Kate Letterick


Kate Letterick is a reporter with CBC New Brunswick.

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Southeastern N.B. residential hospice adds 'serenity garden' to mark first year

Southeastern New Brunswick's first residential hospice says it wants to bring comfort at all levels, not just in terms of pain management, but emotionally and spiritually.

Meeshe's Journey: how a middle school running club helped her cross the finish line

A middle school running club helps a young student overcome challenges to complete a 5K.

State of the child report recommends better accountability, other changes

The mental health of young New Brunswickers was identified as a leading concern of child and youth advocate Kelly Lamrock when he presented his office's annual state of the child report on Tuesday.

Mount Allison University plants specially engineered elms on campus

Mount Allison University is working to preserve and increase American elm trees on campus. The university is planting six specially engineered elms, designed to be resistant to Dutch elm disease.

Vitalité Health Network losing two oncology specialists in July

The Vitalité Health Network is losing two oncology specialists from the Dr. Georges-L.-Dumont University Hospital Centre at the end of July.

Moncton Ukrainian Club creating cultural hub to welcome newcomers

A former church building in downtown Moncton is becoming a community hub for people leaving the Ukraine.

Some voting-rule changes as 2 byelection campaigns in Miramichi get underway

Voters in Miramichi Bay-Neguac and Southwest Miramichi-Bay du Vin are heading to the polls June 20 to fill two vacant seats.

New arrival at Magnetic Hill Zoo brings primate family unit up to four

Magnetic Hill Zoo is asking the public for help naming a white-handed gibbon born in February. The baby boy joins parents K'nook and Rudee and brother Lek, who is two.

Port Elgin students enjoy the fruits of their labour from winterized greenhouse

Students at Port Elgin Regional School are tasting the fruits of their labour, as they enjoy a bounty of produce they grew in a winterized greenhouse.

Fredericton bids to host curling's Tournament of Hearts in 2024

The Cty of Fredericton is officially vying to host the Scotties Tournament of Hearts curling event in 2024.