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One of Canada's high-profile weather forecasters is warning Canadians across the country to brace for a whole lot of snow this winter.
Sandra Buckingham and Onne de Boer have taken in four dogs from the charity NOWZAD — the only official animal shelter in Afghanistan.
Javon Masters of UNB added another accolade to his ever growing list of accomplishments over the weekend, becoming the all-time leading scorer in the Atlantic University Sport conference.
A researcher who sounded the alarm about New Brunswick's inclusion model five years ago says the problems are getting worse.
Residents say the project wasn't part of the town's 2017 budget, and they wonder if it's really serving the growing needs of residents or the campgrounds that are multiplying in the area.
A procedure performed at the Saint John Regional Hospital saved an Upper Keswick man who suffered a series of strokes.
When Jack MacDougall, flipping through the paper in 1982, caught sight of an ad for a used Wurlitzer organ, he had no idea his life had changed forever.
Saint John common council released its 2018 Draft Operating Budget Friday, and the association representing local firefighters says planned cuts to public safety services will likely mean one of the municipality's seven fire stations will have to close.
The New Brunswick government announced $2 million in funding Sunday to create a mother and child care unit the Edmundston Regional Hospital, a project that will involve merging the pediatric unit with obstetrical services.
An 80-year-old Nova Scotia woman has died after the vehicle she was a passenger in left the road and landed in a ditch near Tabusintac, N.B.
Researchers at Mount Allison University and the Geospatial Modelling Lab have been collecting ticks from veterinarians from across the region since 2012 and have compiled the data into virtual maps.
Improving the lives of adults with autism was the focus of a summit in Shediac this weekend. It was hosted by two women who have personal experience with the disorder.
This month the New Brunswick government introduced legislation that would allow people who are self-employed to start a pension plan for themselves and their employees.
On top of a hill in Dalhousie, colloquially known as Dalhousie Mountain, there are numerous names carved into rocks...but why?
NB Power crews struck a gas line in Fredericton Saturday morning while trying to dig up a power pole damaged by a taxi in an early-morning collision.
New Brunswick NDP Leader Jennifer McKenzie will try and reclaim the Saint John Harbour riding for the NDP in next year’s provincial election.
In just four short months, Blue Roof Distillers has exceeded their sales projections for the whole year, and attracted close to 10,000 people to their farm in the Malden area for tours.