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July 26, 2018

Monday – Friday On-Air Saturday On-Air 6:00 am – 6:10 am 6:10 am – 6:30 am Canadian Mosaic Music w/ Theresa Ross 6:00 am – 7:05 am Saturday Morning with Alex Taylor 6:30 am – 7:00 am Haven Today Daily http://www.haventoday.ca/ 7:05 am – 7:30 am Adventures in Odyssey Weekend https://www.focusonthefamily.ca 7:00 am – 7:05 […]

The closure of a drop-in centre for the homeless in Moncton has left a gap in service for people in need of housing, treatment for drug addiction and mental health support. The YMCA Reconnect Intervention Program ran for the past three years but closed in May after its lease was terminated. The centre was open […]

The New Brunswick RCMP have arrested a Moncton man after a seizure of 180,000 illegal cigarettes in Prince William, N.B. Police say that on July 6, at approximately 10:20 a.m., they received a report of a vehicle in a ditch off the Trans-Canada Highway in Prince William. READ MORE: Nova Scotia firefighters helping out with wildfires […]

CTV Atlantic Published Wednesday, July 11, 2018 11:48PM ADT Last Updated Thursday, July 12, 2018 7:48AM ADT After more than a decade of studies, planning, and two years of construction the new downtown events centre in Moncton is essentially complete. The $100-million facility was built to revitalize the downtown and, according to Moncton city officials, […]

About 200 trees will be removed from Centennial Park as the City of Moncton begins construction on a multimillion-dollar project to replace a pool and expand parking. Tree removal for the sake of upgrading urban parks has been a touchy subject in recent weeks as both Moncton and Fredericton grapple with vocal opposition. The contractor […]

Dozens of families in Moncton are trying to figure out where they’ll send their children Monday morning, following news that St. Pat’s Family Centre will close its doors this Friday. About 40 children attend preschool and after-school programs throughout the year and the centre also runs a summer camp for up to 30 children each […]

The City of Moncton has announced that construction of a new outdoor pool complex is now underway at Moncton’s Centennial Beach. The facility will consist of a pool, zero-entry wading pool, 15 change/washrooms, seating and shaded areas. The pool is expected to accommodate 651 people. READ MORE: Moncton neighbourhood works to save last outdoor pool in […]

The Canada Bread Factory is closing its plant in Woodstock, dealing a swift blow to the Carleton County town, where it employed 70 people and has been a part of the community for decades. Calling the plant old, the company said the former Karnes bakery will close Aug. 10. A letter to employees says the decision […]

A missing 34-year-old Moncton man has been found, according to police. Codiac Regional RCMP asked for the public’s help locating Geonwoo Kim, who hadn’t been seen since late Sunday afternoon on Essex Street in Moncton.  On Wednesday afternoon, RCMP said the man was located “safe and sound” and thanked the public for its assistance.

Ten people including a toddler are without a home after an overnight fire in Moncton. The fire broke out about 1 a.m. in an older five-unit apartment building on Robinson Street in the city’s downtown. The fire appears to have started in a second-floor ceiling. Damage is extensive and estimated to be in the hundreds […]