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Contagious horse disease reported in province - CBC.ca
Contagious horse disease reported in province  CBC.ca

A case of a highly contagious disease for horses has been confirmed in New Brunswick
Equestrian Canada issued a release Friday stating a farm in the ...




New Brunswick to increase penalties for drug-impaired driving - CBC.ca
New Brunswick to increase penalties for drug-impaired driving  CBC.ca

The New Brunswick government is amending its Motor Vehicle Act next week to slap harsher penalties on those who get behind the wheel while impaired by ...




Canada's National e-Prescription Service Launches in New Brunswick - Canada NewsWire
Canada's National e-Prescription Service Launches in New Brunswick  Canada NewsWire

Saint John is the First Community in Province to use PrescribeIT?
TORONTO, Dec
11, 2018 /CNW/ - Citizens of New Brunswick are well on their way to ...




University of New Brunswick researcher becomes first in Canada to focus solely on cannabis - Global News
University of New Brunswick researcher becomes first in Canada to focus solely on cannabis  Global News

Starting in January at the University of New Brunswick, Qu will be the country's first academic researcher focused solely on the cannabis plant, building on years ...




The day New Brunswick switched to driving on the right - CBC News
The day New Brunswick switched to driving on the right  CBC News

Traffic anarchy
Head-on collisions
Confused horses
No one knew what to expect on Dec
1, 1922, when New Brunswick switched to the right-hand rule of the ...




If the Francophonie Games are cancelled, New Brunswick could still have to pay - CBC.ca
If the Francophonie Games are cancelled, New Brunswick could still have to pay  CBC.ca

New Brunswick could be on the hook for hefty costs for the 2021 Francophonie Games even if the Higgs government pulls the plug on the event
Premier Blaine ...




Power outages will persist overnight after major storm batters Atlantic Canada - CBC News
Power outages will persist overnight after major storm batters Atlantic Canada  CBC News

Some Atlantic Canadians will remain without electricity until at least Friday morning after a powerful winter storm battered the East Coast, forcing school closures ...




Ambulance New Brunswick is the most secretive provincial government agency in Canada: report - Global News
Ambulance New Brunswick is the most secretive provincial government agency in Canada: report  Global News

The groups say that Ambulance New Brunswick deserved the award for refusing for months to disclose records related to "the frequency of ambulances taken off ...




Early frost in New Brunswick causing shortage in Christmas trees - Global News
Early frost in New Brunswick causing shortage in Christmas trees  Global News

Fri, Dec 14: A late spring freeze and an early snowfall in parts of New Brunswick has set some Christmas tree growers well behind past years
But it may be a ...




Rare sketches depict New Brunswick before photography - CBC.ca
Rare sketches depict New Brunswick before photography  CBC.ca

Sketches donated to the Provincial Archives of New Brunswick offer a rare glimpse at the landscape of the province in the pre-photography era.




Small business operators still feel crunch from Canada Post strike - CBC.ca
Small business operators still feel crunch from Canada Post strike  CBC.ca

Crafters and small business owners who depend on online sales are still feeling the crunch of the recent Canada Post strike
Roslyn Sambles, the owner and ...




Governments of Canada and New Brunswick announce agreements to give workers the tools they need to find and keep good jobs - Canada NewsWire
Governments of Canada and New Brunswick announce agreements to give workers the tools they need to find and keep good jobs  Canada NewsWire

An estimated 18,000 more New Brunswick workers to benefit
GATINEAU, QC, Dec
4, 2018 /CNW/ - By investing directly in Canada's greatest asset?its resilient ...




New Brunswick premier hopes to convince Quebec of Energy East benefits - CanadianBusiness.com
New Brunswick premier hopes to convince Quebec of Energy East benefits  CanadianBusiness.com

FREDERICTON ? The premier of New Brunswick says he believes he can convince Quebec's skeptical premier of the benefits of reviving the Energy East ...




Southern New Brunswick prepares for another 20 cm of snow this week - CBC.ca
Southern New Brunswick prepares for another 20 cm of snow this week  CBC.ca

The southern half of the province is going to be hit with yet another snowstorm this week, according to a special weather statement from Environment Canada.




