Information Morning from CBC Moncton is your essential source of news, weather, traffic and stories from your community. Join Jonna weekday mornings.
Information Morning Fredericton is your window on the community every weekday morning, from 5:55 to 8:37 on CBC Radio One, the news and stories of our lives in your city and around the province; keeping you informed and engaged.
CBC Radio New Brunswick's Information Morning in Saint John brings you all the news and information you need to start your day. We'll get you connected to your community, your country and the world. Without us, you won't know what's going on.
Huddle's Home Office podcast features conversations with New Brunswick and Nova Scotian community leaders and entrepreneurs from their homes– focusing on issues and events that accelerate and enrich the growth of the region’s economy and culture.
An off the cuff conversation about everything sports. From the arena to the ring, host Paddy Quinn takes you through the past, present and future of everything sport related in Miramichi, New Brunswick and abroad. With a wide range of local guests, from fans to pros, The Run is sure to make your podcast playlist!
The Atlantic Canada Golf Podcast. Nick Frid + Len Currie host weekly updates and banter about what's going on around Canada's incredible East Coast Golf Industry. PEI, New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, and Newfoundland. 🇨🇦 ⛳️
Audio sermons delivered at the chapel of New Brunswick Bible Institute (NBBI).
Capital Community Church is located in Fredericton, New Brunswick, Canada, and is pastored by Lead Pastor, Raymond Woodward and Associate Pastor, Jack Leaman. For more information about our church, visit us online at www.capitalcommunity.ca
The East Coast Beer podcast, exploring the stories behind your favorite craft breweries and craft beer destinations in Atlantic Canada.
helping parents make decisions since 2015
New Brunswick Nondenominational Church | Ethnos sermons
Every two weeks Sherry and Jake chat about different topics, relating to both digital and film photography. The show is mainly focuses on analog photography, with hints of digital photography included. Located in Alberta and New Brunswick Canada. Music by : Sea Hero Cover art photo provided by Sherry Christensen.
This new podcast combines the experiences of an economist, David Campbell and a social scientist, Don Mills, to explore the challenges and opportunities facing Atlantic Canada, to promote data-driven decision making among policymakers and to encourage a wider dialogue and debate leading to greater prosperity for the region. Expect to hear interviews with the top influencers, business leaders and decision-makers across Atlantic Canada to inform, educate and expand the conversations on the key ...
Originally published in 1825 under the title: Sketches of New Brunswick : containing an account of the first settlement of the province, with a brief description of the country, climate, productions, inhabitants, government, rivers, towns, settlements, public institutions, trade, revenue, population, &c., by an inhabitant of the province. The value of this history is in the fact that it was written when the Province was still in its infancy. Although there had been a few small settlements es ...
Kingdom Living Ministries is a Christian Church. We believe in the inerrancy Scripture. We serve the Triune God. We are a biblical, God-centered, Christ-exalting, and Spirit-filled church proclaiming the whole counsel of God's Word. We are committed to the glory of God. We hold God's glory as our vision. We are a body of believers that recognizes the value of truth and the power of God's word. At KLM, we are "Preparing People for Eternity." Our vision is knowing God, loving people and making ...
Also known originally as Second Reformed Church of New Brunswick. Weekly Sermon Podcast. Visit our church at 100 College Avenue, New Brunswick, NJ USA 08901 or check out our website for current events at http://www.secondreformednb.org.
Ty made his first stand up debut at Caroline's on Broadway in New York City several years ago and since has been blazing the comedy circuit. Born in Montclair, New Jersey Ty Raney honed his craft in the small suburban town where cracking jokes or some would say "playing the dozens" was part of survival. Born an 80's baby Ty grew up with the comedic influences of Richard Pryor, Eddie Murphy and Robert Townsend. Later to join the comedy greats in his own voyage with a little assistance from hi ...
Lewisville Baptist Church, Moncton, New Brunswick, Canada
The Shantymen Podcast will take you on a rugged adventure of spiritual and life conversation, drawing inspiration from the Shantymen of the Miramichi.
A podcast for participants in Question the Answers, a Graduate Conference in English at the University of New Brunswick.
Leads, promotes, supports, and delivers Coach education
Restoration Place delivers encouragement through the word of God, and pastors John & Darlene Bazemore in North Brunswick, New Jersey.
Turning Point is our chance to collectively re-discover and re-imagine New Brunswick on the other side of COVID-19.
The Hook delivers New Brunswick stories that capture your attention and make you want more. The stories might be humorous or serious or just entertaining. But they will always be thought-provoking.
The FuseBox Radio Broadcast is an independent syndicated weekly radio show & podcast which features longtime hosts & mix DJs DJ Fusion & Ausar Ra Black Hawk that exists to "Bring the Balance Back to Black Radio" with having a strong focus on bringing a diverse mix of relevant commentary - serious & silly - on everything from politics to popular culture in the news & our personal lives, interviews and independent and mainstream Black Music mixes (Hip-Hop, Soul, Jazz, Reggae, Rock, Funk, House ...
