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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Download episodes from this podcast for: 3 months
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"A Family of Brothers"

Brent Wilson is editor emeritus of the New Brunswick Military Heritage Series is giving a talk on his new book at Resurgo Place in Moncton on Wednesday, October 24, from 7 p.m - 8 p.m.

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Lack of post game Sunday bus service catches Wildcats fans by surprise

Marie-Claire Pierce, senior transit planner for Codiac Transpo explains why no bus service was available after the Wildcats game last Sunday night.

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From takeout to traditional: Nataoganeg First Nation food centre opens (Part 2)

Vanessa Blanch tells us how a return to wholesome, traditional food is helping people in Nataoganeg First Nation (formerly known as Eel Ground) reclaim their culture.

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The Homecoming Comedy Tour

Robert Gallant, general manager of the Hubcap Comedy Festival talks about The Homecoming Comedy Tour coming to the Capitol Theatre on Friday October 26 and the Vogue Theatre in Miramichi on Saturday the 27th.

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The Fighting Days

Sue Rose, Vallie Stearns-Anderson and Mike Gallant of the Performers' Theatre Company in Sackville join Jonna for a talk about The Fighting Days opening on Wednesday.

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Eel Ground First Nation returns to traditional food

What started as a school breakfast program has grown into a big community effort to return to healthy and traditional food. The CBC's Vanessa Blanch takes us to the Eel Ground First Nation for the opening of a new food centre.

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Recycling fast food garbage

Gena Alderson, waste diversion coordinator for Eco360 explains how to dispose of what's left when your fast food meal is done, from your straw to the paper bag.

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Looking for a Speaker

All four parties are keeping their MLAs off the ballot for the election of Speaker of the Legislature. The CBC's Jacques Poitras says all of a sudden, the prospects of a new provincial government - or a new provincial election - are very real.

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How to skip the fast food plastic

Kelsey Scarfone, water program manager at Environmental Defence talks about how to reduce the amount of plastic you carry home with that takeout food.

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New study suggests 90% of Canadians with lyme disease are not diagnosed

Vett Lloyd is a biology professor at Mount Allison University.

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Tara Thorne reviews " First Man"

Tara Thorne reviews movies for Information Morning every Thursday morning after 8:15 am.

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New Chancellor at L'Université de Moncton

Louise Imbeault was installed yesterday as the ninth chancellor of U de M. For this occasion, we are sharing Jonna Brewer's documentary that first aired in 2005 that looks at the Cadieux-Imbeault family and it's important contribution to l'Université de Moncton.

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Managing sports-related concussions

Dr. Jeff Pike is part of a group of doctors and community therapists working to standardize sports-related concussion management in Moncton so that no matter where an athlete is seen in Moncton, they'll be treated with the most up-to-date treatment protocols.

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Microplastics in the St. John River watershed

Josh Kurek, assistant professor of geography and environment at Mount Allison University is part of a team mapping the presence of microplastics in the St. John River watershed.

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Redirecting fine money

A proposed Irving plea deal for polluting the St. John River would put money into an Irving-controlled salmon group. The CBC's Connell Smith has been looking into this story.

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"Silence is the enemy of justice."

Former NHL player Sheldon Kennedy is the lead director of the Sheldon Kennedy Child Advocacy Centre in Calgary. He will deliver the Katherine Wright Memorial Lecture in Moncton tonight.

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HMCS Moncton and the Battle of the Atlantic

James Upham is in charge of public programming at Resurgo Place in Moncton.

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Legal weed - a doctor's perspective

Dr. Raj Bhardwaj is our weekly medical columnist.

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The horn after the goal

The CBC's Clare Bonnyman talks about that horn they blare everytime a player gets a puck in the net. Jamie Comeau, technical director for the Avenir Centre describes the Moncton Wildcats horn.

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Countdown to cannabis - Lucien

Our blue-collar philosopher Lucien, aka Marshall Button, delivers the straight dope on legalization.

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Images of Dignity

Moncton photographer Maurice Henri joins host Jonna Brewer to talk about a new project to help women who are dealing with trauma. He's joined by Michelle Nadeau of the YWCA and Michelle Geldart, one of the participants.

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Countdown to cannabis - Policing

Chief Wayne Gallant of the Kennebecasis Regional Police Force is also Director for New Brunswick on the Canadian Association of Chiefs of Police Board of Directors.

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"Billy Bishop Goes to War"

Ron Kelly-Spurles plays Billy Bishop and Charlie Rhindress directs Live Bait Theatre's production of "Billy Bishop goes to war". The play tours New Brunswick from Oct. 17 to Nov.16

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Countdown to cannabis - How will legalization change Canada?

Sociologist Jenna Valleriani is a Post Doctoral Fellow at UBC whose work looks at cannabis and drug policy.

