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NB: Information Morning (Saint John)

Information Morning in Saint John brings you all the news and information you need to start your day. We'll get you connected to your community, your country and the world. Without us, you won't know what's going on.

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Gas Guru predicts the future of Saint John

Robert Jones puts his amazing skills as a prognosticator to use each week as the gas guru. Of course, that's a matter of predicting on Tuesday what's going to happen on Wednesday... and he's remarkably accurate. But, each year at this time, Bob tries his hand at some longer term predictions and tells us what's in store for Saint John in the coming year.

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Tips for viewing the Geminid meteor shower

Curt Nason is president of the Saint John Astronomy Club, and secretary of the Royal Astronomical Society of Canada in New Brunswick.

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Dealing with the city's derelict buildings

Amy Poffenroth is Saint John's deputy commissioner of growth and community development services and Rachel Van Wart is the technical services officer in that department.

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Saint John native to perform her solo stage performance

Robin Hebb is an actress and stand up comedian from Saint John, now living and working in Toronto.

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The Higgs government re-evaluates funding for the new NB museum

Bill Hicks is the CEO of the New Brunswick Museum.

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Saint John is the new home of a research data storage facility

Sarah Campbell is the Project Lead for the NB-IRDT expansion and Ted MacDonald is the director of the New Brunswick Institute for Research, Data and Training.

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The history of the Christmas bird count in the province

Jim Wilson is a birder and naturalist who lives in Quispamsis.

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ACAP SJ executive director back from COP24

Graeme Stewart-Robertson is the executive director of ACAP Saint John.

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A clay deposit generates interest at the Crane Mountain Landfill

Marc MacLeod is the executive director of the Fundy Regional Service Commission.

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SJ Police Department under fire at the Dennis Oland murder trial

The CBC's Bobbi Jean MacKinnon has been going over some documents from an investigation into the police.

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Symphony New Brunswick to perform Handel's Messiah this Christmas

Jillian Bonner and Paul Bustin are two of the soloists in Symphony New Brunswick's The Messiah.

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The potter of the limited edition Harbour Lights mug

David Eastwood is a potter who lives and works in Central Hampstead. The 2018 Harbour Lights mug is available this Friday morning at our annual Christmas at the City Market show.

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Santa never brings him a banjo

David Myles uses his musical talents to raise money for food banks in our region.

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25 years of Christmas shows

Spencer Belyea is the music director of the Saint John Chorale and Alison Hughes is a member of the Chorale.

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A look inside a local food bank

John Buchanan is the executive director of the Saint John Community Food Basket.

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Saint John City Hall has new owners

Keith Brideau is president of Historica Developments and one of the new owners of the Saint John City Hall Building.

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Saint John has a new city manager

Don Darling is the mayor of Saint John.

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Grocery bills are on the way up in 2019

Sylvain Charlebois is a professor in the Faculties of Management and Agriculture.

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A Christmas gift for wild animals in South Africa

Megan Gorey runs the infirmary at Cherry Brook Zoo and is trying to gather supplies to send to a wildlife rehab in South Africa.

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Fracking could resume in the Sussex area within weeks

Gordon Kierstead lives in Wards Creek near Sussex.

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Parenting in the era of social media

Constable Duane Squires is with the Saint John Police Crime Reduction team and Shara Munn is a crown prosecutor in Saint John.

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Helping marketing students and refugees

Emin Civi is a professor at UNB in Saint John.

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A Quispamsis author publishes his first novel

John Hamilton is the author of The Night's Eye under the name J-A Hamilton.

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A DNA mystery of what may be the only remaining sea mink skin

Howard Huynh is a mammologist at the CRI genomics lab at UNBSJ.

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All aboard! Polar Express train ride success supports Children's Wish

The Children's Wish Foundation is getting help from NB Southern Railway, and other community partners, to offer another special opportunity this season. Kristin Colville is the foundation's development co-ordinator.

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Lower fees for employers to cover workers compensation coming

Ron Marcolin is vice president of the Canadian Manufacturers and Exporters and chair of the NB Employers Coalition. New Brunswick has had the lowest rate paid by employers in the country.

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1 in 5 New Brunswickers over the age of 65 lives below the poverty line

Senior poverty is an issue Debbie McCormack has been trying to call attention to for years. She's a retired public health nurse in Saint John, and a board member for the Coalition for Seniors and Nursing Home Residents' Rights.

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Changes coming to workers' compensation, premiums and employee coverage

Starting in the New Year, employers in the province will have to pay $2.92 for every $100 of payroll to cover benefits for injured workers. The PCs say their legislation has a chance of bringing that down. Charles Murray is New Brunswick's Ombud.

