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Moncton, NB

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Information Morning from CBC Moncton is your essential source of news, weather, traffic and stories from your community. Join Jonna weekday mornings.

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English


Episodes

Young Moncton musician wins an international clarinet competition

5/13/2021
Shinie Wagaarachchi won first place in her age category in the Asian International Youth Clarinet Competition last week. David Scott is her teacher.

Duration:00:09:36

Miramichi women's shelter aiming to provide better permanent homes for abuse victims

5/13/2021
Patti Michaud is the executive director of the Miramichi Emergency Centre for Women.

Duration:00:11:36

Hundreds gather for drive-in Eid services in Moncton

5/13/2021
Abdal Khan is president of the Moncton Muslim Association.

Duration:00:06:18

"Vintage Moncton" book highlights historical images of the city

5/13/2021
Ryan Gagne created the Vintage Moncton Facebook page. Now he's the author of a book of the same name.

Duration:00:07:40

Moncton swimmer heading to Tokyo as part of Canada's Paralympic Games team

5/13/2021
Danielle Dorris is a Moncton swimmer. Ryan Allen is her coach.

Duration:00:08:51

Atlantic Cancer Research Institute CEO stepping down

5/13/2021
Dr Rodney Ouellette is stepping down as President and CEO of the Atlantic Cancer Research Institute.

Duration:00:08:19

Changes are coming to improve emergency mental health and addictions services in the province

5/13/2021
Norman Bosse is New Brunswick's child and youth advocate.

Duration:00:11:19

Can we build our way out of the housing crunch?

5/13/2021
David MacDonald is a senior economist with the Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives based in Ottawa.

Duration:00:09:20

New Brunswick Nurses Union responds to staff shortage at the Dr. Georges-L.-Dumont University Hospital Centre

5/12/2021
Paula Doucet is president of the New Brunswick Nurses Union.

Duration:00:14:30

Local doctors step in to help with nursing shortage

5/12/2021
Dr Luc Cormier is a cardiologist and president of the council of doctors and dentists at the Dr. Georges-L.-Dumont University Hospital Centre.

Duration:00:18:08

A pharmacy technician in Richibucto breaks new ground

5/12/2021
Melissa Cormier is the first pharmacy tech to be licensed through the New Brunswick College of Pharmacists to administer vaccines.

Duration:00:07:40

School workers without a contract after three years of talks

5/12/2021
Theresa McAllister is provincial president of the union representing school workers in New Brunswick.

Duration:00:06:50

Moncton student creates Project Unimaginable: poems by students around the globe

5/12/2021
Camden Douthwright is a grade 12 student at Harrison Trimble High School and editor of a global anthology of student writing about living through a pandemic.

Duration:00:12:13

What to do if you find your house is for rent in the want-ads

5/11/2021
Ryan McNeil says New Brunswick renters need more protections after wading through an ordeal over his Dieppe home.

Duration:00:07:50

Moncton mountain bikers staking a claim on inner city private land

5/11/2021
Defacto trail masters Luc Richard and Jacques Breau speak to the CBC’s Khalil Aktar.

Duration:00:09:18

Long time Petitcodiac River advocate reflects on restoring tidal flow

5/11/2021
Gary Griffin celebrates years of work to let the Petitcodiac River flow freely again

Duration:00:07:56

A Moncton teenager wins national recognition

5/11/2021
Carly Smith was born an amputee, and is being awarded for her tenacity and community contributions.

Duration:00:05:42

Making sense of the census

5/11/2021
Economic development consultant David Campbell explains why he thinks this census is the most important one in his lifetime.

Duration:00:06:27

7-year-old continues lobster fishing family tradition on Bay of Chaleur

5/10/2021
After 50 years on the water, Keith Daley shares his love of fishing with his newest crew member — his grandson.

Duration:00:07:25

Scientists are looking at several possible sources to try to figure out what's making some New Brunswickers sick with an unknown neurological disease

5/10/2021
Dr Neil Cashman is a neurologist and professor in the University of British Columbia's faculty of medicine.

Duration:00:15:37