(VIDEOJOURNALIST) THE GOATS OF CHRISTMAS PAST
A PEI farm says, for goats, Christmas comes in January.
(Aired January 9th, 2015)
(VIDEOJOURNALIST) REFUGEES AT HOME ON PEI
The Sabra family fled Syria over a year ago, and have been living in Jordan as refugees for more than a year.
(Aired December 6th, 2014)
(REPORTER – CBC’s THE NATIONAL) NOT READY TO RETIRE
91-year-old John Bourque still spends his days repairing sewing machines.
(Aired August 1st, 2014)
(REPORTER) A BACON BEACON IN MONCTON
A group of brothers in Moncton have perfected their own locally produced, house-smoked bacon. Now they’re selling it to the community….with sizzling success…and a unique approach to delivery.
(Aired April 21st, 2014)
(REPORTER) BODY SHOP BOOM
Ice and snowbanks mean headaches for motorists….but not everyone’s complaining – a Fredericton auto body shop has never been busier.
(Aired March 27th, 2014)
(REPORTER) PARK GOLFER BREAKS HIS SILENCE
Moncton’s “Victoria Park Golfer” shows up at a news conference, as the man he stands accused of assaulting demands the city pass a bylaw to ban golf in city parks.
(Aired on September 27th, 2013)
(ENTERPRISE REPORTING) PROVINCE OF NB ABANDONS MIDWIFERY
Back in 2007, the province of New Brunswick promised to bring in midwives. Now, the CBC has learned that the government recently cancelled all funding for the development of midwifery.
(Aired on July 8th, 2013)
(REPORTER/EDITOR/LIVE TOP & TAIL) FIRE ENGULFS SAINT JOHN WAREHOUSE
The ServiceMaster warehouse in Saint John, which stored the belongings of flood and fire victims dealing with insurance claims, is destroyed by fire.
(Aired on November 22, 2012)
Rebecca Norman was the first person in Newfoundland and Labrador to use the latest artificial heart pump in 2010. An update with the Norman family on how Rebecca is feeling since her latest operation.
(Aired on December 28th, 2010)