A New Brunswick couple say they’re looking at life a lot differently after stopping to help a man on the side of the Trans-Canada Highway.
As an 11-year-old boy, Jeremias Tecú survived a massacre of Indigenous Mayans in Guatemala by hiding between huge tree roots. Now, his Moncton therapist has written a book about Tecú's story, a story of torture and murder, willpower and life.,
The provincial government renamed the Grant Brook Bridge No. 1, on Route 124, after Charlotte Watson, the last surviving member of a Black community in Springfield Parish.
Mount Allison University's decision to launch an internal review following complaints about the personal blog of one of its professors is an "egregious" violation of academic freedom, a group dedicated to the protection of free speech and scholarship says.