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  1. Rain for most of New Brunswick on Thanksgiving Monday
  2. First oyster festival set to be held in oyster hub of Atlantic Canada
  3. National soccer championships continue in Moncton
  4. Fall colours make for beautiful hiking conditions in Saint John area
  5. Immigrant youth find more success in Florenceville-Bristol
  6. Hurricane Matthew forces 2 cruise ships to divert to Saint John
  7. This is Main Street: Rise and fall of a once thriving commercial district
  8. Fresh4Less promotes healthy eating, wellness in Northumberland County
  9. 'Amazed and really happy': Moncton writer reacts to award nomination
  10. Saint John's old north end is city's 'best kept secret'
  11. Saint John man goes 'all in' to renovate long-vacant north end homes
  12. Artists, cheap house-hunters see potential in Saint John's old north end
  13. A view of Saint John's old north end
  14. Head-on collision kills Saint-Louis de Kent woman
  15. Gratitude: You don't need a feast to reflect on the good things in life
  16. High winds limit traffic on Confederation Bridge
  17. 3 teenage boys face charges connected to attempted armed robbery
  18. Storm knocks out power to over 3,300 NB Power customers
  19. Girls-only minor hockey league starts in Dieppe
  20. Ring the bell: Wrestling is back in Fredericton
  21. Sunshine returns after a rainy Thanksgiving
  22. Moncton pays cash and gives parking lot to developer for Castle Manor lawn
  23. 'I thought they were going to kill me': Police pull guns on man after alleged suicide threat
  24. Delays in finishing Regent Street overpass could cost firm $320K in fines
  25. 'Logieville's sweetheart' honoured with lifetime achievement award
  26. Ammonia leak delays opening of York Arena by a week
  27. Is immigration turning around an aging Atlantic Canada?
  28. New U.S. pipelines could end winter natural gas price spikes
  29. Richard Valiquette's criminal negligence trial in death of Gavin Adams continues
  30. New owners, new name: rebrand underway for Saint John Mill Rats
  31. New garbage-sorting program in Moncton introduces 3rd bag
  32. Saint John food bank dealing with 42% increase in demand
  33. 'Designed without all of the pieces': Regional commissions questioned
  34. St. Thomas hockey player to represent Canada on international ice
  35. 'We certainly have some challenges': NB Power's debt goal in doubt
  36. Wanted: Tractor thief in New Denmark
  37. Anne Bertrand fires back at NB Liquor in information dispute
  38. Video: CBC NB News - Click to watch online - October 11, 2016
  39. Atlantic Canada offering little data on assisted deaths
  40. Modern skating rink coming to Dieppe in time for Christmas
  41. Saint John councillors struggle with citizens' expectations
  42. 'Clear and calm' for the next couple of days, Kalin Mitchell says
  43. 'It was so upsetting': Same-sex couple's marriage message vandalized
  44. 'They're scared': Fredericton councillor seeks neighbourhood watch in Nashwaaksis
  45. Gavin Adams was stumbling when he left Richard Valiquette's and went missing, trial hears
  46. Mount A's roundtable 'a first' for Lyme disease research in Canada
  47. Tanks and training will make for a noisy two weeks near Base Gagetown
  48. Curbside composting a waste, says former waste commission chair
  49. Law society suspends 'missing' lawyer who once was deputy justice minister
  50. Tales from the crypt: 5 tips for exploring N.B. graveyards
  51. Connaught Street students enjoy the fruits of their labour
  52. Fundy National Park site of major salmon release
  53. Lots to think about: Saint John wants vacant properties back in play
  54. Video: CBC NB News - Click to watch online - October 12, 2016
  55. Saint John stabbing on Peters Street sends man to hospital
  56. Bertrand says she was 'threatened to say nothing' about NB Liquor report
  57. Round II in border beer battle: Gerard Comeau case before appeal court
  58. Future of 2 Fredericton parks in the public's hand once again
  59. Tale of 2 heat-pump programs: Victim of own success
  60. Developing creativity brick by brick: Lego lecture at UNB
  61. 'I really do believe in ... Campbellton': Entrepreneur starts 3rd business
  62. Lots of sunshine and temperatures close to 20 C today
  63. 'I am resigned to the direction this is heading,' Gord Downie tells Peter Mansbridge