The Scarlet Spotlight is the preeminent podcast for all topics related to Rutgers University Athletics. Hosted by RU alumni Danny Breslauer and Jon Newman, the show looks to provide Scarlet Knights fans -- and those interested in Rutgers sports -- with a unique analysis of the athletic department and its programs. Check-in on New Jersey’s state university’s college sports and follow their journey in the Big Ten Conference. From interviews with prominent figures in the RU Athletics and New Je ...
Join Kyle, Mike, and Hachey on each episode as they feature new, hilarious sketch comedy skits while featuring some of the hottest bands and musical acts in The Maritimes. Strange Dudes is written, recorded, and produced in Saint John, New Brunswick Canada.
Young Code Schofield had lost his schooner May Schofield in an Atlantic gale a few months ago, and now the townspeople on the small island of Grande Mignon off the coast of New Brunswick were beginning to talk suspiciously of the events surrounding that loss. Insurance investigators have been summoned to investigate, friends are alienating themselves from Code, and he finds himsef challenged by even those he's known and trusted his whole life. Does Code Schofield have anything to prove, and ...
The Tale of a Town - Canada is a site-specific oral history and theatre project aiming to capture the collective community memory of Canada's Main Streets, one story at a time, while preserving local heritage and promoting neighbourhood culture.
That's So MLS is the Major League Soccer podcast for the long-suffering fan. Hosted by journalist Andrew Bates and defender Nick Thornton, TSMLS looks at club soccer from a Canadian perspective, with coverage of games and news from around North America.
TAPcast is an educational podcast created by the TA Project based at the School of Graduate Studies at Rutgers University–New Brunswick. Professors, graduate students, administrators, and other members of the Rutgers educational community discuss issues regarding pedagogy in the contemporary classroom. Subscribe and learn more about current trends in university instruction, hear creative tips about managing your time in and out of the classroom, and discover resources for expanding your peda ...
The only podcast dedicated exclusively to economic development in Atlantic Canada.
These are true love stories of couples as told in their wedding ceremony on their wedding day. Mark Allan Groleau is a New Brunswick wedding officiant based in St. Andrews-by-the-Sea who specializes in creating unboring wedding ceremonies. He officiates weddings at www.unboringwedding.com, blogs about wedding officiating at www.howtoofficiateawedding.ca, and trains wedding officiants at www.unboringofficiant.com.
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Boiling Point is the podcast for the ever-evolving entrepreneur and forward-thinking movement pioneer.
Official podcast of the Liberal Party of Canada
In Great.com Talks With... we aim to break down the world’s most pressing problems in a way that is interesting, exciting, and easy to understand. Our podcast hosts, Emil Ekvardt and Spirit Rosenberg, talk with organizations and experts dedicated to doing good in the world. Together, they shed light on some incredible work being done globally.
Each episode of Today in Canadian History contains an interview with a Canadian professor, journalist, author, or “everyday” historian and focuses on a unique event or moment that took place on that day in Canadian history. Today in Canadian History presents Canada’s past in a unique and accessible manner. The series is designed to be a first step to learning more about our past. We would like to remind Canadians not just about what makes our country great, but what makes it complicated, bea ...
On the Way Home is a podcast that brings together the voices and issues involved in ending homelessness in Canada.
COVID-19 is a health crisis with implications across economic life. When we finally see light at the end of the pandemic, where will we stand? Will efficiencies be realized and will we restore balance? Will business and the nature of work be permanently changed? When we look to rebuild, one thing is certain: talent will be essential.The MBA Program at the University of New Brunswick Saint John and Unsettled Media present: Essential Talent! Our new podcast dedicated to hearing the voices of t ...
The Odyssey of Petal & Moth was inspired by the stories behind the making of a story. Or to be more precise, the making of a film. A micro budget one. An indie one. One made with unknown actors. From a little known community. In an overlooked Canadian province. A film that almost never was. And almost never was again. We are the seen and unseen of this project. The performers. The song creators. The set builders. The prop makers. Those who inspired. And those who carried. We are the communi ...
Stories of the Pandemy, for the People of the Pandemy. No one is alone on the Pandemy Show, where we find solace in shared experience and rediscover our common humanity. The Covid 19 global pandemy has many people feeling isolated, but from our perspective, we are all in this together, we’re all humans, trying to figure out life in 2020 and beyond. Whether you are a rat licker, sheeple, or somewhere in between, all are welcome at the Pandemy Show.
The podcast that explores great stories and interesting people on Canada’s internet.
