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Mario Maillet says the accident happened just before 1 a.m. today on Route 115 in Notre-Dame, about 30 kilometres north of Moncton. Maillet says three people were ejected from the car after it veered off the road, rolled several times and crashed
Notre-Dame, N.B. (CBC) Four teenagers are dead after a vehicle crashed just after midnight in Notre-Dame, N.B.
Saint John Believe It Or Not - Joey Scarbury for Justin Michaelsen Nov 28, 2013 3:14 Information Morning - Saint John Councils' Back Door Deals Should Be Public Nov 28, 2013 8:20 Moncton city council agreed to include an annual subsidy to the
The mother of a teen who strangled herself in a Kitchener prison says the inquest into her death hasn't changed her notions about what happened. Coralee Smith says she believes her daughter Ashley was "tortured." CP Video Video Video Video I still
Video The Globe and Mail interviews Rachel Joyce from her home in the Gloucestershire countryside. Video In fact, the blockbuster artistic product is dominating cultural consumption as at no other time in history. Hundreds of millions of dollars are
Moncton Killing cancer with cancer Nov 28, 2013 5:34 An interview about the latest research at the Atlantic Cancer Research Institute...Nov 28, 2013 5:15 Not if it wasn't in writing, says Health Minister Ted Flemming.
At least 23 police vehicles responded to Highway 11 by noon, after more than 30 protesters had gathered there throughout the morning. At least one protester was arrested, CBC's Jennifer Choi reported from the scene. S WN Resources Canada's shale gas
AT People in Moncton have responded to an Ontario woman's plea to visit her father's grave because she can't afford to travel to New Brunswick. Frederick Kinsella died on Nov. 5, 1973 and the Second World War veteran was buried in Moncton's Elmwood
AT Moncton Wildcats owner Robert Irving flatly denies any link between an annual payment the team receives from the city to J.D. Irving Ltd.'s decision to build a diaper plant in the city in 2003. Irving issued a statement Thursday night regarding a
Cabela's is continuing to expand its chain of retail stores with plans for another new Canadian location. The Sidney, Neb.-based outdoor outfitter said Tuesday that it plans to open a store in Moncton, New Brunswick, Canada, in 2015. The new 50,000-