Information Morning Moncton
Author chronicles RCMP09/11/14
Author Linda Hersey takes readers for a ride-along with her new book, Life on the Edge The Inside Story of the RCMP in Atlantic Canada.
New Brunswick drift
Why are the kids leaving New Brunswick and how do we bring them home? That's addressed by Michael Haan, an associate professor at the University of New Brunswick in Fredericton and the Canada Research Chair in Population and Social Policy.
Preparing for the worst
Planning for castastrophes. Our personal financial watcher, Dan Noel, has some tips.
Moncton Coupon Lady
Ruth Ann Swansburg tells us about the first annual Couponers Convention in Moncton September 27.
In his final column of the season, Simon Thibault explores the many flavours of mixed drinks.
Leaders debate, panel assesses
Information Morning's panel of Susan Holt, Alexis Couture and Brian Baxter weigh in on the leaders debate aired on CBC last night.
Young voters encouraged
Nicole LeBlanc talks about a campaign aimed at informing young voters on election issues and encouraging them to turn out on September 22nd.
JDI accused of special treatment
Private woodlot owners are crying foul over a move they say exempts JD Irving Ltd. from normal rules that do not allow export of crown wood.
David Coon for the Greens
Jonna's interviews with the leaders of the political parties in New Brunswick continue. This morning, David Coon, leader of the Green Party of NB.
Vox pop mixed on shale gas
CBC reporters from across the province gather some opinions on shale gas development in NB.
As we approach voting day, CBC New Brunswick is looking at some of the biggest issues facing the province. This week, we are focusing on is "Energy, Resource Development and The Economy". Jim Emberger's essay has been published this morning on...
Double the fun
Jonna talks to Jenna Morton about raising twins - and about the fall consignment sale coming up this Saturday to support the group Moncton Multiples. Here's Jenna with her family, twins Rory and Alasdair (now 18 months), daughter Clara (3 years old)...
Zone of fear
The city of Moncton is reaching out to people who live and work in and around the lock-down zone from the June 4 RCMP shootings. Laurann Hanson is with the city's human resources department.
Leadership litmus tests
Workplace issues specialist Pierre Battah looks at the leadership skills needed by election candidates and elected politicians.
Cardy for the NDP
Jonna's interviews with the leaders of the political parties in New Brunswick continue. This morning, Dominic Cardy, the leader of the New Democratic Party.
Coupon Lady returns
Moncton's Coupon Lady Ruth Ann Swansburg shares some money saving tips with Vanessa in her first column of the new season.
Austin for the Alliance
The first in our series of interviews with the leaders of the five political parties in New Brunswick. Today we hear from People's Alliance leader Kris Austin.
Political panel debates
Smaller parties are hoping for a breakthrough in this election campaign. Can they do it? Our Information Morning political watchers weigh in.
Lucien, a.k.a. Marshall Button, brings his blue collar North Shore philosophy to the provincial election campaign.
As the old saying goes, you can't get blood from a stone, but a brewmaster in Moncton last night proved you can get beer from it.
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