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'Makes no sense': New Brunswick man loses his 'free-the-beer' fight
After a five-year legal battle, a New Brunswick man has lost his bid to be able to stock up on cheap beer in neighbouring Quebec.
Minivan drives through Dalhousie Tim Hortons front window
A Tim Hortons restaurant in Dalhousie was open for business Thursday, a day after a van crashed through the front window.
A diamond in the rough: Blue Jays help Gagetown with ball-field makeover
Alyssa Shupe is a diehard Red Sox fan and, often as possible, cheers on her team at Boston's Fenway Park. But her loyalty could be slipping after the Toronto Blue Jays gave the village a thrilling prize: money for a ball field.
TD gets $8.8M in aid from province to create 440 jobs in Moncton area
TD will use an $8.8 million forgivable loan from New Brunswick taxpayers as it creates 440 new jobs over the next seven years at a new finance operations centre.
Baylee Wylie's last hours detailed during police interview with Devin Morningstar
4 New Brunswick roads make CAA Atlantic's worst 10 list
College calls for using private psychologists in schools to reduce waits
Peel ... in this place: Why thousands of licence plates are being recalled
Beer not freed: Supreme Court upholds law in cross-border alcohol case
Tri-coloured bat likely extinct in New Brunswick, zoologist says
After shocking case of neglect, province's entire child-protection system under review
Cannabis cases will continue to be prosecuted, despite legalization
Australia says dropped phones on airplanes are a fire risk. Transport Canada does not
Marissa Shepard murder trial set to resume testimony before jury
Retired lawyer seeks $175,000 after 8-year fight with law society
Soldier fined $1K and reprimanded for accessing porn on DND computer while on duty