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Hospitalization numbers for COVID-19 continue to rise in New Brunswick

Hospitalization numbers for COVID-19 continue to rise in New Brunswick

FREDERICTON — New Brunswick's chief medical officer of health says that while hospitalizations continue to rise, they are below original projections, which indicates people have responded to the call to reduce their contacts. Dr.
K-12 students in N.L. are back in school after three weeks of learning from home

K-12 students in N.L. are back in school after three weeks of learning from home

ST. JOHN'S, N.L. — Newfoundland and Labrador students in kindergarten through Grade 12 packed their book bags and headed to school this morning for the first time since the holiday break began in December.
Parks Canada tells family fighting expropriation to leave N.B. park by end of March

Parks Canada tells family fighting expropriation to leave N.B. park by end of March

FREDERICTON — Parks Canada is renewing efforts to get family members of the late Jackie Vautour to end their fight to remain within New Brunswick's Kouchibouguac National Park.
New Brunswick RCMP say missing six-year-old boy subject of Amber Alert found safe

New Brunswick RCMP say missing six-year-old boy subject of Amber Alert found safe

FREDERICTON — The RCMP say a six-year-old boy who went missing in New Brunswick early Tuesday and became the subject of an Amber Alert has been found safe.
New Brunswick boy subject of Amber Alert found safe <b>(update)</b>

New Brunswick boy subject of Amber Alert found safe (update)

A 33-year-old woman has been taken into police custody
COVID-19: New Brunswick schools to reopen to in-person learning next Monday

COVID-19: New Brunswick schools to reopen to in-person learning next Monday

FREDERICTON — Barring any advice to the contrary from public health officials, schoolchildren will return to in-class learning on Jan. 31, New Brunswick's education minister said Monday.
17 cases of COVID-19 in St. John's homeless shelter, hospitalizations reach new high

17 cases of COVID-19 in St. John's homeless shelter, hospitalizations reach new high

ST. JOHN'S, N.L. — The head of a St. John's shelter for people experiencing homelessness says there are 17 cases of COVID-19 among the facility's guests.
NB Power seeks unprecedented 25-year licence for Point Lepreau nuclear power station

NB Power seeks unprecedented 25-year licence for Point Lepreau nuclear power station

FREDERICTON — The licence for Atlantic Canada's only nuclear power generating station expires in June, and the New Brunswick Crown corporation that operates the aging CANDU-6 reactor is seeking to renew it for an unprecedented 25-year term.
Prince Edward Island logs 209 new COVID-19 cases, one virus-related death

Prince Edward Island logs 209 new COVID-19 cases, one virus-related death

Prince Edward Island's chief medical officer confirmed today that another Islander has died as a result of COVID-19. Dr. Heather Morrison issued a statement saying the individual was in their 80s.
Two men arrested at COVID-19 protest that attracted 400 to downtown Fredericton

Two men arrested at COVID-19 protest that attracted 400 to downtown Fredericton

FREDERICTON — Two men are facing criminal charges after a protest against COVID-19 restrictions turned ugly outside Fredericton City Hall.
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