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6/21/2016

McCain Foods begins $65-million expansion at Florenceville-Bristol plant

McCain Foods (Canada) says it will spend $65 million to add a new production line at its Florenceville-Bristol plant. The company says the investment will ... Read More
6/21/2016

Aboriginal Day festivities

 Today is Aboriginal Day, and Woodstock First Nation has many events planned through the day. From 9-4 there will be a craft fair at the ... Read More
6/21/2016

Nackawic family escapes burning boat

A close call for a family out boating in Nackawic over the weekend. The pontoon boat they were in burst into flames on Saturday. The ... Read More
6/21/2016

MasterChef Canada runner-up teams up Potatoes New Brunswick

Potatoes New Brunswick is getting some promotional help from the season 2 runner-up of MasterChef Canada. Edmundston's Line Pelletier is working with the organization to ... Read More
6/20/2016

Second man arrested in death of Wayne Rattray

Police say a second man has been arrested in connection with the death of 58-year-old Wayne Rattray. Mounties say a 27-year-old man was arrested at ... Read More
6/20/2016

Federation urges Ottawa to move to closed containment for farmed Atlantic salmon

(CP) - The Atlantic Salmon Federation is calling on Ottawa to come up with a plan to move from sea cages to closed containment for ... Read More
6/20/2016

Stan Cassidy Centre marks 10-year anniversary in current location

The Stan Cassidy Rehabilitation Centre in Fredericton is celebrating 10 years in its new location next to the Dr. Everett Chalmers Regional Hospital. The centre ... Read More
6/20/2016

Miramichi mayor dies after suffering heart attack

Residents in the Miramichi area are mourning the loss of long-serving mayor Gerry Cormier. CTV News reports the 66-year-old passed away in hospital Sunday after suffering ... Read More
6/20/2016

New name for Bath school

A school in Bath will have  a new name when school begins in the fall. The Bath Middle School has housed middle and elementary students ... Read More
6/20/2016

Possible Canada Post strike could affect government services

The province of new Brunswick making contingency plans to deal with the possible Canada Post strike coming as early as July 2nd. The looming work ... Read More