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Saint John agency Kaleidoscope is hoping to help fill gaps in the workforce with a new program that pairs retirees with companies in need of support. Michele Lodge, project coordinator with Kaleidoscope, talks with CBC's Julia Wright about the benefits and how people can get involved.
 
There will soon be a new transportation alternative for residents of Grand Manan and visitors to the island. It's the latest location for a car-share program operating in Charlotte County. Brianna Cowie, Executive Director of Eastern Charlotte Waterways and Bonnie Morse, Mayor of Grand Manan share the details with host Julia Wright.…
 
Some 12 and 13-year-olds are filling out mock loan applications for a first car, as part of their lessons in financial literacy. Saint John teacher, Angela Leger, talks about her passion for teaching the subject, and why she'd like to see students learn more about it in middle school.
 
NBTA members took a survey about the overhaul to the French immersion program and say they are nowhere near ready for implementation next September. Connie Keating, NBTA president, speaks on the near-universal dismay teachers are feeling towards the Innovative Immersion Program.
 
There are 650 acres of undeveloped land out at the Saint John Airport. The CEO is hoping a recent extension on the airport's land lease with Transport Canada might make it more attractive to new companies. Sandy Ross talks about the benefits a logistics park would have for Saint John.
 
The Swallowtail Lighthouse on Grand Manan is one of two New Brunswick landmarks to make it into the top 10 of The Next Great Save. Andrea Kelter joined us to make the pitch for your vote and told us what a difference a 50 thousand dollar grant would make towards the Lighthouse Restoration project.
 
Saint John's 200-year-old Stone Church on Wellington Row is a national historic site. It's one of two N.B. landmarks to make it into the top 10 of a national competition called The Next Great Save. Rev. Jasmine Chandra tells us how to cast your vote and keep them in the running to win a 50-thousand dollar grant to preserve the building.…
 
Saint Johners have been writing in by the dozens with suggestions to name the City's plows, but Scotland was doing it first. Robyn Dale who is with the contracting company that handles the plowing and naming the plows for southwest Scotland tells us what's in a plow name.
 
Up to 450 students will be attending school in the former museum at Market Square.Lycee International facilitates exchanges for students from Europe, Africa, and around the world. CEO of the regional growth agency Envision Saint John, Paulette Hicks tells us more about the plan and what it means for growth in uptown Saint John.…
 
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