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Social media is increasingly emboldening students to make threats against schools or people – and districts aren't always equipped to respond, says a New Brunswick superintendent.
Gregg Ingersoll, superintendent of Anglophone East School District, said that nearly all of his school district's recent violent threat risk assessments – investigations into threats made by students – involved an online component such as social media or chat…
A privacy expert says two New Brunswick school districts' refusal to release threat assessment data suggests they are misapplying the Right to Information and Protection of Privacy Act.
Michael Karanicolas, president of The Right to Know Coalition, a Halifax-based non-governmental organization that works to promote transparency and open government, made his comments in the wake of a Daily Gleaner investigation into violent threat risk…
SHEDIAC • A moratorium on the development of vulnerable, coastal areas across New Brunswick should be one takeaway from the first Northumberland Strait Conference on Coastal Protection and Restoration, said conference organizer and fervent water protection advocate Arthur Melanson.
More than 150 people packed a Shediac conference room Monday to hear speakers assembled by groups along the Strait which are pushing government to take the…
Two men were taken to the Dr. Everett Chalmers Regional Hospital with "serious injuries" following a single-vehicle accident on Monday evening, says the Fredericton Police Force.
Sgt. Justin LeBlanc said the primary response team received a report of a rollover accident on Gulliver Drive, located on the city's north side.
When they arrived at the scene around 10 p.m., officers found the vehicle's two male occupants had suffered serious injuries,…
It isn't every day you're able to get firsthand business advice from an entrepreneur as experienced and worldly as Chris Fanjoy, but several members of Miramichi Young Professionals and Involved Entrepreneurs (MYPIE) got that chance on Wednesday night at O'Donaghues.
Fanjoy, a decorated computer engineer, application developer and technologies project manager gave his presentation as part of MYPIE's "Mentor Moments" series, in which an…
It’s still sinking in that by mid-summer, close to 100 people will be without a job when one of the larger employers in Campbellton shuts its doors.
On April 17, officials with Brookfield Global Integrated Services were at the company's call centre in Campbellton, where employees were told the centre would be closing effective July 27. While the majority of employees will get some sort of severance package and qualify for employment insurance…
The Carleton County Animal Shelter is giving a round of "appaws" to two businesses after they sponsored a large donation of pet supplies.
Shur-Gain Feeds 'N Needs in Woodstock and Kane Veterinary Supply donated dozens of collars, harnesses and leashes for cats and dogs to the Debec shelter Friday.
"It feels fantastic [to get this donation]," said Joanne Reid, vice-president of the Carleton County Animal Shelter. "It's so encouraging to be…
They say clothes can say a lot about a person, but what about a wedding dress?
To Joy Fine, they can.
For years Fine has been collecting wedding dresses from all over and on April 21, she will be showing off her collection at the Ayr Motor Centre in the Weddings In History Exhibition.
"There will be between 100 and 120 pieces," said Fine. "There are several multi-generational pieces. We have one piece in particular that has four generations of…
A comment directed at the Acadie-Bathurst Titan is leaving the team and the general manager scratching their heads.
Following Game 2 at the K.C Irving Regional Centre where the Titan trumped the Victoriaville Tigres 7-3 on April 21, Tigres head coach Louis Robitaille told the media in post-game comments that his club "hates" the Titan.
But no one from home side knows why Robitaille said it.
Sylvain Couturier, general manager of the Titan, said…
Fredericton bodybuilder Randy Madsen needed his big biceps to carry all the hardware he won Saturday night.
The St. Stephen native won the David portion of the David vs. Goliath Gladiator Elite Bodybuilding Showdown, the overall men's physique title, the men's classic physique A category and the men's middleweight bodybuilding crown.
He pocketed a total of $1,500 in bursaries to put toward future Canadian Physique Alliance pro qualifiers and was…
The gloves are off between the Titan and Tigres.
"We hate them now," said Louis Robitaille, head coach of the Victoriaville Tigres after a 7-3 loss at the K.C. Irving Regional Centre on Saturday night.
The Acadie-Bathurst Titan (No.2) and Tigres (No.6) went toe-to-toe in Game 2of their Quebec Major Junior Hockey League best-of-seven semifinal. The Titan lead the series 2-0 after a 6-3 win the previous night at home.
As a child, Tera Van Beilen remembers how inspired she felt after meeting Canadian Olympic medallist Adam van Koeverden.
Now, 25, the Youth Olympic Games gold medallist and former Olympic swimmer said she was happy to offer the same to children in Fredericton as she led a two-day training camp for members of the FAST swim club on the weekend.
"Any sport you're in, you always look to the best [athletes] and admire the best, and try to strive…
The place that former Toronto mayor Mel Lastman defiantly brought to life despite a legion of naysayers – a second city downtown in the near suburbs, for God’s sakes – was as quiet as a graveyard.
Late Monday, orange tarpaulins still covered at least five bodies along a two-kilometre stretch of the western side of Yonge Street that is now the scene of a mass murder, at the very least.
Four others had been removed earlier.
When I first arrived in Moncton as an immigrant in April 2011, I was struck by the strong and sustained voice of politicians and pundits on the importance of immigrants to New Brunswick. It was energizing. Here was a forward-looking province that recognized immigrants as necessary engines of growth. Here was a province that saw in me and my fellow immigrants power and potential, not peril.
