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Dan Ahlstrand

Dan Ahlstrand

The news business has certainly taken Dan to places all over the country. After spending part of his life in the Canadian Armed Forces, Dan graduated from Confederation College’s Radio and Television program and took his first gig in the paper-making town of Dryden Ontario. From there it was to Thunder Bay for a stint at Dougall Media and then off to Owen Sound and Bayshore Broadcasting. When Rogers Media decided to launch three news-talk stations in Atlantic Canada, Dan jumped at the opportunity. First at an Anchor at News 91.9 in Moncton, then as the host of The Drive with Dan Ahlstrand and then The New Brunswick Morning News. Dan now the Managing Editor at News 95.7 and anchors The Morning News on News 95.7 each weekday morning from 5:00 a.m. to 9:00 a.m. When not working away in the newsroom you can find Dan chasing a trout on a stream, watching his beloved Everton on the pitch, or quietly hoping that Toronto will find a way to win the Stanley Cup.

Recent Work by Dan

Gas prices expected to go up this week

Gas prices expected to go up this week

George Murphy of Consumers for Fair Gas Prices is expecting prices to rise by about a 1.5 cents per litre
Gas drops slightly, diesel rises 1.1 cents per litre

Gas drops slightly, diesel rises 1.1 cents per litre

Price of gas declines slightly, diesel up with the adjustment this week
Gas prices expected to fall again this week, but not by much

Gas prices expected to fall again this week, but not by much

That from Consumers for Fair Gas Prices' George Murphy, who is expecting prices to fall by about a penny per litre at midnight
Gas prices drop across Nova Scotia

Gas prices drop across Nova Scotia

Provincially regulated prices fell by 2.7 cents overnight, to a new minimum of 112.4
Small bump at the gas pumps this week

Small bump at the gas pumps this week

The UARB used its weekly adjustment to raise the minimum price for self serve regular by 7-10ths of a cent to 115.1
Not much change expected at the pumps this week

Not much change expected at the pumps this week

Gas industry expert Dan McTeague is expecting prices to remain steady this week, rising by only about a penny
Gas prices up a couple of cents heading into the weekend

Gas prices up a couple of cents heading into the weekend

The provincial regulator using its weekly adjustment to raise the price for self serve regular by 2.4 cents to a new minimum price of 114.4
Gas prices could see small increase this week

Gas prices could see small increase this week

George Murphy of Consumers for Fair Gas prices tells NEWS 95.7, prices could rise by about three cents this week
Gas prices up heading into the weekend

Gas prices up heading into the weekend

The provincial regulator used its weekly adjustment to raise the price for self serve regular by 1.3 cents to 112.0
Not much change expected at the gas pumps this week

Not much change expected at the gas pumps this week

Prices are expected to remain steady this week, with the possibility of a very small increase
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