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New Brunswick apartment buildings attracting high prices and national buyers
Saint John buldings The recent buying and selling of apartment buildings in New Brunswick, many at record prices and involving out of province corporate buyers, requires government to ensure tenants are treated fairly and neighbourhoods remain affordable to everyone, according to a pair of academics who study changing Canadian social structures.
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Groups scramble to find alternatives to school gyms
YMCA gym Gym time has become a hot commodity in pandemic New Brunswick after the Department of Education closed all of its gyms to community groups. 
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N.B. COVID-19 roundup: 4 new cases, outbreak at special care home in Balmoral
Dr. Jennifer Russell, chief medical officer of health, Oct. 29 Four new cases of COVID-19 have been confirmed in New Brunswick, an outbreak has been declared in Balmoral, and people who travel outside the Atlantic bubble for work will be subject to new isolation rules, the chief medical officer of health announced on Thursday.
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Cuba-Atlantic bubble 'an interesting idea,' Russell says
Cuba beach A Halifax travel agency’s tempting offer of two trips to Cuba exclusively for Atlantic Canada residents has sparked hope and debate across the region. Dr. Jennifer Russell says it's 'in the conversation stage' — but we're not there yet.
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