Oct.6th - Th Codiac RCMP aren't saying it's a 'rash' of stolen bikes but three locations in the Greater Moncton area in the last few weeks have suffered break-ins and stolen bikes. The latest - My Bike Shop in Moncton.
Sept.28th - Every day there seems to be more and more about the escalating of words between North and South Korea. Two countries on the other side of the world. But for many right here in Moncton, this is too close to home.
Sept.22nd - Yesterday's special City Council meeting was to accept the proposal from the City's RFP on the new score clock for the DT Centre. The cost went up by $400K but who gets the lucrative ad venue generated by the signage on the clock, is still yet to be seen.
Sept.19th - Last night's city council voted against adding fluoride to the water. However another idea was 'floated' that seemed to be enthusiastically accepted by both the yay and nay camps. However, the money saved on fluoridation has already been relocated.
Sept.14th - It's been two weeks since the government of New Brunswick along with Medavie CEO Bernard Lord announced the amalgamating of some key health services. As of yet, the New Brunswick Nurses Union are still waiting for answers.
Sept.13th - According to Carol O'Reilly, the CEO of the Greater Moncton Chamber of Commerce, these proposed tax changes have been the biggest issue their office has seen in a long, long time. And they could affect everyone.
Sept.5th - The New Brunswick Association of Food Banks has a new man at the helm. Nova Scotia has a paid team of 16 while New Brunswick has Ben McMichael and he's only got a contract for 6 months to get things going.
Aug.31st. - A recent CTV rights to information request has found that violence in the classroom is a concern. Here to talk with us about that is George Daley, President of the New Brunswick Teachers Association.
Aug.21st - We're not putting out the Christmas decorations yet like Costco but it's not too early to talk about back to school and what to do to make the transition from summer to school that much easier.
Aug.10th - Recently a marketing institute thought that Atlantic Canada should remove it's minimum wage and let the market determine who gets paid what. The Common Front for Social Justice doesn't think so. And here's why.
Aug.2nd - Moncton City Council adopted a financial incentive for developers looking to revitalize downtown buildings are to start a-new. If the DT Centre is such a draw, why would the City offer such a deal?
July26th - A fairly recent report of an alleged attack on a young woman walking in a local park has turned out to be false. There are ramifications to this incident. Not only to the person making the false claims, but to others who have been attacked but may not be believed. Kristal Dawn LeBlanc of the Beasejour Family Health Crisis Centre explains the facts.
July20th -Bicycles can be a real sense of freedom for little kids being able to get places on their own. But choosing the right size bicycle is crucial. Jim Goguen of My Bike Shop takes us through some things to consider when choosing the right bike for your wee one.