Nola Keeler

Nola Keeler is an award-winning journalist who has worked with CBC in Whitehorse, Yukon and Edmonton since 2000. She has worked as a host, reporter, news reader and producer for CBC. Send story ideas to

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Saint John non-profits plan to renovate shuttered north end home

The Saint John Tool Library, Land Bank and One Change are hoping their upcoming renovation project will be a first step in easing the housing shortage in the port city.

Transport truck accident causes disruption to cell service in Sussex area

An accident near Roachville, N.B,. has interrupted cell phone service to many people in the Sussex area.

RCMP investigate 'financial irregularities' at lieutenant-governor's office

New Brunswick RCMP are investigating a complaint of “financial irregularities” at the lieutenant-governor’s office.

3 more cases of legionnaires' disease confirmed in Moncton

An outbreak of legionnaires' disease in the Moncton area has grown with three more confirmed cases.

Report recommends hefty pay hikes for Fredericton city council

A consultant's report recommends a pay raise of 13.5 per cent for Fredericton’s mayor and 29 per cent for councillors.

Two conversion therapy survivors want protections for LGBTQ youth

Two gay men who survived traumatic attempts to make them straight want young New Brunswickers protected from conversion therapy.

Saint John police investigate alleged attack in Rockwood Park

Saint John police are investigating after a 36-year-old woman reported she was the victim of an assault Friday night.

Man injured, service dog dies in camper fire in Penobsquis

A Ontario man is hurt and the family's service dog is dead after a camper fire at the Pine Cone Campground on Saturday.

Previously entangled right whale spotted free of gear

A North Atlantic right whale that was seen entangled in fishing gear in late June has now been spotted swimming free of any gear, according to Fisheries and Oceans Canada.

3 people charged in relation to Fredericton north side standoff

Three people have been charged in connection with a standoff on Fredericton's north side earlier this week that closed streets and kept officers with their guns drawn for much of the day.

Moncton's new Centennial pool won't open until 2020

A new pool at Moncton’s Centennial Park will not be opening this year after all.

Fredericton police arrest 4 after sealing off streets for hours

Fredericton police arrested four people after an incident Wednesday on the north side that closed streets and kept some officers standing with their guns drawn for much of the day.

New Brunswick archives head not worried about getting through backlog

Fred Farrell, the director of the provincial archives, says the archives can't estimate the size of the backlog because new material arrivesevery day.

Strategy needed to address teacher shortage, says Anglophone East superintendent

After a tough few years attracting teachers to the province, the head of the Anglophone East School District is calling for an educational resource strategy, similar to the one the province announced earlier this month for nursing.

More people without seatbelts dying in car crashes, RCMP say

The number of crash victims who weren't wearing seatbelts and died of their injuries increased last year, according to a New Brunswick RCMP report.