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With Thanksgiving being a statutory holiday, by law most retail businesses are closed in New Brunswick today according to the Retail Council of Canada.That means Sobey's, Superstore, and Costco...

Post date: October 09, 2017

NB Power has dispatched crews out to Grand Bay-Westfield to try and find the cause of an outage currently affecting about 1,000 customers.

Post date: October 08, 2017

Two of Saint John's gas stations are closing at the end of the month.A sign posted on the door of the Bayside Drive location says the store is closing down on October 31st.It also says the...

Post date: October 08, 2017

In this weeks show...the final nail in the coffin for an energy project that once brought great hope to the region...and legalizing marijuana will be tricky for employers.

Post date: October 08, 2017

RCMP say a 55 year old Saint John man is dead after a two vehicle crash on the Trans Canada Highway near Waasis.Police say around 8 o'clock on Saturday a tractor trailer collided with a...

Post date: October 08, 2017

New Brunswickers are being asked to keep an eye out for a 27-year old man wanted on a Canada wide warrant.Police say Issac Moffat-Swasson of Listuguj First Nation in Quebec is unlawfully at large and...

Post date: October 08, 2017

Saint John-Rothesay MP Wayne Long paid the price this week for standing up for his constituents during a whip vote in the House of Commons.Long was the only Liberal MP who supported the Conservative...

Post date: October 08, 2017

Supporters and friends came to the Saint John airport to welcome Wayne Long home after a difficult week. Our local MP Long will be arriving home this afternoon after a tough week in Ottawa....

Post date: October 06, 2017

While people are getting together this weekend to celebrate Thanksgiving, many RCMP officers are going to be on the roads and highways trying to keep us safe.According to an RCMP release, this long...

Post date: October 06, 2017

The Progressive Conservative MLA for Saint John East is laying the blame for the project demise of Energy East at the feet of the premier. Glen Savoie calls this an absolute tragedy for the...

Post date: October 06, 2017

A man and woman from New Brunswick are facing charges after the discovery of restricted firearms at the Woodstock border crossing.On Wednesday evening, Canada Border Services agents found two semi-...

Post date: October 06, 2017

Bell Canada is establishing a national service centre in New Brunswick's capital city and will be creating up to 150 full-time jobs over the next five years.In a release, premier Brian Gallant...

Post date: October 06, 2017

It's hard to believe that it's almost flu season.The season normally runs from the beginning of November until March or April, depending on the severity of the flu.Pharmacist Scott Cameron...

Post date: October 06, 2017

A new country-wide strategy has been unveiled by the federal government, that is aimed at helping members of the military, and veterans deal with stress from mental health issues.This comes after...

Post date: October 06, 2017

The issue of legalizing marijuana is complex and may be a real headache for employers trying to navigate a new world.At a Saint John conference,  Dr. Paul Atkinson of WorkSafeNB told the crowd...

Post date: October 06, 2017

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