Jordan Gill is a CBC reporter based out of Fredericton. He can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Vogue Theatre owner overwhelmed by community support after fire
A week after Miramichi's Vogue Theatre was destroyed by fire, along with several other structures in the area, the building's owner says he's been overwhelmed by the outpouring of support from the community.
Not yet ready to rumble: pro-wrestling to take year off in N.B.
Physical distancing make running profitable shows difficult for independent promoters
Proposed cannabis operation worries Taymouth residents
A proposed cannabis production plant in the Taymouth area is raising concerns among area residents.
New Brunswick premier won't rule out snap election call
The province has had a minority government for 19 months, which traditionally would be considered getting long in the tooth. But COVID-19 has made the premise of holding any mass gathering, like voting, potentially hazardous.
New camp aims to get youth excited about farming
Camp comes as province wrestling with issues over agriculture, food supply
Motorsports get ready for return as restrictions lifted on gatherings
As restrictions around gatherings are loosened in the province, racetracks are planning a return of motorsports, some as early as today.
Oromocto woman worries her family could lose access to old family plot on private land
As the property containing her family's historic graveyard about to change hands, Jennifer Dow's access to the property will be entirely up to the new owner.
Fredericton museum questions snub by summer job program
The Fredericton Region Museum is raising questions over why its application for funding under the Canada Summer Jobs program has been denied.
One of biggest fires in province since 1990s still out of control near Blackville
A fire in the Blackville area continues to burn out of control, consuming more than 800 hectares of forest.
At least 2,000 acres will go unplanted without foreign workers, say N.B. farm groups
A survey of 18 farms suggests that 2,000 acres on those properties will go unplanted this season, the National Farmers Union and other groups say at a joint press conference.
New Brunswick and the liberation of The Netherlands: 75 years later
Canadians helped liberate the Netherlands 75 years ago this week.
N.B. COVID-19 roundup: Teachers see hundreds of hours of work ahead to prepare for fall
Schools were closed March 13 to reduce the risk of spread of the coronavirus, and there is no plan to reopen them by the end of the current school year in June.
N.B. COVID-19 roundup: No new cases for 4th day in a row
For the fourth day in a row, no COVID-19 cases were detected in New Brunswick. The total count is steady at 118, with 104 people recovered and only 14 active cases.
N.B. COVID-19 roundup: Businesses should prepare to reopen, build 'better and stronger' province
Premier Blaine Higgs says the owners of businesses closed by COVID-19 could start thinking now about how they will meet Public Health's prevention measures, such as physical distancing, in order to reopen.
Author of N.B. COVID-19 projection says reasons to be optimistic, but we're not out of the woods yet
While new projections show New Brunswick is doing remarkably well in terms of COVID-19 numbers, projection authors are warning that it’s far too soon to go back to normal.