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Fredericton buses to run after cancellation for queen's funeral draws public outcry

Fredericton buses to run after cancellation for queen's funeral draws public outcry

Fredericton's transit agency has reversed a decision to cancel its bus services on Monday in recognition of the queen’s funeral.
15 patients in N.L. require followup as review of thousands of mammograms continues

15 patients in N.L. require followup as review of thousands of mammograms continues

ST. JOHN'S, N.L. — Health officials in Newfoundland and Labrador have identified 15 patients needing further consultation, as a review of thousands of mammograms viewed on incorrect monitors continues across the province.
Ottawa announces $250 million in home heating help, with eye on Atlantic Canada

Ottawa announces $250 million in home heating help, with eye on Atlantic Canada

OTTAWA — Federal Environment Minister Steven Guilbeault today announced up to $250 million over four years to help Canadians with home heating, with nearly half the money targeted for Atlantic Canada.
'You're on your own:' Working parents scrambling after schools closed to honour Queen

'You're on your own:' Working parents scrambling after schools closed to honour Queen

Workers are scrambling to find last-minute child care across much of Canada after governments announced the sudden closure of schools to mourn Queen Elizabeth.
Newfoundland and Labrador launches COVID vaccination campaign as people move indoors

Newfoundland and Labrador launches COVID vaccination campaign as people move indoors

ST. JOHN'S, N.L. — Newfoundland and Labrador is launching a COVID-19 vaccination campaign urging everyone aged five and older to get another shot. Dr.
Retailers in P.E.I. told they can remain open on day of Queen Elizabeth's funeral

Retailers in P.E.I. told they can remain open on day of Queen Elizabeth's funeral

CHARLOTTETOWN — Retailers in Prince Edward Island say they have received assurances they will be allowed to remain open Monday after the provincial government declared a statutory holiday to coincide with Queen Elizabeth’s funeral.
Feds to announce details of cost-of-living help for low, modest-income Canadians

Feds to announce details of cost-of-living help for low, modest-income Canadians

SAINT ANDREWS, N.B. — Liberal cabinet ministers said Tuesday the federal government is listening to Canadians who are struggling under the weight of inflation and offering targeted aid for those who need it the most.
Trudeau says unacceptable that New Brunswick hospital turned away rape victim

Trudeau says unacceptable that New Brunswick hospital turned away rape victim

SAINT ANDREWS, N.B. — Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said Tuesday it is "horrific" that a rape victim in New Brunswick was turned away from a Fredericton hospital after she sought a forensic exam. Speaking to reporters in St. Andrews, N.B.
COVID-19 harmed literacy development of younger N.B. students: minister

COVID-19 harmed literacy development of younger N.B. students: minister

FREDERICTON — New Brunswick's Department of Education says mental wellness remains a concern as students return to class after two years of disruptions due to the pandemic.
Justin Trudeau on the attack against Pierre Poilievre's 'irresponsible' politics

Justin Trudeau on the attack against Pierre Poilievre's 'irresponsible' politics

SAINT ANDREWS, N.B. — Canada needs responsible leadership, not dog-whistle and irresponsible politics, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said Monday in a direct attack on new Conservative Leader Pierre Poilievre.
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