Information Morning Moncton
Saving rural schools
Residents of Dorchester and Riverside-Albert are fighting to save their community schools.
NB's Anti-Shale Gas Alliance is concerned Bill C-51 will criminalize public protests.
The deadline for RRSP's is just days away and personal finance watcher, Dan Noel, has advice on buying at the last minute.
New Brunswick's privacy commissioner begins her investigation into the Larry's Gulch controversy.
Stolen bus batteries
School bus drivers thought it was the cold temperature that was preventing their buses from starting on Tuesday, but it turns out their batteries had been stolen.
Marc Chouinard, 1953-2015
Moncton's arts community is mourning the loss of one of its biggest champions, Marc Chouinard.
Environmental advocate dies
Moncton environmentalist, writer and educator, Beth McLaughlin, will be remembered at a memorial service Tuesday afternoon.
University enrolment down
Fewer students are enrolling in maritime universities and New Brunswick registration is among the lowest.
A winter wonderland
Hopewell Rocks attracts thousands of tourists during the summer but a new video shows how beautiful the area is during winter.
Big garbage pick up
Council sorts through the changes to bulk garbage pick up in Moncton.
Dieppe approves rezoning
Dieppe council approves a commercial rezoning despite opposition from residents in the Fox Creek area.
Moncton High School drama teacher, Mike McArdle, is looking for a permanent place to store his costumes from 27 years of productions.
Snow clearing continues
City crews and snow plows took advantage of the mild weather this past weekend to clear snow.
A widow's victory
The widow of an injured worker who killed himself appealed WorkSafe N.B.'s decision to deny her survivor benefits and won.
If you're dreading a conversation with the boss, or your colleague, our workplace issues columnist Pierre Battah has some advice.
Team N.B. at the Canada Games
New Brunswick athletes are taking the podium at the Canada Games underway in Prince George.
New rules for Larry's Gulch
CBC reporter Jacques Poitras takes a closer look at the guest lists for Larry's Gulch from previous years.
Long term fixed mortgages
Our personal finance columnist, Dan Noel, delves into long term fixed rate mortgages which are available in the U.S. but not in Canada.
Nursing home crisis
N.B.'s Minister of Health says there is no quick solution for seniors stuck in a Miramichi hospital with nowhere to go because local nursing homes are full.
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