Alyssa Gould is a reporter with CBC New Brunswick based in Fredericton.
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NB Power CEO confident Joi Scientific investigations 'will go away'
NB Power has paid the Florida company $13 million in licensing fees for technology that claims to be able to convert seawater to hydrogen energy on demand.
Fredericton's very own chili cook-off king
How beef, broth and beans brought Michael Lesperance, award-winning chili cook and cook-off enthusiast, to tears.
Samuel de Champlain expert is back by popular demand
For the second year in a row, professor Paul Bogaard is making his way to St. Martin's to give the public a presentation on the historic community.
Heat wave forcing people with health conditions to hide indoors
People suffering from respiratory illnesses such as cystic fibrosis have to kick it up a notch when trying to keep cool during the heat wave this week.
Flood-hazard mapping coming to province in 2019
Rising water levels and heavier precipitation brought on by climate change have pushed both provincial and federal governments to invest in flood-hazard mapping.
Testing for HIV has never been faster
People at risk of HIV exposure can find out in less than a minute today if they have the virus.
Don Bossé gives up his classroom baton, but not his love for music
After decades of teaching and pushing for better arts programs in schools, Don Bossé is passing on the baton.
The final piece of the stained glass puzzle in place at UNB
After 13 months of meticulous work, Ned Bowes has finished the stained glass restoration project at UNB's Memorial Hall.
Fastidious museum crew gets Lancaster bomber ready for next phase of curious life
Not long before the Lancaster KB 882 settled down in Edmundston for half a century, the plane was keeping its Cold War eyes and ears on Russians off the East Coast.
Lincoln wetland becomes outdoor classroom for students
Taking advantage of a nearby nature destination, Lincoln Elementary Community School has made outdoor exploring part of the curriculum.