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After Gail Branscombe heard our interview last week about wait times for medical procedures, she wrote in with her experience. She's expecting to wait 2 years for her hip replacement.
Saint John boxing phenom Charlie Cavanagh joins us to chat about her medal-winning performance at the Women's World Championships in Turkey last week.
Bob Osborne is the owner of Cornhill Nursery.
Last year's strong economic recovery continues in 2022, but high inflation and labour shortages pose risks to growth in Atlantic Canada. Fred Bergman, a senior policy analyst for APEC, looks at New Brunswick's economy.
Megan Read has the business news for Tuesday, May 24th .
Natalia Haidash is an executive member of the Ukrainian Club.
Alice and Marijke Hachamer are the two women who founded Adoringly Shire, a community-supported, pay-what-you-can centre for young people and adults. It's open to everyone but primarily serves the LGBTQ community in Saint John.
Samantha Knight is national conservation science manager with the Nature Conservancy of Canada.
Briana Cowie of Eastern Charlotte Waterways shares their vision for the old grocery store across the street from their headquarters in Blacks Harbour and how they're using government funding to create an accessible green space for the public.
John DeCourcey is the head coach of the Moncton Flyers.
For a few downtown restaurants, things were starting to feel like we were getting back to normal. That was before a fire caused serious damage and put staff out of a job. We spoke to Leah Clowater, a server at Brewbakers.
After four days of testimony at the coroner's inquest into the death of Chantal Moore, the jury returned with recommendations for improved training for police and an improved relationship with Indigenous communities. We heard from Manju Varma, New Brunswick's commissioner on systemic racism.
Vett Lloyd is a biology professor at Mount Allison and head of the Lloyd Tick Lab at the university.
We take a look at four festivals coming to the province this summer; N.B. Punk, Inspire, Living Roots, and Flourish.
Megan Read has the business news for Friday, May 20th.
Manju Varma is New Brunswick's commissioner on systemic racism. She attended the inquest.
William MacCallum is an electric vehicle owner in Alma.
Film columnist Jericho Knopp brings us the Netflix drama Operation Mincemeat, a movie that involves a corpse, a submarine and an elaborate backstory.
Kim Christie-Gallant organized a petition calling for better safety and immediate action to address criminial activity in the area. Greg Turner is the MLA for Moncton South.
Grand Mananer Gregg Russell and Mayor Bonnie Morse talk with us about Scotiabank's decision to cease operations on the island and the steps they're taking to save the bank.
Matthew Martin, a Saint John man and the head of Black Lives Matter New Brunswick, was barred last year from joining the city's police commission after failing the security clearance even though he's never committed a crime. After reviewing the policy, the commission recommended no changes to the level of security, but now city council is taking a …
Marc Leger is president Fundy Hiking Trails Association.
The average price of a liter of gas in this country topped two bucks for the first time. We heard from Professor Ian Lee about what's behind Canada's soaring gas prices and what consumers are facing this summer.
Jennifer Brady is director of the School of Nutrition and Dietetics at Acadia University.
Frederic LaForge is the founder and CEO of The Farmers' Truck, a company that makes mobile farmer's market trucks.
New research indicates logging is causing huge population declines in many bird species in the Maritimes, Matt Betts, who grew up in Saint John, is the professor of forest ecology at Oregon State University who led the research.
Our music columnist Peter Rowan tells us about Hilary Ladd's hotly anticipated musical storytelling event in uptown Saint John.
Saint John police Chief Robert Bruce has struck a new community action committee to address the rising number of overdoses and overdose deaths in the city. Bruce said the solution is to work with organizations, such as Avenue B, and eventually get people off drugs entirely. The CBC's Hadeel Ibrahim spoke with Julie Dingwell, executive director of A…
The CBC's Jennifer Sweet walks us through a week of difficult and emotional testimony at the coroner's inquest into the shooting death of Chantel Moore, a 26-year old Indigenous woman who was shot by an Edmundston police officer who'd been sent to check on her well-being in June of 2020 .
A shirt that's so much more than just a garment. Today Ukrainians in Fredericton and around the world are celebrating a national day in honour of their traditional embroidered Vyshyvanka. Katya Naiman from Odessa, is a member of Fredericton's Ukrainian community and told us why this day is so important.…
It has been a week of difficult and emotional testimony at the coroner's inquest into the shooting death of Chantel Moore. The CBC’s Jennifer Sweet brings us that story.
Megan Read has the business news for Thursday, May 19th.
The U.S. is facing a nationwide shortage of baby formula. Here in Canada, we haven't been as hard hit. We speak with food distribution professor, Sylvain Charlebois to find out more.
Does the level of previous COVID-19 infection in New Brunswick's population give us any protection? We wade through the changing messages on immunity with Dr. Catherine Hankins of McGill University. She's a professor of public and population health and a member of Canada's COVID 19 immunity task force.…
As local boxing star Charlie Cavanagh chases a world title, we go back to where her remarkable career started at the Saint John Golden Gloves boxing club. Host Julia Wright speaks with Joe Blanchard, president of the Saint John Golden Gloves boxing club as well as the provincial coach for Boxing NB and one of Charlie's first coaches.…
This week, the average price of a litre of gas topped two bucks ($2) for the first time. Markham Hislop is an energy and climate journalist and host of the podcast Energi Talks. He speaks with host Julia Wright about what's behind Canada's soaring gas prices and what consumers are facing this summer.…
Does the level of previous COVID infection in New Brunswick's population give us any protection? Dr. Catherine Hankins, is a member of Canada's COVID Immunity Task Force and helps us wade through the changing messages on COVID immunity.
Dr. Catherine Hankins is a professor of public and population health at McGill University, and a member of Canada's COVID 19 Immunity task force .
Tim Yerxa has a preview of Anne of Green Gables – The Ballet, coming to the Fredericton Playhouse May 31.
Dr. Raj Bhardwaj talks about what sorts of precautions you might consider taking if you have a trip planned this summer.
She was called a "miracle case" because she was a youth in care, heading to university. Jessie-Lynn Cross shares her excitement about her big graduation, but also her sadness that most kids in care never get that chance.
Megan Read has the business news for Wednesday, May 18th.
COVID-19 is a key suspect in some severe hepatitis cases appearing among children worldwide. Dr. Peter Lin shares his thoughts.
Sylvain Charlebois is a professor of food distribution and senior director of the Argi-food Analytics Lab at Dalhousie University.
Kayla Breelove Carter is our regular mental health columnist and a counselling therapist with a practice in Moncton.
Gary Woods is an EV owner in Moncton.
Clinton Davis and Hillary LeBlanc are the creators and hosts of BlackLantic. Fidel Franco is the founder and host of Black in the Maritimes.
TJ Burke is the lawyer for the estate of Chantel Moore.
Chris Farella is the director of "The Hound of the Baskervilles" . Nathan Smith plays Sherlock Holmes.
If you really want to help the pollinators, there's more to it than letting your lawn grow. Samantha Knight is a biologist with the Nature Conservancy of Canada. She says growing plants native to the region will go a long way.