  64. No deal before deadline on softwood lumber — what happens now?
  65. Cutting edge-fashion: N.B. Museum preserves rare gown made of glass
  66. 'Something weird with the chemistry': Samsung battery problems surprise expert
  67. Looking 119 years into Moncton's past: Time capsule opened
  68. Mrs. Dunster's expands bakery operations in P.E.I.
  69. Bureaucrat in charge of Phoenix pay system shuffled into new role
  70. Saint John store owner feels violated after $10,000 diamond taken
  71. Elsipogtog crash leads to death of 51-year-old man
  72. Possessing stolen plaques from N.B. museum nets man 2 years in jail
  73. Man implicated in Baylee Wylie case gets 18 months in jail
  74. Man wanted for armed robberies in Moncton, Bedford, N.S. arrested
  75. Video: CBC NB News - Click to watch online - New Brunswick October 13, 2016
  76. 2 sides of Mel Norton: Look at PC leadership hopeful's time as mayor
  77. Pitch made for new baseball diamond in Fredericton
  78. Court of Appeal undecided about hearing case on dual busing
  79. Conversion of St. Vincent's school delayed by funding issues
  80. 'Ticks are walking bags of pathogens,' warns Mount A biologist
  81. Hundreds are expected to send off lobster fleet in Alma
  82. Dennis Oland jurors fell victim to circumstantial evidence, appeal alleges
  83. Sunny and cool fall weather in the forcast for this weekend
  84. This filmmaker is wracking up international accolades — and it's all thanks to Fredericton
  85. Mindscapes NB brings together artists hit by mental illness
  86. Taxpayers group calls for NB Liquor to comply with information ruling
  87. Injured St. Stephen hockey player Scottie Greene making 'incredible improvement'
  88. Number of jobs lost, money saved through SNB call centre cuts unknown
  89. Shots fired in 9-hour standoff in Acadian Peninsula
  90. ATV trail bridge burned near Sussex and RCMP suspect arson
  91. Suspect arrested for stabbing and robbery in Saint John
  92. Richard Valiquette's criminal negligence trial hears from toxicologist
  93. Comic store robbed of $15,000 worth of game cards in overnight break-in
  94. Excavator still stuck in 104-year-old covered bridge deck
  95. New provincial women's basketball league warming up for season
  96. How mad would you be if your Disney Caribbean cruise went to Nova Scotia?
  97. Medicare threatened by 'the great demographic imbalance,' warns analyst
  98. YMCA newcomer program in Saint John expands due to huge demand
  99. 'Somebody out there knows who is responsible': Man takes to Facebook after $6K theft
  100. How the Chinese market became essential for two N.B. businesses
  101. Look up! A hunter's supermoon should make for a spectacular lunar view this weekend
  102. 'An iconic project': N.B. section of Trans Canada Trail complete
  103. New John Hooper exhibit reveals less-known side of iconic Saint John artist
  104. Saint John singer-songwriter Stevedore Steve dead at 80
  105. 'They're professionals': Saint John diamond theft draws similar stories across Canada
  106. EU backs off banning North American lobster
  107. Man dead after single-vehicle crash in St. Stephen
  108. Cap-Pelé's Patrice Cormier named captain of the Manitoba Moose
  109. Fredericton man's family in Haiti devastated by Hurricane Matthew
  110. Netflix crushes border hoppers: Get used to your Canada-only library
  111. Letters from Beauly details New Brunswick's forestry war effort
  112. Seafarer's Mission hopes to bring boxes of Christmas joy
  113. A Sunday Affair: New play is historic bilingual production
  114. Protesters against snowmobiles on Mount Carleton notify hikers of coming changes
  115. #myCBCnb photo gallery of the week (link fixed)
  116. Customers encouraged to shop without paying, ever, at Fredericton store
  117. Fredericton's York Arena reopening delayed a 3rd time
  118. Pulp mill issues public apology after five gas leaks in Edmundston
  119. Cider house asks people get back to their apple tree roots
  120. Coroner's inquest into inmate death from 2010 starts Monday
  121. A mix of sun and cloud and mild temperatures today
  122. Businesses struggling through 5-month road construction work in Dieppe
  123. Salmon farms report first new cases of salmon anaemia in 4 years
  124. 'We have to be really careful': Police say publishing crime info takes time
  125. Gavin Adams died from hypothermia after taking 25i, negligence trial hears
