Scouts Canada has apologized for trying to sue the elderly parents of a deceased New Brunswick man who said he was sexually abused by his scout leader. The organization laid the third-party claim after it received notice it was being sued by…
As Liberal Justice Minister Stephen Horsman faces calls for his resignation, there's no clear precedent he can rely on. Justice Minister Stephen Horsman is facing calls for his resignation over conversations he's had with judges about a Liberal bill. (CBC)…
Federal government backs move to liberalize flow of alcohol between provinces The federal government has reacted to a landmark court case in New Brunswick on inter-provincial trade barriers by backing the spirit of the decision and committing to a "comprehensive renewal" of the agreement that…
Local food grocery store opens in Village of Gagetown A new grocery story featuring local and natural food has opened in the Village of Gagetown. Sean Keenan and Julie Baglole Keenan opened the Apple Tree Market on April 30 after months…
Couple ties the knot at Saint John Airport before honeymoon With a destination wedding planned and the problem of sorting out the official forms, a local couple decided to get married at the Saint John Airport Saturday before jetting off.…
Miramichi Police have charged a 20-year-old man with murder and a 42-year-old woman with break and enter in connection to the death of Michael Mark Ryan. Man killed in Miramichi ID'd as Michael Mark Ryan Brandon Blake Colford, of Howard…
About 25 firefighters were battling wildfires in southern New Brunswick on Sunday. Roger Collet, the province's wildfire prevention officer, says the most significant fire burned 12 hectares near the community of St George. A water bomber was brought in to…
For the past 15 years, activity workers from the Saint John Regional Hospital's child life department have been able to provide the right balance of fun and distraction to get Faye Cooper and her son through biweekly medication infusions lasting upwards…
Whatever Justin Trudeau has to say at Davos, it will no doubt be inclusive and delivered in the spirit of diversity and working together with all of humanity, building the kind of future not just for Canadians, but for everyone…
A 31-year-old Moncton man is in hospital with a non-life-threatening injury after being shot early on Tuesday morning. "Police believe this to be an isolated incident, and are investigating the possibility the wound was self-inflicted," said Staff Sgt. Maurice Comeau of the Codiac Regional RCMP. Police received a call…