The Globe and Mail
New Brunswick discouraging new family doctors from practising: medical residents
New Brunswick is discouraging family physicians from practising in the province despite a growing need for care, a number of doctors in the Maritimes say.
P3 is the only option for Saint John water deal, MP says
Saint John councillors have no choice but to push forward with a public-private partnership on the new water system, according to Conservative MP Rodney Weston.
Fri May 17, 2013
Fundy Trail extension gets $7.9M
The Fundy Trail is a seasonal, multi-use coastal access network that begins just outside of St.
Dennis Oland prime suspect in father's murder
His name had been previously subject to a publication ban ordered last fall by provincial court Chief Judge R. Leslie Jackson.
Thu May 16, 2013
What Does Nisku Mean?
Most of the names of the communities located in central Alberta were acquired in the late 1890's and early 1900's. Many of the names came from individuals who first opened up the country as explorers or missionaries or by early homesteaders who were asked to name a local railroad station or post office.
Wed May 15, 2013
Saint John SPCA falls prey to thieves
The door was removed from the cat intake area of the shelter to reduce heating costs and make it cozier.
Buried in the IEA report about booming North American output is a...
Like Canada did not already know this! That is why they are looking at running/ increasing capacity of pipe west, east and north as well as the Keystone line.
Tue May 14, 2013
The Globe and Mail
Pipeline, tankers no problem, Saint John mayor tells oil companies
The mayor of Saint John, N.B., Mel Norton, right, arrives at Calgary city hall Tuesday, with assistant Christopher Dever.
Mon May 13, 2013
The Chronicle Herald
Mixed views on LNG potential
It's either a chance to have multiple liquefied natural gas megaprojects in Atlantic Canada or more competition for a Nova Scotia venture announced last fall.
Sat May 11, 2013
Head of New Brunswick Trauma Program steps down
Dr. Marcel Martin has served as the medical director of the New Brunswick Trauma Program for less than three years.
Thu May 09, 2013
St. Andrews senior reflects on her Broadway singing days
The Sound of Music premiered on Broadway in 1959, and on stage with stars Mary Martin and Theodore Bikel, in the chorus, dressed in a nun's habit, was Lorna Nash.
UNB pilot project hopes to train more registered nurses
Licensed Practical Nurses will be able to jump ahead to the third year of UNB Saint John's bachelor of nursing degree as part of a two-year pilot project.
Wed May 08, 2013
Nova News Now
Stan Carew and John Campbelljohn at the Astor Theatre
What do you get when you combine a well known radio personality and musician with an award winning bluesman? You get a great evening of music and stories that will leave you wanting more.
Tue May 07, 2013
Hamilton Mountain News
Merulla proposes Hamilton take over Police Services Board
The Ward 4 councillor is expected to introduce a notice of motion at the May 8 council meeting asking the province to amend legislation allowingHamiltonto either have direct authority of the police services board, or to allow the city to appoint all of its members, and remake it into something like the Board of Health.
Amherst Daily News
Irving among honorary degree recipients at Mount Allison
One of the region's business elites will be one of four honorary degree recipients next Monday during spring convocation ceremonies at Mount Allison University.
Irving seeks approval to assess abandoned oil pipeline
Mary Keith, a vice-president at J.D. Irving, said the company may speak about the abandoned pipeline on Wednesday.
Thu May 02, 2013
Albany Times Union
Dream Window #7: The Sacred Shore
Last November, I won a Tudor-style window from an Oneonta salvage yard in an eBay auction; that picture eventually became Dream Window #5: The Thirst Quencher .
Tue Apr 30, 2013
Empire Theatres expands reserved seating to eastern Ontario movie house
Empire says that will make it the first mainstream theatre in Ontario to convert to an all-reserved seating system.
Mon Apr 29, 2013
Storm-battered Mispec Beach set for repairs
Heavy equipment is on site at Mispec Park, as part of ongoing work to secure and rebuild the sea wall at the popular Saint John-area beach.