Distillers argue NB Liquor's markups are like 'paying the mob' - CBC.ca
Distillers argue NB Liquor's markups are like 'paying the mob'  CBC.ca

New Brunswick distillery owners say the amount NB Liquor charges for selling their vodka on their own property is killing their businesses.




N.B
balks at $130-million cost of hosting 2021 Francophonie Games - The Globe and Mail
N.B
balks at $130-million cost of hosting 2021 Francophonie Games
  The Globe and Mail

The 2021 Francophonie Games, expected to attract athletes from around the world, may prove too costly for New Brunswick's new Tory government.




New Brunswick to develop carbon plan, won't stop fighting fed's carbon tax - CTV News
New Brunswick to develop carbon plan, won't stop fighting fed's carbon tax  CTV News

New Brunswick's new Tory premier says his government will develop a plan to reduce carbon emissions, but won't give up on being part of a court challenge of ...




New Brunswick adds 1,700 jobs, but unemployment rate rises in November - CBC.ca
New Brunswick adds 1,700 jobs, but unemployment rate rises in November  CBC.ca

New Brunswick's economy added 1700 jobs in November, according to Statistics Canada's monthly labour force survey.




New Brunswick craft alcohol producer wins national tourism award - CBC.ca
New Brunswick craft alcohol producer wins national tourism award  CBC.ca

A New Brunswick craft alcohol producer has won a national tourism award at a ceremony in Gatineau
Petit-Paquetville's Distillerie Fils du Roy won a community ...




Seniors living in poverty on the rise in New Brunswick - CBC.ca
Seniors living in poverty on the rise in New Brunswick  CBC.ca

A study from the University of Moncton estimates 20.2 per cent of New Brunswick seniors are living in poverty.




Can you legally tell a co-worker to 'f--k off' in New Brunswick? - CBC News
Can you legally tell a co-worker to 'f--k off' in New Brunswick?  CBC News

In many New Brunswick workplaces, a little swearing and salty language are par for the course
But if there ever were times when New Brunswickers could ...




New Brunswick?s Express Entry stream reopens to Expressions of Interest - Canada Immigration News
New Brunswick?s Express Entry stream reopens to Expressions of Interest  Canada Immigration News

New Brunswick is now accepting Expressions of Interest to its Express Entry-linked immigration stream
New Brunswick's Provincial Nominee Program, the ...




Woman dead after head-on crash on Route 126 - CBC.ca
Woman dead after head-on crash on Route 126  CBC.ca

A 45-year-old Miramichi woman is dead after she crashed head-on with a tractor-trailer in central New Brunswick.




Federal minister feuds with N.B
premier after dramatic project cuts - CTV News
Federal minister feuds with N.B
premier after dramatic project cuts
  CTV News

The federal intergovernmental affairs minister has launched an attack on the Tory premier of his home province, after dramatic project cuts that left millions of ...




Algonquin Power buys Enbridge Gas New Brunswick for $331M - CBC.ca
Algonquin Power buys Enbridge Gas New Brunswick for $331M  CBC.ca

Canada's largest natural-gas pipeline company is dumping its once-troubled New Brunswick retail gas system less than two decades after it entered the ...




Worker killed by CN railcar in New Brunswick - Canadian Occupational Safety
Worker killed by CN railcar in New Brunswick  Canadian Occupational Safety

EDMUNDSTON, N.B
(CP) ? The union that represents CN rail workers has identified the person killed at a railyard in Edmundston, N.B., as a 33-year-old father ...




E
coli case in New Brunswick is linked to romaine lettuce - CBC.ca
E
coli case in New Brunswick is linked to romaine lettuce
  CBC.ca

A case of E
coli has been confirmed in New Brunswick and linked to contaminated lettuce
The strain is the same one that has been found on romaine lettuce in ...




New Brunswick's new premier working to bring Energy East pipeline back from the dead - Financial Post
New Brunswick's new premier working to bring Energy East pipeline back from the dead  Financial Post

FREDERICTON ? New Brunswick's new premier is trying to revive the Energy East pipeline ? even though the original proponent says the project is dead.




New Brunswick premier wants to revive Energy East ? but TransCanada's not interested - CBC News
New Brunswick premier wants to revive Energy East ? but TransCanada's not interested  CBC News

New Brunswick's premier is hoping to restart the Energy East pipeline project ? even though the company behind the project has no plans to do so.




