Sunday, April 18, 2021

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...

35 Persons Will Be Affected By Closure Of Phoenix Education Center, Coordinator Says

About 35 persons are likely to be kicked out with no other place to turn to when the phoenix education center shuts its doors. The learning center, located on Woodstock...

Researchers in New Brunswick are Tracking Down Mystery Neurological Disease

Last week, reports came out that an unknown neurological disease has been identified in New Brunswick, sparking reaction and headlines across the entire of Canada. This has additionally caught the...

Report Detailing The Circumstances Around Lexi Daken’s Passing Sent To The Health Minister

Chris Daken hopes that the health department will uncover the circumstances surrounding her daughter's death with the family before the country hears about it. Bruce Macfarlane, the health department's spokesperson,...

New Brunswick Resident Charged With Murder After Fatal Hit And Run Incident

A resident of N.B is facing a murder charge after he was involved in a serious hit and run incident in Moncton last Friday. The man, Anthony Miller, aged 21,...

Moncton Gynecologist Says Her Move to Private Practice is Symptom of Bigger Crisis

Moncton gynecologist Dr. Karen Desrosiers never thought of treating patients in a private women's health clinic and charging them. Dr. Desrosiers believes her decision to quit her job as an...

Health Canada Recalls All masks layered with Graphene

Health Canada has issued a directive recalling all disposable face masks layered with potentially harmful particles of graphene. The body issued the recall order this past Friday, noting that wearers...

Closure Of Causeway Caused Undue Delays On Morning Commute

Traffic snarl-up appeared and cleared quite fast on the first early morning commute after the causeway joining Riverview and Moncton closed. For a while now, authorities have agonizing over the...

New Brunswick Tourism Project Ended Up In Failure

Some time ago, New Brunswick announced its tailored smartphone content for the Acadian scenic drive, which was supposed to boost local tourism and bring some extra money. It turned...

Manslaughter Trail in Fredericton Court for the Death of a Toddler 17 Years Ago

A trial involving the death of two-year-old Kennedy Corrigan in 2004 is underway in Fredericton. In the past two days, defense lawyer, Nathan Gorham, has been reviewing medical evidence...