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Mother of child who died angry anti-vaccine page used girl's image on Facebook

Mother of child who died angry anti-vaccine page used girl's image on Facebook

ST. JOHN'S, N.L. — The mother of a young Newfoundland girl who died last summer is furious her daughter's altered image was used online as part of an anti-vaccination campaign.
UFO researcher Stanton Friedman dies after half-century effort to prove alien life

UFO researcher Stanton Friedman dies after half-century effort to prove alien life

FREDERICTON — Stanton T. Friedman, nuclear physicist, lecturer and world-renowned devotee of extraterrestrial existence, has died at the age of 84.
Recipe collection offers insight into 18th century life in the Maritimes

Recipe collection offers insight into 18th century life in the Maritimes

FREDERICTON — You're not going to find the latest recipe for avocado toast, but a new collection of recipes is offering an insight into early colonial life in the Maritimes, including advice for making your own medicine, desserts, and even how to cat

New Brunswick officials warn of exposure to second case of measles

FREDERICTON — Medical authorities in New Brunswick are cautioning people who may have been exposed to a second case of measles in the Saint John area to watch for symptoms and make sure they've been vaccinated. Dr.

Chatting on wharf not grounds to allow return of NL man banished from wharf:court

ST. JOHN'S, N.L. — A Newfoundland court is rejecting a man's request he be allowed to return to a local wharf after he argued his banishment had harmed his social life.

New Brunswick medical authorities confirm second case of measles

FREDERICTON — Medical authorities in New Brunswick said Monday they have confirmed a second case of measles in the Saint John area. The office of the Chief Medical Officer of Health said the case was confirmed at Kennebecasis Valley High School.
Politicians address challenge of making N.L. feel like home for newcomers

Politicians address challenge of making N.L. feel like home for newcomers

ST. JOHN'S, N.L. — The need to make aging, cash-strapped Newfoundland and Labrador into an appealing place for young people has been a recurring theme among politicians campaigning for the May 16 provincial election.
Bystander left uneasy as N.L. officer seen with carbine rifle at mall in false call

Bystander left uneasy as N.L. officer seen with carbine rifle at mall in false call

ST. JOHN'S, N.L. — A young woman who snapped a photo of a police officer walking through a St. John's mall with a carbine firearm at the ready says she wishes officers could tell citizens more when highly armed situations arise in public venues.
Tory Leader Ches Crosbie and sister Beth both vying for seats in N.L. election

Tory Leader Ches Crosbie and sister Beth both vying for seats in N.L. election

ST. JOHN'S, N.L. — As the son of retired political heavyweight John Crosbie, Ches Crosbie presents Newfoundlanders and Labradorians with a familiar name as he seeks to become the province's next premier in the May 16 election.

Inuit elder running as independent hopes to challenge party politics in N.L.

ST. JOHN'S, N.L. — Jim Learning voted in a provincial election for the first time in his life Thursday, and the 80-year-old says he cast his advance ballot for the only candidate he was confident supporting: himself.
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