NB: Information Morning (Moncton)

 
 

NB: Information Morning (Moncton)

Information Morning is the essential source of news and information for radio listeners. The station broadcasts to the eastern half of New Brunswick from Campbellton to Cape Tormentine, and covers the cities of Moncton, Miramichi, Bathurst, Dieppe and Campbellton. Join the Information Morning Moncton team every weekday.

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Publishers and book sellers launch annual day to promote NB writers

Ellen Pickle is marking the first annual "I'm Buying an NB Book" day at her store, Tidewater Books, in Sackville.

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Terry Fox Foundation marks 40 years since Marathon of Hope

Gwen Smith-Walsh is the director for the Terry Fox Foundation in New Brunswick and PEI.

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Evergreen Park school library aims to replace all books after damage by vandals

Marie Law is a library worker at Evergreen School.

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Mayors from Greater Moncton share a wish list as a new PC government takes shape in Fredericton

Anne Seamans is the mayor of Riverview. Dawn Arnold is the mayor of Moncton. Yvon LaPierre is the mayor of Dieppe.

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Kids weigh in on first two weeks of school

Ella Pike, James Pike, Charles Pike, Kira Petersen, and Damien Thibodeau share what they love about going to school during COVID.

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SANB says election illustrates Acadian alienation

Eric Dow is the director of communications for The Societé des Acadiens de Nouveau-Brunswick.

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Senior First Nations chief renews calls for inquiry into systemic racism

Chief George Ginnish is chief of Natoaganeg First Nation.

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Halls Creek traffic circle closure expected to last three weeks

Renee Morency-Cormier is the senior resident engineer in Moncton with New Brunswick Dept of Transportation and Infrastructure.

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ER at Georges Dumont hospital faces overcrowding

Gilles Lanteigne, CEO of Vitalité Health Network, says patients should stay away unless necessary.

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Mayor of Sackville to step down

John Higham has announced that he'll be stepping down in early October.

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Progressive Conservatives elect nine women - the highest number ever for the party

Beth Lyons is the executive director of the New Brunswick Women's Council.

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New Brunswick may have lessons to share after the country's first pandemic election

Kim Poffenroth is New Brunswick's chief electoral officer.

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Black in the Maritimes panel reflects on election results

Josephine Watson is a bilingual poet and spoken word artist. Fidel Franco is one of the creators of the Black in the Maritimes podcast. Clinton Davis is a local business owner, musician and co-host of the podcast.

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Michelle Conroy of the People's Alliance holds on in Miramichi

Michelle Conroy is one of two People's Alliance candidates elected Monday night.

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Moncton's Daniel Allain unseated Liberal Monique LeBlanc in Moncton East

Daniel Allain has been a Dieppe city councillor and former president of NB Liquor.

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Moncton's Humanity Project buys a farm, aims to set up therapeutic community for homeless people

Charlie Burrell is the founder of the Humanity Project.

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Google searches could predict COVID outbreaks

Dr Raj Bhardwaj says a recent U.S. study suggests that Google search trends could play a role predicting where the coronavirus is starting to spread.

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Political insiders reflect on what happens next in New Brunswick politics

Mike Murphy was a Liberal MLA from 2003 to 2010. He ran for that party's leadership in 2012. Dennis Cochrane was the MP for Moncton as a Progressive Consevative from 1984 to 1988. He was the leader of the provincial PC party from 1991 to 1995. Laura Reinsborough was the federal candidate with the Green Party of Canada in the Beauséjour riding in 2019 and is a volunteer with the Green Party of NB.

Download Political insiders reflect on what happens next in New Brunswick politics
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Greens build support but not seats

David Coon is the leader of the New Brunswick Green Party.

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Blaine Higgs celebrates election win

New Brunswick Premier Blaine Higgs lays out his plan on key issues facing New Brunswickers.

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Political scientists reflect on what the PC majority means for New Brunswick

Jamie Gillies is a political scientist and professor of communications and public policy at St. Thomas University in Fredericton. Mario Levesque teaches in the politics and international relations department at Mount Allison University.

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Moncton South goes to former city councillor

PC Greg Turner won the seat last held by Liberal Cathy Rogers, who decided not to reoffer.

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Liberal leader steps down

In Miramichi, Liberal Party Leader Kevin Vickers lost to incumbent Michelle Conroy of the People's Alliance.

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Green Party holds Memramcook-Tantramar seat

Green Party's Megan Mitton cemented her seat in Memramcook-Tantramar by more than 500 votes.

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Moncton event aims to help single parents who are struggling

Diani Blanco co-founded Queens of Heart, a non-profit helping struggling single parents with food and support. Jason Gallant is with Hub City Foodies. Ashley Paige is one of the organizers of the Buy a Box, Give a Box campaign.

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Preparing a fall battle plan for Covid 19.

Colin Furness is an infection control epidemiologist and associate professor at the University of Toronto.

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Election officials could face a long day thanks to boom in absentee voting

Kim Poffenroth is the Chief Electoral Officer.

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NB Power has won approval to install smart meters

Heather Black represents the public's interest at the EUB hearings, as public intervenor.

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Residents of Blackville mourne after the deaths of three teenagers

Chris Hennessy is the mayor of Blackville.

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Anti-poverty activists lay out priorities for next government

Jean-Claude Basque is provincial coordinator of the New Brunswick Common Front for Social Justice. Frances LeBlanc is the chair of the New Brunswick Coalition for Pay Equity. Susan Machum is dean of social sciences at St. Thomas University.

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Will New Brunswick elect a majority government this Monday?

Jamie Gillies is a political scientist and professor of communications and public policy at St. Thomas University in Fredericton. Mario Levesque teaches in the politics and international relations department at Mount Allison University.