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Intimate partner violence laws not working as hoped

Tracy Peters, partner at Tandem family law in Moncton and Kristal LeBlanc, executive director of the Beausejour Family Crisis Resource Centre both have issues with the newly adopted laws.

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Miramichi downtown and waterfront redevelopment

Miramichi Mayor Adam Lordon talks about plans to create a new vision for the Chatham and Newcastle downtowns and waterfronts.

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Political wheeling and dealing in Fredericton

Jamie Gillies, political scientist and professor of communications and public policy at St. Thomas University has been watching from the sidelines.

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Countdown to cannabis - New Brunswick Medical Society

Dr. Serge Melanson, president of the medical society says just because cannabis is about to be legal, doesn't mean it's safe.

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Happy ending

Vanessa Blanch has an update on the Donovans of Moncton, who were scammed out of their last $600 in September.

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Waves of Change - Microplastics

The CBC's Vanessa Blanch discovered that microplastics are finding their way into the sediment and the shellfish at the bottom of the Bay of Fundy. She caught up with grad student Krista Beardy, just outside St. Andrews.

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Magnetic Hill Zoo's tiger cubs moving out

Magnetic Hill Zoo director Jill Marven along with Animal Care Foreman Tiffany Bateman talk about the three tiger cubs moving to a zoo in Ontario. The cubs will be used to educate people on the plight of the amur tiger, which is facing extinction.

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Moose attack

Competitive runner Paul Gallant talks about his close encounter with a moose on Dieppe's riverside trail. Nicolas Lecompte, biology professor at l'Université de Moncton explains moose behaviour and shares some tips on what you should do if this happens to you.

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Tara's movie review - "A Star is Born"

Tara Thorne says this version of A Star is Born is unlike any before.

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Countdown to cannabis - Pot in the workplace

Lucie Laboissonnière is a labour and employment lawyer with McInnis Cooper and John Wishart is the CEO of the Greater Moncton Chamber of Commerce.

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Future of St. Pat's

St. Pat's Family Centre members voted to approve the sale of the property to Heritage Resources Inc. Tuesday in an effort to save the centre. The CBC's Shane Magee speaks with Dick Carpenter, owner of the Heritage group of companies, and Melanie Cote, a spokesperson for the Friends of St.Pat's community group.

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Surfing Moncton's muddy tidal bore

French surfer Antony Colas rides tidal bores all over the world. He explains to the CBC's Jonna Brewer what makes surfing the wave on Moncton's Peditcodiac River so "epic".

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Respect in School program

Moncton High School teacher Craig Eagles talks about the anti-bullying program created by former NHL player Sheldon Kennedy.Kennedy will be guest speaker at the Katherine Wright Memorial Lecture in Moncton on October 17th at 7 pm at the Wesleyan Celebration Centre.

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Who needs a flu shot?

Dr. Raj Bhardwaj is a family physician and our medical columnist.

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Irving Oil refinery explosion

CBC reporter Rachel Cave brings us the latest on the dramatic explosion and fire at the Irving Oil refinery in Saint John.

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Countdown to cannabis

Brian Harriman, President and CEO of ANBL and Cannabis NB talks about the final preparations leading to next week's legalization of cannabis.

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The Food Depot needs more warehouse space

Dale Hicks, president of The Food Depot and Laurie Steward, president of the New Brunswick Association of Food Banks explain how a shortage of space ends up costing them.

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NB Afro Fest

Moncef Lakouas is vice president of the New Brunswick Multicultural Council and co-organizer of the NB Afro Fest. The festival takes place this weekend in Dieppe.

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Frank McKenna reflects on Canada-US relations

The former New Brunswick premier and former Canadian ambassador to the United States speaks with CBC reporter Kate Letterick about the current relationship between the two countries in the wake of the new North American trade agreement.

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Alma boil order for how long?

Dr. Yves Léger, medical officer of health for the east region explains what needs to happen before the village can lift a boil order that's been in place since early August.

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Moose and deer on the move

Kristin Elton is is with "Watch for Wildlife", a program of the Sierra Club Canada Foundation, Atlantic Chapter.

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Part coyote, party wolf

The CBC's Shane Fowler has discovered there's a lot more to this hybrid creature than meets the eye.

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"Hi, it's Pam ..."

The CBC's Rachel Cave looks into the robocall campaign that triggers suspicion, hostility - and support from New Brunswickers.

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Ducks Unlimited proposes "green infrastructure" to address climate change

Adam Campbell is head of conservation delivery for Ducks Unlimited in the Atlantic Region.

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Teens and pot

Patricia Conrod, professor of psychiatry at the University of Montréal talks about the latest research into how cannabis use can affect the developing brain.

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Why did Katharine Hepburn talk like that?

