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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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Blondie

Who was Sheryl Sheppard? David speaks to her family, friends and coworkers to try to find out clues to explain her sudden disappearance.

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How drug use fuelled Nazi Germany

German writer Norman Ohler argues methamphetamines and opioids played a significant role in fuelling the Nazi war machine.

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Inspiring wanderlust

6 podcasts on trotting the globe: Outside/In, Vox Tablet, The Expats, The Moth, Still Buffering, The Memory Palace.

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Cities need to plan for sex in public parks

Jen Roberton argues all those users have a right to be in the park, and that cities should plan for public sex in their parks.

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Gift ideas for New Brunswick foodies

Sommelier and culinary coach Robert Noël of gives us a few festive food pairings and a cocktail recipe with all local ingredients

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Are snowflakes really unique?

According to Science East's Michael Edwards there are even more kinds of snowflakes than most of us realize

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[mp3 file: runs 00:09:43]


Centreville singer releases Christmas song and video

Tommy Green Jr on his latest project, "You don't need no mistletoe," complete with Saint John school kids, animation and an ex-Mufasa.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:09:29]


Stop spraying petition

About 30 protestors gathered at the legislature to present a petition against spraying the herbicide glyphosate. They spoke with the minister.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:03:17]


Gift ideas for New Brunswick music lovers

Jeff Boudreau of Jeff's Musical Car recommends a few albums

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UNB students will help teach IBM cognitive technology to fight cyber crime

Dean of computer science Ali Ghorbani on beta testing Watson and becoming Canada Research Chair in cybersecurity

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Screen time having detrimental effect on children's sleep

Stephane Robichaud on the NB health council's latest report: modest improvements in child obesity, mental health; more rest needed

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Gift ideas for New Brunswick book lovers

Carolyn Guy of Atlantic Books Today shares a few book picks for holiday shoppers

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[mp3 file: runs 00:06:57]


Political panel

Michael Camp, Duncan Matheson and Rosella Melanson on the NB Auditor General's report, federal democratic reform, and pipelines

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[mp3 file: runs 00:21:39]


Chefs pitch in to help injured colleague at new St. Stephen brew pub

Picaroons Brew House manager Brendan Moore on a roller-coaster-ride opening at the Five Kings Restaurant for chef Lisa Aronson

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Real Food Connections closure a hit to small farmers

Tim Livingstone of Strawberry Hill Farm near Woodstock on the loss of a major buyer

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[mp3 file: runs 00:11:11]


Fighting stereotypes of indigenous people in pop culture

Critic, arts advocate, and CBC columnist Jesse Wente on the path from racist sports mascots to cultural self-representation

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[mp3 file: runs 00:12:48]


Snow day at the Atlantic Wildlife Institute

Pam Novak on being snowed in with no power and dozens of animals

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[mp3 file: runs 00:07:18]


Charlotte County group wants control of regional hospital

Trudy Higgins on persistent dissatisfaction with Horizon Health management of hospital in St. Stephen

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Scientists find lots of life under lake ice

The Canadian Rivers Institute's Brian Hayden dives into the chilly frontier of winter research and finds complex web of activity

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[mp3 file: runs 00:08:27]


Christmas Craft Festival contest

NB Crafts Council executive director Alison Murphy gives us details about a Dec 2-4 event in Saint John and we launch a contest!

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Fire chief says Central St. John River Valley needs new fire truck

Hartland fire chief Mike Walton wants a platform ladder truck to serve communities from Beechwood to Nackawic

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Doak family celebrated in tourism project

Doak House historic site manager Valerie O'Donnell on plans to rebuild an early 19th century barn

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[mp3 file: runs 00:06:50]


Bathurst fire rescue

Louis Thériault recounts bravery-medal-winning role in helping victims of October duplex fire on Vanier Blvd

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A missile factory for NB?

