Moncton Area Newswire

Moncton Area Newswire

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  1. Thieves steal equipment, cash and food from N.B. legion for third time this monthRead the original story w/Photo

    50 min ago | GlobalNews

    New Brunswick's auditor general released her report which indicates Service New Brunswick rushed the new property tax system ahead without any evidence of direction from the premier. Jeremy Keefe reports.

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  2. N.B. crab fisherman sentenced in Summerside courtRead the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | Journal-Pioneer

    SUMMERSIDE A decision by a New Brunswick crab fisherman to leave his traps in the water so his wife could pick them up later has proven costly for the couple. Kenneth J. Gaudet, 54, of Grand-Barachois, N.B., recently pleaded guilty to two counts under the Fisheries Act, one for fishing for crab without authorization and another for possessing fish caught in contravention of the act.

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  3. Sister of murdered Inuk woman 'turns pain into positive action' with opera projectRead the original story w/Photo

    7 hrs ago | CBC News

    Delilah Saunders and Andrew Noseworthy are collaborating on a chamber opera based around Saunders's writings on 'grim realities' faced by Indigenous people. Nic Meloney is a Wolastoqew videojournalist born and raised on Cape Breton Island in Nova Scotia/Mi'kma'ki.

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  4. Water', an exhibition by artist Robert Milner, closes Friday at Eptek Art and Cultural CentreRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Nov 21 | The Guardian

    Artist Robert Milner shows "Fish Shelter", top and "Silt in Stream." These are two of the paintings in the exhibition, "Water".

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  5. RCMP ticketing motorists for not giving way to emergency vehiclesRead the original story w/Photo

    12 hrs ago | Truro Daily News

    This occurred two months after Amherst RCMP Const. Frank Deschenes was struck and killed on the Trans-Canada Highway near Memramcook, N.B., while helping a motorist change a tire.

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  6. Former Elsipogtog chief says housing project stuck in bureaucratic limboRead the original story w/Photo

    14 hrs ago | CBC News

    Packed into living rooms and sleeping on sofas, people in Elsipogtog are crammed into two- and three-bedroom homes, waiting for more housing to be built. The former chief of Elsipogtog First Nation says she has a plan to help get much-needed housing built in the community - but it appears to be stalled by bureaucratic inertia and she's not getting any help moving it forward.

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  7. Atlantic Dance Academy will stage Ballet Gala at Convocation HallRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Nov 17 | Amherst Daily News

    Talented young dancers from Cumberland County and the Tantramar region are getting set to hit the stage at Convocation Hall once again this year - but this time, their show will look a little different. - Submitted SACKVILLE, N.B. Talented young dancers from Cumberland County and the Tantramar region are getting set to hit the stage at Convocation Hall once again this year but this time, their show will look a little different.

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  8. Rambler installs Scott Britton as manager at Ming MineRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Live Charts

    Rambler Metals and Mining announced the appointment of Scott Britton as its new general manager at the Ming Copper-Gold Mine in Baie Verte, Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada on Wednesday. The AIM-traded firm said Britton is a registered professional mining engineer with more than 35 years of experience in leading and safely managing underground and surface mining and milling operations.

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  9. Priest who taught at Eastern Townships school responds to sex...Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | CBC News

    The sex abuse is alleged to have taken place at the CollA ge Servite in Ayer's Cliff, in Quebec's Eastern Townships between 1973 and 1975. A priest who taught history at a Catholic boarding school in the Eastern Townships has been suspended after an application for a class-action lawsuit was filed alleging he sexually assaulted at least one of his students.

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  10. Deconstruction delayed for historic buildingsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Prince Albert Daily Herald

    Nisbet Church and the accompanying blockhouse, both of which were built more than 100 years ago, were originally slated for demolition due to a lack of funds to keep them standing. However, during recent budget deliberations, city council voted against providing $10,000 for the Prince Albert Historical Society to save what they could and knock down the rest.

