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The Selinger government is creating an estimated $3.5-million assistance program for Interlake First Nations fishers who've lost their livelihoods because of summer flooding.
1 hr ago | CBC News
Police say a Borden-Carleton, P.E.I., man faces charges after he refused to provide a breath sample following a single-vehicle collision early Saturday morning.
The Star's Save Our pubs campaign has received a boost after a historic Doncaster inn was brought back to life by an off licence boss.
Performance issues at the Point Lepreau Generating Station in the first quarter impacted earnings, along with the need to increase the amount of power purchased due to the cold winter and high natural gas costs because of supply issues in the northeast United States, stated NB Power in releasing its results.
Ralph John McCray, 56, Todd Elmer Trepanier, 47, and Gregory Michel Richard, 19, appeared in Miramichi provincial court Thursday when they were charged with 20 firearm-related offences in total.
A 19-year-old Riverview man, charged with uttering death threats against police and harassment, has had his most recent court appearance held-over until August 27. The appearance was originally scheduled for Crawford to enter a plea but the matter was held over since there is a possible conflict of interest between Crawford and his legal aid ... (more)
The Prince of Wales found himself the prince of posies when unusually he was presented with a bunch of flowers.
Large piles of tree limbs, leaves and other debris still line the streets of Fredericton almost three weeks after post-tropical storm Arthur bought down thousands of trees in the city.
In addition to concerts boasting names such as the Trews, picnics and a parade, new this year are hot air balloon rides above the city.
Carolyn Hosking, pictured here with her late husband, Doug, felt joy at the news a camera she lost in the Moncton area that contained other pictures of him, had been found.
An American state has quietly taken another step toward the type of universal health coverage Canadians might recognize, even as the rest of the United States bickers noisily over so-called Obamacare.
Regional RCMP were notified of the sudden death of a 22-year-old woman at an apartment on Gordon Street A 40-year-old man was detained shortly after by Codiac RCMP at the apartment.
Bell Canada is sharpening its customer service focus in the Atlantic Canada region by acquiring two customer call centers in New Brunswick as part of its broader strategy to improve customer service.
The Prince William Street restoration project has closed the street to vehicles and only one sidewalk is open for pedestrians.
We've got our own rugby and football teams, a National Library, an anthem, a language and, since 1999, our own National Assembly.
Updated: Sat Jul 26, 2014 08:26 am
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