3 hrs ago
Province issues request for proposals to operate Memramcook Golf Course
The Department of Transportation and Infrastructure has issued a request for proposals to seek a partner to operate and maintain the Memramcook Golf Course in the village of Memramcook.
8 hrs ago
Family of five lose their home to fire Wednesday evening in Brent's Cove
A family of five lost their home to fire in Brent's Cove, about 40 kilometres east of Baie Verte, about 7 p.m. Wednesday, the Canadian Red Cross says.
17 hrs ago
Miner set back
Workers of the former Advocate Mines near Baie Verte are still fighting for compensation from the Workplace Health and Safety Compendation Commission for the work-related diseases many of them suffer from because of the exposure to asbestos during their time at the mine.
Wed Dec 11, 2013
Canadian Business Magazine
New Brunswick government seeks partner for Memramcook Golf Course
Transportation and Infrastructure Minister Claude Williams says the goal of issuing a request for proposals is to keep the golf course open at no cost to the province.
Tue Dec 10, 2013
The First Perspective-Aboriginal
Fracking protest leads to bigger debate over indigenous rights in Canada
It's a single shale gas exploration project in one of Canada's smallest provinces, but it has become a flashpoint in the debate over indigenous land rights in the country.
Mon Dec 09, 2013
School cafeterias look to local food
"We know exactly what goes into the food," said Nadine Richard, a cook at the school.
SOS, or are we defenceless?
So goes the refrain to Toronto singer-songwriter Raine Maida's song SOS, an at once urgent and catchy meditation on fear, courage, and the fundamental uncertainty shaping and shaking our lives in these calamitous times.
Feds say Byrne incorrect about delays in fish EI changes
Gerry Byrne says people involved in the fishery who are waiting for erroneous changes to the Employment Insurance program to be remediated may have to wait months for their full benefits.
Sat Dec 07, 2013
The Chronicle Herald
Journalism group backs anti-fracking protest reporter
More than a week after Miles Howe was arrested, for the third time, at an anti-fracking protest site near Rexton, N.B., New Brunswick RCMP said they couldn't speak about his case.
Fri Dec 06, 2013
Amherst Daily News
Hands across the border
Whew! What a job! We knew we were travelling last weekend so had to give thought as to what we should take with us.
Santa, storytelling, salsa and toys
Actors Douglas Sullivan and Avery Ash hitchhiking at Cape Spear in a scene filmed for Hold Fast.
St. Louis: Ship of Fate exhibit at Museum of Industry
A new exhibit at the Museum of Industry in Stellarton examines a dark chapter in Canadian history when 907 passengers were denied a last chance for a safe haven from war and genocide.
Anaconda Mining Appoints Tim Casgrain as Chairman of the Board of Directors
Mr. Casgrain replaces Lewis Lawrick who will continue to serve as a director of the Company.
Thu Dec 05, 2013
Former New Brunswick priest faces charges after alleged incidents involving boys
RCMP in New Brunswick say a retired Roman Catholic priest faces several charges, including one count of sexual assault, in connection with alleged incidents involving boys in the 1970s and 80s.
Suspended priest facing 8 sex-related charges against boys
Yvon Arsenault, 71, is scheduled to appear in Moncton provincial court on Jan. 27 to enter pleas.
Wed Dec 04, 2013
Rambler Invests in Marathon Gold
FOR: RAMBLER METALS & MINING PLC TSX VENTURE SYMBOL: RAB AIM SYMBOL: RMM December 4, 2013 Rambler Invests in Marathon Gold LONDON, ENGLAND and BAIE VERTE, NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR -- - Rambler Metals and Mining plc , a copper and gold producer operating in Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada , today announces that it has entered into a ... (more)
Government says no to changes to help sick mine workers
The Newfoundland and Labrador government has turned down a request for legislative changes to help former Baie Verte mine workers who claim exposure to asbestos made them sick.
Amherst Daily News
Troops enjoy Christmas feast fit for a king
Following the signing of the armistice on the eleventh hour of the eleventh day of the eleven month that ended World War I, Lieutenant General Arthur Currie was informed that the Canadian corps would serve with British army of occupation along the left bank and bridgeheads of the Rhine River's main crossings.
Tue Dec 03, 2013
Village gathers for teens killed in crash
Relatives and friends of four New Brunswick teenagers killed in a highway crash came together Tuesday, many crying and hugging each other, to remember the young men for their upbeat, fun-loving approach to life.