Chocolate milk and fruit juices to return to New Brunswick schools - TheChronicleHerald.ca
Chocolate milk and fruit juices to return to New Brunswick schools  TheChronicleHerald.ca

FREDERICTON ? Chocolate milk is making a comeback in New Brunswick schools, after a much-derided ban on sugary drinks and snacks became an issue ...




Higgs promises to balance budget by 2020, energize private sector - CBC.ca
Higgs promises to balance budget by 2020, energize private sector  CBC.ca

The new Progressive Conservative minority government has delivered its first throne speech, an agenda that aims to be both modest and ambitious at the same ...




Got $1? You're rich enough to buy property in this lakeside N.B
village - CTV News
Got $1? You're rich enough to buy property in this lakeside N.B
village
  CTV News

Not rich enough for real estate in the big city? For $1, you can buy a plot of land to build the home of your dreams in McAdam, a sleepy New Brunswick village.




New non-emergency ambulance service won't require bilingual crews - CBC.ca
New non-emergency ambulance service won't require bilingual crews  CBC.ca

The new Progressive Conservative government has unveiled what it says is the first step in fixing the province's ambulance system.




New Brunswick to receive close to 25 cm of snow as winter storm moves through Atlantic Canada - Global News
New Brunswick to receive close to 25 cm of snow as winter storm moves through Atlantic Canada  Global News

Atlantic Canadians should be prepared for a smattering of heavy snow and wind as a winter storm makes its way through New Brunswick on Tuesday and ...




Ambulance New Brunswick is Canada's most secretive government agency in 2018 - Canada NewsWire
Ambulance New Brunswick is Canada's most secretive government agency in 2018  Canada NewsWire

OTTAWA, Nov
19, 2018 /CNW/ - Ambulance New Brunswick is the 2018 recipient of the Code of Silence Award for Outstanding Achievement in Government ...




Edmundston mayor seeks 'comprehensive' study of proposed new bridge to Maine - CBC.ca
Edmundston mayor seeks 'comprehensive' study of proposed new bridge to Maine  CBC.ca

Edmundston Mayor Cyrille Simard says he wants a comprehensive assessment done before the Madawaska-Edmundston international bridge is replaced.




Moncton apartment building evacuated after paper carrier sees smoke - CBC.ca
Moncton apartment building evacuated after paper carrier sees smoke  CBC.ca

A 10-storey apartment building in Moncton was evacuated, including some tenants who were carried down several flights of stairs by firefighters, after an early ...




Quebec slams door on New Brunswick?s pipeline dream at premiers? meeting - Toronto Star
Quebec slams door on New Brunswick?s pipeline dream at premiers? meeting  Toronto Star

While the prime minister and Canada's premiers found common ground on issues such as trade during their meeting in Montreal, they were confronted with the ...




New N.B
premier wants to revive Energy East pipeline - CTV News
New N.B
premier wants to revive Energy East pipeline
  CTV News

New Brunswick's new premier is trying to revive the Energy East pipeline, even though the original proponent says the project is dead.




PCs' decision to curtail big projects can cut both ways, credit-rating agency says - CBC.ca
PCs' decision to curtail big projects can cut both ways, credit-rating agency says  CBC.ca

After the provincial government's promise to scale back public spending, the vice-president of public finance at Dominion Bond Rating *Service* says trimming ...




New Brunswick will challenge Ottawa?s carbon tax, make new emissions plan - Toronto Star
New Brunswick will challenge Ottawa?s carbon tax, make new emissions plan  Toronto Star

New Premier Blaine Higgs says the carbon tax ?unfairly targets New Brunswick businesses? and claims the province would be paying the country's highest tax ...




New Brunswick speed skating official says sport is ?growing back up again? in the province - Global News
New Brunswick speed skating official says sport is ?growing back up again? in the province  Global News

WATCH: Head coach Derrick MacLeod of the New Brunswick short-track speed skating team feels the sport is approaching another ?boom? period, similar to ...




Prof 'shocked' by New Brunswick medical officer's advice about avoiding E
coli - CBC.ca
Prof 'shocked' by New Brunswick medical officer's advice about avoiding E
coli
  CBC.ca

When it comes to E
coli on your romaine lettuce, washing won't cut it, says professor and food microbiologist.




