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Covered Bridge Chip Strike Jan. 6, 2016
Carl Flanagan is the union rep for workers at Hartland's Covered Bridge Potato chips. This is day two of the workers first job action, after two years of trying to negotiate their first contract.
Arctic Warfare Training Jan. 6, 2016
Lieutenant Daniel Doucet talks about soldiers heading out to train for arctic warfare in Bathurst.
Bus Strike Jan. 6, 2016
Ralph McBride, CUPE's National Service Representative, talks about the status of negotiations between the city of Fredericton and its bus drivers.
Marine Protection Jan. 5, 2016
Maxine Westhead is the Section Head for the Marine Protected Areas Program for Maritimes Region. She talks about making plans to protect New Brunswick's coastal waters.
Exhibition Site Jan. 5, 2016
Deputy Mayor Eric Megarity talks about the future of Fredericton's Exhibition Grounds and Capital Exhibit centre.
Boxer Jan. 4, 2016
Brandon 'L-Jack' Brewer of Fredericton now holds two national boxing titles and has set his sights on world champion.
Safer Fredericton Jan. 4, 2016
Allan Bonner is an expert in risk and disaster management. We find out how Fredericton stacks up.
FREX Fight Jan. 4, 2016
Mike Vokey talks about what's in store for the Capital Exhibition Centre in Fredericton.
Welcome Mat out for Syrian Refugees Dec. 30, 2015
Alex Leblanc gears up to welcome Syrian refugees.
Musician Makes CBC's Top 10 Dec. 30, 2015
A New Brunswick musician's work cracks the top 10 of CBC's top Classical Albums of the year.
Women in IT Dec. 23, 2015
Colleen Kitts-Goguen talks to Andrew McAllister about fewer women entering computer science at universities.
Food Security Mobilizer Dec. 23, 2015
Colleen Kitts-Goguen spoke with Brittany MacLean about solving the food issue in the Fredericton area.
Cleary Support Dec. 23, 2015
Colleen Kitts spoke to Dr. Robert Strang, Nova Scotia 's Chief Public Health Officer
Year End Interview with the Premier Dec. 23, 2015
Jacques Poitras spoke to Premier Brian Gallant
Emma's PJs Dec. 21, 2015
Kim and Brent Pearson tell us how their daughter's love of pyjamas became a way to honour her memory after her tragic death.
Political Panel - Dec 17 Dec. 18, 2015
Political Panel - Dec 17, 2015
Sisson Mine Dec. 16, 2015
Lawyer Dominique Nouvet says not one of the province's Maliseet First Nations supports the Sisson mining project.
NB AG Report Dec. 16, 2015
NB's Auditor General Kim MacPherson is taking another look at Atcon.
Balanced Budget Dec. 15, 2015
Fredericton city councillor Bruce Grandy, chair of the city's Finance and Administration Committee, looks at the budget for 2016.