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RCMP investigating after man's body found in Moncton

MONCTON – Codiac RCMP are investigating after the body of an older man was found in a shed in a residential neighbourhood in Moncton.

The man was found deceased on Joyce Avenue in the McLaughlin Road and Morton Avenue area at around 1 p.m. 203 more words


1906 Attempt At Professional Baseball in New Brunswick

While doing some research on Google News, I came across an interesting article from the Saint John Daily Sun on March 28.  The article is about an attempt to start a professional baseball league New Brunswick.   309 more words

Minor Leagues

New Brunswick students displaced after fire

MONCTON – More than 20 students of a university in New Brunswick have been displaced after a fire in a four-story apartment building.

The Canadian Red Cross says the fire at the building in Moncton near the Universite de Moncton campus broke out around noon on Wednesday. 54 more words


Budget promises up to $1M for memorial for slain Moncton RCMP officers

FREDERICTON – The federal budget allocates up to $1 million for a memorial for the three RCMP officers killed in Moncton, N.B., last year.

The budget says the federal government will continue to work with the New Brunswick government and the City of Moncton to fund a memorial that recognize the sacrifices of constables David Ross, Fabrice Gevaudan and Doug Larche. 113 more words


Ville d'Ottawa: Mouvement pour le bilinguisme officiel (drive to make the city of Ottawa officially bilingual) (#248)

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Pour ceux qui ne sont pas au courant, 360tfo et TFO 24.7 sont des télé-magazines à TFO (le réseau de télévision francophone de l’Ontario, avec son siège social et studios principaux à Toronto). 223 more words

Political Related

Codiac RCMP looking for suspect in bank robbery

MONCTON – Codiac RCMP have released photos of a man they say robbed an RBC on Mountain Road Tuesday morning.

The suspect entered the bank at 1955 Mountain Road in Moncton around 9:30 a.m. 79 more words


Moncton looking for public's ideas on the future of three city parks

MONCTON – The city of Moncton is conducting public consultations on proposed changes they are making to three parks.

Nadine Melanson-LeBlanc, community development officer for the department of parks and leisure, says the city has been handing out door-knockers to residents in the neighbourhoods around each park and are encouraging residents to go on the city’s website to view the proposed changes. 416 more words