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A New Brunswick economist is setting the record straight after Housing Minister Jill Green cited him as an expert who doesn’t think rent caps work.
The lawyer for a businessman fighting N.B. Liquor in court is questioning whether the Crown corporation signed a settlement with a fired employee that would stop her from co-operating with the lawsuit as a whistleblower.
Records shared with CBC News show that a detective didn’t interview Jordan MacEachern-Johnson until nearly four months after she first went to police, and that he closed the case before picking up medical evidence from a sexual assault examination kit.
About two-thirds of tickets issued for alleged violations of New Brunswick’s emergency rules designed to limit the spread of COVID-19 have resulted in convictions, and fines totalling more than $117,000.
Four Moncton Walmart employees were recognized Wednesday by RCMP for their role in the safe return of an abducted Florida boy.
Kayla Gallie, 21, is among hundreds of people in the Moncton area who are homeless and spending their nights trying to stay warm and survive in a tent. Plans are underway to open a new emergency shelter at the Moncton Lions Community Centre on St. George Street. In the meantime, existing shelters are full.
The city of Saint John wants to welcome 12,000 newcomers to the Saint John region in the next decade, according to David Dobbelsteyn, the city’s director of growth and community planning.
Hanwell’s Mike Greer built himself a personal museum of gas station memorabilia, known as petroliana, and vintage autos. After nearly two decades of collecting, he decided to sell it.
This past summer the roof on the UNB science and forestry library, which is mostly underground, was ripped up and replaced, including seven rows of solar panels.
Moncton will continue its years-long wait-and-see approach to regulating short-term rental services like Airbnb.
The New Brunswick government has posted a new web page about post COVID-19 condition, more commonly known as long COVID, including a list of symptoms, self-care tips for people suffering from the condition, as well as advice for their loved ones.
COVID-19 has killed six more New Brunswickers and the number of new lab-confirmed cases of the virus has increased, following a five-week decline, weekly figures released by the province Tuesday show.
The New Brunswick government has a backlog of more than 1,000 contaminated sites that should have been cleaned up by now, some of them dating back more than 35 years.
The City of Saint John has agreed to provide the former Hilton Belyea Arena to serve as a temporary emergency shelter this winter.
Fredericton city council approved the municipal operating budget of around $152.9 million at Monday’s council meeting, but two councillors were against it.
New Brunswick will likely close out the year without a local independent police watchdog office.
The New Brunswick health minister says he sympathizes with those who rallied outside the Moncton Hospital on the weekend after a local man died at the emergency department waiting for care, but neither Bruce Fitch nor the Horizon Health Network are shedding any more light on what happened that night.
Cpl. Steven O’Dell, a soldier at Base Gagetown, is charged under the National Defence Act with sexual assault. The offence is alleged to have occurred between Nov. 1 and 22, 2018 near Summerside, P.E.I.
The City of Moncton plans to use a downtown community centre as a temporary shelter this winter for people who are homeless.
About 82,000 New Brunswickers cast ballots in municipal elections held for newly formed and amalgamated communities, which were the result of local government reform undertaken by the province.
Figures show New Brunswick landlords have generated rent increases well above national averages this year despite the province’s hard cap on rent hikes. That undermines one of the two key arguments being used for dismantling the policy.
Mary MacDonald says no one deserves to die the way her youngest son, Luke Anthony Landry, died. He struggled with drugs and was released from jail Monday morning with no winter clothing or shelter. Hours later, he was found dead.
Friends and family of a Bathurst woman who died in a three-vehicle crash Friday are remembering her as a humble, bright light in the community.
David Jensen of Keswick Ridge has spent 18 years trying to a ditch fixed that’s been leaking water into his backyard. On Monday, he’ll do something he hasn’t been able to do before: elect a mayor and council and hope they’ll listen.
At Fredericton’s Kehkimin School, the six children enrolled in the new curriculum are looking toward the future as much as they’re honouring the past.
Friends and family of a Moncton man who died at the Moncton Hospital emergency room earlier this week held a rally at the hospital on Saturday.
A prominent New Brunswick activist, social worker and newspaper columnist has died. Sue Rickards, who was appointed to the Order of New Brunswick in 2010, died on Nov. 23.
UNB research lab, known as SPECTRAL, works with mixed and virtual reality to help create new pathways in health care and other industries.
Bathurst, Bouctouche, Moncton and Oromocto will each get a new 60-bed nursing home, the Department of Social Development announced Friday.
Hundreds of people returned for the first Christmas at the station since 2019. The heritage railway station still runs entirely on volunteers from the community.
Donna Price struggles to explain the range of emotions she’s gone through after being told her 29-year-old son was the man found dead in the public washroom outside Moncton city hall Tuesday, only to find out hours later RCMP made a mistake.
The man was arrested “without incident” on Sunday night at Moncton’s Evergreen Drive, RCMP previously said.
Premier Blaine Higgs refused to say Friday what he’ll do if his senior francophone cabinet minister votes against changes to language laws that contradict the minister’s “non-negotiable” positions