Gary Moore is a video journalist based in Fredericton.
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Fredericton teen who took her own life remembered at drive-by vigil
A vigil was held Sunday evening to remember Lexi Daken, 16, who died by suicide on Wednesday.
New aviation course takes flight at Woodstock High School
Woodstock High School is offering a new aviation program this semester. Students in the course will not only earn a credit toward graduation, but have the groundwork required to obtain a pilot's licence.
Small earthquake recorded in N.B. Sunday morning
There was a small earthquake in northern New Brunswick early Sunday morning. According to Natural Resources Canada, a 2.6-magnitude earthquake was recorded in a wooded area just south of Mount Carleton Provincial Park at 4:23 a.m AT.
Special skates honour Willie O'Ree for breaking NHL colour barrier
Willie O'Ree is being honoured this week. Some NHL players are wearing special skates that picture his face, hockey number and inspirational words.
Group looks to add troubled WW1 veteran's name to Fredericton war memorial
Lt. Charles Blair fought in the First World War, but because of the way he died, his name isn’t on the war memorial in his hometown of Fredericton. Some people are looking to change that.
N.B.'s Chinese community celebrates new year online
The Chinese Cultural Association of New Brunswick is hosting its annual Chinese New Year gala virtually Friday night, instead of a live performance for several hundred people.
Black community in Fredericton always had a home with rugby club
Black rugby players felt accepted with the Loyalist Rugby Club in Fredericton dating back to the early 1970s, when the first Black person joined the squad.
N.B. podcast host hopes to shake stigma around men's mental health
A New Brunswick man started a podcast to help cope with his own mental health struggles and hopes it can shake the stigma around men's mental health.
Fredericton mom grateful after son's life-saving bracelet plucked from sewer line
A Fredericton mother, who has a child with autism, is happy to have her son's lifesaving bracelet back after it was flushed down the toilet.
Beaver Harbour, N.B., man is the latest to join elite supercentenarian club
A man from Beaver Harbour, N.B., joins the elite supercentenarian club on Saturday when he turns 110.