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Some members of the Supreme Court appear skeptical of removing interprovincial trade barriers in the so called beer case.Gerry Comeau of Tracadie was charged with buying cheaper beer in Quebec and...

Post date: December 07, 2017

The provincial government is moving ahead with changes to the Insurance Act to financially protect innocent co-insureds in the event of domestic violence and property damage.The changes would...

Post date: December 07, 2017

The Federal Fisheries Minister is remaining optimistic, despite being diagnosed with leukemia.Beausejour MP Dominic Leblanc spoke publicly yesterday, saying he was diagnosed back in April by doctors...

Post date: December 07, 2017

A bit of a dip in the gas prices across the province overnight.The maximum price dipped by 1.1 cents per litre with the weekly adjustment by the Energy and Utilities Board.Several stations in Moncton...

Post date: December 07, 2017

If you purchased a Lotto 649 ticket for last night's draw in Moncton, NB and you played the TAG feature,  you might want to check it.You could be the winner of $100, 000.Someone matched all...

Post date: December 07, 2017

Now that winter is here, New Brunswick's Emergency Measures Organization is encouraging residents to be prepared especially following the devastating ice storm earlier this year.#NBEMO pic....

Post date: December 06, 2017

A 36-year-old Kent County man is facing several charges related to child pornography.In Moncton court on Tuesday, Félix Richard of Saint-Louis-de-Kent was charged with making, possessing and...

Post date: December 06, 2017

The New Brunswick Government appeared before the Supreme Court to appeal the acquittal of Gerry Comeau who was charged after buying beer in Quebec and taking it back to New Brunswick.Comeau...

Post date: December 06, 2017

The federal fisheries minister has been diagnosed with leukemia.J’ai émis cette déclaration aujourd’hui. // I issued the following statement today. pic.twitter.com/4W3pZAst0X—...

Post date: December 06, 2017
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Commemorations being held today on the 100th anniversary of the Halifax Explosion...Many residents from Moncton assisted in the aftermath of this devastating event...and Resurgo Place has put...

Post date: December 06, 2017

A class action lawsuit against medical marijuana producer Organigram has now been expanded...The suit was filed in March alleging that the company used products containing pesticides that were...

Post date: December 06, 2017

Another production of a Christmas classic will be performed this weekend at the Capitol Theatre.The Nutcracker Ballet, will be performed by The Academy of Classical Ballet and Modern Dances....from...

Post date: December 06, 2017

It isn't common that we see double digit highs in December in Greater Moncton.Meteorologist Linda Libby tells us we're looking at forecasted highs of 10 degrees for today in Greater Moncton....

Post date: December 06, 2017

It was 28 years ago that a gunman who said he hated feminists shot and killed 14 women in an act of gender-based violence at the École Polytechnique in what is known as the Montreal Massacre.Dr....

Post date: December 06, 2017

To help combat the growing use of opiods such as fentanyl, the province will be distributing 2,500 naloxone kits through organizations including AIDS Moncton and its needle exchange program.Naloxone...

Post date: December 05, 2017

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