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"This is a disappointment."
Want a job in an affordable housing market? Try a government town.
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A 69-year-old man has pleaded guilty to three charges.
The incident was caught on surveillance cameras.
Elsie Wayne was Saint John's first female mayor in 1983.
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The Nature Conservancy of Canada says it is bringing the Google Trekker to more than a dozen of its flagship sites across the country.
Over 250 of 915 passengers on the Balmoral had reported being ill as of late Monday.
A Saint John transgender woman is preparing to file a complaint to the New Brunswick Human Rights Commission to change the gender on her birth certificate and driver licence from male to female. Glor...
SAINT JOHN, N.B. - A coroner's inquest jury looking into the death of a psychiatric patient at a hospital in New Brunswick heard instructions Monday from coroner John Evans.The five-member jury is bei...
SAINT JOHN, N.B. - The City of Saint John, N.B., declared a state of emergency Tuesday after the third storm in less than a week pummelled the port city overnight and left its streets choked with snow...
It wreaks its usual havoc, fog does. Commutes are complicated; flights are delayed; things get wet. So surprisingly wet. But many of us are delighted, for with the fog, comes the foghorn. The foghorn! The low, baying sound of a Vancouver from an earlier time is back. And with it, so many of our childhood memories.
Thousands of New Brunswickers face the prospect of Christmas without power as N.B. Power crews scramble to repair a battered electricity grid in the southern part of the province. Back-to-back storm s...
There seems to be a prevalent trend in media and political commentary about New Brunswick; that our province is falling behind, in decline. There are no doubt serious challenges facing New Brunswick, including recent unemployment numbers that are the highest in the country, and a recent increase in outmigration rates.However, it is not all bad news.
SAINT JOHN, N.B. - Donnie Snook, a former municipal politician and youth worker in New Brunswick, said Friday he can't explain why, as a victim of child sex abuse himself, he sexually assaulted and ma...