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The hardest part about starting any creative work, whether it's your memoirs or recording an album, is actually starting. Saint Johner Jeff Cook throws down an ambitious challenge to local musicians of all genres and skill levels.
Hillary LeBlanc and Clinton Davis are the creators and hosts of the BlackLantic podcast.
Jeanne Armstrong spoke to Ingrid Harris about what you can do to keep your heat pump running in the frigid temperatures. Then she spoke to Scott Earle and Joan Kingston, two people involved in the new warming centre downtown.
A new show on CBC Gem is a bit like Say Yes to the Dress with a South Asian spin. Film columnist Jericho Knopp explains how the docuseries came to be, and what makes the show stand out.
Earlier this week, CBC's Vanessa Blanch talked about early literacy in New Brunswick and the science behind a new program rolling out in classrooms this fall. In Part 3, she explains what went into developing the curriculum and how that compares to 50-50 immersion being introduced at the same time.
With more layoffs and voluntary buyouts in local newspapers and private radio here in New Brunswick, some journalists are looking at a DIY approach. Aaron Sousa, a student journalist, just started N.B. News Now. Veteran court reporter Don MacPherson just started the Fredericton Independent. They talk with host Julia Wright about the media landscape…
This week we've been talking about early literacy in New Brunswick, and a new program rolling out in classrooms this fall. Today we hear from a psychology professor and former Education Minister Dominic Cardy about what went into developing the new curriculum, and how that compares to the research behind a new French second language program be…
The CBC's Vanessa Blanch has been looking into what goes into developing a brand new curriculum for our schools.
Michael Ford is from Moncton. He lives and works in New York.
Fredericton's official toboggan team is heading to Maine this weekend to compete in the North American championships. Jeanne Armstrong spoke to Barry Morrison.
Listener Tom Hart asked ChatGPT to reform New Brunswick's education system and got some surprising results.
Aloma Jardine is a spokesperson for Codiac Transpo with the City of Moncton.
What options are still open to Indigenous leaders to register their displeasure with Premier Blaine Higgs and his decision to unilaterally cancel their tax sharing agreements? Jeanne Armstrong spoke to Chief Allan Polchies of Sitansisk, or St. Mary's First Nation.
Clinton Davis and Hillary LeBlanc are the creators and hosts of the BlackLantic podcast.
Amy McCarthy grew up in Belledune and was a student in a 50/50 language program almost 40 years ago.
A new study finds doctors are spending too much time on unnecessary paperwork, and millions of hours are being lost that could be spent treating patients. Jeanne Armstrong spoke to Fredericton physician, Dr. Will Stymiest.
Fredericton poet Thandiwe McCarthy writes about what drives him and where he comes from. He shares one of his poems with us, about the remains of his great grandmother, lost in the construction of the Mactaquac Dam.
January's weather led to a late start for ice fishing, but west sider Chris Hardt says he's catching plenty of delicious smelt at Dominion Park. Hardt shares how he cooks freshly caught fish and how everyone can enjoy ice fishing.
It's a big deal when kids are old enough to stay home alone. For parents, it can be both liberating and stressful. Parenting columnist Alison Smith has more.
The CUPE strike of 2021 is the subject of a new book co-published by CUPE and the N.B. Media Co-op. Susan O'Donnell, co-author of the book, Bargaining Forward, tells the story of what happened behind the scenes of Canada's biggest strike in 2021.
A software update gone wrong recently cut 911 services to landlines across the Maritimes for two and a half hours. John Lawford watches the telecommunications industry and he talks with host Julia Wright about N.B.'s 911 system and why it's about to get more complex.
Tim Yerxa tells us about a special Valentine's Day performance by Halifax musician Erin Costello, who's performing not only one of her own albums, but also music by Carole King.
An expert in cross-cultural communications says the key to creating a more welcoming community is better communication through cultural competency. Samah El Maghlawy explains how to increase your cultural competency.
Heart disease is more prevalent among New Brunswickers than you might realize. 1 in 10 people over twenty years old live with it. Dr. Mike Simon talks about the symptoms of heart disease and options for treatment.
Fredericton is breaking records for housing development, but what does that mean for affordable places to live? Jeanne Armstrong spoke to Councillor Jason LeJeune, chair of the city's economic vitality development committee.
