A former Moncton teacher is facing more allegations of sexual assault, dating back as far as 1968, and as recently as 2003, according to the RCMP.
Ability NB says the province is dealing with a "new disability population" when it comes to people with long COVID.
A construction worker who described himself as a right-hand man to the late Steven Lutes, says his supervisor’s death could have easily been prevented if Lutes had a spotter.
One of the three people accused of killing 18-year-old in Moncton has been sent for a psychiatric evaluation following a court appearance Monday.
Two consultants with close ties to the governing Progressive Conservative party were paid $50,000 by the regional municipality of Tracadie to lobby the provincial government, according to documen...
Residents of Miramichi will soon have more room for biking and walking throughout the community.
A middle school running club helps a young student overcome challenges to complete a 5K.
The race to choose a new leader of the New Brunswick Liberal Party has attracted only half the number of registered voters as the party’s last contest a decade ago.
Family-friendly drag events across Canada, many hosted by municipal libraries, have been targeted by a deluge of hateful comments and threats this Pride month, prompting multiple police investiga...
People say they are excited to celebrate the union of nations and cultures after three years of being unable to hold in-person powwows due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
A Wolastoqey language immersion school launched its curriculum this week with the help of elders and teachers in the community.
Conservation groups have been doing a lot of work lately to give people virtual access to important ecological areas in the Maritimes, but if that’s given you the itch to go in person this summ...
Bluesman Colin James admits the title of his latest album is a bit of an irony, given the conditions under which it was made. Open Road was recorded while James was stuck at home in Vancouver, un...
A shortage of hot peppers and spices around the globe is starting to hit businesses at home.
The camp, run through the YMCA of Greater Saint John, welcomes trans and gender-diverse youth — and now there’s a formal process for making sure they have the best camp experience possible.
An 88-year-old Moncton man gave his handmade fishing rod from his teenage years to a young angler in the community after learning about the boy's love for fly fishing.
A gathering circle of Indigenous people and allies in Fredericton has produced a new film about the river officially known as the St. John.
A New Brunswick program that allowed people who were eligible for employment insurance benefits to access them while at university or in other training full time was quietly dropped this week.
The tearful reunions and welcoming hugs looked the same, but despite travelling to find safety in Canada, these newcomers are not considered refugees.
People lined up outside the Service Canada office in Fredericton on Friday morning, optimistic the wait to apply for a passport would be much shorter than in Montreal.