CBC News canada
Expanded Saint John bio-bank would help cardiac research
Cardiac specialists and researchers hope an expanded Saint John bio-bank, where tissue and blood samples are stored after heart surgeries, will lead to a greater understanding of heart disease and heart failure.
Province 'assured' Moncton a third homeless shelter will open in coming months
While the City of Moncton says it has been 'assured' by the provincial government that a third homeless shelter will open in the coming months, the province won't confirm that and says instead it is focused on "long-term solutions."
Is climate change causing the recent floods along the St. John River?
For the second straight year, floodwater reached historic levels along parts of the St. John River. For the second straight year, homes were evacuated and the Trans-Canada Highway was closed. Is it a statistical anomaly? Or is it an indication of what's to come?
RCMP investigate death of 76-year-old man at St. Croix border crossing
The "sudden death" of a 76-year-old man from Quebec at the St Croix border crossing forced the rerouting of traffic Sunday night.
Fixing fiscal fumble at NB Liquor cost agency $404K
A recurring error by NB Liquor over multiple years, where senior executives and board members lost track of when their fiscal year ended, cost the agency — and the province — more than $404,000 over seven days in 2018, CBC News has learned.