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PEI reports new case of COVID-19 that appears unrelated to previous cluster

CHARLOTTETOWN — A Prince Edward Island woman in her 80s has tested positive for COVID-19, the province's chief public health officer said Sunday. In a brief statement, Dr.

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All residents, staff at PEI seniors' home test negative for COVID-19

CHARLOTTETOWN — Prince Edward Island says residents and staff at a seniors' residence in Charlottetown have all tested negative for COVID-19. The province's chief public health officer, Dr.
Pedestrian-only downtown a hit with residents as St. John's adapts to pandemic

Pedestrian-only downtown a hit with residents as St. John's adapts to pandemic

ST. JOHN'S, N.L. — Cool temperatures didn't stop hundreds of dog walkers, bikers and diners from flocking to St. John's, N.L.'s main downtown street Wednesday evening.

Two men face second-degree murder charges in May killing of Fredericton man

FREDERICTON — Two men have been charged in connection with a murder in Fredericton this spring. Police were called early on May 2 to the Dr.

Federal government commits funding for N.L. electric vehicle charging network

ST. JOHN'S, N.L. — The federal government is giving a funding boost for a network of electric vehicle charging stations across Newfoundland and Labrador.
Newfoundland and Labrador reports first positive COVID-19 case since May

Newfoundland and Labrador reports first positive COVID-19 case since May

ST. JOHN'S, N.L. — Newfoundland and Labrador has confirmed a new case of COVID-19, the first reported in more than a month.
Chiefs fail to get a deal on racism inquiry following meeting with N.B. premier

Chiefs fail to get a deal on racism inquiry following meeting with N.B. premier

FREDERICTON — Indigenous leaders in New Brunswick say they are losing faith in Premier Blaine Higgs and his provincial government after a second meeting failed to produce an agreement for an inquiry into systemic racism and two recent police shooting
North Atlantic right whales nearing extinction, international nature body says

North Atlantic right whales nearing extinction, international nature body says

OTTAWA — North Atlantic right whales are now considered one step away from complete eradication.
Health officials report new COVID-19 case in New Brunswick related to travel

Health officials report new COVID-19 case in New Brunswick related to travel

FREDERICTON — Public health officials in New Brunswick are reporting one new case of COVID-19 today. The new case involves a person in their 40s in the Fredericton area. They say it is a travel-related case, and the individual is self-isolating. Dr.
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