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.
Information Morning from CBC Moncton is your essential source of news, weather, traffic and stories from your community. Join Jonna weekday mornings.
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.
The Atlantic Canada Golf Podcast. Len Currie and Chris Currie talk and banter on about what's going on around Canada's incredible East Coast Golf Industry. PEI, New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, and Newfoundland. 🇨🇦 ⛳️
Rutgers Student Radio Sports Talk Show. Live on 88.7 FM New Brunswick from 6-8pm Monday-Thursday and 4-6pm on Friday. Hosted by the people who know Rutgers the best.
Audio sermons delivered at the chapel of New Brunswick Bible Institute (NBBI).
The East Coast Beer podcast, exploring the stories behind your favorite craft breweries and craft beer destinations in Atlantic Canada.
The best newspaper in Canada is a podcast. Every Monday, we bring you original reporting on the most interesting story in the country. Every Thursday, we bring you analysis of the Canadian media. We break stories today that determine tomorrow's news cycle. We hold the powerful to account, and we scrutinize institutions and individuals that others won't. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Capital Community Church is located in Fredericton, New Brunswick, Canada, and is pastored by Lead Pastor, Jack Leaman and Assistant Pastor, Matthew Woodward. For more information about our church, find us online at: Website: www.capitalcommunity.ca Facebook: www.facebook.com/capitalcommunitychurch Instagram: www.instagram.com/ccc_fredericton YouTube: www.capitalcommunity.tv
helping parents make decisions since 2015
Welcome to Soul Sister Conversations where host Dana Lloyd has conversations that inspire and empower you to connect more deeply to your authentic self. Each Sunday morning a new episode is released covering topics of personal development, leadership and spirituality. Located in New Brunswick, Canada, Dana connects with local, regional & international guests including NY Times Best Selling Authors. Connect with Dana Lloyd at www.DanaLloydLeadership.com Thanks for listening!
New Brunswick Nondenominational Church | Ethnos sermons
«Viewpoints» is the latest podcast and news magazine produced by the Community Radio Fund of Canada. It provides an overview of what’s happening across Canada, thanks to some 20 radio reporters posted across the country (British Columbia, Alberta, Ontario, North West Territories, Québec, New Brunswick and Nova Scotia) and working for the Local Journalism Initiative (LJI). The Local Journalism Initiative (LJI) supports the production of original civic journalism news content that covers the d ...
A Weekly spot of pure desi fun and music
A regular online New Brunswick political panel, hosted by Jeanne Armstrong
This 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 iss ...
The Run is hosted by Paddy Quinn and Gerry Green and features the sports scene in Miramichi and points beyond. More often than not, it is a podcast about nothing.
Kingdom Living Ministries is a Christian Church. We believe in the inerrancy of 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 mak ...
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.
Lewisville Baptist Church, Moncton, New Brunswick, Canada
A New Brunswick podcast all about the sport of geocaching
In this podcast attorney, Gabriel DiLeonardo of the NJ Injury Guys law firm talks about his day-to-day of representing those who have been injured due to negligence. The personal injury law firm handles many types of lawsuits for accidents such as: dog bites, car accidents, slip and falls, birth injuries, medical malpractice cases, and many other personal injuries.
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.
Restoration Place delivers encouragement through the word of God, and pastors John & Darlene Bazemore in North Brunswick, New Jersey.
Pastor in New Brunswick, Canada sharing my journey in the prophetic to encourage you on yours.
Sermon’s preached at Chipman UPC, New Brunswick
elm & ampersand is a poetry podcast recorded in Fredericton, New Brunswick.
The weekly radio show of the Sea View Full Gospel Church in Back Bay, New Brunswick, Canada.
Two guys sitting around the water cooler talking about NHL, fighting, NBA, politics, CFL, and all general interest topics. University of New Brunswick alumni. Recorded from Saint John, NB, and Calgary, AB. 🏒 🥅 🏀🛹🥊🏈🏂🥋⚽️🥍⚾️🏆🏅🎾 Original Canadian Content 🇨🇦 All rights reserved. ©️2019
The public affairs forum for 90.3 The Core. Discussing community issues in the Piscataway and New Brunswick area.
Podcast for History 1715 Visual Culture: Looking at the Past at the University of New Brunswick with Dr. Erin Morton.
The Shantymen Podcast will take you on a rugged adventure of spiritual and life conversation, drawing inspiration from the Shantymen of the Miramichi.
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.
Canoe, kayak, stand up paddleboard (SUP), raft, paddle, paddling, whitewater, tripping, and adventure. If any of those words mean anything to you, then this is the podcast for you. We discuss all paddlesports. News, interviews, and information from, about, and for the paddling community.
