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Fredericton council defers decision on drive-thru changes at busy Tim Hortons

Fredericton council defers decision on drive-thru changes at busy Tim Hortons

Fredericton city council voted Monday night to hold off on spending $40,000 on roadway changes to redirect motorists clogging traffic near a busy Tim Hortons.
One year after election win, New Brunswick Tories lay out priorities

One year after election win, New Brunswick Tories lay out priorities

FREDERICTON — A year to the day after squeaking out a narrow victory in New Brunswick's provincial election, Premier Blaine Higgs says being in a minority government is no excuse for inaction.
Innu Nation seeks identity of second voice on 'race card' recording

Innu Nation seeks identity of second voice on 'race card' recording

ST. JOHN'S, N.L. — The Innu Nation is pressing Newfoundland and Labrador's government to identify the second speaker on a voice mail in which a provincial environment minister is heard saying the Innu are prone to playing "the race card.

QMJHL Roundup: Kalmikov leads Eagles in 6-3 win over Titan

BATHURST, N.B. — Brooklyn Kalmikov scored two goals and set up another to lead the Cape Breton Eagles to a 6-3 victory over the Acadie-Bathurst Titan on Saturday in Quebec Major Junior Hockey League action.
Second abortion-related film to be shown at high school theatre in New Brunswick

Second abortion-related film to be shown at high school theatre in New Brunswick

SAINT JOHN, N.B. — A month after the showing of a controversial anti-abortion film at a high school theatre in New Brunswick, opponents of that film are screening a documentary on access to abortions at the same school Saturday night.

Kenney tells business audience Alberta will drop more trade barriers

SAINT JOHN, N.B. — Alberta Premier Jason Kenney says his government is eliminating more of exemptions to a free-trade agreement between provinces. Kenney announced during a speech to the Canadian Chamber of Commerce in Saint John, N.B.

QMJHL: Elliot Desnoyers has overtime winner as Wildcats edge Islanders 3-2

CHARLOTTETOWN — Elliot Desnoyers scored 3:23 into overtime as the Moncton Wildcats edged the Charlottetown Islanders 3-2 on Friday in Quebec Major Junior Hockey League action.
Fredericton latest Canadian city to grapple with drive-thru woes

Fredericton latest Canadian city to grapple with drive-thru woes

The City of Fredericton will spend $40,000 to direct motorists around a busy Tim Hortons in the latest move by a Canadian municipality to curb traffic headaches and other concerns caused by restaurant drive-thrus.

Wood cutters in area of Newfoundland asked to stop after social media threats

ST. JOHN'S, N.L. — Wood harvesters have been asked to stop cutting in Newfoundland's Southwest River Valley after the Department of Fisheries and Land Resources was made aware of alleged physical threats against them over social media.

N.L. teen found guilty of extortion, threatening to shoot up school

ST. JOHN'S, N.L. — A Newfoundland teenager has been convicted of extortion and uttering a threat after he told a fellow high school student he would bring an AK-47 to school and shoot people if he was not paid for a damaged vaping device.
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