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NL's population is declining, but a rural community leader says don't despair. Also, two women make and sell red pepper jelly for charity, and a mom sells her home-sewn fashions online.
A solution to the province's bilingual paramedic issue manages to please both New Brunswick's official languages commissioner and the People's Alliance. CBC's provincial affairs reporter Jacques Poitras gives us the inside story.
"Out with the old, in with the new". That's a mantra society has lived with for generations. But what about the idea that if something is old, it must be better because it has stood the test of time? James Upham of Resurgo Place talks about these competing ideas.
Flu researcher on effectiveness of masks in preventing transmission by health care workers, Feedback on coyotes interbreeding with foxes, Phone-on with rural future researcher Karen Foster on building sustainable rural communities
A new study published in the British Medical Journal is suggesting that the genetic disorder may be 10 times more common than previously thought. Dr. Raj Bhardwaj is our regular medical contributor, he explains what hemochromatosis is and what it does to the body.
After smuggling dozens of endangered bird eggs into the U.K. last year, Jeffrey Lendrum is now facing a three-year jail sentence. Journalist Joshua Hammer recounts the story behind the wildlife criminal who, for years, has poached rare bird eggs from around the world.
As tensions between China and Canada escalate over the detention of citizens on both sides, we talk to two experts about how to solve the dispute and repair diplomatic relations.
Canada's new food guide isn't getting unanimous praise. Reint Dykstra, Vice-President of Dairy Farmers of Canada, shares some of his concerns.
The Canadian Federation of Independent Business hopes the new provincial government has big pair of scissors to cut through red tape. Louis-Philippe Gauthier is the director of provincial affairs for the CFIB in New Brunswick. He says unnecessary regulation can costs businesses in the province millions of dollars.…
Retired NHL'r, Jordin Tootoo took his turn playing right wing for the Sheshatshiu Eagles last night. Tootoo was there as a keynote speaker at the second annual suicide prevention conference. An RCMP constable in Labrador is featured in a new calendar. We'll find out why. We'll tell you about an unusual attack from an owl towards a dog and the s ...…
A bag of flyers covered in snow can lead to costly repairs for your snowblower. Fredericton city councillor Eric Megarity says it may be time for city staff to do something about unwanted flyer deliveries.
Marcus Kingston is part of a group of concerned citizens that is fighting to save Fredericton's first cut-stone building.
Ski Ben Eoin is planning its first ever "Boutilier's Beginner Day" in honour of one of the late founders of the hill, Ruth Boutilier. If you've ever wanted to learn how to ski, this weekend is a good one to try. Ski Ben Eoin's general manager is Rob Carmichael. Plus, we replay our "popcorn" interview with Ruth, it was part of our 2017 Breakfast ...…
Lots of people are afraid of developing dementia, so here's something you can do about it: try your best to stay healthy and fit. World-renowned dementia expert Dr. Ken Rockwood talks about a new study that suggests that FRAILTY is a significant and consistent predictor for getting dementia. Lindsay Wallace, a PhD candidate at Dalhousie Univers ...…
A cautionary tale in this Healthcare Hack. Mary Jane Hampton tells us why you can trust your gut when it comes to your family and the health care system.
S is for snow shoes and H is for hike. Our A for Adventure team talk about their top snow shoe hikes in the province.
A Saint John man's skating trip to Tim Horton's becomes a viral sensation, listeners provide feedback on wildlife sightings, phone in: retirement planning with money coach Judith Cane.
Shaun Majumder has been keeping busy since his time on This Hour Has 22 Minutes. For his new tour, he draws on his experiences coming up against racism, the alt-right and white supremacy in order to find the humour.
In Draw Me Close, Jordan Tannahill invites you to step inside his brain and explore childhood memories alongside his mother. The cutting-edge virtual reality performance opened in London, England last night. Alan caught up with the real life mother-and-son.
Actor and comedian Shaun Majumder unpacks what's funny about hate and how to make white supremacists laugh. Author Noah Isenberg presents an oral history of the Hollywood classic Casablanca. The q screen panel fills us in on the 2019 Oscar nominations.
A feature interview with Ricus Grimbeek, the COO of Vale's North Atlantic Operations and Asian Refineries based in Copper Cliff, ON.
Fredericton is hosting the fourth Songs of the City concert this week. Once again, musicians partnered with the United Way and met with a client to learn about that person's story, and then interpret it in song. Jerry Faye is one of the local musicians performing at the event.
After One Bullet, The Current's series on gun violence last week, Minister of Border Security and Organized Crime Reduction Bill Blair discusses efforts to reduce gun violence in Canada.
