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The talks centered on a potential partnership between the city and the university to maintain the part of the building that houses the Sir Max Aitken Pool until a new centre opens.
Members of two local service district advisory committees say the Liberal government isn’t taking their advice or consulting them.
New Brunswick is rolling out its plan to train its unionized workforce of budtenders — the retail workers who will sell cannabis at regulated storefronts. It's surprisingly complicated.
A New Brunswick photographer didn’t have to look far to find his muse. In fact, he found it where he works.
The New Brunswick government claims it has not released the results of 2017 math, science and reading assessments it promised from grades 4 and 10 students because tests were cancelled.
Bell Canada is alerting customers after hackers illegally accessed the information of fewer than 100,000 customers, the telecom giant told CBC News.
Standardized test results released last week show wide discrepancies between french immersion and non-french immersion students in New Brunswick, the president of the New Brunswick Teachers Association says.
National program teaches patients with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease how to manage symptoms and avoid repeated visits to the hospital.
Provincial police say it was fortunate no one died when a tractor trailer left the road and slammed into an apartment building Monday evening in Mattawa.
The city of Fredericton is moving forward with a new plan for the green space downtown, that will include a chilled rink and main stage. But it also means a loss of parking and space for the annual Harvest Jazz and Blues Festival.
Fredericton city council gave its final approval to build a new performing arts centre on land currently occupied by the Playhouse at Monday night's council meeting.
Fisheries and Oceans Minister Dominic LeBlanc has announced four new management measures for the snow crab fishery in the southern Gulf of St. Lawrence to protect North Atlantic right whales, including reducing the amount of rope floating on the surface of the water and mandatory reporting of all lost gear.
Saint John Coun. Gary Sullivan is hoping people in the community will come forward with low-cost ideas to restore the natural setting at a controversial parcel of Rockwood Park land.
Progressive Conservative leader Blaine Higgs has opened the door to changing the 2014 forestry deal that his own party negotiated and signed.
The NEB says Maritimes and Northeast offered the service to Irving Oil in response to a competing offer from the Emera Brunswick Pipeline.
Residents and a historian in Hoyt, N.B., are angry that construction crews burned the remnants of a local historic bridge in a barrel.
The Gallant government is proposing amendments to the New Brunswick Employment Standards Act that would allow workers experiencing domestic or intimate partner violence to take leave to deal with related issues.