Elizabeth Fraser

Reporter/Editor

Elizabeth Fraser is a reporter/editor with CBC New Brunswick based in Fredericton. She's originally from Manitoba. Story tip? elizabeth.fraser@cbc.ca

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Poley Mountain ski hill cuts 200 seasonal jobs after Sussex area moves to red phase

The mayor of Sussex has confirmed 200 seasonal staff at Poley Mountain have been laid off after parts of the province moved to the red phase of COVID-19 recovery this week.

Letters from around the world buoy Fredericton chamber CEO worried about local businesses

When Krista Ross's teenage daughter started to accompany her to the mailbox at the end of their street every day, the CEO of the Fredericton Chamber of Commerce didn't think anything of it.

N.B. COVID-19 roundup: 18 new cases, province restricts unnecessary travel

New Brunswick has re-introduced restrictions on unnecessary travel into the province in a bid to slow the spread of COVID-19 and to keep the highly contagious U.K. and South African strains out.

New group calls on Higgs government for better tenant protection

Tenants living in Saint John have started a group to better protect renters from evictions in New Brunswick.

N.B. COVID-19 roundup: 24 new cases, outbreaks at 2 more long-term care homes

There are 24 new cases of COVID-19 in New Brunswick, outbreaks at two more long-term care facilities and 836 people in isolation across the province, either because they have respiratory disease or may have been exposed to a positive case, the chief medical officer of health announced Thursday.

Shooting victim is a teacher at Riverview High School, school says

The victim of a shooting on Riverview High School property Tuesday was a teacher at the school, the school confirms in a letter posted on its website.

N.B. COVID-19 roundup: Entire province back to orange, new cases hit record high of 27

Public Health announced a record number of COVID-19 cases in New Brunswick on Tuesday and a rollback of every zone in the province to the orange phase.

Man accused of killing Mindy Godin is fit for trial, assessment finds

Mindy Godin was stabbed to death in front of her two boys at their Grand Falls home four days before Christmas.

Fredericton teens who met after near-fatal crash remain friends a year later

Fredericton teen Hanna Bordage had always dreamed of being a doctor because of her love of science and the TV show Grey's Anatomy. Then tragedy struck when Bordage was driving home from school in a storm and struck Alex Nelson, another teen who was out for a walk. Their lives would become forever intertwined.

Deer cull program for needy families postponed because of COVID-19

New Brunswick's Department of Health postponed an assessment that would look at the risk of giving nuisance deer meat to dozens of low-income families in the Saint Andrews area.

Travis, the rooster who 'found his voice,' rescued from stew pot

It's been quite the journey for this city rooster. But after weeks of searching, his former owners finally found him a home in rural New Brunswick.

Moncton ER doctor had no idea her home was contaminated with COVID-19

A Moncton doctor is warning New Brunswickers to keep their bubbles small over the holidays, even though the entire province is in the yellow phase.

Domestic violence on the rise during COVID-19 — here's what you can do about it

COVID-19 has made it more difficult for women living in a violent relationship to get help.  

In their letters to Santa, Fredericton kids worry COVID-19 will stop him from coming this year

Kids who have been writing emails to Santa aren't so concerned about getting coal in their stockings this year — it's COVID-19 they're worried about.

Mindy Godin, stabbed to death in Grand Falls, 'had a big heart'

In one of their last conversations before Mindy Godin was slain, her cousin Mélanie Godin asked what Mindy's eldest son would like for Christmas.  

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