Shift (CBC NB)
New Yurt Design Turning Heads08/27/14
Yurts are portable, tent-like homes that were traditionally used by nomad in Central Asia. As of late, they're turning up at campgrounds and as cottages, even homes. Well one New Brunswick man is installing a yurt with a difference this week at the...
Richard Dunn Has Book Out
All By Myself internet sensation Richard Dunn has written a book about the video that put him on the map. He's back home in New Brunswick and we get him off the beach for a chat.
Wild Edibles: Evening Primrose
There's a gorgeous yellow flower that makes for some good eating. Wild edibles educator Greg Osowski tells us all about it.
New Solar Power At Falls Brook Centre
A big solar power project was unveiled at the Falls Brook Centre on the weekend. A new 12-panel solar installation was built to power it's main building. Bullfrog Power choose Fallsbrook for it's first project in the province. Marc Gionet is the...
Application By First Nations Chiefs Rejected
It's full speed ahead for the province's forestry plan at least for the time being. This afternoon a judge rejected an application by First Nations chiefs to block the plan on constitutional grounds. Jacques Poitras has the details.
Fred Ross Remembered
Fredericton architect and author John Leroux studied Fred Ross' work for his master's thesis, and the two quickly became good friends. Leroux shares his stories about Ross, an artist who's influence extends far beyond the province.
Chips Good Enough To Eat Wash Up On Beach
A bag of chips washed up on a Chance Harbour beach and they were good enought to eat. Natalie Tapely tells us about how her found bag of chips turns into a box of chips.
Election Campaign Underway
You've already seen the signs popping up along the side of the road and soon candidates will be at your door. Jacques Poitras has details on the launch of the New Brunswick election campaign.
Webisode Features Chef Bon Temps
Chef Bon Temps with his straw hat and super enthusiastic style is featured on the website of The Really Local Harvest Co-op in South Eastern New Brunswick.
Acadian Birder Leads Shorebird Excursion
Alain Clavette spent a very rainy day last weekend with a bunch of bird enthusiasts, leading an excursion to check out the amazing shorebirds that visit the province.
Martitime Music Man: Catherine MacLellan
Catherine MacLellan is making music and life simpler these days. Bob Mersereau talks up her life changes and latest release.
Grand Manan Mourns Loss
People from Grand Manan, and from across the country gathered on today to say goodbye to William Mallock. The veteran paramedic was one of two people killed in an air ambulance crash early Saturday morning. The CBC's Shane Fowler has been reporting on...
Comics In Moncton
A Moncton couple continues their comic book series Bittle Hill. Alan Spinney and his wife Helen are now working on their third issue of the comic.
Second Annual World Washer Toss Championships
New Brunswick is hosting the second annual World Washer Toss Championships this weekend in Naskwaak Bridge! Last year more than 130 teams came out to compete for the top prize. Darren O'Donnell is the man in charge, he's known as the Toss Boss.
Remembering Saint John artist Fred Ross.
The art world is remembering renowned Saint John Artist Fred Ross today. He passed away at the age of 87. A celebrated Canadian painter, his work hangs in the National Gallery, and in the best private collections here and abroad.
Wild Edibles: Roses
Our wild edibles guy is eating the centerpieces when he makes all manner of tasty treats from roses. Greg Osowski is a wild edibles educator whose got all the tasty details.
First Nation Chiefs Try To Stop Provincial Forestry Deal
First Nation chiefs were in court this afternoon trying to get an injunction to stop the province's forestry deal with JD Irving. The CBC's Jacques Poitras will
Connell Smith Has Details On Windsor Energy Suing Province
The president of Calgary's Windsor Energy is suing the provincial government and former Natural Resources Minister Bruce Northrup for over 100 million dollars.
The Acadian Hero Tante Blanche
A new biography of Marguerite Blanche Thibodeau by Serge Thibodeau, tells the story of Acadian hero Tante Blanche.
Two Plans To Right Province's Finances
The Liberals and Progressive Conservatives appear to have two different plans to right the province's financial ship. The Alward government has made some deep cuts and the Gallant Liberals have announced plans to reverse tax cuts for business and...
- Moncton, NB