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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 city of Saint John wants to help form and spread awareness of cultural community groups in the city. David Dobbelsteyn is the manager of growth for the city he speaks with host Julia Wright about the importance of the Ethnocultural Support Program.
 
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
 
​Wolastoqey chiefs in New Brunswick have turned down an invitation from New Brunswick's commissioner on systemic racism. They say they want an Indigenous led independent inquiry into systemic racism in the province, and this is not a substitute.We hear from Chief Allan Polchies, and Commissioner Manju Varma.…
 
Christmas is about the memories and we have a long Harbour Lights history here on the show. It all started back in 1996 when there were too many turkeys at the CBC, literally! We take a walk down memory lane with Paul Castle for host of Information Morning Saint John.
 
After almost 2 years of having no guests in our CBC Saint John studios we welcome a Saint John musician who's turning heads with his indie-folk style. Austin Eatman helps us kick off the 2021 Harbour Lights campaign
 
Heather Atcheson is a researcher with the Human Development Council. She speaks with host Julia Wright about the latest Child Poverty Report Card. The numbers show Saint John has 1 in 3 children living poverty. Good morning.
 
John Craig, mayor of Blacks Harbour, thinks municipal merging is bad for his community and surrounding areas as well. He tells host Julia Wright there are still too many unknowns and the current council has been in for less than a year and has already made many improvements.
 
120 hours of 'Hurry Hard'. ​We hear how all that yelling at the Capital Winter Club in Fredericton last week will help​ support young people.​ Steve Burns is ​a member of​ the unofficial world record breaking curling ​team.
 
What will be life like for folks living in a newly created rural district? Mary-Ann Coleman is a representative and resident of the Waterford local service district near Sussex. She's not convinced that combining LSD's into large rural districts is a good thing. She speaks with host Julia Wright about her concerns.…
 
The province and its doctors recently signed a new contract they hope will improve primary care access across New Brunswick. Dr. Mike Simon speaks with host Julia Wright about how physicians think this program will work and how they will manage the shift.
 
Karissa Donkin is a reporter in CBC's Atlantic investigative unit. She's been following the story of Rebecca Billard, a 32-year-old woman who was unable to access her opioid addiction treatment.
 
​Most other provinces have one major city​, ​but New Brunswick has three smaller southern cities.​ H​ave you ever wondered why? A couple of researchers at UNB hope to chart that out, with help from municipal governments, historic maps and aerial photos​.​
 
A group of teenagers who came to Saint John from the East African country of Eritrea and from Alcapulco, Mexico bonded over their shared love of cooking. The four students who run Far Away Kitchen have won Prude Inc.'s Diversity Champion Award. Feyrous Beserat is one of the students she speaks with host Julia Wright.…
 
New Brunswick cities are changing and UNB researchers want to show you just how much. Sasha Mullally is a history professor at UNB. She's working on a new photo mapping project called Eyes in the Sky; Notes on the Ground: Living Spaces and Equal Opportunity in New Brunswick.
 
Steve Ellis's father is one of the 48 cases in the cluster of cases. Kat Lanteigne is the executive director of BloodWatch, a not-for-profit organization advocating for a safe, public blood system in Canada.
 
From changes to regional cost-sharing, to missed opportunities on setting the non-residential tax rate, to why Saint John won't be amalgamating with the valley. Saint John mayor Donna Reardon speaks with host Julia wright about the new report on local governance reform and how it effects Saint Johners.…
 
Bryan Butler is a city councillor for ward 3. Kevin Rice is the general manager of TransAqua, the sewage treatment plant in Riverview.
 
Vaccines are arriving soon in the province for children aged five to 11. Local pharmacists have to come up with ways to make getting the vaccine as easy as possible for kids and their parents. Dan Curran is a pharmacist and co-owner of Rothesay PharmaChoice.
 
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