Man dies in crash near New Brunswick-Nova Scotia border - CBC.ca
Man dies in crash near New Brunswick-Nova Scotia border  CBC.ca

A man has died following a two-vehicle crash involving a transport truck near Aulac, N.B
The eastbound lane of Highway 2 is closed and traffic is being diverted ...




4 members of Francophonie Games committee resign over controversy - CBC.ca
4 members of Francophonie Games committee resign over controversy  CBC.ca

Four members of the board of directors of the organizing committee of the 2021 Francophonie Games announced their resignation Wednesday afternoon, citing ...




RCMP searching for missing Moncton man - CBC.ca
RCMP searching for missing Moncton man  CBC.ca

RCMP are asking for the public's help to locate a missing 40-year-old man from Moncton.




New resource development minister sets sights on turkey hunt - CBC.ca
New resource development minister sets sights on turkey hunt  CBC.ca

Wild turkey numbers have been growing slowly for years, and it may not be long before New Brunswickers are able to hunt them
Mike Holland, the new minister ...




Snowstorm creates slippery roads for drivers across province - CBC.ca
Snowstorm creates slippery roads for drivers across province  CBC.ca

Motorists are being advised to drive with caution as a major snowstorm causes slippery road conditions across the province.




N.B
Village Is Selling Land For Houses For Less Than A Cup Of Coffee - HuffPost Canada
N.B
Village Is Selling Land For Houses For Less Than A Cup Of Coffee
  HuffPost Canada

Most stories about too-good-to-be-true houses or land for sale talk about struggling communities that are failing to attract newcomers to move there
But in a tiny ...




New N.B
premier hopes to reintroduce Energy East pipeline - Toronto Star
New N.B
premier hopes to reintroduce Energy East pipeline
  Toronto Star

New Brunswick's new premier is trying to revive the Energy East pipeline ? even though the original proponent says the project is dead.




Province's 'financially sound candidacy' touted among reasons to select Francophonie Games bid - CBC.ca
Province's 'financially sound candidacy' touted among reasons to select Francophonie Games bid  CBC.ca

Documents containing New Brunswick's original bid to host the 2021 Francophonie Games, shared by the provincial government with Radio-Canada, reveal ...




Fewer people dying from opioids in N.B., new data shows - CBC.ca
Fewer people dying from opioids in N.B., new data shows  CBC.ca

People who work at New Brunswick's harm reduction agencies are crediting wider access to naloxone for decreasing the number of opioid overdose deaths so ...




New legislation on the way to curb soaring WorksafeNB premiums - CBC.ca
New legislation on the way to curb soaring WorksafeNB premiums  CBC.ca

The Higgs government is introducing legislation designed to rein in soaring Worksafe New Brunswick premiums.




New Brunswick legislators set to vote on partial lifting of fracking moratorium - Toronto Star
New Brunswick legislators set to vote on partial lifting of fracking moratorium  Toronto Star

FREDERICTON?The potential for New Brunswick's new Tory government to partially lift a provincewide moratorium on fracking for natural gas should be known ...




Lincoln light show dedicated to 4-year-old MaCali Cormier - CBC.ca
Lincoln light show dedicated to 4-year-old MaCali Cormier  CBC.ca

When Dany and Catherine Falle heard of the death of four-year-old MaCali Cormier of Yarmouth, N.S., they were moved to remember her with their light show in ...




Bad weather causes power outages, school closures in northern N.B
- CBC.ca
Bad weather causes power outages, school closures in northern N.B.  CBC.ca

Poor weather conditions have forced some schools to close in northern New Brunswick on Wednesday and has caused close to 1,000 NB Power customers to ...




2 men arrested after highway chase across Nova Scotia-New Brunswick border - CBC.ca
2 men arrested after highway chase across Nova Scotia-New Brunswick border  CBC.ca

RCMP are looking for witnesses after a cross-border highway chase ended in two Riverview men being arrested Tuesday night
At the request of Nova Scotia ...




X-Terra Resources Options Four Mining Properties Located in New-Brunswick - Canada NewsWire
X-Terra Resources Options Four Mining Properties Located in New-Brunswick  Canada NewsWire

ROUYN-NORANDA, QC, Nov
19, 2018 /CNW Telbec/ - X-Terra Resources Inc
(TSXV: XTT) (FRANKFURT: XTR) ("X-Terra") is pleased to announce, ...