The old-timey accent that's not quite British, not quite American - and the Moncton Connection.James Upham of Resurgo Place shares the story of Edith Skinner and the Mid-Atlantic accent.

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Searching for answers

Jamie Lee Paris of Pelerin, NB died in a workplace accident near Fort McMurray in 2016. The CBC's Shane Magee spoke with his sister-in-law, Carol Paris, and his brother, Scott.

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Councillors debate funding for UFC event

City of Moncton Councillors Greg Turner and Paul Pellerin share their opposing views on taxpayer subsidies for the Ultimate Fighting Championship at the Avenir Centre on October 27.

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Frequent changes to your body weight can affect your health

Our medical columnist Dr. Raj Bhardwaj talks about a recent study that shows fluctuating changes to your weight, blood pressure, and cholesterol are associated with increased risk of heart attack and stroke.

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Looking for a Speaker of the House

Bev Harrison, former Speaker of the New Brunswick Legislature weighs in on the numbers game from this year's election results.

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Boil order maintained for Village of Alma

Kirstin Shortt, mayor of Alma explains why they must maintain the boil order even though tests suggest the water is good to drink.

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Moncton approves $150,000 subsidy for UFC event at Avenir Centre

Shane Porter, Moncton's manger of venues explains why the city is subsidizing the bid fee for an upcoming UFC event.

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Anglophone East to hold public meetings on school amalgamations

Gregg Ingersoll, superintendent of Anglophone East School District, explains the upcoming reviews of three Moncton-area schools and three Sackville schools.

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World speed networking record attempt

Jennifer Henry of Opportunities NB and the Hub City Young Professionals Network shares an update of the Guiness-world-record-setting attempt that's happening in Moncton this Wednesday.

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Pipe Dreams - The Fight for Canada's Energy Future

CBC's provincial affairs reporter Jacques Poitras discusses his new book about the ill-fated Energy East pipeline.

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Political turmoil in Fredericton

Jamie Gillies, political scientist and professor of communications and public policy at St. Thomas University, talks about the uncertain future of New Brunswick one week after the election.

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Community helps victims of online scam

Vanessa Blanch brings us an update on the Moncton parents swindled out of their last $600 dollars. And spoiler alert - this one has a happy ending.

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Beyond identity politics in NB

Dialogue New Brunswick offers to help political parties address divisions in the province in the aftermath of the provincial election.

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Beyond identity politics in NB

Dialogue New Brunswick offers to help political parties address divisions in the province in the aftermath of the provincial election.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:10:20]


Community helps victims of online scam

Vanessa Blanch brings us an update on the Moncton parents swindled out of their last $600 dollars. And spoiler alert - this one has a happy ending.

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Francophone groups oppose alliance with People's Alliance

Bathurst Mayor Paolo Fongemie and the president of the province's Acadian society, Robert Melanson, say any kind of cooperation with the People's Alliance is unacceptable.

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Tara Thorne move review: Farenheit 11/9

Michael Moore has had his lens focussed on America for more than 30 years, and he doesn't like what he's seeing now. Tara Thorne tells us about his latest documentary.

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Blinded by hope

CBC's Vanessa Blanch explains how a Moncton man and his wife lost their last $600 when they applied for an online loan to get back on their feet.

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CBC Waves of Change: Plastic Free Moncton

Lisa Griffin from Festival Inspire talks about ways you can reduce the amount of plastic you use every day.

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Is taking small doses of Aspirin really good for you?

Our House Doctor, Raj Bhardwaj explains how a new study published in the New England Journal of Medicine questions if taking small doses of Aspirin regularly could do more harm than good.

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NB Votes - Kevin Arseneau

Kevin Arseneau, winner in the riding of Kent North talks about the Green party's role in a minority government.

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NB Votes - Who should govern now - and how?

Donald Savoie holds the Canada Research Chair in public administration and governance at l'Université de Moncton.

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NB Votes - Who will lead New Brunswick?

Both Liberal leader Brian Gallant and PC Leader Blaine Higgs say they plan to govern the province.

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NB Votes - One province, four colours

Mario Levesque, political scientist at Mount Allison University, says Liberal Leader Brian Gallant has the right to continue as premier, for now, at least.

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Youth worker worried with pot addiction

Luc Desjardins, program manager at Portage Atlantic says he sees the "devastating consequences" of cannabis abuse every day at his drug rehab centre.

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Moncton's Louisbourg choir releases its first cd with major record label

Monique Richard, director of Choeur Louisbourg along with arranger Sean Dagher of Skye Consort talk about the making of "Chansons d'amour d'Acadie et de France" cd .

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Love Letters, Celebrating Down Syndrome

Sandra Blatt-Arsenault, president of the Greater Moncton Down Syndrome Society along with board member Jonathan Henry dropped by our studio to talk about the Love Letters project.

