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The province announced a slate of new tenant protections, but the rent cap desired by many wasn't on the list. We hear a little of Minister Jill Green's interview with reporters yesterday before turning to tenants rights advocate Nichola Taylor, who thinks the province is not listening to tenants.
Daniel Allain is the minister of local government.
Vanessa Vander Valk spoke with Joan Kingston, chairperson of Fredericton's Community Action Group on Homelessness, about how the group is preparing for winter.
Brunswick Seventh-Day Adventist Church November 19, 2022 This week’s message: The Gathered Church. This week TJ and Nathan pick up their series originating in Isaiah 58 with a teaching that focuses on the implications for our weekly gathering (and more) from what we’ve been learning from Scripture. —Nathan Next week: The Good Samaritan http://www.b…
On this month’s episode Phil talks with Brunswick School Department’s Technology Integrators; Ashley LaCroix (Kate Furbish Elementary School), Janice Rodriguez (Harriet Beecher Stowe Elementary School), Michelle Russo (Brunswick Junior High), and Dan Dearing (Brunswick High School) about how they teach about Media Literacy to students at various gr…
The CBC's Jacques Poitras spoke with Minister of Local Government Daniel Allain about his "non-negotiable" stance on bilingualism.
The top francophone cabinet minister in Premier Blaine Higgs's government has drawn a line in the sand on what changes he's willing to accept on official bilingualism. Daniel Allain spoke with provincial affairs reporter Jacques Poitras.
The last day to vote for local governments is Monday. So far, voter turnout has been low. Chief Electoral Officer Kim Poffenroth encourages those who have local elections to get out and vote. For more information. you can dial 1-888-858-8683.
Corporal Hans Ouellette is with New Brunswick RCMP.
Nichola Taylor is the chair of ACORN New Brunswick, an organization working to improve tenant rights.
The last day to vote for local governments is on Monday. So far, voter turnout has been low. Vanessa Vander Valk spoke with Chief Electoral Officer Kim Poffenroth about the low numbers.
Bruce Fitch is New Brunswick's health minister.
Dorothy Shephard is NB's social development minister.
Barry Morrison, head coach of UNB men's soccer team, is in Qatar watching the world cup. He joined Jeanne Armstrong to talk about what it was like to watch the Canada vs. Belgium game in the stadium.
Thomas Raffy and Nick Landry are former hosts of the podcast Soccer Talk with Tom & Nick.
Donnie Mcphee, coordinator of the National Tree Seed Center's Indigenous Seed Collection Program, visited over 40 Indigenous communities across the country collecting seeds, and showing others how to preserve them. He spoke to Jeanne Armstrong about his 17-thousand kilometer journey.
Music columnist Tristan Grant spoke with Fredericton-based band Motherhood. The band shared stories from the road and talked about the music video for their song Shuttered Down.
Saint John Council is looking at significant tax adjustments for residents, commercial properties and industry. Finance committee chair, Coun. Gary Sullivan, speaks with Julia Wright about the details being recommended to council. David Duplisea, CEO of the SJ Region Chamber of Commerce, then shares his thoughts.…
Tuesday morning emergency crews in Moncton were called to the public bathroom outside City Hall, where a homeless man was found dead. The CBCs Vanessa Blanch joined Jeanne Armstrong to talk about the tragic event and what it says about Moncton's need for additional shelter space.
Our parenting columnist Alison Smith has some advice to help parents and children set body boundaries.
Dawn Arnold is the mayor of Moncton. Dorothy Shephard is New Brunswick's minister of social development.
Vanessa Blanch is a reporter with CBC New Brunswick.
Small communities are teaming up with the Department of Justice and Public Safety to form integrated policing units to fight against trafficking and the spread of illegal drugs. Woodstock Mayor Art Slipp told Jeanne Armstrong what he hopes will come from the initiative.
From riding Clydesdales at her grandfather's farm as a little girl to competing at the world barrel racing championships in Georgia, Norton's Danielle Smith and her horse, Ginger have had quite the career. She speaks with host Julia Wright about that career and why every second counts in the world of competitive barrel racing.…
Nine-year-old Emaya Caines stars in a leading role for the newly adapted Miracle on 34th Street. We hear from Emaya and director Bob Doherty on the morning of opening night at Imperial Theatre.
