Feb 29th, 2008
Moncton food truck owner says he faces daily racism
The operators of a popular food truck in Moncton say they are considering leaving the area because of the racism they say they face on a daily basis. Michael Uberall is the owner and chef of the Checkpoint Germany food truck, which he started with...
Man with concussion drives 18km after hitting moose
The local RCMP say its not uncommon for motorists who have suffered a head injury to go into a trance-like state and keep driving toward their destination. Cpl. Desmond Mollon said he has dealt with one case and heard of others from colleagues. It...
Too many consultants
Premier announces hell hire a consultant to get to the bottom of the consultants situation. Paddon found that despite the fact the government had recently saved $5.6 million by getting rid of several consultants and creating cheaper permanent...
Mar 30th, 2015 by tay
New Brunswick deaths topped births for first time
The pending closure of the only school in Coles Island, New Brunswick is just the latest example of how an aging population and outmigration are impacting rural communities across Canada. According to the latest figures from Statistics Canada, more...
Mar 5th, 2015 by #juan
Tax Payers Bought a $25,000.00 X Mas Tree
Brad Johns, a Halifax-area councillor, has won a dubious prize from the Canadian Taxpayers Federation for using $25,000 in taxpayers' money to buy a six-metre talking Christmas tree. Johns, who is the councillor for Middle and Upper Sackville, Beaver...
Scorpion stings St. John's man on plane
Scorpion stings St. John's man on plane QMI Agency First posted: Monday, March 02, 2015 01:57 PM EST A St. John's man says he thought he was going to die after a scorpion...
Dec 14th, 2014 by Cannuck
Nfld Premier Says Harper Can't Be Trusted
Premier Paul Davis met with Prime Minister Stephen Harper Friday evening in Ottawa, but it didnt do a whole lot of good. Davis left the meeting frustrated, saying Harper cannot be trusted. Theyre moving the goalposts, he said. Theyve...
Dec 13th, 2014 by Sal
That could be why they call it 'potluck'....
An elderly woman has died and about 30 others are sick after a church potluck dinner in a small New Brunswick town. More than 100 people gathered at Nackawic Community Hall last Friday Dec. 5 for a turkey dinner sponsored by a local church. ...
Nov 27th, 2014 by B00Mer
Irvings have a monopoly on New Brunswick's news media
The Irvings are secretive billionaires who have a monopoly on New Brunswick's news media. Journalist Jacques Poitras, author of Irving vs Irving, describes how the family subtly suppresses criticism and destroys competitors. "A journalist disaster...
Oct 13th, 2014 by Nuggler
Violent police 'home invasion' leads to $66K bill for victims
Two siblings are speaking out for the first time about how Halifax police "invaded" one of their homes in the middle of the night, then assaulted him as he tried to protect his sister from getting seriously hurt. "I was fearful for her life," said...
Sep 7th, 2014 by Colpy
Vicious beaver attacks Halifax snorkeler
Jeremy McNaughton wont quickly forget his encounter with a rogue beaver that attacked him off the shores of Nova Scotia. The 23-year-old Halifax man was snorkelling in Spanish Ship Bay, near Sherbrooke, with a couple of friends, when one of them...