Halloween may still be a few weeks away but Saint John got an early start on the spookiness.
Saturday was the city's annual zombie walk and as the CBC's Matthew Bingley reports, it's all for a good cause.
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This is the full videotaped statement Dennis Oland gave to Saint John police on July 7, 2011. It was shown to the jury at his murder trial in two segments on Tuesday and Wednesday.
Cancer patient John Paciga challenges airline for ticket refund and gets $1,700 back
New Brunswick's Premier Brian Gallant says a conversation about climate change has to happen while the Energy East pipeline is being built.
The possibility of a lost Loyalist burial ground beneath a parking lot near Saint John's Tin Can Beach is still a mystery after archeological tests came back inconclusive.