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New Brunswick reports six new cases of COVID-19, has 19 active cases

New Brunswick reports six new cases of COVID-19, has 19 active cases

FREDERICTON — New Brunswick is reporting six new cases of COVID-19 today, bringing the provincial total of active diagnoses to 19.
Halifax Mooseheads seeing schedule changes for Christmas, COVID-19 quarantine

Halifax Mooseheads seeing schedule changes for Christmas, COVID-19 quarantine

Changes have so far affected four Halifax Mooseheads games

QMJHL Roundup: Sea Dogs offence comes alive for 9-4 win over Wildcats

SAINT JOHN, N.B. — Cam MacDonald had a hat trick, and defenceman Charlie DesRoches added two goals and two assists as the Saint John Sea Dogs topped the Moncton Wildcats 9-4 on Friday in Quebec Major Junior Hockey League action.
No charges against police for shooting knife-wielding man in New Glasgow, N.S.

No charges against police for shooting knife-wielding man in New Glasgow, N.S.

NEW GLASGOW, N.S. — Nova Scotia's police watchdog says it will not charge an officer who shot a 25-year-old man who allegedly approached officers while holding a knife.
N.L. report promotes alternative paths to justice for sexual assault survivors

N.L. report promotes alternative paths to justice for sexual assault survivors

ST. JOHN'S, N.L. — A new report from a women’s group in St. John’s says despite years of reforms, the Canadian justice system is failing sexual assault victims.

Second of three New Brunswick teens found, 14-year-old girl still missing: RCMP

SAINT JOHN, N.B. — Police have located the second of three New Brunswick teens reported missing last week. The RCMP said late Thursday a 13-year-old boy from Chamcook, N.B., had been found and was safe, but no other details were released.
N.L. public health has COVID advice for the holiday mummering tradition

N.L. public health has COVID advice for the holiday mummering tradition

ST. JOHN'S, N.L. — Newfoundland and Labrador public health officials have issued advice for those looking to stay COVID-safe while marauding around town with underwear on the outside of their clothes.
RCMP surveillance, searches breached anti-fracking protesters' rights, watchdog says

RCMP surveillance, searches breached anti-fracking protesters' rights, watchdog says

OTTAWA — The RCMP watchdog has uncovered shortcomings with the national force's crowd-control measures, physical searches and collection of social media information while policing anti-fracking protests in New Brunswick.
First Nation to launch lawsuits against N.S. commercial fishers for alleged damages

First Nation to launch lawsuits against N.S. commercial fishers for alleged damages

INDIAN BROOK, N.S. — A Mi'kmaq First Nation that encountered violence after it opened a self-regulated lobster fishery says it will launch a series of lawsuits against non-Indigenous fishers for alleged damages incurred by its members.

45,000 litres of oil spilled at Churchill Falls hydroelectric station in Labrador

CHURCHILL FALLS, N.L. — Nalcor Energy says about 45,000 litres of oil spilled at the Churchill Falls hydroelectric plant switchyard in Labrador.
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