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Information Morning Fredericton from CBC Radio New Brunswick (Highlights)

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Information Morning Fredericton is your window on the community every weekday morning, from 5:55 to 8:37 on CBC Radio One, the news and stories of our lives in your city and around the province; keeping you informed and engaged.

Information Morning Fredericton is your window on the community every weekday morning, from 5:55 to 8:37 on CBC Radio One, the news and stories of our lives in your city and around the province; keeping you informed and engaged.

Location:

United States

Genres:

World Talk

Description:

Information Morning Fredericton is your window on the community every weekday morning, from 5:55 to 8:37 on CBC Radio One, the news and stories of our lives in your city and around the province; keeping you informed and engaged.

Language:

English


Episodes

Weekend vaccination push

6/10/2021
No more procrastination, New Brunswick pharmacists want you to roll up your sleeves and meet them this weekend for your first dose of vaccine. Jake Reid is executive director of the New Brunswick Pharmacists Association.

Duration:00:08:02

Political scientists on Atwin move

6/10/2021
Our political watchers, Erin Crandall and Jamie Gillies, are here with their thoughts on Jenica Atwin's decision to jump ship from the Greens to the Liberals. What does it say about the value of a vote?

Duration:00:16:10

Crossing the floor

6/10/2021
Fredericton's newest Liberal MP Jenica Atwin explains her decision to leave the federal Green Party. We also hear reaction from the Green party leader, Annamie Paul.

Duration:00:15:31

Police assistance fund

6/9/2021
Gift giving to your local police department? We hear why one group says an amendment to the Police Act for the province goes too far. Husoni Raymond is an organizer with Black Lives Matter New Brunswick.

Duration:00:11:20

Muslim youth deeply affected by killings

6/9/2021
In the wake of the killings in London, Ontario, we hear from two Fredericton Muslim teens for their thoughts on the attack. And then we talk to the interim Executive Director of a Muslim Youth Mental health help-line about what they are hearing from young people.

Duration:00:17:12

ECMA weekend

6/9/2021
ECMA festivities start tonight in Sydney. Andy McLean is the CEO of the East Coast Music Awards. We hear how Covid affected plans, and how you can enjoy the shows from home.

Duration:00:13:16

Book shares cancer journey

6/8/2021
Dave Morell and his family have written a book to share their experience struggling with stage 4 lung cancer. It's called Hit The Switch, and they hope it will help other cancer patients.

Duration:00:13:26

2nd dose protection

6/8/2021
Dr. Peter Lin explains why your second Covid 19 shot is so important now that the Delta variant is here.

Duration:00:13:13

Surviving COVID-19

6/8/2021
Shelby Fallon contracted the Delta variant of Covid-19, and says she was 'the sickest she's ever been in her life'. She's still recuperating 6 weeks later. Shelby shares her story hoping to motivate people to get vaccinated.

Duration:00:09:07

Flights returning to capital

6/7/2021
Planes are expected to take flight this month at the Fredericton airport. We get details from Johanne Gallant, CEO of the Fredericton International Airport.

Duration:00:08:40

Drive to 75

6/7/2021
The province has vaccinated over 70 percent of the eligible population. It needs another 32 thousand people to get vaccinated to hit the 75 percent target. Premier Blaine Higgs talks about where we're at, and where we need to be to move forward with reopening.

Duration:00:20:43

Hot schools

6/7/2021
David McTimoney, superintendent of the Anglophone West School District, explains a new policy for 'heat days' in New Brunswick schools.

Duration:00:09:47

One man's journey to better health

6/7/2021
We hear Jim Van Horne's story about how a heart attack changed his life, and pushed him to lose over 130 pounds.

Duration:00:08:50

Tribute to Mark Kirby

6/6/2021
Nicola Cassidy remembers Mark Kirby, the man people honoured this weekend by hanging running shoes from the pedestrian bridge in downtown Fredericton.

Duration:00:07:54

Vaccine passports

6/6/2021
Professor Francoise Baylis is a research professor who worries about a future with vaccine passports. She's not convinced it's what New Brunswick or the world needs.

Duration:00:09:25

Residential school history

6/6/2021
We continue our conversation about Canada's residential school system, and talk about why it matters TODAY that Canadians learn more about this dark part in our history. Professor Patricia Doyle-Bedwell teaches Indigenous Studies at Dalhousie University.

Duration:00:14:18

Education plan for a changing province

6/3/2021
The New Brunswick Multicultural Council prepared its latest report for the provincial education department. Moncef Lakouas is president of the New Brunswick Multicultural Council.

Duration:00:13:41

Indian Day School pain

6/3/2021
Abuse in Indian Day Schools was commonplace, but little is known about this dark part of New Brunswick's history. Brian Francis attended Indian Day School in New Brunswick. He shares some of that experience with us.

Duration:00:13:25

Municipal cyber attack

6/3/2021
A cyber attack on the world’s largest meat processor forced plants across North America to shut down this week. Cybersecurity expert David Shipley says New Brunswick businesses are also under attack.

Duration:00:08:02

History of a Day School

6/2/2021
Andrea Bear Nicholas and Nicole O'Byrne have been digging into the history of the Sussex Vale Indian Day School and why it's viewed as the pre-cursor to Canada's residential school system.

Duration:00:15:35