Marie Sutherland

Marie Sutherland is a web writer with CBC New Brunswick based in Saint John. You can reach her at

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N.B. COVID-19 roundup: Atlantic bubble postponed until May 3

The Council of Atlantic Premiers issued a news release saying a travel bubble among the four Atlantic provinces has been delayed by at least another two weeks to May 3.

N.B. First Nation wins historic $145M land claim settlement after decades-long battle

Federal government has agreed to pay out $145 million to the Madawaska First Nation in the largest federal land claim settlement in Maritime history.

N.B. COVID-19 roundup: Teachers union asks province to reconsider in-person high school classes

A person age 60 to 69 has died of COVID-19, the second New Brunswicker to die of the disease this week

N.B. COVID-19 roundup: Man in his 30s has died, 14 new cases reported

Cases in the Edmundston region continue to mount, with 11 of 14 new cases announced Wednesday and the death of a person in their 30s.

As toll rises from N.B.'s mystery brain disease, Public Health pledges 'regular updates'

The death toll of a neurological disease found only in New Brunswick has risen from a previously reported five people to six, according to the neurologist leading the province's investigation.

What's the cure for vaccine-rollout hiccups? N.B. pharmacist has some thoughts

Why flu clinics run so much more smoothly than COVID clinics, and how we could get both on the same page.

N.B. COVID-19 roundup: 12 new cases, premier rolls up his sleeve for AstraZeneca vaccine

Higgs says he feels 'very at ease and comfortable' about getting the vaccine, which has been paused for use on those under 55.

N.B. COVID-19 roundup: AstraZeneca pause won't delay vaccine rollout, Russell says

New Brunswick has pressed pause on administering the AstraZeneca-Oxford vaccine at clinics or to anyone under 55, citing a "rarity of serious side-effects," but will continue to administer it to those over 55.

New Brunswickers share their personal mental health messages in striking exhibit

Andrea Donovan wanted to find a unique way to give the silent struggle a voice. She found the answer in a camera lens.

N.B. COVID-19 roundup: 13 new cases as Edmundston rides out four-day 'circuit breaker'

Public Health reported 13 new cases Friday, all of them in the Edmundston region, Zone 4.