Gabrielle Fahmy

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Gabrielle Fahmy is a reporter based in Moncton. She's been a journalist with the CBC since 2014.

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Congo bids for 2021 Francophonie Games following province's withdrawal

Officials are evaluating whether to hold the 2021 Francophonie Games in the Democratic Republic of Congo and will make a recommendation about the country's candidacy at a meeting Thursday.

Internal documents give window into work done to get Parlee Beach Blue Flag designation

It was a quick turnaround for Parlee Beach to receive an international award for cleanliness so soon after its water quality struggles, but internal documents reveal some of what went on behind the scenes to make that happen.

Lobster, cocktails and lobbying: What N.B. did to secure the Francophonie Games

Information contained in thousands of pages of internal correspondence and documents obtained by CBC News under access to information details just how invested the former government was in obtaining the 2021 Francophonie Games.

Dead right whale was well-known to researchers, had survived ship strike, entanglements

Researchers recognized the whale as a nine-year-old male named Wolverine, because of three characteristic scars on its tail stock.

Moncton couple blames hospital understaffing for baby's death on night of delivery

For close to two years, Jessica Leclair, 25, and Andrew Randall, 30, have been struggling to understand what happened the night of the delivery at The Moncton Hospital.

Saint John has no emergency plan in case of major industrial disaster

Despite being home to the largest oil refinery in the country, Saint John doesn't have an emergency plan in case of a serious industrial disaster, according to documents obtained through right to information in the wake of the Thanksgiving weekend blast.

Judge reserves decision on labour board ruling allowing workers to strike

A judicial review of a labour board decision that allowed nursing home workers to strike was adjourned Friday until a Court of Queen's Bench justice delivers her ruling in July.

More mothers contemplate legal action against Moncton delivery nurse

Nicole Ruest was fired from the Moncton Hospital last month, after accusations she administered labour inducing drug oxytocin to mothers without their consent, or the doctor's knowledge

Mother says hospital ERs unprepared for measles patients

A Moncton mother is warning emergency rooms are unprepared to deal with outbreaks of measles. It comes as a second case of measles in a month was discovered in the Saint John area this week — the first reported cases in the province since 2017.

No nursing home strike possible as court reserves decision

New Brunswick's court of appeal reserved its decision Wednesday on a case that will have a crucial impact on the nursing home contract dispute and whether 4,000 unionized workers can walk off the job.

Public-sector workers join forces to fight 'peanuts' for wages

As nursing home workers continue to take their labour dispute public, making noise across the province, more and more public-sector workers are joining them in their fight for better wages.

Families of elderly are asked if they can take loved ones home

Family members of people staying at some of the province's not-for-profit nursing homes were asked whether they would be able to take their loved ones home or pay to hire private care.

Nursing home workers barred from strike until court hears province's appeal

New Brunswick's premier rejected calls by opposition parties for binding arbitration to settle a contract dispute involving thousands of nursing home workers hours after a court granted an order preventing union members from striking in the near future.

Staff shortages at heart of nursing home problems

Though the contract dispute involving some 4,000 nursing home workers across New Brunswick is all about wages, many argue the issue brewing beneath the surface is the shortage of workers themselves.

'Anybody is replaceable': Minister suggests Tracadie mayor consider resigning

Mayor Denis Losier sent a letter to New Brunswick Premier Blaine Higgs last week saying the municipality couldn’t function anymore.