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Martha Stewart offers business advice to cannabis industry leaders

Martha Stewart offers business advice to cannabis industry leaders

SAINT JOHN, N.B. — Food and lifestyles guru Martha Stewart says the recipe for success she has followed throughout her career also applies to cannabis companies — offer quality products at fair prices.
Pricey tours of decaying Titanic shipwreck delayed until June 2020

Pricey tours of decaying Titanic shipwreck delayed until June 2020

ST. JOHN'S, N.L. — Adventure tourists who paid $168,000 each to help survey the Titanic shipwreck off Newfoundland have been told their much-anticipated dives are being postponed. The U.S.
N.L. premier says he will take Ottawa to task over joint management of resources

N.L. premier says he will take Ottawa to task over joint management of resources

ST. JOHN'S, N.L. — As senators debate the fate of Ottawa's bill on resource project assessments, Newfoundland and Labrador's premier says he'll do whatever it takes to ensure his province remains globally competitive.
Veteran Liberal Dominic LeBlanc, recovering from cancer, will seek re-election

Veteran Liberal Dominic LeBlanc, recovering from cancer, will seek re-election

MONCTON, N.B. — Veteran New Brunswick Liberal MP Dominic LeBlanc, recovering from cancer, says he will be a candidate in the next federal election in his riding of Beausejour.

New Brunswick announces $1-million in conditional funding for hospice project

MONCTON, N.B. — A planned $5-million residential hospice in Moncton, N.B., got a $1-million funding boost today from the province. However, the funding commitment is conditional on Ottawa providing matching funds towards the facility.

Nova Scotia RCMP say man faces 12 charges in attempted robbery where shots fired

CANNING, NOVA SCOTIA, Canada — RCMP say a 39-year-old man faces a series of charges in connection with shots fired during an attempted robbery in Nova Scotia's Annapolis Valley. Leif Spilchen, of Centreville, N.S.
Shoppers to use blockchain technology to track medical cannabis quality

Shoppers to use blockchain technology to track medical cannabis quality

SAINT JOHN, N.B. — The vice-president of business development at Shoppers Drug Mart says blockchain technology can provide assurance for doctors and pharmacists about the quality of medical cannabis.

Convicted killer, accomplice to infamous N.B. serial killer dead at 52

Correctional Service Canada says a convicted murderer and accomplice to one of New Brunswick's most notorious killers has died.
Newfoundland iceberg tours draw more visitors as climate warms: tour operator

Newfoundland iceberg tours draw more visitors as climate warms: tour operator

TRINITY, N.L. — Instead of May flowers, late spring in Newfoundland and Labrador is known for the towering icebergs sent drifting down the province's coasts.

N.B. RCMP investigating unspecified 'incident' at Moncton daycare

MONCTON, N.B. — RCMP in New Brunswick say officers are investigating an unspecified classroom incident that led to four staff members being fired from a Moncton daycare in late May. Sgt.
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