CBC | New Brunswick News
The 506er, CBC New Brunswick's newsletter, returns to bring you the major talking points in provincial news for the week ending Nov. 16.
Crabbe Mountain, a ski area about 54 kilometres north of Fredericton, is opening its bunny hill a little less than a month before the start of the regular season.
A municipal byelection in Moncton's growing Ward 3 pits a longtime politician who previously held the seat against four political newcomers.
Premier Blaine Higgs’s promise to co-operate with all parties in the New Brunswick legislature is evolving into a close relationship with the party that already agrees with him — and a decision to not consult the party that he considers “adversarial.”
A pedestrian tunnel on Kingclear First Nation is now under construction, just 10 weeks after a young woman from the community was struck and killed trying to cross Route 102.
The contentious development of Qalipu Mi'kmaq First Nation's membership list has taken another step backwards after Canada and the band announced Thursday that 58,000 applications are to be reassessed.
Premier Blaine Higgs says he’ll stick with his plan to challenge Ottawa’s carbon tax in court but will also develop a “backup plan” while he waits for the legal fight to play out.
Inside a tent next to him in Fredericton's downtown, Jim Oickle can hear the sounds of men groaning and begging to die late at night.
A new housing program in Moncton that serves people who are living on the streets and struggling with mental illness and addiction is proving to be a success for some of the city's "chronically homeless."
Former premier Brian Gallant's decision to remain as party leader while Liberals choose a replacement departs from the normal practice of provincial leaders stepping aside quickly following a resignation announcement.
Motorists are being advised to drive with caution as a major snowstorm causes slippery road conditions across the province.
A wind storm that knocked out power to more than 100,000 New Brunswickers didn't just leave Frankie Gillespie in the dark. It left her trapped.
A Moncton councillor says the city should take a greater role in tackling homelessness, starting with temporary funding to get people off the streets this winter.
Relatives say Jennifer Sullivan Snow of Oromocto, N.B., was the sort of person who 'didn't have it in her' to pass by someone needing help.
A pair of Fredericton bodybuilding enthusiasts proved that age is truly nothing but a number last month.
A Moncton-area man has been arrested after 20 gas thefts in southeast New Brunswick, police said Thursday.
About two dozen anti-shale gas protesters waved signs to the beat of a drum on Thursday outside a Moncton hotel hosting a meeting to discuss natural gas supplies in the Maritimes.
The newly humbled, newly contrite Brian Gallant was a little less humble, a little less contrite Thursday as he announced he would resign as leader of New Brunswick's Liberal Party.