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Moncton City Council is sending a letter in support of legislative changes to make riding safer for cyclists.Members of the local cycling community were at last night's meeting wearing helmets,...

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Prime Minister Justin Trudeau continues to be very popular in Atlantic Canada despite a few recent controversies.According to a recent poll by Corporate Research Associates, Liberal Justin Trudeau...

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The Red Cross is helping out a family in Sackville following a house fire over the weekend.A man was treated for smoke inhalation after trying to douse a fire in the basement of a home at 75 Hesler...

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Researchers and students will be working on various cyber threats at the newly formed Canadian Institute for Cybersecurity at the University of New Brunswick's Fredericton campus.IBM Security...

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One person arrested, and tens of thousands of cigarettes seized after police searched a home in Smiths Creek, near Sussex.On Friday, officers found two firearms, cash, and 40,000 illegal cigarettes.(...

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A presentation will be made to Moncton City Council tonight from a group looking for support for Ellen's Law.The One Metre for Ellen Law was created after the tragic death of well know cyclist...

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The Magnetic Hill Zoo is now closed for a few months and will reopen in the spring.But their hope is to have more little additions for 2017.Last year, the big attraction was the tiger cubs, and...

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The New Brunswick economy has been improving over the last couple of year and appears to be on the right track. That conclusion has been reached by Pierre Cleroux, Chief Economist with the Business...

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A boil water advisory has been issued by the Department of Health for the Town of Bouctouche for users on the south side of the Bouctouche River.Roads affected by this boil order include Acadie Rd,...

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Moncton City Council meets tonight, and they will hear from a group who are looking to see changes to New Brunswick's cycling laws.They've introduced what they are calling a One Metre Law for...

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Business has been booming for the Kini Wellness Centre, since it opened in Moncton last month.It is home to the first floatation spa in New Brunswick.Owner Cindy O'Donnell says clients enter a...

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Eight men own the same wealth as the 3.6 billion people who make up the poorest half of humanity, according to a new report from Oxfam as political and business leaders meet in Davos.Oxfam’s...

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Damage was kept to a minimum after a fire in a well known party supplies shop in Moncton.Firefighters were called to Lloyd's on Mountain Road on Saturday night.It's believed the fire started...

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Late Buses for Monday, January 16, 2017Anglophone EastBus number A133 (Evergreen Park/Bernice MacNaughton) driven by Sheila Furlong is running 30 minutes late.Bus number A161 (Lou MacNarin/Moncton...

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Prime Minister Trudeau will be holding a town hall meeting in Fredericton tomorrow morning at 9:00.He has held town halls in Ontario and been pressed on the carbon tax and what sort of effect that...

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