Download Will New Brunswick elect a majority government this Monday?
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Mirimichi riding not a slam dunk for Liberal Leader Kevin Vickers

Political pundits are predicting a tight race between Liberal Leader Kevin Vickers and incumbent Michelle Conroy of the People's Alliance

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Santa Claus parade gets a makeover in the year of COVID

Robert Gallant is sponsorship director for Moncton's Santa Claus parade.

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Chamber of Commerce says there are pros and cons to Moncton's Avenir Centre bailout

John Wishart is the chief executive officer of the Chamber of Commerce for Greater Moncton.

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Mount Allison students forced out of their apartments by fire receive support from university community

Jonathan Ferguson is president of the Mount Allison Students Union. Adam Christie is director of student life at Mount Allison University.

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For the first time in decades, Moncton South riding has no incumbent in the race

Candidates say affordable housing, homelessness and a new school are top of mind for voters.

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Moncton city council votes to bail out the company that runs the Avenir Centre

Moncton will loan ASM Global up to $825,000 over the next two years. Councillor Blair Lawrence voted in favour of the deal. Councillor Brian Hicks voted against.

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Riverview candidate who is pregnant speaks out on unwelcome scrutiny

Green Party candidate Rachel Pletz is eight months pregnant. Former Liberal MLA Carolle de Ste. Croix represented the Dalhousie area for the Liberals from 1995-1999, and had a baby while in office.

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More political candidates face scrutiny over social media posts

Mario Levesque teaches in the politics and international relations department at Mount Allison University.

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COVID misinformation is on the rise and hard to stop

House Doctor Raj Bhardwaj says COVID misinformation can be hard to spot.

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Students see plenty of changes as schools open for first classes

Principal Mike Belong of Moncton High School says students and staff will be asked to stick to a long list of new rules.

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Bob Osborne takes your gardening questions

Cornhill Nursery's Bob Osborne reflects on the end of summer and takes questions on cannabis pests, lilac pruning, growing eggplants and much more.

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The one-year aniversary of the double homicide of a Dieppe couple passes with no arrests and little information about the investigation

74-year-old Rose-Marie Saulnier and her 78-year-old husband, Bernard, were discovered dead in their home in Dieppe on September 7, 2019. Moncton city councillor Paulette Theriault was a friend to the couple.

Download The one-year aniversary of the double homicide of a Dieppe couple passes with no arrests and little information about the investigation
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New coffee shop in Salisbury aims to create employment for people with special needs

Aaron Nielson is the owner of Aaron's Coffee House.

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Live entertainment returns to the Capitol Theatre

Kim Rayworth is the Managing Director of the Capitol Theatre in Moncton.

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New mural takes shape in downtown Moncton

The art-making duo Harmony and Havok are painting on Lewis Street with help from neighbourhood kids.

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School districts navigate operational plans as students get set to return

Superintendent Monique Boudreau is superintendent of the Francophone Sud district. Gregg Ingersoll is superintendent of Anglophone East.

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Counselling therapist says back-to-school anxiety is heightened for many parents and kids

Kayla Breelove Carter is a clinical traumatologist and counselling therapist in Moncton.

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Can parties bridge the language divide in NB politics?

Jamie Gillies is a political scientist and professor of communications and public policy at St. Thomas University in Fredericton. Mario Levesque teaches in the politics and international relations department at Mount Allison University.

Download Can parties bridge the language divide in NB politics?
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Music teachers face unique challenges as students asked to 'sing softly'

Monique Richard is a professor of music at l'Université de Moncton and she is a choral director.

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New Brunswick doctors and nurses say health care should be a top priority in election

Paula Doucet is an RN and president of the New Brunswick nurses union. Dr. Chris Goodyear is a surgeon and president of the New Brunswick Medical Society.

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The Village of Alma wants to cut down three mature maple trees. Not everyone agrees

Jane Chrysostum owns a home and business that overlooks three giant maple trees that may be removed to make room for sidewalk improvements.

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Three New Brunswick mayors lay out their priorities in the election

John Higham is the mayor of Sackville. Dawn Arnold is the mayor of Moncton. Adam Lordon is the mayor of Miramichi and president of the Cities of New Brunswick Association.

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A Mount Allison University researcher hosts an international conference about the Brontë family

Sarah Fanning is an English lecturer and director of drama at Mount A.

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Parents' panel reacts to the province's plans for the school year

Tina Thibodeau of Dieppe, Amy Pike of Miramichi and Andy Petersen of Moncton are juggling work and parenting as kids get set to head back to school.

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Can you catch COVID-19 more than once?

Our House Doctor Raj Bhardwaj says growing evidence suggests reinfection with COVID-19 is possible.

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A Moncton church is allowing about 20 homeless people to camp out on its property

Terry Kettley, Brenda Smith and Faron Hutchings are staying at St. George's Anglican Church in downtown Moncton. Father Chris VanBuskirk is the rector at the church.

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How are retailers weathering the pandemic?

Juanita Tremblay, owner of Close to Home Gifts and Decor in Miramichi, closed her business due to a downturn in sales. Jim Cormier, is Director of Government Relations with the Retail Council of Canada.

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Will New Brunswick's snap election deliver a public inquiry into systemic racism?

Mi'kmaq Chief George Ginnish of the Natoaganeg First Nation near Miramichi has been calling for an inquiry following two police shootings.

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Moncton's new north end YMCA is set to open its doors

Zane Korytko is the CEO of the Moncton YMCA.

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Bob Osborne takes your gardening questions

Cornhill Nursery's Bob Osborne takes questions on potato pests, late season veggies and fall fruit tree planting.

