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Suri Pafford is a grade 8 student at Quispamsis Middle School. She and her mom and coach Chris Peters will be heading for Ireland next month as Suri competes in the Esker Cup.
Victoria Woods, the supported independent living co-ordinator with L'Arche Saint John, discusses the creation of four new supported living units in Saint John for people living with intellectual disabilities.
Saint John City Manager John Collin tells says the majority of city employees will work longer days from Monday to Thursday starting Oct.17. He explains the rationale and what impact this will have on public services.
Donna Linton, the co-ordinator of the Volunteer Centre of Charlotte County, says officials need to act fast to support a growing number of people living rough in the St. Stephen area.
Our health columnist, Dr. Mike Simon, talks about the importance of the pneumonia vaccine for seniors.
Saint John councillors took a step toward changing how housing development works in the city by asking the city manager to figure out a plan for a new municipal housing entity. Joanna Killen was one of the councillors behind the motion. Joann
Louise Comeau, director of climate change and energy solutions at the Conservation Council of New Brunswick, says we can no longer avoid climate change. So what do we do now to protect people from storms like Fiona?
Kendall Kadatz, president of Future St. Stephen, hopes to help a new community working group on homelessness to find its feet because they've been seeing an uptick on the number of people sleeping rough in St. Stephen. Then we hear from Xander
New Brunswick Public Safety Minister Bill Hogan discusses the damage left in Fiona's wake and the province's new disaster financial aid program.
Claire Goodwin, a research scientist at the Huntsman Marine Science Centre in St. Andrews, walks us through her marine expedition to study Atlantic Canadian invertebrate species.
The CBC's Steven Webb spoke with Todd Watts and Hank Scarth of Hawk Watch, a program that gathers data on the migration numbers of hawks and other raptors, about their work and why Greenlaw Mountain is the perfect location to observe the birds
Overcoming addiction is a battle at the best of times, but women face unique challenges tied to stigma, trauma and motherhood. Dr. Nancy Poole's work is focused on overcoming those challenges. She's Director of the Centre of Excellence for Wome
Port City rocker and record label founder Corey Bonnevie has evolved into a true team effort with a little bit of help from his friends. Our music columnist Peter Rowan is here to talk about Bonnevie and the latest release by Doctor Mother Fath
The province is updating its climate action plan and underscoring urgency. Host Julia Wright speaks with Louise Comeau from the Conservation Council of New Brunswick about what's promising and still a worry here in New Brunswick.
A new survey indicates an alarming trend for mental wellbeing of young people in the province. The New Brunswick Health Council says anxiety and depression is on the rise. CEO Stéphane Robichaud speaks with us about the findings.
We're going to see a lot more activity at Fundy Quay in the coming weeks as construction is getting underway. Brent McGovern with the City of Saint John has all the details.
O'Leary's open mic founder, Brent Mason, joins us to reflect on what's changed and what hasn't over three decades.
Brain fog is something more and more people are encountering after a COVID-19 infection. Our health columnist, Dr. Mike Simon, discusses diagnosis and treatment.
Mike McCoy, a developer and property owner in Saint John, offers his thoughts on talk around the city council horseshoe about attaching deadlines to construction projects. Then, we hear from Paulette Hicks, CEO of the regional growth agency, En
The CBC's Megan MacAlpine has the story of a Saint John pilot program that is proving to be a gamechanger for people with the progressive lung disease.
With a number of approved projects seemingly stalled, Saint John city council is considering instituting deadlines for developers to complete construction. We spoke with Couns. Gary Sullivan and Gerry Lowe about the possibility of sunset clause
Our chat with Florentine "Monty" Johnston, who celebrated her 105th birthday at Chateau de Champlain in Saint John on Friday. She may be 105, but she says she only feels 50 or 60.
New Brunswick athlete Emily Rodger won national and international cycling titles. Her cycling career was derailed, twice, by near-fatal collisions. On her journey to overcome injury, she learned about resilience and slowing down. Saint John fil
The federal government's attempts to reduce the overrepresentation of Indigenous women in prison have backfired, according to one Canadian senator. Kim Pate speaks with host Julia Wright about why the reforms are failing.
New Brunswick has the country's third highest rate of antipsychotic use without a diagnosis of psychosis in nursing homes. The CEO of the New Brunswick Association of Nursing Homes explains why the numbers are so high.
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