Atlantic defence industry rep Rich Billard on the prospects of attracting an MBDA plant to supply Irving navy contract

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NB bird researcher published in journal Nature

Shift birder Alain Clavette speaks to member of arctic research team at U de M and Belleisle woman who spots rare Townsend's solitaire

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Mt A students headed to world finals of computer programming challenge

Micah Stairs of Lower Coverdale and Finn Lidbetter of Ontario on their impressive performance at Northeast North America regionals

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Home grown garlic products

Joanne Venart of Gagetown Garlic has five varieties of locally grown bulbs, plus jellies and pastes galore

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Eel River Bar opens new health centre

Ugpi'Ganjig Health Centre's Dean Vicaire on what having a doctor and homegrown services means to the First Nation community

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Fredericton's new Rhodes scholar

Angela Yu and the UNB assistant prof who inspired her

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The science of warm socks

Michael Edwards of Science East gets technical on ways to keep your tootsies toasty

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[mp3 file: runs 00:06:55]


Cat population boom at Bas-Caraquet shipyard

Cat rescue volunteer Hélène McLaughlin and vet Carole McGrath are working to sterilize and find new homes for dozens of feral cats.

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Fredericton band Mayors releases first full-length album

Guitarist and producer Brad Perry on "Offers" - the follow-up to a successful EP

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English teacher from Saint John experiences quake in Japan

Checking in with Mike Wilson in Iwaki, Fukushima

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Sackville group sees huge potential for woodlots in carbon pricing

Dale Prest of Community Forests International and Lisa Barkley of the South East New Brunswick Wood Marketing Board favour cap and trade

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NatureKids NB clubs expanding to Sackville, Bathurst, St. Stephen

Nature NB's Vanessa Roy-McDougall on the growing interest in outdoor adventure clubs for youth aged 6 to 12

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[mp3 file: runs 00:05:38]


The week in New Brunswick politics

The political panel talks school buses and linguistic duality, political financing, and the growing role of fake news

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[mp3 file: runs 00:19:18]


Birding

Alain Clavette on the selection of the gray jay as national bird, some rare sightings around the province and a lifer

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Joey Robin Haché launches second album

After his acclaimed debut "Repaver l'âme" the Nigadoo/Moncton alt-folk-rock artist releases "Stigmates" with shows this week.

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Breeding your own hybrid plants

Michael Mazourek of Cornell previews the talk he'll give this month at the Atlantic Canadian Organic Regional Network conference

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[mp3 file: runs 00:06:40]


Beresford library launches good deed collection

Marie-Claude Gagnon on an outreach project by staff at the Mgr Robichaud Public Library to spread goodwill for the holidays

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Edmundston's Lancaster bomber moving to Ontario

Chris Colton of the National Air Force Museum of Canada on a new plan to move and restore the historic military aircraft

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The case for tripling Canada's population

U of T professor Irvin Studin gives a preview of his talk at Mt A on growing Canada's population to 100 million by the end of the century

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The science of winter tires

Science East's Michael Edwards on what makes winter tires a better fit for our Canadian winters

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[mp3 file: runs 00:06:58]


Fredericton musicians mark anniversary of 'The Last Waltz'

Sean Hutchins on a collaborative tribute to The Band's 40-year-old iconic album planned for Nov. 24 at the Boyce Farmers Market

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NB man finds family war stories in Dalhousie museum book

Les Dewar was searching for family graves when a chance meeting connected him to his father as a young soldier in the First World War

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NB Student Alliance pitches 8 policy proposals

Robert Burroughs on expanding tuition bursaries, campus mental health services, health care for international students

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Birding

Alain Clavette answers a listener's question about a crow with white wing tips and has the story of a banded gull spotted in Dieppe

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Uncovering the mysteries of the Rockwood Comfort Club monument

Peter Little on his research into fallen soldiers from the neighbourhood around Saint John's Public Gardens

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New Brunswick political watchers try to make sense of Trump victory

Our political panelists Michael Camp, Michelle LeBlanc and Duncan Matheson deconstruct the surprising U-S election results

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All-local menu at Fredericton pop-up

Mindy Trail, one of three chefs behind Local Eats, on their 100% New Brunswick burger joint, open this month at the Delta hotel.

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Wonderful Water Street

St. Andrews Heritage Board member Lee Sochasky on a win for the town in the Great Places in Canada contest

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Bear cub injured too badly to be saved

Pam Novak on a very tiny bear cub with a broken leg found by rangers and brought to the Atlantic Wildlife Institute

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[mp3 file: runs 00:08:22]


LG prize for Fredericton poet

M Travis Lane on her life's work, love of words, and new Lieutenant-Governor's Award for High Achievement in the Arts

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New album from Adam Washburn

Lift Me Up was recorded in Halifax, but the musician is back home in Saint John and planning a spring tour

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Rothesay painter recognized

Suzanne Hill on receiving a Lieutenant-Governor's Award For High Achievement In The Arts

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Salmon conservationists team up to save fish on the Miramichi

Shirley Roach-Albert of the Collaboration for Atlantic Salmon Tomorrow discusses projects that have received $4.7 M in funding

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Remembering Chelsea

CBC's Joe Tunney reflects on the death of a friend he met while battling cancer.

