Pam Novak on cleaning up an American black duck found in the Moncton area covered in a diesel-type film

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Restigouche psychiatric hospital under two reviews

Vitalité Health Network CEO Gilles Lanteigne on investigations into concerns about admission delays, incidents and absenteeism

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Memramcook singer-songwriter releases classic country recording

Jason LeBlanc on "Dans Son Prime" and his musical alter ego Menoncle Jason

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Fredericton teen is face of national Easter Seals campaign

Brandon Liston on being an ambassador for people with disabilities and special needs

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Commentary: The high cost of prescription drugs

Theresa Blackburn of Woodstock shares a personal family story about dealing with Crohn's and Colitis without drug coverage

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Bilingual play about migration crisis and Maritime village to open in Sackville

Alex Fancy on "Refuge," the latest production by the Tintamarre theatre company at Mount Allison University

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The week in New Brunswick politics

Duncan Matheson, Michelle LeBlanc and Michael Camp on hwy funding, getting women to run for office and Trudeau's vacation scandal

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[mp3 file: runs 00:18:22]


In search of New Brunswick music builders

Jean Surette on a new Music New Brunswick project for Canada's 150th

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Owls of NB 101

Alain Clavette guides us through the hoots, calls, barks and screams of owls you may hear across the province

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Finding new places to sell local vegetables in the St. John River Valley

A month after Real Food Connections closure, Tim Livingstone is now selling at the Cultural Market & Strawberry Hill Farm in Woodstock

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Measuring light and sound

Michael Edwards of Science East says there's a lot of confusion around the units of measured used for light and sound.

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Saint-Jack releases Birmingham EP

You'd think JE Sheehy would be too busy with his other bands like Beard Springsteen to release his own project. Not so.

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Miramichi soap maker creates feel of home for Syrians

Theodora Burard made some tradional laurel and olive oil soap in hopes of providing refugees with a reminder of home.

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NBCC students make dog coats for Saint John shelter

Industrial sewing instructor Stephen Taylor says students practiced skills while making dog coats and baby blankets to donate.

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Fredericton artist on the hunt for painting she gave away

Donna Mulholland placed two paintings for people to find as part of a project called Flood the Streets with Art. She heard from one finder, but not the other.

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The week in New Brunswick politics

Michelle LeBlanc, Michael Camp and Duncan Matheson discuss the resignation of Dominic Cardy as NDP leader & the health funding deal

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Questions and answers about changes to preschool autism services

Woodstock parent Sloan Rees and Autism Intervention Services CEO Danielle Pelletier on the move to a single service provider

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January birding near Hopewell Rocks

Alain Clavette goes searching for purple sandpipers and finds something much, much bigger

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Business and music reporter from NB writes book about Joel Plaskett

Globe and Mail writer Josh O'Kane on "Nowhere With You, the East Coast Anthems of Joel Plaskett, The Emergency and Thrush Hermit"

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New slow food convivium in Miramichi

Urban micro-farmer Matthew Trevors on a new group dedicated to preserving local food traditions

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Retired firefighters and off-duty police officer save man from fiery crash

Former firefighter Troy Morton of St. George was one of three people to save a man from a burning SUV on Hwy 1 in Saint John Tuesday

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Winter camping at Fundy Park

Our trail guide James Donald tells us about his recent stay in a chilly rustic cabin

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Fredericton rocker releases acoustic album

Jon Fidler on his first release in 10 years, "Lonesome Serenade"

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Top NB political stories of 2016

Panelists Michael Camp, Duncan Matheson and Rosella Melanson discuss the new PC leader, judicial independence, the Mactaquac Dam, and more

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Birding

Alain Clavette interviews three prominent birders, including a Big Year champ and contender, looking for common shelducks in Saint John

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New kid on the craft cider block in Fredericton

Ed Teale started York County Cider last March and the business is growing

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Remembering Apohaqui cyclist Ellen Watters

An archive interview with Ellen, then remembrances from teammate Emily Flynn and comments from Cycling Canada's Jacques Landry

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