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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 ...
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The Canadian Medical Association is sounding the alarm about big delays in surgeries and procedures as a result of the pandemic. A new report says more than a billion dollars is needed immediately to get things back on track. Dr. Ann Collins of the Canadian Medical Association explains.
It's been a rough week at two local high schools, with violence, threats of violence, and police officers called in to patrol hallways. We ask anti-bullying and psychology expert Wendy Craig what's behind this, and ASD-West Superintendent David McTimoney what's being done to stop it.
JB Vanier is the director of "The 39 Steps" from Moncton-based Roundhouse Productions. Charlie Rhindress is the writer and director of Live Bait Theatre's "Grandma's Coming Out For Christmas"
Losing the title of New Brunswick's largest city to Moncton years ago was tough enough, but new numbers show we're even trailing Fredericton now. Robert Jones joins us to break it all down and then Mayor Donna Reardon weighs in with her thoughts.
The Wolastoqey first nations in New Brunswick now seek aboriginal title claim over land privately held by some of the province’s largest lumber producers. Jeanne Armstrong talks to Chief Patricia Bernard of the Madawaska Maliseet First Nation.
It may seem like the person loudly snoring beside you is having a great sleep. But it could be just the opposite. Snoring can be a sign of a sleep apnea, a chronic health problem. Dr. Mike Simon chats with host Julia Wright about some of the other concerns that go along with the condition and how it can be treated.…
New Brunswick's White Paper on Municipal reform will lead to many changes, fewer towns and villages and local service districts. And a perhaps a more efficient political structure. The President of the NB Multicultural Council Monsef Lakouas says one reform will give newcomers the right to vote in civic elections.…
A new organization called REACH, Remembering Each African Cemeteries' History in New Brunswick, formed to pay tribute to New Brunswick's early Black settlers. Mary Louise McCarthy Brandt of Fredericton is chair of the organization.
UNBSJ Dean of Arts Heidi MacDonald celebrates the strides made by NB women to regain voting rights, run for office, and play a vibrant role in the political life of the province. She speaks with host Julia Wright with a preview of her talk on women's suffrage in the province, and the work that still needs to be done…
Mary Louise McCarthy-Brandt of Fredericton is a Black historian, elder and community activist and she's creating a new Black led group called REACH, short for “Remembering Each African Cemeteries' History in New Brunswick". The group will remember and pay tribute to New Brunswick's early Black settlers.…
Saint John pediatrician Dr. Sarah Gander and Dr. Scott Halperin, director of the Canadian Center for Vaccinology join host Julia Wright in a province wide Q & A. We take listener questions about COVID vaccines for children aged 5-11. .
We continue our Q & A with Saint John pediatrician Dr. Sarah Gander and Dr. Scott Halperin, director of the Canadian Center for Vaccinology. They answer listener questions about COVID vaccines for children aged five to 11.
PEI's Lennie Gallant speaks with host Julia Wright about his new holiday album, which takes you on a journey through Christmas around the world, from Southern Africa to the streets of Paris to an East Coast kitchen party. He's touring the album now and will be Saint John Dec. 2
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