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'Righting a wrong': 1st Canadian-born black lawyer named to Order of New Brunswick - CBC News
'Righting a wrong': 1st Canadian-born black lawyer named to Order of New Brunswick  CBC News

Abraham Beverley Walker was the first Canadian-born black lawyer, but the Saint John area native has been all but forgotten by history, says a local amateur ...




'Bad girls': Remembering when unwed mothers were told to forget their babies - CBC.ca
'Bad girls': Remembering when unwed mothers were told to forget their babies  CBC.ca

Marie Crouse, who gave up her baby for adoption when she was 15, says she's not waiting to hear "sorry" from Ottawa, even though a Senate committee says ...




Trudeau, Scheer Had Awkward Exchange Celebrating National Acadian Day In New Brunswick - HuffPost Canada
Trudeau, Scheer Had Awkward Exchange Celebrating National Acadian Day In New Brunswick  HuffPost Canada

Both leaders were celebrating in Dieppe, N.B., a day after the ethics watchdog's report.




Trudeau announces $11.4M to protect Fredericton against flooding - CBC.ca
Trudeau announces $11.4M to protect Fredericton against flooding  CBC.ca

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has announced $11.4 million in federal funding to help protect Fredericton against flooding.




Singer's attack on premier's French wasn't appropriate, says Acadian Society president - CBC.ca
Singer's attack on premier's French wasn't appropriate, says Acadian Society president  CBC.ca

The president of the Acadian Society of New Brunswick says a nationally televised concert wasn't the appropriate place to call out the province's premier for ...




New Brunswick economy sheds 7,300 full-time jobs in July, unemployment reaches 8.5%

- CBC.ca
New Brunswick economy sheds 7,300 full-time jobs in July, unemployment reaches 8.5%

  CBC.ca

New Brunswick's economy shed 7300 full-time jobs in July, pushing the unemployment rate up by nearly a percentage point over the previous month to 8.5 per ...




Woodstock family feels 'landlocked' after NB Power blocks access to woodlot - CBC.ca
Woodstock family feels 'landlocked' after NB Power blocks access to woodlot  CBC.ca

A Woodstock family can't reach part of the woodlot it has owned for generations because NB Power is blocking access to the road.




Getting to work in new cyber-secure building in Fredericton won't be simple matter - CBC.ca
Getting to work in new cyber-secure building in Fredericton won't be simple matter  CBC.ca

Construction of the first cyber-secure building in New Brunswick is well underway at Fredericton's Knowledge Park, says Tyson Johnson, chief operating officer, ...




New Brunswick update: outlook brightens through 2020 after a bleak 2018 - Daily Commercial News
New Brunswick update: outlook brightens through 2020 after a bleak 2018  Daily Commercial News

Although it is facing persisting headwinds, we expect the New Brunswick economy to pick up speed as it heads into 2020 after almost stalling in 2018
Despite ...




'Very, very troubling case': Court ponders new trial for convicted murderer Marissa Shephard - CBC.ca
'Very, very troubling case': Court ponders new trial for convicted murderer Marissa Shephard  CBC.ca

A panel of three justices from New Brunswick's Court of Appeal is considering whether to order convicted murderer Marissa Shephard a new trial.




N.B
Police Commission denies negligence in conduct investigation of ex-deputy chief - CBC.ca
N.B
Police Commission denies negligence in conduct investigation of ex-deputy chief
  CBC.ca

The New Brunswick Police Commission and its former executive director deny any wrongdoing in how they handled a conduct complaint against the former ...




New Brunswick archives head not worried about getting through backlog - CBC.ca
New Brunswick archives head not worried about getting through backlog  CBC.ca

The head of the Provincial Archives of New Brunswick isn't concerned about a backlog in the system and expects there will always be one if things are run ...




New Brunswick residents and visitors to benefit from improved roads and recreational trails - Canada NewsWire
New Brunswick residents and visitors to benefit from improved roads and recreational trails  Canada NewsWire

RIVERVIEW, NB, Aug
16, 2019 /CNW/ - Strategic investments in public infrastructure, including funding for improved roads and highways, and recreational trails ...




