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NB Power crews are investigating a transmission system breakdown and are transferring customers to another power source, according to spokesperson Marie-Andree Bolduc.
A Fredericton artist turns old junk into model cars that put Power Wheels to shame. Three of them are on exhibit now.
Five birds have been brought to the institute to date with the increasingly common condition known as 'angel wing,' which can be treated in young birds, but can be permanent - and fatal - in older animals.
The Fredericton chapter of Cat Rescue Maritimes has reduced its adoption fees in the hopes of finding 21 cats a home.
Federal Finance Minister Bill Morneau was in Fredericton to talk tax reform to dozens of business leaders from across Canada.
A lobster tank house owned by Paturel International on Deer Island, N.B., in the Bay of Fundy burned down Friday night.
Well-known children's author Sheree Fitch and retired professor Anne Hunt have teamed up to compile an anthology of children’s poems from around Atlantic Canada.
If you think you might have the next big business idea, an event later this month in Saint John could be your chance to pitch to a group of potential investors.
Students John Thomas, Sarah Chang and Lexi Forsythe are immersing themselves in the Université de Moncton, hoping to surface fluent in French, with a leg up in Canada's only bilingual province.
Edmundston has bid farewell to its very own Lancaster bomber, one of the last survivors of a celebrated Second World War fleet and a landmark in the area for more than 50 years.
When Sherrie Thomas stopped at the Boiestown Irving convenience store for a banana on her way to work, she never expected to walk away feeling $15,000 richer.
Scientists at the Royal Ontario Museum in Toronto are hoping three dead North Atlantic right whales will give them some important insights.
With legal recreational sales of marijuana right around the corner, one of the companies that will supply New Brunswickers with cannabis is looking for new workers to meet the demand.
Children playing in Saint John's Rainbow Park will have a permanent reminder of the abuse and neglect suffered by John Ryan Turner and Jackie Brewer.
The mayor of Saint John, N.B. joined the mayor of Calgary on Friday to reaffirm support for the proposed Energy East pipeline.
The Greater Moncton SPCA is trying a unique way of finding homes for the 25 rats now living at the shelter.
A judge denied bail for Marie Antonette Bugay on Friday while approving the Crown's request to have her next court appearance in Saint John.
Two men threatened and assaulted the occupants of a Moncton house early Friday before stealing electronics and money.