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Man charged in 2018 Fredericton murders listed people he believed to be demons

Man charged in 2018 Fredericton murders listed people he believed to be demons

FREDERICTON — The trial of the man accused of four murders in Fredericton in 2018 has been told he spent much of the year before the shootings trying to identify "demons.
Board to hear case of Halifax man alleging racism in arrest while making call in park

Board to hear case of Halifax man alleging racism in arrest while making call in park

HALIFAX, United Kingdom — The Nova Scotia Police Review Board is allowing a case of alleged racial profiling to proceed after lawyers for two Halifax officers sought to have it ended on procedural grounds.
Churchill Falls dam: Labrador Innu seek $4 billion in compensation from Hydro-Quebec

Churchill Falls dam: Labrador Innu seek $4 billion in compensation from Hydro-Quebec

ST. JOHN'S, N.L. — The Innu Nation of Labrador has filed a lawsuit against Hydro-Quebec seeking $4 billion in compensation for the ecological and cultural damage caused by the damming of the upper Churchill River in the early 1970s.
N.B. reports two new cases in Moncton special-care home

N.B. reports two new cases in Moncton special-care home

FREDERICTON — New Brunswick has reported an outbreak of two new cases of COVID-19 in a special-care home in Moncton, the second outbreak in a long-term care facility in the province since the pandemic began.
Discussions about N.L. oil refinery future ongoing: Premier

Discussions about N.L. oil refinery future ongoing: Premier

ST. JOHN'S, N.L. — Newfoundland and Labrador Premier Andrew Furey says discussions about the future of an oil refinery in Come By Chance, N.L., are ongoing.
New Brunswick First Nations file lawsuit to seek declaration of Aboriginal title

New Brunswick First Nations file lawsuit to seek declaration of Aboriginal title

FREDERICTON — Six First Nations in New Brunswick have filed a lawsuit seeking a declaration of title for their traditional lands, which include much of the western half of the province. Leaders from the Wolastoqey Nation gathered Monday at St.
RCMP analyst testifies N.B. shooting accused had videos about conspiracies, demons

RCMP analyst testifies N.B. shooting accused had videos about conspiracies, demons

FREDERICTON — An RCMP computer expert says the man accused of murdering four people in Fredericton two years ago had videos on his computer from a conspiracy theory website that included information on how to identify demons. Cpl.
COVID-19 not primary cause of death of man in Newfoundland and Labrador: minister

COVID-19 not primary cause of death of man in Newfoundland and Labrador: minister

ST. JOHN'S, N.L. — The recent death of a man who travelled to Newfoundland and Labrador from Central Africa was not primarily due to COVID-19, Health Minister John Haggie said Monday.
New Brunswick reports two new travel-related cases of COVID-19, has five active cases

New Brunswick reports two new travel-related cases of COVID-19, has five active cases

FREDERICTON — New Brunswick is reporting two new travel-related COVID-19 infections today, bringing the total number of active cases in the province to five. One case involves a person between 20 and 29 years old in the Moncton, N.B.
Third trial set for N.L. cop accused of sexual assault, jury selection in March

Third trial set for N.L. cop accused of sexual assault, jury selection in March

ST. JOHN'S, N.L. — A Newfoundland and Labrador police officer charged with sexual assault will be heading to court for a third time.
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