Nathalie Sturgeon

Reporter

Nathalie Sturgeon is a reporter for CBC New Brunswick based in Fredericton. She is a recent graduate from the journalism program at St. Thomas University. She is from Blackville.

Latest from Nathalie Sturgeon

Disciplinary hearing adjourned for paramedics accused of mistreating patient

The disciplinary hearing for two paramedics alleged to have mistreated a Saint John-area patient has been adjourned for more than a month so the paramedics and their lawyers can review the patient’s medical file.

'Street people are my people': homeless man donates guitar to Fredericton shelter

A man who wrote and produced his own album while living on the streets in Fredericton used the money from his album sales to buy a communal guitar for the shelter that he most often calls home.

STU women's hockey team wins 1st AUS championship

The St. Thomas University women’s hockey team made history at last night by winning the programs first ever Atlantic Sport University championship.

Moncton detox centre closes for 12 weeks, but other health centres step in

The Mapleton Road detox clinic is set to close on Monday for 12 weeks of renovations on the heating, ventilation and sprinkler systems, but Horizon Health says it expects a minimal impact on patients.

David (DK) Kelly remembered by Saint John Sea Dogs as a force of nature

Longtime Saint John Sea Dog equipment manager and advocate David Kelly has died following a long battle with cancer late Wednesday night. He was 40.

Forestry group prepares plan to save Acadian forest

New Brunswick-based Community Forest International is trying to adapt forests worldwide to the effects of climate change — including forests right here in New Brunswick.

City of Fredericton creates artist-in-residence spot for Odell Park

The City of Fredericton will choose an artist to spend two weeks at Odell Park this summer, interacting with visitors and nature.

7 kilos of meth found smuggled in spare tire at Woodstock car dealership

Woodstock police say they discovered seven kilograms of what are believed to be smuggled methamphetamine pills stashed in a spare tire last month after they got a tip from a Ford dealership.

Team New Brunswick captures 9 medals at Canada Winter Games

The Canada Winter Games have wrapped in Red Deer, Alta. and Team New Brunswick is bringing home nine medals.

Kids get acting roles in Symphony New Brunswick's new show Carnival

Symphony New Brunswick will be visiting three cities with Carnival, a show that caters to the whole family and includes some kids.

UNB advocate for sexual assault survivors takes on national advisory role

A University of New Brunswick advocate for students who have been sexually assaulted has been chosen to sit on a national advisory committee for gender-based violence and sexual assault at post-secondary institutions.

St. Thomas University student union elects 1st black president

Jamaican-born Husoni Raymond made St. Thomas University history when he was elected president of the student union.

Fire that left Syrian family homeless started with blanket near baseboard heater

A fire that left a family of Syrian newcomers without a home on Saturday was caused by blankets falling too close to an electric baseboard heater, the Fredericton fire department says.

Homeless advocacy groups try to recruit landlords for affordable housing

About 80 people sleep in Fredericton shelters every night, while 18 affordable housing subsidies from the Department of Social Development sit unused because there are no available units.

'The stress just melts away': Group offers equine-assisted learning to those in need

Freedom Reins uses horses to learn coping skills and life skills and help people with depression, anxiety, and PTSD.