Angela Bosse is a reporter with CBC New Brunswick.
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Escuminac disaster survivor remembers fateful day 60 years ago
Aldore McIntyre had just turned 17 when he went out on a fishing boat with his father and younger brother the day in 1959 a hurricane devastated the small port of Escuminac, N.B. The McIntyres survived, but 35 people died.
Grand Falls paramedics program suspended because of low enrolment
Students who applied to the program in Grand Falls will be offered seats at the Campbellton campus, where the program is taught every year.
City of Fredericton to play a supporting role in plastics ban, councillor says
Fredericton councillors say they support Ottawa's decision to ban single-use plastics by 2021, but the city is unlikely to take any measures until then to curb plastic pollution.
Drake encounter? Friends from N.B. win trip to see Raptors in NBA Finals
Joshua Lewis and Dylan Dickson both work at the Chatham Atlantic Superstore and won a company-sponsored contest for a trip to Toronto to see the Raptors play in Sunday's NBA Finals game.
How a UNB student spent his summers making a major discovery in GPS technology
Connor Flynn, now a chemistry masters student at the University of New Brunswick, has discovered the source of frequent irregularities in GPS navigation signals.
Construction to begin on north side of Princess Margaret Bridge in Fredericton
The Department of Transportation and Infrastructure said a vehicle struck the underpass this winter and repairs are needed for safety reasons.
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.
French immersion entry point remains at Grade 1 — for now
Education Minister Dominic Cardy says the New Brunswick government is keeping the French immersion entry point at Grade 1 for at least a year.
CUPE ends sit-in outside social development minister's office
Nursing home union negotiators end three-day sit-in outside office of social development minister Dorothy Shephard, but says fight is far from over.
Sewage spill caused by flood a reminder of what not to flush
High water overwhelmed Fredericton's sewer system, causing manholes in some low-lying neighbourhoods to overflow and spill onto the streets and people's property.
Several N.B. communities still flooded despite receding water levels
Water levels in Jemseg, Grand Lake, Sheffield and Saint John are still all above flood stage.
N.B. water levels to remain above flood stage for several days
Water levels are expected to rise in some areas and then start dropping over the next few days along the St. John River, but it still could be days before they fall below flood stage.
Road closures likely mean delays for Monday commute
People encouraged to check New Brunswick 511 for road closure information before travelling.
Heavy winds and high waves hit Grand Lake residents
Winds gusting up to 60 km/h are causing three to four foot waves in some areas around Grand Lake, N.B. "It's like an ocean here today … It's impacted everybody," resident says.
Power restored after fire destroys Fredericton building under construction
Power has been restored to surrounding areas as crews work to finish demolishing the building. The section of Regent Street is still blocked off.