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New Brunswick’s large industrial emitters of greenhouse gases are still waiting for word on whether Ottawa will approve the province’s carbon tax on their emissions.
Fans will be back in the stands for New Brunswick’s major junior hockey teams, but it’s likely only season ticket holders will be able to attend.
Three bears – a sow and two cubs – were destroyed Sunday night by forest rangers with the Department of Natural Resources and Energy after they spent two days in the same area of Fredericton’s Odell Park.
New Brunswick has recorded 194 cases of COVID-19 since the pandemic began in mid-March. Two people have died and 191 have recovered.
The man trying to save a century-old Saint John dairy building is making an 11th hour pitch to delay its demolition.
With an old ball and a borrowed club, 15-year-old Haley Palmer aced the historic sixth hole at Westfield Golf and Country Club last week, in her second round of the year.
The Restigouche region has lost four family doctors since May, leaving 5,000 with no primary health-care provider.
With municipal council vacancies starting to pile up, there’s still no definitive word from the provincial government when it will reschedule general elections delayed this year because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
New Brunswick athletes are going to have to wait another year to go to the Canada Games, and some athletes who would’ve got the chance might not be able to go at all.
Communities across New Brunswick are contemplating how to deal with trick-or-treating in the middle of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Témiscouta Municipal Regional County in Quebec will no longer be in the extended travel bubble after a recent spike in COVID-19 cases, the New Brunswick government announced Thursday afternoon.
With more parents opting to drive their children to school this fall in response to a call from the Department of Education to reduce the number of students on school buses, traffic has increased dramatically at some elementary and middle school drop-offs and pick-ups.
A Wolastoqi woman has set up a tent and lit a ceremonial fire in Officers’ Square, where construction work and an archeological assessment are taking place as part of a city renovation project.
High winds Wednesday night made fighting a large peat moss fire at Theriault & Hachey Peat Moss in Baie-Ste-Anne difficult, said local fire Chief Ligouri Turbide.
The Vitalité Health Network is asking people to avoid the Dr. Georges-L.-Dumont University Hospital Centre emergency room in Moncton if possible because of high occupancy rates and overcrowding.
About 200 drinking fountains in southeastern New Brunswick schools will be replaced with versions that can fill water bottles without touching them because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Saint John broadcaster and WW2 veteran Bill Anderson recorded audio books as a volunteer for the CNIB for 20 years. He once interviewed John F. Kennedy.
Wait times for new drivers hoping to get their licence have grown to eight weeks because of a backlog Service New Brunswick blames on COVID-19 and the fact that more people are failing their road tests.
New Brunswick officials are keeping an eye on a recent spike of COVID-19 cases in a Quebec health region that borders New Brunswick and in some places bubbles with it.
The interim leader of the New Brunswick NDP is condemning election-night comments by one of the party’s candidates and says he is looking at “disciplinary action.”
Some Black New Brunswickers in the Moncton area say they hope the Higgs government is prepared to listen to immigrants and people of colour in order to make the province more inclusive.
No new cases of COVID-19 were reported in New Brunswick on Wednesday.
New Brunswick RCMP are investigating the suspicious death a man in St. Stephen, says spokesperson Cpl. Jullie Rogers-Marsh.
New Brunswick RCMP have identified 25-year-old Christopher Hanley as the victim of a homicide in St. Stephen.
The jury for Matthew Raymond’s first-degree murder trial in Fredericton has been excused until next week because of “unexpected” issues.
WorksafeNB has made clear that lawyers from outside the Atlantic bubble cannot enter courthouses in New Brunswick without first self-isolating for 14 days.
In all, Liberals who won five of the 18 Saint John-, Fredericton- and Charlotte County-area seats in 2014, and two in 2018, took none this year and posted an historic low 15.7 per cent of the vote. That was third behind the PCs and Greens.
Look no further for evidence of a language divide in New Brunswick politics than the differing views emerging among Progressive Conservatives about whether that divide even exists.
New Brunswick’s chief electoral officer says 28 days isn’t enough time to throw an election together, especially not during a pandemic.
No new cases of COVID-19 were reported in New Brunswick on Tuesday.
Matthew Vincent Raymond goes on trial today more than two years after a shooting in Fredericton claimed the lives of four people.
Both sides in Matthew Raymond’s murder trial agree on a detailed account of what happened on Fredericton’s north side two years ago, when Raymond shot two police officers and two civilians dead from his apartment window.
The premier’s margin, 27 seats compared to a total of 22 for the three opposition parties, is a narrow one mathematically. But it’s decisive in the context of a four-party election and his chronic weakness in northern New Brunswick.