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  • Advice: Heres how to handle online hate.

    If there is one thing that is true about the internet, and social media specifically is that there is a lot of unnecessary negativity!  The internet is accessible to almost everyone on the planet, so when you get that many personalities… Read More ›

  • RCMP investigating after discovering woman’s body in Moncton, N.B.

    At 9:40am this morning (Oct 23rd, 2017) Codiac Regional RCMP found a woman’s body in a wooded area on Fergus St. in Moncton, N.B. The identity of the woman is currently unkown. The investigation is on going.  Updates will be… Read More ›

  • Premier confirms there will be no early election for New Brunswick!

    Primer Brian Gallant met with the lutenient governor Jocelyne Roy Vienneau today in Fredericton, New Brunswick.  The meeting was first announced on Friday October 20th, 2017 on the government of NB website.   The meeting was closed and the media was… Read More ›

  • Liberal Government hires outside lawyer to keep P3 Nursing Home contract details secret.

    On October 19th 2017, CBC held a political panel which consisted of Green Party Leader David Coon, Peoples Alliance of N.B Leader Kris Austin, and Progressive Conservative Brian MacDonald. The NDP leader was unavailable and the Liberal government responded to… Read More ›

  • Teenager sentenced for stabbing man after finding out he was seeing the same 33yr old woman.

    The youth offender who is 18-years-old but was only 17 at the time of the crime received a nine month sentence which will consist of six months in custody, three months within King’s County community, and one year probation. He as… Read More ›

  • Notre-Dame, N.B citizens concerned about property that they say is unsanitary and an eyesore.

    Josèe A Leblanc and other members of the community in Notre-Dame, New Brunswick are unhappy about a property along the highway that is located across from the local Elementary School, and close to a nearby church. Notre-Dame is located around the… Read More ›