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'Makes no sense': New Brunswick man loses his 'free-the-beer' fight
After a five-year legal battle, a New Brunswick man has lost his bid to be able to stock up on cheap beer in neighbouring Quebec.
College calls for using private psychologists in schools to reduce waits
The College of Psychologists of New Brunswick says a lack of psychologists in the public sector is a growing crisis in schools across the province
Peel ... in this place: Why thousands of licence plates are being recalled
Licence plates across New Brunswick are peeling — and the province is urging drivers with the problem to get their plates replaced.
Beer not freed: Supreme Court upholds law in cross-border alcohol case
The Supreme Court of Canada has ruled unanimously that provinces and territories have the constitutional right to restrict the importation of goods from each other, as long as the primary aim of the restriction isn't to impede trade.
Tri-coloured bat likely extinct in New Brunswick, zoologist says
After shocking case of neglect, province's entire child-protection system under review
Cannabis cases will continue to be prosecuted, despite legalization
Australia says dropped phones on airplanes are a fire risk. Transport Canada does not
Marissa Shepard murder trial set to resume testimony before jury
Retired lawyer seeks $175,000 after 8-year fight with law society
Soldier fined $1K and reprimanded for accessing porn on DND computer while on duty