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Growth is one of Saint John council's main priorities, setting a goal to grow the tax base by 3 percent each year. UNB Saint John business professor and former deputy mayor Shelley Rinehart speaks with host Julia Wright about the that goal and how realistic it is.
The Pfizer vaccine may soon be available for 5 to 11 year olds in this country, but health officials say the size and formulation has changed. Dr. Karina Top is an associate professor of pediatrics at Dalhousie University, and a pediatric infectious diseases physician at the IWK Health Centre in Halifax.…
Sheila Johnston is the acting principal of Edith Cavell School.
We get an update on restoration work at the Ferris Street Forest and Wetland, after it was drained by mistake last spring. Stephanie Merrill is CEO of the Nature Trust of New Brunswick.
It was a bleak COVID briefing, as the province passed one hundred deaths from the virus. The Covid cabinet committee is back: Premier Blaine Higgs, Leader of the Official Opposition Roger Melanson, Green Party Leader David Coon, and Kris Austin, leader of the People's Alliance.
Robert Bourgeois is the owner of Belliveau Orchard.
Joanne Vanderheyden is the President of Federation of Canadian Municipalities. Dan Murphy is the Executive Director of The Union of the Municipalities of New Brunswick.
New Brunswick lost 24 people in the last eight days to the 4th wave of Covid-19. How much worse will it get before it gets better? And what difference will rapid testing make? Professor Colin Furness is an infection control epidemiologist.
Dr. Wayne MacDonald is a former New Brunswick Chief Medical Officer of Health. He outlines what's expected of the office during a pandemic. and the relationship between politicians and public health officers.
Yvon Lapierre is the mayor of Dieppe. Dawn Arnold is the mayor of Moncton. Andrew LeBlanc is the mayor of Riverview.
Dr. Christa Mullaly is an obstetrician and gynecologist at the Chalmers Hospital in Fredericton.
Todd Smith is the principal at Beaverbrook. George Tibbo is a longtime volunteer at the school.
Women who are pregnant are four times more likely to end up in hospital if they catch COVID-19 according to the New Brunswick Medical Society. They are encouraging expectant mothers to get vaccinated. Host Julia Wright speaks with an obstetrician and gynecologist about the vaccine and pregnancy.
Colin Furness is an infection control epidemiologist and assistant professor in the faculty of information at the University of Toronto.
New Brunswick lost 24 people in the last eight days to the Fourth Wave of COVID. How much worse will it get before it gets better? And what difference will rapid testing make? Colin Furness, infection control epidemiologist, speaks with host Julia Wright.
Reem Fayyad is a member of the Arab Culture Club board. Amal Kilani is the coordinator of the program.
What is the risk of someone contracting Covid-19 if they are fully vaccinated? We ask Dr. Peter Lin about breakthrough infections.
Pam Palmater is a Mi'kmaw lawyer from Eel River Bar, and she is the chair in Indigenous governance at Ryerson University.
Planning to cross the border? We hear about one frustrated traveler and her quest to get a PCR test. Mary Nelson is a New Brunswicker who is planning a short trip to the United States next month.
Dr. Raj Bhardwaj has also been keeping an eye on breakthrough cases.
Backlash to a government memo directing provincial employees not to make territorial or title acknowledgements has been swift, and widespread. Mi'kmaq lawyer Pam Palmater shares her take on the damage this has caused, and the reputation the Higgs government is earning across Canada when it comes to it's relationship with Indigenous people.…
Michael Keating is the interim executive director of the New Brunswick Nursing Home Association.
Ted Doncaster was President of the NB Police Association from 1993-2003 and Vice-President of the Canadian Police Association during that period. Joan MacAlpine-Stiles was a Moncton City Councillor from 1992-1999.
