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Tougher rules coming to make driving on New Brunswick highways safer

Tougher rules coming to make driving on New Brunswick highways safer

FREDERICTON — The New Brunswick government is introducing a series of changes to the Motor Vehicle Act in an effort to improve safety on the roads.

E. coli outbreak in N.L. has ended; officials say spinach was 'probable source'

ST. JOHN'S, N.L. — Health officials say an E. coli outbreak reported in Newfoundland and Labrador in October has ended.

Labrador vice-principal charged after alleged assault on a student

ST. JOHN'S, N.L. — RCMP say the vice-principal of a school in the Innu community of Natuashish, N.L., has been charged with assault on a student following an alleged incident in October. Simon Leslie, 34, was charged with assault on Nov.

Murder-suicide determined in death of New Brunswick man and woman

FREDERICTON — Investigators in New Brunswick have concluded the deaths of a man and woman in Oak Bay over the weekend were the result of a murder-suicide. Shortly after 10 a.m. Saturday, members of the St.

New Brunswick won't appeal order of new trial for Marissa Shephard

FREDERICTON — New Brunswick Crown prosecutors say they won't appeal a provincial Court of Appeal decision ordering a second trial for Marissa Shephard.
Court rules RCMP not to blame for losses in 2003 New Brunswick fishery riot

Court rules RCMP not to blame for losses in 2003 New Brunswick fishery riot

SHIPPAGAN, N.B. — A Moncton judge has dismissed a $40-million lawsuit against the RCMP and ordered the receivers of a northeastern New Brunswick fish plant destroyed in a 2003 riot to pay $210,000 in legal costs. Deloitte Restructuring Inc.

Newfoundland town grapples with deadly crash that killed four, injured one

ST. JOHN'S, N.L. — A small Newfoundland community is processing the shock of a fatal crash Sunday afternoon that claimed the lives of a grandfather, his two teenage granddaughters and another man who lived nearby.

P.E.I. woman sentenced to six years in prison for three infanticides

CHARLOTTETOWN — A Prince Edward Island woman who admitted to causing the deaths of three of her newborn babies has been sentenced to six years in prison.
Organigram expects revenue to rise in Q1 2020 compared with final quarter 2019

Organigram expects revenue to rise in Q1 2020 compared with final quarter 2019

MONCTON, N.B. — Cannabis company Organigram Holdings Inc.
St. John's the latest city to offer sensory-friendly space at Christmas parade

St. John's the latest city to offer sensory-friendly space at Christmas parade

ST. JOHN'S, N.L. — The holiday season brings flashing lights and blasting Christmas carols to public spaces and shopping malls across Canada, making it a challenge for people with sensory disorders to get into the holiday spirit.
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