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No bloodstains found in Dennis Oland's car, officer tells murder trial

No bloodstains found in Dennis Oland's car, officer tells murder trial

SAINT JOHN, N.B. — Although it was dirty and appeared not to have been cleaned, the car Dennis Oland was driving the evening his father, Richard, was murdered did not produce any suspicious bloodstains, a Saint John court was told Tuesday.
N.B. 'unable to host' 2021 Francophonie Games without major cash injection

N.B. 'unable to host' 2021 Francophonie Games without major cash injection

FREDERICTON — The New Brunswick government has issued an ultimatum to the partners behind the 2021 Francophonie Games: come up with a new funding plan by the end of the month or forget about hosting the international sporting and cultural event.

Halifax-area woman facing slew of charges after confrontation with N.B. police

DIEPPE, N.B. — A Halifax-area woman is facing 13 charges in a bizarre incident that left her injured after a confrontation with first responders in Dieppe, N.B. The RCMP say a car had gone off Adelard-Savoie Boulevard on the afternoon of Jan. 5.
How an instantly iconic Newfoundland iceberg became a Canada Post stamp

How an instantly iconic Newfoundland iceberg became a Canada Post stamp

ST. JOHN'S, N.L. — A towering iceberg that captured international attention in 2017 when it parked beside a tiny Newfoundland town will be seen around the world again — on an international stamp.
'The Force will be with him:' Star Wars actor honours N.L. boy who had cancer

'The Force will be with him:' Star Wars actor honours N.L. boy who had cancer

CONCEPTION BAY SOUTH, N.L. — A six-year-old boy who captured the attention of a province — and one of his Star Wars heroes — has passed away from cancer. Kaiden Little's family posted a Facebook message saying the little boy died at about 2:15 p.m.
New minister is first female Nova Scotia MP named to federal cabinet

New minister is first female Nova Scotia MP named to federal cabinet

OTTAWA — Canada's inaugural minister of rural economic development is herself a first — the first woman representing Nova Scotia in the federal cabinet.

Thieves used front-end loaders to break into bank, grocery store:police

ST. JOHN'S, N.L. — There's a new tool of choice for thieves in Newfoundland: the front-end loader. Police say the heavy machinery was used in a pair of brazen break-ins this weekend in St. John's.
New Brunswick man makes a homeless shelter in garage, gets shut down by bylaw

New Brunswick man makes a homeless shelter in garage, gets shut down by bylaw

SAINT-ANTOINE, N.B. — A New Brunswick man who turned his garage into a makeshift shelter says his attempt to help homeless people was shut down by a bylaw he didn't know about.
Rescue underway for dozens of seals stranded in small Newfoundland town

Rescue underway for dozens of seals stranded in small Newfoundland town

Fisheries officials have rescued eight seals from a small Newfoundland town that's been overrun by dozens of the blubbery mammals for over a week.
Husky taking steps to resume SeaRose operations two months after oil spill

Husky taking steps to resume SeaRose operations two months after oil spill

ST. JOHN'S, N.L. — A Canadian oil and gas company says it's working to reassure regulators that it can resume safe operations, two months after a massive oil spill at one of their offshore oil production sites.
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