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River levels to reach flood stage in two New Brunswick communities

FREDERICTON — Water levels in New Brunswick's St. John River are expected to reach, but not exceed, flood stage in two communities in the next week.
N.L. tells 'come from aways' to stay away after pandemic rules flouted

N.L. tells 'come from aways' to stay away after pandemic rules flouted

ST. JOHN'S, N.L. — Newfoundland and Labrador is clamping down on travel to the province after reports of tourists arriving by ferry to view icebergs amid the COVID-19 pandemic. Chief medical officer of health Dr.
Farm groups oppose new foreign worker restrictions in New Brunswick

Farm groups oppose new foreign worker restrictions in New Brunswick

FREDERICTON — Farm groups in New Brunswick say a new restriction on temporary foreign workers couldn't have come at a worse time and will have a major impact on food production in the province.
N.S. sets up help lines for citizens struggling amid mass shooting, pandemic

N.S. sets up help lines for citizens struggling amid mass shooting, pandemic

The Nova Scotia government has activated a roster of psychologists to help address the mental health challenges facing the province's weary population.

P.E.I. government announces phased plan to ease public health restrictions

CHARLOTTETOWN — Prince Edward Island reported its first new case of COVID-19 in almost two weeks on Tuesday, while announcing the first phase of a plan to ease public health restrictions.
Models show first wave of COVID-19 subsiding in Newfoundland and Labrador

Models show first wave of COVID-19 subsiding in Newfoundland and Labrador

ST. JOHN'S, N.L. — Models show the first wave of COVID-19 in Newfoundland and Labrador is subsiding as officials look at developing more aggressive digital tracing methods in preparation for future outbreaks. Dr.
New Brunswick river levels on the rise, however flooding not expected

New Brunswick river levels on the rise, however flooding not expected

FREDERICTON — Emergency Measures officials in New Brunswick say water levels on the St. John River are expected to rise this week, but they should stay below flood levels.

Inmate at New Brunswick's Dorchester Penitentiary dies serving life sentence

DORCHESTER, N.B. — An inmate serving a life sentence has died in custody at Dorchester Penitentiary in New Brunswick. Correctional Service Canada says Gerald Cooke died on Friday of apparent natural causes following an illness.
N.S. mass murder shows the public theat of domestic violence, say experts

N.S. mass murder shows the public theat of domestic violence, say experts

Before blazing a trail of carnage across Nova Scotia, the man behind one of Canada's worst mass killings attacked his longtime girlfriend — a story domestic violence experts say is eerily familiar.
Nova Scotia Mountie saved lives by stopping mock police car: union

Nova Scotia Mountie saved lives by stopping mock police car: union

An RCMP constable's final — and fatal — decision removed a killer's most potent advantage, likely saving many lives, the president of the National Police Federation said Saturday.
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