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Some parents are voicing opposition to a plan to build a new elementary school on Moncton's BMHS property

Jeremy Nelson lives in the new west end and has a daughter who attends Bessborough Elementary.

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Some Sackville residents are feeling uneasy over the return of Mount Allison University students during the pandemic

Carolle de Ste-Croix is co-chair of the Tantramar COVID-19 Task Force. She is also Mount Allison University's director of alumni engagement. Sydney Thorburn is vice-president of external affairs for the Mount Allison Students Union and a member of the task force.

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New Brunswick's economic recovery has slowed down

Louis-Philippe Gauthier speaks for the Canadian Federation of Independent Business in New Brunswick.

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Moncton cyclists highlight gaps in biking infrastructure

Krysta Cowling is an active transportation advocate and works with non-profit groups on projects with an environmental focus.

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The Nature Conservancy of Canada wants you to document flora and fauna in your backyard

Andrew Holland speaks for the Nature Conservancy.

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Political scientist says leaders should be worried about voter turnout during pandemic election

Suzanne Hindmarch is an associate professor of political science at the University of New Brunswick in Fredericton, specializing in global health policies.

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Elections NB aiming to get out the vote despite global health crisis

Kim Poffenroth is New Brunswick's Chief Electoral Officer.

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Political scientists weigh in on ridings to watch

Mario Levesque teaches in the politics and international relations department at Mount Allison University. Jamie Gillies is a political scientist and professor of communications and public policy at St. Thomas University in Fredericton

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West end elementary school to be built on BMHS property

Harry Doyle is the chair of the District Education Council.

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New book aims to create better relationships on the job

Pierre Battah is a workplace issues columnist for CBC and the author of the book "Humanity at Work: Leading for Better Relationships and Results".

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Black in The Maritimes panel reflects on election and renewed calls for racial justice

Fidel Franco is one of the creators of the Black in the Maritimes podcast. Clinton Davis is a local business owner, musician and co-host of the podcast.

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Are seniors facing barriers to voting in this pandemic election?

CUPE New Brunswick President Brien Watson says seniors may face challenges exercising their right to vote.

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Tiger at Magnetic Hill Zoo dies during routine check up

Jill Marvin is the Director of the Magnetic Hill Zoo.

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Restaurants Canada dishes out recommendations to the political parties in New Brunswick to help struggling businesses

Luc Erjavec is Restaurant Canada's vice president for Atlantic Canada.

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Advocates for homeless people say affordable housing needs to be an election issue

John Wishart is the CEO of the Greater Moncton Chamber of Commerce. Charlie Burrell is the founder of the Humanity Project. Dale Hicks is president of the Food Depot Alimentaire in Moncton.

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Elections NB won't have polling stations on university campuses this year

Jonathan Ferguson is the president of the Mount Allison Students' Union.

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Some COVID patients have symptoms that are lingering for months

House Doctor Raj Bhardwaj says researchers are still learning about longterm impacts of COVID-19.

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How will Moncton area economy emerge from the pandemic?

Economic development consultant David Campbell explains what he thinks it will take for the Moncton area to get back on its feet.

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Could this election lead to fewer women in the legislature?

Joanna Everitt is a political science professor at the University of New Brunswick at Saint John. Tammy Ramersaud is councilor-at-large for the town of Riverview. Paryse Suddith is a Moncton lawyer and social justice advocate.

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Moncton city staff seek power to impose water use restrictions

Isabelle LeBlanc is the director of communications for the city of Moncton.

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Is the pandemic the beginning of the end of late fees at libraries?

Ella Nason is acting executive director at the New Brunswick Public Library Service.

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Bob Osborne takes your gardening questions

Cornhill Nursery's Bob Osborne reflects on New Brunswick's prolonged drought and answers late-season gardening questions.

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Education officials answer your questions on the coming school year

Gregg Ingersoll is superintendent of the Anglophone East District South. George Daley is deputy minister of education and early childhood development.

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Could half the candidates in this election be women?

Roxanne Fairweather of Saint John is co-chair of the political action group "Women for 50 percent".

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Covid classroom: Teacher from Sackville teaching in North Carolina

Mandy Copp-Wilson grew up in Sackville and now teaches in North Carolina, in a county with almost 400 cases of Covid-19.

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Moncton teacher prepares for first day of school during pandemic

Krista Richard teaches Phys Ed at Forest Glen school in Moncton.

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The Barachois Summer Music festival returns

Co-Artistic Director of Barachois Summer Music, Pierre-Andre Doucet on the move to Moncton and what audiences can expect.

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Are supply teachers the weak link in the back to school plan?

Colin Furness is an infection control epidemiologist and Assistant Professor at the University of Toronto.

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Planks and platforms

Richard Saillant on what every voter should be asking in the New Brunswick election.

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Robert Gauvin on his decision to run for the Liberals

Former Progressive Conservative cabinet minister decides to run for the Liberals in the provincial election.

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Dry spell a mixed blessing for Trueman Blueberry Farms in Aulac

Tom Trueman talks about how the dry weather is affecting operation.

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The lowdown on laptops

Dave Cote of justcalldave.ca Computer Repair shares some tips on how to keep your student's laptop lasting a long time.

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Food Depot takes over food banks across the province

Chantal Senecal is the executive director of the Food Depot in Moncton. She explains what this means for food security in New Brunswick.

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Moncton City council returns Main Street to the status quo

Two local business owners weigh in on the city’s decision to revert Main Street back to a two-way street.

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Urban development vs. wild spaces

The CBC’s Khalil Aktar and architect and designer Erik LeBrun with a look at Moncton's Vision Lands.

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Teachers prepare to return to the classroom

Rick Cuming is the President of the New Brunswick Teachers' Association.