Father of two killed by CN railcar in New Brunswick - CTV News
Father of two killed by CN railcar in New Brunswick  CTV News

The union that represents CN rail workers has identified the person killed at a railyard in Edmundston, N.B., as a 33-year-old father of two.




New Brunswick updates workers' compensation system - Canadian Occupational Safety
New Brunswick updates workers' compensation system  Canadian Occupational Safety

The Government of New Brunswick has introduced legislative amendments that address the recommendations from the Report of the Task Force on ...




Freeland tops cabinet minister ratings - TheChronicleHerald.ca
Freeland tops cabinet minister ratings  TheChronicleHerald.ca

As schoolchildren get their end-of-year report cards and begin their holiday break, federal cabinet ministers have received their own performance reviews.




University of New Brunswick hires first research chair in cannabis health - The Globe and Mail
University of New Brunswick hires first research chair in cannabis health  The Globe and Mail

The tenure-track job will be split between the departments of chemistry and chemical engineering and is thought to be the first of its kind in the world.




$13M has been spent, but cancelling Fredericton courthouse worth the savings, says minister - CBC.ca
$13M has been spent, but cancelling Fredericton courthouse worth the savings, says minister  CBC.ca

After $13.05 million worth of work, the Centennial Building and courthouse project is on indefinite hold
The site will get some fencing and tidying up but no more.




Becca Schofield among this year?s recipients of the Order of New Brunswick - Toronto Star
Becca Schofield among this year?s recipients of the Order of New Brunswick  Toronto Star

FREDERICTON?A young New Brunswick girl who inspired people around the world to perform random acts of kindness will be honoured posthumously today ...




Government knew of rising Francophonie Games costs in October 2017 - CBC.ca
Government knew of rising Francophonie Games costs in October 2017  CBC.ca

A document shared by the Department of Tourism showing details of a provisional budget for the 2021 Francophonie Games raises more questions about how ...




15 centimetres of snow expected in northern N.B
- CBC.ca
15 centimetres of snow expected in northern N.B.  CBC.ca

Parts of New Brunswick could see up to 15 centimetres of snow Sunday night
Environment Canada has issued a snowfall warning for the northern areas of the ...




Employers to pay smaller WorkSafe premium increase than expected - CBC.ca
Employers to pay smaller WorkSafe premium increase than expected  CBC.ca

New Brunswick employers will be getting a small break on the premiums they pay to Worksafe New Brunswick next year.




Rising sea level means rising costs for Saint John - The Weather Network
Rising sea level means rising costs for Saint John  The Weather Network

It is estimated it will cost as much as $15 million to ready Saint John's former Canadian Coast Guard site for development.




Brian Gallant resigns as leader of New Brunswick?s Liberals - The Globe and Mail
Brian Gallant resigns as leader of New Brunswick?s Liberals  The Globe and Mail

Move comes in wake of losing confidence vote over Throne Speech, leading to ouster as premier; will stay on until replacement elected.




Deputy mayor of Saint John calls for ban on bad news, wants more positivity - Global News
Deputy mayor of Saint John calls for ban on bad news, wants more positivity  Global News

WATCH: In a bid to promote what's good about Saint John, the city's deputy mayor has jokingly suggested a four month ban on so-called bad news
Andrew ...




Higgs's bid to revive Energy East 'virtually impossible,' says ex-pipeline exec - CBC.ca
Higgs's bid to revive Energy East 'virtually impossible,' says ex-pipeline exec  CBC.ca

A former pipeline executive who worked on the proposed Energy East project says Premier Blaine Higgs's plan to revive the project is "virtually impossible.".




Why a New Brunswick judge dismissed the jury and declared a mistrial in the Dennis Oland murder case - Global News
Why a New Brunswick judge dismissed the jury and declared a mistrial in the Dennis Oland murder case  Global News

WATCH: At the heart of the legal mess that led to a mistrial in the Dennis Oland murder case is the unseemly notion of ?jury shopping.? Silas Brown has more on ...




