Intention to file the case was announced in the fall, but the CCLA had to sit out a two-month waiting period before it could actually serve the province. Continue reading
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So far, 18 COVID-19 cases – 11 in residents and seven in staff – are all tied to the facility’s ‘Lily Court’ unit, inside Tucker Hall. Continue reading →
‘We were seeing gatherings happening where people had symptoms and hadn’t been tested,’ says Dr. Jennifer Russell, New Brunswick’s chief medical officer of health. Continue reading →
Nova Scotia and New Brunswick both now have thousands of doses of the Moderna vaccine on hand, with no plans to distribute them until at least next week. Continue reading →
‘I noticed there was a huge number of women speaking out on issues and yet it seemed to be going out in a void,’ Kathi Zwicker said. Continue reading →
New Brunswick Medicare currently covers surgical abortions at three hospitals in the province – two in Moncton and one in Bathurst. Continue reading →
There are two lions, two tigers, two snakes and four rats left inside the zoo — and they all have new homes lined up. Continue reading →
New Brunswick’s Department of Environment and Climate Change shut things down at the site just over a week ago to investigate. Continue reading →
Derrick Stanford says despite losing Air Canada flights, the Saint John Airport has other private clients it serves, as well as the Coast Guard and Medivac flights. Continue reading →
At Monday night’s meeting of Common Council, Collin said staff working on the file will be granted a “well-deserved rest” over the holidays. Continue reading →
Don Darling, who’s sat on the board since July of 2016, made the announcement in a post to his Medium.com page. Continue reading →
Moncton and Fredericton entered the yellow phase of the COVID-19 recovery plan. An area that was part of the Saint John region, which remains orange, quietly went with them. Continue reading →
Tobique First Nation Chief Ross Perley says New Brunswick’s decision to reboot its Truth and Reconciliation Working Group was news to him. Continue reading →
Regional Chief Roger Augustine calls the formation of the group a ‘good start.’ Continue reading →
Local MLA Tammy Scott-Wallace says the repetitive flooding in the area has made it impossible for some residents to insure their homes. Continue reading →