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The Dieppe Fire Department and Codiac RCMP are investigating a fire on Lakeburn Avenue this morning as suspicious.Dieppe Fire District Chief Marc Cormier says they received a call about a vehicle on...

Post date: December 02, 2017

Today is National Impaired Driving Enforcement Day, and the provincial RCMP will be conducting checkstops across the province.Last year, RCMP in New Brunswick investigated 58 collisions resulting in...

Post date: December 02, 2017

St. Stephen RCMP are on the lookout for a missing teenager from Harvey.Police say 15 year old Shawna Blair was reported missing to them on November 30th.Her family did have some communication through...

Post date: December 02, 2017

The national unemployment rate has dropped to its lowest rate in almost a decade according to Stats Canada.In November, it went down 0.4-percent to 5.9-percent, the lowest rate since February 2008....

Post date: December 01, 2017

An extraordinary, tremendous and unbelievable event...Those are just a few words to describe this week's fundraiser for Moncton Headstart according to its executive director Mary O'Donnell....

Post date: December 01, 2017

It's now December and 'tis the season for Christmas shopping in earnest...But what are Canadians expected to buy as gifts this year?Moneris spokesperson Malcolm Fowler breaks down the top...

Post date: December 01, 2017

Moncton based PropertyGuys.com is expanding with financial help of the provincial government.Finance Minister Cathy Rogers was on hand today (yesterday) to make the announcement of 30 jobs over four...

Post date: December 01, 2017

A study of second hand exposure to marijuana smoke done by the University of Calgary has confirmed what a Johns Hopkins School of Medicine study concluded a couple of years ago about the effect.The...

Post date: December 01, 2017

The climate is always changing but is doing so more rapidly because of carbon dioxide emissions being spewed into the atmosphere. That message was delivered to a Senate committee examining the...

Post date: December 01, 2017

A crater in Canada's far north that has remained unexplored in half a century is going to be visited and studied by a University of New Brunswick graduate student.Maree McGregor is a native of...

Post date: December 01, 2017

Across Canada, more than 65,000 people are living with HIV and New Brunswick currently has about 400 reported cases.AIDS Moncton wants to create more awareness about HIV and World AIDS Day which is...

Post date: December 01, 2017

Today is December 1st and that means the City of Moncton's overnight winter parking restrictions begin at midnight.From now until April 15th, parking a vehicle on any Moncton street is not...

Post date: December 01, 2017

The provincial government will be working with Ottawa when it comes to litigation over what they both consider unfair duties by the U.S. government on softwood lumber exports from Canada. Your...

Post date: November 30, 2017

Both the Crown and Defence have made their final submissions to Judge Leslie Jackson in the RCMP's trial over Canada Labour Code violations in relation to the June 4th 2014 shootings.Crown lawyer...

Post date: November 30, 2017

Southeast RCMP are asking for help to find 34-year-old Stephen Cyr, of no fixed address, who is wanted for missing a court appearance earlier this month.On Wednesday, Mounties approached a vehicle in...

Post date: November 30, 2017

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