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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Solar probe set to embark on perilous journey to the sun

Humanity's first mission to touch the sun thrills NASA scientists.

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Salesperson of the year

Digging through archives in Saskatchewan, host Connie Walker makes a shocking discovery.

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How to tell the perfect lie

Oriana can't lie and it's hurting those closest to her.

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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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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 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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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Safety concern in the Elgin area

Elgin's Fire Chief, Kent Steeves, believes a cell phone tower for Albert County is needed for the safety of residents and visitors.

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Expanding cellular service coverage?

MP Alaina Lockhart tells us what Ottawa can do to help improve cell service in rural areas, where first responders say better coverage is needed.

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Potential shortfall for the new Moncton events centre

The city of Moncton now has the keys to the new downtown centre but the CBC's Shane Magee has learned that that the city and Downtown Moncton are still in negotiations about how the organization will pay its share of the operation costs.

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Looser restrictions on alcohol

The president of the New Brunswick Craft Alcohol Producers Association joins us to talk about the new rules surrounding the movement of beer, wine and spirits from one province to another.

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Why did the frog cross the road?

Kouchibouguac National Park is in year two of a study that looks at how underpasses are preventing thousands of amphibian deaths.

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Possible parking solutions

Stephane Legacy, Vice President of Outpatient and Professional Services at Vitalite Health Network, tells us about a possible long term plan for the parking issue at the Dr. George L. Dumont Hospital in Moncton.

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Another hospital visit gone wrong

CBC's Catherine Harrop talks with a Grand Falls man who suffered a bed sore while in the care of the Chalmers Regional Hospital in Fredericton

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Boys & Girls Club offers artistic outlets

Rebecca Campbell, director of communications and resource development at The Boys and Girls Club of Moncton, tells us about a new program that is helping the many young people who are struggling with a diagnosed mental health condition

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Still searching for answers

Lola Chiasson Hawkins' stage four bedsore is getting better, but her son is still looking for someone to take responsibility.

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New traffic lights needed or not?

With a new pool and parking lot going in at Centennial Park, one resident on Dickson Boulevard is worried about an increase in traffic and wondering about the possibility of new traffic lights on St. George Boulevard.

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Do you have a favourite tree?

Tracy Glynn of the New Brunswick Conservation Council tells us about a new take on an old book: The Great Trees of New Brunswick

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Accessible tourism

The CBC's Kate Letterick takes us to the Hopewell Rocks, where people with mobility issues are now able to get to beach level with the aid of a new ramp

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Big items on the agenda

Moncton Coun. Paulette Theriault and deputy mayor Greg Turner update us on a new pool for the East End Youth Centre and the future of St. Pat's Family Centre

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Don't Forget You're Irish

A new exhibition by Bathurst artist Sharon Olscamp explores how memories helps us capture our cultural identiity

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Bob Osborne - Gardening

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

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What can we do?

We hear from a member of a citizens group trying to save St Pat's Family Centre in Moncton.

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Parking issues for cancer patients

Janice LeBlanc says getting her father to his appointments at the George Dumont Hospital is more difficult since a research centre was built where a parking lot used to be.

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FIFA final fever

Thomas Raffy and Nick Landry are back to tee up Sunday's final in FIFA World Cup soccer.

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Bedsores should be "rare event"

Corinne McIsaac, an expert in wound care, says doctors and nurses need better training when it comes to caring for bed sores.

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If a pool is built in the forest ...

Dan Hicks, the director of parks and leisure services in Moncton, gives us an update on the Centennial Park Pool complex.

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Caraquet senior develops bedsore to the bone in hospital

The family of a woman who went into hospital for hip surgery wonders how a bedsore got so bad.

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Pow-wow season in New Brunswick

Tristan Grant says you should visit the pow-wow this weekend in his community of Pabineau First Nation

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How many hours do you work per week?

Spending more time working is linked to an increased risk of developing diabetes for women. Dr. Raj Bhardwaj will explain why that might be the case.

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St Patrick's Family Centre closure

The St Patrick's Family Centre no longer has enough money to continue to operate. Spokesperon Brock Gallant joins us to talk about the decision to close the centre.

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Winning medals and making history

Moncton wheelchair athlete Jacob LeBlanc and his coach join Jonna to talk about his performance at the Canadian Track and Field Championships.

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The problem with Aberdeen Park

René Légère, executive director of the Aberdeen Cultural Centre, explains his concerns about the city-owned park and why he welcomes plans for new security measures.

