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

Latest from Elizabeth Fraser

Town of St. Stephen working with industry to find jobs for laid-off Arauco workers

A day after dozens of job losses were announced in St. Stephen, the town is coming together to find solutions for laid-off workers.

Woman struck by CN train returned to tracks to grab her bag, police say

A woman struck by a train in Moncton on Tuesday night had been pulled to safety but ran back to the tracks to get her bag, police say.

Commercial building gutted after early morning fire in Campbellton

Firefighters were dispatched to the former convenience store at 46 Water St. early Wednesday after the building's alarm went off.

Moncton fire forces 18 people from their homes, injures 1 firefighter

At least 18 people have been forced from their homes after a fire broke out at a rooming house in Moncton on Tuesday night.

NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh hurts party when he ignores New Brunswick, former MP says

The federal election is two months away, and the New Democratic Party still doesn't have a candidate in any of the 10 New Brunswick ridings.

Digging into what an archeological assessment will look like at Officers' Square

Officers' Square in Fredericton will undergo an archeological impact assessment to protect possible artifacts in the downtown park, but what does that mean exactly? 

Saint John group tracks migration of monarch butterflies — one tag at a time

Point Lepreau has become a popular travel destination for Monarch butterflies.

Elvis impersonator shares A Big Hunk O'Love at nursing homes in Saint John

The King is back, but he's traded the concert stage for nursing homes in Saint John. 

Fredericton buckles down on flood planning after money from Ottawa, public meetings

Public meetings on how Fredericton should adapt to flooding have underscored the long-term impact floods have on people, says a city official.

Officers' Square project to undergo archeological assessment

Efforts to revitalize Officers’ Square in downtown Fredericton took another twist this week with the announcement that First Nations will be consulted and a third party will do an archeological impact assessment.

Fredericton council sets up working group to get more women into municipal politics

Fredericton city council is taking steps to improve gender diversity on city committees and create a more inviting space for women in municipal politics. 

Horizon Health worries about losing nursing grads to perception it isn't hiring

A vice-president at Horizon Health is worried a perception is developing that the network isn't hiring any permanent full-time nurses.

City prepares for construction on Fredericton's Bill Thorpe Walking Bridge

City crews are preparing for the closure of Fredericton’s Bill Thorpe Walking Bridge next month.

Lives that changed in an instant when their loved ones were killed Aug. 10, 2018

Families and friends reflect of the Fredericton shooting victims reflect on one year anniversary today.

One year later: Residents gather to remember 4 victims of Fredericton shooting

People in Fredericton will be honouring the four victims from last year's shooting in Fredericton by holding hands along the St. John River.