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Body found in St. John River identified as missing Saint John man
A body pulled from the St. John River near Grand Bay-Westfield over the weekend has been identified as Peter Hoellwarth.
From casinos to cannabis: how a tiny First Nation forged a big business empire
How a small Edmundston-area band with an all-women leadership became one of the most prosperous First Nations in the New Brunswick.
Angler questions city's decision to ban fishing on Spruce Lake
Saint John resident scratches head over "no fishing" signs around commonly fished lake inside city limits.
3 little pigs make N.B. their home
The caretakers of three not-so-little pigs are hoping their journey from Ontario to New Brunswick will end with them living in the comfort of their own purpose-built barn, strong enough to withstand the huffs and puffs of any big bad wolf.
Premiers' much-hyped internal trade deal hasn't amounted to much
On the day they released the Canadian Free Trade Agreement in 2017, all the provincial and territorial trade ministers were given a symbolic pair of golden scissors to remind them to start cutting interprovincial trade barriers. The trouble is, they aren't using them.