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220th anniversary of St. Andrews Society, and there will be haggis

Dave Nickerson is former president of the St Andrew's Society. Allan McNeil is the society's pipe major and Jane Stevely is a member. The annual St Andrew's dinner is Friday night at Riverside Country Club.

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New storefronts, revitalization of Union Street

Change is underway on Union Street. Percy Wilbur has re-developed a building on the corner of Union and Charlotte Streets. Vivienne Sun has opened the FreshVille Supermarket at 200 Union.

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Highly visible and vacant Uptown properties purchased by FKLE Investments

Stephanie Turner is with Partners Global Corporate Real Estate. She is working on behalf of FKLE Investments to find tenants and new development plans for 22 King St. and 91 King St. in uptown Saint John.

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Clean Foundation hopes to get plastics, waste out of the oceans

It was the first Marine Waste Summit organized by the Clean Foundation. Fishing gear and consumer plastics were priority issues discussed. Erin Burbidge is the foundation's director of programs and regulatory affairs.

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Gas Guru predicts a 3 cent cut tonight

The price of gas has been falling weekly for a while now. This week, the price of heating oil and diesel is also predicted to fall.

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5 north end schools reviewed for merging or refits

The District Education Council is hosting meetings to update parents on the latest phase of the plan. It would see some students relocated, at least one new school, and potential refits for others. Rob Fowler is chair of the district education council for Anglophone South.

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Dr. Simon on ecoli

Romaine lettuce is the culprit this time, but Dr. Simon says ecoli infections have other symptoms and other causes.

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Christmas with the Cops, a ticket people actually want

Constables Shanda Weir and Scott Gogan are two of the organizers of this weekend's Christmas With The Cops variety show. The two-show charity event scheduled for this weekend has sold out, for the third year in a row.

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Oland trial 2, day 4

CBC's Bobbi-Jean MacKinnon was in court for the first week of Dennis Oland's retrial, and for his first trial in 2015. She's been covering the case since Richard Oland's body was discovered more than seven years ago.

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For the birds: grosbeaks, sparrows and siskins

Jim Wilson is seeing a few birds stick around as the early winter settles in.

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Quispamsis Island View Lions Club prepping to host Harbour Lights valley breakfast

The service club crew will be hosting the big valley breakfast stop for Harbour Lights this year. The live-remote is on December 12th. Doors and the kitchen open at 6:00am. Chris Gray is a member of the Quispamsis Island View Lions club.

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Metal scrapper and city talk, 6 month plan review in place

One day after the provincial health authority ordered AIM to shut down since complaints of dozens of explosions over the past year and a half, president and CEO Herb Black met with Saint John city officials in a closed meeting.

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Groups urge new PC government to prioritize women's issues

Five groups across the province have teamed up to write an open letter to the MLAs with their concerns. Brenda Murphy is the executive director of the Saint John Women's Empowerment Network.

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Saint John stories of soldiers' training, deployment and return from the First World War

Brent Wilson teaches in the history department at University of New Brunswick. His new book is called "A Family of Brothers: Soldiers of the 26th New Brunswick Battalion in the Great War."

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Neighbourhood convenes to share views of metal scrap business impact on community

At a meeting hosted by the groups Liveable Saint John and the Harbourfront Residences' board of directors, residents had a chance to share their personal stories of how the operation has affected their lives. Raven Blue is with Liveable Saint John.

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Ontario cases led to Supreme Court ruling against use of certain police databases for jury selection

The Dennis Oland murder trial got underway yesterday in front of judge alone, after the jury was dismissed. Shannon Kari is a journalist. He covered a 2009 Ontario murder case that led to changes on how police databases are used during court cases.

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Oland murder trial takes a turn to judge-only

Nicole O'Byrne is an associate professor of law at UNB and has been following the case. Justice Terence Morrison called a mistrial in the retrial, after learning that a police officer had searched potential jurors on a police database

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Annual report of child poverty; slight decline in provincial rate, but high numbers in other sectors

Eighty per cent of Arab children are living in poverty, as do 52 per cent of children in single parent families. Randy Hatfield is the Human Development Council's executive director.

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Dr. Simon on fibromyalgia

The mysterious illness can have a combination of symptoms that are sometimes extremely painful. Dr. Simon says there is no single test for it and it can be difficult to treat.

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67 year old heavy-equipment operator told he can't drive a school bus without GED

Norman Richardson lives in Little Bartibog, outside Miramichi. He is the oldest boy of 14 and had to leave school before graduating to help with the family business. He wants to drive a school bus and has been told he is not qualified without his GED.

