Monday, January 24, 2022

Ships Moving Fast in U.S Waters Despite Limits to Protect Right Whales, Report Says

Most ships along the east coast of the U.S are sailing above speed limits imposed to protect endangered North Atlantic right whales, as per a report released Wednesday by...

Child and Youth Advocate to Release Report into the Death of Lexi Daken

Shaina Harvey knows what it is like to go to the emergency room with suicidal thoughts. And not get any assistance. "I've kind of seen both ends of it — either from...

Saint John Sea Dogs to Host 2022 Memorial Cup

The Saint John Sea Dogs have been selected to host the 2022 Memorial Cup tournament. The tournament includes the three championship teams from major junior hockey sides from the Quebec...

Tree planting can reduce flood risk, say wildlife and watershed groups

The spring melt is calming down on the St. John River, and thus far, there's been no significant flooding. The Public Safety Department states the river is fairly below flood...

New Brunswick Keeping An Eye On At Least 40 Cases Of Mysterious Neurological Illness

Public health officials monitor at least 40 cases of a mysterious neurological illness whose symptoms are identical to those of the disease Creutzfeldt-Jakob, a fatal brain illness. In a memo...

NB Power’s Finances Are Not Doing Well

In the last fiscal year, NB Power posted a $4 million loss. It is for the second consecutive year that the Crown utility has failed to turn a profit. A...

Hundreds Mark “Resilience Day” At the Government House on Woodstock Road

Around 800 people, most of them dressed in orange to honour the residential school victims, arrived at the Government House on Woodstock Road to mark Resilience Day. This march...

The Incredible Story of Author Beth Powning and Artist Peter Powning

Beth Powning and Peter Powning fall in love while still teens got married and started home, career, and family around Sussex. Beth is a successful author who has written...

The Madawaska Maliseet First Nation Refuses To Fly Canadian And New Brunswick Flag

In response to the growing number of unmarked graves being discovered all over Canada, the Madawaska Maliseet First Nation has removed the Canadian and New Brunswick flags from in...

N.B Man In 60s Dies After Car Hits Tree

A man in his 60s, and a resident of Cocagne, New Brunswick, had died after the car he was driving hit a tree. Richibucto police responded to an emergency call...