Friday Dec 6
PTSD is a serious problem, says RCMP's top cop in N.B.
The head of the New Brunswick RCMP is speaking out about post-traumatic stress disorder following the high-profile case of a Mountie based in Oromocto who has a medical marijuana prescription for his symptoms.
Thu Dec 05, 2013
Cape Breton Post
SPCA removes more than 140 animals from New Brunswick home
Charges are pending after the seizure of more than 140 animals from a home in Fredericton, N.B. on Tuesday.
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Wed Dec 04, 2013
Stephen Harper defends housing claims of two senators, one Conservative and one Liberal
The cases of two senators who owned homes before joining the upper chamber - and who now claim a housing allowance for them - are not comparable to that of Sen. Mike Duffy, Prime Minister Stephen Harper said Wednesday.
Mental health summit held at Fredericton middle school
Grade 8 students at Fredericton's Bliss Carman Middle School took part in their first mental health summit on Tuesday, as part of a provincewide campaign led by the advocacy group Dots NB.
Mon Dec 02, 2013
Pot-smoking Mountie returns serge, accuses RCMP of not helping members with PTSD
A New Brunswick Mountie who has run afoul of a policy that says RCMP officers can't smoke medicinal marijuana while in uniform has returned his red serge and accused the government and the force of not doing enough to support RCMP members with post-traumatic stress disorder.
#ShutDownCanada: Anti-Fracking Actions Erupt
Protesters rally outside the Canadian Parliament building Monday November 2 in support of the Elsipogtog protesters.
Pot-smoking Mountie 'doing fine' after loss of uniform
A New Brunswick Mountie who was stripped of his police uniform last week after he publicly smoked medical marijuana while wearing his red serge wants to assure people he is "doing fine."
Fri Nov 29, 2013
The Toronto Star
Pot-prescribed Mountie stripped of uniform
A New Brunswick Mountie at the centre of a medical marijuana furor has been stripped of his uniforms and assigned to medical leave.
Thu Nov 28, 2013
Lakeview Hotel Investment Corp Reports 3rd Quarter Results
The following comments in regard to the financial results should be read in conjunction with the September 30, 2013 financial statements and Management Discussion and Analysis which are available on the SEDAR website www.sedar.com .
The Chronicle Herald
ENTREVESTOR: Accountant tallies benefits of coding
While Nicole LeBlanc's main job is finance director at the New Brunswick Innovation Foundation, the accountant does not limit herself to counting beans.
Illegal tobacco use in N.B. targeted by store owners
"This should be a major concern for both the provincial government and taxpayers," said Mike Hammoud, president of the association.
Wed Nov 27, 2013
Cape Breton Post
Major storm moves into Atlantic Canda, bringing powerful winds, heavy rain
A late fall storm lashed the Atlantic region Wednesday with powerful winds and heavy rain, bringing down power lines in some areas.
Tue Nov 26, 2013
Shale gas tensions flaring near Rexton
More than 20 RCMP vehicles responded to an anti-shale gas protest along Highway 11 on Tuesday.
Public perception of water quality often not an accurate picture, study says
CORNERa SBROOK George Crocker is a prime example of how most people's perceptions about the quality of the water they drink doesn't really reflect the actual quality of that water.
Mon Nov 25, 2013
Cape Breton Post
Forecast for the Maritimes issued by Environment Canada
Sydney Metro and Cape Breton County, Richmond County: Today, mainly cloudy with 60 percent chance of flurries.
Fri Nov 22, 2013
Climate plan starts
Coquitlam joined two other Canadian cities Thursday in rolling out a technology meant to forecast and mitigate infrastructure damage related to climate change.
Beaverbrook Art Gallery adds artist-in-residence studio in honour of Bruno Bobak
The Beaverbrook Art Gallery in Fredericton is adding an artist-in-residence studio as a tribute to late Canadian artist Bruno Bobak.
Thu Nov 21, 2013
New tool helps Coq. less flood risks
Coquitlam is one of three Canadian municipalities to pilot a new piece of technology that will help to figure out where its flooding risks are - now and in the future.