Sarah Morin

Reporter

Sarah Morin is a reporter with CBC New Brunswick. She grew up in Thunder Bay and London, Ont. and moved to Fredericton for university. You can follow her on Twitter @sarrymorin or send a story tip to sarah.morin@cbc.ca.

Latest from Sarah Morin

COVID-19 forces closing of Fredericton's only LGBTQ nightclub

Losses attributed to COVID-19 have forced a popular LGBTQ nightclub in Fredericton to close its doors.

No new cases of COVID-19 reported Sunday

New Brunswick reported no new cases of COVID-19 on Sunday.

CN railway train carrying potash, woodchips derails in Saint John

An Canadian National Railway train carrying potash, woodchips and an empty car that had contained sulphur derailed over a gas pipeline in Saint John on Saturday night. 

1 new case of COVID-19 in Campbellton region

Public Health is reporting a new case of COVID-19 in New Brunswick, one day after the province announced it was moving into its next stage of recovery.

AFN national chief calls for overhaul of policing in Canada

Assembly of First Nations National Chief Perry Bellegarde called for a complete overhaul of the policing system in Canada Sunday evening, just two days after a Metepenagiag First Nation man was shot and killed by RCMP. 

First Nation leaders call for Indigenous-led investigative team to look into 2 deaths

First Nation leaders are calling for an Indigenous-led team to head the investigation into the deaths of Chantel Moore and Rodney Levi, two young Indigenous people who were shot and killed by police in New Brunswick in a span of eight days. 

No new cases of COVID-19, Public Health announces

Public Health announced no new cases of COVID-19 on Sunday, a day after the province's second death from the virus. 

Resident at long-term care facility dies from COVID-19, province announces 3 new cases

Another resident at a long-term care facility near Campbellton has died from complications related to the COVID-19, Public Health announced Saturday. 

Chantel Moore's family calls for justice, public inquiry during healing walk

Hundreds gathered in cities across New Brunswick and in Halifax on Saturday afternoon to take part in a healing walk in honour of Chantel Moore, the 26-year-old Indigenous woman shot and killed by police in Edmundston, N.B.

Air North to move centre of operations to Yukon

Air North is moving its flight dispatch centre to Yukon, which the airline says could increase the number of flight paths available and allow pilots to fly faster and with less turbulence.

Aggressive hawk sets up nest on Fredericton trail

An aggressive hawk has taken over a trail in the University of New Brunswick woodlot.

1 new case of COVID-19 linked to long-term care facility

Public Health is reporting one new case of COVID-19 in the Campbellton region, bringing the total number of active cases in the province to 15. 

Power restored to most NB Power customers in Fredericton

Power has been restored to most people in Fredericton and surrounding areas who lost it during Friday's thunderstorm. 

Province reverses decision to make masks mandatory in public buildings

The New Brunswick government has backtracked on its announcement that wearing masks to enter public buildings would be mandatory.

Thunderstorm knocks out power, causes fire, uproots at least 50 trees in Fredericton

Businesses and residents in Fredericton are cleaning up after strong winds snapped tree branches and heavy rain flooded city streets Friday night.

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