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Wallets, cellphones and computers sitting on the front seat of an unlocked car provide an easy target for thieves, a Codiac Regional RCMP officer said Saturday.
"We've seen an upswing in thefts from vehicles and frauds," Cpl. Lynn Saulnier said as volunteers in red RCMP jackets walked through a Moncton neighbourhood to spread the message of crime prevention. "We've seen cases where wallets were stolen from vehicles and then the credit and…
Harrison Trimble High School students congregated around tables Friday morning, eating and chatting. It was a regular high school scene, but for the bright red Band-Aids each sported mid-arm.
More than 25 students boarded Canadian Blood Services “life buses,” happily missing class to donate blood in what has become a school tradition.
"It has become the school's culture to support becoming a blood donor," said Jacqueline Alain, territory director…
The federal government plans to make it legal for adults to possess small amounts of pot later this year, which has Moncton lawyer Christian Libotte fielding questions from clients.
Not from people charged with possessing marijuana, but from individuals previously convicted wondering if they can get it wiped from their criminal record.
"I've had 10 to 15 calls from clients asking me if they can get a pardon," said the lawyer, who previously…
A Moncton man who made headlines for driving golf balls in a city park a few years ago was charged with several offences on Friday, the day after he rode an ice chunk down the Petitcodiac River.
Michael Edward Delahunt, 34, of Lutz Street, appeared in provincial court Friday morning and almost immediately got into an argument with Judge Denise LeBlanc. The judge was trying to read Delahunt’s new charges, but he didn’t want her to hear them.
After more than two years of operation, The Brick store in Edmundston will close in early March.
Located at the Gray Rock Power Centre, the furniture store – which opened in December 2015 – is holding a liquidation sale following a decision in January.
Joanna Bernard, President and CEO of the Madawaska Maliseet Economic Development Corporation (MMEDC), said Internet sales have been a factor in the decision to close the store.
BEIJING • Global markets fell sharply on Tuesday following a volatile day in U.S. trading, renewing questions about whether the long-running global stock rally is heading for a rout and potentially testing President Donald Trump.
The hard tumble began Tuesday in Asia. Japan's Nikkei stock index closed down nearly 4.7 per cent, recovering from a precipitous 7 per cent plunge earlier in the day. Hong Kong's Hang Seng Index closed down 5.1 per…
Miramichi's women's business community say they're hoping to make 2018 the best year yet for women in business.
The Women of Miramichi Entrepreneurial Network (WOMEN) held their 2018 Annual General Meeting on Thursday, Feb. 1 at the Miramichi Naturopathic Health Clinic in Douglastown. Around 30 women from around the river came together to talk about the organization's future plans, reflect on the past year and discuss what could be…
Swoop, WestJet's new low-fare, no-frills spinoff airline, won't be flying into New Brunswick.
The airline unveiled plans Thursday for its first summer in the skies in media events in Hamilton and Abbotsford, B.C, promising to "to change Canadian air travel forever."
It offered a splashy promotion of $0-fares on the first 2,000 seats it sells online for each of its routes.
Halifax is the only Atlantic Canadian destination now on Swoop's schedule.
New Brunswick's adopted son, Ted-Jan Bloemen, wrapped up his 2018 Olympic Winter Games with two medals and a seventh-place finish in PyeongChang, South Korea.
Bloemen was part of the Canadian men's long-track speed skating pursuit team that competed against the United States of America on Wednesday in the Final D round of the men's team pursuit competition. They finished their race at the Gangneung Oval with a final time of 3:42.16,…
Roughly 300 athletes will compete for provincial medals, a shot at the nationals and bragging rights next year in Miramichi.
Plans were announced Thursday at Beaverbrook Kin Club for the city to host the 2019 Special Olympics New Brunswick Winter Games next February.
"This is a big deal for all the athletes," Gayle Waye, Special Olympics Miramichi co-ordinator, said after the announcement.
"They're all looking forward to participating in their…
The Acadie-Bathurst Titan suffered a 4-2 loss to the Gatineau Olympiques in Quebec Major Junior Hockey League action Thursday night at the K.C Irving Regional Centre.
The team is back on home ice Friday to face off against the Drummondville Voltigeurs at 7 p.m. at the centre.
A veteran blueliner is hoping to bring leadership and his playoff experience to the Acadie-Bathurst Titan.
Olivier Galipeau, 20, has spent the past five years lacing up in the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League and has a President's Cup and a solid run at the Memorial Cup under his belt in a short span.
Speaking with The Northern Light prior to the Titan's regular season game against the Gatineau Olympiques at the K.C Irving Regional Centre Feb.…
This week, an obviously novice freestyle skier took to the halfpipe and completed her Olympic runs right-side up – mostly because she didn’t attempt to go upside down – for a solid last-place finish.
Her mediocre performance didn't light up the scoreboards, but it definitely lit up the Twitterverse: was Hungarian skier Elizabeth Swaney’s Olympic performance laudable or laughable?
As athletes fly the flags of other countries more and more, it's a…
Greg Perry's take on the Phoenix pay system.
Cartoonist Greg Perry's on the reactions to marijuana legalization being delayed.
We are now precisely two years removed from the introduction of the Phoenix pay system and even without the added clarity of hindsight, it’s been apparent for some time that the system is broken.