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AIM explosions rattling the neighbours and politicians

American Iron and Metal plant on the city's west side has had more than 40 explosions over the last two years. The most recent one happened yesterday. It's the port's responsibility to enforce the rules of the lease agreement on the federal property. Gerry Lowe is the MLA for Saint John Harbour.

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AmbulanceNB directed to provide dedicated non-emergency transfer service

Patients will be able to identify the language of their choice. The government says that will result in more casual paramedics moving to permanent positions. Chris Hood is the executive director of the Paramedic Association of New Brunswick.

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Health Minister Ted Flemming details the ambulance service to avoid tie-ups

Premier Blaine Higgs, Peoples Alliance Leader Kris Austin, and Health Minister Ted Flemming announced a new way of dealing with emergencies. There will now be a separate division to take care of patient transfers, so ambulances aren't tied up with non-emergency business.

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Take Liberty: Ken Tizzard

Newfoundlander Ken Tizzard has produced a tribute album to Ron Hynes'. Jeff Liberty reviews Tizzard's personal covers called 'A Good Dog is Lost.'

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Post-secondary student homelessness in Canada

Eric Weissman is an assistant professor in the Department of Social Science at UNBSJ.

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The history of the Reversing Falls Bridge

Saint John historian Harold Wright.

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People's Alliance agrees to support the PC's minority government

Kris Austin is the leader of the People's Alliance Party.

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Shelter use in Saint John on the rise in summer and expected to rise this winter

The shelters in Saint John are at 128% capacity already this season. Michael MacKenzie is the community development co-ordinator with the Human Development Council. He's also co-ordinator of the community council on homelessness.

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With GED, 89 year old has confidence she 'never had in her life'

At 89 years old Margaret McDevitt-Boyle has started taking English 101 at UNBSJ. And that only became possible because she recently got her GED. McDevitt-Boyle had to abandon school to take a job and help support her family.

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Sisters, 87 and 89 years old, find each other after DNA testing

Betty MacMurray of Bathurst and Gladys Craig of Saint John have learned they are sisters.

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Dr. Simon on preventive medicine

Dr. Mike Simon believes screening tests and preventive measures can protect a patient.

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Quispamsis 12 year old might be Canada's Smartest Person Junior

Liam Veale attends Harry Miller Middle School in Quispamsis. He spent some of his summer competiting on the national game show which debuts tonight.

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Centenarians to participate in special Remembrance Day Service at Harbour Station

Two 100-year-olds will participate in the Remembrance Day service. George Kelly was an aircraft mechanic who serviced Lancaster bombers during the Second World War. He will be a reviewing officer. Mary Richards was a nurse who lost two brothers in the Second World War. She will assist in laying the first wreath on Sunday.

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First sensory friendly live performance to be held at Imperial Theatre

Christel Seeberger is founder of Sensory Friendly Solutions, in Saint John. InterAction School of Performing Arts' sensory-friendly performance of 'The Jungle Book' takes place this week at the Imperial Theatre.

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Nature Conservancy hoping to expand protected area at Little Musquash Cove

Paula Noel is the New Brunswick program director for the Nature Conservancy of Canada. It's looking for donations to help it secure a segment of land around Little Musquash Cove, 20 kilometres south of Saint John.

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StatsCan pilot project gets too close to your private information

David Shipley is a cyber security expert and the CEO of Beauceron Security Inc. in Fredericton.

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Gas Guru predicts a 3 cent cut tonight

Gas is down more than 10 cents in the last three weeks, and tonight another 3.5 c/litre down predicted. Heating oil and diesel will also go down about 2 c/l.

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Mayor of Saint John sounds alarm on city budget shortfall

Council saw a draft of the upcoming budget on Monday night, amounting to long-term $235 million debt. Mayor Don Darling outlines the details.

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Sussex cannot look to Potash for future business

Nutrien, owners of Potash Corp., say production is more cost effective and profitable in Saskatchewan, and it will close the remaining mine near Sussex. Bruce Northrup is the MLA for for Sussex-Fundy-St. Martins.

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Dr. Simon on benefits of a mediterranean diet

Olive oil, vitamins and omega fatty acids are all part of a healthy lifestyle, not just diet, says Dr. Simon.

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Outages too common, too long for Kennebecasis Valley residents

Both Charlotte County and Kings County were hit hard by outages in Saturday's storm. Gary Clark is the mayor of Quispamsis and has had no power for the last three days.

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Premier-designate Blaine Higgs is first premier from Saint John since 1935

New Brunswick's new Progressive Conservative government will be sworn in this Friday. Blaine Higgs will lead the province, with a throne speech expected around November 20th.