Our screen panel convenes to discuss this year's Oscar nominations and a few big questions hanging over the glitziest night in the movie business.
Will the newly created federal portfolio of Rural Economic Development make a difference? Rural sociologist Susan Machum says the rural economy is important for Canada.
Moncton historian Maurice Basque says more civic discussion on bilingualism is needed to make people understand its history in the province, and why it's important. He spoke at a public debate on anti-bilingualism and francophone communities, hosted by the Universite de Moncton.
Hélène Rowley Hotte, 93, died of hypothermia Sunday after getting locked out of the Lux Gouverneur seniors' complex when an alarm went off. We talk to The Globe and Mail's health columnist André Picard about how tragedies like this can be avoided.
Robert Melanson is the president of the SANB and says they're 'trying to build bridges and find things to unite people'.
As more information emerges, a rush to draw damning conclusions from video of an Indigenous protester and teenagers in MAGA hats shows our personal and political bias, says one writer.
Nothing is what it seems!People who are sick are at work? But you're sick! Airbnb isn't a safe haven from hotel prices? Meal prep isn't the best thing in the world? Canada Dry Ginger Ale lacks GINGER??? WHO EVEN AM I???????
Volunteers from the IT community have developed the 'caring calendar' to coordinate services offered in the city for people in need.
Hélène Rowley Hotte, 93, died of hypothermia Sunday after getting locked out of the Lux Gouverneur seniors' complex when an alarm went off. We talk to The Globe and Mail's health columnist André Picard about how tragedies like this can be avoided.
As more information emerges, a rush to draw damning conclusions from video of an Indigenous protester and teenagers in MAGA hats shows our personal and political bias, says one writer.
Do you swear or lash out at Siri or Google when the AI assistant doesn't follow your commands? We talk to experts about what our interactions with the devices could say about human beings.
A town-hall style forum on anti-bilingualism and francophone communities will take place this afternoon at l'Université de Moncton. The public discussion will explore anti-bilingualism sentiment and what can be done about it. Éric Dow is with the New Brunswick Acadian Society.
Do you swear or lash out at Siri or Google when the AI assistant doesn't follow your commands? We talk to experts about what our interactions with the devices could say about human beings.
It seems everyone is talking about the author and now Netflix star Marie Kondo. But what do other tidying up experts think about Kondo's fame and her methods? Kim Eagles is a decluttering expert and owner of Kaos Solutions in Moncton.
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Each day in Canada, the government effectively puts a dollar value on people's lives by deciding which medications to cover. The issues of coverage and cost are magnified exponentially when it comes to expensive drugs for rare diseases. On one side, we have the rights of sick people to access medicine; and on the other, companies saying they ha ...…
Every year CBC Music holds the Canadian Music Class Challenge. Although the Grade 4-8 choir from Northrop Frye School in Moncton didn't win, its members say they learned a lot from the 1970 Joni Mitchell song they chose.
Moncton council approved the purchase of almost two hectares of land Monday night. The CBC's Shane Magee spoke to Councillor Charles Leger after the unanimous vote. Leger is also the chair of the Codiac Regional Policing Authority, which oversees Codiac RCMP and has a building committee planning the new station.…
Constructing a strategy to shelter youth against homelessness was one of the key items on the agenda at the recent Affordable Housing and Homelessness conference in Sydney. Rebekah Mifflin is a CBU student who's working to combat the problem... a problem she knows first hand. And, Brenda Moore has worked with the Cape Breton Community Housing A ...…
Accessibility can be a challenge if your community is built for people without mobility challenges, but Labrador City is working to change that. Cold temperatures didn't stop the snow from falling these past couple of days. We'll speak with a couple of people digging themselves out.
The case of former child refugee Abdoul Abdi has led to changes in how Nova Scotia treats children in care. The CBC's Shaina Luck has more.
The sea may be threatening graves from a graveyard, the NL government keeps a close eye on a forestry company, and the third person in five years becomes Corner Brook's city manager.
The director of a new adaptation of Watership Down joins guest host Laurie Brown to discuss why we feel so compelled by stories about animals that show us what it means to be human.
Three women are alleging that they were sexually assaulted as new RCMP recruits in the 1980s, by the doctor who performed their medical examinations. Warning: This story contains descriptions of sexual assault.
Freya Ridings is a name you're not going to forget. Ahead of the release of her self-titled debut album, the breakout singer-songwriter drops by the q studio to perform her hit single Lost Without You.
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