  126. Trudeau appoints Newfoundlander Malcolm Rowe to Supreme Court
  127. Volunteer fire department seeking recruits who can take the heat
  128. E-residency program pioneered in Estonia could be an option for NB
  129. 'It's unified resistance': Parents frustrated over possible catchment change
  130. Nova Scotia man admits operating hotel brothels in New Brunswick
  131. Photo shows getaway van used in Moncton armed robbery
  132. 'We all want these people caught': Thieves steal $45K worth of goods
  133. New rules to make it harder for New Brunswickers to get mortgage
  134. Video: CBC NB News - Click to watch online - New Brunswick October 17, 2016
  135. Video: Click to watch online - CBC NB Political Panel Oct. 17
  136. Have a sweet tooth? A Fredericton church can help
  137. Shoot like Steph Curry: Basketball shot lab a first in Canada
  138. Board member resigns from beleaguered Miramichi women's shelter
  139. Row on Waterloo Row wages on: Neighbour blocks modern house
  140. Clouds today, showers overnight, and summer-like tomorrow
  141. Was taxi bylaw a 'complete waste of time'? Saint John council has questions
  142. Dennis Oland's appeal of murder conviction begins today in Fredericton
  143. 'I can't get it done as finance minister': Blaine Higgs runs as rebel
  144. Massive seniors' complex in Moncton clears 1st hurdle
  145. Dogs challenged to hunt down hidden rats in new competition
  146. Law from 1900 denies mother standing in inquest into son's death
  147. Refugees getting more language training from federal government, Arseneault says
  148. Drug expert Dr. Joji Suzuki to testify at trial of Richard Valiquette
  149. Over and out: Moncton gets new radios for fire department
  150. 'It looks like a milkshake': Brit surfs Moncton's tidal bore
  151. Health ministers prime for debate over health care spending
  152. Medical team working to provide Haitians with treatment, food
  153. Glen Wareham inquest: 'Glen pushed the system beyond its limit'
  154. 'Not shovel ready': No skate park plans in first draft of Fredericton budget
  155. Jury picked for Devin Morningstar's murder trial
  156. 2 men charged after Ecuadorean woman illegally enters U.S. via St. John River
  157. $20K diamond heist in Charlottetown may be linked to other thefts in region say police
  158. Key topics: The 7 P.C. leadership candidates on 7 core provincial issues
  159. QMJHL suspends Wildcats defenceman Zach Malatesta for 7 games
  160. Conspiring to traffic methamphetamine nets 2 men 30 months in prison
  161. Video: CBC NB News - Click to watch online - Big Data Conference in Saint John
  162. Video: CBC NB News - Click to watch online - New Brunswick October 18, 2016
  163. Top N.B. judge expresses concern about Dennis Oland murder trial
  164. Not a fish tale: 35-pound salmon caught Southwest Miramichi
  165. 'Boom, the shell went off': Hunter survives shot to the face
  166. Top judge rejects Dennis Oland's relationship with father as 'fine'
  167. Inmate's extreme acts of self harm detailed at coroner's inquest
  168. Miramichi shelter board lacks transparency, says ex-board member
  169. Backyard deer hunting angers Quispamsis resident
  170. Warm temperatures and sunny skies today and tomorrow
  171. Murder trial of Moncton teen to hear from first witnesses
  172. Bra Day events reveal truth about breast reconstruction surgery
  173. Moncton drops out of top 10 list of best cities for entrepreneurs
  174. 'Should've been going on for years': Senate hearings on Energy East
  175. 'Belle p'tite cabane': Chiac ad for Moncton house goes viral
  176. Alleged assault in Six Roads leads to 3 arrests
  177. Dennis Oland an 'unlucky innocent person,' Appeal Court told
  178. Leak at Edmundston mill should have been made public sooner, says conservation council
  179. That makes 2: Another farm tractor stolen in New Denmark
  180. Tracy-area residents report multiple sightings of possible cougar
  181. Robotics, cyber security and big data: expert dishes on future tech
  182. Canada-wide warrant issued for pair wanted in Saint John jewel robbery
  183. N.B.'s fall colours brighter this year, says tree expert
  184. Judge's ruling in criminal negligence causing death case set for Feb. 20
  185. Senate committee pushing for Energy East visits Saint John
  186. Monica Barley promises new approach in race for PC leadership
  187. 'Correctional officers don't know how to deal with mentally ill patients,' inquest told