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Take Liberty: David Myles goes accoustic

David Myles has revisited his 'Real Love ' record with an acoustic version. Jeff Liberty reviews the scaled back edition.

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Part of Irving Pulp and Paper fine will go to Canadian Rivers Institute

After 15 pollution charges related to effluent at the west Saint John pulp mill, Irving Pulp and Paper will now pay a $3.5 million fine, $2.4 million of that going to the federal environmental damages fund to be used for river projects in the Saint John area, and $1.1 million will go to the UNB's Canadian Rivers Institute to be used for Atlantic salmon research projects. CBCs Connell Smith has the story.

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Best Seat in the House: My Life With The Jeff Healey Band

Tom Stephen spent 15 years working as a manager and the drummer for the Jeff Healey Band. His book, 'Best Seat in the House,' was co-written by Keith Elliott Greenberg.

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ACAP to study harbour seals of Saint John

Graeme Stewart-Robertson is the executive director of ACAP Saint John. The project will take stock of seals in our harbour and region.

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Wither the Liberals: Bernard Richard anticipates a leadership review

After just four years in office, Brian Gallant's Liberals are heading again into an opposition position in the legislature. Bernard Richard is a former Liberal cabinet minister and New Brunswick's Ombudsman and child and youth advocate. He's now senior advisor to the board of directors for the Mi'maq Child and Family Services Agency.

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Metal scrapper operates on autonomous federal port property

Saint John councillor Donna Reardon wants to see the scrap metal recycler on the waterfront made more accountable to the city. She's recieved lots of complaints about noise, explosions and dust from her constituents.

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Joyce's Soup Kitchen warms, comforts community members in St. Stephen

Joceyln Groom is one of the people behind Joyce's Friday Soup Kitchen. It serves the first meal of the season today at Christ Church on Prince William Street in St. Stephen. The meal is seved at noon, but tea and coffee are served from 10:30.

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Muslim newcomers want to secure burial grounds closer to communtiies

Thousands of muslim newcomers have settled in Moncton, Fredericton and Saint John since 2015. The nearest burial ground available for Muslim ceremonies is in Sussex. CBC's Hadeel Ibrahim has the story.

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Maine looks ahead to Tuesday's midterm elections

Michael Shepherd is the State House reporter for the Bangor Daily News.

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40th anniversary of Information Morning from Saint John, laughable moments

Producer Steven Webb replays some of the bloopers of the show, at least some of the ones available to us in archives. Copies do not exist beyond 1999.

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Dr. Simon on new virus paralyzing children

Public health officials in the U.S. are still puzzled by a virus that strikes children. It's similar to polio and called AFM, Acute flaccid myelitis. Here in Canada, some western provinces have seen a few cases of it.

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Cold stunned turtles in Atlantic Canada need your help

Sea turtles are at risk of dying if they can't swim away from the cold water. The Canadian Sea Turtle Network is looking for volunteers to be on the look out for "cold-stunned" turtles. Kathleen Martin is the executive director of The Canadian Sea Turtle Network.

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Hampton statue of John Peters Humphrey to be protected from the elements

The statue of John Peters Humphrey won't be exposed to the elements this year. Georgie Day is chair of the John Peters Humphrey Foundation.

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"The Originals" Costas Halavrezos, Jo-Ann Roberts remember going live in 1978

A group of Saint John politicians, business and community leaders pushed to have a CBC station in Saint John in 1978, in what was then the province's largest city, by far. The original 16-member staff included Costas Halavrezos and Jo-Ann Roberts when CBC Saint John opened in Hilyard Place in the North End.

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The Gas Guru predicts 3 cents off the price of gas tonight

The change would mean 10 cents off in the last three weeks, the lowest since last March.

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Film highlights how health information impacts quality of care

Falling Through the Cracks tells the story of Greg Price. He was 31 when he died of a treatable disease -- days after he got surgery, after more than a year of delays. Greg Price's sister, Terry, has joined Dr. Ewan Affleck to show the film to medical students and health care providers.

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The Lost City; Saint John's storied North End in photos

Between 1963 and 1973, Ian MacEachern documented a neighbourhood that was disappearing. Some of those photos are featured in a new book called "The Lost City." It's edited by John Leroux.

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For the birds: Jim Wilson returns with binoculars

Naturalist Jim Wilson talks about some rare bird sightings and opening the season for bird watchers.

