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Apartment fire in northwestern New Brunswick leaves one man dead

SAINT-QUENTIN, N.B. — One man is dead following an early morning fire in northwestern New Brunswick. RCMP and fire crews responded to an apartment building on Canada Street in Saint-Quentin shortly after 2 a.m. Thursday.
New Brunswick pharmacists back legislation for mandatory immunization

New Brunswick pharmacists back legislation for mandatory immunization

FREDERICTON — New Brunswick pharmacists are throwing their support behind legislation removing non-medical immunization exemptions in public schools and licensed early childcare facilities.
Lone woman says fellow councillors shut her out when she pushes for diversity

Lone woman says fellow councillors shut her out when she pushes for diversity

FREDERICTON — The only woman on Fredericton city council says she feels shut out when trying to advocate for change. Kate Rogers said Wednesday she has decided to speak out publicly because her private efforts weren't working.
Hamlet rock opera returns to P.E.I. theatre stage, 45 years later

Hamlet rock opera returns to P.E.I. theatre stage, 45 years later

CHARLOTTETOWN — A classic Shakespearean tragedy put to rock 'n' roll has given rise to moments of restorative joy to the Canadian composer witnessing its rebirth after 45 years.
Drivers being urged to be a little less nice on Prince Edward Island

Drivers being urged to be a little less nice on Prince Edward Island

SUMMERSIDE, P.E.I. — Police in Summerside, P.E.I., are encouraging motorists to stop being quite so nice — because it's causing accidents. Sgt.

Mother's child abandonment speaks to opioid addiction's hold on user: judge

GRAND BANK, N.L. — The sad case of a mother who abandoned her two young sons to seek out oxycodone while on probation speaks to the devastating hold an opioid addiction can have over a user's life, a Newfoundland judge says.
Public health officials declare New Brunswick measles outbreak over

Public health officials declare New Brunswick measles outbreak over

SAINT JOHN, N.B. — New Brunswick's chief medical officer of health says a measles outbreak in the province is officially over. "We had no severe cases and no deaths," Dr. Jennifer Russell said Monday as she announced the news in Saint John.
Nova Scotia teen who sang Mi'kmaq version of 'Blackbird' meets Paul McCartney

Nova Scotia teen who sang Mi'kmaq version of 'Blackbird' meets Paul McCartney

Paul McCartney says he was a little anxious about singing "Blackbird" at a weekend concert after meeting a Cape Breton teenager behind a much-discussed Mi'kmaq rendition of the Beatles classic.
Adventurers flock to abandoned Newfoundland amusement park, railway site

Adventurers flock to abandoned Newfoundland amusement park, railway site

TRINITY, N.L. — Once a bustling family attraction and the site of a rare piece of North American railway history, visiting the Trinity Train Loop in eastern Newfoundland now feels like walking into a post-apocalyptic movie scene.

Security footage rules out ghost in theft of statue from PEI haunted mansion

KENSINGTON, P.E.I. — John Davison says he received three new leads on Saturday as to who could've stolen a giant head from the Haunted Mansion he owns in Kensington, P.E.I. The statue representing one of the attraction's characters, Dr.
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