Information Morning Moncton
Moncton north residents Jeff Mowat and Heidi James say this weekend's Hildegard community event is part of the healing process after the RCMP shootings in their neighbourhood last year.
Patrick's weekend picks
Entertainment columnist, Patrick Parise, keeps us up-to-date on weekend events in Moncton.
Hopewell Rocks book
Moncton photographer and long time Hopewell Rocks interpreter, Kevin Snair, launches a book on Sunday celebrating the well-known international site.
National Senior Care Strategy
The president of the Canadian Medical Association, Dr. Chris Simpson, is calling for improved home care as part of a national strategy to care for our aging population.
Inheritance and bankruptcy
Personal finance watcher, Dan Noel, explains that any inheritance goes straight to the creditors if you've declared bankruptcy.
Meeting on downtown centre
Cabinet minister Victor Boudreau says the province will meet to discuss Moncton's request for funding for the downtown centre but there is no guarantee.
City Council Report
Reporter Marc Genuist reports on this week's city council meeting and the city manager's latest update on the proposed downtown centre.
Curbing summer learning loss
"Learning Outside the Box" columnist, Rebecca Bulmer, has tips for parents to prevent learning loss during the summer particularly for students with learning disabilities.
New nursing home for Miramichi
Ray Arsenault says all of the community's lobbying for a new nursing home in Miramichi paid off but for senior Veronica Jay the news is bittersweet because it comes too late for her husband.
Student summer jobs
Workplace issues columnist, Pierre Battah, says parents can help their children in their search for summer jobs but should make sure they are constructive rather than controlling.
East Coast Comic Expo
Marvel artist Nick Bradshaw talks about this weekend's comic con in Moncton.
Moncton shootings cost $9 M
Coun. Charles Leger, who is also a member of the Codiac Regional Policing Authority, breaks down the costs associated with the June shootings and who will pay.
Higher wages for home care workers
The president of the New Brunswick Home Support Association says the government needs to increase wages for home care workers to cut down on hospital overcrowding and save in healthcare costs.
Higher inflation or interest rates?
Our personal finance columnist, Dan Noel, explains what an increase to inflation rates means for us.
Overcrowding in hospitals
President of Moncton Medical staff Dr. Pam Mansfield says it's time to stop talking and start acting to solve the problem of serious overcrowding in our hospitals.
Hiding behind Learning Disabilities
Hiding behind Learning Disabilities BODY: "Learning Outside the Box" columnist, Rebecca Bulmer, says children with learning disabilities often hide behind bad behavior to avoid looking stupid in class.
Find local workers
Federal Minister of Employment Pierre Poilievre says it's up to fish plant owners and the provincial government to find locals to fill empty jobs rather than depending on temporary foreign workers.
Mental Health Centre location questioned
Former child and youth advocate, Bernard Richard, says building a youth mental health centre in Campbellton is the worst public policy decision he's seen in a long time. Meanwhile minister Donald Arsenault, the MLA for the Campellton area, says the 15...
Tick population growing
Biologist Vett Lloyd says there will be a bumper crop of ticks this year but New Brunswickers shouldn't let that keep them from enjoying the outdoors.
Keeping kids safe online
Parents Erik Gingles and Bonnie Porter agree it's difficult to protect children online but say open communication is the best place to start.
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