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Alaina Lockhart - Population Sept. 21, 2016
The Fundy Royal MP wants Ottawa to look into Atlantic Canada's population problems.
Christine Cross - Pool Sept. 21, 2016
Swimmers and divers renew their lobbying efforts for a new facility in Fredericton.
Claude LaBerge - Football Returns Sept. 21, 2016
It's been almost 50 years since the last high school football game in the Miramichi area, but now the game is back.
Premier Brian Gallant - Part 2 Sept. 20, 2016
The Premier answers your questions from our Saint John studio. Listen to the second half of this morning's phone-in:
Shawn Dalton - Murky Washademoak Sept. 20, 2016
People who live around Washademoak Lake have been trying to get to the bottom of the lake's murky condition. Terry Seguin talks to the executive director of the Canaan-Washademoak Watershed Association.
Lisa Brogan - Minto Break-Ins Sept. 20, 2016
Terry Seguin talks to a woman whose restaurant has been the target of repeat break ins.
Premier Brian Gallant - Part 1 Sept. 20, 2016
The Premier answers your questions from our Saint John studio. Listen to the first half of this morning's phone-in:
Paralympics Panel Sept. 19, 2016
Sabrina Durepos and Louis Fortin join Terry Seguin to reflect on the Rio 2016 Paralympic Games.
Brian Johnson - Kingswood Development Sept. 19, 2016
Work is starting on what's being marketed as a luxury hotel and Atlantic Canada's largest indoor water park. Terry Seguin talks to the president and CEO of Kingswood.
Chris Melvin - Hanwell Playhouse Funding Sept. 19, 2016
Hanwell opts out of supplying funding for Fredericton's proposed performing arts centre. Terry Seguin talks to the mayor of Hanwell.
New Acetaminophen Rules Sept. 16, 2016
Health Canada has new rules for the use of acetaminophen. We hear from Dr. Dean Karvellas about what the rules are and why they are necessary.
NB Liquor Online Sept. 16, 2016
President and CEO of NB Liquor Brian Harriman talks to Terry about a 'click and collect' system, and why the Corporation is looking at going online for business.
Film Review Sept. 16, 2016
Bridgette Jones Baby, the third in the film franchise, casts two leading men alongside Renee Zellweger. Our film reviewer Rebekah Chasse shares her thoughts on the Baby Daddy battle.
More Public Information Needed Sept. 15, 2016
Waterloo Region Crime Prevention Council Co-ordinator says we need more information to be tracked when it comes to drug overdoses in this country.
Falling for Apples Sept. 14, 2016
Food Columnist Karen Pinchin is by with some ideas for the bounty of fall. Apples and apple cider are on her list this week. She takes Terry on a tasting tour of some local ciders.
Fentanyl Warning Sept. 14, 2016
Angela MacIvor explains the dangerous side of fentanyl and what Police are bracing for as the drug moves east.
Syrians Adjusting Sept. 14, 2016
Some Syrian families are adjusting to life in New Brunswick, others are leaving.
Paralympics Panel Sept. 14, 2016
Two of NB's most celebrated Paralympians join Terry to talk about the Rio Paralympics, what they've seen so far. They also share so of their own amazing experiences.
NEB Sept. 13, 2016
Three members of National Energy Board panel overseeing the Energy East project have resigned, so what happens next? Rick Doucet is New Brunswick's Minister of Energy and Resource Development.