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Information Morning from CBC Moncton is the essential source of breaking news and information for radio listeners.

Information Morning from CBC Moncton is the essential source of breaking news and information for radio listeners.
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Moncton, NB

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CBC

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Information Morning from CBC Moncton is the essential source of breaking news and information for radio listeners.

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English


Episodes

The Garnet & Gold Musical Theatre Society presents the Addams Family Musical

1/22/2018
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Actors Mirren Lithwik and Grayson Kenny along with musical director Karen Vallane dropped by our studio to talk about The Adams Family musical they're presenting at Sackville's Convocation Hall Jan. 25-27.

Duration: 00:12:52


Do minimum wage increases kill jobs and the economy, or give low-income consumers more disposable income?

1/22/2018
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Moncton economist and author Richard Saillant, Pump House Restaurant & Brewery co-owner Lilia Fraser and Common Front for Social Justice provincial coordinator Jean-Claude Basque join Vanessa for a discussion on the effects of minimum wage on both the economy and on people.

Duration: 00:17:27


Mount Allison University professor says climate change adaptation is a losing game in the long run

1/22/2018
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Brad Walters, professor of geography and environment at Mount Allison University talks about what our options are in the face of climate change.

Duration: 00:11:48


Correctional officers at Dorchester Penitentiary who beat and repeatedly pepper sprayed Matthew Hines disciplined more than a year after his death

1/22/2018
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Justin Piché, associate professor of criminology at the University of Ottawa says he isn't surprised that it took correctional officials more than 15 months to discipline the guards and blames the former Conservative government's tough on crime approach.

Duration: 00:07:24


7 Mi'kmaq First Nations are considering what to do with the former RCI transmitter site

1/22/2018
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The CBC's Tori Weldon speaks with Jesse John Simon, executive director of Mi'gmawe'l Tplu'taqnn, a group of seven Mi'kmaq First Nations from across the province that owns the old RCI transmitter site near Sackville.

Duration: 00:06:20


Last year's ice storm crisis revealed poverty and lack of services on the Acadian Peninsula

1/19/2018
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Social justice advocate Claude Snow says he wants to see better services to address chronic poverty.

Duration: 00:11:02


Remembering Frenchie

1/19/2018
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A colourful character who lived part of his life on the streets of Moncton passed away this week. We talk with his friend, photographer Serge Martin about the man behind the smile.

Duration: 00:10:01


Mount Allison University might cut its university librarian position

1/19/2018
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Mount Allison University's archivist David Mawhinney tells Jonna why he thinks it's a bad idea to replace its University Librarian with a library manager next summer.

Duration: 00:09:17


Moncton's two homeless shelters filled beyond capacity

1/19/2018
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The CBC's Tori Weldon teamed up with Nicolas Pelletier from Radio Canada and spoke with Lisa Ryan of the YMCA Reconnect program and Donald Morel, one of the residents of Moncton's Harvest House

Duration: 00:07:11


Last year's ice storm crisis revealed poverty and lack of services on the Acadian Peninsula

1/19/2018
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Social justice advocate Claude Snow says he wants to see better services to address chronic poverty.

Duration: 00:11:02


Quebec comedian Philippe Bond coming to Moncton's Capitol Theatre

1/18/2018
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Kim Rayworth, managing director of the Capitol Theatre talks about stand-up comedian Philippe Bond 's popularity. He'll perform (in French) at the theatre on Saturday, January 20.

Duration: 00:06:24


L'Ordre de Jacques Cartier reveals some of its secrets

1/18/2018
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The Centre for Acadian Studies at l'Université de Moncton recently received a briefcase full of information about a secret francophone society known as l'Ordre de Jacques Cartier, commonly known as "La Patente". Christine Dupuis, archivist at the Centre for Acadian Studies at l'Université de Moncton and Francois LeBlanc, documentation technician at the centre dropped by our studio with white gloves and documents at hand.

Duration: 00:14:23


New Brunswick plans to subsidize daycare for some middle-class families

1/18/2018
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Jonna speaks with Brian Kenny, New Brunswick's minister of education and early childhood development to ask him exactly who will benefit from these daycare subsidies.

Duration: 00:13:15


Lettuce grow some greens: Hillcrest School creates indoor garden

1/18/2018
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CBC reporter Vanessa Blanch dropped by the Hillcrest middle school to have a look at the hydroponic lettuce garden growing in a grade 7/8 science classroom. Students Cameron LeBlanc, Aidyn Bulmer and Connor Campbell took her out on the tour, along with their teacher Marc Merhebi.

Duration: 00:10:38


Cherryvale area residents feel forgotten after flood

1/18/2018
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Cherryvale resident Donna Black is worried for the safety of her family and neighbours after the temporary bridge to her community got knocked out of commission by last weekend's flooding.

Duration: 00:10:25


Archdiocese blames alleged victims' hardships on economy, not sexual abuse

1/17/2018
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Rob Talach, lawyer for several of the alleged victims reacts to statements of defence filed by the archdiocese of Moncton. The documents were filed in response to civil lawsuits alleging abuse at the hands of former priests Yvon Arsenault and Camille Leger.

Duration: 00:07:37


Boogie Fever runs high in Moncton during ImpactFest dance festival

1/17/2018
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Some of Canada's top artists and choreographers are in town for ImpactFest this week. Igor Dobrovolsky of Atlantic Ballet Theatre joins Jonna with the details, along with Christopher House of Toronto Dance Theatre and Kevin Ormsby of Kashe Dance in Toronto.

Duration: 00:16:36


CBC Open Mic contest is your chance to stand and deliver during this year's HubCap Comedy Festival

1/17/2018
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HubCap Comedy Contest president Marshall Button and general manager Robert Gallant remind listeners that the deadline to enter is next Wednesday, January 14, so get those videos in. For details, visit http://hubcapcomedyfestival.ca/contest-english/

Duration: 00:08:55


Don't trust Dr. Google, says CBC health columnist Dr. Raj Bhardwaj

1/17/2018
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Our house doctor Raj Bhardwaj offers some advice on the right and wrong way to look up your symptoms online.

Duration: 00:08:10


Grown-in-Moncton weed heading to Prince Edward Island

1/17/2018
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Greg Engel, CEO of Moncton-based OrganiGram talks about the company's memorandum of understanding to supply cannabis to P.E.I.

Duration: 00:05:53

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