Chantel Moore’s family plans healing ceremonies, will seek answers during N.B. trip

Ten family members of a 26-year-old Indigenous woman who was fatally shot by police in Edmundston, N.B., are travelling across the country from British

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The New Reality: Bubble between N.B. and P.E.I. ‘best bet’ for tourism industry, travel

This is the third in a series of stories looking at the new reality of life during the COVID-19 pandemic in the Maritimes. You

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N.B. company and N.S. university make 3D printed face shields for health care workers

A New Brunswick beverage producer has altered its production to start making protective face shields for frontline healthcare workers battling COVID-19. Pollen Angels, a

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Weathered but Wonderful

Haha, I try to feel like that about myself on the positive days 🙂 There’s something infinitely beautiful in such a gorgeous car, especially

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Building in western N.B. evacuated after flammable liquid spill – Halifax

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Ontario, Saskatchewan, N.B. premiers to announce nuclear reactor deal

ARC Nuclear Canada that its president will attend a signing ceremony Sunday between the provinces of New Brunswick, Ontario and Saskatchewan to work in

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N.B. apple orchard to make cider from apples blown off trees during Hurricane Dorian – New Brunswick

A New Brunswick apple orchard is hoping to make the best of Hurricane Dorian’s impact by creating a new cider. Belliveau Orchard, the company

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N.B. confirms 16 cases of legionnaires’ disease in Moncton, still won’t reveal source of outbreak

New Brunswick will still not confirm the source of a legionnaires outbreak even as the number of confirmed cases has climbed to 16 people.

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Church in Minto, N.B., getting by with a little help from friends after roof collapse

As the church begins to pick up the pieces, the church’s congregation — 12 people — has received invitations from neighbouring churches to worship

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No further action to be taken against N.B. jail guards in death of inmate: Crown

A provincial court judge had dismissed the charges against Alvida Ross and Mathieu Bourgoin in April. New Brunswick’s Public Prosecution Services

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