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NB Votes - Brian Gallant

Liberal Leader Brian Gallant.

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NB Votes - Shippagan-Lamèque-Miscou

The CBC's Gabrielle Fahmy takes a look at the riding of Shippagan-Lamèque-Miscou as we head into the final weekend before New Brunswickers head to the polls.

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NB votes - NBCC students

Jonna visited NBCC Moncton to get the point of view of students regarding the upcoming provincial election. We hear from business students Geoff MacKinnon and Jessica Jones, and student union president Naomi Mahoney.

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People of the Tantramar

Charles Scobie is an author and a professor emeritus of Religious Studies at Mount Allison University. The launch of People Of The Tantramar takes place Sept.21 at Sackville Town Hall at 7:30 as part of the town's Fall Fair celebrations.

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Waves of Change - Single-use plastic

The CBC's Zach Goudie has an overview of the problem of single-use plastics.

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NB Votes - David Coon

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

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NB Votes - Immigration, the forgotten issue

CBC reporter Vanessa Blanch talks about immigration, an issue that hasn't been discussed much, if at all, by any of the parties.

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Smartwatch ECG monitor

Our house Dr. Raj Bhardwaj talks about the risks and benefits of wearable electrocardiogram technology.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:08:28]


James Upham - The Tom Collins story

James Upham of Resurgo Place talks about what people called the Trial of the Century in New Brunswick in 1907.

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NB Votes - Jennifer McKenzie

Jennifer McKenzie is leader of the New Brunswick NDP.

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Canadian pot industry targeted at US border

Ray Gracewood, chief commercial officer with OrganiGram talks about the impact on the Canadian industry.

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NB Votes - Edmundston ridings

The CBC's Gabrielle Fahmy takes us to the city where two-well known political veterans are trying to make a comeback in this election campaign.

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NB Votes - Kris Austin

The CBC's Rachel Cave interviews Kris Austin, leader of the People's Alliance party.

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Baroness Von Sketch is back for another season

Maritimer Meredith MacNeill of the Baroness Von Sketch show is of the creators and stars of the show.

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Health advocates defend school nutrition policy

Christine Roherty of the Heart and Stroke Foundation of New Brunswick and Jill Van Horne with Our Food Southeast New Brunswick say the "healthy food in schools" policy must not only be kept, but reinforced.

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NB votes - Moncton South

Provincial affairs reporter Jacques Poitras looks at one of the toughest races in Moncton.

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NB Votes - Blaine Higgs

The CBC's Rachel Cave interviews Blaine Higgs, leader of the Progressive Conservatives.

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Election coffee talk - Brian Branch

Brian Branch is a graphic designer and lives in the riding of Moncton Centre.

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Immigration, language and education top of mind for one Moncton voter

Madeleine Blanchard works in communications in Moncton.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:07:13]


NB Votes - Prescription for better healthcare

Dr. Serge Melanson, president-elect of the New Brunswick Medical Society and Paula Doucet, president of the New Brunswick Nurses Union

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Rebecca Schofield Day

Thousands of acts of kindness will happen on Saturday as students carry on with the #BeccaToldMeTo campaign started by Riverview teen, Becca Schofield. A gala concert in her memory takes place Saturday at the Riverview Arts Centre at 7:30 pm.

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Former Sackville resident encounters Hurricane Florence

Jonna speaks with Mandy Copp-Wilson, who now lives in North Carolina, as Hurricane Florence bears down.

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Former Sackville resident braces for Hurricane Florence

Mandy Copp-Wilson has been living in North Carolina for over 20 years.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:08:38]


NB Votes - Leaders' debate

Mario Levesque, teacher with the Politics and International Relations Department at Mount Allison University reacts to last night's leaders' debate hosted by CBC New Brunswick.

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NB Votes - Albert riding

CBC reporter Vanessa Blanch takes us to the large, rural riding.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:09:34]


Keith Urban breaks in Moncton's new Avenir centre

Bonnie Porter, director of marketing for Avenir Centre describes how thing went for the concert featuring Keith Urban.

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Diversity in New Brunswick politics

Cyprien Okana, NDP candidate in the Moncton Northwest riding along with Paulin Blaise Ngweth, Progressive Conservative candidate in Shediac Bay Dieppe discuss the importance of diversity and immigration in New Brunswick.

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"September Spike" in asthma

As the days shorten, emergency room doctors start to see a rise in people with asthma. Our house Dr. Raj Bhardwaj explains how to make sure you and your family aren't affected by it.

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How to get to the Keith Urban concert at Moncton's Avenir Centre

City of Moncton spokesperson Isabelle LeBlanc offers some transportation tips for tonight's show.

