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Retailer, regional volunteers of the year announced
Magazines Canada Distribution has named Read's Newsstand and Caf in Fredericton, New Brunswick its 2012 Retailer of the Year.
Tue May 21, 2013
New Brunswick MPs weigh in on Senate scandal
Acadie-Bathurst NDP MP Yvon Godin says Conservative Sen. Mike Duffy should be penalized after it was revealed that the Prime Minister's chief of staff Nigel Wright gave him a personal cheque for $90,000 to cover questionable expense claims.
Sat May 18, 2013
Jazz CRJ9 at Toronto on May 13th 2013, rejected takeoff
A Jazz Canadair CRJ-705, registration C-FNJZ performing flight QK-7971 from Toronto,ON to New Orleans,LA with 73 people on board, was accelerating for takeoff from Toronto's runway 23, when at about 100 knots both left main gear tyres blew.
Thu May 16, 2013
8 experts added to internet child protection unit
The provincial government is hiring new technical experts for the RCMP's internet protection unit as a part of a series of measures to beef up child internet safety.
Wed May 15, 2013
Ashfield won't intervene in Maritime lobster price dispute
Federal Fisheries and Oceans Minister Keith Ashfield says he won't be intervening in the dispute over lobster prices in the Maritimes.
Norton's pipeline pitch received 'warmly' in Calgary
Saint John Mayor Mel Norton says his pitch for a proposed west-east oil pipeline is being well received during his trip to Calgary this week.
Tue May 14, 2013
Jazz DH8D at Toronto on May 9th 2013, rejected takeoff after both left main tyres blew
A Jazz de Havilland Dash 8-400, registration C-GGOK performing flight QK-8958 from Toronto,ON to Fredericton,NB with 61 people on board, was accelerating through 100 knots for takeoff from Toronto's runway 24R when both left hand main gear tyres blew and the crew rejected takeoff.
Lincoln residents reject village plebiscite
Lincoln voters soundly rejected the idea of turning the local service district into a village in a plebiscite on Monday night.
Mon May 13, 2013
Biologist warns of decline of chimney swift in Maritimes
Chimney swifts historically used hollow trees in old growth forests for nesting, but have adapted to using chimneys.
Cache Reports Positive Molybdenum Results
May 13, 2013 - Mr. George A. Brown, President and CEO of Cache Exploration Inc. is pleased to announce that the Company has received positive results from reassaying 2012 drill core for Molybdenum .
Government of Canada invests to help youth in the Fredericton area get jobs
The announcement was made by the Honourable , Minister of Fisheries and Oceans, Minister for the Atlantic Gateway and Member of Parliament for Fredericton, on behalf of the Honourable "Our government's top priorities are creating jobs, economic growth and long-term prosperity," said Minister Ashfield.
Fri May 10, 2013
Long-time CBC journalist Paddy Gregg remembered
Former CBC host and journalist Paddy Gregg had a "folksy charm" and could really connect with people, say former co-workers. Premier David Alward said for decades Gregg captured and delivered the news in his signature style that focused on people first.
Mary Pratt at home in St. John's. - Photo by Joe Gibbons/The Telegram
In the late '60s, Mary Pratt decided to give up painting.A Tired of being criticized for painting from photography, she joined a group of women from near her home in Salmonier who went down to Placentia a couple times a week to learn how to sew.
Wed May 08, 2013
Forest fire destroy homes
Two forest fires continue to burn in northern and southern New Brunswick, including one that has destroyed at least a couple of homes.
Yorkton This Week & Enterprise
Old Dutch to shut Montreal plant, warehouse
A Montreal-area Humpty Dumpty snack food plant is poised to close permanently this fall after almost 50 years in business.
Tue May 07, 2013
Emergency centre in New Brunswick
A reception centre has been set up in a community hall in a village in northwestern New Brunswick in case a forest fire forces people to flee their homes.
Green Party calls for royal commission on pension reforms
Green Party Leader David Coon and Norman Laverty, party advocate for economic and social development, held a press conference in Fredericton on Tuesday, calling for a royal commission on pensions.
Hamilton Mountain News
Merulla proposes Hamilton take over Police Services Board
The Ward 4 councillor is expected to introduce a notice of motion at the May 8 council meeting asking the province to amend legislation allowingHamiltonto either have direct authority of the police services board, or to allow the city to appoint all of its members, and remake it into something like the Board of Health.
Mon May 06, 2013
The Chronicle Herald
TAYLOR: Halifax OK, other areas slumping
The Halifax economy is performing well and the population is growing, but a Conference Board of Canada study suggests the story is different in the rest of the province.
Wed May 01, 2013
Whooping cough outbreak declared over
Students in grades seven, eight and nine were vaccinated against whooping cough last fall in response to an outbreak across New Brunswick.