  188. 'We can all talk about it': Podcast gives perspective of 2 black Maritimers
  189. Fredericton teen caught with $178K worth of drugs remains in jail
  190. Can't remember trash pick-up? There's an app for that
  191. Heavy rain expected Friday night and Saturday
  192. Lack of alternatives driving long segregation stays in Atlantic prisons
  193. Will Dennis Oland be acquitted of murder? Appeal decision possible by Monday
  194. 2 suspects arrested over Saint John $10K diamond theft
  195. Devin Morningstar's 1st-degree murder trial heads into 2nd day
  196. 42 comics to do fast-paced sets in memory of the late Lloyd Ravn
  197. Grammy-winning artist flies solo after decades as lauded backup singer
  198. 80 arson cases recorded in southeast during last 2 years
  199. Psychiatric facility more appropriate for mentally ill inmates, inquest told
  200. 'This is a clear denial of access to justice': Lawyer wants 3 cases stayed
  201. Caissie Cape residents argue over preventing beach erosion
  202. Irving's Halifax marine terminal opens with plug for Energy East
  203. Fredericton's homeless put art on display at Government House
  204. Bathurst bylaw: No trick-or-treating after 7 PM, must be under 14
  205. Boil order posible in Saint John as harsh weather may affect water supply
  206. Heavy rain and high winds today and tomorrow
  207. No easy predictions for Saturday's PC leadership vote
  208. Possible cougar DNA samples have gone untested for 13 years
  209. Jury sees and hears of items gathered at scene of Baylee Wylie killing
  210. 10 small earthquakes in the past month 'nothing to worry about,' says expert
  211. Farmers union finds new local food and beverages strategy unclear
  212. 'Better late than never': Brewers concerned about aspects of local strategy
  213. Bessborough School in Moncton needs to be replaced, says report
  214. Cross-border beer decision stands, for now
  215. Province uncertain over covered bridge's future as repairs continue
  216. What you need to know as the Tories pick a new leader today
  217. Tory leadership hopefuls prepare to deliver final speeches in race
  218. Dennis Oland murder appeal split decision would trigger Supreme Court review
  219. Rain, winds could restrict some Maritime travel Saturday
  220. Wondering what to do with your life? Moncton teacher offers advice to grads
  221. 'Paula's Mission': Saint John woman hosting fundrasier to help Egyptian families
  222. Acadian Peninsula's "veloroute" project rolling along
  223. 1st ballot results expected in N.B. Progressive Conservative leadership race
  224. 'We're a hardy people': Rain fails to hamper Hometown Hockey in Saint John
  225. How a Nazi attack sparked invasion fears on a remote Nova Scotia island
  226. Miramichi Heritage Players find home in folklore park
  227. Legs for Literacy: Runner hopes to achieve world record at Moncton race
  228. Son honours parents, other veterans with banners for wartime service
  229. Dennis Oland's Supreme Court bail appeal expected to proceed even if moot point
  230. 3,000 run Legs for Literacy race in downtown Moncton
  231. Youth orchestra cellist enjoys 'the moods of the music'
  232. Firefighters find woman's body after Val-d'Amour fire
  233. Acadian Peninsula's recycling program exceeds expectations
  234. Will Dennis Oland be acquitted of murder? Court of Appeal decision expected today
  235. Fredericton's 'sexiest' building still in engineering and design phase
  236. Can province's new PC leader bring party together to win next election?
  237. Segregation wasn't tracked in New Brunswick jails until 2016
  238. Saint Johner looking for answers from Phoenix Pay Centre representatives
  239. A cool week on the way with flurries and brisk winds
  240. House fire displaces elderly couple from Noonan home
  241. Devin Morningstar's trial continues into second week
  242. Dennis Oland to get new trial
  243. Emergence of robotics into people's lives creates ethics concern
  244. New 3-bag garbage sorting starts today in Moncton
  245. York Arena finally reopens after 2 year closure
  246. NB Liquor pulled plug on cheap beer because of impact on profits
  247. Carbon price won't be revenue-neutral, concedes Gallant government
  248. Inmate's death led to new policies in prison system, inquest hears
  249. Fredericton church group knits for breast cancer survivors
  250. New Brunswick October 24, 2016