Sarah Trainor is the morning newsreader at CBC New Brunswick. She has worked for the CBC since 2005.
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Keepsake from long-ago beachcombing days arrives in senior's mailbox
There was always a piece missing from Jim Gaunce's expansive beachcombing collection spanning 50 years. And that's weighed on the mind of a Colorado woman, who was finally ready to close the loop after a 12-year lapse.
Surviving the death care business
Intrigue in the idea of what happens when something or someone dies, and the rituals surrounding death led Sharlene MacDonald, 34, to a career in what the industry calls death care.
'You can't keep me down long:' Allergic reaction sends respiratory therapy grad to ICU
It takes a lot to stop Jazmin Chase from pursuing her dream job, and on Friday, her resolve was tested to the limits.
New federal homelessness funds mark 'significant change,' advocates say
The federal government announced plans for a redesigned strategy to fight homelessness on Monday, which local advocates say signals a long-term commitment to getting people off the streets.
Lifeguard-short Rothesay reduces beach schedule, cancels swimming lessons
Lifeguarding has the reputation of being a sweet summer gig, but this year the Town of Rothesay can't find enough people who want to do the job.
Severe asthma, allergies spur Saint John grad to pursue career in respiratory therapy
Jazmin Chase, 24, whose life has been altered by severe allergies and asthma is about to begin a career to help others affected by the same issues.
Toronto lawyer Marie Henein in Saint John to speak about #MeToo, unpopular clients
Marie Henein, a high profile criminal defence lawyer who represented former CBC broadcaster Jian Ghomeshi, is in Saint John to address a legal conference on human rights and women's issues.
'I'm looking longer term now': Saint John's Elspeth Arbow gets 2nd set of new lungs
A young woman from Saint John is recovering from her second double-lung transplant, nine months after being placed on the transplant list and five years since she was told her lungs were in chronic rejection.
Young newcomer's speech about refugee experience wins top prize at student competition
She took top prize in a provincial public speaking competition called Speak Out. Back in Sri Lanka, she had the chance to speak at the UN High Commission for Refugees.
Saint John puts its best facades forward when architects converge on city
It will be easy to spot the people attending the national architecture festival in Saint John this week: they'll be looking up.