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The Gallant government is touting the benefits of the new United States-Mexico-Canada Trade Agreement or USMCA.Treasury Board president Roger Melanson says it's important a deal was reached for...

Post date: October 04, 2018

Conservative leader Blaine Higgs putting a positive spin on talks with the Green party this week saying they are aligned on many issues.He says the discussions with David Coon were done in an open...

Post date: October 04, 2018

The recount in the riding of Saint John Harbour is completed and the winner is once again Liberal Gerry Lowe.PC candidate Barry Ogden trigged the recount after losing to Ogden by just 10 votes,...

Post date: October 04, 2018

Municipal by-elections will need to be held in the new year as a result of the provincial election last month.Chief Electoral Officer for Elections NB Kim Poffenroth confirms that by-elections are...

Post date: October 04, 2018

A billboard in Saint John is designed to start a conversation about the killing of animals for food, clothing and entertainment.The Vegan Education Group NB put up the poster which contains the...

Post date: October 04, 2018

Just in time for the Thanksgiving Weekend, there has been a big jump in the price at the pumps.The Energy and Utilities Board increased the maximum price of gas by 2.8 cents, diesel by 4.4 cents and...

Post date: October 04, 2018

The Canadian Coast Guard and several partner agencies also sharpening their skills this week.    A full-scale nuclear emergency exercise is taking place over two days at Point...

Post date: October 03, 2018

If you wander down Water street to look at the visiting cruise ships this week, you will also notice an information picket.Pat Riley of the International Longshoremen's Association is disputing...

Post date: October 03, 2018

It is a painstaking process in Courtroom #8 at the Saint John Law Courts building where a recount of the ballots for the riding of Saint John Harbour is underway.Recount for Saint John Harbour could...

Post date: October 03, 2018

In two weeks Canadians will be able to purchase marijuana for recreational use, but the Cannabis Control Act regulates where you can consume it.Using cannabis in any form is illegal anywhere but in a...

Post date: October 03, 2018

Reversing Falls Bridge in Saint John is getting a weight restriction for truck traffic starting at 4:30 on Wednesday afternoon.The new maximum weight allowed for trucks is 30 tonnes. There will...

Post date: October 03, 2018

There is another recall of a chicken product you may have in your home.Loblaw companies is recalling $10 bags of chicken fries due to possible Salmonella contamination.This product was sold across...

Post date: October 03, 2018

The mayor of Saint John says the city is starting to see results from its population growth efforts.At a growth committee meeting on Tuesday, members were told the city has seen a 6.5 per cent...

Post date: October 02, 2018

Do not be alarmed if you see emergency vehicles near Point Lepreau over the next two days.It is the site of a full-scale nuclear emergency exercise called Synergy Challenge.Geoffrey Downey, a...

Post date: October 02, 2018

Drivers in New Brunswick should expect an increase at the gas pumps this week according to a senior petroleum analyst.Dan McTeague with Gasbuddy.com says a 3 cent per litre hike is possible for...

Post date: October 02, 2018

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