Information Morning Moncton from CBC Radio New Bru

Information Morning Moncton from CBC Radio New Bru

Canada

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

Lost Stories Project - Sheldrake Island  

Professor Ron Rudin of Concordia University and Marika Drolet-Ferguson of Tracadie update us on the project to commemorate the leper colony of Sheldrake Island

Ask Resurgo Place - Radio CNR  

James Upham is in charge of public programming at Resurgo Place in Moncton

Old Moncton High School  

Moncton city councillors Paulette Theriault and Greg Turner talk about the different proposals for the old Moncton High School

Jason Lawson - Thin ice  

Jason Lawson talks about his icy bath in the Richibucto River

Samantha Wilson - Strawberries in January  

The director of the Live Bait production "Strawberries in January" talks about the upcoming play in Sackville

Moncton city council  

CBC reporter Tori Weldon brings us an update from the January 16 public session

David and Donda Holt - Adoption blacklist  

The CBC's Karissa Donkin looks into David and Donda Holt's adoption experience and their call for changes to the way the province of New Brunswick handles adoptions

Ken MacLeod - NBYO's  big announcement  

The president and CEO of the New Brunswick Youth Orchestra talks about world famous Canadian composer Howard Shore who will compose a piece for the NBYO to celebrate Canada's 150th anniversary

Dr Mark Johnston - PTSD and the RCMP  

Psychiatrist Dr Mark Johnston says PTSD treatment for RCMP officers improving, but not quickly enough

Charles Leger - Moncton council and Ellen's law  

The city of Moncton council will vote on the motion to support the call for Ellen's Law at Monday's public meeting

Daniel Landry - Caraquet awaits tall ships  

Daniel Landry of economic development for the the town of Caraquet talks about the three tall ships that will visit the town of Caraquet on Canada Day weekend

Erin Alvarez - First responders and PTSD  

Erin Alvaraz is director of communications for the Tema Conter Memorial Trust, an organization that helps first responders and their families talks about families dealing with PTSD

Dr Michael Forsythe - Orthopaedic surgery wait time  

The Moncton Hospital surgeon talks about what's being done to reduce wait time for hip and knee surgeries

Robert Sherman - Phoenix pay system  

Radio-Canada reporter Karine Godin speaks with the retired civil servant who is trying to get feedback from the government about his missing severance pay

Courtney Sarault - Speedskating for Canada  

The 16-year-old speed skater from Moncton will represent Canada at the World Junior Championship in Innsbruck, Austria

Now showing - Lion Bear Fox  

Kim Rayworth, managing director of the Capitol Theatre talks about the "musical brotherhood" of Lion Bear Fox performing at the Capitol theatre on February 3rd

Marshall Button - Donations to the Capitol theatre  

The artistic director of the Capitol Theatre talks about two philanthropic donations the theatre is receiving

Orthopaedic surgery wait time  

The CBC's Gabrielle Fahmy speaks with Gilles Lanteigne, president of the Vitalité Health Network and with Paul Godin, a patient waiting for a hip replacement at the Dr Geoges Dumont Hospital about the effort to reduce wait time for orthopaedic surgery

Mark Clements - Mental illness and the RCMP  

The retired Codiac RCMP officer says there's still a stigma within the RCMP when it comes to mental illness

Peter Keleghan - 'Once an Immigrant'  

A new CBC first person documentary is looking at the question of 'when an immigrant feels at home in their adoptive country'. Canadian actor Peter Keleghan is co-writer, executive producer and host of the documentary

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