Alexandre Silberman

Video Journalist

Alexandre Silberman is a video journalist with CBC New Brunswick based in Moncton. He has previously worked at CBC Fredericton, Power & Politics, and Marketplace. You can reach him by email at:

Latest from Alexandre Silberman

Magnetic Hill Zoo animals get vaccinated against COVID-19

From lions to caribou, some high-risk animals at the Magnetic Hill Zoo are getting vaccinated to protect them against COVID-19.

New Brunswick asking for ideas on French second-language education

New Brunswick is turning to the public for input on redesigning how French is taught in anglophone schools. The consultation comes after a report recommending replacing French immersion with a program available to all students.

Miramichi's long-awaited shelter leading people from homeless to housed

The city’s first adult facility has helped guide about 50 people into permanent housing, less than a year after officially opening its doors in August.

Bathurst vigil marks one year since Madison Roy-Boudreau's disappearance

Family and friends of Madison Roy-Boudreau gathered to release purple balloons into the sky at a vigil marking one year since the 14-year-old Bathurst girl disappeared.

N.B. tourism industry faces labour shortage as it prepares for rebound summer

In the seaside village of Alma, about 70 kilometres south of Moncton, seasonal business owners are scrambling to find staff as the summer approaches. Help wanted signs are posted in windows in shops, restaurants and inns.

Dieppe's $31M UNIplex undergoing repairs for leaky roof

The roof on Dieppe’s new UNIplex arena is leaking water, just over a year after the $31-million facility officially opened its doors.

Francophone lobby group questions delays in lawsuit over Vitalité's independence

Égalité Santé en français began a lawsuit in 2017, aiming to expand community control for the health authority. The legal challenge argues the province is infringing on charter rights by not providing francophones “full and complete” control over Vitalité.

Southeast N.B. communities fearful as series of suspicious fires continues

Residents are once again on edge after Chez Camille Take Out, a popular seafood restaurant in Cap-Pelé, went up in flames last month and is considered a total loss. RCMP consider the fire to be suspicious in nature.

Schools in Moncton's west end grapple with vandalism, homeless people on grounds

The principals of two schools in Moncton say they're concerned about the vandalism, used needles and homeless people they're seeing on school grounds.

Riverview community pantry aims to help feed those in need

A brightly-coloured cabinet is now piled high with everything from cereal to soup as a new resource for those struggling to put food on the table.