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The It was going to revolutionize medical recordkeeping in New Brunswick. According to Auditor general Kim Adair-MacPherson the rollout of a new provincial electronic system was a failure. We talk to our medical health columnist Dr. Mike Simon to get his thoughts.
Many doctors are saying the best vaccine is the one that's available to you, but what are the differences? We ask our house doctor Peter Lin.
Christine Goodwin plays oboe with the woodwind quintet.
Dr Angela Burbridge is a licenced psychologist and chair of the College of Psychologists of New Brunswick's professional affairs committee
Mike McKee is a retired judge and author of a report on mental health care in 2009.
Emilie Savoie and Janelle Melanson are engineering students at l'Université de Moncton.
Dr. David Addleman is the former director of psychiatry at the Chalmers Hospital in Fredericton.
Sophia Page is a grade 12 student at Riverview High School.
Dr. Raj Bhardwaj is CBC's House Doctor.
Cindy Comeau is founder/chief empowerment officer of C3 Leadership Ltd. and one of the organizers of the event.
It will be a quiet season at Royals field. Jody Peterson is the team's president and CEO, he says the senior men's team won't play this year because there's no one to run it.
Some teachers find life has become a pressure-cooker for them and their students during COVID-19. Casey Burkholder and Matt Rogers are associate professors at UNB. They're recording teachers' experiences throughout the pandemic.
Where did things go so horribly wrong for a 16-year-old in distress? What needs to be fixed? We ask the former director of psychiatry at the Chalmers hospital, Dr. David Addleman.
Former teacher, Alicia Noreiga-Mundaroy is a PHd candidate at UNB and the education officer for Black Lives Matter Fredericton.
The Fredericton Trails Coalition plans to have a mural painted on the NBEx horse barns facing the walking trail to beautify the space. Stephen Marr is the vice-president of the Fredericton Trails Coalition.
Green Party Leader David Coon is calling for an inquiry into the handling of suicidal youth in provincial ER's, after the tragic death last week of 16-year-old Lexi Daken of Maugerville.
Accessing mental health services in New Brunswick can be a challenge. Christa Baldwin is the Executive Director of Canadian Mental Health Association of New Brunswick. She says mental health support services are chronically underfunded.
Monica Chaperlin is the first recipient of the Erminie Cohen Compassion Award, for her dedication to helping children without permanent families. She speaks with Julia Wright about the honor and her work in the community.
Green Party Leader David Coon wants a public inquiry into the handling of suicidal youth by the province's emergency rooms. That's after the death last week of Lexi Daken. The Fredericton-area teen waited 8 hours in the Chalmers ER desperate for help, but never got it. Coon speaks with Julia Wright about his callfor an inquiry.…
Green Party Leader David Coon wants a public inquiry into the handling of suicidal youth by the province's emergency rooms.
More than four years ago, Lionel Desmond shot his wife, his daughter, and his mother before killing himself. The CBC's Laura Fraser has been covering the inquiry, which is looking into the circumstances surrounding the tragedy.
New Brunswick is looking at Iceland's model of care for youth struggling with addictions and mental health troubles. Alfgeir Kristjansson has seen it work in Iceland, and has helped introduce it in other parts of Canada.
The Atlantic Provinces Economic Council has released a report looking at which industries have been hardest hit by the pandemic, and how they can bounce back. Patrick Brannon is the director of major projects with APEC and lead author of the report.
City forester Mike Glynn confirms the Emerald Ash Borer has been found in Fredericton.
Covid-19 has brought so many hardships, but it's also led to opportunities for research. Moira Law and Lisa Best are professors in the psychology department at UNB Saint John. They talk about some psychological studies around the pandemic, being done out of UNB Saint John.
Caitlin Grogan was 16 when she stayed in the provincial youth psychiatric facility in Moncton. Now a grad student and mental health advocate, she shares her experience and perspective on the province's 5-year mental health plan.
The CBC's Rachel Cave has been looking into the "Icelandic Model" New Brunswick hopes to emulate in order to promote better health for young people.
Diani Blanco, Andy Petersen, Tina Thibodeau and Amy Pike are members of Information Morning's parents panel.
Caitlin Grogan is a graduate student at UNB Saint who went through the provincial health system as a sixteen-year-old.
Gaëtan Thomas is a New Brunswick board member of a new advisory body.
Mark Mercer is with the Society for Academic Freedom and Scholarship .
The province announced a new mental health plan last week, including the future of the youth mental health centre. Caitlin Grogan is a grad student at UNBSJ. She shares her experience going through the provincial mental health system as a teen.
The developer of the new Ethos Ridge retirement community project, Scott Walton explains his vision and responds to the issues raised by concerned community members.
Front line staff at a harm reduction nonprofit in uptown Saint John are coping with a rise in injection drug use. Julia Dingwell is the executive director of Avenue B Harm Reduction in Saint John.
The Black In The Maritimes crew ask why the Canadian education curriculum doesn't tell the whole story.
Poet and critic George Elliott Clarke spoke with the Black In The Maritimes team.
Clinton Davis, Hilary LeBlanc, Allon Mccall, and Fidel Franco are the team behind the Black In The Maritimes podcast.
Jean Augustine was elected in the federal election of 1993. She spoke with podcaster Fidel Franco.
Black In The Maritimes podcasters Fidel Franco, Clinton Davis, Hilary Leblanc, and Allon Mccall talk about some of the forgotten facets of New Brunswick's past.
The death of a teenager in Fredericton is raising questions about mental health treatment and support. Her parents speak out, hoping for change.
Mary McCarthy-Brandt has been telling us about the lives of some of the people honoured on banners for Black History month. Today, The Bohee Brothers.
The COVID-19 cabinet committee turns its attention to vaccine roll-out. Premier Blaine Higgs, Roger Melanson, David Coon and Kris Austin are members of New Brunswick's All-party Covid-19 cabinet committee.
Stéphanie Légère is head coach of Club Extenso and technical director of New Brunswick Rhythmic Gymnastics.
Peter Rowan speaks with host Julia Wright about Rick White’s cover of an iconic east coast song, Sloane's, Underwhelmed is this week's feature.
Abram Lutes is the provincial coordinator for the New Brunswick Common Front for Social Justice.
A former Canadian Forces sergeant from Saint John set a mission for himself to feed 50 families in need. Patrick Gordon speaks with host Julia Wright about Operation Feed SJ, how the effort got started, and his plans going forward.
Norman Bossé is New Brunswick's child, youth and seniors advocate.
New Brunswick is second only to British Columbia for the highest prevalence of injection drug use in the country. Pediatrician Dr. Sarah Gander talks about the rising rates of opioid-related overdoses, solutions being brought forward, and what more can be done here in NB.
Frédéric Laforge is the founder and CEO of The Farmers' Truck.