Editorial: Tariffs and trade-offs
Russell Wangersky: Suffer the children
New Brunswick graduates reminded of consequences of impaired driving
Nominations sought for New Brunswick Human Rights Award
Sackville Art Hive hosting second Boomerang Bag Community Sewing Bee
Food, environmental and portering services at New Brunswick hospitals will not be ...
Sackville RCMP adopts bicycle registration program to combat theft
EDITORIAL: Troubled waters
Russell Wangersky: When you can’t trust your partner
The Sackville Tribune Post
Proposal to scrap Sackville’s heritage bylaw draws mixed reviews from community
Future of historic Sackville train station still in limbo
Sackville Memorial Hospital Foundation exceeds $100,000 fundraising campaign goal
Should Town of Sackville acquire Pickard Quarry property?
Nature Conservancy launches WildPaths Maritimes project
Tantramar Wetlands Centre students help name trails in Sackville Waterfowl Park
Sackville officials recommend scrapping town's heritage bylaw
SACKVILLE, N.B. – Citing it as weak and ineffective, town officials have recommended scrapping the community’s heritage bylaw. Sackville councillor Megan Mitton revealed earlier this month during council’s regular meeting that ...
Rezoning required for new Bob Edgett Boxing Club on York Street in Sackville
SACKVILLE, N.B. – As a group of volunteers prepares to build a new Bob Edgett Boxing Club on York Street, they will first need to go through the process to get the property rezoned. The volunteers, who have come together as a non-profit ...
Funding denied for Sackville's quarry park project
SACKVILLE, N.B. – Sackville’s historic Pickard Quarry will likely not be converted into a community park in 2018 after all. Town officials voiced their frustration last week over the news that their funding application for the project ...
Public hearing for proposed seniors’ development in Sackville draws large crowd
SACKVILLE, N.B. – It was a full house in council chambers Monday night as residents on both sides of the debate came to speak out on a proposed 36-unit luxury seniors’ development for the former United Church property in downtown ...
Human remains found on bank of Timber River identified as missing Upper Cape man
PORT ELGIN, N.B. – Southeast District RCMP have positively identified human remains discovered on the bank of the Timber River near Port Elgin on May 5, 2018, as those of Tyler Fillmore. In a statement released this morning, police said the ...
Mount Allison University celebrates Class of 2018
SACKVILLE, N.B. – The Mount Allison University campus was a busy place on Monday as hundreds of family members and friends gathered in Sackville to celebrate the graduates of the Class of 2018. Mount A bestowed nearly 400 students with ...
Study to explore options for Chignecto Isthmus to mitigate threats from storm surge, rising sea levels
AMHERST, N.S. – The effort to protect a vital transportation corridor along the Tantramar Marsh from rising sea levels has received a significant boost. Cumberland-Colchester MP Bill Casey was in Amherst on Monday to announce a ...
New pumper tanker truck arrives at Sackville fire station
SACKVILLE, N.B. – The latest addition to the Sackville Fire Department’s fleet of vehicles has arrived at the station and is ready to be put into service. “We’re very excited with this new apparatus,” said Fire Chief ...
RCMP investigating human remains found near Port Elgin
PORT ELGIN, N.B. – The police are investigating after the discovery of human remains near Port Elgin. On May 5 at around 1 p.m., the RCMP received a call from a person who was fishing in the area and discovered the remains. The remains ...
Mount Allison Convocation ceremonies to take place May 14
SACKVILLE, N.B. – Approximately 400 students will graduate from Mount Allison during the university’s Spring Convocation ceremonies being held on Monday, May 14, 2018 in Convocation Hall. Commerce and science students will receive ...