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One-man play celebrates two generations of NB actors

Shawn Wright plays himself and the mother who nurtured him in storytelling and theatre in "Ghost Light"

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Bonar Law students issue push-up challenge

World Issues students Emma Babineau and Heaven Augustine talk about a class project to raise awareness of post-traumatic stress disorder

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[mp3 file: runs 00:05:17]


The week in New Brunswick politics

Panelists Michelle LeBlanc, Duncan Matheson and Michael Camp discuss the speech from the throne and what's at stake for NB in the US vote

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[mp3 file: runs 00:18:39]


Late fall birding

Birder Alain Clavette on rare geese to watch for, along with some colourful ducks; and recent arrivals of winter birds

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Woodstock volunteers back from Haiti

Nurse Cathy Davies describes her hurricane relief efforts in the L'Asile area with fellow nurse Rachel Blaquiere and Dr. Heather Dow

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[mp3 file: runs 00:07:12]


New Brunswick cranberry farmers face low prices

Gilles Martin and Nicole Comeau have long-term hopes of going organic at Les Jardins De La Prairie in Richibucto-Village

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Local prosperity expert speaking at Miramichi conference

Michael Shuman praises NB's local investment tax credit, local procurement policy; sees potential for crowdfunding, investment funds

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Luring tourists to New Brunswick with food

Rebecca Mackenzie of the Culinary Tourism Alliance on efforts to develop tourism by linking local farmers and restaurants

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Saint John band Bad People release new album

"You're This Close" is folk-rock with big sound and dark undertones

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Miramichi seniors plan independent living facility

Green Cove Co-operative chair Vernon Goodfellow is one of 50 people who've signed up for a future housing development on the river

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SHAD Innovators Of The Year

Sophie Theriault is one of two NB students who helped create an on-line business platform connecting small-scale farmers to households

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Zombie insects

Science East's Michael Edwards dishes on a fungus that takes over ants and makes them explode and wasps with remote-control cockroaches

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Fighting flooding

Sussex Mayor Marc Thorne says berms and rebates are under consideration to protect homes and businesses from future flooding

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The week in New Brunswick politics

Panelists Michael Camp, Duncan Matheson and Michelle LeBlanc discuss the new Tory leader, senate appointments and lotto corp spending

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[mp3 file: runs 00:17:01]


Correctional Investigator reacts to Glen Wareham inquest findings

Howard Sapers weighs in after coroner's jury finds no lessons in death of Dorchester inmate from self-harm complications

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Birds and buildings

Alain Clavette sees a lifer, answers a question about mourning doves and finds out about buildings and bird strikes

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Halloween rules in Northern NB

Bathurst's mayor wants to relax age and time limits in the name of fun, while Balmoral's cites security for 7 p.m. cut off

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Fresh veggies nine months of the year

Susan Linkletter talks about the innovative techniques she uses to keep growing almost year round in Salisbury.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:08:17]


Truth and Reconciliation update

Marie Wilson is hopeful and inspired by TRC work; asks academics what they can do to fight ignorance of indigenous history and culture

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NB Symfunny Orchestra set to hit the stage

Marshall Button tells us about a new show that, in the tradition of Merrie Melodies, combines comedy and orchestral music.

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Bruno the wonder dog saves a life

Eva Hachey tells us how the chihuahua mix she adopted from the Fredericton SPCA helped her in a medical emergency

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[mp3 file: runs 00:09:56]


Late season orphan at Atlantic Wildlife Institute

Pam Novak talks about a bobcat kitten that followed some children a couple of weeks ago on a street in southeastern New Brunswick

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[mp3 file: runs 00:06:49]


New EP from Les Jeunes d'Asteure

Two members of the Moncton-area, "progressive art rock" quintette talk about "paradis, possiblement"

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The Once returns to NB with songs from new EP

The Nfld trio's Geraldine Hollett talks about "We Win Some We Lose" ahead of shows in Fredericton, Saint John and Riverview

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Environmental group welcomes climate report

The Conservation Council's Louise Comeau applauds a new report by MLAs on how NB should combat climate change.