Kennebecasis officer accused of 3 more breaches of Police Act for alleged 'retaliation' - CBC.ca
Kennebecasis officer accused of 3 more breaches of Police Act for alleged 'retaliation'  CBC.ca

A senior officer with the Kennebecasis Regional Police Force who is already facing an 81-count complaint under the Police Act is accused of three more ...




What's opened and closed on New Brunswick Day - CBC.ca
What's opened and closed on New Brunswick Day  CBC.ca

Although most retail and grocery stores are closed for New Brunswick Day on Monday, some tourist attractions and museums are staying open
Here's a look at ...




Unsealed adoption records lead Ontario woman back to her mother - CBC.ca
Unsealed adoption records lead Ontario woman back to her mother  CBC.ca

Kathy Reid is one of 476 people who recently applied to New Brunswick's post-adoption services to see names that were withheld prior to April 1, 2018.




Highly trained dog from New Brunswick heading to represent Canada on international stage - Global News
Highly trained dog from New Brunswick heading to represent Canada on international stage  Global News

WATCH: Eric LeBlanc and his dog Cooper placed third nationally at the Canadian Working Dog Association competition
But now, as Shelley Steeves reports, ...




Former nurse practitioner at Saint John jail suspended - CBC.ca
Former nurse practitioner at Saint John jail suspended  CBC.ca

The Nurses Association of New Brunswick has suspended longtime nurse practitioner Chondra Dawn Hume, who was responsible for the care of inmates at the ...




'Our history began here:' Elm Hill's black community reunites - CBC.ca
'Our history began here:' Elm Hill's black community reunites  CBC.ca

A sign at the start of Elm Hill road, near Gagetown N.B., welcomes visitors to one of Canada's earliest black settlements
Once a thriving farming community for ...




Search underway for missing N.B
man with medical condition - CTV News
Search underway for missing N.B
man with medical condition
  CTV News

A search is underway in southeastern New Brunswick for a missing man with a medical condition.




Lightning causes power outage for thousands in Fredericton - CBC.ca
Lightning causes power outage for thousands in Fredericton  CBC.ca

Thousands of customers across the province are waiting for the power to come back on because of outages caused by lightning.




Tourists Witnessed A Great White Shark Attack A Seal On The Canadian Coast (VIDEO) - Narcity
Tourists Witnessed A Great White Shark Attack A Seal On The Canadian Coast (VIDEO)  Narcity

The whale-watching boat was not expecting a live episode of 'Planet Earth'




'Bonne fête!': Prime Minister joins National Acadian Day celebrations in Dieppe - CBC.ca
'Bonne fête!': Prime Minister joins National Acadian Day celebrations in Dieppe  CBC.ca

Thousands of people filled the streets of Dieppe, N.B., Thursday to celebrate National Acadian Day and the World Acadian Congress.




First-degree murder charge laid in death of Fredericton teen Corey Sisson - CBC.ca
First-degree murder charge laid in death of Fredericton teen Corey Sisson  CBC.ca

A Kingsclear First Nation man has been charged with first-degree murder in the death of a teenager whose body was found in woods east of Fredericton last ...




At 72, woman started second life ? as a New Brunswick Acadian - CBC.ca
At 72, woman started second life ? as a New Brunswick Acadian  CBC.ca

Lillian Vetter's life can be split into two chapters: the first 72 years of her life, and the past 25 years.




Two conversion therapy survivors want protections for LGBTQ youth - CBC.ca
Two conversion therapy survivors want protections for LGBTQ youth  CBC.ca

Two gay men who survived traumatic attempts to make them straight want young New Brunswickers protected from conversion therapy.




New Brunswick?s Route 114 gets $4 million for resurfacing project - Global News
New Brunswick?s Route 114 gets $4 million for resurfacing project  Global News

WATCH: Both the federal and provincial governments have announced that they'll be splitting funding for the resurfacing of Route 114, and as Andrew Cromwell ...




Man injured, service dog dies in camper fire in Penobsquis - CBC.ca
Man injured, service dog dies in camper fire in Penobsquis  CBC.ca

An Ontario man is hurt and the family's *service* dog is dead following a camper fire at the Pine Cone Campground in Penobsquis, N.B., early Saturday.




