Editorial: Planting the seed of opportunism
Tantramar Outdoor Club pushes for pedway near Sackville Waterfowl Park
New Brunswick post-secondary education minister touts Free Tuition Program's success in first ...
EDITORIAL: Pavlov’s smartphone
Men’s high school basketball Titans team starts season strong
Colin Robertson named Mount Allison University’s 54th Rhodes Scholar
Rural Rides expanding its pilot program in Tantramar into full-time service
Editorial: Football fever
Moving the classroom to the great outdoors
Cape Breton Post
Indigenous rights activist Delilah Saunders denied liver transplant
New Brunswick post-secondary education minister touts Free Tuition Program's success in first year
Mi’kmaq Grand Council Grand Chief Ben Sylliboy dies at age 76
New unit dedicated to prosecution of domestic, intimate partner violence offences created in NB
Hebron celebrates first oil production
Mud Lake residents file class action over Churchill River flooding
Legislation concerning cannabis control, drug-impaired driving to be introduced this week
FREDERICTON, N.B. – Legislation being introduced this week is aimed at helping to protect New Brunswickers, particularly youth, from harm associated with cannabis use. The new laws would set the minimum legal age for buying cannabis at 19, ...
Crime Stoppers crime of the week: Illegal hunting and trapping
Crime Stoppers and New Brunswick’s Department of Public Safety are seeking the public’s help in an attempt to stop illegal hunting practices here in New Brunswick. The hunting and trapping of animals out of season is a recognized ...
New Brunswick government introducing legislation on cannabis research, education
FREDERICTON, N.B. – Legislation will be introduced to establish a fund to support research and the development, implementation and delivery of education and awareness programs for harm reduction and the responsible use of cannabis for ...
New measures to curb alcohol-impaired driving take effect today in New Brunswick
FREDERICTON, N.B. – New measures to combat impaired driving are now in effect. “I want to remind New Brunswickers that stronger regulations and new measures to curb alcohol-impaired driving are taking effect today,ˮ said Justice ...
Legal age for recreational cannabis in New Brunswick announced
FREDERICTON, N.B. – The provincial government announced today the legal age for the purchase, possession and consumption of cannabis will be 19. “Balancing public health and safety are our number one priorities as we move towards ...
Baillie stepping down as Nova Scotia PC Leader
HALIFAX, N.S. Cumberland South MLA Jamie Baillie announced Nov. 1, from Halifax, he is stepping down as the Leader of the Progressive Conservative Party of Nova Scotia. This morning, Baillie submitted his official notice to Tara Miller, the PC Party ...
New Brunswick MLA, cabinet salaries to be frozen until 2021
FREDERICTON, N.B. – Legislation was introduced today to freeze salaries for provincially elected officials until 2021. “Your government is committed to investing in job creation, education and health care,” said government house ...
New Brunswick government announces retail model for recreational cannabis
FREDERICTON, N.B. – The provincial government announced today that NB Liquor will operate recreational cannabis retail operations in New Brunswick, through a subsidiary. “Your government is prioritizing public health and safety ...
Motor vehicle fatalities on New Brunswick highways up 25 per cent last year
NEW BRUNSWICK – Sixty-four people were killed on roads policed by the RCMP last year. It's the highest number of fatalities since 2010, when 80 were killed. These numbers were released last week in the RCMP’s annual report for ...
Amendments to New Brunswick Motor Vehicle Act would set standardized speed limits in school zones
FREDERICTON, N.B. – The provincial government introduced amendments to the Motor Vehicle Act that would set standardized speed limits in school zones, while allowing variations where warranted by the application of engineering ...