Shane Magee


Shane Magee is a Moncton-based reporter for CBC. He can be reached at and on Twitter at @mageecbc.

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Man accused of going maskless at Moncton store in 2020 goes on trial

A trial for a Riverview man accused of not wearing a mask at a grocery store in Moncton in 2020 began Wednesday, one of several cases that involve the same people ticketed or charged more than a year ago.

Crown wraps case after 7 officers testify about pair accused of violating pandemic rules

Seven RCMP officers testified on the first day of the trial of two Bathurst residents accused of violating New Brunswick's pandemic restrictions at what several officers described as an anti-mask protest last year in Moncton.

Moncton to study switching bus fleet from diesel to electric

Moncton is undertaking a study of what it could take to switch its public transit fleet to electric power.

Province says some workers may not see back pay until end of June

After missing several deadlines, the New Brunswick government says some of its employees owed back pay under new collective agreements may not see the money until next month.

A changing Petitcodiac River reveals a piece of Moncton history

A stone pier that once held up the fourth Gunningsville Bridge hidden in muddy Petitcodiac River shore has emerged into view as the tidal river changes following the opening of the upstream causeway.

N.B. seeks approval to dredge waterway behind Parlee Beach

The New Brunswick government is seeking environmental approval to dredge a channel and lagoon behind Parlee Beach to improve drainage. 

Arrest made in long-running Moncton fraud investigation

An arrest has been made in a long-running investigation of alleged fraud by an executive at a Moncton business development agency who then disappeared.

Murder trial considers admissibility of victim's statements about prior threats

A murder trial in Moncton on Monday moved into legal arguments about whether hearsay statements from the victim regarding threats from the man accused of killing her can be used in the case.

Psychiatrist says man who fatally stabbed partner likely had drug-induced psychosis

A psychiatrist who evaluated Calvin Lewis says the man accused of murdering his partner two years ago likely experienced drug-induced psychosis at the time of the alleged crime. 

Accused murderer testifies about stabbing partner, says he feels guilty

A man accused of murdering his partner two years ago testified in his own defence Wednesday, suggesting that his actions were a reaction to her plans to kill him and that he feels guilty.