Right whale struggles in fishing gear Monday
Air Date: Aug 31, 2017 11:23 AM AT
Video obtained by Radio-Canada and taken by a government aircraft shows right whale 3245 entangled in ropes Monday. Officials are still trying to confirm if it has since freed itself.
Latest New Brunswick News Headlines
Master carpenter Jeremy Burrill felt boxed out of the casket market by local funeral homes. So he came up with an Ikea-like alternative for $699.
University of New Brunswick student Javon Masters is only 26 points away from becoming the all-time leading scorer in U Sports basketball history.
Heavy rain caused water levels to rise in Hoyt, N.B., on Saturday morning. The small New Brunswick community was decimated by flooding.
The small New Brunswick community was decimated by flooding like many parts of New Brunswick.
Top News Headlines
- Former Ontario PC leader Patrick Brown sends notice of libel to CTV News
- New parental leave planned in budget aims to get women into workforce
- Second Opinion | Long flight? Staying home and binge watching TV? Risk of deep vein thrombosis either way
- Canada triumphs over Czechs to win Olympic men's hockey bronze
- Becca Schofield, N.B. teen who inspired #BeccaToldMeTo campaign, has died
- Cabela's closes Moncton store after less than 3 years
- Becca Schofield's final act of kindness shared at funeral
- Man rescues himself from ice floe on Petitcodiac River
- Odd squirrel sighting could make you think you've gone nuts
- EMO wants Fredericton residents to be ready to head for hills, if necessary
- First Nations Mrs. Universe winner shares how culture saved her
- What's closed on Family Day in N.B.
- Ice floe rider, IDed as infamous Moncton 'park golfer,' faces 6 charges
- Sign of the times: 92-year-old Moncton business told it's broken heritage law
- Longtime UNB lecturer alleges racism after being passed over for job
- Strike-throwing Saint John native joins Blue Jays for spring training