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The neighbourhood that won’t be

The city of Moncton spent two years on a plan for a new, dense neighbourhood in Robert Irving's backyard. Then he bought most of the land. The CBC’s Shane Magee explains.

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Back to the polls!

New Brunswick's chief electoral officer, Kim Poffenroth on plans to keep voters safe during the pandemic.

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Small business owners step up efforts to get more aid

Director of provincial affairs for the Canadian Federation of Independent Business in New Brunswick, Louis-Philippe Gauthier is asking business owners to sign a petition with a number of demands.

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Changes coming to Codiac Transpo

Austin Henderson, city of Moncton communications and marketing officer, on the return of bus fares and other changes.

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An update on two large forest fires in the Miramichi region

Roger Collet is a wildfire prevention officer with the Department of Natural Resources and Energy Development .

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Bob Osborne takes your gardening questions

Cornhill Nursery's Bob Osborne takes questions on how to get rid of apple scabs, what pole beans need and much, much more.

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Back to school: What students and parents need to know.

Gregg Ingersoll, superintendent of the Anglophone East School District lays out details about the new school year.

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It's back! After a year-long hiatus, Legs for Literacy returns to Moncton

Executive director of Legs for Literacy, Ariane Juneau-Godin on the return of the event and how it will be different this year.

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How one Moncton Mom plans to juggle two boys and the new back to school plan

Mandi Lawson reviews the Department of Education's back to school plan.

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Moncton Basketball returns to the court this fall but with restrictions

Peter Ryan gives a rundown on rule changes and the association’s plan for its return-to-play this fall.

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Why did the chicken cross the road? Because National Tell a Joke Day is this weekend

Knock, knock. Who’s there? Playwright and humourist, Marshall Button and British comedian, James Mullinger.

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Grading the province's back to school plan

Ken Brien, assistant professor with the faculty of education at UNB, assesses the province’s plan for teachers and students this September.

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The CNIB in New Brunswick is urging the province to reconsider federal transit funding

Brad McPherson, board chair of CNIB in New Brunswick, is pushing back against the province's decision to turn down federal transit funding.

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Newly released music from Moncton’s Tyler Hache

Moncton singer-songwriter Tyler Hache recorded a new song in Nashville before the pandemic and it was released last week.

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Deal or no deal: two analysts on Premier Blaine Higgs' proposed deal to avert an election

Mario Levesque is an associate professor of Politics and international relations at Mount Allison University and Jamie Gillies teaches communications and public policy at St. Thomas University.

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Will new physical distancing requirements mean bigger audiences for the performing arts?

The Capitol Theatre’s Kim Rayworth and the Riverview Arts Centre’s Julie Hopkins talk about their fall season and what audiences can expect.

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Cooling off during a heat wave when you are homeless

Trevor Goodwin, YMCA's Director of Outreach Services, explains how two misting tents are set up to help people beat the heat.

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Tips on watching one of the Northern Hemisphere's most impressive meteor showers

Kouchibouguac National Park interpreter, Philipe-Andre Collette describes how the park is a perfect place for stargazing.

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For the love of donairs: a book all about that late night guilty pleasure

Author Lindsay Wickstrom talks about her soon to be published book "Everything you want to know about donairs--and were going to ask anyway".

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Miramichi Mayor talks about the recent devastating fire

Mayor Adam Lordon talks about the impact on the community after three buildings are destroyed as a result of a weekend fire in downtown Chatham.

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A Mount Allison researcher on chronic complications of COVID-19

Dr. Vett Lloyd, biology professor at Mount Allison University is looking at how people recover from COVID-19 and any lingering symptoms.

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Premier Blaine Higgs makes a dramatic and unprecedented offer to the three opposition parties

The CBC’s Jacques Poitras on Premier Blaine Higgs move to avoid an election.

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A Bathurst tuba player gets national recognition

Gabrielle Carruthers has been named one of the top 30 under 30 classical musicians in Canada.

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Has Dieppe’s vision for its own downtown been a success?

Our weekly urban design series continues with a visit to Dieppe by the CBC’s Khalil Aktar and architect Erik LeBrun.

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Bob Osborne takes your gardening questions

Cornhill Nursery's Bob Osborne takes questions on when to transplant, what can thrive from seed in August, the best peat to soil ratio and more.

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Signs of animal life dating back 320 million years found at Cape Enrage

Matthew Stimson, assistant curator of Geology and Paleontology at the New Brunswick Museum in Saint John and Jim Campbell, manager at Cape Enrage on the significance of this discovery.

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The parent panel questions what back-to-school will look like this September

Parents Tina Thibodeau, Amy Pike and Andy Petersen discuss the many questions that remain around bussing, class schedules, technology and COVID-prevention protocols.

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A New Brunswick author talks about the province’s biggest music festival that never happened

Greg Marquis on the Strawberry Fields Festival that was cancelled 50 years ago because of public backlash.

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Advocating for extra support to women during labour and delivery during the pandemic

Maureen Melanson is calling for doulas to be allowed back into delivery rooms in New Brunswick.

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Two sisters perform together for the very first time at the Atlantic Dance Festival

Vanessa and Emily Chiasson are four years apart and have been dancing since they could walk.

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Residents in the north end of Moncton are concerned about what they say is a rise in criminal activity

Ward 3 Councillor Bryan Butler responds to concerns and talks about what is being done to address the situation.

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Sackville movie buffs take heart!

The Sackville Film Society’s Thaddeus Holownia has a plan in place for a new season starting this fall.

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A Dieppe author chronicles his experience working from home before and during the pandemic

Author Luc Desroches’s book "Working from Home for a Harmonious Life" set to be published this fall.

