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Titan Bantam basketball girls win Sackville tournament
Sackville poet launches new book
Mount Allison professor renewed as Canada Research Chair
Mount Allison University’s unique bilingual theatre company set to ...
New Brunswick withdrawing from 2021 Jeux de la Francophonie due to ...
Tantramar women helping promote peace in our homes
RUSSELL WANGERSKY: Russia planning solo mission in cyberspace
VIBERT: More long term care beds in Nova Scotia would open bottleneck
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Land donation expands NCC’s wildlife corridor project near Sackville
P.E.I. woman named one of top 100 health and fitness influencers in Canada
His time to go: Well-known P.E.I. businessman ends ‘wonderful’ life on his own terms
Goat dispute in Dorchester heading to court this spring
Red Cove Road residents wary of proposed nearby town rezoning in Bonavista
Siobhan Coady talks Bull Arm occupancy at Clarenville Chamber luncheon
The Wave Hotel in Clarenville, N.L., destroyed by fire
Blackened, smoking rubble is all that remains of The Wave Hotel in Clarenville this morning. Local volunteer firefighters packed up their gear around 7:30 a.m. this morning, Feb. 3, after spending 10 hours of battling the blaze on a cold winter ...
Halifax protest highlights aboriginal issues
About 100 people drummed, chanted and sang their way across the Macdonald Bridge in Halifax to highlight environmental and social issues affecting the aboriginal community. The protesters started their march at the Dartmouth bus depot on a ...
What lies beneath? - Ground penetrating radar finds pattern of anomalies after Fort Anne survey
Researchers at Fort Anne Historic Site, who used ground-penetrating radar and other modern technologies, have discovered what they believe are the graves of as many as 19 Acadians. Findings of a Dec. 3, 2018 survey of a 20-by-20-metre section of ...
New Brunswick withdrawing from 2021 Jeux de la Francophonie due to increased costs, lack of federal support, says premier
NEW BRUNSWICK – Premier Blaine Higgs announced today that the 2021 Jeux de la Francophonie will not move forward in New Brunswick due to increased costs and a lack of funding commitment from Ottawa. “The 2021 Jeux de la Francophonie ...
New Brunswickers urged to participate in Bell Let’s Talk Day
New Brunswickers are encouraged to participate in Bell Let’s Talk Day initiatives tomorrow, Jan. 30, to support the growing conversation around mental health in Canada. For every text message, mobile and long distance call, Bell Let’s ...
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 ...
Tammy Ripley nears first anniversary of heart transplant
AMHERST - Her best walks are through the Sackville Water Park in late spring. Ducklings follow their mothers like little parades through a brackish world of cattails and towering grasses still waking from winter’s hush. “Each day ...
Is another New Brunswick election just a matter of time?
SACKVILLE, N.B. – New Brunswick’s minority government still remains on shaky ground, despite the Progressive Conservatives taking the reins from the Liberals just over two months ago. Political scientist Mario Levesque said Premier ...
New downtown Sackville seniors complex drawing interest
SACKVILLE, N.B. – Dozens of seniors will be making downtown Sackville their new home by the end of this summer. Local developer John Lafford says his new 35-unit seniors’ complex at the corner of York and Main streets should be ready ...
‘We call them drive-by 911 calls’: How well-meaning citizens can send first responders on a wild goose chase.
Last year, the Alma, N.S., fire department responded to 40 vehicle-related incidents, but only 25 of those actually required an emergency response. So, what happened on those extra 15 calls? “Sometimes people will call 911 if ...