Isabelle Leger

Isabelle Leger is a reporter based out of Fredericton. You can reach her at isabelle.leger@cbc.ca

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Moncton woven prayer rug exhibit brings together Muslim and Indigenous cultures

An exhibit of woven prayer rugs made by Indigenous and Muslim artists is now on display at Resurgo Place.

Fire destroys New Brunswick boat repair business

A boat repair business in Savoy Landing has been destroyed by fire.

Edmundston music icon Gilles Guerette has died at 91

Gilles Guerette, an icon in Edmundston’s music scene, has died. He was 91. 

N.B. COVID-19 roundup: 6 new cases reported Sunday

New Brunswick Public Health reported a total of six new cases of COVID-19 in three zones Sunday. 

Moncton man missing since last month found dead

A 65-year-old man from Moncton who was reported missing last month has been found dead.

Sections of Cosy Cabins Motel heavily damaged by fire

No one was injured, but a portion of the Cosy Cabins Motel in Woodstock has been destroyed after catching fire Friday night.

N.B. COVID-19 roundup: Fifth death in a week reported at Grand Falls care home

New Brunswick Public Health reported the fifth death related to a COVID-19 outbreak at a Grand Falls special care home in one week.

2 New Brunswick veterans awarded France's Legion of Honour

New Brunswick veterans Alexandre Mallet and Réginald Basque have received France’s highest honour for their contributions in the Second World War.

Ministers Island works on livelier, tastier offerings and a longer season

After years of restoration work, Ministers Island is ready to celebrate with restaurant-style dining, entertainment and history brought to life.

Walmart to create 200 jobs in Moncton with new distribution centre

Walmart announced Thursday it’s building an expansive distribution centre in Moncton next year, its first in Atlantic Canada. 

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