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Former Labrador RCMP officer waives bail hearing
According to a representative from New Brunswick Provincial Court, former Labrador RCMP officer Albert Michelin waived his bail hearing in Moncton Provincial Court this afternoon.
Mon Dec 09, 2013
BWS union busting accusation goes to labour board
BWS Manufacturing of Centreville, N.B., is accused of union-busting. A hearing began Monday before the New Brunswick Labour and Employment Board.
Geodex Closes $95,100 Private Placement, South Dungarvon Drilling Underway Shortly
Geodex will issue 1,500,000 units at $0.06 per Unit. Each Unit is comprised of one common share and one half share purchase warrant .
Fri Dec 06, 2013
Resource Investing News
Copper's Dead Cat Bounce Was Short Lived
Copper prices have recovered slightly from early-week lows. However, the red metal has once again fallen victim to concerns over the federal stimulus plans, sliding back from a 9-day high to $7,080.25 per tonne on the London metal exchange .
Thu Dec 05, 2013
The Globe and Mail
Can empty classrooms help solve the daycare crunch?
Preschool children with teacher Emily Stewart at Bath Elementary School in Bath, N.B. Preschool children with teacher Emily Stewart at Bath Elementary School in Bath, N.B. When it comes to aligning family life with work life, school is behind the times, literally - starting after most parents are expected to be at the office, and ending hours ... (more)
The Vermont Standard
Woodstock Rotary Announces Recipients Of Top Awards
The highlight of Woodstock Rotary's holiday celebration was to announce the year's top recognitions to area citizens.
Wed Dec 04, 2013
Cocaine trafficking case against N.B. Mountie delayed again
A suspended member of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police who is facing three cocaine trafficking-related charges in New Brunswick has had his bail hearing adjourned again.
Tue Dec 03, 2013
Globe and Mail
NDP MP releases song about John a. Macdonald's treatment of aboriginals
NDP MP Charlie Angus, the party's ethics critic, holds a news conference in Ottawa Monday May 20, 2013.
Mon Dec 02, 2013
N.B. RCMP officer charged with cocaine trafficking
A suspended member of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police is facing three charges related to cocaine trafficking in New Brunswick.
Sun Dec 01, 2013
Grand opening for Estevan's new water reservoir
Estevan's new water reservoir is operational, and a grand opening ceremony happened on Friday at the reservoir's building at the intersection of Wellock Road and Sister Roddy Road.
Bangor Daily News
Health care services in Ashland area to expand as a result of collaborative effort and federal grant
Residents of Ashland and those in need of medical care in surrounding communities will benefit from a $300,000 federal grant that will help expand local health care services.
Fri Nov 29, 2013
MP Weston and Minister Williams mark the completion of the Saint John ...
Left to right: Board Chair for the Saint John Port Authority Peter Gaulton, Saint John MP Rodney Weston, New Brunswick Transportation and Infrastructure Minister Claude Williams and Saint John Mayor Mel Norton.
Ottawa's Black Friday a civilized form of madness
Our photographer James Park was out early this morning at the South Keys Future Shop.
Wed Nov 27, 2013
Disappointed with removal of Potato Break
Baked, mashed, whipped, scalloped, hash browns, curly fries, shoestring - these are just a few of the many different ways you can prepare potatoes to be eaten.
Thu Nov 21, 2013
Komarnicki's economic fumbling
The federal government's recent economic update proves once again that Souris-Moose Mountain MP Ed Komarnicki, and the Conservatives, are out-of-touch with the challenges facing middle class Canadians.
The Republic of Madawaska--A Short-Lived Nation on the US-Canadian Border
Do you remember the Indian Stream Republic ? It was a tiny, short-lived nation that formed in the Eighteenth Century on the ambiguous border between the United States and British Canada.
Tue Nov 19, 2013
St. Albert Gazette
Anglicans find temporary home in Morinville
The Morinville United Church has taken in the displaced Anglican congregation. The Anglican services will start on Sunday, Nov. 24 at 9 a.m. The congregation that lost its house of worship to a fire this summer, will be back together once again in Morinville this Sunday.
Christmas wreaths add $25M to N.B. economy annually
Workers in the tiny community of Stickney will make more than 35,000 Christmas wreaths this holiday season as part of an industry that is now worth more than $25 million annually in New Brunswick.
Mon Nov 18, 2013
Canadian Business Magazine
Why Canada's manufacturing sector is stronger than you think: Andrew Leach
Last week, BMO research cited continued increase in Canada's net trade balance in energy, and increases in our net trade deficit in manufactured goods.
Sun Nov 17, 2013
Montrealers attend concert to help typhoon victims
Melinda Ecevedo's family home in the Philippines has no roof and a palm tree in one bedroom.