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Snow crab fishing delayed in Gulf of St. Lawrence due to COVID-19 concerns

Snow crab fishing delayed in Gulf of St. Lawrence due to COVID-19 concerns

The federal government has delayed snow crab fishing season in the Gulf of St. Lawrence due to concerns over spreading COVID-19.
RCMP in New Brunswick announce arrests of four men in biker gang probe

RCMP in New Brunswick announce arrests of four men in biker gang probe

FREDERICTON — RCMP in New Brunswick say they've arrested four men as part of an ongoing probe of outlaw biker gangs in the province. The police force says in a statement that the four arrests were made between Feb.
N.L. officials warn of COVID-19 risks with aging population, chronic conditions

N.L. officials warn of COVID-19 risks with aging population, chronic conditions

ST. JOHN'S, N.L. — Early data suggests Newfoundland and Labrador has so far been successful in curtailing the spread of COVID-19, but officials are warning the province's aging population creates particular risks.

New model projects between 550 and 1,750 COVID-19 deaths in New Brunswick

FREDERICTON — Models projecting the impact of COVID-19 in New Brunswick estimate there could be between 550 and 1,750 deaths in the province over the full course of the pandemic, depending on the public's level of compliance with provincial health or
New Brunswickers warned that snow and rain in forecast could result in flooding

New Brunswickers warned that snow and rain in forecast could result in flooding

FREDERICTON — People along the St. John River in New Brunswick are being advised to remain vigilant over the coming days as expected snow, rain and possible ice movement raise the risk of flooding.
New Brunswick man facing 43 charges after weapons and drugs seized

New Brunswick man facing 43 charges after weapons and drugs seized

DIEPPE, N.B. — A New Brunswick man is facing 43 charges following an incident that led police to seize multiple firearms and drugs.
Virtual choir brings N.L. students together in song, with cameo from Trudeau

Virtual choir brings N.L. students together in song, with cameo from Trudeau

ST. JOHN'S, N.L. — A "virtual choir" has brought students across Newfoundland and Labrador, along with professional musicians and politicians, together in song during the COVID-19 pandemic.
N.L. COVID-19 projections forecast July ICU crunch, November caseload peak

N.L. COVID-19 projections forecast July ICU crunch, November caseload peak

ST. JOHN'S, N.L.
COVID-19 surge coming to Newfoundland and Labrador: health officials

COVID-19 surge coming to Newfoundland and Labrador: health officials

Newfoundland and Labrador's health minister is warning of a coming surge in COVID-19 cases. John Haggie said Tuesday he would reveal the province's projections on Wednesday.

New Brunswick denies request for judge-alone hearing for Matthew Raymond

FREDERICTON — A Fredericton judge has rejected a request for constitutional relief so that a fitness hearing for a man accused of four counts of first-degree murder can be heard by judge alone.
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