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Made in NB: Ganong

Posted by Vanessa Vander Valk

ganong.jpgFor many it's just not Christmas without Chicken Bones from Ganong! Janice MacPherson looks at the history of the famous candy company and how it's staying true to its roots. (Photo: Ganong Facebook page)

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Christmas bird counts

Posted by Vanessa Vander Valk

It's all in the family for our birder Alain Clavette! He speaks with his uncle who is the compiler for the Christmas Bird Count in the Moncton area about what's involved and about the importance of this annual event.

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Byelection, Hill Harrassment and NB Power

Posted by Vanessa Vander Valk

Shift's political panel - Michael Camp, Lisa Keenan and Jean Saint-Cyr - looks at the political stories this week.

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Corn Hill Nursery prepares for winter

Posted by Vanessa Vander Valk

Corn Hill Nursery near Sussex is a year round operation. They grow what they sell, and with the earth beginning to freeze, it's a race to get everything done before winter settles in. Bob Osborne explains.

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Young women say they're sexualized by school dress code

Posted by Vanessa Vander Valk

A group of young women is taking on the dress code at Fredericton High School saying that they are unfairly targetted and sexualized. They want the code out and a sexual harrassment policy in. Rachel Cave has the story.

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Painted Bunting and more!

Posted by Vanessa Vander Valk

paintedbunting.jpgAlain Clavette talks about a very colourful bird that's visiting the Acadian Peninsula right now, a Painted Bunting. Plus he talks about attracting Red Cardinals to your feeders. (Photo taken by Frank Branch on the Acadian Peninsula)

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Panel on roadwork email, credit union vote and byelection

Posted by Vanessa Vander Valk

Shift's political panel - Lisa Keenan, Jean Saint-Cyr and Michael Camp - talks about the email that suggests the politics of paving is alive and well, plus the vote on Caisses Populaires and the byelection in Saint John East.

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Wrightman Alpines moves to St. Andrews

Posted by Vanessa Vander Valk

alpineplants.jpgHarvey Wrightman has been growing alpine plants for rock gardens for 30 years. He sells them to customers all over the continent through his mail order catalogue. While St. Andrews may not seem a to be great spot for alpine plants, that where he's moved his nusery and it turns out it's a perfect fit!

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A big change and a big wish

Posted by Vanessa Vander Valk

stephen-lewis-before-after.jpgFredericton musician Stephen Lewis talks about his nine month journey to health, losing more than 150 pounds and quitting alcohol. He's hoping people will share his story to help inspire others. You can find his YouTube video here. (Photo: before and after provided by Stephen Lewis)

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Email looking for Liberal road contractors raises eyebrows

Posted by Vanessa Vander Valk

email.jpgIn New Brunswick, roads have always been political. An e-mail has surfaced that suggests that won't change under the Brian Gallant Liberals. Gallant says the e-mail has it wrong. The CBC's Jacques Poitras has the story.

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