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More money for vulnerable people in the Bathurst area

Melanie Frigault, Executive Director of the Bathurst Youth Centre's Emergency Homeless shelter explains how a $10,000 donation will help those in need in the community.

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A rash of car thefts and break-ins in Moncton’s north end

Val and Craig Isaac had both of their vehicles stolen from their home while they were sleeping. Staff Sergeant Patricia Levesque of the Codiac RCMP says residents will have to be more vigilant when it comes to protecting their property.

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A Scout leader in Sussex has found a fun way to connect with his Scout troop

Scout leader Mike Elliott, is posting nature videos on Facebook so his troop can watch at home.

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Bob Osborne takes your gardening questions

Cornhill Nursery's Bob Osborne takes questions on cherry trees: sweet vs. sour, pests in your fruit and much more.

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Have your say in Moncton’s 10-year recreation facilities and programs plan

Nadine Melanson-LeBlanc, from the City of Moncton, and Jim Scott of Trace Planning and Design are looking for input into Moncton’s recreational facilities and sports programs.

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Taking a closer look at how the RCMP in New Brunswick evaluates itself

The CBC’s Shane Magee looks at newly released documents at how the RCMP in New Brunswick evaluate the force's own criminal investigations.

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Moncton autism resource centre closes its doors

Lori Meunier's 11-year-old son is on the autism spectrum and used the resource centre.

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Campbellton residents celebrate opening of Quebec border to neighbouring communities

Stephanie Anglehart-Paulin is the mayor of Campbellton

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Moncton barber hangs up his clippers after 65 years

Donato di Donato started cutting hair 65 years ago. Greg Turner who has been a client of Donato's for over 50 years.

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Private fireworks displays irk some neighbours

Moncton resident Kevin Robart and Petit Cap resident Odette Barr say fireworks restrictions should be more heavily enforced. Mitch Short, Riverview's deputy fire chief, responds.

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Used needles and people shooting up in public areas: how to implement an overdose prevention site

Debby Warren, executive director Ensemble Moncton and Moncton city councillor Charles Leger talk about why a site is needed, and the barriers around it’s formation.

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Nature NB is organizing a monarch blitz to gather more information about the endangered butterfly species

Alysha McGrattan is the education coordinator with Nature NB.

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A new research project at Mount Allison University is looking at ketone body metabolism in sharks

Andrea Morash is a professor of biology at Mount Allison and the project lead.

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Missing Sackville’s independent music and arts festival this year? Call the Sappy support line!

Steven Lambke, creative director of Sappyfest, lists some of the creative ways the festival is connecting artists with would-be festival-goers.

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As some restaurants struggle to stay afloat, one Moncton restaurateur is opening her doors

Rupali Saini and her husband Sandeep Saini have opened India King on St. George St. despite the pandemic.

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Some New Brunswick seniors are donating their federal grants to charities

Dave Ferguson is asking people across Canada to join New Brunswick seniors in donating $300.

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Vandals destroy the back gate and front doors at the SPCA of Greater Moncton

Executive Director Dan Fryer is appealing to the public for information and donations.

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A newly formed group asks Moncton city council to cut rates for ice time to help keep kids playing hockey during the pandemic

Parent David Melanson and Councillor Brian Butler weigh in on the effects of high priced ice time.

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Dr. Jennifer Russell addresses questions around COVID-19 protocols

New Brunswick's chief medical officer of health Dr. Jennifer Russell and her team work to flatten the curve.

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Can Moncton's north end suburbs become more walkable?

Khalil Akhtar joins architect Erik LeBrun in Moncton's north end.

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The author of a new book highlights Canadians who displayed kindness during the pandemic

"Not Cancelled: Canadian Kindness in the Face of COVID-19" co-author Heather Down on how focusing on the positive can help lift spirits.

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A complaint to the province's Official Languages Commissioner resulted in death threats

Alexandre Cedric Doucet of the Société de l'Acadie du Nouveau-Brunswick was the target of threats and insults after filing a complaint to the Official Languages Commissioner of New Brunswick.

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Honouring the best in New Brunswick country music

New Brunswick Country Music Hall of Fame president, Ivan Hicks, is working on a special project to remember past inductees.

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Bob Osborne takes your gardening questions

Cornhill Nursery's Bob Osborne takes questions on pruning elm trees, ants, morning glory and much more.

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CBC's Making The Best Of It series shines a spotlight on Floyd Anderson

Floyd Anderson combines his two passions, education and music, in a new album recorded during the pandemic.

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New Brunswick drivers looking for the best deal on car insurance may have to switch companies to get it

John Shmuel, director of content strategy at lowestrates.ca, explains why some companies are raising rates.

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Your pet might not be pleased when you head back to the office after months at home

Sabrina Laffoley is co-owner of Pawsitive Daycare in Moncton.

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Moncton chef continues his food-sampling journey across the province

Jason Gallant, creator of Hub City Foodies, and his family are travelling by RV and sampling the province's cuisine.

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Moncton woman aiming to help single moms in midst of pandemic

Diani Blanco helped start "Queens of Heart", an initiative to help single mothers in the greater Moncton area.

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Cape Jourimain marks lighthouse festival with virtual celebration

Daniel Delong is in charge of the interpretation programs at Cape Jourimain.

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Lamèque International Baroque Music Festival set to kick off in a new way

Vincent Lauzer is Artistic Director of The Lamèque International Baroque Music Festival.

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U de M researchers working to better understand COVID

Francis LeBlanc is the Dean of Graduate Studies and Research at Université de Moncton.

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High school students will need their own laptops in September

Dominic Cardy is the Minister of Education and Early Childhood Development.

