Sarah Morin is a reporter with CBC New Brunswick. She grew up in Thunder Bay and London, Ont. and moved to Fredericton for university. You can follow her on Twitter @sarrymorin or send a story tip to email@example.com.
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Active COVID-19 cases in New Brunswick drop to 3
Public Health is reporting one recovery from COVID-19 on Sunday, bringing the total number of active cases in New Brunswick down to three.
Fredericton gains new space for LGTBQ community
The LGBTQ community in Fredericton will soon have a new place to call home after a nightclub in the city closed a little over a month ago.
Some students not happy with plans for campus meals under COVID-19 restrictions
The COVID-19 pandemic is forcing universities to change the way it provides food to students, and some are finding the new plans hard to swallow.
No active or new cases of COVID-19 in N.B.
Two people with COVID-19 have recovered and there are now no active cases of the respiratory illness in the province, according to the Government of New Brunswick's COVID-19 Dashboard.
4-storey apartment on Beaverbrook Street gets OK from council
Fredericton city council has voted to allow the construction of a 48-unit apartment building on Beaverbrook Street, despite concerns of residents in the area about parking and the loss of trees.
COVID-19 forces closing of Fredericton's only LGBTQ nightclub
Losses attributed to COVID-19 have forced a popular LGBTQ nightclub in Fredericton to close its doors.
CN railway train carrying potash, woodchips derails in Saint John
An Canadian National Railway train carrying potash, woodchips and an empty car that had contained sulphur derailed over a gas pipeline in Saint John on Saturday night.
No new cases of COVID-19 reported Sunday
New Brunswick reported no new cases of COVID-19 on Sunday.
1 new case of COVID-19 in Campbellton region
Public Health is reporting a new case of COVID-19 in New Brunswick, one day after the province announced it was moving into its next stage of recovery.
AFN national chief calls for overhaul of policing in Canada
Assembly of First Nations National Chief Perry Bellegarde called for a complete overhaul of the policing system in Canada Sunday evening, just two days after a Metepenagiag First Nation man was shot and killed by RCMP.