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.
Leads, promotes, supports, and delivers Coach education
In 2019, Scottish fiddle player Isla Ratcliff spent four wonderful months in Cape Breton, an island in Nova Scotia, on Canada's east coast, with a rich traditional music culture. Isla fell in love with the music, the people and the place. Her experiences there, and in neighbouring New Brunswick inspired her to release The Castalia, her debut album of traditional and self-composed fiddle music. In this series to accompany the album, Isla introduces us to the people she met in Nova Scotia and ...
This weekly podcast is the Sunday morning environment of Polaris Christian Church located in Brunswick, OH. Through the teachings here at Polaris, we strive to help our listeners to Love God, Live in Community, Grow Practically, and Live Generously. We hope you are both blessed and changed by what you hear!
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 ...
NOW’S THE TIME introduces the world to the Maritime Women’s Basketball Association, an elite basketball first for women in Canada. Amplifying the female voice within the game, this season-long podcast presents a fresh ecosystem filled with hoops personality, success stories and educating social perspectives. NOW’S THE TIME for this cultural sports space seeded throughout Atlantic Canada to take flight. Tipping off in 2022, players over 19 will fill MWBA rosters spanning New Brunswick and Nov ...
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.
New and compelling stories from Australia and around the world, told by some of our most popular and trusted historians. Step inside a time machine for an immersive journey through history, where stories of people, places and events bring the past vividly into our present world.
Looking for life-improvement tips and random info.? Jeff and Amy McLennan discuss simple ways you can build a better life, offering curated info with practical takeaways you can start using today. Digestible 30-minute episodes on a wide variety of topics means there’s sure to be something for just about everyone. Plus... Bonus episodes for when they just want to talk about anything. Do they know the things? What do they know? Let's find out! InfoQuench is proudly hosted out of Saint John, Ne ...
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 and blogs at www.unboringwedding.com, teaches tips and tricks on his YouTube channel, and trains wedding officiants at www.unboringweddingacademy.com.
Undergrad Student majoring Liberal Arts at Middlesex County College & Religious Studies and Pre-Med at Montclair State University, Pastor of Heirs Church in New Brunswick Nj. Future Neurologist physician. Interested in the function of the body and spiritual aspect of life, relating to sociology, Anthropology, Psychology, in Physical and Spiritual Mental Health.
Official podcast of the Liberal Party of Canada
A live music review podcast based in Melbourne, Australia. We interview bands about their new releases and talk about gigs.
Sounds Atlantic is a podcast heard weekly that is devoted to artists from Atlantic Canada who perform roots and acoustic based music (i.e., traditional, folk, old-time, “Canadiana”/”Americana”, bluegrass, etc.).
Welcome to Racialized 506 “ an Anti-Racism Conversations” podcast, a series of online conversations brought to you by The Saint John Newcomers Centre. The podcast is intended to underline the challenges of anti-racism and amplify the voices of underrepresented people who experience and confront racism in their daily lives, at school and work, and in our community. By doing this, we hope to encourage positive actions and changes in Greater Saint John area. The hosts for this podcast are Bob W ...
After hosting a successful morning radio show, Nathan Knight and Tosh Taylor are excited to be back working together.Not excited enough to be back in the same space but make it work from Manitoba & New Brunswick. They are constantly learning more and more about each other through dumb things they have done in their lives that always seem to come up each week with current affairs and other idiots around the world. Become one of their friends by listening in and relaxing...or letting them give ...
Fredericton city council has approved next year's budget. Jeanne Armstrong spoke to finance chair, Henri Mallet about varying property tax rates, inflation and more.
Dr. Raj Bhardwaj is our medical affairs columnist.
Postpartum depression isn't just something new moms experience. A growing amount of research shows it's common in new dads too. Our house doctor, Dr. Mike Simon, discusses feelings of anxiety and depression after childbirth.
Featuring Celtic, folk,fiddle and country music from The Barra MacNeils, Jimmy Ranking, Gordie Sampson, Buddy MacDonald, Bruce Guthro, Bobby Brown and the Cape Breton Symphony, John Allen Cameron, The Divorcees, and Dominique Bourasque. https://www.facebook.com/ron.moores.18By Various artists from Nova Scotia and New Brunswick
Episode 352 ~ November 17, 2022 Podcast Info / Topics Paper towns are an ingenious detail only found on maps. Lost portages in New Brunswick were the highways of old that allowed you to travel from the coast to Montreal and beyond. Outdoor electronica is everywhere. When did hiking, biking, and kayaking get so complicated?…
On this week’s "Insights" podcast, Don Mills and David Campbell are continuing their discussions about the energy sector and the transition to net zero by 2050. In previous podcasts, we have covered renewable energy, natural gas and other topics. This week, they're talking to Stephen MacDonald, President & CEO of EfficiencyOne about the role of ene…
Andrew Black is the mayor-elect of the town of Tantramar.
