Jordan Gill is a CBC reporter based out of Fredericton. He can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Canada Cup curling coming to Fredericton in 2020
In addition to a significant purse, spots in the 2022 winter Olympic qualifiers will also be up for grabs.
Roads reopen as RCMP operation in Minto ends
A police operation in Minto that saw the RCMP close several streets and warn people to stay indoors has ended.
'Thought nothing of it:' Saint John man picks up diploma after 31 years
A Saint John man recently received his diploma from the New Brunswick Community College. He picked it up more than three decades after he earned it.
This Campbellton family has fostered nearly 30 children and is hoping more help
Fostering children may not always be easy but one foster family says it's a rewarding experience even as fewer New Brunswickers are stepping up to help children in need.
New home for adults with mental illness to be named after slain police officer
Costello House will be run by the non-profit NB Community Residences and is named after Const. Robb Costello, one of the officers killed while responding to a shooting at a Brookside Drive apartment complex in August 2018.
Police recover stolen tuba, weeks after theft
The story of a tuba stolen from a Miramichi-area home has ended on a high note — with the recovery of the pilfered instrument.
Campbellton obstetrical services suspended until Dec. 23
A suspension of obstetrical services at the Campbellton Regional Hospital will continue until Dec. 23 according to a statement from the Vitalité Health Network.
'Many issues' with modular nuclear reactors says environmental lawyer
Modular nuclear reactors may not be a cure for the nations carbon woes, at least that’s what one environmental lawyer believes.
UNB to study Ludlow Hall name change after link to slavery raised
Several students have expressed concern about the name in recent months, and in October the school's Law Students' Society officially asked for Ludlow's name to be removed.
Fire at nursing home sends 3 to hospital in Saint John
A fire at a Saint John nursing home has sent three people to hospital. Mark Arrand, Saint John Fire's acting platoon chief, said the fire appears to have started in an electrical baseboard heater at the Kennebec Manor.
Codiac Transpo seeks removal of ad from anglophone rights group
Codiac Transpo has requested that an ad from the controversial Anglophone Rights Association of New Brunswick that appeared on buses in the greater Moncton area be removed.
N.B.'s first Santa Claus? 90 years ago, province said goodbye to Charles Sampson
Fredericton's Charles A. Sampson performed many roles in his long life. But the role of Santa Claus might have been a first for the province.
More details released about plane forced to land near Confederation Bridge
The Transportation Safety Board has released further details about a small plane that was forced to land on Route 16 near the Confederation Bridge last September because of engine problems.
Bathurst man wanted in connection to robbery, assault
Ronald Albert Canuel, 30, has been charged with robbery, breaking and entering, assault with a weapon and assault causing bodily harm.
UNB students help unearth 700-year-old canoe
A group of University of New Brunswick anthropology students helped unearth a part of Wabanaki history.