Gary Moore

CBC News

Gary Moore is a video journalist based in Fredericton.

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Watching concrete dry is a serious job in Fredericton

It’s not quite like watching paint dry, but guarding freshly poured concrete is a job that Jake Taylor takes very seriously.

Cleaning up Shediac a week after Dorian

People in Shediac have spent the last week cleaning up and assessing damage from Dorian.

How to deal with pesky — but scientifically helpful — fruit flies

With fruit flies swarming kitchens this time of year, biologist Stephen Heard explains how to keep the pesky insects out and how to get rid of them.

Names of Fredericton police officers Burns, Costello added to memorial

Two Fredericton police officers were added to a monument to remember officers killed in the line of duty.

Fredericton homeless advocates see spike in people living on the streets

The number of people living on the streets in Fredericton has jumped 50 per cent from last year, according to homeless advocates in New Brunswick's capital. 

New signs remind trail users in Fredericton to stop before crossing streets

Trail users in Fredericton are being reminded to stop before crossing the street. New signs have been installed to alert cyclists and pedestrians that motorists have the right-of-way.

'Our history began here:' Elm Hill's black community reunites

A small community outside of Gagetown, N.B., is one of Canada's earliest black settlements. About 50 people got together for a reunion on Saturday to connect to their heritage.

Eroded riverbank along the Nashwaak gets a 'natural' shoring up

A stretch of land along the Nashwaak River that's been washing away with each spring flood is being restored by a conservation group. 

Obstructed view spoils Luke Bryan concert for Fredericton woman

A 26-year-old woman with spina bifida says her accessible viewing seat for Saturday's Luke Bryan concert in Moncton was obstructed by rails and banners.

Fredericton's heart continues to heal, 1 year after deadly shootings

Nearly 2,000 people gathered Saturday evening to stretch out their arms and hold hands in Fredericton, N.B., to remember the four people killed in last year's shooting.

Late corn season costly for New Brunswick farmers

Farmers in New Brunswick say a challenging growing season is to blame for a late sweet corn harvest.

People flock to St. John River despite cyanobacteria concerns

Despite recent warnings from health officials, people are still choosing to cool down on the St. John River.

Moncton massage therapist facing disciplinary action after kissing patient

The College of Massage Therapists of New Brunswick says Blair Eagles, a registered massage therapist in Moncton, is guilty of professional misconduct for kissing a patient on the lips while on the massage table at the place of his employment, A Human Touch.

'It's about where you are': Tornado alerts only issued to those at risk

An emergency alert was sent to people's cellphones on Saturday in parts of southwestern New Brunswick. If you didn't receive the alert then you weren't at risk of a possible tornado, according to Environment Canada.

Former N.B. football player named to Canada coaching staff

Former player Emma Hicks of Sussex, N.B., will be helping coach the Canadian team at the 2021 IFAF World Women’s Championships.