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Federal Way Mirror
Long-time Federal Way barbershop offers fine grooming experience
David St. John shaves a customer at the 50-year-old barber shop, Gents Fine Grooming for Men.
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Thu Jul 10, 2014
The Windsor Star
Catholic board's summer program invites parents to join their children
Mom Tara Steinhoff, left, and instructor Aimee Bellefleur, right, works with Tara's daughter Lizzie, during literacy segment of Summer Learning Program at the Catholic School Board offices Thursday July 10, 2014.
Wed Jul 09, 2014
Young speed skaters from across Canada arrive in Saint John
About 120 speed skaters from across the country are lacing up their skates at a camp called 'Skate into Summer' held this week in Saint John.
The Chronicle Herald
More survivors and thrivers than flops
Looking back on the first half of 2014 in the Atlantic Canadian startup world, there's not a single event, company or story that stands out as a singular highlight.
Arthur aftermath: raw sewage spilled into some rivers
A NB Power crews have been reconnecting power across New Brunswick since post-tropical storm Arthur hit on Saturday.
Tue Jul 08, 2014
Saint John man wants drug covered by provincial plan
Doug Greene has been trying to get the province to pay for a drug he believes could prolong his life.
Mon Jul 07, 2014
Mispec Park campground plan pitched to Saint John council
Saint John council will consider a proposal on Monday night to create a private campground at the popular city-owned Mispec Park.
Maritimers clean up as crews restore power in wake of storm Arthur
A large tree was still on its side on the corner of Charlotte and St. John streets in Fredericton.
Sun Jul 06, 2014
Atlantic Canada cleans up after Arthur strikes
Arthur was moving across Newfoundland on Sunday a day after striking Canada's Maritime provinces with near-hurricane strength winds and torrential rains, knocking down trees and leaving tens of thousands of people without power.
Sat Jul 05, 2014
Arthur hits Maritimes, causes power outages
As post-tropical storm Arthur hit the Maritimes with near-hurricane strength winds and torrential rains Saturday morning forecasters predicted even more rainfall for already drenched southwestern New Brunswick.
Thu Jul 03, 2014
Saint John police officer sexually abused over 260 children, investigators suspect
A New Brunswick police officer is suspected of sexually abusing at least 260 children over the course of nearly three decades dating back to the late 1950s.
Wed Jul 02, 2014
5 Officers Shot, 3 Killed, Gunman on the Loose in New Brunswick
In a country often stereotyped for being too genteel, the Canadian city of Moncton prides itself on a special distinction: It was named the most polite.
Tue Jul 01, 2014
River Region Chamber celebrated its 10th anniversary in Destrehan
The River Region Chamber of Commerce celebrated its 10th anniversary on June 20 at Cypress Lakes Country Club in Destrehan.
Mon Jun 30, 2014
Atlantic premiers release EI report
Premier Robert Ghiz , of P.E.I., left, shakes hands with Premier David Alward of New Brunswick at the end of a Council of Atlantic Premiers meeting in Saint John, N.B. on Monday, May 26. So P.E.I. and the other Atlantic provinces have been urged to conduct their own analyses in the wake of controversial changes made to EI by the federal government ... (more)
Fri Jun 27, 2014
New kids on P.E.I.'s theatre block
Rebecca Griffin makes debut, Jeremie Saunders returns to the stage in Kiss the Moon, Kiss the Sun, June 26-Aug. 3 at Victoria Playhouse In preparing for his latest role, he spent a day interacting with young adults with a wide spectrum of intellectual disabilities at Queens County Residential Services in Charlottetown.
Thu Jun 26, 2014
Peter MacKay says controversial Mother's and Father's Day emails written by female staffer
Peter MacKay denies he ever said the lack of federally appointed female judges was because potential applicants feared the job would take them away from their children.
Rules followed despite laptop theft: agency contracted by New Brunswick Labour
All protocols were followed despite the theft of a computer containing the personal information of up to 92 people in New Brunswick, says the executive director of an agency working for the province's Labour Department.
Wed Jun 25, 2014
Pulp & Paper Canada
E.S. Fox awarded $2-million contract for Irving modernization
As part of the Irving Pulp & Paper modernization announced in March of this year, E.S. Fox Ltd. of Saint John, N.B., has been awarded a contract of more than $2 million.
Tue Jun 24, 2014
Moncton MP denies reports of public inquiry into Mountie shootings
Moncton-Riverview-Dieppe MP Robert Goguen is backing away from earlier reports that the federal government will conduct a public inquiry into the fatal shootings of three Moncton Mounties and the wounding of two others.
Minister MacKay Holds Roundtable to Discuss Victims Bill of Rights Act
Today, Minister of Justice Peter MacKay held a roundtable in Saint John, New Brunswick, to discuss Bill C-32, the Victims Bill of Rights Act, with justice advocates.