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  11. Tourism numbers up at many N.B. destinations, government saysRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Nov 21 | CBC News

    John Ames, the Minister of Toursim, Heritage and Culture, said that New Brunswick's tourism numbers are on a darn good trend despite a 26 per cent decrease at Parlee Beach. The New Brunswick's tourism industry saw an increase of 10 per cent between September and June despite the 26 per cent decrease at Parlee Beach, according to a government release.

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  12. Church's plea of poverty a poor excuse, victims' lawyer saysRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Nov 21 | CBC News

    The CathA drale Notre-Dame-de-l'Assomption is one of the churches in the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Moncton affected by civil lawsuits launched by victims os sexual abuse by priests. Harry Forestell is the host of CBC News New Brunswick at 6. He worked in London as journalist from 1995 to 2000 and from 2005 to 2008 as CBC's European correspondent for Newsworld.

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  13. Construction of Route 11 roundabout sends drivers in circlesRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Nov 21 | CBC News

    Living in Shediac since 1950, Beverly Taylor knows her way around, but she says the latest detours are confusing and dangerous. The province says it put up detour signs to direct drivers around the work, part of a new roundabout for the massive twinning project along Route 11, but some drivers don't find the signs helpful or numerous enough.

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  14. Mothers connect to bring trailer to Bell Island for needle exchangeRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Nov 21 | CBC News

    This sportsman travel trailer will soon be the new needle exchange facility on Bell Island, thanks to TIna Marie Kavanagh who bought it after losing her son to fentanyl. Bell Island is getting its own needle exchange program for intravenous drug users, thanks in part to the efforts of two mothers who have experienced the devastation of their children's addictions.

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  15. Councillors want Shoe to stick a sock in itRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Nov 20 | SooToday

    Is Shoe a Croc? Can a rookie politician be too eager, too busy, to the point of diverting an entire city's attention from things that really matter? Matthew Shoemaker's City Council colleagues are becoming concerned with the never-ending onslaught of resolutions he's introduced since his election in Ward 3 three years ago. Last night, as the 106th and 107th resolutions either moved or seconded by Shoemaker failed to gain support, some councillors were openly expressing exasperation.

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  16. End of lockdown, search at Dorchester Penitentiary - " medium-security unitRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Nov 8 | Sackville Tribune-Post

    DORCHESTER, N.B. The lockdown put in place at Dorchester Penitentiary, a multi-level security federal institution, on Nov. 13, has ended and an exceptional search has been completed. The institution has resumed its normal operations.

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  17. Atlantic Dance Academy will stage Ballet Gala at Convocation Hall in SackvilleRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Oct 25 | Sackville Tribune-Post

    SACKVILLE, N.B. Talented young dancers from Cumberland County and the Tantramar region are getting set to hit the stage at Convocation Hall once again this year but this time, their show will look a little different. The Atlantic Dance Academy is breaking with tradition this year and will move away from their annual Nutcracker production to present a 'Ballet Gala' that will put some exceptional classical ballet and contemporary dance on display.

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  18. Rural Rides expanding its pilot program in Tantramar into full-time serviceRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Oct 31 | Sackville Tribune-Post

    Rural Rides offered their door-to-door transportation service to Tantramar area residents for a six-month trial period as part of a pilot project. Shown are Kelly Taylor, left, coordinator of Rural Rides, and summer student Nikki Steeves.

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  19. Line 5 alternatives report is out - all 379 pages of itRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Nov 20 | Michigan Radio

    A final state-commissioned report on alternatives to Line 5 is out. People are looking for those alternatives because the pipeline runs under the straits of Mackinac, and a spill could be catastrophic.

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  20. Line 5 independent alternatives analysis final report available for public reviewRead the original story

    Monday Nov 20 | State of Michigan

    LANSING, Mich. A final report that analyzes possible alternatives to Enbridge Energy Partners, L.P.'s Line 5 below the Straits of Mackinac is available to the public beginning today.

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