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Flu shots are already available at a number of locations in Greater Moncton, and medical officials are recommending that you get one.Flu season usually runs from around the beginning of November to...

Post date: October 10, 2017

A 55 year old man from Saint John has been killed in a crash on the TransCanada Highway in Waasis.RCMP say the crash happened on Saturday night, when a transport truck collided with a vehicle that...

Post date: October 10, 2017

The interview Senator Bob Corker gave the New York Times has caused reverberations around the world because of his position.Corker, a Republican, chairs the U.S. Senate Foreign Relations Committee...

Post date: October 10, 2017

With the humidity we've had recently, it certainly doesn't feel like Christmas is just over two months away.But work is underway for this years Royale Greater Moncton Santa Claus parade.It...

Post date: October 10, 2017

Federal Finance Minister Bill Morneau concedes changes are coming to the controversial tax proposals and promises more clarity to small business owners who have been so vocal in their opposition....

Post date: October 10, 2017

The theme of this year's Fire Prevention Week in New Brunswick is "Every Second Counts - Plan 2 Ways Out."Provincial Fire Marshal Douglas Browne says home escape planning is critical to...

Post date: October 09, 2017

Post-Secondary Education Minister Roger Melanson is defending the decision to provide international students with Medicare as an investment.He adds with many other provinces offering this type of...

Post date: October 09, 2017

Universities in Atlantic Canada are taking the mental health of their students very seriously.Dr. Elizabeth Cawley has been hired by the Association of Atlantic Universities as a Mental Health...

Post date: October 09, 2017

With Thanksgiving being a holiday, many retail businesses are closed in New Brunswick today according to the Retail Council of Canada.That means Sobey's, Superstore, and Costco are all closed...

Post date: October 09, 2017

In this weeks show...the final nail in the coffin for an energy project that once brought great hope to the region...and legalizing marijuana will be tricky for employers.

Post date: October 08, 2017

New Brunswickers are being asked to keep an eye out for a 27-year old man wanted on a Canada wide warrant.Police say Issac Moffat-Swasson of Listuguj First Nation in Quebec is unlawfully at large and...

Post date: October 08, 2017

Supporters and friends came to the Saint John airport to welcome Wayne Long home after a difficult week. Our local MP Long will be arriving home this afternoon after a tough week in Ottawa....

Post date: October 06, 2017

A publication which has been around for 226 years obviously has enduring appeal which is why the Old Farmer's Almanac seems to stand the test of time.The 2018 edition features articles on such...

Post date: October 06, 2017

What are you doing to our business community?That question is coming from the Greater Moncton Chamber of Commerce as it tries to understand the biggest federal tax change in more than a generation....

Post date: October 06, 2017

Two men have been charged in connection with stolen ATM's.RCMP say the arrests were made following a string of break and enters in Southeast New Brunswick over the summer.Mounties carried out a...

Post date: October 06, 2017

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