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The New Brunswick Department of Natural Resources and Energy Development is acknowledging it hid the name “Andy C” in correspondence it released to CBC News about the department’s involvement in an Irving Oil application befoe the Energy and Utilities Board.
The Nature Trust of New Brunswick is celebrating the conservation of 4,047 hectares of land (10,000 acres) in the province, marking a new milestone in the organization’s 34-year history in the province.
The story behind the Dobies, the 1940s gable-roof homes scattered around Fredericton and still known by that term in the city today, is one of soldiers, a city’s desperate need to expand and a country’s introduction to planned housing.
The threat of flooding is an annual worry for those living along the St. John River.
New Brunswick Public Health reported 18 news cases of COVID-19 over Saturday and Sunday in the Moncton and Saint John regions.
Police officers across New Brunswick issued tickets amounting to $86,794.50 for those found guilty of breaking rules laid out under the province’s emergency measures order for the COVID-19 pandemic.
New Brunswickers didn’t have to wear masks in public Saturday. Some were happy to be done with them, while others are being more cautious.
A 48-year-old Neguac man has died following a single-vehicle crash Friday.
People often question why things like education and politics become about race. But when you are fighting from the moment you are born for your existence to be validated, everything is about race.
A number of Black-led organizations will gather in Fredericton on Sunday to commemorate Canada’s inaugural Emancipation Day, which marks the anniversary of when slavery was abolished in the British Empire in 1834.
As New Brunswick eases into life in the green phase, with masks no longer mandatory and significantly fewer powers available to the chief medical officer of health, Maine could provide lessons to its Canadian neighbour.
More than 500 days after New Brunswick’s first case of COVID-19 was confirmed, the province enters the green phase of recovery Saturday, without any Public Health restrictions.
Federal Conservative Leader Erin O’Toole visited Fredericton on Friday, where he said he’d let the government of New Brunswick decide how it provides funding for abortions done in the province.
New Brunswick will move into the green phase of COVID-19 recovery Friday at 11:59 p.m. with 66.7 per cent of the eligible population recorded as being fully vaccinated.
A diesel explosion at a paving company in Moncton injured a 45-year old man who received first-degree burns to his face, hands and arms.
Four Girls Lavender farm was named after Alain Côté’s four daughters and his family opened the farm in Colpitts Settlement to the public after starting preparations last year.
Moncton won’t be matching Fredericton’s new noise bylaw that sets maximum decibel levels for motorcycles and other vehicles. City staff say RCMP, the police force in the city, won’t use decibel meters.
At the very moment New Brunswickers win back their freedom Friday at midnight, Dr. Jennifer Russell will lose many of the powers she has to fight COVID-19.
A total of 66.1 per cent of eligible New Brunswickers are now fully vaccinated, while 81.9 per cent have received at least one dose, the COVID-19 dashboard shows.
Moncton’s planning advisory committee approved plans for a nine apartment building development beside the city’s Centennial Park on Wednesday. The plans call for 947 apartment units and two commercial buildings along Millennium Boulevard.
Newly released campaign spending figures show that the Liberal Party of New Brunswick spent only $897,450 on its 2020 campaign, less than half of what the party spent during its 2018 campaign.
As the countdown to Friday at midnight approaches, New Brunswick’s three largest municipalities say nearly all COVID-related restrictions will be lifted.
The rate of vaccinations in New Brunswick continues to slow with just 5,583 doses added to the COVID-19 dashboard Wednesday.
The City of Fredericton has commissioned Percy Sacobie, an Indigenous artist from St. Mary’s First Nation, to do an eight by 24-foot painting that will be hung in the departure lounge of the renovated Fredericton International Airport.
Community pasture proponents study carbon storing and rotational grazing while ensuring beef farmers have access to grazing lands, freeing up space to grow hay and other forage crops.
The province’s chief coroner will hold an inquest into the death of a 37-year-old man who died in custody of the Southeast Regional Correctional Centre last year, the Department of Justice and Public Safety has confirmed.
A Toronto infection control epidemiologist says New Brunswick has not reached the level of immunity at which lifting all COVID-19 restrictions makes sense.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said he’ll continue to push New Brunswick to fund abortion services at Fredericton’s Clinic 554, even as he grossly exaggerated the financial penalty he’s already imposed on the province.