Previously entangled right whale spotted free of gear - CBC.ca
Previously entangled right whale spotted free of gear  CBC.ca

A North Atlantic right whale that was seen entangled in fishing gear in late June has now been spotted swimming free of any gear, according to Fisheries and ...




Traditional Chinese clothing inspires a budding fashion in Saint John - CBC.ca
Traditional Chinese clothing inspires a budding fashion in Saint John  CBC.ca

It's been catching on in China for a decade
Now, 21-year-old Shui Tang is introducing Saint John to the modern take on the traditional clothing of China's Han ...




New pilot program launched to help protect Canadian companies online - Global News
New pilot program launched to help protect Canadian companies online  Global News

The government of Canada launched a new program aimed at protecting organizations that are based online, and researchers at the University of New ...




New Brunswick Crown will not appeal acquittal in Dennis Oland murder trial - National Post
New Brunswick Crown will not appeal acquittal in Dennis Oland murder trial  National Post

FREDERICTON ? New Brunswick's Public Prosecution Services will not appeal last month's acquittal of Dennis Oland on a charge of second-degree murder in ...




Did New Brunswick host Canada?s first legal cannabis pop-up? - The GrowthOp
Did New Brunswick host Canada?s first legal cannabis pop-up?  The GrowthOp

Twin goals were to showcase Cannabis NB's product training program and recreate the experience of visiting a provincially run store, the only legal option for ...




New Brunswick nursing strategy prescribes immigrant RNs for growing labour shortage - Canada Immigration News
New Brunswick nursing strategy prescribes immigrant RNs for growing labour shortage  Canada Immigration News

Internationally trained nurses will be required to address a looming shortage in New Brunswick's health-care system, a new government strategy document says.




The Government of Canada Increases Support for New Brunswick Festivals, Community Celebrations and Arts Presenters, and Announces New Support for National Acadian Day Festivities - Canada NewsWire
The Government of Canada Increases Support for New Brunswick Festivals, Community Celebrations and Arts Presenters, and Announces New Support for National Acadian Day Festivities  Canada NewsWire

The Honourable Pablo Rodriguez, Minister of Canadian Heritage and Multiculturalism, announces increased support for 181 festivals, community celebrations ...




Police looking for pickup truck connected to homicide investigation - CBC.ca
Police looking for pickup truck connected to homicide investigation  CBC.ca

The New Brunswick RCMP is asking for help locating a pickup truck connected to the homicide investigation of the death of 19-year-old Corey Daniel Sisson.




Startup proposes large-scale solar farm in northern New Brunswick - CBC.ca
Startup proposes large-scale solar farm in northern New Brunswick  CBC.ca

A startup is seeking environmental approval to build the province's first large-scale solar farm in a rural area south of Bathurst
C2 Solar Ltd
filed for an ...




Chief Patricia Bernard one of 10 named to Order of New Brunswick - CBC.ca
Chief Patricia Bernard one of 10 named to Order of New Brunswick  CBC.ca

Madawaska Maliseet First Nation Chief Patricia Bernard is one of 10 people who were named as recipients of the Order of New Brunswick at official New ...




3 people charged in relation to Fredericton north side standoff - CBC.ca
3 people charged in relation to Fredericton north side standoff  CBC.ca

Three people have been charged in connection with a standoff on Fredericton's north side earlier this week that closed streets and kept officers with their guns ...




Fighting a bat killer: B.C
scientists testing new way to protect against deadly fungus - CBC News
Fighting a bat killer: B.C
scientists testing new way to protect against deadly fungus
  CBC News

White nose syndrome weakens bats and can be fatal to more than 90 per cent of a colony once it's infested, but scientists in British Columbia are trying a new ...




Nova Scotia, New Brunswick to experience sweltering weekend weather - Global News
Nova Scotia, New Brunswick to experience sweltering weekend weather  Global News

Humidex values could reach as high as 39 on Saturday and Sunday in both provinces.




Invasion of the giant goldfish: Pets overrun local swimming hole - CBC.ca
Invasion of the giant goldfish: Pets overrun local swimming hole  CBC.ca

Getting a goldfish is easy
Getting rid of them? That's a whole other story
On a hot August afternoon at the Cuts ? a popular swimming hole in Springfield, near ...




