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Ian Livingstone is one of the founders of Moondrip Collective.
Gordie Tufts of Backstreet Records hand-selected our playlist today. Red Brother, Red Sister by Bruce Cockburn, In The Garden by Van Morrison, Morning Fog by Kate Bush, Bring Me A Rose by Jenn Grant and Tangled Up in Blue by Bob Dylan.
Jean Surette is the executive director of Music New Brunswick.
Chief Barry LaBillois is the president and chief of the New Brunswick Aboriginal Peoples Council
Saint John native, Richard Stevens is driving to Saint John from Halifax to see his mother for the first time in more than 16 months.
The town of Grand Bay-Westfield is one of several NB municipalities to cancel traditional Canada Day celebrations. Instead, the town has invited Gary Gould to share some history about the Wolastoqi in the area.
Cecelia Brooks on plants and their medicinal uses.
Maine State Senate President Troy Jackson was the sponsor of a bill in Maine that would have banned the use of aerial spraying in that state.
Sarah Ainsworth, Carolyn Trecartin and Krista Raynard would all like to see midwifery services expanded in the province.
Jim Landry is the executive director of Landscape New Brunswick.
The CBC's Rachel Cave looked into the life of a 13 year-old New Brunswick boy who was under the care and custody of the Minister of Social Development.
Alex Ash of Chroma New Brunswick choose some tracks to share with us. Rina Mushonga with Atalanta Dumpster Cub featuring Denmother with Ocean song Jeremy Dutcher with Ultestakon Beverly Glenn-Copeland with Color of Anyhow Tegan and Sara with N
We talk to the mayor of Saint John, Donna Reardon about the cancelled Canada Day celebrations in the city. The festivities were cancelled in solidarity with Indigenous communities across the country, in light of the discovery of more unmarked g
A new headstone was unveiled to mark the grave of one of New Brunswick's pioneering lawyers and civil rights leaders, Abraham Beverly Walker. Damon Levine is with PRUDE Incorporated, it spearheaded fundraising efforts for the monument.
Cynthia Cui is New Brunswick's Grade 12 competitor in the National Online Scholastic Chess Championship. Magnus Justason will be playing for Grade 3 and his mom, Victoria Pedersen organized the event in St. Andrews this weekend, to bring the Ne
Erin Crandall is a political scientist and associate professor in the Department of Politics at Acadia University.
Senator-designate Jim Quinn led the Saint John Port Authority for more than a decade and now, he's off to influence federal policy in the Upper Chamber.
Jane McCulloch is our guide to the outdoors.
Dr. Joanne Langley, co-lead of the federal COVID-19 Vaccine Task Force joins us with the latest on vaccine mixing and matching.
Carol Alderdice is the president and CEO of the Tourism Industry Association of New Brunswick.
Saint John's celebration of multiculturalism happens this Sunday. Newcomer Settlement Advisor with the Saint John Newcomers Centre, Lina Gharbiya joins us with the details.
New Brunswick author Beth Powning on her new book, The Sister's Tale.
Saint John native, Hannah Wallace is a PhD candidate and future virologist at Memorial University of Newfoundland.
Elder , George Paul from Metapenagiag First Nation on his creation of the Honour song.
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