Hannah Rudderham

Journalist

Hannah Rudderham is a reporter with CBC New Brunswick. She grew up in Cape Breton, N.S., and moved to Fredericton in 2018. You can send story tips to hannah.rudderham@cbc.ca.

Latest from Hannah Rudderham

New sights to behold at Beaverbrook Art Gallery with acquisition of 30 works

The Beaverbrook Art Gallery has added 30 art pieces to its permanent collection, in part because of the sale of one of the original gifts from Lord Beaverbrook to the gallery.

How this family's life changed for the better, thanks to Moncton Headstart

Haley Sirois and her family are living in Moncton Headstart's transitional housing as they get back on their feet after they struggled during the COVID-19 pandemic.

The larger the scale, the bigger the statement for this central N.B. painter

When artist Stephen Hutchings looks at a fallen tree, what he sees is a powerful symbol of life and death.

Fredericton artist hangs art of many colours across his front lawn

From afar, a clothesline on Acacia Court in Fredericton may look like it's full of laundry, flapping in the breeze. But up close, the clothes are actually solidified into colourful shapes of all sizes

Fredericton artist connects with Ukrainian roots through pysanky

With unwavering hands, Larissa Reinders carefully uses a kistka to write a design in beeswax on a hollowed-out egg. 

One frame at a time: The road to reviving New Brunswick's film industry

There’s been a lot of buzz in Saint John about a new feature film being shot in the Port City, and while the project is big news on its own, it could have even greater influence.

UNB law grad 'humiliated' by inability to cross stage at own graduation

Blair Curtis was graduating from the University of New Brunswick with a Doctor of Law degree on Thursday but the ceremony was anything but ceremonial for Curtis, who had to go in front of the stage to accept his diploma rather than cross the stage like his friends.

Long wait-times and not enough dentists: Rollout of new dental plan far from painless

A new $13-billion national dental plan that launched this month has had a rocky start, including a slow uptake by dentists.

UNB Reds men's hockey coach joins Moncton Wildcats

After 24 seasons at the helm of the University of New Brunswick Reds men’s hockey team, the all-time winningest coach in the university’s history is stepping down. But his retirement was short-lived. Less than 24 hours after announcing his departure, he was named the new head coach for the Moncton Wildcats.

Loop by loop, Fredericton woman helps those who have undergone a mastectomy

Deborah Doucet has been knitting since she was four years old. Her skills and her love of the craft are evident in everything she's ever done, but especially in her latest creations.