Dorothy Shephard is New Brunswick's minister of social development.
After a tumultuous few weeks for the New Brunswick Museum, including political point-scoring by provincial and municipal leaders, and accusations of interference by the Irving family, the chair of the Museum board, Dr Kathryn Hamer, joins us for her first interview in nearly a year.
Coun. David Hickey tells us about the new shelter that is opening up at the former Belyea Arena to help with the overflow from existing shelters.
There are over a thousand sites across the province contaminated with oil, diesel and gasoline. Some of them have needed to be cleaned up since the 80s. New Brunswick's Auditor General says they pose a risk to our health, and the environment. Vanessa Vander Valk spoke to Paul Martin.
A Fredericton dietitian shares ideas on how to stretch a buck with the high cost of food making it difficult for many people to eat well. Vanessa Vander Valk spoke to Bridget Pyke, a registered dietitian in Fredericton.
Chris Surette and Jan-Sebastian Lapierre are with A for Adventure.
Robots won't be taking over any time soon, but they might be assisting on your next surgery. Medical columnist Dr. Peter Lin explains.
Izabell Fagan spoke with the CBC's Cindy Grant about how she cared for her late mother Isabella Gomori through her Alzheimer's diagnosis and why the power of cooking still connects the two today.
Alec Crouthamel, Arnav Sarkar, Joe Henry, Jackson DiLullo, Alex Carmenaty, and Eddie Kalegi discuss their harrowing experiences over the past week, including a hospital visit and a car fire, and discuss this past week's NFL slate, along with the future of the Green Bay Packers.
Alec Crouthamel, Arnav Sarkar, Joe Henry, Jackson DiLullo, Alex Carmenaty, and Eddie Kalegi talk World Cup Soccer, Rutgers Men's Basketball, and give their Locks of the Week. Plus, Alex interviews Rutgers Men's Soccer head coach Jim McElderry.
Had a cheeky little chat with Bert McCracken about what's going on in The Used camp Check out our sponsors EARJOBS For 10% music earplugs use code WWDOTW10 Head to earjobs.com.au for all your hearing protection needs HAPPY PESSIMIST CLOTHING Use code WWDOTW15 for 15% off your first purchase Go to the HP website and get yourself some sick threads CU…
Erica Butler is the news director at CHMA in Sackville.
Maryam Naslafkih is a registered dietician in Saint John.
We talked yesterday with tenant advocates about the rent cap being scrapped in January. This has people living on the poverty line concerned they will no longer be able to afford an increase. Jeanne Armstrong spoke to Minister Jill Green about the decision to do this and what it will mean for tenants.…
People in newly amalgamated municipalities across the province picked leaders yesterday. Mount Allison political scientist, Geoff Martin outlines the challenges and surprises that may lay ahead for those new leaders.
Dawn Arnold is the Mayor of Moncton.
The federal government has announced 8.7 million in funding over three years to help species at risk. Jeanne Armstrong spoke to Paula Noel with the Nature Conservancy about how this funding will be used in New Brunswick.
Seafood Giant Cooke Aquaculture was ordered to wrap up its steelhead farming in Washington State's Puget Sound after the state's Department of Natural Resources decided against renewing the company's remaining leases on net pens there. Cooke Aquaculture vice-president of public relations, Joel Richardson joined us with the details.…
Mount Allison University political scientist Geoff Martin is the author of the essay "New Brunswick Municipal Reform Sticker Shock" published in The Journal of New Brunswick Studies.
