16 hrs ago
The Chronicle Herald
Catching dreams of the lost at Halifax Mi'kmaw centre
Geri Musqua-LeBlanc, right, and Denise John work on a three-metre dream catcher Wednesday at the Mi'Kmaw Native Friendship Centre during a community gathering held with supportto honour missing and murdered aboriginal women.
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Wed Apr 16, 2014
The Toronto Star
Sex assault trial hears woman testifies to memory loss, feeling of paralysis
The last thing the 29-year-old woman says she can remember before her memory suddenly blacks out is the red strobe lights at the club in Saint John, N.B. “I was having fun dancing and laughing,” she testified Tuesday.
Mon Apr 14, 2014
Gail Benoit in court for alleged illegal trade of dogs
A well-known puppy broker was in a Bridgewater court Monday in connection with two dogs she is accused of selling illegally in Nova Scotia.
Fri Apr 11, 2014
Wild wedding stories shared by New Brunswick Museum archives
With wedding season quickly approaching, the New Brunswick Museum in Saint John will be featuring some of the wild and wacky nuptual tales from its archives this weekend.
Tue Apr 08, 2014
Ignore random negative opinion pieces
Corner Brook was recently placed in the number one spot on a list of the top 13 small cities in Canada.
Mon Apr 07, 2014
Fri Apr 04, 2014
Journal of Commerce
Panel rules against random drug testing
Canada's largest private sector union is applauding a decision by an Alberta arbitration panel that random drug and alcohol testing of all employees at a Suncor site near Fort McMurray violates the fundamental rights of workers to privacy, respect and dignity in the workplace.
Wed Apr 02, 2014
Proposed oil pipeline will pass through Baxter Conservation Area, councillor says
TransCanada PipeLines Ltd.'s proposed $12-billion Energy East oil pipeline project will pass through the popular Baxter Conservation Area in the Ottawa's south end.
Truro Daily News
Truro native nominated for an Atlantic Journalism Award
Brad Works, managing editor of the Journal Pioneer in Summerside P.E.I., has been nominated for an Atlantic Journalism Award.
Mon Mar 31, 2014
Who will compete in National Driving Tourny in N.B?
Standardbred Canada are once again looking for regional qualifying rounds for the National Driving Championship in Canada and I will take a look at the local region here in New Brunswick.
Sun Mar 30, 2014
Charities: Why you should care about 100 Men Who Care
Brian Boucher, a 33-year-old executive with Lee Valley Tools, is one of the men behind a new charity group, 100 Men Who Care Ottawa.
Maritimes brace for more bad weather
Environment Canada says a severe storm is crossing the Maritime provinces Sunday, with rain and freezing rain dumping on parts of the region and areas of northern New Brunswick expected to receive up to 45 centimetres of snow.
Thu Mar 27, 2014
New Brunswick still digging out from blizzard
Some areas of New Brunswick are still digging out from a blizzard that shut down much of the province on Wednesday.
Cape Breton Post
Cape Bretoners part of youth summit to tackle major issues
Youth from across Atlantic Canada will gather this weekend in Halifax to discuss a range of issues along with coalition building and community based activism.
Saint John public housing promises unfulfilled 5 years later
Five years ago, the New Brunswick government promised to build new public housing units in Saint John's Crescent Valley.
Wed Mar 26, 2014
Fort Saskatchewan man crowd-funds trip east for funeral of aunt killed in New Brunswick
On Sunday morning, Treffery Irving awoke to learn his beloved aunt Cynthia Irving had been found dead in her home several provinces away.
Blizzard bears down on N.B.
With a storm bringing as much as 30 centimetres of snow and high winds bearing down on the province, many schools closed for the day.
Mon Mar 24, 2014
Suspect in Saint John homicide to face charges
A 53-year-old man arrested in connection with the case on Carmarthen Street is expected to face charges this afternoon, said Sgt.
Russian association set up to support growing population
The founders of the Russian Cultural Association of New Brunswick are hoping to offer support to the growing population of Russians in the province.
Thu Mar 20, 2014
The Chronicle Herald
Privacy concerned about database listing sex offenders
Canada is getting an online public database of convicted sex offenders, but it's not being run by the government.