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Authorities suspect a violent storm that hit New Brunswick suddenly late Thursday, ripping roofs apart and pulling down utility poles, may have been powered by tornadoes.
The death of a man who was repeatedly pepper sprayed at a New Brunswick prison was preventable, Canada's correctional investigator has found in a damning review that concludes unnecessary force was used.
New Brunswick has appointed five woman judges, bringing gender parity to the provincial court, and named the first female chief judge.
New Brunswick won't lower the voting age in the province unless it's first approved through a referendum, the minister responsible for electoral reform said Monday.
New Brunswick has officially replaced five place names in the Saint John area that use the anachronistic word 'Negro.'
A 69-year-old man has pleaded guilty after being captured on video mowing down another man in a Saint John, N.B., parking lot in his Audi SUV.
The New Brunswick government will increase funding in some key areas of higher education by just over five per cent in a provincial budget to be tabled Tuesday.
The New Brunswick government will table legislation today to create the new position of integrity commissioner -- compressing a number of legislative watchdog roles into one.
Thousands of people were still without power this morning following two powerful storms in New Brunswick.
New Brunswickers are bracing for another round of messy, wet weather while thousands of residents are still without power following a storm earlier in the week.
Blaine Higgs is the new leader of New Brunswick's Progressive Conservative party -- taking the majority of the votes on the third ballot Saturday at a leadership convention in Fredericton.