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Moncton Headstart's annual school supply drive begins in Moncton

Mary O'Donnell, executive director of Moncton Headstart, is aiming to help kids in need get set up for the school year.

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Women in New Brunswick are facing the big impacts of the pandemic economy

Frances LeBlanc of the Coalition for Pay Equity and Beth Lyons of the New Brunswick Women's Council say women are facing unique challenges in the economic downturn.

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Parking lot versus Rabbit Brook: can both be accomodated?

Lindsay Gauvin of the Petitcodiac Watershed Alliance responds to Skipper Jack's application to pave over a waterway to build parking.

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New book reveals strange facts about New Brunswick

Sarah Sawler is the author of "100 Things You Don't Know about Atlantic Canada... For Kids".

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First Nations leaders pen open letter to Premier Blaine Higgs calling for a public inquiry into deaths of Rodney Levi, Chantel Moore, and Brady Francis

First Nations leaders pen open letter to Premier Blaine Higgs calling for a public inquiry into deaths of Rodney Levi, Chantel Moore, and Brady Francis

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How can good design improve overall safety?

Architect Erik Lebrun says safety comes from designing a neighbourhood full of diverse types of residential buidlings, ground floor businesses and sidewalk life.

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The Mosaiq multicultural festival takes a different approach this year

Myriam Mekni, executive director of the Multicultural Association of the Greater Moncton Area, explains how the group is sharing the city's diversity through short videos.

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Restaurants are allowed to loosen the collection of personal information

Luc Erjavec, vice-president of Restaurants Canada in Atlantic Canada, explains what restaurants and patrons are obliged to do.

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Ontario's approach to coastal development more stringent than New Brunswick's

Perry Sisson, director of engineering and field operations at Central Lake Ontario Conservation Authority, says coastal development should aim to protect shorelines.

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Bus students will find out later this summer how COVID-19 measures will affect service this fall

Gregg Ingersoll is the superintendent of the Anglophone School District.

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Bob Osborne takes your gardening questions

Cornhill Nursery's Bob Osborne takes questions on moving fir trees, blight on tomato plants, soil testing and much more.

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It was the biggest natural disaster in the history of New Brunswick. But why don't more of us know about it?

Alan MacEachern is a Canadian History professor and author of "The Miramichi Fire: A History".

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Retaining walls intended to preserve beach front properties but causing loss of sandy beach

Danielle Faubert of Caissie Cape wants to see stricter regulations on erosion control structures and waterfront development. Geography professor Jeff Ollerhead says a choice has to be made between the protection of the coast line and the rights of property owners.

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How are cross-border truck drivers feeling as cases continue to spike in the US?

Dave Miller is the vice-president of human resources, safety and compliance for Armour.

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Moncton foodie highlights some of the best spots to eat as he vacations across the province

Jason Gallant is the creator of the Hub City Foodies website.

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Province orders environmental impact assessment of smallmouth bass eradication program

Daniel Houghton is a Miramichi Lake resident. Jeff Carr is New Brunswick's minister of environment and local government.

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Disability action plan aims to improve lives of New Brunswickers with disabilities

Randy Dickinson is chairperson of the Premier’s Council on Disabilities.

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New Brunswick government offering rebates to travel within the province

Bruce Fitch is the minister of tourism, heritage and culture.

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New Brunswick Tourism operators can now sign up for an online COVID-19 cleanliness certification course

Carol Alderdice is the president of theTourism Industry Association of New Brunswick.

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Hockey New Brunswick issues new health and safety protocols for resuming amateur hockey this fall

Louis Gaudet is the chair of elite hockey with Hockey New Brunswick and was also the chair of the "return to hockey" working group.

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Can contact tracing infringe on your privacy?

Brenda McPhail of the Canadian Civil Liberties Association says people should be asking questions about information being gathered.

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The city of Dieppe is cracking down on unwanted flyer distribution

Yvon Lapierre is the mayor of Dieppe.

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Joggins Fossil Centre launches fossil finding contest

Melissa Grey is curator of palaeontology at the Joggins Fossil Institute.

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Mi'kmaq nurse calls for an inquiry into systemic racism in New Brunswick

Cheyenne Joseph is joining a growing group of people calling for an inquiry after the deaths of Chantel Moore and Rodney Levi at the hand of police officers.

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Traffic tie-ups at the New Brunswick-Nova Scotia border still an issue for some drivers

Carl Urquhart is New Brunswick's minister responsible for public safety.

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Indigenous languages could soon be part of the school curriculum for all students in New Brunswick.

Dominic Cardy is New Brunswick's minister of education.

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Is it safe to go to a public pool?

As swimming pools begin opening in Moncton, house doctor Raj Bhardwaj outlines the possible risks.

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Urban Design Part 2 - Can Vaughn Harvey be part of a walkable downtown?

Erik Lebrun is an architect in Moncton with an enthusiasm for urban design.

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Peregrine falcon family thriving at Hopewell Rocks

Kevin Snair is supervisor of interpretive services at Hopewell Rocks.

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Moncton's hotel industry is losing an estimated 6 to 8 million dollars a month

Gerald Normandeau is President of the Greater Moncton Hotel Association.

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Moncton's new Centennial Park Pool finally opens

Isabelle LeBlanc is the director of communications for the City of Moncton.

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Bob Osborne takes your gardening questions

Cornhill Nursery's Bob Osborne speaks out in favour of front yard gardening and takes questions on growing chestnuts, potato bugs and much more.

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Sackville scientist discovering thousands of years of history in province's peat bogs

Sackville scientist, Sean Blaney, is the executive director of the Atlantic Canada Conservation Data Centre.

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Pride celebrations in New Brunswick look a whole lot different this year

Zivi Richard is the president of Moncton's River of Pride organization.