The numbers and the stories speak for themselves. From the outset of this saga, there were consistent reports that federal public sector staff were not receiving their pay accurately or on time.
Predictably, this situation has created widespread levels…
He might have been hoping for a win, but what Miramichi funny man Joe Butler got out of losing CBC’s Open Mic Stand-up contest recently was just as good.
Butler had entered the annual HUBCAP Comedy Festival earlier this month for the chance to open for a big comedic act at the festival, the same place where comedian Tom Green would be headlining.
Although he didn’t place in the top three, he said he’s very pleased with how well he performed…
PG. Violence, Not Recommended for Young Children
Starring Chadwick Boseman, Michael B. Jordan, Lupita Nyong'o, Danai Gurira, Letitia Wright, Martin Freeman, Daniel Kaluuya, Winston Duke, Sterling K. Brown, Angela Bassett, Forest Whitaker and Andy Serkis
Screenplay by Ryan Coogler and Joe Robert Cole
Directed by Ryan Coogler
Runtime: 134 minutes
Doug's Grade: A
It has been nearly 20 years since Blade became the first blockbuster superhero film with a…
Starring: James Corden, Rose Byrne, Domhnall Gleeson, Sam Neill, Margot Robbie, Elizabeth Debicki, Daisy Ridley, and Marianne Jean-Baptiste
Screenplay by: Rob Lieber and Will Gluck
Directed by: Will Gluck
Runtime: 93 minutes
Doug's Grade: C-
We aren't even two months into 2018, and already there are two live-action adaptations of beloved British children's books. After last month's Paddington 2, we now have Peter Rabbit, a film adaptation…
Tired of the same old chocolates and flowers you get every year from your special someone?
Why not take them to a comedy show and tickle their funny bone this Valentine’s Day?
Miramichi funny man Joe Butler is hosting another fun night of laughs with the Midlife Crisis Tour, hosted by Villains of Comedy. It’s open to everyone, singles and couples alike.
“This is kind of a big show,” said Butler. “This is the first show that we’re putting…
ADDRESS: 175 Valmont Crescent, Dieppe
EXTERIOR FINISH: Stone, vinyl
SIZE: 3,762 square feet
HEATING: Forced air, natural gas
COOLING: Central air conditioning
FLOORING: Ceramic, marble, hardwood, laminate
BATHROOMS (full): 3
BATHROOMS (partial): 1
DESCRIPTION: This bright, climate-controlled open-concept home is in the Fox Creek golf course community in Dieppe. The main floor features a dream kitchen…
For Julie Couturier, a three-and-a-half-hour drive is completely worth it if it means getting to ski on a slope packed thick with snow.
Which is why she, along with her husband and two children, makes the drive up to Edmundston from Quispamsis every two or three weeks to hit the hill at Mont Farlagne Outdoor Centre.
Sitting surrounded by the rich brown hue of the wooden walls inside the centre's lodge, Couturier and her husband, Marc-Antoine,…
35 Boundry Drive, Moncton
EXTERIOR FINISH: Vinyl siding
AGE: 9 years
SIZE: 2,113 square feet
HEATING: Forced air, heat pump
COOLING: Air exchanger, central air conditioning
FLOORING: Ceramic tile, hardwood
DESCRIPTION: This custom bungalow sits on a one-hectare treed lot. Three bedrooms, plus a loft bedroom. The main level features hardwood floors, a propane fireplace and cathedral ceilings.…
Rachel Bernard remembers Rebecca Schofield as a person who loved to play practical jokes, finding good puns and did whatever it took to make people smile.
"She was happy-go-lucky and she just had this positive infectious outlook on life," said Bernard.
Bernard, close friends with Becca's parents, said she had the honour and the privilege of watching Becca grow up.
"The person that you saw in front of cameras and on social media is exactly who she…
A tale that has brought attention to the Renous/Miramichi area is about to once again take the stage, this time with a unique twist.
The Legend of the Dungarvon Whooper, a play written by Bernie Colepaugh and based on Michael Whalen’s poem from 1912, is sure to spook, delight and tickle your funny bone when it hits the Miramichi Folklore Park stage in Renous on Saturday, March 3. It is the 18th production of the play by the Miramichi…
One local music group have gotten itself some East Coast Music Awards nods.
City Natives, who will be joined by performing local band Lionsault, will be making its return to the award show stage this spring, in the hopes of bringing some hardware home to the Miramichi.
The rap group, featuring Natoaganeg First Nation's Blake Francis, is up for group recording of the year, rap/hip-hop recording of the year and Indigenous artist of the year for…
A good time was had by all at the recent Thursday Nite Jam at Miramichi Folklore Park, with the father and daughter team of Steve and Kali Nicholson leading the show.
All singers and musicians are welcome every Thursday from 7 to 10 p.m., weather permitting. Two dollars or any donation is appreciated, and a light lunch will be served.
This Saturday, the park will debut the band Nowhere Road, made up of Zach Sullivan, Dan MacVicar and Todd…
It was another successful White Gold Dinner and Concert when the annual event returned to the Miramichi on Sunday, Feb. 4 at the Beaverbrook Kin Centre.
This sold out event brought with it a fun night of music featuring local and guest entertainers, as well as special guest and tenor Leander Mendoza.
Also part of the evening performances were: Lalla McFarlene accompanied by David Bunnell, The Villagers, Bob McCallum and Jimmy Lawlor, Kimberly…