Hadeel Ibrahim

Hadeel Ibrahim is a CBC reporter based in Saint John. She can be reached at hadeel.ibrahim@cbc.ca

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Trial date moved up for Matthew Raymond case, complaint against former judge unsealed

The new judge on the Matthew Raymond case has moved up the trial to Sept. 15 at the request of the defence.

New Brunswick back-to-school plan includes mask details, outbreak management plan

New Brunswick is making masks mandatory for students in grades 6 to 12 when they aren't in classrooms and will encourage younger students to wear them as well.

Province won't need more school buses after parents opt out of program

Minister of Education Dominic Cardy says enough people have volunteered to drive their own children to school, saving the province from having to get more buses and drivers to deal with demand of COVID-19 busing plan.

Physically distant jury pre-screening begins in Fredericton shooting trial

The first steps in finding a jury began Tuesday for the fitness hearing, and possible criminal trial of Matthew Vincent Raymond, the man facing four counts of first-degree murder after a shooting in Fredericton two years ago.

Parents asked to opt out of school busing, but uncertainty getting in the way

Friday is the deadline for parents to commit to driving their own children to anglophone schools, but the decision is tough to make without enough information about what school is going to look like.

Court attempts to avoid mistrial as 1st COVID-19 jury selection expected next week

A New Brunswick court is still grappling with jury-selection challenges during COVID-19, just as the first potential juror is expected to stand before the judge next week.

Locals worry about family in Lebanon after explosion that killed at least 135 people

Members of the New Brunswick Lebanese community are in shock after an explosion in Beirut killed more than 100 people and injured thousands.

Paramedic who crashed into car after running red light acquitted

A paramedic accused after a crash with failing to stop at a red light was found not guilty Wednesday.

Fire chief speaks out about 'dangerous' intersection on the way to Lepreau

The chief of the Musquash Fire Department is speaking out about an intersection where more than a dozen accidents have taken place over the years, including one last week that sent four people to hospital.

New Brunswick sticking to its mask rules, but not ruling out following N.S.'s lead

In New Brunswick, masks are mandatory in public when physical distancing is not possible. On Friday, Nova Scotia will take it a step farther, making masks mandatory in indoor spaces, regardless of distancing.

4-EV-er in our hearts: Parade honours crash victim Evan Graham

Hundreds of Carleton County residents took part in a parade in memory of Evan Graham, the 14-year-old died in an all-terrain vehicle crash Tuesday evening. 

Judge replaced in case of accused Fredericton shooter

Chief Justice of Court of Queen's Bench Tracey DeWare presided over the 20-minute hearing, and explained Ferguson will no longer be part of the case.

Province says treaties don't give Wolastoqiyik right to commercial logging on Crown land

The province of New Brunswick says Peace and Friendship Treaties do not allow First Nations people to make a 'moderate livelihood' from Crown timber.

'Curious' North Atlantic right whale yearling spotted by whale-watching tour

A curious endangered North Atlantic right whale yearling was spotted by a whale-watching tour Tuesday, something that used to be a common occurrence but now draws spectators to the shore.

Saint John police investigating animal abuse videos

The Saint John Police Force and the New Brunswick SPCA are investigating videos circulating on social media that show a young woman punching and kicking a dog.

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