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
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Making a modern fall wreath
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As land disappears, governments shore up climate change plans
DeMONT: Revisiting the Dartmouth ‘war zone’
Fifteen years ago, hurricane Juan gave P.E.I. residents a wake-up call on improving emergency preparedness
Hurricane Juan's path displaced outhouse, rabbit and trampoline for P.E.I. residents
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Oxford sinkhole may soon give up its secrets
OXFORD, N.S. – About 70 residents of Oxford gathered at a public meeting at the Capitol Theatre Thursday night hoping to learn more about the Oxford sinkhole. They’ll have to wait. “Until we can map those underground caverns ...
VIDEO: Nova Scotia cat survives apparent fall after aerial battle
LAWRENCETOWN, H.R.M, N.S. - Death may have been coming from above, but Skippy the barn cat had other plans. Skippy disappeared Aug. 26. Ten days later, he showed up back at the hobby farm of owners Blair and Kim Davis in Lawrencetown, Halifax ...
Elections New Brunswick announces advance polls for 2018 provincial general election
NEW BRUNSWICK – Advance polling for the Sept. 24 general election will take place on Saturday, Sept. 15, and on Monday, Sept. 17. Polls are open both days from 10 a.m. until 8 p.m. “We encourage electors to bring their Voter ...
New Brunswick Liberals’ lead narrows midway through 2018 election campaign
HALIFAX, N.S. – With just under two weeks remaining in the 2018 provincial election campaign, the New Brunswick Liberal Party’s lead in voter support has narrowed, as compared to pre-campaign results, according to the most recent survey ...
New Brunswick voter information cards in the mail
FREDERICTON, N.B. – Elections New Brunswick has mailed out nearly 570,000 voter information cards advising people about when and where they can vote in the Sept. 24 provincial general election. “In order to ensure the fastest service ...
New Brunswickers urged to perform acts of kindness on Becca Schofield Day
NEW BRUNSWICK – New Brunswickers are being asked to perform acts of kindness on Saturday, Sept. 15, to help mark the second annual Becca Schofield Day, which was proclaimed today by the provincial government. Schofield, a resident of ...
Oxford's sinkhole neighbours closely watching hole’s creeping growth
OXFORD, N.S. – As the sinkhole in Oxford’s Lions Park continues to grow neighbouring businesses are keeping a close eye on what’s happening across the street. “We’re always concerned when it comes to the safety of our ...
Liberals enjoy sizeable lead at the start of New Brunswick election: Corporate Research Associates survey
NEW BRUNSWICK – Prior to the Sept. 24 provincial election, the New Brunswick Liberal Party continues to hold a comfortable lead over other provincial parties in terms of voter support, according to the most recent survey conducted by Corporate ...
Elections New Brunswick launches media literacy campaign to warn voters of online misinformation
NEW BRUNSWICK – With a provincial election scheduled for next month, Elections New Brunswick is asking voters not to take everything they see online at face value. The agency responsible for administering provincial and municipal elections ...
Milk prices to increase Sept. 1 in New Brunswick
NEW BRUNSWICK – The New Brunswick Farm Products Commission has announced that the minimum price consumers will pay for white milk will increase by five cents per litre as of Sept. 1. The commission determined that a price adjustment was ...