Missing 19-year-old Fredericton man identified as homicide victim - CBC.ca
Missing 19-year-old Fredericton man identified as homicide victim  CBC.ca

A man found dead in a wooded area in Noonan has been identified as 19-year-old Corey Daniel Sisson of Fredericton, police said Tuesday.




New Brunswick motorcycle rider killed in crash on P.E.I
- CBC.ca
New Brunswick motorcycle rider killed in crash on P.E.I.  CBC.ca

P.E.I
RCMP say the rider of a motorcycle was killed in a crash involving a pickup truck along Route 2 in the Hunter River area Thursday.




Regulator takes control of Sussex woodlot owners group - CBC.ca
Regulator takes control of Sussex woodlot owners group  CBC.ca

New Brunswick's Forest Products Commission has taken control of the Sussex-based SNB Forest Products Marketing Board in a move described as showing ...




Dennis Oland murder retrial cost New Brunswick taxpayers $930K - CBC.ca
Dennis Oland murder retrial cost New Brunswick taxpayers $930K  CBC.ca

Dennis Oland's murder retrial cost New Brunswick taxpayers nearly $930,000 so far, figures obtained by CBC News reveal
That's on top of the more than ...




Newcomers learn about Canada by paddling N.B
rivers - CTV News
Newcomers learn about Canada by paddling N.B
rivers
  CTV News

There's a lot to learn if you're new to Canada, but there's also a lot to enjoy
Some young newcomers were given an opportunity Wednesday to enjoy some of the ...




New Brunswick NDP cancels leadership convention after candidate fails vetting process - CBC.ca
New Brunswick NDP cancels leadership convention after candidate fails vetting process  CBC.ca

The New Brunswick New Democratic Party remains optimistic it will recruit a number of qualified candidates in order to hold a leadership convention.




New Brunswick introduces targeted searches of Express Entry pool - Canada Immigration News
New Brunswick introduces targeted searches of Express Entry pool  Canada Immigration News

Express Entry candidates may now receive an invitation to apply for a provincial nomination from New Brunswick whether they've registered an Expression of ...




Why Dennis Oland was found not guilty of murder at his retrial - CBC News
Why Dennis Oland was found not guilty of murder at his retrial  CBC News

Unlike the jury that convicted Dennis Oland at his first murder trial in 2015, the judge who found him not guilty at his retrial Friday in the death of his father had to ...




Four-year-old boy bitten by rabid bat in Hartland, N.B
- CBC News
Four-year-old boy bitten by rabid bat in Hartland, N.B.  CBC News

A big brown bat that had contact with a person in Carleton County has tested positive for rabies, according to the Department of Health.




Halifax-themed restaurant satisfying East Coast cravings out West - CBC.ca
Halifax-themed restaurant satisfying East Coast cravings out West  CBC.ca

An Alberta restaurant serving East Coast favourites is striking a chord with Atlantic Canadians and Western Canadians alike ? and it has plans to keep ...




Quispamsis checks for cyanobacteria after 3 dead raccoons found in Ritchie Lake - CBC.ca
Quispamsis checks for cyanobacteria after 3 dead raccoons found in Ritchie Lake  CBC.ca

The Town of Quispamsis has issued an advisory about possible cyanobacteria in Ritchie Lake after three dead raccoons were discovered in the water.




Dennis Oland not guilty of murder in retrial over 2011 death of multimillionaire father - CBC News
Dennis Oland not guilty of murder in retrial over 2011 death of multimillionaire father  CBC News

Dennis Oland has been found not guilty of second-degree murder at his retrial in the death of his father Richard Oland, eight years to the month after the ...




First Nations chiefs declare climate emergency on Day 1 of AFN annual assembly - CBC News
First Nations chiefs declare climate emergency on Day 1 of AFN annual assembly  CBC News

Environmental issues such as climate change and water protection took priority during the first round of talks on the opening day of the 40th annual general ...




Honouring Acadians in Riverside-Albert small gesture, but 'profound statement' - CBC.ca
Honouring Acadians in Riverside-Albert small gesture, but 'profound statement'  CBC.ca

The village of Riverside-Albert is mostly anglophone, so its Acadian origins might come as a bit of a surprise to most New Brunswickers
In fact, news that the first ...




