Information Morning Moncton from CBC Radio New Bru

Information Morning Moncton from CBC Radio New Bru

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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.

Episodes

Deanna Allen-Champagne - Bookstravaganza  

Deanna Allen-Champagne, Executive Director of Laubach Literacy New Brunswick has all the details for this year's Bookstravaganza coming up on October 13-15.

Concert for suicide awareness, prevention and hope  

Sally Dibblee and Murielle Doucet are involved in the Beyond the Marshes concert at Mount Allison University on Sunday Sept. 10

Tim Borlase - Parlee beach water  

Tim Borlase, president of the Red Dot Association in Shediac reacts to the fact that fewer boaters are using the free sewage pump at the Pointe-du-Chêne wharf.

Baseball Canada's 13U National Atlantic Championships  

Mike Doucette, president of Moncton Minor Baseball, is one of the organizers of the Under 13 National Atlantic Baseball Championships happening in Moncton at the CN Sportsplex this weekend.

Diana Newton - Frye Fest  

Jonna has a chat with Diana Newton, the new executive director for the Frye Festival in Moncton.

Monique Charron Branam - Bracing for Irma  

Former New Brunswicker Monique Charron Branam lives in Fort Pierce, Florida.

Annette Cormier - Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder  

Annette Cormier, program manager with New Brunswick FASD Centre of Excellence talks the importance of raising awareness of Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder.

Tom Trueman - Sunflower maze  

Tom Trueman, owner of Trueman Blueberry Farms in Aulac talks with CBC reporter Tori Weldon about his amazing maze.

John Andrews - Hurricane Irma  

Moncton businessman John Andrews is worried about his family on the island of Anguilla.

Petitcodiac glyphosate meeting  

The CBC's Shane Fowler was in Petitcodiac for a public meeting about glyphosate spraying in the region. He spoke with Stop Spraying NB organizer Caroline Lubbe-D'Arcy and Jason Killam, Chief Forester with JDI Limited.

Bear sightings in Irishtown Nature Park  

Dan Hicks, supervisor for Parks and Leisure Services with the City of Moncton says a few precautions are being put into place and that there's no need to panic.

Kim Rayworth - Capitol Theatre  

Kim Rayworth, managing director of the Capitol Theatre talks about what's happening inside Moncton's Capitol Theatre this fall.

Fundy National Park - Swimming with salmon  

Danielle Latendresse who does public relations for conservation and restoration projects with Fundy National Park explains how people will be able to swim with salmon every Saturdays in September.

Dr. Raj Bhardwaj - Stem cell therapy  

Our House Doctor Raj Bhardwaj gives us an update on stem cell therapies and why U-S regulators are cracking down.

Moncton city council - Rezoning former Moncton High  

Bill Budd, Moncton's director of urban planning and councillor Blair Lawrence talk about what the rezoning of the property would allow.

Hossein Barar - Healthy school lunches  

Hossein Barar, owner of Dolma Foods in Moncton gives us his thoughts on the importance of nutrition and learning. Send us a photo of your child's school lunch for a chance to win five free lunches from Dolma Foods! Send your photo to infoammoncton@cbc.ca

Bernard Lord - Medavie extra mural  

Bernard Lord, CEO of Medavie Health Services addresses concerns over the privatization of management of the extra-mural program in New Brunswick.

Gilles Lanteigne - Chaleur Regional Hospital  

Gilles Lanteigne, President and CEO of the Vitalité Health Network explains why they hired an outside investigator to look into the "poisoned work environment" at a unit in the Chaleur Regional Hospital in Bathurst

Alex Miller - "Explore the Map"  

Alex Miller, president and founder of Esri Canada talks about the new app "Explore the Map" that was developped for The Great Trail.

French immersion is back in Blackville  

CBC reporter Catherine Harrop speaks with Blackville School Principal Rodney Buggie and teacher Rob Lehnord about the French immersion program offered for the first time in their school.

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