Just over a year after the Village of Minto’s only grocery store burned down, the new Foodland store is now open for business. Residents are relieved and excited to have a new store in the community.
A Fredericton family displaced by the spring flooding says they could be homeless for at least a few weeks after they were told the Red Cross would no longer by putting them up in emergency housing.
Members of the “Save Officers’ Square” community group are calling on New Brunswick’s Heritage Minister to stop the city from redeveloping the provincial and national heritage site.
The City of Fredericton and The Canadian Forest Service are ramping up efforts to detect the invasive Emerald Ash Borer beetle that is making it’s way east. The invasive pests could destroy thousands of the City’s Ash trees.
The City of Fredericton has moved forward with the removal of five trees from Officers’ Square so construction can be completed on one of the City’s busiest roads.
Department of Justice and Public Safety spokesperson Geoffrey Downey confirmed that 120 people who registered for assistance on May 11 were not transferred to a list that would allow them to move forward with the inspection.
A month after the devastating flood that impacted New Brunswick’s Saint John River Valley, residents are still in the process of applying for flood relief funding.
Parents of students at Kingsclear Consolidated School in Fredericton say they’re frustrated by the school district’s decision not to implement a French Immersion program at the school. They say they are being treated unfairly and say having the program could help boost enrollment and protect the school from the possibility of being closed.
Construction season is underway in Fredericton and business owners are already feeling the impact on their bottom lines.
Below-normal temperatures in New Brunswick have damaged crops and added challenges for farmers already dealing with flood damage.
Police say they are actively investigating the incident on the wall outside of Chess Piece cafe over the weekend.
A New Brunswick veteran says airport security personnel across Canada need better training on how to interact with passengers travelling with medical cannabis.
The province says the City of Fredericton can’t begin construction in Officers’ Square without final approval from the Department of Tourism, Heritage and Culture.
Frederictonians gathered at Officers’ Square over the weekend to protest the city’s plan to cut down more than a dozen large trees.
The City of Fredericton plans to cut down more than a dozen trees in Officer’s Square in the coming weeks as part of a plan to revitalize the square. The City says the trees have roots that run under the square that wouldn’t survive being dug up. Residents are upset and are planning a peaceful protest this weekend.