Suspect arrested after Canadian woman escapes attack in New Zealand that killed her fiancé - CBC News
Suspect arrested after Canadian woman escapes attack in New Zealand that killed her fiancé  CBC News

Police in New Zealand say a suspect has been arrested after an apparently random attack from which a Canadian woman was able to escape but killed her ...




New Brunswick turns to bow hunt to control deer in populated areas - Global News
New Brunswick turns to bow hunt to control deer in populated areas  Global News

As roaming deer become a growing problem in New Brunswick municipalities, destroying gardens and even confronting pedestrians, the New Brunswick ...




Emerald ash borer invasion spreads to another New Brunswick community - CBC.ca
Emerald ash borer invasion spreads to another New Brunswick community  CBC.ca

A dreaded tree-trashing insect has been recorded in a new location in New Brunswick, but the Canadian Food Inspection Agency won't confirm where the ...




Global News Morning welcomes Alyse Hand as new co-host - Global News
Global News Morning welcomes Alyse Hand as new co-host  Global News

Global News Halifax and Global News New Brunswick are delighted to welcome Alyse Hand as the new co-host of Global News Morning.




Moncton's new Centennial pool won't open until 2020 - CBC.ca
Moncton's new Centennial pool won't open until 2020  CBC.ca

A new pool at Moncton's Centennial Park will not be opening this year after all.




Roadwork starts on Route 114 near Fundy National Park, but residents skeptical - CBC.ca
Roadwork starts on Route 114 near Fundy National Park, but residents skeptical  CBC.ca

Crews have started fixing up the pocked roadway that tourists travel to reach some of New Brunswick's most iconic vistas
But the promise of a renewed Route ...




Canadian business association calls federal government to address labour shortages - Canada Immigration News
Canadian business association calls federal government to address labour shortages  Canada Immigration News

429000 jobs went unfulfilled in the second quarter of 2019; Canadian immigration programs addressing need for talent.




Lots of fears to overcome when preparing to swim from New Brunswick to P.E.I
- TheChronicleHerald.ca
Lots of fears to overcome when preparing to swim from New Brunswick to P.E.I.  TheChronicleHerald.ca

A 13-year-old Halifax boy is taking the plunge as he attempts to swim across the Northumberland Strait for the first time on Sunday
Taylor Hollett will join more ...




Bat that bit N.B
boy in his bedroom tests positive for rabies - CTV News
Bat that bit N.B
boy in his bedroom tests positive for rabies
  CTV News

A brown bat that bit a four-year-old New Brunswick boy in his bedroom has tested positive for rabies.




Goldstar Minerals begins diamond-drilling on its Lake George Property in New Brunswick, Canada - Junior Mining Network
Goldstar Minerals begins diamond-drilling on its Lake George Property in New Brunswick, Canada  Junior Mining Network

TSX VENTURE: GDM www.goldstarminerals.com
Mr
Benoit Moreau reports: MONTREAL, Aug
08, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Goldstar Minerals Inc.




Three artists bringing Canadian art community to Regina - Regina Leader-Post
Three artists bringing Canadian art community to Regina  Regina Leader-Post

The Eleventh Avenue Expo in Regina showcased the work of 30 Canadian artists over the weekend.




N.B.'s high school climate change curriculum oldest in country - CBC.ca
N.B.'s high school climate change curriculum oldest in country  CBC.ca

High school students in New Brunswick and Nova Scotia are faring the worst when it comes to learning about the causes of climate change says the lead author ...




Swimmers urged to take precautions with blue-green algae warning in effect along Saint John River - Global News
Swimmers urged to take precautions with blue-green algae warning in effect along Saint John River  Global News

WATCH: The threat of blue-green algae or cynobacteria in provincial lakes and rivers doesn't mean the public can't enjoy an opportunity to cool off in them.




Noisy library? Construction forces Saint John Free Public Library into mall - CBC.ca
Noisy library? Construction forces Saint John Free Public Library into mall  CBC.ca

Libraries are normally quiet places, but the Saint John Free Public Library in Market Square has been so noisy lately it's had to close on occasion and ...




RCMP locate pickup truck in connection with Corey Sisson homicide investigation - CBC.ca
RCMP locate pickup truck in connection with Corey Sisson homicide investigation  CBC.ca

RCMP have located the pickup truck they were searching for in the homicide investigation into the death of 19-year-old Corey Sisson of Fredericton.




