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New Brunswick reports one new case of COVID-19, province has three active cases

New Brunswick reports one new case of COVID-19, province has three active cases

FREDERICTON — New Brunswick is reporting one new case of COVID-19. Health officials said today the new case involves an individual between the ages of 20 and 29 in the Moncton region. The case is travel-related and the infected person is isolating.
Three teens killed in vehicle crash in central New Brunswick: principal

Three teens killed in vehicle crash in central New Brunswick: principal

BLACKVILLE, N.B. — Three teenaged boys from central New Brunswick were killed early Sunday when the car they were in slammed into a concrete and stone retaining wall in the rural community Blackville.

N.B. police search for two people after truck goes off Belleisle Bay ferry

LONG POINT, N.B. — Police in New Brunswick are searching for two people who are believed to have been in a truck that went off a ferry into the water of Belleisle Bay. The RCMP says it was notified of the incident just before 1:50 a.m.

An election without rallies or baby-kissing: New Brunswick vote a pandemic first

FREDERICTON — Voters in New Brunswick head to the polls Monday in the country's first provincial election since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, and lessons learned may provide a template for future campaigns. "Campaigning was very different.

CPL Roundup: Pacific eliminated from finals contention with second group loss

CHARLOTTETOWN — Daniel Krutzen scored on a penalty kick in the first half as Hamilton's Forge FC downed Pacific FC in the group stage of the Island Games on Saturday to eliminate the Langford, B.C.

New Brunswick's Green party promises to replace Lameque-Shippagan Bridge

FREDERICTON — The leader of New Brunswick's Green party says the bridge that links Lameque and Miscou islands with the Acadian Peninsula will be replaced if his party is elected to govern the province on Monday.

Newfoundland reports one confirmed case of COVID-19 and one presumptive case

ST. JOHN'S, N.L. — Health officials in Newfoundland and Labrador are reporting a newly confirmed case of COVID-19, as well as one presumptive case.

More than 100 election-related CUPE signs stolen across New Brunswick: union

FREDERICTON — The Canadian Union of Public Employees says more than 100 of its election-related signs were stolen over the last four days in communities across New Brunswick.
New Brunswick party leaders begin their final push ahead of Monday's election

New Brunswick party leaders begin their final push ahead of Monday's election

FREDERICTON — New Brunswick's political leaders fanned out across the province Friday in the final push for support ahead of Monday's provincial election.

Historic attraction in tiny N.L. tourist town gutted by fire

TWILLINGATE, N.L. — An historic house has burned to the ground in a town popular with tourists in Newfoundland and Labrador. The Ashbourne House was a major tourist attraction in Twillingate, N.L.
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