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Higgs threatens election to quell rebellion over Policy 713
New Brunswick Premier Blaine Higgs said he was willing to call an election over changes to Policy 713, on protecting LGBTQ students, as he faced a rebellion from several of his top cabinet ministers Thursday.
N.B. minister makes 3 changes to LGBTQ-protection policy
New Brunswick's minister of education has revealed three revisions to a policy protecting LGBTQ students in schools, removing any mention of gender identity in the section about sports, and expanding on what happens if a child does not consent to their name and pronoun change being shared with parents.
Meet the marine pilots guiding huge ships into Saint John's notoriously difficult port
Many Saint Johners have a basic notion of what a harbour pilot does: guide large ships into Saint John’s infamously difficult port. What most people don’t realize is what that involves.
President of NBex accepts plan to develop race track for other uses
The president of the board for the New Brunswick Provincial Exhibition says he's ready to see a plan move ahead that would do away with a horse racing track for new uses, including possibly housing.
Nurse keeps trucking after leaving N.B. hospital job during the pandemic
Leah Gorham, 43, feels no regrets after leaving a 15-year nursing career at the Saint John Regional Hospital for life in a transport truck.
Civil liberties group concerned about 'domino effect' of LGBTQ-protection policy review
Irving Oil considers sale of company as part of strategic review
Evictions cancelled after Campbellton tenants win appeal at tribunal
Fire-safety products company loses licence amid complaints of dangerous in-home demonstrations
More seating, room for pop-up vendors part of draft plan for Saint John City Market
PC caucus has found a consensus on Policy 713, education minister says
Cleanup underway after Fredericton truck crash
Province retracts $580K property-tax levy on Irving crude-oil tank farm
Transport truck plows into building near Fredericton roundabout
Higgs compromises on language law, but not enough for Liberals, Greens
Sanctuary provides forever home for farm animals like Nancy, a sheep with a new leg
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Premier speaks out after ministers denounce lack of transparency on Policy 713 reviewCBC News New Brunswick4 hours ago
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New Brunswick’s education minister announces changes to Policy 713CBC News New Brunswick4 hours ago
- Duration 6:42
Meet the harbour pilots who guide huge ships into Saint John’s difficult portCBC News New Brunswick11 hours ago
- Duration 1:52
Nurse who took up trucking at the height of the pandemic hasn't looked backCBC News New Brunswick11 hours ago
- Duration 30:59
CBC Atlantic Tonight June 07, 2023News Halifax (Late Night)18 hours ago
- Duration 31:04
CBC New Brunswick News June 07, 2023CBC News New Brunswick23 hours ago
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Cleanup underway after Fredericton truck crashCBC News New Brunswick1 day ago
- Duration 0:34
Decision by end of week on policy that guarantees support for LGBTQ studentsCBC News New Brunswick1 day ago
- Duration 5:19
Despite losing a leg, Nancy the sheep found a way to keep movingCBC News New Brunswick1 day ago
- Duration 30:59
CBC Atlantic Tonight June 06, 2023News Halifax (Late Night)2 days ago
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