Angela Bosse

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Angela Bosse is a reporter with CBC New Brunswick. Story tip? angela.bosse@cbc.ca

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Shediac singer wins 2nd place at world karaoke championships in Tokyo

New Brunswick has its own karaoke world champ. Katey Day-Reick placed second in the world at the Karaoke World Championships in Tokyo.

Shortage of classroom space in Fredericton puts students in 46 portables

Schools in the Fredericton area are turning to portable classrooms to fill the need for more classroom space as the city's population grows.

Hunt for killer Allan Legere a vivid memory for former Chatham police officer

Serial killer Allan Legere was captured 30 years ago today after 201 days at large, during which time he murdered four people in the Miramchi area. Former Chatham police constable Kenneth McGee remembers everything like it was yesterday.

Fire in Bathurst area leaves young couple without a home

A house fire early Saturday morning outside of Bathurst, N.B., has displaced a young couple. The fire was reported around 4 a.m. in the rural community of South Tetagouche.

Fredericton emergency shelter expected to open 'soon,' but location still unknown

The cold weather has officially arrived, but an out-of-the-cold shelter has yet to open in Fredericton.

Snow, freezing rain continue in parts of New Brunswick

Freezing rain and winter storm warnings continue for parts of central and northwestern New Brunswick as the storm continues into Tuesday night. 

Victory quilt brings back faded memories of wartime

For those waiting on the home front during wartime, victory quilts were an important symbol of the ultimate goal — winning the war and welcoming their loved ones home

Right whale's death caused by entanglement in Canadian gear, says conservation group

The death of a 40-year-old male right whale found floating in U.S. waters was caused by entanglement in Canadian fishing gear. That is the finding of a necropsy performed by the Atlantic Marine Conservation Society.

Death of two dogs caused by deadly bacteria in Sackville

Two dogs have died after coming into contact with deadly bacteria leptospirosis in Sackville.

How did N.B.'s Big Potato end up in a CarMax commercial?

No, your eyes don't deceive you. A shot of Harvey's Big Potato in Maugerville can be seen in a recent CarMax commercial.

N.B. municipalities call on province to relocate urban deer

A resolution to ask the provincial government to intervene to relocate nuisance deer was passed by the Union of the Municipalities of New Brunswick on Sunday.

How to repel ticks with plants and landscaping

Conference brings together experts from across the Maritimes to share knowledge about tick protection.

Higgs government plans to seize partly completed dry dock from Quebec company

The New Brunswick government has filed a court injunction to take possession of a nearly completed dry dock built by Quebec shipping company Groupe Océan using provincial funding.

Feeding sharks caught on video in Passamaquoddy Bay

So far there have been two sightings of sharks feeding on seals, encounters a St. Andrews whale watching tour company owner calls 'not normal.'

Fires at Evolve Festival grounds being investigated as arson

Fires at the Evolve Festival property near Beersville, N.B., on Friday are being investigated as arson. Beersville Fire Chief Mark Perry said it appeared to him that the fires had been burning for an hour or two before first responders arrived.