Information Morning Moncton from CBC Radio New Brunswick (Highlights)

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Jason Sereda is the executive director of Living Space in Timmons, a shelter located near the city's downtown.
Geneviève Lalonde will be competing in the women's 3000 metre steeplechase.
Jillian Somers is the director of events and tourism with the City of Moncton.
Annette White is the curator of My Closet - 400 Hundred Years of Fashion. The exhibit runs to the end of September at the Historic Church of Barachois.
Bob Osborne is the owner of Corn Hill Nursery
Dr Raj Bhardwaj is Information Morning Moncton's House Doctor.
Chantal Poirier is the executive director of Crossroads for Women.
Lorraine Clair is organizing a walk in Elsipogtog in memory of children who died at residential schools. Ruth Levi is a band councillor in Elsipogtog and a former social worker.
Moncton's first pride picnic 40 years ago a turning point for the LGBTQ community Meredith Batt is a private records archivist at the provincial archives. Andre-Michel Richard attended the event when he was 19 years old.
Jack MacDonald is the general manager of sustainable growth and development for the City of Moncton.
CBC New Brunswick is running a series this summer featuring educators, historians, spiritual advisors and storytellers from Indigenous communities in Wabanaki territory.
Khalil Akhtar drops in to one of the last holdouts to see how it's stayed in business in Moncton more than a decade after the death of Blockbuster.
CBC reporter Sally Pitt tells us about a recent crackdown on barbecues on apartment building balconies in PEI.
The artist who maintained the giant lobster in Shediac is retiring after 25 years on the job.
Bob Osborne is the owner of Corn Hill Nursery.
Steve Ellis's father suffers from an unknown neurological disease in New Brunswick.
Roger Augustine is the Assembly of First Nations Regional Chief.
Marc Leger is president of the Fundy Hiking Trail Association
Terry Seguin speaks with members of the premier's all-party COVID-19 committee.
Karelle Guignard is a primary health care manager with the Vitalité Health Network.
Political scientist Jamie Gillies talks about travel restrictions and leadership on both sides of the New Brunswick-Nova Scotia border.
Shawn Mesheau is the mayor of Sackville. David Kogan is the mayor of Amherst.
Kayla Breelove Carter is a counselling therapist in Moncton.
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