What bugs the bugs? N.L
research to fend off spruce budworm - CBC.ca
What bugs the bugs? N.L
research to fend off spruce budworm
  CBC.ca

Researchers with the Canadian Forest *Service* are studying the natural enemies of the spruce budworm, in an effort to prevent a future outbreak that could be ...




Make it or break stretch begins as Argos take on their Eastern foes - Canada.com
Make it or break stretch begins as Argos take on their Eastern foes  Canada.com

Having wrapped up a tough seven-game stretch against Western competition, the Argos now begin a three-game run against their three Eastern opponents.




Fredericton buckles down on flood planning after money from Ottawa, public meetings - CBC.ca
Fredericton buckles down on flood planning after money from Ottawa, public meetings  CBC.ca

Public meetings on how Fredericton should adapt to flooding have underscored the long-term impact floods have on people, says a city official.




Francophone nurses in New Brunswick file official languages complaint - The Globe and Mail
Francophone nurses in New Brunswick file official languages complaint  The Globe and Mail

The group claim those who take the entry-to-practice examination in French aren't offered enough preparatory material.




Ten people named to Order of New Brunswick for community, charitable works - Toronto Star
Ten people named to Order of New Brunswick for community, charitable works  Toronto Star

The recipients are recognized for achievements that range from uniting an aboriginal community to protecting vulnerable citizens.




Elvis impersonator shares A Big Hunk O'Love at nursing homes in Saint John - CBC.ca
Elvis impersonator shares A Big Hunk O'Love at nursing homes in Saint John  CBC.ca

The King is back ? only this time he's traded the concert stage for nursing homes in Saint John
Alan England has been a volunteer Elvis Presley impersonator ...




New Brunswick Southwest: Boost for North Head Dredging - Dredging Today
New Brunswick Southwest: Boost for North Head Dredging  Dredging Today

Member of Parliament for New Brunswick Southwest, Karen Ludwig, has announced new investments in harbor infrastructure projects in North Head, Southwest ...




Protecting public health should drive climate policy - Policy Options
Protecting public health should drive climate policy  Policy Options

Health and well-being should be the driving force behind climate change policy, with a focus on the specific needs of various Canadian communities.




Hundreds Of Walmart Stores Across Canada Will Now Deliver Groceries Straight To Your Door - Narcity
Hundreds Of Walmart Stores Across Canada Will Now Deliver Groceries Straight To Your Door  Narcity

As the Canadian summer begins to draw to an end, and the nights become slightly cooler and darker, just the idea of winter coming back around is enough to ...




Corridor's Shale Development in New Brunswick Stalls on Environmental, Native Opposition - Natural Gas Intelligence
Corridor's Shale Development in New Brunswick Stalls on Environmental, Native Opposition  Natural Gas Intelligence

Corridor Resources Inc.'s proposed C$70 million ($52 million) shale gas development campaign in New Brunswick has been thwarted by indigenous and ...




Residents in rural New Brunswick to benefit from expanded high speed, broadband Internet coverage - New Kerala
Residents in rural New Brunswick to benefit from expanded high speed, broadband Internet coverage  New Kerala

ST
MARTINS, NB: The availability of high?speed Internet infrastructure in rural communities is critical for economic development and access to essential ...




Top Trudeau ally offers backing as Canada ethics scandal flares back into life - Reuters Canada
Top Trudeau ally offers backing as Canada ethics scandal flares back into life  Reuters Canada

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on Thursday won the backing of a key ally in the aftermath of damning ethics report that could hurt the ruling Liberal ...




7 Giant Roadside Attractions In Canada That Are So Weird You Have To See Them - Narcity
7 Giant Roadside Attractions In Canada That Are So Weird You Have To See Them  Narcity

Across Canada, we have so many unique attractions to discover! The next time you're on a road trip, you'll want to make sure to stop at these seven weird giant ...




New Brunswick population is growing, but more slowly than rest of Canada - CBC.ca
New Brunswick population is growing, but more slowly than rest of Canada  CBC.ca

After a brief and shallow dip late last year, New Brunswick resumed growing this year in what has developed into the longest and largest expansion of ...




