New Brunswick News
Coroner's jury recommends pool safety changes The jury of a coroner's inquest into the drowning of a Chinese student in Saint John is calling for province-wide safety standards at all public pools and increased minimum training for paramedics.
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Saint John carpenters lowest paid in country Unionized carpenters in Saint John are the lowest paid in the country, earning nearly $14 less per hour than their peers out west, according to new data from Statistics Canada.
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Fredericton mom told to stop breastfeeding at public pool A Fredericton mother is speaking out after a lifeguard asked her to stop breastfeeding her daughter at the indoor public pool.
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Dog disappears amidst online allegations of abuse An Israeli family new to Saint John is pleading with the public for the return of its dog that went missing earlier this week amidst online allegations of abuse and neglect.
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Heavy rainfall forecast prompts flood warnings Environment Canada has issued a heavy rainfall warning for New Brunswick with as much as 120 millimetres of rain expected to fall in central, southeastern and southwestern regions by late Saturday.
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Joe Oliver challenges Trudeau's west-east pipeline 'tone' Federal Natural Resources Minister Joe Oliver is accusing Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau of trying to be on both sides of the west-east pipeline proposal.
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Flemming opens door to fresh talks with doctors Health Minister Ted Flemming is asking the New Brunswick Medical Society to restart negotiations with him over the contentious issue of health spending.
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Moncton defends spending on soccer fields Moncton Mayor George LeBlanc is defending the growing amount of money being spent in the city to prepare for the 2015 FIFA Women's World Cup.
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New financial board will replace securities commission The New Brunswick government is establishing an independent financial services regulatory agency, aimed at strengthening consumer protection.
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