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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

Minister Daniel Allain on bilingualism

11/24/2022
The CBC's Jacques Poitras spoke with Minister of Local Government Daniel Allain about his "non-negotiable" stance on bilingualism.

Duration:00:10:32

Winter and homeless in Fredericton

11/24/2022
Vanessa Vander Valk spoke with Joan Kingston, chairperson of Fredericton's Community Action Group on Homelessness, about how the group is preparing for winter.

Duration:00:15:36

Voter turnout

11/24/2022
The last day to vote for local governments is on Monday. So far, voter turnout has been low. Vanessa Vander Valk spoke with Chief Electoral Officer Kim Poffenroth about the low numbers.

Duration:00:09:37

Music Column-Motherhood

11/23/2022
Music columnist Tristan Grant spoke with Fredericton-based band Motherhood. The band shared stories from the road and talked about the music video for their song Shuttered Down.

Duration:00:12:21

Moncton's need for shelter space

11/23/2022
Tuesday morning emergency crews in Moncton were called to the public bathroom outside City Hall, where a homeless man was found dead. The CBCs Vanessa Blanch joined Jeanne Armstrong to talk about the tragic event and what it says about Moncton's need for additional shelter space.

Duration:00:11:29

Donnie McPhee's seed road trip

11/23/2022
Donnie Mcphee, coordinator of the National Tree Seed Center's Indigenous Seed Collection Program, visited over 40 Indigenous communities across the country collecting seeds, and showing others how to preserve them. He spoke to Jeanne Armstrong about his 17-thousand kilometer journey.

Duration:00:13:25

Fight against drug trade

11/23/2022
Small communities are teaming up with the Department of Justice and Public Safety to form integrated policing units to fight against trafficking and the spread of illegal drugs. Woodstock Mayor Art Slipp told Jeanne Armstrong what he hopes will come from the initiative.

Duration:00:11:39

New Brunswicker at the world cup

11/23/2022
Barry Morrison, head coach of UNB men's soccer team, is in Qatar watching the world cup. He joined Jeanne Armstrong to talk about what it was like to watch the Canada vs. Belgium game in the stadium.

Duration:00:10:07

World Juniors behind the scenes

11/22/2022
The World Junior hockey tournament will begin in Halifax and Moncton in just over a month. Investigative reporter Karissa Donkin gave Jeanne Armstrong a look at requirements some governments are putting in place, following months of criticism of Hockey Canada.

Duration:00:09:52

Mystery photo

11/22/2022
Bill Pope talked to Jeanne Armstrong about a mysterious photo of two New Brunswickers he took over 50 years ago. Now he's trying to find out who they were.

Duration:00:09:02

Playhouse preview-holiday season

11/22/2022
Tim Yerxa gave Jeanne Armstrong a look at some upcoming holiday shows at the Fredericton Playhouse.

Duration:00:09:21

Shirley Bear

11/22/2022
Shirley Bear died on Saturday, she was a respected elder, writer, artist, and feminist from Neqotkuk, or Tobique First Nation. Terry Graff, former CEO of the Beaverbrook Art Gallery, got to know Bear while working at the gallery. He joined Jeanne Armstrong to remember Shirley Bear.

Duration:00:10:22

Tools to learn Wolastoqey

11/21/2022
Kehkimin means "teach me" in Wolastoqey. It's also the name of a new app, and book collection to help children learn the language.

Duration:00:07:45

Heat pump program

11/21/2022
This week, Ottawa announced its oil to heat pump affordability program. Ruth Talbot from Natural Resources Canada joined Jeanne Armstrong to talk about the new program and who it might help.

Duration:00:11:45

Daycare staffing

11/21/2022
Johanne Perron of the New Brunswick Coalition for Pay Equity spoke with Jeanne Armstrong about how mandating fair wages and benefits for child care workers could be part of the solution to the province's current daycare shortage.

Duration:00:14:07

Former NB country star

11/20/2022
After more than 60 years, a former NB country star is making a comeback. Jeanne Armstrong spoke to Emma Robbins about her new album.

Duration:00:14:17

New museum questions

11/20/2022
Green Party leader David Coon is looking for answers surrounding the plan to bring the New Brunswick Museum back to life. Jeanne Armstrong spoke with him about his concerns.

Duration:00:13:45

Upcoming elections

11/20/2022
It's just one week until election day for some local governments in NB. The CBC's Jordan Gill joined Jeanne Armstrong to talk about the elections happening in the Fredericton region.

Duration:00:10:34

Decline in literacy scores

11/17/2022
New Brunswick's child and youth advocate Kelly Lamrock joined Jeanne Armstrong to talk about the decline in student literacy rates over the last ten years.

Duration:00:15:18

Car thefts & petty crime

11/17/2022
Jeanne Armstrong spoke with Fredericton police chief Martin Gaudet about the increase in local car thefts.

Duration:00:18:54