The OPP have cordoned off a Petawawa neighbourhood and deployed their tactical response unit as part of a standoff with an armed man. More
On the eve of next week's NATO Summit in Wales, the alliance's outgoing Secretary General Anders Fogh Rasmussen tells CBC Radio's The House an 'unstable security environment' means member countries like Canada must increase defence spending and help the alliance adapt to 'profound' changes. More read comments audio
RCMP say dashboard camera footage from a tractor-trailer which captured a tour bus rolling over on the Coquihalla Highway appears to show speed was not a factor in the crash. More video
The RCMP is developing a program to stop Canadians from becoming radicalized by violent ideologies, according to a new report says at least 130 people with Canadian connections have gone abroad for terrorism-related activities and another 80 have returned to the country. More
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Premiers Darrell Pasloski, Christy Clark of B.C. and Nunavut's Peter Taptuna take the ice bucket challenge
New Brunswick Votes 2014
- Dominic Cardy says NDP will scrap corporate welfare
- NDP Leader Dominic Cardy stood in front of the old Atcon site near Miramichi to promise an end to corporate welfare if his party wins the Sept. 22 election.
- First Nations chiefs appeal forestry plan ruling
- New Brunswick's First Nations chiefs have filed a leave to appeal a judge's decision to deny their request to temporarily block the provincial government's new forestry plan.
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- New Brunswick artists have struggled to be considered as contributors to the economy and they need financial support despite the tough economic times, according to former lieutenant-governor Herménégilde Chiasson.