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Group launches legal action against N.B. government for greater abortion access

Group launches legal action against N.B. government for greater abortion access

FREDERICTON — A national civil liberties group has filed legal notice in the first stage of a suit against the New Brunswick government for lack of access to abortion. The Canadian Civil Liberties Association sent a letter dated Oct.
Health officials report one new travel-related case of COVID-19 in New Brunswick

Health officials report one new travel-related case of COVID-19 in New Brunswick

FREDERICTON — New Brunswick is reporting one new case of COVID-19 today. Health officials say the new case involves a person in their 40s in the Fredericton region who travelled outside the country.
Trudeau names former Liberal MP Rodger Cuzner as new consul general in Boston

Trudeau names former Liberal MP Rodger Cuzner as new consul general in Boston

OTTAWA — Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is sending former Liberal MP Rodger Cuzner to represent Canada as the country's consul general in Boston.
N.B. reports four new COVID-19 cases, declares outbreak at seniors residence

N.B. reports four new COVID-19 cases, declares outbreak at seniors residence

FREDERICTON — Public health officials in New Brunswick are reporting four new cases of COVID-19 in the province. One of the cases is in the Four Seasons Residence, an adult special care home in Balmoral, near Campbellton, N.B.
City of Moncton looking to use flashing lights to solve its goose problem

City of Moncton looking to use flashing lights to solve its goose problem

Moncton, N.B., has a goose poop problem, and the city's director of parks says he may need strobe lights to solve it.
Shooter says he feels 'horrible' over Fredericton shootings that left four dead

Shooter says he feels 'horrible' over Fredericton shootings that left four dead

FREDERICTON — Matthew Raymond testified Thursday that he is "very sorry" he shot and killed four people in Fredericton in 2018, but at the time he felt it was something that had to be done to eliminate "demons" out to get him.
Trial hears New Brunswick gunman describe shooting people he thought were 'demons'

Trial hears New Brunswick gunman describe shooting people he thought were 'demons'

FREDERICTON — Matthew Raymond coolly described to the court Wednesday how he shot and killed four people outside his apartment building in 2018, testifying that he believed his victims were "demons" coming to kill him.
N.L. union head 'disgusted' after she says police threatened to arrest workers

N.L. union head 'disgusted' after she says police threatened to arrest workers

ST. JOHN'S, N.L. — A union head says she's disgusted after police allegedly threatened to arrest Dominion workers on a picket line outside the Weston Foods bakery Tuesday night near St. John’s.
N.B. seafood giant Cooke buys insolvent U.S. fish processor, expands global reach

N.B. seafood giant Cooke buys insolvent U.S. fish processor, expands global reach

BLACKS HARBOUR, N.B. — A division of New Brunswick seafood giant Cooke Inc. has acquired Mariner Seafood LLC of New Bedford, Mass., expanding the family-owned company's operations in the United States.
To address Labrador homelessness, N.L. politician needs to go: Innu

To address Labrador homelessness, N.L. politician needs to go: Innu

ST. JOHN'S, N.L. — A central Labrador town has a pressing homelessness problem and it won’t be solved until the district's legislature member is replaced by someone who understands Indigenous issues, Labrador’s Innu Nation says.
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