Dr. Karina Top is an associate professor of pediatrics at Dalhousie University, and a pediatric infectious diseases physician at the IWK Health Centre. She speaks with host Julia Wright about the COVID-19 vaccine for kids from age 5-11, as Pfizer has asked Health Canada to approve it for kids that age group.…
Charles Stewart walks us through the true story of a murder and hijacking that happened 66 years ago today in Saint John. The murder of Al Graves is one of many stories Charles Stewart uncovered while researching an upcoming book on the history of ambulance service in New Brunswick.
When you don't have a family doctor, and the minister of health is asking that you avoid the ER if you have a non-urgent health issue, you might wonder where that leaves you. Dr. Simon joins host Julia Wright with some alternatives to the ER.
Mayor Donna Reardon speaks with host Julia Wright about the new Saint John council's direction. Council has set priorities for the next three and a half years and Reardon has some on ideas on how to reach those goals
Premier Higgs says anyone working for the province who isn't vaccinated against COVID-19 by the deadline, will be placed on leave without pay. Dan Leger is a lawyer, employment and labour specialist, with Pink-Larkin in Fredericton. He speaks with host Julia Wright about what this means for unvaccinated workers.…
Tired of being tired, and hearing about the pandemic? Host Julia Wright speaks with a counselling therapist about COVID fatigue. Kerri Gaskin-Fowler, a licensed counselling therapist, shares some ideas on coping and also talks about preventing pandemic fatigue from becoming pandemic burnout.
Blair Jerrett is the senior director of marketing for Maritime Travel.
Charles Leger is a Moncton city councillor in Ward 2. Shawn Crossman is councillor for Ward 1.
Dan Leger is a lawyer, employment and labour specialist, with Pink-Larkin in Fredericton.
November 19 is the deadline for government employees to be fully vaccinated, or they will be placed on leave without pay. We ask labour lawyer Dan Leger what that means for workers.
Evelyne Valotaire's mother is a resident at the home.
If you're looking to renovate your bathroom or kitchen, get ready to wait. Plumbers are in hot demand and in short supply. Mark McLean is the owner of Leachman’s Plumbing.
Ingo Hoeltzig spent a year studying in St Stephen with his wife, while there they lived in the Todd mansion on Union Street. He speaks with Julia Wright about the 19th century home, and why it captured his imagination so much he felt the need to create it in LEGO.
A new study looking at how physical and mental exercise can help slow the progress of dementia in those at risk.Dr. Pam Jarrett is a geriatrician based in Saint John who is helping lead the study she speaks with the CBC's Steven Webb. If you are interested in participating call 453-5137 or email firstname.lastname@example.org…
Dominic Cardy is the province's minister of education.
Moncton's Jason Gallant reflects on the many sights seen during his love for local road trip.
Kerri Gaskin-Fowler is a licensed counselling therapist in Riverview.
Rodney Russell is a COVID-19 antibodies researcher, and professor of immunology and infectious diseases at Memorial University of Newfoundland.
Graydon Nicholas is a former provincial court judge and former lieutenant-governor of New Brunswick.
Is the chief medical officer of health there for the public, or for politicians? Patrick Fafard and Andrew MacLean answer our questions about the role our top public health advisor plays during a crisis.
Nursing home workers are running out of time to get their vaccinations against COVID-19 before the government deadline. Sharon Teare is president of the New Brunswick Council of Nursing Home Unions.
The Old North End has a bad reputation in the minds of some, but others say it's home, it's a fantastic community and they are proud to live there. Brent Mason worked with the community's One Change to write a song featuring it's vibe and it's people.
Former RCMP officer Steve Gourdeau is the new chief of the Kennebecasis Regional Police Force. He speaks with host Julia Wright about his goals as he takes the lead of the Force.
Michel Desjardins is the chair of TransAqua, the Greater Moncton Wastewater Commission
Paul Richard is a Moncton city councillor for Ward 4
Christine Picard is a Moncton mother of two teenagers
Chris Eaton is one of judges in the fiction category for this year's Governor General's Literary Awards.