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Return of Danny08/28/14
Danny, the german shepherd police dog who lost his handler in the June 4th police shootings in Moncton, returns to service with the RCMP.
Obesity an election issue
What role should government play in the health of New Brunswickers? A professor of Kinesiology at UNB weighs in on the subject.
The 4% solution
Our personal financial watcher, Dan Noel, has some tips about making your retirement savings last.
Tunisian family fears safety
A family living in Dieppe has been asked to leave Canada and return to Tunisia. But they fear they'll be prosecuted for being Christian. Reporter Lindsay Michael has their story, then we hear from Jack Haller, a Moncton lawyer specializing in refugee...
Ghana get a host?
Organizers are still looking for families to open their doors to a pair of participants - one from Canada and one from Ghana - for a Canada World Youth program that's coming to Moncton.
New Brunswick's chief electoral officer, Michael Quinn, says any provincial returning office is ready to take your vote now... no need to wait for advance polls.
School pesticide concern
Nancy Trites is a Moncton mother who says pesticides should never have been sprayed on a school ground in the city.
Debunking the platitudes
Richard Saillant, author of "Over the Cliff", says New Brunswickers should pay close attention to what the politicians promise when it comes to the economy.
A downtown swarming...
...of the honey bee variety. Gavin Simms has an update on Moncton chef Stephan Müller's bee colonies.
The pain of it all
Terry Bremner is President of the Chronic Pain Association of Canada. Angela MacDonald is a registered nurse and Chronic Pain Support Group facilitator in Miramichi. They talk about their efforts to help others going through similar experiences.
MHS a busy place
What's happening at old MHS to prepare for the unplanned return of students? Principal Mike Belong answers that and other questions
Corn Hill Chronicles, Aug. 25
Bob Osborne goes blueberry pickin'....and comes away with more than just the berries in his bucket.
Voters have issues
A cross-section of voters from southeastern New Brunswick weigh in on what they believe is the most important issue in this provincial election.
Wastewater safe, says A.I.S.
A vice president of Atlantic Industrial says the firm's treated fracking water is actually crystal clear - and proven to be safe for the sewers.
Robertson launches book
An adventure years ago in Thailand ends up as a new children's book that Moncton author Dacia Robertson will launch tomorrow afternoon at Chapters in Dieppe.
Grand Manan mourns
The Island of Grand Manan says farewell to one of the people who died in the air ambulance crash this past weekend.
Quarter million for centre
The province announces it will invest close to 25-million dollars towards a downtown centre. Vanessa Blanch talks to Moncton mayor George LeBlanc about what it means for the project.
What's in the water?
The Greater Moncton Wastewater Commission wants to know more about fracking wastewater from Nova Scotia that may be headed to Greater Moncton for disposal.
TSB issues Lac-Megantic report
Preventing another Lac-Megantic disaster. National reporter Dave Seglins on reaction to the Transportation Safety Board's report on the deadly train accident.
Money and midwifery
Do they save or cost money? Dr. Brian Goldman takes on the complex issue of midwives in New Brunswick.
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