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Fire aboard shrimp trawler off Newfoundland started in sauna: investigation report

Fire aboard shrimp trawler off Newfoundland started in sauna: investigation report

ST. JOHN'S, N.L. — The Transportation Safety Board says a fire in January aboard a large factory-freezer trawler started in the ship's sauna as the vessel was catching and processing shrimp off the coast of Newfoundland.
With one missing N.B. teen found, the search continues for the other two

With one missing N.B. teen found, the search continues for the other two

SAINT JOHN, N.B. — With one missing New Brunswick teen found safe Wednesday, the search for two other teens continues today in Saint John, N.B. Thirteen-year-old Jakob Burns has been missing from Chamcook, N.B.

One of three missing teenagers in New Brunswick found safe: RCMP

SAINT JOHN, N.B. — The RCMP say a 13-year-old boy from Chamcook, N.B., who had been reported missing on Nov. 5 has been found safe. Police said they are still looking for 13-year-old Jakob Burns and 14-year-old Margaret (Maggie) Kiley.
Remembrance Day ceremonies in Atlantic Canada reduced due to COVID-19 pandemic

Remembrance Day ceremonies in Atlantic Canada reduced due to COVID-19 pandemic

ST. JOHN'S, N.L. — Every Remembrance Day, a small memorial to Pte. William Doheney of the Royal Newfoundland Regiment goes up in the window of a light blue row house at 17 Prospect St. in St. John’s, N.L.
Lab error in N.L. leads to two unreported COVID-19 cases and a false positive

Lab error in N.L. leads to two unreported COVID-19 cases and a false positive

ST. JOHN'S, N.L. — Two cases of COVID-19 announced today in Newfoundland and Labrador involve people who tested positive on the weekend and went unidentified because of a laboratory error.

Labrador politician is running again despite Innu Nation's calls for him to resign

ST. JOHN'S, N.L. — Newfoundland and Labrador legislature member Perry Trimper says he’s running in the next election despite calls from the Innu Nation for his resignation.

Civil rights group says N.B. must let Indigenous students from Quebec enter province

FREDERICTON — A civil rights group is calling on New Brunswick to allow Indigenous students living in a Quebec border region to cross into the province to go to school.
Search continues for three missing New Brunswick teens believed to be in Saint John

Search continues for three missing New Brunswick teens believed to be in Saint John

SAINT JOHN, N.B. — New Brunswick police are continuing their search for three missing teens believed to be in the Saint John area and who are allegedly avoiding authorities. Cpl. Brent Allaby with the St.
Girl, 14, believed to be with two missing 13-year-old boys in New Brunswick

Girl, 14, believed to be with two missing 13-year-old boys in New Brunswick

SAINT JOHN, N.B. — Police believe a 14-year-old girl missing in Saint John, N.B., is with two missing 13-year-old boys, and her mother is pleading with her to come home. "We love her. We want her back where she belongs and is safe," said Jan Kiley.
N.B. woman argues 'dry cell' segregation for drugs inside body violates charter

N.B. woman argues 'dry cell' segregation for drugs inside body violates charter

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