Digital senior producer
Daniel McHardie is the digital senior producer for CBC New Brunswick. He joined CBC.ca in 2008. He also co-hosts the CBC political podcast Spin Reduxit.
Latest from Daniel McHardie
11 ridings to watch in the New Brunswick election
New Brunswick’s five major political parties have spent the last 32 days knocking on doors, holding court in coffee shops and trying to convince voters to lend them their support.
Spin Reduxit: Analyzing TransCanada's decision to halt Energy East
The latest Spin Reduxit podcast analyzes TransCanada’s decision to terminate the proposed Energy East pipeline project.
Spin Reduxit: Analyzing AG Kim MacPherson's 2nd Atcon audit
The latest Spin Reduxit podcast analyzes the fallout from Auditor General Kim MacPherson’s second audit into the Atcon fiasco.
Spin Reduxit: Analyzing Gallant's cabinet shuffle, CRA poll and Energy East's future
A new Spin Reduxit podcast analyzes Premier Brian Gallant's cabinet shuffle, the quarterly poll that suggests the Liberals have a comfortable lead a year before the election and the fallout from TransCanada Corp.'s decision to suspend the Energy East pipeline.
Parts of Atlantic Canada pummelled by blizzard as travel warnings remain
A blizzard that pounded much of Atlantic Canada on Monday is finally starting to slow down, even as emergency officials continue to warn many New Brunswick drivers to stay off the roads.
PC leadership candidates use speeches as final pitch to party members
Former MP Mike Allen is the latest leadership candidate to speak to the Progressive Conservative leadership convention on Saturday.
New Brunswick indefinitely extends hydraulic fracturing moratorium
Energy Minister Donald Arseneault says the New Brunswick government will indefinitely extend the province's moratorium on hydraulic fracturing.
David Coon questions motion by Liberals, PCs to support Energy East
Premier Brian Gallant and Opposition Leader Blaine Higgs are once again asking the New Brunswick Legislature to recommit to the Energy East pipeline and the economic opportunities they say it could bring to the province.
Blaine Higgs wins New Brunswick Progressive Conservative leadership race
Blaine Higgs, the plain-spoken former finance minister, won the Progressive Conservative leadership in New Brunswick on Saturday, defeating six other candidates in a three-ballot race
Retired doctor pitches new strategy to recruit more doctors
A retired doctor is arguing that he has the best way to recruit doctors to the province as thousands of New Brunswickers continue to wait for a physician.
Elsie Wayne, former PC MP and Saint John mayor, dead at 84
Elsie Wayne, the former mayor of Saint John and Progressive Conservative MP, has died at age 84.
Travis Fullerton shines in U.K.'s Elite Ice Hockey League
is a long way from the hockey-obsessed fans, who cheered him on in the QMJHL and at the University of New Brunswick, but the Riverview goaltender is quickly learning just how global the sport has become.
Codiac RCMP investigating after gunshots fired in Dieppe
The Codiac RCMP are still investigating an early morning shooting incident outside a Dieppe apartment building where a car had its rear window damaged.
Bernard Lord tapped as new Medavie CEO
Former premier Bernard Lord will be taking over as the new chief executive officer of Medavie in September, after serving on the company’s board of directors for the last eight years.
New Brunswick's unemployment rate jumps to 9.9%
New Brunswick’s jobless rate inched up to 9.9 per cent in May after losing about 900 jobs, according to Statistics Canada.