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Prime Minister Trudeau met with the Chinese Premier, calling it successful despite no announcement yet of the start of formal negotiations on a free trade deal.Trudeau says there's a lot at stake...

Post date: December 04, 2017

It's a unique tribute to a part of our regional history that in some cases no longer exists.Tamara Langstroth creates ornaments that are replicas of covered bridges including the Hammond River...

Post date: December 04, 2017

67 per cent of Atlantic Canadians will be doing at least some of their Christmas shopping online. That figure comes from a FedEx survey.James Anderson of FedEx says people in Atlantic Canada don'...

Post date: December 04, 2017

Thieves in St. Stephen are at it again, this time in the Industrial Park. A large amount of copper wire has been stolen and local RCMP are asking for your help in finding the culprit. St....

Post date: December 04, 2017

Beginning with the 2019 city budget, a long range financial outlook will be included. That's part of the plan to restructure city finances.Mayor Don Darling says budgeting will be done more in...

Post date: December 04, 2017

Perfectly good food is being thrown away because of consumer attitudes that are wrongheaded. That word from Dr. Evan Fraser, the Canada Research Chair for Global Food Security.He says one...

Post date: December 04, 2017

Alex D’Orio made 34 saves and three more in the shootout to lead the Saint John Sea Dogs to a 3-2 victory over the Quebec Remparts. D’Orio was making his first start since November 10th...

Post date: December 04, 2017

The Black Settlement Burial Ground in Willow Grove, which dates back to 1831, has been vandalised.Five windows were broken at the memorial building. Stones were found inside, a monument had been...

Post date: December 04, 2017

A one million dollar fine against the RCMP for violations of the Canada Labour Code over the June 4th shootings doesn't go far enough.That's according to Mounted Police Professional...

Post date: December 03, 2017

Southeast District RCMP are investigating an incident that has left one man dead.Police say sometime after 6 o'clock on Saturday evening an on coming car travelling westbound on Rue Desroches in...

Post date: December 03, 2017

A New Brunswick economist does not have a problem with the concept of payroll rebates, something often called corporate welfare.David Campbell of Jupia Consultants doesn't think it's a big...

Post date: December 03, 2017

Look for some changes in the city of Saint John when it comes to having your garbage collected.The city is bringing in a new enhanced by law in hopes of creating operational efficiencies and ensuring...

Post date: December 03, 2017

The executive director of the New Brunswick Adoption Foundation is applauding the province's decision to hire an adoption recruiter to help find permanent homes for the roughly 400 children in...

Post date: December 03, 2017

On this week's show: What will happen to New Brunswick should NAFTA fail? , a long overdue apology is finally delivered in the House of Commons and Filling a gap by offering a new course.

Post date: December 03, 2017

A Saint John Councillor is asking the city to look into servicing a road that is often used by the public to access Rockwood Park.Councillor Ray Strowbridge says there are just two people at the end...

Post date: December 03, 2017

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