Today’s Headlines: The province says that five people have died from COVID-19 in their latest update yesterday. The Edmundston police officer who fatally shot a 26-year old Indigenous woman during a wellness check testified during the coroner’s inquest yesterday. Officials with the New Brunswick Department of Justice and Public Safety will take part in International
Today’s Headlines: New Brunswick’s child and youth advocate says a new Children’s Act is the right way to reform the child welfare system. The Court of Appeal has upheld a decision to continue the ban on flavoured e-cigarettes in the province. The New Brunswick Human Right Commission is looking for nominees for their annual top
Happy Friday the 13th! Here are your headlines in the news today: New Brunswick has hired more than 170 nurses in hard-to-fill positions. A new committee has been greenlit to go over the salaries and benefits of the Province’s MLAs. 176 nicotine patches were seized at the Dorchester Penitentiary last month. A new trust fund
I chat with Amy Ash, guest curator of the exhibit “it comes in waves”, about grief, appreciation, absence and loss.
Nadia Francavilla joins me to talk about the Music UNB performance, “Music and Morality”.
The End of the World… as we know it, but students graduating into this new reality don’t exactly feel fine. Hosts Jessica Gioccone and Guinevere Santaguida try to put The Ukraine, climate change and the pandemic in perspective for Generation Z.
Len Falkenstein, Caleb MacPherson and Amanda Thorne join me to talk about Theatre UNB’s presentation of Middletown.
I talk with funny guy Jake Martin about his upcoming production, SNAKES ARE COOL!.
With most of us hoping we’re on the off-ramp of this pandemic, hosts Rachel Laforge and Pierina Riva Robbiano take an audit: What did we end up losing, and what did we gain?
Matt Carter (co-producer) and Jason McIntyre (the voice of “Lowell”) join me to talk about the local podcast audio drama “Fortune of Wolves”.
Director of the UNB Arts Centre Marie Maltais joins me to talk about the World Water Day 2022 update to the “H20: An Ocean of Science” app.
A chat with Emily Darling and Chris Rogers about Drama UNB’s production of “Tough!”
Alex Compton and Keaghan Keddy explore how young athletic prospects have been penalized with lost development, and how that frustration sometimes manifests itself with racism on the ice.
Hosts Guinevere Santaguida and Meelahn Scott-Weabury explore how new voices are reshaping the culture, commerce and cuisine of New Brunswick.
Interview with Len Falkenstein, Seth Giberson and Amrin Panjwani about Theatre UNB’s upcoming production of “The Ends of the Earth”.
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Today I chatted with Allison Green, the Executive Director of CreatedHere Magazine.
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I’m joined by Len Falkenstein, Michelle Osier and Zerach Kearney about Theatre UNB’s upcoming play, Metamorphoses.
Headlines: New Brunswick reported 46 new cases of COVID-19 on Monday. Police looking into a possible weapons complaint on the north side. A group of New Brunswick Anglophone schools will start new French programs. Belledune’s coal-fired power station won’t operate past 2030. The province aims to create new workplace-wellness strategies for healthcare. Nominations are open