It's hands-down the most interesting part of the High On Life crew's Great American Road Trip. But since the four young Canadians issued an apology last week for inadvertently disrespecting Yellowstone National Park, their normally active Facebook page has gone strangely…
The five-month-old strike at Covered Bridge Potato Chips in Hartland has come to an end after unionized workers voted in favour of a deal on Tuesday. The two sides reached a collective agreement on Friday after negotiations resumed and then…
Fredericton's Patty Smith is trying to spread the word about hemochromatosis, a medical condition that forces her to have between one and three litres of her blood taken every three months — a process that will continue for the rest of her life. Stroke…
A species of wasp that was thought to be a candidate for the endangered species list has been spotted at Parlee Beach Provincial Park and many other locations along New Brunswick's eastern shore. John Klymko, a New Brunswick-based zoologist, said the kleptoparasitic…
New Brunswick's highest-ranking federal Liberal says the Trudeau government should commit more money to supporting palliative and hospice care once medically assisted death becomes law. Government House Leader Dominic LeBlanc cited Atlantic Canada's first residential hospice as an inspiration for the…
The new Grace House shelter for women in Fredericton is open after a year and a and lot of community help. "It's been a successful end to a long journey," said Warren Maddox executive director of Fredericton Homeless Shelters, which…
The Canadian Armed Forces has released the name of the soldier from Base Gagetown who died Tuesday morning. In a release Wednesday night, he was identified as Corporal Christopher Webster from 5th Canadian Division Support Group Signal Squadron. The Department of National…
Scouts Canada has apologized for trying to sue the elderly parents of a deceased New Brunswick man who said he was sexually abused by his scout leader. The organization laid the third-party claim after it received notice it was being sued by…
As Liberal Justice Minister Stephen Horsman faces calls for his resignation, there's no clear precedent he can rely on. Justice Minister Stephen Horsman is facing calls for his resignation over conversations he's had with judges about a Liberal bill. (CBC)…
Whether young or old, rich or poor, Canadians are less active these days. In fact, according to a new study, our participation in sports is at an all-time low. But why? Are Canadians getting lazier? More complacent? More distracted?  In…