Shane Magee

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Shane Magee is a Moncton-based reporter for CBC.

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Former Esgenoôpetitj chief Wilbur Dedam guilty of four sex crimes

Former Esgenoôpetitj First Nation chief Wilbur Dedam was found guilty of four sexual offences dating back decades by a judge in Miramichi court on Friday.

Moncton protester against COVID rules found fit after psychiatric evaluation

A Riverview man arrested during a protest against COVID-19 restrictions in Moncton last month was found fit to stand trial following a 30-day psychiatric evaluation. David Robert West, 54, will be released from custody and is next scheduled to appear in court April 6.

Man accused of manslaughter pleads guilty to separate drug charges

A man facing a manslaughter charge in connection with the March 2020 death of Erika Ann Vautour pleaded guilty to separate charges during an appearance in Moncton provincial court on Thursday.

Moncton planning committee OKs 12-storey downtown apartment building

Moncton’s planning advisory committee has given the go-ahead for a 12-storey downtown apartment building, which would be among the city’s tallest buildings.

Maine to award contract for new international bridge to Edmundston soon

Maine officials will open bids on Wednesday from three companies seeking to build a new international bridge linking the state and Edmundston, N.B.

Drug charges laid against son of Dieppe double homicide victims

An arrest warrant has been issued for the son of a Dieppe couple found dead in their homes in 2019 after he failed to appear in Moncton provincial court on Monday for drug charges. 

Warrant issued after anti-mask protester skips Moncton court appearance

A Moncton judge issued an arrest warrant Monday after a person arrested and charged following an anti-mask protest missed his court appearance. 

Boarded-up windows raise questions about future of Moncton's historic Subway Block

Peeling paint, windows papered over or boarded up, and homeless people sleeping in tents in the doorways. The condition of Moncton’s century old Subway Block, vacant for years, has led to questions about the three-storey brick building’s future.

Moncton creating uniformed 'community officers' to patrol city, enforce bylaws

The City of Moncton, N.B., is creating a uniformed force of what it calls "community officers" to patrol the city and enforce municipal bylaws beginning later this year.

Moncton plans to start Panacadie Trail this year with new boardwalk

This spring the City of Moncton plans to the start the first phase of a new seven-kilometre trail linking the city's riverfront to Mapleton Park. The first section is expected to include a boardwalk near Halls Creek northeast of downtown.

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