Information Morning Moncton
Moncton is 125 years old04/24/15
Heritage officer, James Upham, says Moncton is a city that lives it's rise again motto 'Resurgo' over and over in its 125 year history.
Lobbying for a downtown centre
Business leaders in Moncton join forces to secure funding from the provincial government for a proposed downtown centre. Marc Genuist reports on an emergency meeting that was held on Thursday.
Dan Noel combs through the federal budget to see how it will affect your finances.
School to remain open
The District Education Council for Anglophone East announced last night it will keep Dorchester Consolidated School open.
Accommodations for learning disabilities
"Learning Outside the Box" columnist, Rebecca Bulmer, says accommodations in the classroom for students with learning disabilities will help them succeed in school.
School boundary review
Anglophone East DEC Chair, Tamara Nichol, says a review of all Moncton school boundaries is underway with recommendations expected in September.
Moncton City Council
Moncton city councillors may have dropped the prayer traditionally used to open their meetings but they are still praying for provincial money to help build the proposed downtown centre. Marc Genuist reports from Monday's meeting.
Coupons for kids
Moncton Coupon Lady Ruth Ann Swansburg helps us find discounts and freebies on items for children.
Asking for help
It never hurts to ask. Our workplace issues columnist Pierre Battah takes a look at how to ask for help at the office.
Still the word
Tantramar Regional High School presents Grease: the musical this week. We check in with two of the actors and the musical director.
Parents at Edith Cavell School in downtown Moncton say before the district talks about building new schools or closing existing ones, a complete review of school boundaries is needed. Vanessa speaks with Natalie Davison of the Parent School Support...
Pat Parise of Spin-it records stops by with a look at what happening's happening this weekend, on the small screen, in the theatres and in the clubs.
Riverside Consolidated makes its case
Over 300 people gathered in Riverside-Albert Tuesday night to argue for the future of their school. They made a presentation to the Anglophone East District Education Council. Jonna speaks with former principal of Riverside Consolidated, Barb Gebuhr.
There's an app for that
Our 'Learning Outside the Box' columnist Rebecca Bulmer continues her look at assisted technology, and how it helps to level the playing field for struggling students.
Saving Dorchester Consolidated School
Dorchester mayor, Jerome Bear, says it was a packed meeting as community leaders, students and parents appealed to the DEC to keep their school open.
#1 Bike Park
Greg Dion, manager of Sugarloaf Provincial Park, is hoping their new title as #1 Bike Park in Eastern Canada will bring in even more visitors.
Acadie Ave repairs
Dieppe Mayor, Yvon Lapierre, says provincial delays have him concerned about timelines for major repairs to prevent flooding on Acadie Avenue.
U de M deficit
U de M President, Raymond Theberge, says a tuition freeze and a freeze on provincial funding are to blame for a $1 million deficit.
Crisis in the ER
An ER physician gives his perspective on the effects of overcrowding in hospitals. Dr Serge Melanson is chief of the emergency department at the Moncton Hospital.
Future of rural NB
Jonna Brewer speaks with three people who live and work in rural communities in the province about the challenges ahead.
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