Cannabis rules: what to expect in New Brunswick
Province of New Brunswick launches seasonal flu vaccination
Susan Paterson exhibit opens at Sackville's Fog Forest Gallery
Billy Bishop Goes to War in Sackville Oct. 17-18
Mount Allison’s Owens Art Gallery welcomes new director/curator
What does the future of Sackville schools look like?
Making a modern fall wreath
DRIVEN: 2018 Chevrolet Camaro SS is a great bit of fun
TECHNICALLY SPEAKING: Ford’s Co-Pilot360 offers convenience, safety
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UPDATE: Customers in Newfoundland and Labrador brave cold, wet, windy night to be the first to buy legal cannabis in Canada
Sackville hires new bylaw officer, awards contract for natural playground
Massive freezer facility going up in Sackville industrial park
ENTREVESTOR: Riding a wave of OceanTech startups in Atlantic Canada
Mount Allison named top undergraduate school in nation
High tides threaten low-lying Isthmus of Chignecto
Krista Jangaard chosen as permanent CEO at IWK
The interim president and CEO of the IWK Health Centre for the past year will fill the position permanently. Dr. Krista Jangaard’s role is effective immediately, after she was selected by the board of directors of Atlantic ...
Mitton's win confirmed
It's official. Megan Mitton is the new MLA for Memramcook-Tantramar. Mitton's victory was confirmed by a judicial recount that finished today, with the results showing the numbers consistent with those reported by Elections NB on election ...
Sink or swim? Sackville Commons on a precipice
The Sackville Commons is on the cusp of becoming a real success story. Envisioned to be a dynamic and thriving co-working space where local entrepreneurs, artists, non-profits and community groups can come together to network, share ideas and ...
Melrose church closes its doors
MELROSE, N.B. – Its long and vibrant history first took root around 1820 with the migration of some 60 families to the Melrose area – in those early days called the ‘Emigrant Road.’ The congregation of St. ...
Three interesting takeaways from Monday night's provincial election
1. Liberals will continue governing – for now The Liberals will get the first chance to govern a divided legislature – but their success will depend on a lot of negotiation and compromise. Even though Brian Gallant’s Liberals ...
Sackville man demands apology from town manager
SACKVILLE, N.B. – Should residents have free reign to privately question contractors on a project being commissioned by the municipality? And if so, will it come with a heftier price tag? These were questions up for discussion at town ...
UPDATED: Going Green: Meet the new Memramcook-Tantramar MLA
Memramcook-Tantramar voters made history Sept. 24 when they opted to send the riding’s first Green Party candidate to the provincial legislature ...
And the winners are . . .
The Sackville fire station was packed Sept. 22 as hundreds of people came out for the department's annual truck draw. All 3,500 tickets sold out tfor the first time since 2006. This year's winners are: Truck: Michelle Casey of ...
Several changes made to this weekend’s Sackville Fall Fair schedule
SACKVILLE, N.B. – Sackville’s 18th annual Fall Fair is ready to roll but there a few changes to the schedule that the town wants residents to know about. First, due to construction on Main Street, the annual parade and Main Street Mile ...
New short-term Lorne Street flood control plan presented to Sackville council
SACKVILLE, N.B. – Sackville is putting its original plan for flood control in the Lorne Street area back on the shelf for now. But the consultant who is currently reworking the proposal to bring it within budget says some of the elements now ...