Information Morning Moncton
Jonna learns more about this year's business excellence awards in Greater Moncton from Carol O'Reilly (left) and Bonnie Porter, of the Greater Moncton Chamber of Commerce.
Moncton band wins big
We hear from Les Hôtesses d'Hilaire after the band took home Group Recording of the year, Rock Recording of the year AND the Fan Choice award in the francophone category at the Music New Brunswick awards.
Employer wish list
What are employers really looking for when they hire these days? Our workplace issues columnist Piette Battah has some ideas
Making the connection
During her speech at the Walrus conference in Sackville, former Codiac RCMP superintendent Marlene Snowman talks about how police and the community came together during the June tragedy.
Luring the salmon back
The latest attempt to save Atlantic Salmon in the inner Bay of Fundy involves partnering with Cooke Aquaculture and raising wild salmon in ocean cages.
Baby jaguar visits studio
Seven-week-old baby jaguar Balky along with some humans from the Magnetic Hill Zoo joined Jonna in studio ahead of this weekend's Boo at the Zoo event.
Entertainment columnist Patrick Parisé talks to Jonna about some interesting music and movie choices in the area this coming week.
Jobs for the disabled
The Neil Squire Society is holding a job fair in Dieppe today in an effort to connect people with disabilites with potential employers. Bev Grasse, left, is the regional manager and Amy Fraser is a volunteer.
Buried treasure in Moncton?
Marc Genuist reports on how some believe a fibre optic cable buried under the city of Moncton could create the region's next economic miracle.
School food gets healthy
Jennifer Choi heads to Bernice MacNaughton High School where there's been an extra effort to prepare healthy cafeteria food.
Our personal finance watcher, Dan Noel, discusses stock market turbulence.
This way to Norway
Théâtre l'Escaouette will be staging its latest show in both French and English. Jonna talks with Kevin McCoy, the bilinguist behind "Norge". It's an autobiographical piece about ghosts, wandering and a quest for belonging that traces the story of...
Moncton's coupon lady, Ruth Ann Swansburg, shares tips on everything from cheaper treats to recycled costumes in her quest to save you money this Halloween.
Dying with dignity
The Supreme Court of Canada begins hearing a case for physician-assisted suicide today. Hear Jonna's conversation with Dr. Pamela Mansfield, a palliative care doctor in Moncton.
Talking as an artform
The Walrus magazine is hosting a forum Thursday night at Mount Allison University - "The Art of Conversation". Jonna talks to the executive director of The Walrus Foundation and co-publisher of The Walrus, Shelley Ambrose.
Ebola fears and facts
Jonna talks with emergency room physician Dr. Brian Goldman about how health professionals in Canada are dealing with the uncertainty over ebola.
Football without facemasks?
Head injuries plague the game of football ... whether you're a pro, or a kid who's just starting out. We talk with a scientist who has an unlikely solution for a crippling problem.
New alert system
Fire chief Eric Arsenault speaks with guest host Christine McLean about "Moncton Alerts", a new emergency notification system for residents and people who work in Moncton.
Ruth Anne Swansberg, Moncton coupon lady, speaks with Vanessa about money and time-saving tips around the house.
More from the Ebola scare at the Georges Dumont hospital. We'll hear from Dr. Jennifer Russell, New Brunswick's acting Chief Medical Officer of Health, as well as Sherry Bertin MacIssaac, who was waiting at the Dumont on Wednesday afternoon.
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