Students raised concerns about how the the roundtable was working and the minister apologized, telling students they did not need to attend further meetings. Continue reading
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‘I want to ensure that we have the maximum safety precautions in place for those that are on the front lines,’ New Brunswick Nurses Union president Paula Doucet says. Continue reading →
Rising Tide Community Initiatives hopes to create 125 affordable housing units with wraparound services for tenants or clients in Moncton over three years Continue reading →
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The $720,000 will be contingent upon the company guaranteeing the continued operation for its routes in northern New Brunswick until the end of the year. Continue reading →
Two people who had bail hearings in Moncton Thursday following an anti-COVID-19-measures protest Sunday were granted bail. New charges have also been laid. Continue reading →