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On a serene five-acre parcel of land surrounded by nature and beautiful gardens, Danny’s Hotel Suites & Events Centre blends the peace, quiet and intimacy of a boutique inn with the amenities of a full-service hotel. Newly redesigned interiors have been designed to meet the needs of the next generation of business or leisure traveller. Among hotels in Bathurst NB, our relaxed, eco-friendly Inn is a seamless extension of its surroundings just a short drive from downtown Bathurst, Snowmobile Trail #19 and the beaches of New Brunswick. Beautifully designed and appointed accommodations comprise standard rooms, executive rooms and spacious suites with kitchens. 

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Higgs's popularity has soared, but PCs still struggling to unlock the francophone vote
Blaine Higgs Premier Blaine Higgs heads into summer enjoying an unprecedented political honeymoon because of his handling of COVID-19.
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Pandemic pressure on home care exposes rift between Social Development, hospitals
Dorothy Shephard, Social Development minister Social Development Minister Dorothy Shephard says the pandemic has inflamed a pre-existing problem that impacts home care across the province: a lack of co-ordination between her department and the regional health authorities that run our hospitals.
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What might K-12 schools look like in the fall? Depends where you are, educators say
Kids socially distancing at an Essential Service Workers school This week, several provinces joined Quebec in re-opening school doors for teachers and some students. Canadian peers across the nation are watching carefully to see what classes might look like in the fall.
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Indigenous woman killed by Edmundston, N.B., police during wellness check
Chantel Moore A 26-year-old Indigenous woman from British Columbia was fatally shot by a police officer she allegedly threatened during a wellness check in a northwestern New Brunswick city early Thursday. 
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N.B. to welcome Canadians with immediate family, property in province
Premier Blaine Higgs New Brunswick plans to open its borders to Canadians who have immediate family in the province or who own property, starting June 19, provided they self-isolate for 14 days, Premier Blaine Higgs announced Thursday.
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