Julia Wright

Host, Information Morning Saint John

Julia Wright is a born-and-raised Saint Johner, reporter, photographer, and the host of Information Morning Saint John on 91.3FM. She has been with the CBC since 2016.

Latest from Julia Wright

Restoring the legacy of a 'trailblazing' Black Saint John writer

Born in Saint John in 1887, she wrote about the city from a perspective few people appreciated.

Love at the nursing home: A Saint John couple's unlikely romance

'Even during COVID-19, there is love still going around.'

New hiking trail forged out of 'blood, sweat and beer' — and a family's generosity

Bugs, bushwacking and porcupine encounters didn't stop Ian Lingley. The new trail he built at the Cape Spencer Lighthouse pays a tribute to a man he never met.

12 before-and-after photos show changing Saint John over 150 years

Plus ça change, plus c'est la même chose; the more things change, the more they stay the same.

N.B. malls reopen, but few stores ready for business

New Brunswick malls reopened on Wednesday, but not many stores were ready for business.

Retired navy vet, firefighter from Norton among victims of N.S. shooting

When Tom Bagley saw smoke coming from his neighbour's home in rural Nova Scotia, he "went running" to help. It would be the last fire he would ever respond to.

What it's like to have COVID-19: Saint Johner breaks silence on illness

She was careful. She washed her hands. She practised physical distancing. Still, she tested positive for COVID-19.

How a sea monster myth was born in west Saint John

For starters, you're going to need a quart of moonshine.

'Like a double agent': A Saint Johner's fight against conversion therapy

Conversion therapy nearly killed Victor Szymanski. After Justin Trudeau's Dec. 13 pledge to end the practice in Canada, the young Saint Johner tells his story publicly for the first time.

Lack of services for autistic son forces newcomer family to leave

For Hanan Fadel, it’s hard to sleep. Almost every night her seven-year-old son yells, runs, hits his head on the walls. 

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