Tori Weldon


Tori Weldon is a reporter based in Moncton. She's been working for the CBC since 2008.

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Community pasture mixing tradition and science to help beef farmers

Community pasture proponents study carbon storing and rotational grazing while ensuring beef farmers have access to grazing lands, freeing up space to grow hay and other forage crops.

School 'food forests' turn empty land into edible landscapes

An environmental sciences student helps three schools in southeast New Brunswick install food forests.

More than 1,300 people in Sackville are losing their family doctor

Dr. Cory Long is leaving his busy family practice in Sackville, leaving about a quarter of the town’s population without a family doctor.

International high school students make province a temporary home while waiting out COVID

Dozens of international high school students are at a camp at Mount Allison University to help pass the summer in between school years, time many would have spent at home if COVID restrictions hadn't complicated travel.

Seniors in need of emergency home repairs can apply for help — if they know where

Some rural seniors are better off living at home but have trouble keeping up with repairs. There are provincial programs in place, but the're complicated and many don't know they exist.

Curious about Mi'kmaq culture?: Elsipogtog Mi'kmaq Cultural Centre says 'Welcome!'

The Elsipogtog Mi’kmaq Cultural Centre is gearing up for what it hopes is its busiest tourist season yet.

Tiny art gallery enchants Sackville

Sackville's Little Free Art Gallery is a miniature diorama of an art gallery, and the mini art on the walls are made by people in the community for anyone who spots something they like.

Moncton nurse's suit against man who assaulted her in hospital to be heard next January

A civil suit filed by Moncton nurse Natasha Poirier against Randy Van Horlick, the man convicted of assaulting her while she worked, has been set for trial in January 2022.

Rain barrels a hot commodity as summer approaches

Last year's hot, dry summer, greater interest in home gardening, and a rising awareness of the effects of climate change have people in New Brunswick and other provinces turning to rain barrels.

New Brunswick opioid report: A glimpse into a larger picture of drug use

New Brunswick's latest numbers are out, and they show more naloxone is being used and dispensed to the public than ever before.