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Poverty and the polls

Chantal Landry, executive director of Habitat for Humanity in Moncton and Debby Warren, executive director of Ensemble - formally AIDS Moncton, are reminding politicians about the importance of poverty issues in the upcoming provincial elections.

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The future location of Moncton's new west end school

Andy Scott, president of the Hillcrest Home and School Association, along with Tyson Milner and John Steeves, co-chairs the new Bessborough School parents committee talk about the latest developments over the location of the future school.

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Global shorebird count

Kerry Lee Morris-Cormier is the manager of the Johnson's Mills Shorebird Interpretive Centre.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:11:26]


Election race in Carleton-Victoria

Jacques Poitras, CBC's provincial affairs reporter talks about the Carleton-Victoria riding where the election race was dramatic from start to finish in the last campaign.

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Moncton LGBTQ bar closing

Stella Fougere and Evie Lane, owners of Triangles LGBTQ bar say things have changed in the last 23 years.

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The real cost of big election promises

Richard Saillant is an economist and author in Moncton.

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Battle for Moncton Centre

Reporter Kate Letterick takes a closer look at the riding previously held by former Liberal Chris Collins.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:08:30]


What students are saying about the school nutrition policy

Vanessa Blanch spoke with students about the change in schools and with Kerri Robichaud, a registered dietitian.

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Raven Spanier's legacy

Ian MacLaughlan wrote a touching tribute for the Moncton architect who played a important role in designing the new Avenir Centre in Moncton.

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A blow to the archery club in Esgenoôpetitj

Lucas Mitchell and Robert Sylliboy talk about the importance of saving the club after someone broke into the school shed and stole much of their equipment.

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Is the riding of Shediac-Beaubassin-Cap-Pele ready for change?

CBC reporter Gabrielle Fahmy has been talking to candidates and voters in the Liberal stronghold.

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When stress and anxiety causes kids to refuse to go to school

Our house Dr. Raj Bhardwaj explains how to recognize and manage school anxiety in your kids.

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Moncton city council meeting

Councillors Greg Turner and Bryan Butler dropped by to talk about last night's meeting.

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Grandmothers 4 Grandmothers Moncton fundraiser

Marilyn O'Brien of the Grandmothers 4 Grandmothers Moncton group explains how the money collected will go to the Stephen Lewis Foundation's Grandmothers Campaign. The sale takes place at Knights of Columbus Hall, 91 Murphy Avenue off Elmwood Drive this Saturday from 9AM to 1PM.

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Three grades. Two teachers. One room.

Nick Smith, principal at Magnetic Hill School near Moncton explains how grade 2-3-4 English Prime will be combined in one "multi-age" classroom, with two teachers.

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Moncton's Events Centre open house

Bonnie Porter, director of marketing for SMG Moncton talks about the different events that are scheduled for the official opening of Moncton's Events Centre this weekend.

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Advice for empty nesters

CBC parenting columnist and author Ann Douglas talks about that difficult post-kid period that parents will be facing in a matter of days.

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The impact of the province's new school nutrition policy

Sue Murray, member of the Moncton West and Riverview Rotary Club and chair of the group's Adopt-a-School committee, talks about the impact the province's school nutrition policy will have on breakfast and lunch programs for students living in poverty.

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Bob Osborne - Gardening

Bob Osborne of Corn Hill Nursery shares another edition of Corn Hill Chronicles and answers some gardening questions from our listeners.

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Commercial striped bass fishery for Eel Ground First Nation

Reporter Hadeel Ibrahim travelled to Eel Ground to find out more about this new fishery - and what it will mean to the community and the Miramichi River system.

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No more French fries, bake sales: New Brunswick's new school nutrition policy

Gregg Ingersoll, superintendent of the Anglophone East School District talks about the new school nutrition policy that will take effect next week.

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East end pool to get deeper pool

Moncton councillor Paul Pellerin is not impressed with the procedures the city followed to address the east end pool replacement project.

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Elsipogtog First Nation Powwow

Angeline Purcell, coordinator of the 32nd annual Elsipogtog powwow talks about the significance of this weekend's celebration.

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What's up with the mosquitoes?

Gaétan Moreau, Associate professor at l'Université de Moncton's biology department talks about the pesky mosquitoes that are thriving this summer.

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Second group working to reopen St. Pat's Family Centre

Mike McKee is a retired provincial court judge, and former priest and politician.He's chairing an interim working group trying to reopen the St. Pat's Family Centre as early as October 1st.

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Economy is #1 issue for voters, according to Vote Compass data

Jamie Gillies, political scientist at St. Thomas University in Fredericton is also an academic adviser for Vote Compass.If you want to try the Vote Compass, it's on our website at cbc.ca/nb

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Researchers at UBC find a way to turn all blood into Type O

Our house Dr. Raj Bhardwaj talks about this important discovery that could help to fix the chronic shortages of donated blood.

