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District education council argues it needs to sue province to meet its mandate
A person with a blazer and tie looking at the camera. The Anglophone East District Education Council says it has a right to sue the province over its gender-identity policy because its job is to protect students and their rights.
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New accessible dock now floating in place at Fredericton's Killarney Lake
Portrait of Deputy Mayor Jocelyn Pike in front of new Killarney Accessibility dock. The City of Fredericton and the Fredericton North Rotary Club are working together to improve access to the water this summer for people with mobility issues.
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Halifax brewery facing lawsuit for allegedly botching 59,000 cans of beer
Entrance of retail space at Good Robot's Robie Street location in Halifax. Think Brewing alleges Good Robot failed to properly brew 59,000 cans of beer that were vital to the New Brunswick company’s successful relaunch.
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'Process failed' in travel-nurse contracts, former PC health minister says
A woman with short white hair wearing a zebra-print blouse. Dorothy Shephard says key failures at the heart of the costly travel-nurse contracts may need more investigation.
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Only 79% in N.B. have access to permanent primary-care provider, survey finds
A hand holds up a steoscope. The percentage of New Brunswickers who report having a permanent family doctor or nurse practitioner dropped to 79 per cent last year, from 85 per cent the year before, according to the New Brunswick Health Council's latest survey on primary care.
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