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N.L. sending nine health-care workers to Ontario to help with COVID-19 third wave

N.L. sending nine health-care workers to Ontario to help with COVID-19 third wave

ST. JOHN'S, N.L. — Newfoundland and Labrador is sending nine health-care workers to Ontario on Tuesday to help the province deal with a third wave of COVID-19 that is threatening to overwhelm hospitals.
Case involving COVID-19 variant that emerged in India confirmed in New Brunswick

Case involving COVID-19 variant that emerged in India confirmed in New Brunswick

FREDERICTON — New Brunswick on Monday reported a COVID-19 case involving a variant first identified in India. Health officials said the case in the Fredericton region involves a previously reported infection.
N.B. First Nation locates sunk crab fishing boat off Cheticamp, N.S.

N.B. First Nation locates sunk crab fishing boat off Cheticamp, N.S.

ELSIPOGTOG FIRST NATION, N.B. — A search team has located a snow crab fishing boat operated by a New Brunswick First Nation that sank off the coast of Cape Breton, N.S., earlier this month. Elsipogtog Coun.
Human remains found inside burned-out vehicle in northern Labrador community

Human remains found inside burned-out vehicle in northern Labrador community

NATUASHISH, N.L. — Police in northern Labrador are investigating the discovery of human remains inside a burning vehicle.
Charlottetown council to decide future of Sir John A. Macdonald statue

Charlottetown council to decide future of Sir John A. Macdonald statue

Charlottetown city council will decide Monday night how to proceed with possible changes to a statue of Canada's first prime minister. The artwork in Prince Edward Island's capital, which features Sir John A.
Families upset with lack of information about mystery New Brunswick brain illness

Families upset with lack of information about mystery New Brunswick brain illness

FREDERICTON — Families who fear their loved ones are afflicted with a mysterious neurological syndrome in New Brunswick say they're losing patience waiting for information from the health officials who are investigating.
Day parole revoked for man who killed N.L. woman and let her son take the fall

Day parole revoked for man who killed N.L. woman and let her son take the fall

ST. JOHN'S, N.L. — A Newfoundland and Labrador man who killed his childhood friend's mother and then let him go to jail for it had his parole revoked after an emotional hearing Friday.
New Brunswick to require 7-day hotel quarantine for most travellers entering province

New Brunswick to require 7-day hotel quarantine for most travellers entering province

FREDERICTON — New Brunswick is setting up isolation hotels where most people travelling into the province will have to stay at their own expense for at least seven days.

QMJHL Roundup: Bennett MacArthur, Riley Kidney lead Titan to 7-5 playoff win

SAINT JOHN, N.B. — Bennett MacArthur had two goals and an assist and Riley Kidney added a goal and three helpers as the Acadie-Bathurst Titan downed the Saint John Sea Dogs 7-5 on Thursday in the 2021 President's Cup Series.
New Brunswick premier encourages people to obey health rules and to get vaccinated

New Brunswick premier encourages people to obey health rules and to get vaccinated

FREDERICTON — The premier of New Brunswick says he's disappointed to hear some people are still not following public health restrictions more than a year into the pandemic.
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