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Hungry Ducks March 5, 2014
We here about a massive flock of ducks who have landed in a yard near Centreville.
Privacy Breach March 5, 2014
Women who worked with Dr Fernando Rojas want to know why he accessed their personal medical files. The CBC's Jennifer Choi brings us an update on the privacy breach at the George Dumont Hospital.
Obesity in NB March 5, 2014
A new study has found obesity rates soaring straight across the country - with New Brunswick topping the charts. We talk to an expert about what needs to be done.
Ukraine March 4, 2014
A New Brunswicker with ties to the Ukraine shares his thoughts on the conflict in his country.
NB Power Roadshow March 4, 2014
NB Power takes to the road to talk to homeowners about their high power bills. We talk to Bob Scott, NB Power's director of government relations.
24 Hour Online Games March 4, 2014
Josh Green wants to open the world of gaming to people who've been shut out because of disabilities.
Rallying for the rails March 3, 2014
We hear from people campaigning to save Via Rail in New Brunswick.
Molly Bobak March 3, 2014
We remember the life of Molly Lamb Bobak with her friends Inge Pataki and her daughter, Germaine Pataki-Theriault.
Class Action Feb. 28, 2014
A class-action lawsuit against a disgraced pathologist and the Miramichi Regional Health Authority can go ahead, and it could involved as many as 15,000 patients. Terry Seguin talks to one of the lawyers acting for the patients.
Movie Review Feb. 28, 2014
Our movie reviewers take a look at the films up for best picture at the Academy Awards.
Beer Festival Feb. 28, 2014
Terry Seguin talks to Lloyd Chambers, organizer of the second annual craft beer festival in Fredericton.
Safe Washrooms Feb. 27, 2014
Terry Seguin talks to intern Tess Allen about a campaign on university campuses to give everyone a safe place to use the washroom.
NB Liquor Feb. 27, 2014
Terry Seguin talks to the new president and CEO of NB Liquor, Brian Harriman. He's the first in the corporation's history to win the job on his credentials, not his political leanings.
NB Health Minister on EMR Feb. 27, 2014
Health Minister Ted Flemming joins us with his perspective on the electronic medical records controversy.
Ball Hockey Feb. 27, 2014
Terry Seguin talks to Don McKay about a huge ball hockey tournament being planned for Fredericton.
Contraband Feb. 26, 2014
A look at drug and weapon seizures in Canada's federal prison system. Terry Seguin talks to Stephen Puddicombe.
Roundabouts Feb. 26, 2014
The roundabout dance continues in Fredericton. Terry Seguin talks to Bruce Grandy.
EMR Reaction Feb. 26, 2014
More on the system the province is using to connect doctor's offices to our medical records and health information. We hear from the head of a software company and the New Brunswick Medical Society.
Library Renovations Feb. 25, 2014
The Fredericton Public Library is looking for your help in moving some books, preferably to your home! Terry Seguin talks to Elvira Embser-Herbert.