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UNB prof seeks to level the playing field in video games...

A computer science professor at the University of New Brunswick is trying to strengthen the bonds between parents and children by studying modifications used...

Bell says CRTC promise of free phone unlocking doesn't apply to...

Canadians were supposed to be freed from cellphone unlocking fees come Dec. 1, but some with a Bell-locked phone have found they've had to...

Bail for convicted toddler killer a possible 1st for New Brunswick

In what is believed to be a first for New Brunswick, a man convicted of second-degree murder in the death of a toddler has been...

People forced from homes in freezing temperatures with 24 hours notice

Some people left quietly piling bags into arriving cars, others were angry, yelling at police and members of the fire department as they tried...

Moncton to bid for 2019 Memorial Cup

The Moncton Wildcats are hoping to score their second Memorial Cup in club history, the organization announced. The club made public its intention to...

Confederation Bridge tolls rise to $47 for cars

It will be a bit more expensive to leave P.E.I. in the new year, with tolls for the Confederation Bridge set to rise Jan....

Despite federal doubts, Brian Gallant unwavering — for now — on...

Premier Brian Gallant is rejecting criticism from his federal Liberal allies that his plan for a New Brunswick carbon tax doesn't go far enough.And...

Fredericton chief recognized for tackling 'unfounded' sexual assault cases

Fredericton Police Chief Leanne Fitch says the proportion of sexual cases deemed "unfounded" dropped to 10.87 per cent from 16 per cent after a review...

U.S. man accused in Mountie's death will have to come to...

A 31-year-old Pennsylvania man will have to come to Canada to be sentenced for his part in the crash that killed an RCMP officer in September,...

Cathy Rogers defends province's planning for its pot business

Listen to the full CBC New Brunswick Political Panel podcast by downloading from the CBC Podcast page or subscribing to the podcast in iTunes.Finance Minister Cathy Rogers says having cannabis sold...

Recovered addicts help build residence for homeless women

The house at the corner of Dominion and Park streets in Moncton is full of people who understand the importance of the work they are...

Federal environment minister questions province's carbon price plan

A Facebook post by the federal environment minister appears to suggest that what New Brunswick's Liberal government announced Thursday for carbon pricing in its climate plan...

Saint John budget cuts won't hurt snow removal, says works commissioner

Budget cuts approved by Saint John council earlier this week are not expected to affect snow removal operations this winter, according to the city's...

Liberal minister cheered as he stands up for Irving and big...

The New Brunswick government appeared to come down on the side of the biggest mill owners Thursday in the dispute with marketing boards representing...

City has thwarted Fredericton Exhibition efforts, former councillor says

City hall must take off its blinders about the Fredericton Exhibition and work with the group so both city and Ex can grow, a...

Family doctor suspended for 1 year for 'improper relationship' with patient

A New Brunswick family doctor will be suspended for at least a year for having "an improper relationship" with a patient, the College of...

10 arrested after illegal deer and moose meat seized in raid

Ten people were arrested in Charlotte County after officers seized moose and deer meat, drugs, a vehicle, firearms and other hunting equipment, the government said Thursday. Peace...

Liberals' sleight-of-hand carbon tax formally proposed in climate bill

New Brunswickers will start paying a 2.33-cent-per-litre carbon tax next April, but it's unlikely they will notice.That's because the Brian Gallant government won't add that...

Woodlot groups welcome proposed licensing rules for timber sales

New rules the New Brunswick Forest Products Commission has proposed for wood sales are being welcomed by marketing board officials as a step forward.The...

'We're either a government or we aren't': Anger mounts at Tobique...

Tobique First Nation has simmered with anger since RCMP raided a medical marijuana dispensary, a business the band council backed as a path to...

Codiac Transpo, after rough summer, creates cushion against driver shortages

Until a few months ago, the job description for bus drivers in Moncton was daunting."You could be in a seat for 13 hours over...

Coroner's inquest ordered into 2015 gravel pit death in Drummond

More than two years after Valdor Michaud was killed in a gravel pit accident while working for his brother's paving company in northwestern New Brunswick,...

Liberals try to tidy up conflict law by banning MLAs from...

The Liberal government is closing one conflict-of-interest barn door after the fact, but will leave another one wide open.The government introduced a bill Wednesday...
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