152 and counting: New Brunswick celebrates Canada Day - CBC.ca
152 and counting: New Brunswick celebrates Canada Day  CBC.ca

A look at some of the fun festivities in Fredericton, Saint John and Moncton for Canada Day.




New Brunswick population growing faster than it has in decades, study says - CBC.ca
New Brunswick population growing faster than it has in decades, study says  CBC.ca

A new study says New Brunswick's population is growing at its fastest pace in decades, although still more slowly than the other two Maritime provinces.




Trump wants to buy Greenland from Denmark - Vox.com
Trump wants to buy Greenland from Denmark  Vox.com

He's not even the first president who's tried, but the island is not for sale.




Of Mice And Men: The Sorry Saga of the Westmorland Chemical Park - Boxscore
Of Mice And Men: The Sorry Saga of the Westmorland Chemical Park  Boxscore

by Jamie Heap and Gene Goodrich (Special to Box Score News/SONHAR Sports)
Courtesy of the Westmorland Historical Society Newsletter (Volume 54, No.




Houses in New Brunswick selling at unusually fast rate - CBC.ca
Houses in New Brunswick selling at unusually fast rate  CBC.ca

New Brunswick homes are selling at the fastest rate in 10 years, creating a demand for supply that has realtors hitting the streets in search of new listings, ...




New Brunswick's economy gains 3,000 jobs in May, pushes unemployment rate down - CBC.ca
New Brunswick's economy gains 3,000 jobs in May, pushes unemployment rate down  CBC.ca

New Brunswick's economy added 3000 jobs in May, which helped dropped the province's unemployment rate, according to Statistics Canada's monthly labour ...




New Brunswick will keep flooding
We have to adapt - Toronto Star
New Brunswick will keep flooding
We have to adapt
  Toronto Star

Every indication from the coming climate models is that our floods are going to get larger, more frequent and more destructive in the future.




Opportunities New Brunswick eliminates 24 full-time positions - CBC.ca
Opportunities New Brunswick eliminates 24 full-time positions  CBC.ca

The provincial government's lead job-creation agency has slashed more than 15 per cent of its workforce
Economic Development Minister Mary Wilson ...




Trans-Canada Highway reopens across New Brunswick after week-long flood closure - Global News
Trans-Canada Highway reopens across New Brunswick after week-long flood closure  Global News

The provincial government announced Wednesday that the highway now runs one lane in each direction for a section where flooding had occurred.




Hundreds forced from homes, part of Trans-Canada closed as river rises below Fredericton - CBC News
Hundreds forced from homes, part of Trans-Canada closed as river rises below Fredericton  CBC News

The New Brunswick government will close the Trans-Canada Highway between Oromocto and River Glade, southwest of Moncton, on Wednesday night to deal ...




Potter from Mexico moulds a new life in New Brunswick - Global News
Potter from Mexico moulds a new life in New Brunswick  Global News

WATCH: Elsa Valinas is making a name for herself as an up and coming potter in Fredericton and her works symbolic of her life back home in Mexico
Shelley ...




Southern New Brunswick still flooded as waters slowly recede - Global News
Southern New Brunswick still flooded as waters slowly recede  Global News

WATCH ABOVE: Officials in New Brunswick are urging patience while floodwaters are receding, saying there's a long way to go before the response can ...




New Brunswick moves toward mandatory immunization for students - CBC.ca
New Brunswick moves toward mandatory immunization for students  CBC.ca

The New Brunswick government introduced legislative amendments Friday that would make medical exemptions the only acceptable reason for children in ...




New Brunswick 'Elvis' denied entry to U.S
to perform at cross-country festival - CBC.ca
New Brunswick 'Elvis' denied entry to U.S
to perform at cross-country festival
  CBC.ca

Several Canadian performers faced intense scrutiny and questioning at the U.S.-Canada border Thursday, despite an invitation by a Maine town to celebrate ...




Travelling today? Here are the roads, ferries closed by the New Brunswick flood - CBC.ca
Travelling today? Here are the roads, ferries closed by the New Brunswick flood  CBC.ca

The Trans-Canada Highway between Oromocto and River Glade could remain closed until early next week, according to Al Giberson, the general operations ...




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