Lisa and Chelle are two Canadian friends who cover True Crime from the True North. You may think Canada is a pleasant little country full of maple syrup, snowy weather and people who say “sorry” all the time, but it’s much more sinister than that. Coast to coast and all throughout history there’s crime being committed across Canada. We ask the questions you want to ask, we theorize on what really happened, and we try to find out the truth behind every single case. If you’re like us, you’ll a ...
Thinking of moving to Canada? Of course you are and we can help. Yes We Canada is the American Progressives Guide to getting the fuck out. Canada… explained… hilariously.
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Your pop culture concierge brought to you every week from two best neighbors from Brooklyn.
So, you’re thinking of moving to Moncton — or anywhere in New Brunswick — and wondering what it’s really going to be like for you & your family? You’ve come to the right place! BOOKMARK... The post What to know about moving to Moncton, New Brunswick with kids appeared first on Pickle Planet Moncton.By Pickle Planet Podcast
Two epidemiologists join us to answer your questions about Covid-19 variants of concern, vaccine effectiveness, and safety. Susan Kirkland is head of the Department of Community Health and Epidemiology at Dalhousie University in Halifax. Ashleigh Tuite is an infectious disease epidemiologist at the University of Toronto's Dalla Lana School of Publi…
JMA Armstrong High School students Savannah Ferris and Alyssa Wilson are helping organize Wellness Week.
Pierre Battah is our workplace issues columnist. He tells us how to achieve "inbox zero", and why we should do it.
By jointly focusing on the deep-rooted economic and social issues that affect us all, we can empower local communities to revitalize their cities. New Brunswick Tomorrow supports and champions quality of life improvements that will benefit all citizens of New Brunswick. Find out how your donation can prevent hard working immigrants from losing thei…
Dave transcends time and space to talk with Jules and Phil who moved their family 1500 km from Kitchener, Ontario to St. Martins, New Brunswick. From a urban centre to a rural ocean community in a UNESCO World Biosphere Reserve. They found a just right home and moved into it without even smelling it. As Ontario enters it's Third Covid Wave they are…
By Marc Affeld and Joe Burima
No matter what device you are using to read this right now, you couldn’t do it without electricity. But as we all try and figure out how we lessen our carbon footprint on the globe, where will we get that sustainable power from so we can keep listening to The Boiling Point Podcast? Luckily for us, folks like our guest Mark McAloon of The Smart are …
Mental Health Ambassador with the University of New Brunswick-Saint John and mentor, Tara O'Toole joins us this episode to talk about her journey out of homelessness and the power of mentorship, mental health support and prevention.By On The Way Home Podcast
By Marc Affeld and Joe Burima
Track By: @MalcolmSef & @prodbyarkin - Album Art: @ViktorStrange Thank You for listening to the Ty Raney Podcast, please don't forget to Share on all platforms and Subscribe. Recently I've been feeling really low in energy with all this murdering being done by certain Police. Let's call it what it is, Murder. It's been very difficult for me my fami…
For this case, we’re going back to the 1970s in Edmonton, Alberta, where Terry and Ron Yakimchuk were preparing to leave their hometown in search of a new life on the east coast. This couple was known for their devious streak - they were progressive thinkers with adventurous attitudes. But when the couple doesn't turn up at their final destination,…
While on the road to catching back up with getting back into giving folks more regular FuseBox Radio Broadcast full length episodes of tunes & commentary during the...interesting start of 2021 + #TheRona20s due to scheduling and other things, here's the latest BRAND NEW DJ Fusion mix of some new & old school Hip-Hop, Soul, R&B, House, Afrobeat, Pop…
By Marc Affeld and Joe Burima
The Best Neighbors Podcast Ep 332 "Someone We Touched" Holla, Neighbors! How's your week so far? We have to break down the RHOBH trailer (Erika bites Sutton's head off!); RHONJ has a psychic moment; & RHOD's not-so-playful pranks are wearing thin. (#JusticeforCharles). We also check out the Netflix doc, This is a Robbery; Hulu's The Orange Years, a…
What will it take to get variants of COVID 19 under control? Dr. Lisa Barrett is an infectious disease and immunology expert at Dalhousie Medical School.
Leanne Hudson created a 'Readers Digest' version of Indigenous history and culture in the province while she was interning at the Provincial Archives.
Workplace columnist Pierre Battah offers a different way to engage with our inbox.
Mareya Salazar of Bathurst will have a recurring role in Charmed.
Abdulgadir Nur has been missing since Thursday. Mohamed Siraj is Nur's son. Ken Biddington has helped organize community search teams.
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James Toner preaching Sunday evening. April 18th, 2021
50 million protective nitrile or latex gloves are thrown in the trash every day in the USA. These gloves all end up in landfill. But how are we supposed to reduce the environmental impact of disposable gloves when the world is increasingly hygiene-conscious? In this episode, find out about Eagle Protect, an ethical trailblazer that’s shaking up the…
Pastor Jack Leaman preaching Sunday morning. April 18th, 2021.