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Women's issues, concerns Resonate in provincial survey

Beth Lyons is executive director of the New Brunswick Women's Council. More than 1400 women participated, weighing in on five major areas of concern. Health, economic security and employment, accessing and providing care, safety and violence and gender inequality and discrimination. Respondents also provided gripping personal stories of their challenges.

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Kaddish recited at Saint John synagogue to honour Pittsburgh victims

Norman Hamburg and Susan Isaacs Lubin are members of Saint John's Sharei Zedek congregation. This Friday's service will further remember the shooting victims in Pittsburgh.

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Lighthouses in pre-confederation New Brunswick

Zachary Tingley did his masters research on the political and moral economy of lighthouses in colonial New Brunswick. The first lighthouse in New Brunswick was the Partridge Island lighthouse, built in 1791.

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Fundy Plastics is first recylcer of styrofoam in New Brunswick

Ella Cormier is the office manager with Fundy Plastics. It takes about a year to fill two shipping containers with compressed styrofoam that goes to China to be reused in picture frames and pens.

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The Creative City of Saint John

A new collection of essays explores the creative history of Saint John. Gwen Davies is one of the editors. The book launch takes place at the New Brunswick Museum. Author Ronald Rees will also read from his book on naturalist, geographer and wilderness explorer, William Francis Ganong.

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Turning grief into joy

Tiffany Agnew speaks about launching a foundation in her son Braedon's name.

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The Wolastok St. John River Summit takes place in early November

Graeme Stewart-Robertson is the Executive Director of ACAP Saint John.

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Details on the first nine days of legal marijuana sales in N.B.

Brian Harriman is the president and CEO of NB Liquor and Cannabis NB.

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Saint John's classical quintet take on the Dark Side of the Moon

Katie Bestvater and Danielle Girard are members of Port City Five. The ensemble have worked out classical arrangements of Pink Floyd's Dark Side of the Moon.

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Recording a song to help fight gun violence

Mark Erelli, Roseanne Cash, Sheryl Crow, Josh Ritter, Lori McKenna and Anais Mirchell with By Degrees, a song to raise money to fight gun-violence in the US.

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A Saint John mother remembered for being bright and bubbly

Jacquie Woodruff is a friend of Heather Howe, who died at a gravel pit last weekend.

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Celebrating the 100th anniversary of Glen Falls School

Norman Jackson attended the school as a boy and is organizing a reunion to celebrate the 100th anniversary of Glen Falls School.

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Deciding whether or not to support the Liberal's throne speech

David Coon is leader of the Green Party.

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A new development for the Saint John city hall building

Saint John Ward 3 councillor Donna Reardon.

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Reaction to the Throne Speech

Liberal MLA's Roger Melanson and Andy Harvey, P.C. leader Blaine Higgs and People's Alliance leader Kris Austin with their thoughts on the Gallant government's throne speech.

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Last service, deconsecration of church of Saint Andrew Saint David this weekend

The 140-year-old building was put up for sale in the spring, and the sale was finalized last month. Moving day is next Tuesday. Terre Hunter is the chair of the board of trustees for the church.

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Take Liberty: Haley Mcmillan

From the Saint John Idol competition to her debut CD, Haley Mcmillan releases her 'Warrior' EP and Jeff Liberty has this review.

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Off the Shelf: The Very Marrow of our Bones

Christine Higdon took up writing late in life. She's received critical acclaim for her mystery novel which she didn't intend to be a mystery. She will read from The Very Marrow of Our Bones at the Parkland Saint John seniors housing in the Marco Polo Room at 2 pm on October 28th.

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CBC News for kids, by kids

Ainsley Good, from Quispamsis, is one of four young students across Canada participating as news editors for the new site CBC Kids News.

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Erin Costelo to launch 'Sweet Marie' in Saint John

Musician Erin Costelo talks about her upcoming release and change in songwriting and production since her last album.

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Microplastics in Saint John River watershed to be studied

Josh Kurek is an assistant professor of geography and environment at Mount Allison University.He's part of a team receiving more than $180,000 from Environment Canada and Climate Change Canada to map the presence of microplastics in the Saint John River watershed.

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Saint John Food Basket entering 35 years of emergency food delivery

The food bank is working towards being more than just a place to get a few meals to get through the month. New coordinator John Buchanan is hoping to help lead that change.

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Getting ice time for all who want it

The Fundy Region Ice Strategy lays out options to help deal with funding issues with long term goals of improving accessability and ice time. Nick Cameron is the recreation facilitator with the Fundy Regional Services Commission.

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Dr. Simon on anxiety

Dr. Simon talks about the range and levels of anxiety that are commonly treated in his family practice.

