Fading Indigenous languages

March 7, 2019

This month's episode is the first of a two-part series on the state of Indigenous languages in New Brunswick. We start off by looking at how decades of English-only policies have resulted in a near dissaperance of native speakers. We speak with Imelda Perley, a Wolastoquey elder, and Nancy Harn, a Mi'kmaq woman from Eel River Bar First Nation.

Fredericton’s homelessness problem

December 16, 2018

For December's episode, we examine the problem of homelessness in Fredericton. We take a visit to the city's tent encampment, to meet the residents, and talk with Warren Maddox, executive director of Fredericton Homeless Shelters. We also speak with Eric Weissman, a professor at the University of New Brunswick – Saint John, who is conducting research on homelessness amongst post-secondary students.

Climate politics and the carbon tax

December 4, 2018

This month we dig into the politics of climate change. We speak with David Coon, the leader of the New Brunswick Green Party and Donald Wright, a political scientist at the University of New Brunswick. We also chat with Louise Comeau, a researcher who sits on the federal government’s expert panel on climate change adaptation.

Cannabis legalization in New Brunswick

October 25, 2018

This month we take a close look at what cannabis legalization means for New Brunswick, and talk with experts about the social and economic impacts.

Sidebar: Podcast Trailer

October 21, 2018

Coming soon, a new podcast produced by The Brunswickan and CHSR.