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Improving security in Aberdeen Park

Moncton city councillor Paulette Theriault and Debby Warren, executive director of Ensemble, tell us what they think of the city's planned changes to Aberdeen Park.

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Bob Osborne - Gardening

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

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NB represents!

Two Moncton athletes, Genevieve Lalonde and Chris Robertson, tell us about their stellar performances at the Canadian Track and Field Championships

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Legal fees climb in dispute over public service pension changes

Mount Allison political scientist Mario Levesque shares his perspective on the dispute over public service pension changes in New Brunswick.

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Out on the street

Reporter Tori Weldon talks to people about the loss of the YMCA ReConnect drop-in centre for people struggling with poverty and homelessness in Moncton.

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Three healthy tiger cubs

Jill Marvin, the Director of the Magnetic Hill Zoo, tells us about about the three young tiger cubs venturing out of their den for the first time.

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Tragedy strikes the Blackville area again

CBC's Catherine Harrop spoke with members of the community in Blackville following this week's fatal rafting accident.

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How to protect your bicycle from would-be thieves

We hear about an interactive map created by a Moncton man that tracks stolen bikes and get some tips from a bike shop owner.

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Art on the move

Owner Nausika Breau talks to us about moving the Apple Art Gallery to a new location on St. George Street and its first exhibit.

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Environmentally friendly burials

Hanna Longard studies biology and philosophy at Mount Allison University in Sackville.

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End of lobster and snow crab fishing season

CBC reporter Gabrielle Fahmy talks about the tumultuous season fishermen of northern New Brunswick faced as they tried to protect the endangered North Atlantic right whale.

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Pops NB concert with special guest iTromboni

Jim Tranquilla of iTromboni explains how they will join musicians with the Sistema New Brunswick Children's Orchestra, the Moncton Youth Orchestra and the New Brunswick Youth Orchestra for the POPS NB concert on July 2 between 6 and 10 pm at Moncton's Riverfront Park.

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New pool for Moncton's east end one step closer to reality

The province announced a $500,000 contribution for the pool on Wednesday, but another $700,000 is still needed. The CBC's Kate Letterick spoke with the executive director of the centre, Pikey French, Moncton councillor Shawn Crossman and Mayor Dawn Arnold.

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Sackville's Performers' Theatre Company presents On Golden Pond

Stephen Puddle and Susan Amos are with Performers' Theatre Company in Sackville.On Golden Pond will be performed between July 3rd and 8th.

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Truckers weigh in on driver shortage in Canada

CBC reporter Rachel Cave talks to truckers following her story on the shortage of drivers in the industry.

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Pierre Battah's 2018 Summer Reading List

Pierre Battah is our workplace issues specialist.

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Some people don't use their Epi-Pens when they should

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

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A new, while-you-wait, test for AIDS

Debby Warren, executive director at AIDS Moncton explains how the testing works.

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18 year old Syrian refugee keeps on learning

Since his arrival in Canada in 2016, Yasser Al Asimi has learned English and French and he has been awarded the Romeo LeBlanc scholarship at L'Université de Moncton.

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EZ ECO - a pop up business to help save the environment

Shawna Berthe of Moncton is the owner of the pop up business - EZ ECO

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Losing your church to fire

Reporter Gabrielle Fahmy was in Bas-Caraquet and spoke with people of the dismayed community.

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No rainbow crosswalks for Moncton

With a vote ending in a tie, staff recommendations of painting crossings in white will be followed.

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New Brunswick Acadian Society is concerned with the future of bilingualism.

Robert Melanson is the new president of the Société de l'Acadie du Nouveau-Brunswick.

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From hockey player to wheelchair athlete

James Brace is a wheelchair athlete who competes in javelin, shot put and discus. His coach Steve LeBlanc says Brace is 'knocking on the door' for a chance to compete at the Paralympic Games.

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Bob Osborne - Gardening

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

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Retiring from a teaching career

With the end of the school year comes the end of a career for Moncton teacher Angela Williams.

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Fire destroys Bas-Caraquet church

Gilbert Blanchard of Bas-Caraquet is the chair of the church's finance committee.

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From San Francisco to Moncton

Michelle and Vincent Merola live in Moncton - they arrived from San Francisco last month and are still waiting for their belongings to arrive.