Fredericton Police Chief Leanne Fitch to retire in 2019 - CBC.ca
Fredericton Police Chief Leanne Fitch to retire in 2019  CBC.ca

Fredericton Police Chief Leanne Fitch will retire in 2019 after two terms in the force's top job
The retirement was announced, albeit somewhat low-key, when ...




New Brunswick orders Saint John recycling facility shut down after multiple explosions - The Globe and Mail
New Brunswick orders Saint John recycling facility shut down after multiple explosions  The Globe and Mail

The New Brunswick government has ordered an explosion-plagued metal recycling facility at the Port of Saint John to cease all operations immediately.




New Brunswick Tories survive throne-speech vote, plan to amend fracking ban - The Globe and Mail
New Brunswick Tories survive throne-speech vote, plan to amend fracking ban  The Globe and Mail

The throne speech included a subamendment that urges government to allow limited natural gas development in the Sussex area.




Certain cauliflower, red leaf lettuce and green leaf lettuce produced by Adam Bros Farming Inc
recalled due to E
coli O157:H7 - Food Recall Warning - Canadian Food Inspection Agency
Certain cauliflower, red leaf lettuce and green leaf lettuce produced by Adam Bros Farming Inc
recalled due to E
coli O157:H7 - Food Recall Warning
  Canadian Food Inspection Agency

Recall date: December 15, 2018; Reason for recall: Microbiological - E
coli O157:H7; Hazard classification: Class 1; Company / Firm: Industry; Distribution: New ...




White Christmas up in the air with mild temperatures on horizon: Environment Canada - CTV News
White Christmas up in the air with mild temperatures on horizon: Environment Canada  CTV News

Saturday might have brought mild weather to much of Quebec, but the reprieve from winter will be short-lived, according to Environment Canada.




New Tory government in New Brunswick dramatically scales back capital spending - TheChronicleHerald.ca
New Tory government in New Brunswick dramatically scales back capital spending  TheChronicleHerald.ca

FREDERICTON ? New Brunswick's Progressive Conservative government has tabled a $600-million capital budget that dramatically turns away from the big ...




Confederation Bridge toll rises to $47.75 for cars - CBC.ca
Confederation Bridge toll rises to $47.75 for cars  CBC.ca

Cars and SUVs will pay 75 cents more to cross the Confederation Bridge in the new year
Beginning Jan
1, 2019, it will cost $47.75 for a two-axle vehicle to ...




Think winter means no more ticks? Think again - CTV News
Think winter means no more ticks? Think again  CTV News

Contrary to popular belief, ticks don't die when winter arrives
According to a tick researcher in New Brunswick, Canadians should continue to exercise caution ...




Cameras in a plastic surgeon's office: The Marketplace consumer cheat sheet - CBC News
Cameras in a plastic surgeon's office: The Marketplace consumer cheat sheet  CBC News

CBC's Marketplace rounds up the consumer and health news you need from the week, including a surgeon who may be filming patients without their consent, ...




New Brunswick to intervene in Saskatchewan court challenge of carbon tax - 680 News
New Brunswick to intervene in Saskatchewan court challenge of carbon tax  680 News

FREDERICTON ? The New Brunswick government says it will intervene in Saskatchewan's court challenge of the federal government's carbon pricing plan.




Enstilar® is now covered by the New Brunswick Drug Plan for Adults with Psoriasis Vulgaris - Canada NewsWire
Enstilar® is now covered by the New Brunswick Drug Plan for Adults with Psoriasis Vulgaris  Canada NewsWire

THORNHILL, ON, Nov
19, 2018 /CNW/ - LEO Pharma Canada has announced that as of November 8th, 2018, Enstilar® has been added as a Regular Benefit ...




Fredericton unveils early plan for new neighbourhood park - CBC.ca
Fredericton unveils early plan for new neighbourhood park  CBC.ca

The City of Fredericton has released a first draft of its plan for a new neighbourhood park in High Point Ridge that includes a play structure, a small splash pad ...




Saint John ordered 33 demolitions this year - CBC.ca
Saint John ordered 33 demolitions this year  CBC.ca

A 2011 provincial legislation has been instrumental in helping Saint John gets its abandoned building problem under control
The legislation under the ...