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World U-17 hockey championships sees 4 Sea Dogs on teams Canada

Aaron Kennedy outlines the roster and the excitement for such a huge tournament coming to Saint John.

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$2.3M Irving pollution fine may go to environmental agency where CEO is Jim Irving

Collaboration for Atlantic Salmon Tomorrow, or CAST, is a New Brunswick registered company, chaired by Irving, with Glenn Cooke of Cooke Aquaculture and Saint John businessman Brian Moore listed as fellow directors. The executive director is a JDI manager. CBC reporter Connell Smith has been following this story.

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The progress of The Coastal Link Trail project

Lara Cooper is on the board of directors for the Coastal Link Trail. The trail would connect Saint John and the Trans Canada Trail with the U.S. East Coast Greenway in Calais, Maine.

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The Bells of Peace help mark the 100th anniversary of WWI

Wayne Spires is the chaplain for St Croix Branch #9 of the Royal Canadian Legion.

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Policing cannabis

Chief Wayne Gallant, of the Kennebecasis Regional Police Force on what you should know before Wednesday's legalization.

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Documenting the story of the Tragically Hip

Michael Barclay is the author of the Never-Ending Present, a Tragically Hip biography.

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The guest conductor leading Symphony NB into their new season

Melanie Leonard is the guest conductor for Symphony New Brunswick.

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Maintaining the Fundy Footpath

Mark Leger is trail master for the Fundy Footpath.

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Refinery workers injured, seen outside of ER after explosion

Dr. Mike Simon regularly deals with employees from a number of companies at the refinery site. Within an hour of the explosion, he got a call to see workers who had suffered minor injuries. CBC's Rachel Cave has more.

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100 years ago, New Brunswick's first provincial health minister shut down the province

Jane Jenkins, associate professor at St. Thomas University and director of science and technology studies. She has studied the career of Dr. William F. Roberts, the first health minister for the province, shut down schools, theatres and churches to curb the spread of the Spanish flu.

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Take Liberty: Kellie Loder

Newfoundlander Kellie Loder's newest album is called 'Benefit of the Doubt.'

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Debris Free Fundy starts with recycling fishing rope

Jackie Walker is the outreach coordinator at the Huntsman Marine Science Centre. The pilot project will collect fishing rope and send it to a processor in Pennfield.

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Gas Guru predicts a slight hike in prices tonight

The Irving Oil refinery explosion will not have any direct impact on prices yet, but CBC's Robert Jones does predict that the price of gas will go up slighlty, and heating oil and diesel will go up by 2 c/l.

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Refinery worker saw 'panic mode,' but 'serious backbone' in emergency services at Irving Oil explosion

Terry MacEachern, a Nova Scotia native who has been a boilermaker for 16 years and is a member of the International Brotherhood of Boilermakers Lodge 146 in Alberta, said he was surprised to hear they were called back so soon.

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More than 60% of landfill material at Crane Mountain is plastic: Waves of Change

Everything we get rid of, whether it's a coffee cup, plastic bag, or straw, ends up at Crane Mountain. Brenda MacCallum is with the Fundy Regional Service Commission.

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Dr. Simon on the modern day house call

These days some doctors are seeing advantages in seeing some patients in their own homes.

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4 people injured in refinery explosion on Thanksgiving Monday

Almost 3,000 people were working on the site at the time because the refinery is undergoing a huge maintenance project that carried into the holiday weekend. CBC's Rachel Cave chronicles the day.

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Emotional, psychological stress common after industrial city incidents

Gordon Dalzell is a clean-air activist who lives near the Irving Oil Refinery. He thinks timely communications could have mitigated some 'psycho-social' impacts on residents.

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Director of EMO says 'God was on our side'

Kevin Clifford is fire chief and EMO director for Saint John. He talks about how communications could be improved and how lucky the employees and first responders were in such a high-risk incident.

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Mayor says communications could be improved between industry, city and residents

Don Darling is the mayor of Saint John. The explosion that shook the area and was seen from across the city happened at 10:16 a.m. on Monday, and the first official information about the incident came about one hour later.

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Ballot recount confirms Liberal Gerry Lowe wins Saint John Harbour riding

It took two days of going through all the paper ballots by hand in a Saint John courtroom. The recount upheld the totals from the Elections New Brunswick tabulation machine. Liberal candidate Gerry Lowe and PC's lawyer Kelly Vanbuskirk both spoke with reporters.

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New Brunswick Innovation Foundation has new CEO

Jeff White, formerly of Radian6, is the new CEO of the New Brunswick Innovation Foundation. Its strategic investments have helped launch more than 100 companies and funded nearly 500 applied research projects in New Brunswick since 2003.