In light of the dangerous demagoguery currently…
The Brunswick News political cartoon is created by Michael de Adder.
Any time a young person is killed, society rightly responds with grief and sympathy. But with the news of 15 people killed in a highway accident in Saskatchewan – involving a tractor trailer and a bus transporting the Humboldt Broncos junior hockey team – it is hitting thousands of Canadians even harder.
Hockey is one of our national pastimes. By the time players get to the NHL where we watch them compete for our entertainment, they (and many…
It may feel as though spring has yet to arrive in New Brunswick, but the summer movie season is already upon us, with the release of Avengers: Infinity War later this week. If it feels like the summer blockbusters are arriving sooner than usual, that is exactly the case, as the latest Marvel film originally slated for the first Friday of May was moved ahead a week earlier this year. As has become the norm, it's a summer packed with action…
Canada may have shown some mercy on the Big Brother Canada house, but the Head of Household certainly did not. That contrast of power and a major twist sent the house into a tailspin, resulting in the devastating backdoor eviction of beloved houseguest and frontrunner Erica Hill.
The week began with an entirely different target in mind after 25-year-old Saint John wine ambassador Kaela Grant won the HoH competition and proved she was much…
14A. Violence. Language May Offend
Starring Dwayne Johnson, Naomie Harris, Malin Akerman, Jeffrey Dean Morgan, Jake Lacy, Joe Manganiello, P.J. Byrne, Jack Quaid, Marley Shelton
Screenplay by Ryan Engle, Carlton Cuse, Ryan J. Condal and Adam Sztykiel
Directed by Brad Peyton
Runtime: 108 minutes
Doug's Grade: C
Another month, another video game adaptation in movie theatres. This time around we have Dwayne Johnson starring in a film adaptation of …
14A. Violence, Disturbing Content
Starring Emily Blunt, John Krasinski, Millicent Simmonds, Noah Jupe, Cade Woodward
Screenplay by Bryan Woods, Scott Beck and John Krasinski
Directed by John Krasinski
Runtime: 90 minutes
Doug’s Grade: A-
Just over a year after comedy genius Jordan Peele gave us a horror masterwork in Get Out, we have another comedy actor turned filmmaker delivering a horror film. John Krasinski, best known for his work in the…
APOHAQUI • Nova climbs up onto her mother’s lap. Her bright pink pigtails dangle low as she sports a matching pink T-shirt reading ‘Girls Rule.’
She is three.
And like the nature of any toddler, her mind is filled with endless questions. These days though, her curiosity tends to circle around the fire.
“Mommy, want to look at bedroom that burned down,” she said to her mother, as she sits in her lap.
“You wanna see it? Why?” her mom asks.
SUSSEX • The Sussex Christian School Theatre Department will bring an iconic Canadian novel to the stage.
The SCS High School Drama will present Anne of Green Gables May 3 and 4.
Two public performances will be held at the Sussex Wesleyan auditorium, 280 St. George St., at 7 p.m. on Thursday and Friday evenings.
Advanced tickets may be purchased for $8 from the school office, or $10 at the door. Please contact the school for information at…
SUSSEX • The Town of Sussex recognized 42 volunteers and two young people for their contribution to the community at a reception Thursday evening.
"Whatever motivated you to do what it is you do, the common thing of it all is selflessness," Sussex Mayor Marc Thorne said as he addressed the audience. "We know you're not doing it for recognition ... but it's people like you who make any place worth living in."
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SAINT JOHN • It all started when Christoff Nix picked up a ticket for An Enemy of the People.
Nix was the Intendant of Theatre Konstanz in Germany. His company happened to be putting on the same show back home, Ein Volksfeind.
That show, and the conversations with the Saint John Theatre Company afterwards, have turned into friendships spanning an ocean.
Nix invited the theatre company to perform in Konstanz, a city the size of Saint John,…
Showcasing the lived experiences of Indigenous peoples to a wider audience has been a goal for Natalie Sappier.
With her play Finding Wolastoq Voice recently wrapping up its tour across New Brunswick, the Wolastoqiyik playwright said she thinks she accomplished that following feedback she's heard about the production.
"They [attendees] got the opportunity to learn a bit about Wolastoqiyik culture and some of what Wolastoqiyik people feel…
Rocker Sebastian Bach is coming to Moncton this summer.
The former Skid Row frontman will perform at Casino New Brunswick on July 5.
Skid Row's popularity soared in the late '80s and early '90s with a string of hits including "Youth Gone Wild," "18 and Life" and "I Will Remember You."
Since leaving Skid Row in 1996, the singer/actor has released three solo albums and has performed on Broadway and the small screen. Bach has made guest…
A Moncton author is helping Rebecca Schofield's kindness legacy live on through his new book.
Schofield recently passed away after a battle with cancer. But after learning her fate, she had one simple request: Be kind to each other. A social media campaign took off and touched thousands worldwide, which inspired Jason Tremere to put together his first book #BeccaToldMeTo: Spreading Kindness, One Hashtag at a Time, which compiled various good…