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N.L. premier says food supply safe after shipping company raises concerns

N.L. premier says food supply safe after shipping company raises concerns

ST. JOHN'S, N.L. — Newfoundland and Labrador's premier says the province's food supply is not at risk after a major shipping company suggested shipments to the island could be reduced due to the pandemic.
Some homes in a New Brunswick community experience spring flooding

Some homes in a New Brunswick community experience spring flooding

FREDERICTON — About eight homes in Sussex Corner, N.B., have suffered minor flooding after Trout Creek unexpectedly spilled its banks.

Prince Edward Island health officials release pandemic modelling numbers

CHARLOTTETOWN — Health officials on Prince Edward Island say Canada's smallest province could have seen up to 900 deaths from the COVID-19 pandemic by June 1 if the government hadn't taken the public health measures that have been imposed.
Emergency officials in New Brunswick warn of potential flooding, revise forecast

Emergency officials in New Brunswick warn of potential flooding, revise forecast

FREDERICTON — Emergency officials in New Brunswick are advising residents to be vigilant this week, saying some waterways could reach or slightly exceed the flood stage.
New Brunswick man reunited with wallet lost on tugboat 51 years ago

New Brunswick man reunited with wallet lost on tugboat 51 years ago

SAINT JOHN, N.B. — A New Brunswick man has been reunited with a wallet he lost on a harbour tugboat while employed as a dockyard worker in 1969 — the contents of which included a picture of his late son as a toddler.

Emergency officials in New Brunswick warn of potential flooding this week

FREDERICTON — Emergency officials in New Brunswick are advising residents to be vigilant this week, saying some waterways could reach or slightly exceed the flood stage.

Nova Scotia COVID-19 cases rise by 34 as province processes more tests

Nova Scotia identified 34 new cases of COVID-19 Friday, bringing the total to 407 as numbers continued to rise under expanded testing criteria.
Snow crab fishing delayed in Gulf of St. Lawrence due to COVID-19 concerns

Snow crab fishing delayed in Gulf of St. Lawrence due to COVID-19 concerns

The federal government has delayed snow crab fishing season in the Gulf of St. Lawrence due to concerns over spreading COVID-19.
RCMP in New Brunswick announce arrests of four men in biker gang probe

RCMP in New Brunswick announce arrests of four men in biker gang probe

FREDERICTON — RCMP in New Brunswick say they've arrested four men as part of an ongoing probe of outlaw biker gangs in the province. The police force says in a statement that the four arrests were made between Feb.
N.L. officials warn of COVID-19 risks with aging population, chronic conditions

N.L. officials warn of COVID-19 risks with aging population, chronic conditions

ST. JOHN'S, N.L. — Early data suggests Newfoundland and Labrador has so far been successful in curtailing the spread of COVID-19, but officials are warning the province's aging population creates particular risks.
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