At least one government will require all Hockey Canada athletes, coaches and staff to sign anti-harassment policies.
The World Junior hockey tournament will begin in Halifax and Moncton in just over a month. Investigative reporter Karissa Donkin gave Jeanne Armstrong a look at requirements some governments are putting in place, following months of criticism of Hockey Canada.
Medical columnist Dr. Raj Bhardwaj explains why cough symptoms linger for so long, and what you can do about them.
Bill Pope talked to Jeanne Armstrong about a mysterious photo of two New Brunswickers he took over 50 years ago. Now he's trying to find out who they were.
In Vancouver 51 years ago, a young photographer named Bill Pope snapped a photo of two New Brunswickers - that still captures his imagination all these years later. He's trying to find out who they were all these years later, he tells host Julia Write about about the mystery couple who were trying to get home.…
Tim Yerxa gave Jeanne Armstrong a look at some upcoming holiday shows at the Fredericton Playhouse.
Hillary LeBlanc is an entrepreneur from Moncton and co-founder of the podcast BlackLantic. She highlights Black-owned businesses in New Brunswick for Information Morning.
Health-care experts have long argued for better sharing of cross-country health data. But patient data sharing can also be a challenge at the local level. Dr. Mike Simon joins us with tips for patients to help make sure everyone's on the same page.
Shirley Bear died on Saturday, she was a respected elder, writer, artist, and feminist from Neqotkuk, or Tobique First Nation. Terry Graff, former CEO of the Beaverbrook Art Gallery, got to know Bear while working at the gallery. He joined Jeanne Armstrong to remember Shirley Bear.
April LeBlanc is originally from Miramichi. She now lives in Doha with her husband and kids, including 13-year-old Xavier.
Seattle Times reporter Isabella Breda speaks to why Washington state officials decided not to renew Cooke Aquaculture's fish farm leases.
Damian Collins, a University of Alberta professor of human geography who specializes in housing, is the keynote speaker at this year's NB Housing Day summit in Saint John. He explains how seeing housing as a human right can shift how we approach the ongoing housing crisis.
Ryan Vickers is the host of high school quiz show Reach for the Top.
Paulette Theriault is Moncton city councillor. Kate Doyle lives in Moncton.
Kayla Breelove-Carter is a counselling therapist with a practice in Moncton.
Trevor Goodwin is the senior director of outreach services for the YMCA of Greater Moncton. Father Chris VanBuskirk is the priest and rector of St. George's Anglican Church.
Johanne Perron of the New Brunswick Coalition for Pay Equity spoke with Jeanne Armstrong about how mandating fair wages and benefits for child care workers could be part of the solution to the province's current daycare shortage.
This week, Ottawa announced its oil to heat pump affordability program. Ruth Talbot from Natural Resources Canada joined Jeanne Armstrong to talk about the new program and who it might help.
Kehkimin means "teach me" in Wolastoqey. It's also the name of a new app, and book collection to help children learn the language.
Janet Thompson-Price is a long-time volunteer with Saint John Newcomers Centre. The centre is celebrating the efforts of their volunteers with a volunteer appreciation event.
Host Julia Wright speaks with Saint Johner Ethan Nylen, who just received the prestigious Rhodes Scholarship and will be heading abroad to study at the University of Oxford next year.
It's just one week until election day for some local governments in NB. The CBC's Jordan Gill joined Jeanne Armstrong to talk about the elections happening in the Fredericton region.
Green Party leader David Coon is looking for answers surrounding the plan to bring the New Brunswick Museum back to life. Jeanne Armstrong spoke with him about his concerns.
Controversy continues to build over a new plan to bring the shuttered New Brunswick Museum back to life. Green Party Leader David Coon explains why the project needs greater public oversight.
After more than 60 years, a former NB country star is making a comeback. Jeanne Armstrong spoke to Emma Robbins about her new album.