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Moncton's drummer boy12/18/14
We introduce you to the official drummer of the Moncton Wildcats, 9-year-old Rowan Hopper.
Concert deal hits snag
Minister Victor Boudreau says there is no deal between the province and the City of Moncton to entice big promoters to bring concerts to Magnetic HIll with a joint pot of cash. Boudreau says it was an election promise by the previous government and is...
Breaking up with your bank
Our personal finance columnist Dan Noel on when you should consider changing financial institutions.
A Curtis Christmas, Part 2
In his second excerpt from his book of new short stories, the Christmas concert gets the short story treatment from author Wayne Curtis.
U de M students question admin costs
Students are questioning the spending priorities of l'Université de Moncton. We'll hear more about their concerns, and President Raymond Théberge responds.
Cash for concerts
More on Moncton's new strategy to attract concerts to Magnetic Hill.
Saving Xmas cash
Ruth Ann Swansburg, Moncton's Coupon lady, has some tips on Boxing Day savings.
A Curtis Christmas
Author Wayne Curtis tells us about a surprise nativity scene in the first of three excerpts from his Christmas-themed book of short stories.
Hub City Christmas
We hear all about the Moncton Wesleyan Church's new Christmas production from Jason Muir (left) and Kevin Smith - two of the people putting long hours and love into Hub City Christmas.
Furnace oil investigation
Why are New Brunswickers paying more for heating oil than our neighbours? Robert Jones looks into that.
In a narrow vote Moncton city councillors decide to spend $160,000 to fix the giant scoreboard at the coliseum. Many councillors are angry the project isn't going to tender. That's just one of the stories Marc Genuist brought back from last night's...
30 Days of Community Caring in Southeastern New Brunswick enters its final week of fundraising. Dale Hicks, president of the Food Depot Alimentaire, joined Jonna in studio for an update.
Leadership from within
When good people make good leaders: workplace issues specialist Pierre Battah talks about "authentic leadership."
Singing for suppers
The Metrotones co-directors Peter Butler (left) and Pat Dickey joined Jonna in studio to talk about the Friday concert that will be collecting non-perishable food items. Guest singer Kelley Mooney also joined the conversation by phone.
To close or not to close?
Greg Ingersoll, the superintendant for Anglophone East, explains how decisions are made.
Floods hit neighbourhoods
Marc Genuist talks to people in the Westbrook Circle area flooded by torrrential rains over the last few days....and Vaness talks to Fire Chief Eric Arsenault about the city`s reponse.
Entertainment columnist Patric Parisé has some ideas for your entertainment picks.
Making fitness fun
We reconnect with Iron Will founder Armand Doucet about his effort to make physical fitness cool in schools.
Poley vows to re-open
It's main lodge may have been destroyed by a fire on Tuesday night, but Poley Mountain manager Bill Anderson says the ski hill will open this season.
Perfect economic storm?
Is what's happening to oil prices an indication of a looming economic storm? Our personal finance watcher Dan Noel has some thoughts.
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