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A brand of lean ground beef has been recalled due to concerns of possible E. coli contamination.
Good Boucher ground beef, sold in several provinces across Canada, including New Brunswick, could contain E. coli O157:H7, the Canadian Food Inspection Agency said in an advisory.
There have been no reported illnesses associated with the consumption of the products, the advisory said.
The recalled items include:
Those anxiously awaiting spring and excited to say goodbye to winter may have to wait a little longer. Winter weather in March, even late March, is not uncommon, says a meteorologist from Environment Canada.
But, on the upside, New Brunswick just may get lucky enough to miss the storm heading in its direction later this week..
Meteorologist Darin Borgel, an Environment Canada in Nova Scotia, told the Bugle-Observer on Sunday that while the…
SUSSEX • What if the nation’s most-eaten vegetable was given the perfect start? And what if that beginning then allowed farmers to plant a crop that, by all standards, had the cleanest bill of health achievable only through meticulous handling at seed level?
The result, said Dr. Andrew McCartney of the J.D. Irving, Limited, laboratory near Sussex, are greater yields of harvested potatoes that translate into less waste and more profit for farmers.
SAINT JOHN • The unanswered questions of Kimberly Amero’s disappearance have festered for more than 32 years. Instead of answers – theories, rumours, memories and second, or third-hand information has piled up with the passing days, weeks and months, fusing together over time.
Nature abhors a vacuum.
So does Joseph Worden. When he learned about Kim – missing since Sept. 3, 1985, when she vanished from the Saint John Exhibition fairgrounds two…
Toys “R” Us stores in New Brunswick and across Canada will remain open, despite news the company intends to sell or close all 800 of its U.S. locations, a spokesperson said Thursday.
Amy von Walter of Global Communications and Public Relations, who does communication for Toys "R" Us in Canada, said local stores will be unaffected by the liquidation in the States.
“Our stores in Canada are open and continuing to serve customers,” von Walter…
The Bathurst Supermall will have a new tenant under the TJX banner of stores.
TJX, the company that owns stores such as Marshalls, Winners and Home Sense, will open a store at the Bathurst Supermall on St. Peter Avenue, Kim Lee, vice-president of investor relations and business intelligence for Choice Properties, which owns the Bathurst Super Mall property, said in an email statement to The Northern Light on Tuesday.
International insurance broker Arthur J. Gallagher & Co. announced Monday the acquisition of the award-winning Hartland-based broker Palmer-Atlantic Insurance.
Joe Palmer, who purchased the 42-year old company from his father, Stephen Palmer, in March 2012, said the deal will expand Palmer-Atlantic's opportunities.
Speaking with the Bugle-Observer Tuesday afternoon, Palmer said being a part of Gallagher gives his company "a lot of additional…
Saving the environment through deodorant? Well, it's a start say one Fredericton husband and wife team.
The name of Josh David's and Margaux Khoury's company - The Best Deodorant In The World - might seem a little boastful, but the title is true of their aim. And they hope other deodorant makers try to catch up.
The pair sold their all-natural deodorant for almost eight successful years until a medical situation forced them to rethink what they…
The University of New Brunswick Varsity Reds have added a fourth straight medal to their collection.
After having their hopes of a Cavendish Farms U Sports national men's hockey championship threepeat dashed by the St. Francis Xavier X-Men 5-4 in an overtime thriller Saturday, the V-Reds rebounded to edge the equally dejected University of Saskatchewan Huskies 5-4, also in sudden-death, in Sunday morning's bronze medal game.
Moncton Wildcats goaltender Mark Grametbauer tapes his stick 30 minutes before each game. When he gets to the bench, he has two bottles - a Gatorade bottle on his left and a water bottle on his right. Before the puck drops, he touches each glove twice.
"I also back into my net and then come out just before the game begins," Grametbauer, 19, says of the routine he goes through before each game.
Whether they call it routine or superstition, it's…
Brendan Quinlan's goal eight minutes into sudden death overtime gave the Fredericton Mr. Automotives Bantam AAA Caps a come from behind 3-2 victory over the EDZA East Scorpions and the New Brunswick Bantam AAA provincial championship at the year-end tournament in Shippagan Sunday.
The Caps, who finished atop the regular season standings with a 21-1-6 regular season record, went 3-1 in the preliminary round to advance to semifinals against the…
The University of Alberta Golden Bears are golden again.
The young Bears got an empty-net goal from Jamie Crooks, their only graduating player, to seal a hard-earned 4-2 victory over the St. Francis Xavier X-Men in the Cavendish Farms U Sports men's hockey gold medal game Sunday before 3,374 paying patrons at the Aitken Centre.
The Edmonton powerhouse gets to hoist the newly named David Johnston University Cup for a record 16th time in school…
Canadians love meat, but other sources of protein are emerging as potent alternatives. Demand is up for vegetable proteins like pulses, as well as for fish and seafood. Loblaw has even started selling cricket flour and is trying to make insect consumption mainstream.
