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9/3/2014

Carleton-Victoria Liberal candidate suspended from party caucus over fraud allegations

Updated at 8:25 p.m. Wednesday Liberal leader Brian Gallant has suspended a candidate from the party's caucus after it was revealed he's facing two counts ... Read More
9/3/2014

Woodstock Police look at launching social media pages

You'll likely see the Woodstock Police Force on Twitter and Facebook in the coming months. On Tuesday, police in Fredericton unveiled their social media accounts. ... Read More
9/3/2014

Biologists say wild parsnips can cause blistering rashes

Biologists are warning you not to touch wild parsnips. The giant hogweed has begun to line the sides of the roads throughout the province. UNB ... Read More
9/2/2014

Liberals retain lead, but gap is narrowing: CRA poll

A new Corporate Research Associates poll shows the lead the Liberals have over the other provincial parties is shrinking. 800 New Brunswickers were asked to ... Read More
9/2/2014

Crime Stoppers looking for your help in solving Fredericton robbery

Still no suspects after a robbery at a downtown Fredericton convenience store late last year. Fredericton Police say someone entered the Circle K on King ... Read More
9/2/2014

Nearly four dozen people affected by Dieppe fire

A weekend fire in Dieppe is affecting more people than first thought. The Canadian Red Cross says at least 46 tenants are looking for a ... Read More
9/2/2014

On The Campaign Trail - September 2nd

The province's Liberals and Progressive Conservatives are promising to improve the education system in the province, while the New Democrats say they'll work to reduce ... Read More
9/1/2014

Suspicious fire in Pembroke still under investigation

Officials are still investigating a suspicious blaze over the weekend that destroyed a home near Woodstock. Woodstock Fire Chief, Ricky Nicholson, tells CJ104 News the ... Read More
9/1/2014

Students across the province return to school Tuesday

Expect your morning to commute to be busier than usual as kids start making their way back to class. Tuesday's the first day of classes ... Read More
9/1/2014

On the Campaign Trail - September 1st

Updated at 2:15 p.m. Monday The Liberals say they'll increase minimum wage to $10.30 by the end of the year and to $11 an hour ... Read More