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Senior officer asked police investigator to lie, Oland murder trial told

Senior officer asked police investigator to lie, Oland murder trial told

SAINT JOHN, N.B. — A retired Saint John police officer could not hold back tears Monday as he recalled the pain of being asked to lie on the stand at the Dennis Oland murder trial. Retired Staff-Sgt.
Newfoundland town fears fate of stranded seals swarming its streets

Newfoundland town fears fate of stranded seals swarming its streets

RODDICKTON, N.L. — Seals have been swarming the streets of a northern Newfoundland town, with residents fearing for the animals' safety but being warned to stay away.

QMJHL Roundup: Islanders sink Wildcats 5-2 for fifth straight victory

CHARLOTTETOWN — Matthew Welsh turned away 35 shots and Jordan Maher had a goal and an assist as the Charlottetown Islanders sunk the Moncton Wildcats 5-2 on Sunday afternoon in Quebec Major Junior Hockey League action.
RCMP member discharged firearm at suspect in Dieppe incident: police

RCMP member discharged firearm at suspect in Dieppe incident: police

DIEPPE, N.B. — Police say a member of the RCMP fired their gun at a suspect who they allege "took actions threatening first responders" during an incident in Dieppe, N.B., on Saturday. Sgt.

Police take suspect into custody after "incident" near Moncton airport

DIEPPE, N.B. — Police in New Brunswick say a suspect has been taken into custody following an "incident" near Moncton's airport, as both police and a watchdog agency continue to investigate the situation. RCMP spokesman Sgt.

Environment Canada issues weather warnings for Newfoundland and Labrador

Environment Canada has issued a slew of weather statements and storm warnings for Newfoundland and Labrador.
Thieves nab 1,200 pounds of Nova Scotia lobster in two holiday heists

Thieves nab 1,200 pounds of Nova Scotia lobster in two holiday heists

Thieves struck twice over the holiday season to nab that most precious of Nova Scotia booty: lobster. Police say they stole a total of 1,200 pounds of lobster from open pens at pounds in Port Medway, N.S., during the early mornings of Dec.
N.L. man facing impaired driving charges was designated driver: passengers

N.L. man facing impaired driving charges was designated driver: passengers

GRAND FALLS-WINDSOR, N.L. — His passengers claimed he was their designated driver, but police say a Newfoundland man's breathalyzer results suggest otherwise.
'An unknown political quantity': Vickers' challenge, and opportunity, in N.B.

'An unknown political quantity': Vickers' challenge, and opportunity, in N.B.

Kevin Vickers has been described as a national hero for his role in stopping a gunman's attack on Parliament Hill in 2014, but New Brunswick pundits say he's largely seen as an outsider as he considers a political bid in his home province.

Contractor working on Irving land in northern New Brunswick dies

SAINT LEONARD, N.B. — A contractor working on J.D. Irving, Ltd. land in northern New Brunswick has died after his logging truck left a road in Madawaska County.
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