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Miramichi runner going to 2018 IAAF World U20 Championships

Runner Laura Dickinson of Miramichi speaks with the CBC's Phil Drost. Dickinson will compete for Team Canada in the 3000m steeplechase event at the 2018 World U20 Championships in July in Finland.

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Middle school teacher reflects on his first year in the classroom

Stuart Murray of Riverview Middle School talks about his first year as a teacher.

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New Brunswick's commissioner of official languages has issued her final report

Katherine D'Entremont is commissioner of Official Languages in New Brunswick. She will be retiring on July 22nd, after 37 years in public service.

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Petitcodiac doll museum

91-year-old Lena Clarke is looking for someone to take over her doll museum in Petitcodiac.

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Elsipogtog First Nation has new hope there will be justice for Brady Francis

Reporter Gabrielle Fahmy went to Elsipogtog to speak with friends and family of the young man.

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Moncton proposed plan to improve the downtown

Jim Scott of Trace Planning & Design speaks to Moncton city council about the new development plan proposed for the downtown core.

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Moncton student overcomes challenges to graduate

Paul Nugent will graduate from the Moncton campus of the New Brunswick Community College with a diploma in Human Resources Management today despite his deteriorating vision that almost forced him to quit the program after Christmas.

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How is arthritis linked to heart disease?

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

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"Bringing Back Broadway - A glamourous musical revue"

Heart and double lung transplant recipient Mark Black along with his daughter Emma talk about the musical in support of organ donation and transplant awareness in New Brunswick. They will be performing at the Capitol Theatre on June 20,21 and 22 at 7:30

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Parlee Beach update

Health Minister Benoit Bourque defends what the province has done, and is doing, to address ongoing water quality issues at the province's most popular beach.

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Moncton East Youth Centre pool still on hold.

Moncton City councillors Shawn Crossman and Paul Pellerin talk about why the east end pool is still on hold while council awarded the tender for construction of the new Centennial Beach last night.

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Bob Osborne - Gardening

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

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Acadian artist and poet Guy Arsenault exhibition: Saynètes dans la picture window

Artist and curator Maryse Arseneault speaks about the exhibition featuring her father's work that can be seen at Galerie d'art Louise-et-Reuben-Cohen at Université de Moncton until September 25.

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Is chocolate milk better than no milk for your kids?

Jennifer Taylor, professor of applied human sciences in nutrition at the University of Prince Edward Island shares her thoughts on New Brunswick's decision to ban the sale of chocolate milk and juice at school.

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Preventing financial elder abuse

Rick Hancox is CEO of the Financial and Consumer Services Commission.

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Lobster Council of Canada urges federal government to listen to fishermen

eoff Irvine is the executive director of the Lobster Council of Canada.

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Soccer Talk with Tom & Nick

Today is opening day of the FIFA World Cup Russia. Jonna is joined by Thomas Raffy and Nick Landry of Moncton, the creators and voices behind the podcast Soccer Talk with Tom & Nick.

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Moncton economist says New Brunswick has a spending problem

Richard Saillant is an economist and author in Moncton.

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Potential long-term effects of tonsillectomy

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

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Daughter donates life-saving gift to father

Lindsay Murray of Sackville, NB is giving her father the gift of life. She's agreed to give him one of her kidneys.

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Lobster fishermen hold emergency meeting

300 lobster fishermen in New Brunswick gathered for an emergency meeting Tuesday night in Sainte-Marie Saint-Raphael on the Acadian Peninsula. They're worried about their livelihoods after the latest orders to close fishing areas.

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Construction of East End pool delayed again

Pikey French, director of the Moncton East Youth Centre reacts to another delay in the construction of a new pool for her youth centre.

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Shediac market returns

Maxime Gauvin, executive director of Really Local Harvest explains how they will be running the new Shediac Market at the Park. The market opens this Sunday ( June 17 from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.) and will be open each Sunday until September.

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NB's education minister on immersion and improved test scores

Brian Kenny is New Brunswick's minister of education and early childhood development.

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Bob Osborne - Gardening

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

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WhaleMap to track North Atlantic right whales

Hansen Johnson is a PhD student in Oceanography at Dalhousie University. He developed the WhaleMap that can be found at: whalemap.ocean.dal.ca

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Menopause

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

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Solving the Downsizing Dilemma

Kim Eagles of Moncton is the author of a new book called Solving the Downsizing Dilemma: PS Your Kids Don't Want All Your Stuff

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BioBlitz at Mill Creek Nature Park

Isaac Acker, grade 11 student at Riverview High School and Daniel Delong, chair of Friends of Mill Creek dropped by to talk about the BioBlitz happening at Mill Creek Nature Park this Saturday.

