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From gold rings to 'this thingy,' Moncton senior earns $65K in online auction
Barbara Elias has been raising funds for charity through an online auction she joined three years ago.
N.B. COVID-19 roundup: 7 new cases reported, suspected 4th case of variant detected
A fourth case of the coronavirus variant first reported in the U.K. has been detected in New Brunswick, says Premier Blaine Higgs.
Bird lovers urged to put feeders away after discovery of deadly parasite
New Brunswickers are being urged to keep an eye on their bird feeders as a deadly parasite makes its way across New Brunswick's capital.
Small businesses affected by lockdown offered provincial grants — but many don't qualify
Many New Brunswick business owners are worried about the future of their business after learning they don’t qualify for provincial grants aimed to help small businesses in the COVID-19 pandemic.
Virtual learning adds to university students' skills, says economics professor
Online learning during the COVID-19 pandemic has allowed university students to develop a wide array of new skills, says an associate professor of economics.
N.B. COVID-19 roundup: 14 new cases, Russell sees no need for special EMO centre
New Brunswick's chief medical officer of health says a co-ordinated emergency measures centre wouldn't serve the Edmundston region because government players are already involved.
Slippery roads keep many New Brunswick schools closed a 2nd day
Poor road conditions after Tuesday's storm are keeping many schools closed for a second day, and travel isn't recommended on a northwestern stretch of the Trans-Canada Highway.
Tens of thousands of patients wait for family doctor in New Brunswick
Thousands of people have been added since the fall to the waiting list for a family doctor in New Brunswick, according to figures released by the province.
Travel not recommended on Trans-Canada Highway as winter storm sets in
A major snowstorm started pummelling parts of the province Tuesday morning, causing slippery roads and keeping schools and many businesses closed.
Elections N.B. chief calls for end to government appointment of returning officers
New Brunswick elections should be run by staff hired by Elections NB, not appointed by the provincial cabinet, says Kim Poffenroth, the chief electoral officer.