Kate Letterick


Kate Letterick is a reporter with CBC New Brunswick.

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Riverview park honouring teen known for kindness opens

The Rebecca Schofield All World Super Play Park officially opened Tuesday. It honours the teen known for her kindness movement.

Arctic wolves explore larger space at Magnetic Hill Zoo

The Magnetic Hill Zoo cut the ribbon on a new enclosure for two arctic wolves. It triples their space and includes new viewing areas for visitors.

Unique mode of transportation offered to seniors in Dieppe

The City of Dieppe had launched a tricycle program for seniors. Seniors can book a free ride for outings or to run errands.

Lemur babies make their debut at Magnetic Hill Zoo

Three lemur babies were born at the Magnetic Hill Zoo on April 22. They're just beginning to venture into the outside world of their enclosure.

Capital campaign launched for 1st residential hospice in Moncton area

Hospice Southeast New Brunswick has launched a $5-million capital campaign to build the first residential hospice in the region.

Former Moncton judge takes on new role with the law

Irwin Lampert hung up his judicial robe and retired in February.

Horizon Health, nurse deny wrongdoing in alleged misuse of labour-inducing drug

The nurse named in a proposed class-action lawsuit on behalf of women who were allegedly "inappropriately" given a labour-inducing drug at the Moncton Hospital has filed a claim of defence.

'It can happen anywhere': Moncton marks 5th anniversary of RCMP shootings

In 2014, RCMP Constables Doug Larche, 40,  Dave Ross, 32,  and Fabrice Gevaudan, 45, were shot and killed by a gunman in the city's north end.

How a recording from the Second World War travelled from one coast to the other

William Edward (Ted) McIntyre, stationed at CFB Chatham, recorded a message for his "best gal" Kathleen (Kit) Byers in Hamilton back in the 1940s. The recording has taken an incredible journey.

Young artist creates 700 characters as she makes way in digital art world

Eighteen-year-old Ren Peters has been creating digital art for five years and hopes to make it her career. Her mother says she's a role model for Indigenous youth.

Moncton airport proposes plan to deal with de-icing runoff

Officials at the Greater Moncton Romeo LeBlanc International Airport have come up with a proposed plan to deal with the runoff of excess glycol, the substance used to de-ice aircraft.

Floating a new idea at Le Pays de la Sagouine in Bouctouche

The iconic but ice-battered wooden bridge at Le Pays de la Sagouine will be repaired for this year's tourism season but visitors won't be on it. They'll walk on a floating dock instead.

Magic day for fans of National Basketball League of Canada champs

The National Basketball League of Canada champs, the Moncton Magic, are holding a fan appreciation day to thank their supporters.

Footbridge at Le Pays de la Sagouine damaged by ice

The striking footbridge at Le Pays de la Sagouine in Bouctouche has been damaged by winter weather.

Moncton illustrator having a MARVEL-lous year

Moncton-based artist and illustrator Nick Bradshaw has been chosen to be part of Marvel Comics' 80th anniversary. He will draw a classic character for a special edition Marvel Comics that will come out in August.