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Architect explains what goes into the design of a community swimming pool

Darryl Condon is an architect with HCMA Architecture + Design in Vancouver. The company designs community pools and aquatic centres.

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Gender imbalance in the classroom

George Daley, president of the New Brunswick Teachers' Association says with a large majority of female teachers, students would benefit from a bit of male perspective, too.

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Back-to-school anxiety

Moncton counsellor Kerri Gaskin explains what children and parents should be paying attention to when it comes to feelings about the new school year.

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Moncton east youth respond to pool controversy

Vanessa speaks with some young people at the Moncton East Youth Centre about the debate over the depth of the new pool planned for the neighborhood.

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Rebecca Schofield All World Super Play Park

A playground in Riverview is being rebuilt and renamed in honour of Rebecca Schofield, the teen who inspired kindness around the world with a simple hashtag. Becca's mother Anne dropped by our studio to talk about this new honour for her late daughter.

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Is it too late to build a deeper pool in Moncton's east end?

Moncton councillors, including Mayor Dawn Arnold, voted to instruct staff to ask if the pool design can be modified. Reporter Shane Magee reports.

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School supplies drive

Moncton Headstart has teamed up again with the Salvation Army and the Food Depot for its yearly charity drive. The goal is to assist young students in need, and so far they've collected school supplies for over 800 children.

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Richibucto residents seeking end to smelly situation

The strong smell from a crustacean shell drying facility in Richibucto is making some local residents uncomfortable and has even forced some to stay indoors this summer.

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Bob Osborne - Gardening

Bob Osborne of Corn Hill Nursery shares another edition of Corn Hill Chronicles and answers some gardening questions from our listeners.

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Plan for one-metre deep east end pool surprises supporters

Pikey French, executive director of the Moncton East Youth Centre and Moncton Councillor Shawn Crossman say they were never consulted before the release of the plan for a new pool.City spokesperson Isabelle LeBlanc says the depth was included in specifications presented to council.

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French language leaders debate cancelled

Radio-Canada pulled the plug on its French language leaders debate. Mount Allison University political scientist Mario Levesque reacts and Progressive Conservative leader Blaine Higgs explains why he declined the invitation to debate the issues in French.

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Provincial funding for east end pool in jeopardy

New Brunswick Finance Minister Cathy Rogers says she never would have supported the project had she known it was going to be a "wading pool".

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"RIP Mountain Road bike lanes"

Moncton cyclist Krysta Cowling laments the end of the short lived "road diet" to Mountain Road to accommodate bicycles.

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NB Votes: Provincial election kicks off

The CBC's provincial affairs reporter Jacques Poitras gives a rundown of what to watch for as this campaign unfolds.

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NB Votes: The province's election machine gears up

Kim Poffenroth, New Brunswick's Chief Electoral Officer talks about rules and details you need to know before heading to the polls on September 24th.

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Moncton is scrapping its new bike lanes on Mountain Road

Moncton city engineer Alcide Richard explains why the city will remove new bike lanes on Mountain Road between Magnetic Hill and Bulman Drive and revert back to four lanes of traffic.

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Former chief of Elsipogtog First Nation says language matters

Susan Levi-Peters, former chief of Elsipogtog First Nation explains why friends and family of Brady Francis are calling for a Mi'kmaq or English interpreter during proceedings against Maurice Johnson.Johnson is charged with failing to stop at the scene of an accident that claied the life of the 22-year-old Elsipogtog man.

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River of Pride celebrations

Charles MacDougall, coordinator of Pride Week in Moncton along with Xavier B. Gould, Pride Week Grand Marshal talk about living in the LGBTQ community in Acadie.River of Pride will wrap up on Saturday with the big parade and downtown concert.

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Downtown Dances

Allen Kaeja, one of the choreographers and co-founders of Downtown Dances, along with Marc Basque, a first time participant join Vanessa to talk about the Dance Day coming to Main Street this Thursday from 11:00 am -2:00 pm.

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Moncton Magic deal

Moncton taxpayers could be on the hook to cover the Moncton Magic's losses during its first year at the new events centre. CBC reporter Shane Magee reports on Monday night's council meeting.

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Blaine Higgs' change of heart on bilingualism

The Progressive Conservative leader says his perspective on language rights has changed over the last 30 years. Provincial affairs reporter Jacques Poitras brings us the story.

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Vote Compass

A new online tool is available in New Brunswick to help voters determine what political parties their views align with. Charles Breton, research director for Vox Pop Labs explains how it works.

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Bob Osborne - Gardening

Bob Osborne of Corn Hill Nursery shares another edition of Corn Hill Chronicles and answers some gardening questions from our listeners.

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The future of Belledune power plant

CBC's provincial affairs reporter Jacques Poitras says the province's last coal-fired generating station is facing a tight timeline to phase out coal.

