Besides their stolen trailer, the couple’s most prized possession was their daughter’s plush toy, and a log book they kept from their trip through the United States.
Born in Campbellton, New Brunswick, Paul is a graduate 0f Algonquin College.
He was part of the original Global Quebec staff when it opened its station in 1997.
He started as a camera operator and editor and eventually became a technical producer.
Now back in his home province, Paul is a Video Journalist for Global News in Moncton.
A diehard Montreal Canadiens fan, he also loves to play hockey, golf and tennis – but his real passion is music.
Having toured with a few bands in his 20s, Paul’s love for drumming has not subsided, but his new found enthusiasm for learning to play guitar is currently taking up a big part of his free time.
Moncton based Heritage Developments will purchase the 82-year-old former Moncton High School building and form a partnership with MH Renaissance to restore it.
Families and Children Minister Stephen Horsman was in Moncton on Monday to launch a new online survey encouraging New Brunswickers to share their thoughts on a new long term affordable housing strategy.
Transportation and Infrastructure Minister Bill Fraser says a decision on the future of Moncton High School was imminent.
Finance Minister Bill Morneau took his plan to strengthen the middle class to Dieppe, N.B. Tuesday.
About 250 people marched onto Shediac City Hall on Sunday, to denounce the government’s handling of water quality issues at beaches in and around Shediac Bay.
It’s part of a mandatory sentence handed down by Court of Queen’s Bench Justice Stephen McNally.
Water samples are collected three times a week, with results of the latest tests expected Thursday.
Charities and other organizations in Moncton say they may need to change their approach in helping those in need as donations from the public have dropped significantly.
Launched in 1999 and held every three years, the games stress the importance of practicing sport and recreation in French.
Officials in charge of the repairs of Moncton’s Assomption Cathedral say work is on schedule, but they held a tour for the media Tuesday in an effort to drum up financial support from the public to ensure completion.
A Moncton baseball field designed to be accessible for people with cognitive and physical disabilities has finally open to the public
Grade 11 students at Harrison Trimble High School in Moncton had a unique opportunity to build a house as a school project this year.
Dietitians on a Mission, a group of New Brunswick volunteer dietitians, are on a quest to try and lower the obesity rate among youth in the province.
Anglophone East School District’s education council has joined the ongoing battle in trying to get the provincial government to lower the speed limit surrounding a school just outside Moncton.