Jordan Gill


Jordan Gill is a CBC reporter based out of Fredericton. He can be reached at

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Community of Haut-Madawaska pitches in to welcome newcomers from Togo

The rural community of Haut-Madawaska is soon to welcome 43 new residents to the area from the West African country of Togo.

Campobello receives mention, mistakes in Obama's latest memoir

Campobello Island is getting a little literary shine from the former president of the United States.

7 jobs lost at Moncton area control centre, says Nav Canada

Nav Canada has announced layoffs that will include positions at the company's Riverview location. The layoffs are part of 180 across the country.

Medical society welcomes mandatory stab, gunshot wound reporting

The New Brunswick Medical Society is applauding impending legislation which would mandate doctors to tell law enforcement about stabbings and bullet wounds.

Historic Black settlement Willow Grove to be honoured by Canada Post

Community outside Saint John will receive a stamp during next year's Black History Month

170 years ago today, Great Fredericton Fire left 2,000 people homeless

Today marks the anniversary of a disaster that wiped out three city blocks and the homes of 2,000 people in the New Brunswick capital.

N.B. COVID-19 roundup: Campbellton region 'on verge' of return to red phase after new cases

More restrictions have been announced for the Campbellton region, which recorded three new cases of COVID-19 Thursday, almost two weeks after it was pushed back to the orange phase of recovery.  

Local governance minister determined to tackle municipal reform

New Brunswick's new local government minister is committing to reviewing the province's local government system.

Councillor apologizes, doesn't resign, for using racist language

A Fredericton city councillor who used racist words after a Black Lives Matter presentation last week apologized Monday but did not say he would resign.

Kings Landing sees lower attendance as season winds down

The COVID-19 pandemic may have lowered the number of people going to the Kings Landing Historical Settlement, but the museum's CEO still considers the season a success.