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COVID-19 measures at border crossings into Canada end this Saturday. That's welcome news to some travelers​ and​ business owners. ​Jeanne Armstrong spoke to​ John Slipp, who operates a duty free shop in Woodstock.
 
Ingrid Brooks, Sgoagani Mye Wecenisqon and Oakley Rain Wysote Gray tell the CBC's Hannah Rudderham how their heritage influences their designs today.
 
The International Welcome Centre at Anglophone South School District helps newcomer families get their children registered for school and it's been much busier this year, with so many families arriving from Ukraine and elsewhere. We spoke with its administrator, Nathalie Graham.
 
​We introduce you to our new music columnist, Tristan Grant. You may know him better as Wolf Castle, the award-winning hip hop artist from Pabineau First Nation. He tells us about musician Raymond Sewell's latest project​.
 
There's a lot going on at the port these days. We're at the height of the cruise season. The port modernization project is well underway at the west site terminal, and it celebrates its three millionth cruise guest this week. Craig Bell Estabrooks, president and CEO of Port Saint John, joins us with an update on it all.…
 
A new show at the Playhouse promises to make for an exciting performance, even if classical music isn't typically what gets you out of the house. Tim Yerxa is here with his Playhouse preview.
 
Victoria Woods, the supported independent living co-ordinator with L'Arche Saint John, discusses the creation of four new supported living units in Saint John for people living with intellectual disabilities.
 
Saint John City Manager John Collin tells says the majority of city employees will work longer days from Monday to Thursday starting Oct.17. He explains the rationale and what impact this will have on public services.
 
Jamie Brannen and his father Bob both passed away unexpectedly last week, within hours of each other. Jeanne Armstrong spoke to James Grattan about ​the ​two men​,​ whose loss is being felt by the curling community in Fredericton​.​
 
We begin our new citizen's panel with a look at a healthcare story that shocked New Brunswickers earlier this month, and the political reaction that followed. Our guests are Cait Grogan, a law student at UNB; Jeff Beairsto, former appointed board member at Horizon Health Network and the New Brunswick Health Council; and Gail Pilgrim, a retired heal…
 
Usually, viruses are a bad thing, but not when it comes to the latest cancer therapy research. Health columnist ​Dr. ​Peter Lin explains how one research team is testing a modified herpes virus to destroy tumours.
 
Staff at UNB and a local church are working together to bring a family from Ukraine to Fredericton. But after a 7 month wait, a baby born in a bomb shelter, and a family separated by international borders​, ​it's proving increasingly difficult to get them here.
 
Kendall Kadatz, president of Future St. Stephen, hopes to help a new community working group on homelessness to find its feet because they've been seeing an uptick on the number of people sleeping rough in St. Stephen. Then we hear from Xander Gopen, senior planner with the Southwest New Brunswick Service Commission, on the upcoming housing symposi…
 
Post-tropical storm Fiona swept across Atlantic Canada over the weekend​ ​with enormous force. Many homes and businesses have been damaged or destroyed​, a​nd hundreds of thousands of people are still without power. ​Jeanne Armstrong spoke to Joanna Eyquem of the Intact Centre on Climate Adaptation, based at the University of Waterloo​, ​about buil…
 
Saint John councillors took a step toward changing how housing development works in the city by asking the city manager to figure out a plan for a new municipal housing entity. Joanna Killen was one of the councillors behind the motion.Joanna Killen is a Ward 1 councillor in Saint John.
 
Louise Comeau, director of climate change and energy solutions at the Conservation Council of New Brunswick, says we can no longer avoid climate change. So what do we do now to protect people from storms like Fiona?
 
Downed trees, fallen power lines, people evacuated from their home. Public safety minister Bill Hogan talks about the destruction caused by Hurricane Fiona and what supports are available to New Brunswickers.
 
The CBC's Steven Webb spoke with Todd Watts and Hank Scarth of Hawk Watch, a program that gathers data on the migration numbers of hawks and other raptors, about their work and why Greenlaw Mountain is the perfect location to observe the birds of prey.
 
Overcoming addiction is a battle at the best of times, but women face unique challenges tied to stigma, trauma and motherhood. Dr. Nancy Poole's work is focused on overcoming those challenges. She's Director of the Centre of Excellence for Women’s Health in British Columbia.
 
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