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Robotexter Pam now asks residents to call for Brian Gallant's resignation

Heidi McKillop is 'Pam' who robocalled New Brunswick voters during the election. CBC's Rachel Cave looks at the machine behind the latest texts, an online petition calling on Gallant to resign.

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5 needle drop boxes set in Saint John area

The boxes are placed in convenient, high-use areas. Organizers hope they'll discourage people from dropping their used needles on the sidewalk. Barry Galloway is the executive director of the One Change, one of the community partners.

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This is your brain on weed, research on teen congnitive development and pot use

New research from the University of Montreal looks at how cannabis affects a teen's developing cognitive function. Kamran Afzali is a post-doctoral research fellow at the University of Montreal and a co-author of the study.

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Concessions in USMCA are a win-lose for Canadian consumers

Ian Lee is an associate professor at Carleton University at the Sprott School of Business. Lee predicts some changes in the long term to supply management of dairy in Canada.

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Boil water order not because of bad water, just procedural red tape

The order was declared in August, prime tourist season. The water is now clear, but the village is losing its public works operator to Sussex Corner. The department of health still requires reviews of the system, the operations manual and remidiation plans. Kirstin Shortt is the mayor of Alma.

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Pilot social program mentoring fathers and tots brings Anglican, Roman Catholic missions together

A six-week program in Saint John to help fathers connect with their pre-school children is a small first step in what the two churches hope will become an international effort to start practical programs around the world. David Hamid is the Anglican Bishop of Gibraltar in Europe.

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Saint John horticulturist planting Vimy oak trees, cycling through Belgium, France

Jim Landry is a horticulturist and the executive director of Landscape NB. He is biking through Belgium and France for the 100th anniversary of the First World War. There will be a plaque with his name on it at the site of a newly planted Vimy oak memorial tree in Centennial Park.

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91 King St. development project under development

The property had been vacant for years until Roo Chang and Siobhán Riley of Integrity Real Estate Investments purchased it and two others for $2.7 million. The architect firm originally involved with the project has pulled out, and there are no anchor tenants interested in the property to date. Reporter Julia Wright has the story.

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Residents have concerns about air, noise, water, land pollution from scrap metal operation

The company claimed the operation would have little impact on neighbours in documents filed for its environmental impact assessment. Raven Blue lives in the central peninsula and is active in the group Liveable Saint John. He spoke to the CBC's Connell Smith.

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Off the Shelf: Pipe Dreams: The Fight For Canada's Energy Future

CBC reporter travelled the proposed pipe line route to see and hear if Canadians could even agree an climate policies and how to address energy consumption in the future, as the Energy East Pipe Line was still on the table.

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An ounce of prevention can save hundreds from bogus loans, scams, fraud prevalent

After our story about a family out their last $600 because of a fraudulent loan company, Rick Hancox contacted us. He is CEO of the Financial and Consumers Services Commission of New Brunswick.

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New firearms legislation proposes changes to transfers, transportation and eligibility

Bill C-71, new firearms legislation, now heads to the Senate for review. In the last election, the party vowed to reverse a decade's worth of Conservative changes to gun rules. Karen Ludwig is the member of Parliament for New Brunswick Southwest.

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'Canadianity' reigns for Taggart and Torrens podcast, live show

Former Our Lady Peace drummer Jeremy Taggart and actor and former Street Cents host Jonathan Torrens have turned a kinship of conversation into a successful podcast, a book, a soon to be album and a live tour. They are bringing it to Saint John.

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Green Party leader David Coon courted by two who wish to be premier

David Coon's Green party earned three seats this election. Both Blaine Higgs and Brian Gallant are looking for the party's support.

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Plows moving snow and tracking data this winter

Jeff Hussey is deputy commissioner of Transportation and Environment Services for the city of Saint John. The city will partner with software company T4G to collect data on the roads while snowplowing. The data will help optimize snow clearing operations.

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Doors wide Open in St. Stephen

Sarah Conley is one of the organizers of Doors Open St. Stephen. The Mill Town generating station, the oldest basketball court in Canada and the local aiport are among the venues open to the public this weekend.

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'After the Fall,' musician changes sound and name

Musician Adyn Townes fell into the Atlantic ocean at Cape Spear, injuring his shoulder. He took time off music to heal and to reflect on his sound.

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Art washed away by highest tides in the world wins Discover Saint John international award

Victoria Clarke is the executive director of Discover Saint John. She accepted the Marketing Initiative of the Year Award from the Seatrade Cruise Awards. The seawall mural was painted by the artist known as Hula.

