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NB Agricultural Alliance launches Why local? Why not? campaign
Sackville’s Stephen Puddle motivated by desire to serve his community
Continuing a sense of achievement in our senior years
TRHS men's hockey Titans claim third straight conference championship
ATVers have a blast at weekend event
Tantramar Memory Café set to celebrate anniversary
Land donation expands NCC’s wildlife corridor project near Sackville
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P.E.I. premier takes Atlantic energy grid proposal to Trudeau
A proposal to establish a shared, Atlantic Canada wide electricity corridor was front and centre during a meeting Tuesday night in Ottawa between Premier Wade MacLauchlan and Prime Minister Justin Trudeau. The energy corridor was a key priority of ...
UPDATE: Electricity, Northern Pulp, Bill C-69 top agenda at Atlantic premiers meeting
CHARLOTTETOWN, P.E.I. - A regional electricity transmission system, linking hydro, nuclear, solar and wind power generated throughout the Atlantic region, was a main item on the agenda of the four Eastern premiers at a meeting held in ...
RESERVATIONS: Renters struggle for accommodation in Airbnb-rich communities
CHARLOTTETOWN, P.E.I. - Greg Rivard hears concerns about the number of Airbnb units popping up in Charlottetown all the time. The Charlottetown councillor, who serves on the P.E.I. capital’s planning board, says he has directed a staff ...
Fredericton mayor says community will heal as Brookside neighbours express shock
FREDERICTON, N.B. - One day after a tragic shooting that left four dead, Fredericton Mayor Mike O’Brien said the city was beginning to heal. "This is day two in a hard time in the city of Fredericton,” O’Brien said during a ...
Fredericton residents shocked shooting happened in their hometown
FREDERICTON, N.B. - Penny Klepick does not plan on changing her jogging route. Reached late afternoon as she was out for a jog, Klepick first heard the news early Friday morning while she was at work. She lives two blocks away from the 200 block ...