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Man and woman killed in single-vehicle crash in northeastern New Brunswick

Man and woman killed in single-vehicle crash in northeastern New Brunswick

PONT-LANDRY, N.B. — A single-vehicle crash earlier today in northeastern New Brunswick has claimed the lives of a young man and woman. The RCMP say a 27-year-old man and a 21-year-old woman, both from Tracadie, N.B., were killed around 3:20 a.m.
U.S. agents arrest 13 from Mexico and Vietnam trying to enter U.S. from New Brunswick

U.S. agents arrest 13 from Mexico and Vietnam trying to enter U.S. from New Brunswick

HOULTON, Maine — Border Patrol agents in Maine recently arrested 13 foreign nationals — seven adults from Mexico and six from Vietnam — for illegally entering the United States from two locations in western New Brunswick, U.S. officials say. The U.S.
Vinyl fans eager for first pick at 98-year-old Newfoundland radio station's sale

Vinyl fans eager for first pick at 98-year-old Newfoundland radio station's sale

ST. JOHN'S, N.L. — Record collectors in Newfoundland will have a chance Saturday to paw through selections from the vast vinyl library belonging to 98-year-old radio station VOWR.
Floodlights shining into homes of quiet Newfoundland neighbourhood suddenly shut off

Floodlights shining into homes of quiet Newfoundland neighbourhood suddenly shut off

ST. JOHN'S, N.L. — Residents of a historic fishing neighbourhood in St. John's are cautiously relieved after a pair of floodlights that had been shining into homes since last May suddenly shut off.
Milk prices in New Brunswick set to increase four cents per litre starting Feb. 1

Milk prices in New Brunswick set to increase four cents per litre starting Feb. 1

FREDERICTON — Milk prices in New Brunswick are set to increase by four cents per litre starting Wednesday.
Atlantic Canada needs health-care funding based on need, not population: Green Party

Atlantic Canada needs health-care funding based on need, not population: Green Party

FREDERICTON — The Green Party is calling on the federal government to fund health care in Atlantic Canada in keeping with the needs of residents, not based on the share of the region's population.
Quebec speaks out about New Brunswick's 'very worrying' French immersion reforms

Quebec speaks out about New Brunswick's 'very worrying' French immersion reforms

LAVAL, Que. — The Quebec government says it is worried about the future of the French language in New Brunswick and is looking at what actions it can take.
Doctor shortage driving people away from Newfoundland town known for growth

Doctor shortage driving people away from Newfoundland town known for growth

ST. JOHN'S, N.L. — A doctor shortage is threatening to undo years of work turning the Newfoundland town of Bonavista into an internationally lauded example of rural growth and development, the community’s mayor says.
N.B. health workers launch abortion care network on Morgentaler anniversary

N.B. health workers launch abortion care network on Morgentaler anniversary

FREDERICTON — Health-care providers in New Brunswick are launching a new abortion services network ahead of Saturday's 35th anniversary of the Supreme Court's Morgentaler decision.
Chorus of criticism against N.B.'s proposed reform to French immersion school program

Chorus of criticism against N.B.'s proposed reform to French immersion school program

FREDERICTON — Teachers and parents gathered in Fredericton to make their voices heard opposing the New Brunswick government's plan to reform the French immersion program in schools by the fall.
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