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Whooping cough outbreak in Fredericton region jumps to 22 confirmed cases
There are now 22 confirmed cases of whooping cough in the greater Fredericton area, including 19 school-aged children, according to the regional medical officer of health.
Snow crab industry gets $2M to find ways to reduce right whale entanglements
The snow crab industry in northern New Brunswick is getting more than $2 million over three years to implement a series of initiatives designed to reduce the risk of endangered North Atlantic right whales becoming entangled in fishing gear.
Police respond to man with weapon on St. Anne's Point Drive
An armed man who police described as "in distress" has been taken into custody without incident.
Former Aces coach sues Charlotte County Hockey Club
Emery Olauson claims he suffered financial stress, embarrassment and anxiety following his unexplained dismissal from the team after it was sold last month to Fredericton.
Lost story of teenage speed-skating sensation subject of new play
A world champion speed skater, born in Sackville more than 100 years ago, is the subject of a new play that will premiere in his hometown on Wednesday as part of the Bordertown Festival.
Fredericton museum reopens as city tries to identify source of oil smell
Expanded Saint John bio-bank would help cardiac research
Province 'assured' Moncton a third homeless shelter will open in coming months
Is climate change causing the recent floods along the St. John River?