8 hrs ago
RCMP 'relieved' to see charges in Baby Taylor case
A 30-year-old New Brunswick woman has been charged in connection with the discovery of the body of a newborn boy found on Taylor Road near Monteagle, N.B. in 2009.
8 hrs ago
Human rights compliant filed on behalf of Ashley Smith
Ashley Smith is shown in this still image taken from a coroner's video. Federal correctional authorities are trying to stop public disclosure of videos and documents during a fight over the scope of an Ontario inquest into the prison death of a deeply troubled teen.
Wed May 15, 2013
NBCC Moncton students help give Johnson's Mills Shorebird Reserve a facelift
Members of the carpentry program at the New Brunswick Community College - Moncton Campus tear out the old deck at the Johnson's Mills Shorebird Reserve and Interpretive Centre before replacing it with a new structure.
Tue May 14, 2013
Consulting psychiatrist never met teen inmate; prescribed meds by phone
A psychiatrist is testifying at the Toronto inquest into the death of Ashley Smith that she prescribed medication to the disturbed teen by phone, but never met her.
Sun May 12, 2013
Funeral held for country music producer Bill Langstroth
Cars lined up on the road in front of St. Paul's Anglican Church in Sackville, N.B. where Paul Langsroth's funeral was held.
Sat May 11, 2013
A never-ending story
Earl Beaton, Taryn Trainor, Declan Trainor and Susan Silva had a four-generation family gathering of sorts at Zion Presbyterian Church in Charlottetown recently on the occasion of Declan's baptism.
Wed May 08, 2013
Mount Allison Spring Convocation set for May 13
Mount Allison University will confer degrees on approximately 500 students - one of the largest classes in the university's history - during Spring Convocation ceremonies on Monday, May 13 in Convocation Hall.
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.
Temporary foreign workers in Moncton worried
The federal government is making it more difficult and more expensive for companies to turn to foreign workers to fill job vacancies in Canada.
Amherst Daily News
Irving among honorary degree recipients at Mount Allison
One of the region's business elites will be one of four honorary degree recipients next Monday during spring convocation ceremonies at Mount Allison University.
Mon May 06, 2013
Dieppe fire victim struggling to recover from injuries
People in the greater Moncton area are rallying around the victim of a March house fire, who is struggling to cope with his injuries and finding to find a new place to live.
Fri May 03, 2013
The Hamilton Spectator
Hey Canada: Adapt or sink
The International Monetary Fund has a sharp message for Canada. Meeting with world finance ministers in Washington last week, the IMF slashed its forecasts for economic growth, now predicting the global economy will grow by just 3.3 per cent in 2013 - and Canada's by just 1.5 per cent.
Thu May 02, 2013
Memramcook fighting new electoral riding
Memramcook Mayor Donald LeBlanc is joining forces with the Acadian Society of New Brunswick in an effort to reverse changes to the electoral riding map, which merges his village with the town of Sackville.
Moncton diocese sells building, cuts staff to pay bills
The Diocese of Moncton is shedding staff and selling off one church property in order to cover the roughly $5 million in compensation owed to victims of sexual abuse.
Tue Apr 30, 2013
Fisheries consultant stands by position that situation in LFA 25 is very serious
A New Brunswick fisheries consultant says he never intended to suggest fall lobster prices will be lower this year than they were last fall.
Taste Alberta: Tea, as it should be, made right here in Alberta
When you think Alberta food products, it's easy to conjure up manly images of beef, or sunshine-splashed fields of canola.
Postings: Sometimes a dreaded season but more times than not a chance for new adventures.
Mon Apr 29, 2013
Advanced Drainage Systems expands logistics network in Canada
The Hilliard-based producer of corrugated plastic pipe and supplier to the storm and wastewater industries has opened a new distribution site in Moncton, New Brunswick.
Fri Apr 26, 2013
Fish species making a comeback in Petitcodiac River
Edmund Redfield, a scientist with the Fort Folly Restoration Project, says the restoration is going better than originally expected.
The Daily Advertiser
Culture of Festival crowd blends with music, arts
Under clear skies and near perfect temperatures, Lafayette celebrated its connection to peo ple from across the world Thurs day, as Festival International de Louisiane started its second day.