Fake website teaches New Brunswickers about real scams - Global News
Fake website teaches New Brunswickers about real scams  Global News

The site was created by New Brunswick's Financial and Consumer Services Commission, who decided that a good way to educate people about real investment ...




Firm proposes new wells as New Brunswick muses about end to fracking moratorium - TheChronicleHerald.ca
Firm proposes new wells as New Brunswick muses about end to fracking moratorium  TheChronicleHerald.ca

FREDERICTON ? New Brunswick's premier says he wants to forge ahead with plans to lift the province's fracking moratorium, and will speak this week with a ...




WJC: Team Canada makes their first cuts while Ian Scott impresses - Pension Plan Puppets
WJC: Team Canada makes their first cuts while Ian Scott impresses  Pension Plan Puppets

Team Canada will likely cut one of their three goalies, but Ian Scott has made the case for that not to be him.




New Brunswick woman loses $11K to internet scam - Global News
New Brunswick woman loses $11K to internet scam  Global News

WATCH: A New Brunswick woman is speaking out after a scam left her owing thousands to credit card companies
The woman was convinced by scammers to ...




New Brunswick's new finance minister takes aim at reducing net debt - The Telegram
New Brunswick's new finance minister takes aim at reducing net debt  The Telegram

FREDERICTON ? New Brunswick's new finance minister says that while the province's finances are improving, there needs to be a change in focus to start ...




New Brunswick premier still hopes to convince Quebec of Energy East benefits - Toronto Star
New Brunswick premier still hopes to convince Quebec of Energy East benefits  Toronto Star

Premier Blaine Higgs are hoping for a restart of the $16 billion Energy East pipeline project to get oil from Alberta to refineries in Eastern Canada.




UPEI sees increase in fraudulent international student applications - CBC.ca
UPEI sees increase in fraudulent international student applications  CBC.ca

The University of Prince Edward Island says it's seen an increase in fraudulent international student applications
Jerry Wang, the director of recruitment and ...




Stop sending mail and parcels, Canada Post asks foreign services - CBC.ca
Stop sending mail and parcels, Canada Post asks foreign services  CBC.ca

Canada Post has asked 190 international partners to halt mail and parcel shipments to Canada as it reels under a backlog resulting from a labour dispute.




'Guess who made it to Vogue?': 19-year-old New Brunswick model scores big with fashion magazine - Yahoo Style
'Guess who made it to Vogue?': 19-year-old New Brunswick model scores big with fashion magazine  Yahoo Style

"I achieved everyone's dream at this age and there's still more to come."




This company has paid millions to settle claims it defrauded U.S
government health programs
Now it?s partnering with Canadian public hospitals - Toronto Star
This company has paid millions to settle claims it defrauded U.S
government health programs
Now it?s partnering with Canadian public hospitals
  Toronto Star

Medtronic has consulted and partnered with more than 100 hospitals around the world, often with units that specialize in health conditions for which Medtronic ...




Lyme disease is steeped in controversy
Now some doctors are too afraid to treat patients - TheSpec.com
Lyme disease is steeped in controversy
Now some doctors are too afraid to treat patients
  TheSpec.com

These three Canadians say they are struggling with a chronic form of Lyme disease and feel abandoned by a health-care system divided over how to diagnose ...




7 New Brunswick communities hit by Canada Post strike - CBC.ca
7 New Brunswick communities hit by Canada Post strike  CBC.ca

At least 150 Canada Post employees are in the picket line at the Fredericton location
Seven other New Brunswick Canada Post locations are also off the job this ...




N.B
Liberals seek 'common ground' in throne speech to divided legislature - CTV News
N.B
Liberals seek 'common ground' in throne speech to divided legislature
  CTV News

New Brunswick's minority Liberal government has presented a throne speech with a bit of something for everyone, but it may not be enough to survive a ...




New Brunswick Tories prepare for power after Liberal government falls - CTV News
New Brunswick Tories prepare for power after Liberal government falls  CTV News

FREDERICTON -- Five weeks after New Brunswickers went to the polls, Tory Leader Blaine Higgs has become the premier-designate -- and is promising to ...




New Brunswick election highlights language politics of Canada's only bilingual province - National Post
New Brunswick election highlights language politics of Canada's only bilingual province  National Post

Polls suggest the next premier of New Brunswick after the Sept
24 provincial election will be one of two very different men.




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