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Water sampling blitz this Saturday

Kelli-Nicole Croucher, watershed coordinator for EOS Eco-Energy explains how the water sampling blitz to test for bacteria will unfold from coastal and inland areas around Baie Verte to Murray Corner.

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Critics question Liberal government's forest strategy review

The CBC's Connell Smith tells us who's concerned and why.

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Mars and stars

Astronomy Moncton and the Royal Astronomical Society of Canada will host a free viewing event at the Moncton High School observatory tonight at 9:00 (weather permitting) to see Mars, Saturn and other gems in the night sky. Member Emile Cormier talks to Jonna about what to expect.

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Blue light emitted by screens may lead to blindness

Optometrist Mathangi Arun talks about a recent study on how electronic devices can damage our eyesight and how we can protect it.

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Para-swimmer Danielle Dorris returns home with pile of medals

Danielle Dorris, a member of the CNBO swim team in Moncton, along with her father, Jean-Pierre, and her coach Ryan Allen join Jonna to talk about her results at the Pan Pacific Para-Swimming Championships in Cairns, Australia.

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Sussex Corner municipal government in turmoil

The CBC's Shane Magee reports on resignations in the village office.

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Good news for Hospice Greater Moncton

Tradina Meadows-Forgeron and Dennis Cochrane of Hospice Greater Moncton react to news the provincial government will invest more than $1 million in the creation of a 10-bed residential hospice in Moncton.

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Remembering Dr. Sheldon Rubin

Sharon Rubin reflects on her husband's life and career.

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The appeal of Acadian cuisine

Simon Thibault is the author of Pantry and Palate: Remembering and Rediscovering Acadian Food.

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Our house Dr. Raj Bhardwaj takes a look at a controversial salt study

Dr. Raj Bhardwaj is a family physician and urgent care doctor in Calgary, and our regular medical columnist.

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Painful connections

Angela Gevaudan's husband was one of the three RCMP officers killed in Moncton in 2014.She spoke with the CBC's Preston Mulligan about Friday's deadly shootings in Fredericton.

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Co-Founding member of Great Big Sea shares story of addiction and recovery

Séan McCann talks to Jonna Brewer about his struggle with drugs and alcohol and how music is the best medicine.

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Rural New Brunswicker urges drivers to stop taking chances on the road

Darren Walker lives in Trout Brook, near Miramichi.

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The widow of Constable Robb Costello, one of the Fredericton police officers killed on Friday, reflects on her life with him

CBC producer Myfanwy Davies speaks with Jackie McLean.

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Bob Osborne - Gardening

Bob Osborne of Corn Hill Nursery shares another edition of Corn Hill Chronicles and answers some gardening questions from our listeners.

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The House of Nazareth in Moncton needs money for major renovations

Rene Ephestion, executive director of the House of Nazareth in Moncton says the province should step up and help out.

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You can now "Ride the Tide" in Moncton

Jennifer Dingman of the Fundy Biosphere Reserve describes how four groups in the area have joined forces to offer eco-cultural bike tours along the Petitcodiac River.https://facebook.com/ridethetidebiketours/

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Town of Sackville considering lawn length by law

Councillors discuss if the town should adopt a lawn length by law.

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The City of Moncton did not apply for federal funding to repair Robinson St. railway crossing

CBC reporter Gabrielle Fahmy speaks with Natalie Fougere who is almost completely blind and crosses the Robinson St. railway crossing regularly.

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Cocagne residents asking for moose fencing along highway 11

Years after losing family members to a moose collision, Jean-Claude Robichaud reiterates that more moose fencing along highway 11 would save lives. Cocagne mayor Jean Hebert is also asking for more fencing.

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Parlee Beach "no swimming" advisories not being seen or being ignored

The CBC's Gabrielle Fahmy spoke with some of the people at the beach and found out that many didn't see the warning signs. New Brunswick's Chief Medical Officer of Health Jennifer Russell says there's nothing to be alarmed about.

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Shediac Market update

Maxime Gauvin is with The Really Local Harvest / La Récolte de Chez Nous and manages the Shediac market.

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Are hospitals too noisy for patients?

Our medical columnist Dr. Raj Bhardwaj talks about how hospital noise can make it harder to recover -- and what can be done about it.

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2018 National Baseball Championships for players 17 and under

Mike Doucette is a volunteer at the event and one of the organizers of the National Baseball Championship for players 17 and under.

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Bob Osborne - Gardening

Bob Osborne of Corn Hill Nursery shares another edition of Corn Hill Chronicles and answers some gardening questions from our listeners.

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The effect of cannabis on Atholville

As a part of our CBC series called Transformation, CBC reporter Tori Weldon looks at how cannabis producer Zenabis is affecting this small community in Northern New Brunswick.