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Did Grade 3 entry point for immersion help?

George Daley, president of the New Brunswick teachers association reacts to a set of glowing marks from national tests.

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Addressing childhood obesity

Sara Kirk, professor of Health Promotion at Dalhousie University says there are many factors which have to be addressed beyond diet.

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Frost damage for fruit producers

Blueberry farmer Tom Trueman of Aulac and Magnetic Hill Winery co-owner Zach Everett describe how their crops were damaged by the spring frost.

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Indigenous youth connecting with culture

Mi'kmaq rapper Tristan Grant talks about his experiences off and on reserve.

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Town of Riverview preparing for road construction

Michel Ouellet, Riverview's director of engineering and public works explains why they are fast-forwarding a road construction project at its busiest intersection.

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Greater Moncton Community Report Card

John Wishart, chief executive officer of the Greater Moncton Chamber of Commerce talks about some of the results from the survey of 503 Greater Moncton residents.

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Healing program for Indigenous youth

The CBC's Dave Bartlett tells us about a new program for off-reserve Indigenous youth, run by the John Howard Society in Moncton.

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Crosswalk confusion

Charles MacDougall of the Greater Moncton River of Pride organization thinks the province is confusing people with its mixed messages concerning rainbow crosswalks.

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Meet the "mural doctor"

CBC reporter Kate Letterick speaks with artist Fred Harrison as he paints a historical scene on the Foodland Building in Petitcodiac.

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Moncton High School may use former MHS auditorium for large school gatherings

Moncton High principal Mike Belong says talks are ongoing to see if they could use the 1200 seat auditorium at the former school once renovations are completed.

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Bob Osborne - Gardening

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

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Moncton teen first to graduate from Sistema NB program

Piade Cliff Nzombato, along with her mother Jeannette Kowo Nzombato dropped by our studio to talk about how Sistema NB and the youth orchestras have enabled a strong foundation for Piade as she moves forward with her education.

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From castle to condos

Moncton developer Jay Tse says Castle Manor is the most challenging and rewarding project he's ever worked on, but he wouldn’t have it any other way.

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NB to spend $4-million on former Moncton High School theatre

Dennis Cochrane, president of MH Renaissance and Jean Surette, executive director of Music New Brunswick are both happy to see the theatre preserved as a community arts centre.

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Should surrogates and sperm and egg donors be paid in Canada?

Carolynn Dube, executive director of Fertility Matters Canada thinks it is time to change laws in Canada that prevent surrogates and sperm and egg donors from being paid.

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Mount Allison University fine arts students exhibit work at Fundy park

Karen Stentaford, lecturer at Mount Allison University and art student Adrian Kiva talk about the project they have prepared through the winter.

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Future of Shediac Park Market uncertain

The town of Shediac is looking for a new operator for the Shediac Park Market after a Stepping Stone Productions terminated its agreement with the town. Susan Jardine is an artist and vendor at the summer market.

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On the lookout for North Atlantic right whales

Jean-François Gosselin, biologist with DFO's pelagic and ecosystem science branch explains the different methods being used to observe right whale migration.

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“Phoenix payroll system was not ready to go”

Colleen Coffey, regional executive vice-president of the Public Service Alliance of Canada, the union representing federal employees reacts to the Auditor General’s report on the Phoenix payroll system.

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Dealing with vertigo

Dr. Raj Bhardwaj is an urgent care doctor and family physician in Calgary. You can hear him every Wednesday at 6:40 am on Information Morning Moncton.

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Something smells at Parlee Beach, according to some cottage owners.

Brenda Ryan is a third generation cottage owner at Parlee Beach and a member of the Red Dot Association of Shediac Bay, an environmental group opposed to development.

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Forensic anthropologist from Moncton helps identify remains of WWI soldier

Sarah Lockyer is a forensic anthropologist and the Casualty Identification Coordinator at the Department of National Defence. She was part of the team that identified the remains of Private John (Jack) Henry Thomas, of Birch Ridge, New Brunswick, whose remains were discovered in Lens, France in August, 2016.

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“Road diet” for upper Mountain Road

Moncton city engineer Alcide Richard explains how 2.5 km of Mountain Rd. will be transformed from four lanes to three, with a bike lane on each side.

