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Saint John run honours victims of domestic violence
Hundreds gathered in Saint John Saturday for a 5K run to honour five local women who became victims of domestic violence. Police say Alice Leadly, ...
N.B. signs new collective agreements with health care unions
(CP) - New Brunswick has signed new collective agreements with three health care unions in the province. The New Brunswick Nurses Union represents more than ...
Stargazers to be treated to supermoon and total lunar eclipse
Stargazers will get a rare two-for-one treat Sunday night -- a total lunar eclipse combined with a so-called supermoon. When a full or new moon ...
Bike for Breath takes place in the Capital region Sunday
Cyclists will hit the streets of the Capital region Sunday for the annual Bike for Breath. The fundraiser, which is into its 5th year, raises ...
Lottery ticket worth $100,000 sold in northern N.B.
Someone who bought a lottery ticket in northern New Brunswick is $100,000 richer. Atlantic Lottery says a ticket sold in Restigouche County for Saturday night's ...
Fredericton fire leaves 2 people temporarily homeless
Two people are temporarily homeless after fire damaged a Fredericton home. Platoon Captain Peter McMurtrie tells our newsroom they were called to the bungalow on ...
Advance polling for Carleton byelection begins Saturday
Advance polling for the provincial byelection in Carleton takes place Saturday and Monday. Polls are open from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. both days. Voters ...
Court of Appeal upholds decision to close two Saint John-area schools
The New Brunswick Court of Appeal has upheld a decision to close two Saint John-area schools. In August, Court of Queen's Bench Justice Darrell Stephenson ...
Atlantic Lyme Disease Association hosts meeting in Fredericton
The Atlantic Lyme Disease Association is hosting a town hall meeting in Fredericton Saturday afternoon. The association says today's meeting is a chance for New ...
N.B. government signs new collective agreement with 6,000 registered nurses
(CP) - New Brunswick has signed a new collective agreement with the province's nurses. The New Brunswick Nurses Union represents more than six-thousand registered nurses ...
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