Information Morning Fredericton is your window on the community every weekday morning, from 5:55 to 8:37 on CBC Radio One, the news and stories of our lives in your city and around the province; keeping you informed and engaged.
Emily Peters is a mom of four students in the English prime system. She shares her thoughts on the proposed changes to French second language learning in New Brunswick.
Science of reading - Part 1
Today we learn a bit more about the science of reading, and how this way of teaching is already being used in New Brunswick. Rebecca Halliday switched from balanced literacy to this curriculum five years ago, and she isn't looking back. Reporter Vanessa Blanch takes us inside Rebecca's 'reading lab'.
We hear the story of a Maritime soldier who served and died in World War One, whose gravesite was unknown, until now. Researchers in Belgium have been finding out that kind of information, and trying to contact relatives to let them know where their loved ones are buried.
WINTER FROLIC 2023 is a go this year after a couple of tough years. Rob Kitchen tells you everything you need to know to enjoy Fredericton's annual winter carnival.
The World Health Organization announced today it will continue the Covid-19 public health emergency. Jeanne Armstrong spoke to infectious disease and clinician scientist Dr, Lisa Barrett.
The Bathurst program
The Higgs government says a 50-50 French program in Bathurst in the 1980s shows that its immersion replacement will work. Jacques Poitras takes a closer look at that claim.
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