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Université de Moncton to study call for new name shedding ties with British officer

Université de Moncton to study call for new name shedding ties with British officer

MONCTON, N.B.
Independent watchdog agency charges New Brunswick RCMP officer with assault

Independent watchdog agency charges New Brunswick RCMP officer with assault

MONCTON, N.B. — An RCMP officer in New Brunswick has been charged with assault causing bodily harm following an investigation by an independent police oversight agency. The Serious Incident Response Team issued a statement saying Const.
RCMP online exploitation probe leads to arrests of three Africans in New Brunswick

RCMP online exploitation probe leads to arrests of three Africans in New Brunswick

MONCTON, N.B. — Two men and a woman from western Africa are facing charges related to online exploitation after police in New Brunswick executed search warrants last week in Moncton and Dieppe.
Children at risk: New Brunswick inspectors shut down daycare facility

Children at risk: New Brunswick inspectors shut down daycare facility

SAINT JOHN, N.B. — Government inspectors in New Brunswick have shut down a child-care facility in Saint John, saying they found evidence that the 40 children being cared for were facing risks to their health and safety.
Killer Bourque's reduced sentence will cause families pain: N.B. attorney general

Killer Bourque's reduced sentence will cause families pain: N.B. attorney general

FREDERICTON — New Brunswick's attorney general says it is disappointing and regrettable that the parole ineligibility period for a man who murdered three Mounties in Moncton in 2014 has been reduced.
Thought of attending parole hearing 'heartbreaking': slain N.B. RCMP officer's wife

Thought of attending parole hearing 'heartbreaking': slain N.B. RCMP officer's wife

FREDERICTON — The wife of one of the New Brunswick RCMP officers murdered in 2014 says she is angry and discouraged after an Appeal Court reduced convicted killer Justin Bourque's parole eligibility. Nadine Larche's husband, Const.
Court reduces sentence for Moncton Mountie killer Justin Bourque

Court reduces sentence for Moncton Mountie killer Justin Bourque

FREDERICTON — New Brunswick's highest court says it had no choice but to reduce the sentence of Justin Bourque, the man who used a semi-automatic rifle to murder three Mounties in Moncton in 2014.
'Unfree labour': N.B. seafood foreign workers faced awful conditions, study says

'Unfree labour': N.B. seafood foreign workers faced awful conditions, study says

FREDERICTON — Temporary foreign workers in New Brunswick's seafood industry during the COVID-19 pandemic suffered gruelling and sometimes dangerous conditions, says a study by Dalhousie University.
Ex-Tory MP Bernard Valcourt pleads not guilty to obstructing, resisting police

Ex-Tory MP Bernard Valcourt pleads not guilty to obstructing, resisting police

EDMUNDSTON, N.B. — Former federal Conservative cabinet minister Bernard Valcourt has pleaded not guilty to obstructing and resisting police. Valcourt, 71, is accused of allegedly obstructing the work of two police officers on Oct. 4 in Edmundston, N.
First Nations in N.B. sign agreement with one forestry company named in title claim

First Nations in N.B. sign agreement with one forestry company named in title claim

FREDERICTON — Six Wolastoqey communities in New Brunswick have signed a memorandum of understanding with one of the companies named in a major lawsuit filed by the First Nations, who are seeking to reclaim title over large swaths of the province.
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