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Mayors on both sides of the New Brunswick-Nova Scotia border frustrated by continuing traffic delays

John Higham is the mayor of Sackville. David Kogon is the mayor of Amherst.

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Telehealth counselling may continue even after COVID restrictions are lifted

Amy Otteson is a clinical psychologist with Horizon Health.

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Moncton Food Depot staff share lessons learned during lockdown

Chantal Senecal is with Moncton's Food Depot Alimentaire.

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Some parents in Moncton are considering forming a neighbourhood homeschool group

Rebecca Halliday ran the former Riverbend Community School in Moncton, a private school focused on teaching children with learning disabilities. She now runs a mobile tutoring service.

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Future of some airports in New Brunswick may be up in the air

Bernard LeBlanc is the CEO of the Greater Moncton International Airport.

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North Atlantic right whales have been added to the "Red List" of critically endangered species

Tonya Wimmer is the Executive director of the Marine Animal Response Society

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The great white shark spotted near Kouchibouguac National Park shouldn't put you off swimming

Fred Whoriskey is the executive director of Dalhousie University's Ocean Tracking Network.

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The Boys and Girls Club of Moncton is helping families struggling to put food on the table.

Moncef Lakouas of the Moncton Boys and Girls Club is running a mini food bank, summer camps and cooking challenges for kids.

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Tuition is going up for students at Mount Allison this fall, and students aren't happy about it

Jonathan Ferguson is the president of the Mount Allison Students' Union. Rob Hiscock is the director of marketing and communications at Mount Allison University.

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The New Brunswick Nurses Union says it's time to learn the truth about how much care residents of private nursing faclilties in the province receive.

Paula Doucet is the president of the NBNU, which represents 6900 registered nurses and nurse practicioners in New Brunswick.

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Boys and Girls Clubs in Riverview helping feed kids during summer

Lynda Carey is the executive director of the Boys and Girls Club in Riverview.

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The province is working on a new management plan for Shediac Bay

Remi Donnelle is the manager of the Shediac Bay Watershed Association.

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Quebec woman leaves New Brunswick after she was threatened while visitng her mother

Sarah Sweet-Fortin was walking her dog on a beach when she was confronted by a man who told her she was unwelcome.

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Would you get on a plane right now?

As airlines relax social distancing rules, house doctor Raj Bhardwaj offers tips on staying safe while flying during this pandemic.

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Public safety minister says efforts underway to minimize traffic tie-ups at the border

Carl Urquhart is New Brunswick's minister of public safety.

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Can a single visitor from the US cause a second wave in the Maritimes?

Dr. Colin Furness is an infection control epidemiologist.

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Urban Design Part 1: Will urban renewal around the Avenir Centre bring more life to downtown?

Erik LeBrun is an architect in Moncton with an enthusiasm for urban design

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Lifelong Learning Plans allow you to withdraw money from an RRSP

Personal finance watcher Dan Noel is a portfolio manager with Wyverstone Capitol and I-A Securities.

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Moncton woman believes her daughter's killer is getting off too easy

The body of 35-year-old Candice Kennedy-Faguy was found in a trunk in September of 2018, three days after she was reported missing. Sharon Kennedy is her mother.

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MLAs on both sides of the New Brunswick-Nova Scotia border raise concerns about crossing

Megan Mitton is the New Brunswick MLA for Memramcook-Tantramar. Elizabeth Smith-McCrossin is the Nova Scotia MLA Cumberland North.

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Street outreach worker says more social services and less policing would help the homeless

Trevor Goodwin is the director of outreach services for the Moncton YMCA.

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Bob Osborne takes your gardening questions

Corn Hill Nursery's Bob Osborne begins enjoying his garden's bounty and takes questions on apple tree blooms, cucumber beetles and more.

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Virus-tracing app raises questions about privacy

Charles Murray, New Brunswick's ombud, has been monitoring plans for a nation-wide, voluntary app that will help trace possible COVID-19 transmission.

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The mother of Chantal Moore wants to know why the officer who shot and killed her daughter is back at work

Martha Martin is the mother of Chantal Moore. Michael Boudreau is a criminologist and professor of criminal justice at St. Thomas University.

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Moncton's one-way section of Main Street is getting mixed reviews

CBC reporter Shane Magee spent some time on Main Street, checking out the changes.

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A Moncton man is challenging the city's bylaws for growing food

Sylvain Ward built raised vegetable beds on his front lawn.

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Maritimers will get to see a penumbral lunar eclipse Saturday night

Chris Curwin is a member of the Saint John Astronomy Club and the Royal Astronomical Society of Canada.

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As the Atlantic bubble opens, expect border lineups

Carl Urquhart is the minister of public safety.

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New treatment offers hope for the most critically ill Covid-19 patients

CBC House Doctor Raj Bhardwaj says a new steroid treatment could improve survival rates.

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The Atlantic Cancer Research Institute is closer to testing patients through a liquid biopsy

Remi Richard is the business development officer for the Atlantic Cancer Research Institute.

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Moncton city councillor responds to calls to reduce police spending

Councillor Shawn Crossman of Moncton's poverty and social inclusion committee

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Business community feels impact as Air Canada cancels six New Brunswick routes

John Wishart is the CEO of the Chamber of Commerce for Greater Moncton.

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Retired MP Bill Casey calls for better compensation for victims of thalidomide

Retired MP Bill Casey chaired the House of Commons Standing Committee on Health in 2017 and heard from many thalidomide victims, doctors and experts.

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New book highlights geology of the east coast

"Geology of New Brunswick and Prince Edward Island: Touring through time at 44 scenic sites" is written by Sandra Barr and Martha Hickman Hild.