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Wandering hooves

Wayne Morgan tells CBC's Catherine Harrop about a cow that just doesn't want to leave her riverside summer home.

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Suspense builds for Silver Wave Film Fest

Cat LeBlanc sets the scene for more than 80 films - from experimental to comedy - to be screened Nov. 3-6 in Fredericton

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PC leadership preview

Two out of three members of our political panel predict the same winner at the October 22 Tory leadership convention in Fredericton

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Birds to watch for in the coming weeks

Alain Clavette talks about recent sightings and seasonal migrations: hummingbirds, juncos, widgeons, dunlins and more!

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Home Grown - New provincial food strategy

National Farmers Union representative Ted Wiggins assesses the provincial government's efforts to promote local food and drink

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[mp3 file: runs 00:07:15]


Modernizing Supreme Court of Canada nominations

University of Toronto professor emeritus Peter Russell previews his UNB Rand lecture

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[mp3 file: runs 00:10:24]


Why cat eyes glow in the dark

Science East's Michael Edwards sheds some light on spooky eyes of cats and other creatures caught in headlights

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Moncton singer releases new single and video

Michelle Thibodeau talks to us from Toronto about "Checkmate" and plans for a full-length album

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Monster-sized salmon netted on Miramichi

Fishing guide Winston Gilks tells the tale of a 35-pound salmon caught last week on the Southwest Miramichi at Blissfield.

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Trump in Maine

Freelance journalist Joseph Tunney describes the scene Saturday inside a Donald Trump rally in Bangor, Maine.

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Woodstock medical mission in Haiti

Nurse Cathy Davies talks about the hurricane relief work she's doing in L'Asile with fellow nurse Rachel Blaquiere and Dr. Heather Dow.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:07:23]


The week in New Brunswick politics

Duncan Matheson, Michael Camp and Michelle LeBlanc discuss access to information, support for refugee newcomers, and federal transfers

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[mp3 file: runs 00:16:17]


The family that birds together

Alain Clavette tells us about the birds he and his mother spotted on her annual trip to New Brunswick

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The future of Canadian peacekeeping

Lee Windsor of UNB's Gregg Centre for the Study of War and Society on renewed interest in peace-keeping/building missions abroad

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School apple adventure

Kindergarten and Grade One students from Connaught School in Fredericton go apple picking at Everett Family Orchard!

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[mp3 file: runs 00:03:29]


Duck treated for BB shot

Pam Novak on a mallard taken in to the Atlantic Wildlife Institute from Dieppe with an infected growth on its neck from a toy gun wound

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New Brunswick help for Haiti

Richard Blaquiere with an update on the Mark Gallagher memorial school and a new Woodstock medical team mission

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Moncton fiddler wrapping up new album tour

Christine Melanson on playing the Celtic Colours Festival and her first solo album, Constellations

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Theatre New Brunswick teams up with Théâtre populaire d'Acadie

Playwright and TNB artistic director Thomas Morgan Jones on the making of "A Sunday Affair" and upcoming premiere and tour plans

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Carbon pricing, PC fundraising and legalized pot

Panelists Michael Camp, Duncan Matheson and Michelle LeBlanc discuss the week in provincial politics.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:19:45]


Freeing the dolphins

Andrew Reid of the Marine Animal Response Society, on how six Atlantic white-sided dolphins were finally rescued in Lameque Harbour

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Birding at the St-Joseph sewage lagoon

Acadian birder Alain Clavette and his friend Yolande LeBlanc check out the bird action...downwind...from behind a new blind

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Moncton writer reacts to Governor General's award nomination

Kerry Lee Powell on making the Literary Award for Fiction short-list with Willem De Kooning's Paintbrush short story collection

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Young immigrants thrive in small-town New Brunswick

Fredericton native Stacey Wilson-Forsberg talks about her research on the experience of newcomers in Florenceville-Bristol and Fredericton.

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Homemade fruit drinks

On this instalment of Home Grown Allison Juta talks about making cordials, shrubs and bubbles.

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Hiking in the Saint John area

Trail guide James Donald leads us over Turtle Mountain near Grand Bay-Westfield to the Irving Nature Park.

