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JDI, Crown reach deal to reduce 15 pollution charges against Saint John mill
J.D. Irving Ltd. and the Crown have reached a resolution in a case that saw the company charged with 15 offences under the federal Fisheries Act related to alleged pollution from the pulp mill in west Saint John.
Vote Compass: A political guide to the 2018 provincial election
A new online tool is being introduced in New Brunswick for the first time to help voters determine what political parties their views align with.
Seasonal workers in 13 regions get additional 5 weeks of EI
Seasonal workers living in select parts of Canada will be eligible for up to an additional five weeks of employment insurance under a new Liberal pilot project.
Elections NB launches ad campaign warning voters of fake election news
Elections New Brunswick has launched a new ad campaign warning voters of false information that can be spread on social media sites.
Man rescued from 2nd-storey window as fire rips through Fredericton home
Fredericton firefighters rescued a man hanging from a window during a house fire on the city's north side, early on Monday morning.
Countdown to obsolescence: A look inside the Belledune coal-fired plant
Ontario woman seeks home for 66-year-old Mary Pratt painting
N.B. Liberals board campaign bus days before official campaign period begins
Moving on: Life slowly getting back to normal in Fredericton
'Quite an accomplishment': Fredericton's baseball history on display
Sackville considers short-term flood fix or costlier long-term plan
2 dead after crash on Route 148 in Nashwaak Village, N.B.
Ottawa man ordered to pay Saint John company $132K in legislature reno suit
Sackville may tackle residents' tall grass with existing bylaws
Heroes for a nation: 2 Fredericton police officers honoured at regimental funeral