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New volunteer group aims to curb crime in Moncton neighbourhoods

Paul Moores is the president of the board of directors of the Codiac Regional Citizens on Patrol Association.

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A 15-year-old graduate from L'Odyssee High School is heading to university this fall

Lina Alqadi of Moncton is one of the youngest high school grads ever in the province.

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Westjet job cuts raises concern about airline's future in New Brunswick

Karl Moore is an airline industry expert and professor at McGill University.

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A farmer in Shediac Bridge is offering a chance to vacation on a working farm

Isabelle Irarte of Maplebrook Farm in Shediac Bridge is busy getting their 15-acre farm ready for visitors.

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Bob Osborne takes your gardening questions

Bob Osborne of Corn Hill Nursery reflects on the spell of dry weather and takes questions on propagating mock oranges, trimming rhododendrons, dealing with dreaded potato bugs and much more.

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Three New Brunswickers who believe they are victims of thalidomide are still fighting for compensation from Ottawa

Reporter Vanessa Blanch visited thalidomide victim Noëlla Hébert at her home in Saint-Louis-de-Kent.

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NB musicians facing tough summer without festivals and touring

Shelley Chase owns Garrison Hill Entertainment, a live folk music agency based in Sackville.

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Zone 5 returns to "yellow" phase in COVID recovery

Stephanie Anglehart-Paulin is the mayor of Campbellton.

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First Nations leaders discuss policing, justice and racism in New Brunswick - Full Version

Barb Martin is originally from Esgenoôpetitj. She now lives in Wolastoqey territory, working in mental health and at a transition house for Indigenous women. Kenneth Francis is an elder in Elsipogtog, a community volunteer and activist and speaker for Kopit Lodge. Ronald Brun is a clinical and social psychologist who has worked in the community of Elsipogtog since 1993.

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First Nations leaders discuss policing, justice and racism - Part 3

Barb Martin is originally from Esgenoôpetitj. She now lives in Wolastoqey territory, working in mental health and at a transition house for Indigenous women. Kenneth Francis is an elder in Elsipogtog, a community volunteer and activist and speaker for Kopit Lodge. Ronald Brun is a clinical and social psychologist who has worked in the community of Elsipogtog since 1993.

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More medical tests are now being done at the Moncton Coliseum Agrena

Dr. Ken Gillespie is the chief of staff at the Moncton Hospital.

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Riverview residents should expect plenty of road construction in coming weeks

Michel Ouellet is the director of engineering and public works.

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Atlantic province borders set to open on July 3

Bonnie Porter of Moncton has not been able see her father and extended family in the Amherst area since the beginning of the lockdown.

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Hot and dry weather means burn bans and other restrictions remain in place

Mike Holland is the Minister of Natural Resources and Energy Development for New Brunswick.

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Town staff are on the hunt for a big water leak in Riverview

Riverview mayor Ann Seamans says water pressure is low in parts of town because of a mysterious water leak that has yet to be found.

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Businesses across Atlantic Canada celebrate opening borders

Sheri Somerville is CEO of the Atlantic Chamber of Commerce.

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First Nations leaders discuss policing, justice and racism - Part 2

Barb Martin is originally from Esgenoôpetitj. She now lives in Wolastoqey territory, working in mental health and at a transition house for Indigenous women. Kenneth Francis is an elder in Elsipogtog, a community volunteer and activist and speaker for Kopit Lodge. Ronald Brun is a clinical and social psychologist who has worked in the community of Elsipogtog since 1993.

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First Nations leaders discuss policing, justice and racism - Part 1

Barb Martin is originally from Esgenoôpetitj. She now lives in Wolastoqey territory, working in mental health and at a transition house for Indigenous women. Kenneth Francis is an elder in Elsipogtog, a community volunteer and activist and speaker for Kopit Lodge. Ronald Brun is a clinical and social psychologist who has worked in the community of Elsipogtog since 1993.

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Telemedicine is growing in popularity because of COVID-19. Is it here to stay?

House Doctor Raj Bhardwaj explains the pros and cons of the growing trend towards virtual healthcare.

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What does the future look like for the Capital Theatre as COVID-19 restrictions are lifted?

Kim Rayworth is the Managing Director of the Capitol Theatre.

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Green Party leader defending party's decision to abstain from vaccine vote

David Coon is the leader of the Green Party of New Brunswick.

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Businesses in Moncton will be getting a boost from a couple of students this summer

John Wishart is the CEO of the Chamber of Commerce for Greater Moncton.

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Workplace columnist shares his annual summer reading list

Pierre Battah's summer reading list is inspired by the post-COVID work world.

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Alma brewery inspired by "Atlantic bubble"

Jeff Grandy of The Holy Whale Brewing Company is putting together beer recipies to represent each of the provinces.

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Moncton cancer patient prepares for NB Doctors Cycling Against Cancer fundraiser

47-year-old Gini Bourque of Moncton was diagnosed with breast cancer in 2015.

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Black in the Maritimes panel reflects on the pervasiveness of casual racism

Fidel Franco is one of the creators of the Black in the Maritimes podcast. Clinton Davis is a local business owner, musician and contributor to Fidel's podcast. Josephine Watson is a bilingual poet and spoken word artist.

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Is it safe to sing in your choir again?

Kelly Galbraith is a CBC music producer and a choral director in Saint John.

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Bob Osborne takes your gardening questions

Cornhill Nursery's Bob Osborne takes questions on the excessive heat, yellowing tomato plants, getting a pear tree to produce fruit and much more.

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Mayors of Sackville and Amherst dismayed at delay in border opening

David Kogon is the mayor of Amherst and John Higham is the mayor of Sackville.

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