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Homicide investigation: Mounties in New Brunswick seeking driver of black BMW

MONCTON, N.B. — RCMP in New Brunswick are looking for the driver of a black BMW who may know something about a recent double homicide in Dieppe. The Mounties released a photo Friday showing the four-door vehicle.

House fire in southwestern New Brunswick forces family of three from their home

ST. STEPHEN, N.B. — A house fire in southwestern New Brunswick has forced a family of three from their home near St. Stephen. The Canadian Red Cross says no one was injured after the fire broke out Friday around 3 a.m.

Motorists on Newfoundland's Northern Peninsula warned about caribou herd

ST. ANTHONY, N.L. — Motorists in northwestern Newfoundland are being warned to watch for a caribou herd wandering near the airport in St. Anthony.

QMJHL Roundup: Trepanier's four points lead Mooseheads over Titan

BATHURST, N.B. — Maxim Trepanier scored two goals and set up two more to power the Halifax Mooseheads to a 6-3 win over the Acadie-Bathurst Titan on Thursday in the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League.
Opposition growing to use of notwithstanding clause for vaccination bill

Opposition growing to use of notwithstanding clause for vaccination bill

FREDERICTON — Opposition politicians say New Brunswick's Progressive Conservative government is being too heavy-handed by invoking the notwithstanding clause to shield mandatory vaccination legislation against charter challenges.

Quebec's Air Saguenay closing down after plane crash lawsuit, business woes

MONTREAL — Months after a float plane crash in Labrador that killed seven men, the Quebec airline being sued by the family of one of the victims is going out of business, its president said Wednesday.

N.L. physicians' group calls for 243 family doctor hires over next decade

ST. JOHN'S, N.L. — The organization representing doctors in Newfoundland and Labrador says the province needs to hire at least 243 additional family physicians over the next 10 years in order to keep up with the population's needs.
Person arrested and questioned in case of premature births at N.B. hospital

Person arrested and questioned in case of premature births at N.B. hospital

MONCTON, N.B. — RCMP in New Brunswick say one person has been arrested in connection with allegations that patients at the Moncton Hospital were improperly given a labour-inducing drug earlier this year. Codiac RCMP Sgt.
Former Nova Scotia premier Gerald Regan dead at 91

Former Nova Scotia premier Gerald Regan dead at 91

Former Nova Scotia premier Gerald Regan, whose political accomplishments were later overshadowed by a sexual assault trial that resulted in an acquittal, has died at the age of 91.
Premiers need to quit picking fights and focus on Canadians: Ball

Premiers need to quit picking fights and focus on Canadians: Ball

OTTAWA — Premiers should quit picking fights with the prime minister — and with each other — if they want to maintain national unity, the premier of Newfoundland and Labrador said Tuesday.
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