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The Elsipogtog First Nation community is offering tours for visitors

Joseph Gary Augustine, senior basket maker and tour guide at Elsipogtog describes how people can come and visit the community and learn about its traditional cultural practices.

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Canadian privacy laws have not kept pace with technology

UNB law professor Hilary Young reacts to news that malls use facial recognition software to track customers.

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Speed networking event trying to earn a spot in the Guinness Book of World Records

Jennifer Henry, board member with Hub City Young Professionals explains how they will try to claim a spot in the Guinness Book of World Records for the number of people speed networking at one time. The event will happen at the Moncton Coliseum on October 3rd.

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Studying the Cobblestone Tiger Beetles

John Klymko, Zoologist at Atlantic Canada Conservation Data Centre is doing reseach on cobblestone tiger beetles on the shorelines of Grand Lake.

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Anglophone East school district will add 10 more portables to schools this fall

Greg Ingersoll, superintendant for Anglophone East school district says they have no choice if they want to accomodate the growing student population.

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Celine Augustine's family remember her

James and Noella Augustine of Elsipogtog speak with CBC Reporter Tori Weldon.

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Blue flagged Aboiteau Beach in Cap-Pelé is seeing a significant increase in visits this year.

Lilianne LeBlanc, recreation director with the village of Cap-Pelé speaks with the CBC's Maeve McFadden.

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2018 New Brunswick Indian Summer Games in Esgenoopetitj, formerly Burnt Church

CBC's Yasmine Hassan speaks with Calvin Simonson,Chairman of Aboriginal Sport and Recreation, New Brunswick and with Mary Sillaboy of Esgenoopetitj , co- organizer of this year's Games. The games wrap up on August 3rd.

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Hand, Foot, and Mouth Disease

Dr. Raj Bhardwaj is a family physician, and urgent care doctor in Calgary, and our regular medical columnist.

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Friends of St-Patrick's Family Centre are not giving up.

Supporter Mélanie Côté explains how people are getting organized to try and save the community centre.

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Moncton YMCA is expanding in the city's north end

Zane Korytko, President and CEO of the Greater Moncton YMCA along with north end resident Jeffrey Reath are cheering the announcement after nearly 20 years of work and lobbying.

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Blue Green Algae is a growing problem around the world and Moncton is no exception.

Janice Lawrence, Associate Professor of Biology at The University of New Brunswick.

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Labour gap closing between Indigenous and non-indigenous people in Atlantic Canada

Fred Bergman APEC's Senior Policy Analyst says if that gap were closed, Indigenous people and businesses could double their contribution to the region's economy

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Bob Osbourne - Gardening

Bob Osborne of Corn Hill Nurseries shares another edition of Corn Hill Chronicles and some gardening tips

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RCMP work to ease concerns in one Moncton Neighbourhood

The Codiac RCMP held a barbecue in Sumner Park over the weekend to give back to the community and help ease safety concerns

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Frosty orchards

The CBC's Maeve McFadden visited La Fleur du Pommier orchard in Cocagne to find out just how bad the damage from the late frosts of June have been on crops.

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"Disposing Sanity: Life After The Psych Unit"

We speak with Chris Grant of the Pabineau First Nation about his new art exhibit which depicts his struggles with mental health issues and addiction.

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National speed skating event held in Dieppe

Director Chris Gauthier tells us how young speed skaters from the area are benefiting from the first annual Codiac Cyclones Short Track Speed Skating event in Dieppe.

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Labour and social justice groups want Moncton to consider a public water system

The CBC's Yasmine Hassan speaks with Darcy Barker, the chair of the coalition for Public Water in Moncton. The group's has launched a campaign to encourage the city to take over management of its treatment plant when the current contract with a private firm expires next year.

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Getting to the downtown centre

Three Moncton-based sports podcasters weigh in on transportation and parking issues for the new downtown centre. They've even taken a road trip to other Canadian arenas to see how they compare.

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Moncton community group in search of new home

Natalie Noel started Full Bellys in 2013 and has helped hundreds of people with everything from a hot meal to a warm coat to a piece of medical equipment. The group is now looking for a location in downtown Moncton so it can help more people.

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Procedure and privacy issues

Mount Allison University political scientist Mario Levesque provides some perspective after an investigation revealed a complaint against the Speaker of the New Brunswick legislature Chris Collins was "founded in part."

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Wide open provincial borders

The Executive Director of the Canadian Constitution Foundation says there should be no restrictions on alcohol flowing over provincial borders at all, and an announcement made by the Canadian Premiers last week changes little. This is a longer version of the interview which went to air.

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Protect your peepers

Medical colunist Dr. Raj Bhardwaj talks about eye injuries, how to prevent them, and what to do if you get something in your eye.

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