Jordan Gill


Jordan Gill is a CBC reporter based out of Fredericton. He can be reached at

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Monuments damaged after car crashes into cemetery in Millville

A rural New Brunswick community is looking for information after someone crashed their vehicle into a local cemetery, damaging several monuments.

8th Canadian Hussars celebrate 175 years

A well-known New Brunswick military unit is celebrating its 175th birthday this weekend.

Miramichi bridge closure postponed until next year, says transportation minister

Full closure of Miramichi’s Centennial Bridge have been pushed back a year because of supply chain issues, according to the province’s transportation minister.

Crime maps back by popular demand, says Fredericton police chief

Fredericton police are bringing back a tool they hope will leave residents more aware of the number and nature of crime taking place in their neighbourhoods, but one criminologist is doubtful it will have any impact on crime.

New festival looks to bring jazz vibes to Fredericton this summer

Fredericton's Jazz on Wolastoq Festival is looking to fill several downtown venues with the sounds of jazz, fusion, funk and soul.

New Brunswick Jewish community sees growth for 1st time in 30 years

New Brunswick’s Jewish population has grown for the first time in 30 years according to religious data released as part of the 2021 census.

Pink Lobster showcases LGBT filmmakers

Robert Gray says that in a world where the LGBT community is increasingly coming under attack, having a space for the community to tell their stories is important. "We've left COVID … many of us feeling very isolated," said Gray, the producer of the Pink Lobster film festival.

WestJet won't fly to Toronto from Charlottetown Airport this summer

WestJet will not be resuming its direct flight route from Charlottetown to Toronto this summer, according to airport CEO Doug Newson.

New Brunswick ends Canada Games with 16 medals

Team N.B. picked up 16 medals at the Canada Games ending Sunday in P.E.I.

Saint John daycare centre has licence revoked by province

An early learning and child-care centre in Saint John has had its operating licence revoked by the province, leaving parents of 40 children searching for alternatives.