Russell Wangersky: Pre-budget placation
Editorial: Pay attention
New political financing model for municipal candidates to be created
Growth plans for New Brunswick cannabis industries discussed
Editorial: Balancing work-life
Applications available for New Brunswick's 2018 Home Energy Assistance Program
Russell Wangersky: Endings and beginnings
New Brunswick premier provides year-end progress report
New Brunswickers urged to enjoy province’s winter wonderland
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Meteorologist Cindy Day to keep her eyes on the sky for SaltWire Network
Ice sliced by Confederation Bridge, shaped by nature
Mount Allison University professor appointed to Order of Canada
Tantramar Region bracing for wild winter weather
Two guards charged in 2015 death of Cape Breton inmate at Dorchester Penitentiary
Wife of missing Upper Cape man not giving up hope
UPPER CAPE, N.B. – As the search for Tyler Fillmore enters its third week, his wife Sara has not given up hope and continues, along with the help of family and friends, to comb the woods daily looking for him. Sara is also asking residents ...
Driver charged in connection with crash that claimed the life of RCMP officer in Memramcook
MONCTON, N.B. – The Southeast District RCMP have completed their investigation into the crash that claimed the life of Nova Scotia RCMP officer Const. Frank Deschênes on Sept. 12, 2017, in Memramcook, N.B. Const. Frank ...
New playground on its way for Port Elgin
PORT ELGIN, N.B. – Port Elgin’s youth will soon have a few new play structures to enjoy. Thanks to a whole lot of fundraising done by the Port Elgin Regional Home and School Association over the past year, as well as a recent financial ...
Mount Allison University sees decline in enrolment in 2017
SACKVILLE, N.B. – Mount Allison struggled with a dip in enrolment this year but university officials are hoping numbers will start to rebound by next fall. Robert Inglis, the university’s vice-president of finance and administration, ...
Approval of Town of Sackville's 2018 budget postponed until new year
SACKVILLE, N.B. – Town council decided this week to defer approval of the 2018 operating budget until January after a hefty and unanticipated drop in property values in the community has forced them to rethink their financial plan for the ...
RCMP asking property owners in Port Elgin area for assistance in search for missing man
UPPER CAPE, N.B. – The Southeast District RCMP is asking property owners near Port Elgin to check their properties as part of the ongoing search for a missing 28-year-old man. Tyler Fillmore was reported missing to police on the morning of ...
Community workshop on Exit 506 gateway area to be held
SACKVILLE, N.B. – The Town of Sackville and its consulting partners at Ekistics Plan+Design have just initiated a land use study planning process for exit 506 at the eastern gateway into the Town of Sackville. The study is designed to lay ...
Seizure of unauthorized items at Dorchester Penitentiary
DORCHESTER, N.B. – On Thursday, Nov. 23, 2017, a package containing unauthorized items was seized at Dorchester Penitentiary, a multi-level security federal institution. The unauthorized items seized included 20 bales of tobacco, along with ...
Colin Robertson named Mount Allison University’s 54th Rhodes Scholar
SACKVILLE, NB — Colin Robertson has been named Mount Allison University’s 54th Rhodes Scholar. Robertson, an honours history student with a minor in classics, is one of only 11 students selected across Canada to receive the ...
Tantramar Outdoor Club pushes for pedway near Sackville Waterfowl Park
SACKVILLE, N.B. – More than 15 years after the idea first came to the table, the dream of a pedway crossing the Trans-Canada Highway to bridge Sackville’s trail system continues to live on. Ross Thomas, a member of the Tantramar ...