Sandy Robb sees herself as the queen of the bargain. But even she can't find any at her local grocery store. The Fredericton woman lives near the poverty line, used to be homeless and used to rely on the foodbank. We take a tour through the aisles at the Superstore to see how she's coping with the sticker shock.…
Dylan Allen, Gideon Fox, Jack Bisaha and Moshe Golubtchik finish off the show talking about Rutgers Basketball's upcoming games vs Miami and #10 Indiana. Then close out the show discussing the future of the New York Football Giants and if they will make the playoffs after dropping two straight games vs. the Lions and the Cowboys on Thanksgiving.…
Dylan Allen, Gideon Fox, Jack Bisaha and Moshe Golubtchik talk Rutgers football and their season ending loss to Maryland, 37-0. We also discuss the search for a new offensive coordinator for the team as they head to the offseason. Then the four of us give our weekly best bets and wrap up the show talking about the WRSU Fantasy Football League and t…
The Carbolic Smoke Ball was touted as a miracle cure for all kinds of illnesses that were rife in the 1890s. It never actually cured anything, but what it did do was change the law forever.By Australian Broadcasting Corporation
*A note to listeners: Today’s episode deals with sexual violence inflicted on Indigenous minors and won’t be suitable for all listeners. In 2006, RCMP Const. Joseph Kohut kicked down the door to his ex’s home in Prince George, B.C., and left with certain belongings. His ex said that one of the things Kohut took was a videotape showing him sexually …
Alexis Simon knows first-hand what families need when it comes to hiring a babysitter — and she’s used that mom-instinct to open the Atlantic Babysitters Club. Her agency matches qualified sitters (mature, experienced caregivers with... The post Mom creates Atlantic Babysitters Club to help parents in Moncton, Halifax find reliable, qualified child…
The Feed a Family campaign starts today, raising funds for food banks in District 3 so people in our communities can have a Christmas meal. Jeanne Armstrong spoke to Jane Buckley who runs District 3 food banks, and Alex Boyd at Greener Village, about how the rising cost of everything is affecting people in our communities.…
The province announced a slate of new tenant protections, but the rent cap desired by many wasn't on the list. We hear reaction to Minister Jill Green's decision, and speak with Professor Julia Woodhall-Melnick, a housing specialist, and director of the HOME research lab at the University of New Brunswick.…
Kim Poffenroth is New Brunswick's Chief Electoral Officer.
Dale Hicks is the president of the Food Depot Alimentaire.
Recent deaths of homeless people in Saint John and Moncton have sparked outrage and a call for the province to do more to combat homelessness. Host Julia Wright speaks with Melanie Vautour, executive director of Fresh Start, says so much more needs to be done to support the homeless population in the city.…
It was a goal to be celebrated. And a hard loss to swallow. We checked back in with UNB soccer coach Barry Morrison. He's in Qatar at the World Cup and was at yesterday's Canada men's soccer game against Croatia.
Rachel Legacy was a friend of Amanda Ngo's.
Thomas Raffy and Nick Landry are soccer fans in Moncton and former hosts of the podcast Soccer Talk with Tom & Nick.
Mary MacDonald is the mother of Luke Landry.
Lori Griffin and her partner Paul Kuster planned to retire on Deer island. But they are now running an inn and making ice cream. This year, Mercury Ice Cream is partnering with Harbour Lights and they have created a unique flavour to raise funds for the campaign.
A land swap to help with affordable housing development is one of the last things Blacks Harbour council resolved to do before the village is amalgamated into the entity of Eastern Charlotte. Host Julia Wright speaks with Mayor John Craig.
Abdul Khan is the president of the Moncton Muslim Association. Mohammed Tom was a good friend of of the man who died in the ER.
Former city councillor John McDermid died this year at the age of 54. We hear from some of his council colleagues, who put a plaque in his honour at Graystone brewery.
Pastor Alex Kinney preaching Sunday morning. November 25th, 2022. Find us online at: Website: www.capitalcommunity.ca Facebook: www.facebook.com/capitalcommunitychurch Instagram: www.instagram.com/ccc_fredericton YouTube: www.capitalcommunity.tv The Conversation Podcast: www.anchor.fm/ccc-theconversation Sermon Archive Podcast: www.anchor.fm/capita…
Missionaries to the Fiji, Troy and Jennette Wickett speaking on Friday evening. November 25th, 2022. If you would like to support the Wickett's and the work in Fiji, you can give capitalcommunity.ca/give and please put "Wickett" or "Fiji" in the comment field. Find us online at: Website: www.capitalcommunity.ca Facebook: www.facebook.com/capitalcom…
By Alex Poindexter
Today I chat Gordie Lavoie, an experienced business owner who shares his authentic journey to finding happiness and success. Gordie is the Past President of Sunny Corner Enterprises, an inductee into the New Brunswick Business Hall of Fame and contributor to the business community both past and present. He openly shares how he hit his limit within …
Had a chat with the boys from Aburden about their new track Believe Me and all the other shit that's going on Watch the video here Check out our sponsors EARJOBS For 10% music earplugs use code WWDOTW10 Head to earjobs.com.au for all your hearing protection needs HAPPY PESSIMIST CLOTHING Use code WWDOTW15 for 15% off your first purchase Go to the H…