Shift (CBC NB)
Young bear returns to the wild08/26/15
After spending more than year at the Atlantic Wildlife Institute, a young bear is ready to make it on his own. Pam Novak describes the big day.
Hiking in the Miramichi area
James Donald checks out Wilsons Point, Beaubears Island and the Creaghan Gulch Trail.
Peregrine falcon snatches sandpiper
Alain Clavette describes a dramatic moment at Johson's Mills and wonders about the lack of birds in the Bay of Fundy.
St. Stephen Farmers' Market
Alan Gillis has been checking out local markets for Shift this summer, and this wee he makes a stop in Charlotte County.
Politics watchers weigh the damage of Duffy trial
Duncan Mattheson, Michelle Leblanc and Vern Faulkner wonder whether voters are paying attention to the revelations out of the Duffy trial.
National strategic voting group targets Fredericton
Leadnow is urging progressive Canadians to work together to defeat Conservative candidates in several ridings including Fredericton. Rachel Cave has the story.
Blueberry season underway at St. George farm
David Hatt started Granite Town Farms more than 30 years ago, and now he has 500 acres of blueberries and a number of jams, salsas and sauces.
Get good advice, urges Fundy hiker
Ben Phillips met the two men who were rescued by helicopter on the Fundy Footpath, ironically while working on a documentary about surviving the hike.
Osprey saved from fishing gear
An osprey became so entangled in fishing gear it nearly strangled itself. Luckily an SPCA officer and the Atlantic Wildlife Institute came to the rescue.
NB runner wins bronze medal
60 year old Fredericton lawyer Rob Jackson won a bronze medal at the World Masters Athletics Competition, placing in the top 10 in 3 other events!
Energy East too big a risk?
The Conservation Council's new report says we don't know enough about the impact of increased tanker traffic in the Bay of Fundy, and a spill could destroy fishing and tourism.
Marchers home safe, but tired
Jackie Johnson and Keith Jones are home from Nijmegen, the Netherlands, where they marched 40 kilometres a day for 4 days.
NDP still naming candidates
The NDP may be running in front nationally, but locally the party has yet to decide on a full slate of candidates. The CBC's Rachel Cave has the story.
Para sport in New Brunswick
With Canada making a great showing at the Parapan Am Games, Dunu Eliaba of Para NB explains the state of parasport in the province.
Bald birds and Black-bellied plovers
Alain Clavette says don't panic if you see a bird that's lost all the feathers on its head. It's not sick. Plus he features another shorebird.
Gagetown Farmers' Market
Alan Gillis checks out some of the amazing products available at the weekly Sunday market in the Village of Gagetown.
Hiking on Grand Manan
Hiking NB's James Donald says the island is one of the best places to hike in the province, and recommends a couple of trails.
Fresh veggies on Deer Island
Janice Bustin-Doughty is turning her love of gardening into a business, and providing a local option for islanders.
Making tea with goldenrod
Wild edibles guy Greg Osowski says goldenrod isn't the allergen many think it is, and it makes a great tea!
NB athletes win 9 medals
Young athletes competed at the Legion National Youth Track and Championships over the weekend, winning 9 medals. That's 9 more than last year!
- Moncton, NB