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Crews from three fire departments responded to a fire at an automotive services business west of Fredericton Sunday morning.
The show went on Sunday at the Canadian figure skating championships at Saint John's Harbour Station while a powerful storm raged outside.
A 51-year-old St. Stephen, N.B., woman has died after an ATV crash in McAdam. RCMP responded to a report of a crash on Saunders Road at 6:50 a.m. on Saturday after someone came across the crash site.
Ryan Snoddon, Tina Simpkin and Jay Scotland, the three meteorologists for the Maritimes, have posted a video update on the forecast and are responding directly to people's questions on Facebook.
Snow and ice spread eastward across New Brunswick Sunday as a storm pushed through the Maritimes. Some parts of the province may see 50 centimetres of snow.
Snow, heavy rain and high winds are hitting the Maritime provinces today, with winter storm warnings covering much of New Brunswick and part of P.E.I., and rain and wind warnings in Nova Scotia.
The Department of Fisheries and Oceans has invested $1.7 million to fund an artificial reef project in the Miramichi Bay. Two organizations, Anqotum Resource Management and Homarus Inc., have partnered in the project to help restore coastal habitat along New Brunswick's eastern shore.
Traffic is getting heavier on snowmobile trails across New Brunswick. In the last three years, sales of one-day, three-day and seven-day passes have gone up 54 per cent.
An extreme cold warning continues today in New Brunswick as Atlantic Canada prepares for Sunday's severe winter storm.
Peter Silk has spent years studying how to mitigate the damage caused by the emerald ash borer, and now the Fredericton-based research scientist is headed to Europe to share his expertise about the “green menace.”
The pieces displayed in Her Metal: Six New Brunswick Metalsmiths, which opens Saturday, are "response pieces" inspired by paintings and drawings in the gallery's permanent collection
A man has been arrested after barricading himself in a Moncton home for hours Friday, according to New Brunswick RCMP.
The 506er, CBC New Brunswick's newsletter, returns to bring you the major talking points in provincial news for the week ending Jan. 18.
A third North Atlantic right whale calf of the season was spotted by scientists Friday off the coast of Florida.
The New Brunswick government is hosting two open house sessions Friday and Saturday to hear any concerns and questions about the removal of the Scott Falls dam in southeastern New Brunswick.
Ambulance New Brunswick says it’s implementing a directive from the Blaine Higgs government on language-based hiring for paramedics.