A long-awaited footbridge in the town of Sussex will allow people to get from Princess Louise Park to downtown with ease. Sussex Mayor Marc Thorne speaks with host Julia Wright about the benefits of the 200-foot bridge and what this means for the community.
The World Health Organization says health systems are still struggling with COVID-19. A doctor and researcher says going back to a mask mandate in some places would go a long way toward ending the pandemic. Host Julia Wright speaks with Dr. Catherine Clase, of McMaster University's Centre of Excellence in Protective Equipment and Materials.…
Robert Gallant is general manager of the HubCap Comedy Festival. Marshall Button is president.
Jean-Pascal Brideau is a snow sculptor based on the Acadian Peninsula.
Kaitlin Schwan is executive director of the Women's National Housing and Homelessness Network and a senior researcher at the Canadian Observatory on Homelessness.
The province says its new 50/50 plan for French second language learning isn't actually new at all - a similar model was in place in Northern New Brunswick in the 1980s. Amy McCarthy is a product of that program. Jeanne Armstrong spoke to Amy about her experience.
Dr. Anna Banerji is a pediatrician and public health specialist at the Temerty Faculty of Medicine and the Dalla Lana School of Public Health, at the University of Toronto.
Jeanne Armstrong spoke to Dr. Peter Lin about a new study that looks at the main lifestyle factors that keep our minds - and memories - flourishing as we age.
Hillary LeBlanc and Clinton Davis are the creators and hosts of the BlackLantic podcast.
With low literacy scores, will a new way of teaching kids to read work? Today we hear more about the plan to switch from balanced literacy to the science of reading in New Brunswick classrooms.
A housing researcher says extra space in large, private homes could go a long way towards helping people who are housing insecure. A session in Saint John this week offers homeowners a chance to explore the options. Julia Woodhall-Melnik is director of the Home Research Lab at UNBSJ, and Canada Research Chair in Resilient Communities.…
A housing researcher says extra space in a large private home could go a long way towards helping people who are housing insecure. A session in Saint John this week offers homeowners a chance to explore the options. Director of UNBSJ's Home Research Lab, Julia Woodhall-Melnik shares her own experiences renting out part of her home and explains how …
CBC's Vanessa Blanch is exploring how children are learning to read in New Brunswick.In part one, we heard from teachers and educators. In part two, students explain how it's working for them.
As homelessness continues to rise, encampment evictions have become ubiquitous country wide. A recent Ontario superior court decision could change that. Kaitlin Schwan was an expert witness in the case. She's the Executive Director of the Women's National Housing and Homelessness Network.
Emily Peters is the mom of four school-aged kids.
A green comet that hasn't been around for 50,000 years is passing by Earth, and you might be able to see it from your backyard. Jeanne Armstrong spoke to astronomer Chris Curwin.
Jenifer Pitre is the manager community development for the regional service commission in the Chaleur Region.
Fredericton's tiny home community is growing by the week. We get an update on the 12 Neighbours Inc. project from founder, Marcel LeBrun.
Reporter Vanessa Blanch looks at a new curriculum that will roll out across the province in September.
Julia Woodhall-Melnik is director of the Home Research Lab at the University of New Brunswick in Saint John and Canada Research Chair in Resilient Communities.
The World Health Organization announced today it will continue the Covid-19 public health emergency. Jeanne Armstrong spoke to infectious disease and clinician scientist Dr, Lisa Barrett.
New Brunswick's child and youth advocate is sounding the alarm about early literacy scores in New Brunswick, after only 59 per cent of elementary students met the goal for reading last year. Some teachers have already changed the way they teach children to read. CBC's Vanessa Blanch introduces us to the science of reading.…
We hear the story of a Maritime soldier who served and died in World War One, whose gravesite was unknown, until now. Researchers in Belgium have been finding out that kind of information, and trying to contact relatives to let them know where their loved ones are buried.
The way we teach New Brunswick kids to read is changing and as the CBC's Vanessa Blanch reports, there are big hopes that will change our literacy results.
Antonine Maillet is the author of La Sagouine and her friendship with Viola Léger spanned decades. Léger died Saturday at the age of 92.