Information Morning Moncton from CBC Radio New Bru

Information Morning Moncton from CBC Radio New Bru


Information Morning from CBC Moncton is the essential source of news and information for radio listeners. The station broadcasts to the eastern half of New Brunswick from Campbellton to Cape Tormentine, and covers the cities of Moncton, Miramichi, Bathurst, Dieppe and Campbellton. Join the Information Morning Moncton team every weekday.


The Butler - Office Christmas party etiquette  

John Robertson is a certified protocol and etiquette consultant and a professionally trained English butler

Has Christmas lost its meaning?  

Our Information Morning panel: Ben Champoux, Chris MacDonald and Josephine Watson

David Coon - Conflict at Parlee Beach  

New Brunswick's Green Party leader says health minister Victor Boudreau shouldn't have anything to do with Parlee Beach

Conservative leadership debate  

CBC's Parlimentary bureau reporter Catherine Cullen attended the debate

Dave Small - Soup kitchen needs money  

The Chair of the Board for the Ray of Hope Soup Kitchen says their organization is in jeopardy

Lisa Dow - Christmas spirit  

The director of Employment Support Peer Helper's Program Inc says you can get into the Christmas spirit and support a good cause at the same time.

Rob Moore - PC leadership debate  

The Conservative Opposition Critic for Atlantic Canada takes a look at the Conservative Leadership race and the candidates debate in Moncton

Kayla Breelove-Carter - affordable housing  

The Community Development Officer for Social Inclusion with the city of Moncton talks about a housing supply, needs, and demand assessment for the communities of Dieppe and Moncton

Alex LeBlanc - Syrian refugees  

The executive director of the New Brunswick Multicultural Council explains how New Brunswick is preparing to welcome more Syrian refugees before Christmas

Gilles Theriault - Remembering Christian Brun  

The founder of the Maritime Fishermen's Union talks about his friend, MFU director general Christian Brun, who was killed in a car accident December 5

Gabrielle Fahmy - Parlee Beach water  

CBC reporter Gabrielle Fahmy looks how further developments around Parlee Beach could also affect the water quality

Kim Eagles - Organizing for Christmas  

The owner of Kaos solutions in Moncton is an organizer and decluttering expert

Min. Victor Boudreau - Parlee Beach water quality  

The New Brunswick health minister explains why he will wait for an interdepartmental committee's recommendations before he takes action on water quality issues at Parlee Beach

Asha Tomlinson - Air Miles backdown  

After a CBC Marketplace investigation, the biggest loyalty program in the country has reversed course. Vanessa Blanch speaks with Asha Tomlinson of CBC TV's Marketplace

Wizard of Oz - Tantramar Regional High School  

The Wizard of Oz is on stage at Tantramar Regional High School in Sackville. The show producer and four of the actors dropped by for a chat with Vanessa Blanch.

Dr. Scott Mawdsley - Parlee Beach water  

Dr. Mawdsley says Parlee Beach is a public health disaster waiting to happen. He speaks with CBC's Gabrielle Fahmy about his concerns

MP Ginette Petitpas-Taylor - Housing first project  

The MP for Moncton-Riverview-Dieppe explains how funding mental health and housing issues are the first priority of the Liberal government

Housing challenges  

CBC reporter Kashmala Fida speaks with Sabrina Eatmon and Joseph Garland

The Capitol theatre presents "Oliver"  

The Capitol Theatre in Moncton and Tutta Musica have announced the cast for their newest production

Now Showing - Nutcracker  

Capitol Theatre managing director Kim Rayworth talks about the annual holiday tradition of Nutcracker presented by the Academy of Classical Ballet & Modern Dances

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