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River watch officials keep an eye on flood levels in New Brunswick as snow melts

River watch officials keep an eye on flood levels in New Brunswick as snow melts

FREDERICTON — New Brunswick’s River Watch officials say melting snow in the northwest of the province has a clear path downstream after the ice cover broke up without creating an ice jam.
Université de Moncton to review name change to remove ties to British officer

Université de Moncton to review name change to remove ties to British officer

MONCTON, N.B. — Canada's largest French-language university outside of Quebec has launched a process to review the school's connection to a British military figure involved in the deportation of Acadians.
Jackie Vautour's family discussing next steps after belongings boxed from N.B. park

Jackie Vautour's family discussing next steps after belongings boxed from N.B. park

FREDERICTON — After Edmond Vautour took in the sight of what was once his family home, he said he was at a loss for words to describe the scene.
Giant sandpiper statue finds permanent perch in New Brunswick village

Giant sandpiper statue finds permanent perch in New Brunswick village

FREDERICTON — A supersize statue of a sandpiper has found a permanent roost in a New Brunswick village, but officials are warning the structure comes with a "significant level of risk.

QMJHL playoffs: Wildcats eliminate Drakkar 5-4 in Game 7 OT

MONCTON, N.B. — Maxim Barbashev's goal at 14:53 of overtime lifted the Moncton Wildcats to a 5-4 victory over the visiting Baie-Comeau Drakkar in Game 7 of their first-round Quebec Major Junior Hockey League playoff series on Tuesday night.
Jackie Vautour's family's belongings boxed up from Kouchibouguac National Park

Jackie Vautour's family's belongings boxed up from Kouchibouguac National Park

FREDERICTON — The personal belongings of the family of a man who laid claim to land in New Brunswick's Kouchibouguac National Park are being removed, says Parks Canada.
N.B. tourism approaching pre-pandemic levels as rental car industry still struggling

N.B. tourism approaching pre-pandemic levels as rental car industry still struggling

FREDERICTON — Tourism in New Brunswick last year approached pre-pandemic levels, but the province's rental car industry struggled, a new study by Statistics Canada says.

QMJHL playoffs: Drakkar force Game 7 with 4-3 OT win in Moncton

MONCTON, N.B. — Matyas Melovsky might be able to tell you a thing or two about emotional roller-coasters in a hockey game.

New Brunswick man dead after snowmobile crash on Saturday evening

KEDGWICK RIVER, N.B. — Police say a 64-year-old man has died following a single-snowmobile crash in northern New Brunswick.
Giant sandpiper statue returns to its roost in tiny New Brunswick village

Giant sandpiper statue returns to its roost in tiny New Brunswick village

FREDERICTON — A giant bird sculpture that once presided over a small New Brunswick village is back on its perch, and the former deputy mayor says the avian avatar looks happy to be home.
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