That’s led some people to believe that vegetarian and vegan segments of the Canadian population are on the rise.
Not so much.
According to a recent poll conducted by Dalhousie…
It’s a fact: according to 2017 data, New Brunswick has the highest proportion of seniors aged 65 and over among all provinces.
There are many ways to explain how we got here. The baby boomer generation entering the senior demographic, declining birth rates, youth out-migration and longer life expectancies have all played a role.
And this trend is expected to continue.
In fact, Statistics Canada forecasts that over the next 20 years, New…
The Brunswick News political cartoon is created by Michael de Adder.
Every two years, Olympic coverage invades society for the better part of a month. This February, nightly broadcasts began at 8 p.m. and went well past the midnight hour. When you crawled out of bed the next morning, you could almost pick up where you left off before heading to work. The weekends were almost non-stop broadcasts or rebroadcasts.
And even if you missed a gold-medal moment, you were bound to hear about it around the coffee machine…
PG. Violence, Frightening Scenes
Starring Alicia Vikander, Dominic West, Walton Goggins, Daniel Wu, Kristin Scott Thomas, Derek Jacobi
Screenplay by Geneva Robertson-Dworet and Alastair Siddons. Story by Evan Daugherty
Directed by Roar Uthaug
Runtime: 118 minutes
Doug's Grade: B-
It's no secret that video game movies have had a bad run from the start. Super Mario Bros., Mortal Kombat, Resident Evil, Doom, Assassin's Creed, Street Fighter, The Prince…
After last year's concert which wowed music fans, Zink and Company are returning to the Woodstock stage and, once again, they will be joined by one of the region's and New Brunswick's fast-rising young musicians.
The popular bluegrass recording artists – featuring lead vocalist and guitarist Corey Zink; John Roc, mandolin and vocals; Gary Pomerleau, fiddle and vocals; Keith Edwards, bass and vocals; and Dan Menzone on banjo – have…
Lara Croft in the new Tomb Raider reboot looks like a heroine of the moment. Gone are the Daisy Dukes and knee-high boots of Angelina Jolie's 2001 version of the character. This incarnation, played by Oscar-winner Alicia Vikander, wears a hoodie and cargo pants, spending her days biking around London delivering food – when she's not brawling at the kickboxing gym.
You'd never know she's the heir to a massive fortune. In fact, Lara could cash in…
The unnamed American suburb where Love, Simon takes place is as generic as Call Me By Your Name's setting of Crema, Italy, is specific. Yet both places prove to be remarkably sunny locales for an earnest teenager to come out as gay.
The first major-studio romantic comedy with a teen protagonist who's closeted, Love, Simon is basically a sitcom counterpart to last year's Oscar-nominated Call Me – down to the culminating heart-to-heart with a…
This executive, custom-built home in Douglas has a million-dollar view and is angled perfectly to see amazing sunsets.
"This home is perfect for a growing family, and for entertaining with its spacious kitchen, dining room, family room and living room all on the main level and all with spectacular views," real estate agent Carla Hunter-Kingston said. "You will not be disappointed."
The home at 18 Grand Pass Court has three fireplaces, one of…
In New Brunswick, more than 40 per cent of vehicle occupants who die in a collision are not wearing their seat belt. Many of these lives can be spared if only a seat belt is used: GNB website.
Motor vehicle collisions continue to be the leading cause of death and hospitalizations for children under the age of 14 in Canada. Surveys also demonstrate that nearly 80 per cent of Canadian children were improperly restrained while travelling in a…
With roughly 20 per cent of New Brunswickers claiming Irish ancestry, according to the 2016 census, many of us have reason to celebrate March 17th in one way or another. This collection of snippets shows in succinct fashion how others have done so for a very long time. Hopefully, the reader will be amused or inspired by past celebrations to make the most of what remains of March 17th in this year 2018.
It is Saint Patrick's time of the year again. True, his birthday is still celebrated on March 17, but Saint Patrick seems to be expanding even as we speak. Before too long we shall celebrate Saint Patrick's Week.
If you think perhaps we give the storied Saint more than his due, a document just now crossing my desk seems to give the nod to that idea. The celebrants took to the streets as early as March 11 to see the Irish flag raised in front of…
Who were your heroes growing up?
My parents and older brother. My father ran his roofing business with an ethic of community service. My mother had an eye for beauty and a sense of doing things right. My brother took to the woods and I followed in his footsteps.
What do you treasure most about New Brunswick?
The people and landscape of the central St. John River region. The people are community-minded and the landscape is a wonderful blend of…
The first patches of green were pretty easy to find. All I had to do was look up and I could see them flying right over me.
Green has been on my mind a lot lately. Driving around among seemingly endless snow-covered Alberta fields, even under sunny blue skies, has left me longing for, well, pretty much any colour. Beautiful though the winter landscape is, a world filled with white and blue can get a little monotonous after a while.