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New Brunswick election; 'The premier stays the premier, unitl ... '

Nicole O'Byrne is an associate professor of law at UNB who follows constitutional law. The results of the provincial election put the Liberals at 21 seats in the legislature, the Progressive Conservatives with 22 seats, and both the Green Party and the People's Alliance with 3 seats each.

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Gas Guru predicts the dip is over

Robert Jones predicts the price of gas, heating oil and diesel will all go up tonight at the price change by 1 c/l, and likely go up again next week too.

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Dr. Simon on opiods

The Canadian Medical Association is calling for an "open and courageous" debate about whether opioids should continue to be considered illegal. Dr. Simon dives into that controversy.

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Liberals win Saint John Harbour by a tiny margin

Gerry Lowe is the newly elected Liberal MLA in Saint John Harbour.

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A disappointing night for the N.B. New Democratic Party

NDP leader Jennifer McKenzie spoke with the CBC's Connell Smith. Sue Shedd was the NDP candidate for Kings Centre and Kim Blue was the candidate for Portland Simonds.

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How we go forward with a minority government

JP Lewis is a political science professor at UNB Saint John.

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The details on this year's Fog Lit Festival

Andrea Kikuchi is on the board of directors for the Fog Lit Festival. The festival runs from Wednesday Sept 26 through Sunday Sept 30.

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Protecting the Saint Andrews waterfront from storm surge damage

Doug Naish is mayor of Saint Andrews.

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What you need to know as you head to the polls to vote today

Kim Poffenroth is New Brunswick's chief electoral officer.

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Bee Me Kidz social program, food support, pulled from 2 school communities due to funding shortfall

The Saturday programs for kids and parents have been pulled from Beaconsfield and St. John the Baptist/King Edward schools. Missy Bewick is the executive director of Bee Me Kidz. Bryan Elliott is the founder and sole funder of the program, but his own business challenges mean he cannot support the social program at the current level.

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Fatality at Route 102 draws focus on safer crossings

Alysha Paul was killed by a truck while crossing Route 102. There are calls to change traffic conditions at this site. The CBC's Julia Wright spoke with Alysha's mother, Laurie Paul, about what happened the day her daughter died.

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International hepatitis conference highlights New Brunswick holistic care model

Dr. Sarah Gander is part of a group from New Brunswick in Portugal to talk about the RECAP model of care for families and patients with Hepatitis C.

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Year 1 of Sea Dogs team development

The club goes into the 2018-2019 season as the youngest team in the Quebec Major Junior league. There is only one player from the Cup-winning team in 2017. Trevor Georgie is President of the Saint John Sea Dogs.

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The Gas Guru predicts a 2 cent drop in the price of gas, heating oil, diesel

CBC reporter Robert Jones says prices are on a roll, down.

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Riding of Saint Croix, candidates and issues

Kathy Bockus is a freelance journalist in St. Stephen and is following the campaign there. Candidates include incumbent John Ames, Greg Thompson, Jan Underhill, Donna Linton, and Joyce Wright.

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DFO research on Atlantic salmon DNA mixing with European 'poor science'

Susan Farquharson is executive director of the Atlantic Canada Fish Farmers Association. Scientists looked at genetic research and concluded European salmon have been spawning in the region.

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Dr. Simon on Canada's trans fats ban

The product has been used for decades in processed and fast foods as a preservative and a flavour enhancer. But, it's also been linked to high cholesterol and heart disease.

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Explosion at metal recycling plant rattles city's west side, mayor

A resident called 911, but the company, AIM, did not. It said the explosion happened inside the enclosed shredder chamber which is designed to withstand such blasts, and there was no need for first responders. Mayor Don Darling expects changes to that operation.

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Memorial trees and the Vimy Oak Project

Jim Landry is a horticulturist and executive director of Landscape NB. He has planted almost 100 Vimy oak trees, and next week he'll be at the Vimy monument preparing more to be planted there.

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Fundy Ocean Research Centre for Energy has hopes for tidal projects despite OpenHydro liquidation

Tony Wright is general manager of Fundy Ocean Research Centre for Energy or FORCE. Five companies are developing tidal technology in the bay. The owners of Cape Sharp Tidal, with a turbine in the water, have begun liquidating assets.

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Off the Shelf: Deli Meat, a crime novel

Saint John native Tom Halford says it was a bottle of pickled beets that inspired his first book. It's what happens when a mystery gets sandwiched inside of a dark comedy.

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Saint John Energy wins innovation challenge for solar energy analytics

Ryan Mitchell is Saint John Energy's vice-president of engineering and operations. Janet Scott is with Enterprise Saint John.

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