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Male in custody after shot fired at New Brunswick bar early Saturday

BATHURST, N.B. — Police in Bathurst, N.B., say a male is in custody after a shot was fired at a local bar early Saturday morning. The Bathurst Police Force say they responded to a complaint of a gunshot at Tom's Karaoke Bar around 1:30 a.m.

QMJHL Roundup: Dobson impresses in debut, Huskies beat Wildcats 5-1

MONCTON, N.B. — Defenceman Noah Dobson looked quite comfortable in his new colours.

Man charged with first-degree murder of Newfoundland Indigenous woman

CONNE RIVER, N.L. — A Newfoundland man has been charged with the first-degree murder of a 28-year-old Indigenous woman whose death shook her small, rural First Nation.
With provincial election looming, Newfoundland premier asks voters to trust him

With provincial election looming, Newfoundland premier asks voters to trust him

ST. JOHN'S, N.L. — With a provincial election set for October, Newfoundland and Labrador's premier is asking voters to stick with his Liberal government.

Newfoundland First Nation in mourning after woman's suspicious death

CONNE RIVER, N.L. — A Newfoundland First Nation is grieving after the suspicious death of an Indigenous woman, saying it shows the national crisis has no boundaries.
Former deputy police chief denies he asked officer to lie at Oland trial

Former deputy police chief denies he asked officer to lie at Oland trial

SAINT JOHN, N.B. — The former deputy chief of the Saint John police force has told the Dennis Oland murder trial he did not ask an officer to lie about his visits to the bloody crime scene where Richard Oland's body was found.

'Felt like something ran into the building': Small quake rattles southern N.B.

GRAND BAY-WESTFIELD, N.B. — A minor earthquake rattled windows and knocked dishes off shelves in a small community in southern New Brunswick on Thursday.
Some seals removed from beleaguered Newfoundland town, officials say

Some seals removed from beleaguered Newfoundland town, officials say

RODDICKTON, N.L. — Federal fisheries officers are assessing dozens of stranded seals causing havoc for residents of a small Newfoundland town. The wayward animals have been blocking roads, driveways and doors in Roddickton, N.L.
More oil than expected recovered from Newfoundland shipwreck, officials say

More oil than expected recovered from Newfoundland shipwreck, officials say

ST. JOHN'S, N.L. — Federal officials say crews removed more oil than expected from a decades-old shipwreck off Newfoundland.
N.B. cannabis retailer lays off staffers as 'operational needs' become clear

N.B. cannabis retailer lays off staffers as 'operational needs' become clear

FREDERICTON — New Brunswick's cannabis retailer is laying off staff, saying it has a better understanding of "operational needs" three months after the historic legalization of recreational marijuana.
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