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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

Living rough

12/6/2022
Jeanne Armstrong spoke to Al Smith and Samantha Seymour who live in Fredericton, and have experience living rough. We get their perspective on homelessness.

Duration:00:14:56

​French in schools​

12/6/2022
New Brunswick teachers say now is not the time to overhaul French second language instruction in anglophone schools. Jeanne Armstrong spoke to Connie Keating, president of the New Brunswick Teachers Association, about how teachers are feeling about the new French for All model.

Duration:00:08:38

​Medical column - Treatment options

12/6/2022
Jeanne Armstrong spoke to Dr. Peter Lin about flu and COVID-19 treatments, like Tamiflu or Paxlovid, how they work, and who benefits most from taking them.

Duration:00:10:23

​Singing for supper​

12/5/2022
​After a long pandemic break, David Myles is back on the road for a live Singing for Supper tour​. Jeanne Armstrong spoke to David Myles about what this tour means to him.

Duration:00:12:03

Laundry surprise

12/5/2022
​A Fredericton man made a surprising discovery while doing his laundry this weekend​. ​Kaushalya Rathnayake​ shares his story.

Duration:00:10:13

​Homeless this winter​

12/5/2022
​Jeanne Armstrong spoke to Warren Maddox about Fredericton's cold weather plan for people without homes.

Duration:00:14:26

Trail plans

12/4/2022
The Fredericton Trail Coalition is looking into some improvements to the system. It is fundraising for money to install new lights to improve safety and looking for ideas on a new community hub. The CBC's Jan Lakes spoke with coalition president André Arseneault.

Duration:00:09:52

Sex Ed. website

12/4/2022
Researchers have created a new resource for educators teaching sex education in New Brunswick schools. Casey Burkholder is a UNB professor, and one of the researchers involved in the project.

Duration:00:11:23

Feed a Family mug design

12/4/2022
Maria Guevara has designed her annual Feed a Family mug a bit differently this year. She spoke to CBC's Viola Pruss about it.

Duration:00:09:06

Long COVID web page launched

12/4/2022
T​he province has ​create​d​ a resource site for people dealing with post-COVID conditions, commonly known as ​Long COVID. Sonia Aube of Petit Rocher​ knows the symptoms well. She's finally back to work months after the virus first knocked her off her feet.

Duration:00:14:56

International student struggles to get to Canada

12/1/2022
Why is a young student still stranded in a Polish refugee camp with her infant son, months after making arrangements to resettle in Fredericton? We catch up with Faith lgogo for an update.

Duration:00:11:55

Santa fundraiser

12/1/2022
​Bruce Noble is a retired family court judge​, ​who​ plays​ the role of Santa's helper every Christmas.​ He recently returned from Santa school​ where he picked up some new skills.

Duration:00:12:26

Lexi's run

12/1/2022
​T​wo of Lexi Daken's friends have organized a 5 K run and fundraiser this weekend in her memory. Lexi died by suicide in 2021. ​Jeanne Armstrong spoke to Lujayn Abuamer and Rachel Ross-Hamilton about why they decided to do this, and how you can participate.

Duration:00:10:11

​Mayors pass baton​

12/1/2022
One politician says goodbye as he closes down his village, the other is saying hello as he takes over as mayor of a community that's just coming into existence. Jeanne Armstrong gets two views of the future after Monday's municipal elections.

Duration:00:12:01

Senior's housing​

11/30/2022
It's increasingly common across this country, low-income seniors struggling to find affordable rental accommodation, or being reno-victed to make way for higher paying renters. With no immediate solutions, where does this expanding population live? Vanessa Vander Valk asked Ricardo Tranjan of the Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives about what he's seeing as he surveys the big trends.

Duration:00:10:58

Food bank client

11/30/2022
We hear the first in a series of interviews with clients at the Oromocto Food Bank, as part of our Feed a Family coverage. Today - Heather Lance tells us what first brought her to the food bank 10 years ago, and the support network it provides.

Duration:00:09:04

Rent caps

11/30/2022
Vanessa Vander Valk spoke to economist Richard Saillant to get his views on the pros and cons of rent caps, and what the removal of the cap might mean for affordable housing in New Brunswick.

Duration:00:10:48

Inside a sexual assault investigation

11/30/2022
Almost six years ago, a 17-year-old girl reported an alleged sexual assault to the Fredericton Police Force. Our Atlantic investigative unit takes us inside that investigation, and explains why the woman says her case wasn't taken seriously by police.

Duration:00:09:27

Transit tech

11/30/2022
​Fredericton Transit is getting some new smart features to make your next trip on the bus a little easier. ​Vanessa Vander Valk spoke to ​Charlene Sharpe​, manager of Transit and Parking Services​​.​

Duration:00:07:33

Backlog of contaminated sites

11/29/2022
There are over a thousand sites across the province contaminated with oil, diesel and gasoline. Some of them have needed to be cleaned up since the 80s. New Brunswick's Auditor General says they pose a risk to our health, and the environment. Vanessa Vander Valk spoke to Paul Martin.

Duration:00:11:08