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AFN annual assembly kicks off in Fredericton
The Assembly of First Nations will open its 40th annual general assembly in the Fredericton region on Tuesday.
St. Mary's NB chief takes diversion route following sexual assault charge
On the day before the 40th Assembly of First Nations’ annual general assembly officially begins in Fredericton, the chief of the local St. Mary’s First Nation was busy rallying support to keep his name on the agenda for the opening ceremonies.
Latest Sisson Mine approval leaves First Nations, conservation groups uneasy
For two years, Nick Polchies of Woodstock First Nation and his dog Arizona have been waking up in the woods, on land that someday, and for centuries to come, could be a toxic tailings pond.
Canada needs more empathetic, responsive immigration system, panellists say
Canada’s immigration system needs to be become more empathetic and responsive to today’s challenges, according to a panel of immigrants living in New Brunswick.
Oromocto First Nation celebrates first new homes built in more than 10 years
For the first time in more than a decade a new home has been built in Oromocto First Nation.
9th right whale reported dead off N.S. may have been counted twice, so total stays at 8
Indigenous people don't want to be excluded from snow crab fishery, national chief says
Startup proposes large-scale solar farm in northern New Brunswick