Nineteen public and medical health officers from across Canada have signed a public letter in support of Dr. Eilish Cleary.
The first Syrian refugees that will call New Brunswick home landed in Fredericton Saturday afternoon.
The legislation would boost N.B. from ranking lowest on the strength of its laws, to one of the strongest.
MacPherson says there is no immediate risk of default but now is the time to address the province’s financial challenges.
MacPherson said she is obtaining access to Atcon books and records and that she intends to ask the Legislative Administration Committee for the proper funds.
Police in Grenada say they have charged a man in the death of a New Brunswick woman who disappeared while jogging on the small Caribbean island more than a week ago.
The Royal Grenada Police superintendent in charge of the search for Linnea Veinotte says a body has been found, but it isn’t confirmed to be Veinotte yet.
Police say said they have a person of interest in the case, a male that they have yet to find or speak to.
FREDERICTON – The list of policing issues in the province is growing, with four RCMP members from a rural New Brunswick detachment being suspended as the latest addition. The four members were of the Woodstock detachment, a force of about 20 members. They were suspended for “discreditable conduct.” READ MORE: Four RCMP members suspended, under investigation due…
The leader of the N.B. NDP, Dominic Cardy, is calling for an investigation into Cleary’s dismissal.
Grenada Police believe Veinotte and her dog were hit by car on Dec. 6 just after 8 a.m.
When 84-year-old May Hood goes to visit her 99-year-old step mother in The Moncton Hospital, she doesn’t know what room, or hallway, she’s going to find her in.
Cleary said the government let her know they came to the conclusion “that my particular skill set does not meet the needs of my employer.”
Cleary confirmed through emails with Global News last week that she had been placed on leave, and that it was “not a personal leave,” and that she was “told not to talk about it.”
The approval was given to Sisson Mines Ltd. for the mine near Fredericton, which is subject to 40 conditions.