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Parlee Beach upgrading sewer system

CBC reporter Gabrielle Fahmy describes how internal emails, obtained through right to information show that sewage from the park's restaurants and washrooms was leaking and most likely affecting water quality at the beach.

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Ellen’s Law - one year later

Michel Desjardins, cyclist and president of the board of La Bikery in Moncton along with Karl Stoetereau, a driving instructor with Young Drivers of Canada in Moncton join Vanessa to discuss the effectiveness of Ellen’s Law one year after it’s enactment.

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Immigration series - Grace Gao

Grace Gao moved from China to Moncton just over a year ago without knowing a single person here.

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New Brunswick actor Robert Maillet in Deadpool 2

The seven-foot-tall actor and former wrestler from Ste-Marie-de-Kent talks about his role as "Sluggo", a mutant mercenary in the Marvel Comics movie Deadpool 2.

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Rift in Liberal party over Chris Collins case

Eight Liberals in Moncton Centre have quit over the way the premier handled an allegation of harassment against Chris Collins, including riding association president Audrey Lampert. We hear from her, along with political scientist Mario Levesque.

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Immigration series - Gelena Devedjinejad

Gelena Devedjinejad came to Moncton as a refugee from Turkmenistan in 2007.

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State of the old Smurfit-Stone paper mill site in Bathurst frustrates city

Bathurst Mayor Paolo Fongemie says the province has a responsibility to get things going with the clean-up.

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Immigration series - Susy Campos

Susy Campos immigrated to Canada from Nicaragua when she was 12 years old.

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European ticks crawling through New Brunswick

Vett Lloyd, biology professor at Mount Allison University says European ticks appear to be increasing. The ticks can carry European pathogens that can cause a slightly different type of Lyme disease.

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Immigration series - Choreographer Igor Dobrovolskiy

Igor Dobrovolskiy, co-founder and choreographer of the Atlantic Ballet Theatre of Canada wants to share that feeling of "being out of context" through his new ballet Alien.

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What should you do if your personal financial information is compromised.

Our personal finance watcher Dan Noel says changing your passwords should be one of the first things you do as soon as you know your personal financial information has been compromised.

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Moncton's transportation plan for downtown events.

Moncton city councillors Bryan Butler and Greg Turner dropped by our studios this morning to talk about the city of Moncton's transportation plan for downtown events.

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Doreen Henderson's royal wedding story

90-year-old Doreen Henderson of Sackville booked a last minute trip to London in 1981 with her best friend to see Prince Charles and Diana Spencer get married.

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Atlantic Immigration Summit

Susan Chalmers-Gauvin, co-founder and CEO of the Atlantic Ballet Theatre of Canada talks about The Atlantic Immigration Summit this week in Moncton.

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Where does your curbside junk end up?

Gena Alderson, Waste Diversion Coordinator with Southeast ECO 360 explains how garbage is handled during the busy spring cleanup season.

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Moncton fundraising for new downtown centre and plaza

Mayor Dawn Arnold explains why the city is hoping to raise $5-million in donations for the new downtown entertainment centre and plaza.

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No buzz in the boxes

Beekeepers in the province are seeing high losses this spring. Moncton area beekeeper Paul Vautour says he lost 80 percent of his hives.

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Program mixes private and public education for struggling students

Rebecca Halliday, director of Riverbend Community School in Moncton talks about her new program that combines private and public education for students with special needs.

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Artists weave Indigenous and early western European music together

The CBC's Jonna Brewer learns about a unique collaboration between Indigenous and non-Indigenous musicians and scholars at Mount Allison University in Sackville.

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Riverside-Albert partners with the Nature Conservancy of Canada to protect old Acadian forest and the village's water supply.

Denise Roy of the Nature Conservancy of Canada explains how a partnership with the village will conserve one of the last remaining pieces of old Acadian forest in the Maritimes, while at the same time protecting the water supply for the people of Riverside-Albert.

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Moncton’s Thomas Williams House

James Upham of Resurgo Place invites people to Thomas Williams House for the quintessential Victorian experience in Moncton.

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Climate change threatens link between New Brunswick and Nova Scotia.

Cumberland-Colchester MP Bill Casey talks about an upcoming study that will explore viable options to preserve the Isthmus of Chignecto, which is a critical trade corridor between New Brunswick and Nova Scotia.

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