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Coastal squeeze

Australian marine ecologist Emma Johnston talks about increasing pressure on coastal sites around the world from Sydney to Saint John

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[mp3 file: runs 00:09:16]


Saint John musician releases gospel album

Grant Heckman has taken the name Isaiah Lightning for his new album called Starry Crown

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Fighting wildlife trafficking

Dr. Jane Goodall asks people to #StandWithJane against poaching of apes, elephants, parrots and more

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[mp3 file: runs 00:08:47]


Whale rescue

Campobello Whale Rescue team member Mackie Green on freeing a young humpback that was stuck in a weir near Blacks Harbour for four days

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Bilingualism and access to information

The panel weighs in on the premier's call for linguistic tolerence, the return to early French immersion and the access to information flap.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:22:03]


Cybersecurity tips and opportunities

Threatscape founder Dermot Williams talks about fighting off cyber threats and business parallels between NB and Ireland.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:08:01]


Does Bill C-51 go too far?

Legal expert Kent Roach explains why he has called the bill 'the most radical national security law in generations.'

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[mp3 file: runs 00:10:27]


Cider and Cortlands and Macs! Oh pie!

Chas MacKay talks about u-pick conditions and the evolution of his family orchard business on the Kingston Peninsula

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Fabulous fall hiking

Trail guide James Donald's picks for the best places to appreciate autumn colours and crisp weather.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:07:04]


Royal bump...set, spike

Coach from Baie-Ste-Anne, New Brunswick, hosts Duke and Duchess of Cambridge at University of British Columbia Okanagan volleyball game.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:05:48]


Defamation expert reacts to Right To Information flap

UNB associate law professor Hilary Young is concerned by NB Liquor threats against the information commissioner.

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Creepy crawly critters

Pam Novak has been busy removing parasites from her furry and feathered friends at the Atlantic Wildlife Institute.

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Cross-country canoe trek sequel

We check in with Mike Ranta as he heads east on the rivers of Canada a second time, raising money for veterans.

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Hot lobsters

A Maine researcher outlines new findings on lobster survival with warming water and ocean acidification.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:05:30]


Miramichiers welcome Syrian newcomers

Private sponsor church group member Wayne Mullin talks about the ups and downs of helping a Syrian family settle in Miramichi

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Moncton filmmaker wins Atlantic Film prize

Craig Norris wins best cinematography for his new documentary - Kokota: The Islet of Hope

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Art for the birds

Birder Alain Clavette spots a rare exhibit in the lobby of the Canadian Wildlife Service building in Sackville.

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Hiking in St. Stephen

James Donald guides the way along trails in the Ganong Nature Park and on Simpson Hill.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:07:33]


Selby Evans's "Soul"

Singer returning home to Moncton to launch album inspired by Acadian roots.

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Petitcodiac edibles

Andrew Downey of the Petitcodiac Watershed Alliance says goose tongue and samphire greens are making a comeback in Moncton.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:04:39]


Remembering Ernie Sears

Sackville's Ernie Sears loved playing music, so it's fitting friends like Harold Miller are planning a concert to honour his memory.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:13:23]


Pumpkin queen

Maureen Tingley's 553-kg pumpkin won the prize at the 2016 Giant Pumpkin Provincial Festival in Neguac.

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Birding in the Bay of Fundy

A Cory's shearwater and blue shark were among the highlights of Alain Clavette's 2016 Great Pelagic Bonanza

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Canada's "biggest drug safety crisis"

Dr. David Juurlink of Toronto's Sunnybrook hospital calls for better monitoring of opioid deaths and non-fatal overdoses.

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Hiking at Mt. Carleton

Hiking guide James Donald checks out the new portage trail at Mount Carleton Provincial Park

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Jessica Rhaye's Song in Me

The Hampton singer-songwriter's new album features a Ken Tobias cover and songs written with friends like Matt Andersen and Brent Mason.

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Young goat claims family dog as its mother

Jason Beaton of Maplehurst Farms says Traveller the goats follows Bonnie the English Mastiff around, and even sleep ON her!

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NB women cycling for Wounded Warriors

Fredericton's Leeann Turnbull and Melissa Coleman are preparing for the Battlefield Bike Ride from London to Vimy to raise money to help veterans.

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Close encounter of the whale kind

Deer Island's Kaitlyn Pendleton talks about meeting a hump back whale while on her stand up paddle board.

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Panel looks at the economic growth plan

Our political panel considers the Gallant government's new growth strategy, plus a fuss over the contingency fund and new poll numbers.

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Birding on Grand Manan

Alain Clavette prepares for his Great Pelagic Bonanza 2016!

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