We’ve all fantasized about stopping aging in its tracks. And there might be good news on the horizon. Scientists are testing drugs which might reduce the effects of getting old. The American Federation for Aging Research looks for biomedical solutions to age-related diseases so that we can all live healthier for longer. Find out how your donation c…
It's hard to believe that MLS is already here, despite a historically long break. We preview the teams going into the season and talk about how so many things could change during this season, as we saw last season. We also go through all the CCL action, including some dominance by MLS clubs. And, as ever, we have some NWSL news as well.…
Do I need to be wearing a mask at work or not? Outside or not? In a restaurant seated at a table or going to the restroom? What if I don’t look down and see the arrows on the ground? What if there are no arrows?! Mark Leger admits he's still confused more than a year into the pandemic.By Huddle Today
The all party Covid cabinet committee looks at the current state of Covid-19 in the province. Premier Blaine Higgs, Roger Melanson, interim leader of the Official Opposition, Green Party leader David Coon, and Kris Austin, leader of the People's Alliance.
The Higgs government pulled out of tax sharing agreements with First Nations, looking for a better commercial arrangement. Ken Coates has been watching those developments. He's one of the top Indigenous rights experts in the country.
Norman Bossé is New Brunswick's child and youth advocate
Moncton writer Josephine Watson talks about what it meant to her to translate the children’s book Africville by Shauntay Grant into French.
The disparity between male and female candidates in upcoming municipal elections is eye-opening. We speak with Carley Parish a two-time provincial Liberal candidate in Hampton and Caitlin Grogan a grad student at UNB Saint John who ran against the premier in the last provincial election.
Saint John's own Baby Hands is an up-and-coming rock band who write songs about zombies and COVID-19. Brothers Andrew and Neil Waldschutz and bandmate Carter Russell speak with host Julia Wright.
After five years as the deputy mayor, Brad Henderson is seeking the top job in St. Andrews. He speaks with host Julia Wright about how he plans to separate himself from the incumbent.
A missing Fredericton man is on the minds of people who know him. Andrew Spencer spent time on the streets downtown and would often share his poetry. Journalist Elizabeth Fraser has that story.
Have you ever stopped short of voicing your opinion because you feared it would cause offense, get you in trouble or even cost you your job? The Foster Russell Alliance For Meaningful Expression wants to create an atmosphere conducive to free speech, positive discussion and cross-cultural understanding. Find out how you can help spread a positive a…
In a fun filled first for the Island Green, our guest this weeks joins us for the duration of the show. Nick Peters is the head golf professional at Rustico Resort Golf Course and we were so excited to have him come on to discuss his career in the golf industry, his thoughts on last weeks Masters, the golf courses opening up in Prince Edward Island…
Join us today for a solo show. Nothing too exciting... except it was nice outside! Bring on spring its time to do some shooting! Jake sold all of his Frugal cameras except the Holga... so he's been looking at eBay and may have bought something, Sherry looked at her growing number of loaded but not shot cameras... she's thinking some spring cleaning…
David Ireland has been a housing advocate all his working life, from local authorities to government, to media and charities. Now he’s the Chief Executive of World Habitat based in the UK, whose vision is “a world where everyone has a safe and secure home in a successful community.” World Habitat recently released a report about how organizations a…
The Scarlet Spotlight is happy to be joined by Rutgers men's lacrosse head coach Brian Brecht. In his 10th season leading the Scarlet Knights, Brecht covers the perils of a COVID-postponed 2020 season, the protocols in 2021, clearing the NCAA Tournament for the program and an uncharacteristic year for the Big Ten. He discusses the impact of the Rod…
By Marc Affeld and Joe Burima
Karyne Gélinas of Moncton is a 10 year veteran of the Canadian military.
Crestina Mattah is a school settlement worker with the Multicultural Association of the Greater Moncton Area. Beth Jonah is the community connections manager.
CBC's Vanessa Blanch has been covering the ongoing struggles women are facing getting gynecological care in New Brunswick.
Al Hanson is Head of aquatic assessment, waterfowl and wetlands, with the Canadian Wildlife Service.
Doug Naish is seeking a second term as mayor of St. Andrews, he's being challenged by deputy mayor, Brad Henderson. We're going to speak with both men. Doug Naish is first in conversation with host Julia Wright.
Greg Hierlihy is the interim president and CEO of the Saint John Airport. He updates us on the return of air service to Saint John in light of the Air Canada bailout.
Planning for the Fredericton Regional Aquatic Centre finished one more lap Monday. Chris Ramsey is chair and CEO of Fredericton Regional Aquatic Centre Inc.
Scott Earle is coordinator of the Phoenix Learning Centre. It's preparing to shut down, and send people back to the streets.