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One man dead and another injured in crash in northwest New Brunswick

DRUMMOND, N.B. — One man is dead and another has been seriously injured, following a single-vehicle crash in the northwest New Brunswick. RCMP say the accident happened on the Desjardins Road in Drummond around 10:30 p.m. Thursday.

Canadian Coast Guard's first new icebreaker welcomed to fleet in St. John's

ST. JOHN'S, N.L. — The first new Canadian Coast Guard icebreaker in 25 years, named after a female sea pioneer, was officially dedicated to the fleet on Thursday. Fisheries Minister Jonathan Wilkinson and Governor General Julie Payette were in St.

Newfoundland and Labrador minority Liberal government swears in cabinet

ST. JOHN'S, N.L. — Newfoundland and Labrador Premier Dwight Ball was officially sworn in again Thursday, with a slate of familiar faces stepping back into the cabinet roles they held before last month's provincial election.
Views of New Brunswick professor draw growing concerns from faculty members

Views of New Brunswick professor draw growing concerns from faculty members

FREDERICTON — More than 100 faculty members at the University of New Brunswick have signed a letter denouncing one of their colleagues for promoting what they say are racist arguments about immigration.

J.D. Irving inks trail agreement with New Brunswick ATV riders group

SAINT JOHN, N.B. — New Brunswick-based J.D. Irving Ltd., says it has signed an agreement that will allow access to more than 800 kilometres of company-owned trails and woodlands by all-terrain vehicle users in the province.

Group says Atlantic salmon catch hits all-time low

ST. ANDREWS, N.B. — A group that advocates for the conservation of Atlantic salmon says the North American catch has hit an all-time low, and signs are mixed about the salmon population's health.

Health officials announce two more confirmed cases of measles in New Brunswick

FREDERICTON — The number of people infected with the measles virus in New Brunswick continues to increase — and is now at 11.

Mitchell mulls whether to step down as leader after abortion controversy

CHARLOTTETOWN — The interim Liberal leader on Prince Edward Island says he'll take time before deciding whether to step down after wading into a controversy over abortion.

Two men dead after fishing boats collided near Beach Point, P.E.I.

The boats collided off the coast of Beach Point
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