Sackville Relay for Life ready to roll
Mount Allison researchers hoping to get insiders’ view into cannabis ...
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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British Settlement residents raise concerns over another potential quarry in their community
SaltWire columnist, cartoonist finalists for National Newspaper Award
Hundreds of Sackville youth walk out of class to take part in global movement
Clarenville council takes steps to prevent flooding from Shoal Harbour River
Federal and provincial governments give $517,500 to Discovery Aspiring Geopark
Sackville youth taking part in global climate strike
Sackville Relay for Life ready to roll
The Sackville Relay for Life may have undergone several changes since it was last held in 2017, but the goal remains the same: to celebrate local survivors, honour those who have been lost and raise funds to fight all types of cancer. It was ...
Onion fryers catch fire at Oxford Frozen Foods
OXFORD, N.S. – Firefighters responded to a fire at Oxford Frozen Foods, Plant 2, Tuesday night. “When we first arrived on scene there’s was nothing very visible, just some smoke through the ventilation shaft. We thought it might ...
Marine heat waves like 2012's Northwest Atlantic temperature spike to intensify — study
On Aug. 1, 2012, New Brunswick lobster fishermen blocked an 18-wheeler carrying American-caught lobster to a Bedec processing plant and shut off its refrigeration unit to spoil the load. The next day 16 Mounties followed the fishermen between ...
Atlantic Canadian cabinet ministers stand by their PM
Atlantic Canadian MPs are continuing to back the PMO amid the growing SNC-Lavalin scandal. Treasury board president Jane Philpott shocked Canadians when she announced she was leaving cabinet as she has lost confidence in the Trudeau government due ...
Mount Allison researchers hoping to get insiders’ view into cannabis use on campus
How do students feel about cannabis use on campus? And how does it impact their life at university? That’s what two researchers at Mount Allison are aiming to find out as part of a study they are conducting to determine student perceptions ...
Winter storm wallops Tantramar region
SACKVILLE, N.B. – Tantramar residents are still digging out in the wake of today’s winter storm, which led to several cancellations and closures throughout the region. Environment Canada, which had warned some areas of southern New ...
SaltWire puts number of its newspaper buildings up for sale
The for sale sign is soon going up on a number of properties owned by newspaper publisher SaltWire Network. Ian Scott, the executive vice-president and chief operating officer for SaltWire Network, said the decision better aligns the ...
Provincial government seeking feedback on French immersion in New Brunswick
The provincial government is asking parents, teachers and the public for feedback on how to address serious concerns that have been raised about the French immersion program in New Brunswick. “Our government is committed to taking action to ...
Man originally from Southport, N.L. still missing in Gatineau, Que.
Gatineau Police are still looking for a man, originally from Southport N.L., who has been missing since Feb. 16. In a release issued Feb. 22, Gatineau Police Service says they are trying to find 45year-old Ian Lambert. They are hoping the ...
Chicken nuggets recalled due to possible salmonella contamination
Some Compliments brand chicken nuggets may not be safe to eat. Sofina Foods Inc is recalling the 1.5 kg packages of nuggets due to possible salmonella contamination. The product, which was sold nationally, except for ...