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City of Saint John's injunction against striking inside workers back before court today
Exterior shot of a stone-and-glass buildig with tall, square columns along the entrance. A court hearing will be held in Saint John this afternoon on an injunction the city obtained last week preventing striking CUPE workers from blocking city vehicles and personnel.
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Higgs election call would ignore fixed-date law for the 2nd time
A man with white hair in a dark suit in prfile, head bowed. Blaine Higgs is already the first premier to ignore New Brunswick’s fixed-date election law, which dates back to 2007. Now he may also become the first to do it twice.
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New N.B. Medical Society president making recruitment and retention top priority
A smiling woman with dark hair and a short bob hairstyle. Dr. Paula Keating, the new president of the New Brunswick Medical Society, is making recruitment and retention of doctors her top priority. 
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Student leader recognized for advocating for equity and safe spaces for students
Sydona Chandon received the 2023 Youth Human Rights Award for her tireless commitment to helping people from underserved communities and breaking down barriers.
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Self-referral mammograms for women in their 40s coming to N.B.
An x-ray image of a breast. New Brunswick women in their 40s will be able to self-refer for mammograms next year, a move that is being welcomed by an advocate and an oncologist.
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