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NB Power cuts ties with private instructor for driving truck into federal picketers

NB Power cuts ties with private instructor for driving truck into federal picketers

OROMOCTO, N.B. — New Brunswick's Crown energy corporation has cut ties with a private instructor after a video surfaced showing a heavy NB Power truck driving into a group of federal public service picketers and pushing one down the street.
RCMP investigating after NB Power truck drives into federal public service picket

RCMP investigating after NB Power truck drives into federal public service picket

FREDERICTON — The RCMP in New Brunswick say they are investigating after an NB Power truck was filmed driving slowly into a striking federal worker to move him off the road. RCMP spokesman Cpl.
New Brunswick government has 'no intention' of changing Saint John River name

New Brunswick government has 'no intention' of changing Saint John River name

FREDERICTON — The New Brunswick government says it does not intend to change the name of the Saint John River back to its original Indigenous name.
'Broken system:' Policing shortages facing N.B. communities highlight national issue

'Broken system:' Policing shortages facing N.B. communities highlight national issue

FREDERICTON — Some New Brunswick communities are being forced to find creative solutions to law enforcement because of RCMP policing shortages, a phenomenon experts say is symbolic of what much of small-town Canada is experiencing.
New Brunswick premier says weak Tory results in byelections reveal linguistic divide

New Brunswick premier says weak Tory results in byelections reveal linguistic divide

FREDERICTON — New Brunswick Premier Blaine Higgs says his party's poor performance in Monday's three byelections is a sign of a deepening political divide along linguistic lines in the province.
New Brunswick Liberal leader Holt wins byelection, gets legislature seat

New Brunswick Liberal leader Holt wins byelection, gets legislature seat

FREDERICTON — New Brunswick Liberal Leader Susan Holt has been elected to the legislature for the first time, winning a riding in the province's northeast considered safe for her party.
One of the last of his generation, Second World War vet in New Brunswick dies

One of the last of his generation, Second World War vet in New Brunswick dies

FREDERICTON — Angus Hamilton, who served as a radar technician in Southeast Asia during the Second World War and returned home to a successful career in the civil service and academia, has died in Fredericton at the age of 100. Born in Listowel, Ont.
Discredited Mary Ellen Turpel-Lafond voluntarily returns another honorary degree

Discredited Mary Ellen Turpel-Lafond voluntarily returns another honorary degree

FREDERICTON — Former judge and law professor Mary Ellen Turpel-Lafond, whose claims of Indigenous ancestry have been discredited, has returned another honorary degree. A statement from Kim Fenwick, the acting president and vice-chancellor of St.
New Brunswick residents told to avoid boating, kayaking along lower Saint John River

New Brunswick residents told to avoid boating, kayaking along lower Saint John River

FREDERICTON — New Brunswick River Watch officials say some areas around the lower Saint John River are expected to see a decrease in water levels over the weekend.

QMJHL: Mooseheads shut out Wildcats 3-0 to take 3-1 series lead

MONCTON, N.B. — Mathis Rousseau delivered a 25-save shutout and the Halifax Mooseheads took a commanding 3-1 series lead with a 3-0 win over the Moncton Wildcats on Thursday.
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