Elizabeth Fraser

Reporter/Editor

Elizabeth Fraser is a reporter/editor with CBC New Brunswick based in Fredericton. She's originally from Manitoba. Story tip? elizabeth.fraser@cbc.ca

Latest from Elizabeth Fraser

Meet the Keswick Ridge, N.B., farmer growing apples as old as King Louis XIII

Daryl Hunter has a collection of historical apples in his backyard on Keswick Ridge.

How a piece of the Berlin Wall ended up in a backyard in Keswick Ridge

Earl Gilbey keeps a bit of history in his own backyard.

Fredericton man 'gives back to nature' with bee and butterfly oasis in his yard

When it comes to his lawn, Rhett Wyntjes doesn't care what the neighbours think. But he does care about the species that live there.

Looking for the perfect selfie? Springhill Road in Fredericton has got you covered

Tucked away near one of Fredericton's busiest streets, people are lining up their vehicles to get photos taken next to a cow pasture.

N.B. COVID-19 roundup: 2 more deaths, 75 new cases, up to 64 hospitalizations by Friday possible

COVID-19 has claimed the lives of two more New Brunswickers and 75 more people have become infected with the virus, Public Health reported Monday.

New Brunswickers need this day as a day to remember and reflect, chiefs say

St. Mary’s First Nation Chief Alan Polchies Jr. calls out the province for keeping schools open on the first National Day for Truth and Reconciliation, and he offers suggestions for how to honour and reflect on the day.

Crabbe Mountain expands to make room for Canada Winter Games in 2023

Crabbe Mountain is expanding in preparation for the Canada Winter Games in 2023.

N.B. COVID-19 roundup: 2 more deaths, Higgs issues clarification about positive cases avoiding isolation

COVID-19 has claimed the lives of two more New Brunswickers and infected 68 more people, Public Health reported Tuesday.

If Tim Hortons can succeed at Roll Up the Rim, it can get staff vaccinated, customer says

A Perth-Andover man is calling on businesses like Tim Hortons to get their employees vaccinated.

Hunters instructed to extract moose and bear teeth

Big-game hunting has taken a sharp twist in New Brunswick this year.

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