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Junior Hockey Player Climbs Over Glass To Brawl With Fans During Game, Loses Shirt
In what might be the most Canadian sentence written this year, a New Brunswick Junior Hockey League game Saturday at Lord Beaverbrook Rink between the Southern Sting and Grand Lake Moose featured a
NJ Woman Throws Racist Tantrum in New Brunswick Sears Because a Latino Family Was Using Coupons
Sometimes I wonder if these racists want to be captured on cellphone video—given the fact that their tantrums have been publicized way too often. But either which way, here we are again; this time in
Canada’s provinces are starting to figure out who’s going to sell legal weed
With less than a year left until the government’s self-imposed deadline to legalize marijuana, efforts to figure out how legal weed will be sold in Canada are in full swing. But hearings at a
New Brunswick hands liquor board control over recreational cannabis sales
New Brunswick announced on Wednesday that the province’s liquor board will control sales of recreational cannabis through standalone storefronts when the market opens by next summer. It’s the second
CAREER CHANGE: N.B. councillor vacates seat to work as lifeguard in the Bahamas
A New Brunswick city councillor has stepped down to take an unlikely gig: lifeguard in the Bahamas. Jordan Nowlan was one of the province’s youngest-ever politicians — he was in high school when he
Mural Goes Up and Down with Tide, Will Eventually Fade to Nothing
Artist Sean Yoro painted this 28 ft mural on a paddbleboard, going up and down with the tide
Canadian Regulator Warns Against 'Illegal' Crypto Investment Scheme
A provincial finance regulator in Canada has warned about a so-called "cryptocurrency bank" and its associated token.
Phil Murphy Unveils Plans for Tech Hub Project in New Brunswick
Murphy said a redevelopment project in downtown New Brunswick dubbed “the Hub" could attract technology and life sciences industries.
Middle School Teacher Arrested for Trafficking Coke in Hells Angels Drug Bust
The 35-year-old from New Brunswick has been charged with trafficking, money laundering, and several other crimes.
Shooting in Canada's Fredericton: Four Dead Including Two Police Officers, One Suspect in Custody
Police in Fredericton, New Brunswick, have confirmed "multiple fatalities" in a shooting incident which appears to be ongoing.
Two cops among 4 dead in shooting, Canadian police say
Police say they have a suspect in custody.
MACPHERSON: New Brunswick election shows need to shake up costly status quo
By PAIGE MACPHERSON Fed up taxpayers have demanded a big task of New Brunswick’s new minority government: deal with the province’s economic challenges at the eleventh hour, or be thrown to face the
Forget About the Terrible World and Watch This Moose Fight
[Takes out a giant bullhorn] LOOKS LIKE THE MOOSE ARE ON THE LOOSE!
Your complete guide to buying and smoking weed in Canada
Canada will become the first G7 country to legalize recreational marijuana nationwide tomorrow (Oct. 17). In the months leading up to this landmark move, cannabis…
Weed Has Only Been Legal in Canada for a Week and Crackdowns Have Already Begun
Although it's legal, people are still getting in trouble over it.
BONOKOSKI: Trudeau Liberals’ carbon tax too good to be true
Our prime minister, who obviously didn’t go to school solely for recess, has just created what is surely the best tax the world has ever seen — one that takes money away and then gives it all back,
MALLOUGH: Small businesses will be left footing the carbon tax bill
BY RYAN MALLOUGH On April 1, Ontario, Saskatchewan, Manitoba and New Brunswick will see gas prices jump by over four cents per litre as a result of the federal carbon tax. If you’re a resident, you’re
EDITORIAL: Carbon tax slams small businesses
The Canadian Federation of Independent Business (CFIB) released a valuable poll of its members this week on Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s carbon tax. Valuable because it reminds us the carbon tax
EDITORIAL: The carbon tax — a stubborn affair
The federal carbon is a contentious affair. There are at least four provinces that don’t support it. Public opinion is sharply divided with many Canadians strongly opposed to it. And the Saskatchewan
EDITORIAL: Give flood victims help and hold the lectures
The images are real and raw. Some of the hardships are heartbreaking. Many Canadians have been forced from their homes due to flooding in parts of Ontario, Quebec, Manitoba and New Brunswick. This