Kate Letterick

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Kate Letterick is a reporter with CBC New Brunswick.

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Brenda Robertson, first woman in New Brunswick Legislature, cabinet dies at 91

Brenda Robertson, who made New Brunswick history when she became the first woman elected to the legislature and the first to serve in cabinet, has died.

Moncton families, school bus drivers struggle with 'gridlock' traffic during morning drop-off

With more parents opting to drive their children to school this fall in response to a call from the Department of Education to reduce the number of students on school buses, traffic has increased dramatically at some elementary and middle school drop-offs and pick-ups. 

Atlantic Wildlife Institute opens 'nature school'

The Atlantic Wildlife Institute is offering students a different kind of educational experience at a new Nature School.

New Brunswick woman concerned about ballot secrecy at returning office

Rebecca Blaevoet, who is visually impaired, says she wasn't able to cast a secret ballot at the returning office in the riding of Carleton.

Work begins on long-awaited hospice for southeastern New Brunswick

Work on the new Hospice Southeast New Brunswick is underway after some delays because of the pandemic. Construction on the hospice in the Lewisville area of Moncton was supposed to start in April.

Disabilities advocate wins battle for ramp at voting site

Randy Dickinson, longtime advocate for people with disabilities, says he's pleased a ramp has been built at an Elections NB returning office in Fredericton.

New YMCA in Moncton north ready to open its doors

The brand new $17-million YMCA in Moncton's north end will open its doors on Saturday. Construction on the 35,000-square-foot building started in April 2019.

Rampless returning office — and province's response — felt like a punch, advocate says

Randy Dickinson was angry as he pulled up to the Elections New Brunswick returning office on Prospect Street in Fredericton, where he was hoping to vote. He needed a ramp to get in, and there wasn't one.

Call for mandatory masks across New Brunswick grows louder

With more and more businesses and organizations requiring masks in indoor public places, some say now is the time for New Brunswick to join Nova Scotia and Quebec and make mandatory masks the law.

Moncton church allows homeless to camp next to sanctuary

About 20 homeless people are camping on the property of St. George's Anglican Church in downtown Moncton this week — with the blessing of the congregation.

Four years later, Jami Springer's family still seeks answers about her disappearance

The father of a woman who has been missing for four years is still hopeful someone will come forward with answers about what happened to her.

Anti-spray group gives 4 political parties failing grades on glyphosate

The group Stop Spraying New Brunswick handed out failing grades Thursday to the four parties that had seats in the legislature, suggesting even those opposed to spraying glyphosate and other herbicides on Crown land were not dogged enough.

Marissa Shephard makes brief court appearance in Moncton about 2nd murder trial

Marissa Shephard appeared in Moncton court Tuesday for a case management conference related to her second murder trial for the death of 18-year-old Baylee Wylie.

Common terns flock to Shediac Bay in record numbers

The Shediac Bay Watershed Association is seeing the largest number of tern eggs since it installed a floating platform for nesting back in 2014.

Sackville woman to be sentenced for stealing thousands of dollars

A Sackville woman, Marie Lysianne Steeves, will find out her sentence later this month for taking thousands of dollars from a business and a charitable orgaization in the community.

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