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Arson Investigation – Saint John at Galbraith Construction Ltd.

The Saint John Police seek the public’s assistance in an ongoing arson investigation. It is reported that: On Friday, June 10, 2022, at approximately 1:12 a.m., the Saint John Police responded to an intrusion alarm at Galbraith Construction Ltd., located at 1200 King William Road in Saint John. Upon arrival, police discovered that a fire…

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Family of Missing Person offering $10,000 reward

The family of Kari Lynn Rose Campbell, 38, who was last seen during the morning hours of August 19, 2021, outside a home on Lower Durham Road in Durham Bridge, is pleading for information from the public that could help locate their loved one.  Kari Lynn Rose Campbell is described as being approximately five feet two inches (157 centimetres)…

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Fredericton Police continue to investigate disappearance of 38-year-old Erin Brooks

Fredericton Police Force continues to investigate the disappearance of 38-year-old Erin Brooks, who was last seen on Fredericton’s Northside on December 27, 2021. A $65,000 reward is now being offered for information which will lead to finding Erin Brooks. The donor of the funds wishes to remain anonymous. UPDATE – February 03, 2022 : Investigators…

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Family of Lillian Morrell issue appeal to the public as RCMP continues investigation into 2014 homicide

The family of Lillian Morrell has issued a public statement as the New Brunswick RCMP’s Major Crime Unit continues to investigate her 2014 death. Lillian Morrell’s body was discovered in her home on Evergreen Drive in Moncton on October 10, 2014, around 9 a.m. The death was not initially deemed suspicious. In the weeks following the death, police received information that…

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October is Cyber Security Awareness Month

The Internet and communication technologies provide Canadians, businesses, and institutions with the essential means to access information, offer services and create opportunities. Over the years, however, the exponential growth in these technologies has also increased the potential for cyber threats. Cybercriminals are increasingly targeting and exploiting Canadian citizens, businesses, and our critical infrastructure systems. Cyber…

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National Day for Truth and Reconciliation

#EveryChildMatters On September 30, N.B. Crime Stoppers will observe the National Day for Truth and Reconciliation, a new statutory day of remembrance recently announced by the Government of Canada. There were 140 federally run Indian Residential Schools, which operated in Canada between 1831 and 1998. The last school closed only 23 years ago. This day…

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Madison Roy-Boudreau Investigation

Bathurst Police Force: MADISON ROY-BOUDREAU INVESTIGATION UPDATE EN : https://www.facebook.com/bathurstpoliceforce/posts/3677695362331048 Force Policière de Bathurst : MISE À JOUR DE L’ENQUÊTE MADISON ROY-BOUDREAU FR : https://www.facebook.com/bathurstpoliceforce/posts/3677697768997474 Madison Roy-Boudreau was last seen on May 11, 2021, at approximately 7:30 am. Her family and friends have not heard her from since. She has not attended school since May…

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Illegal hunting activities in Elgin, New Brunswick

Crime Stoppers and the New Brunswick Department of Public Safety – Conservation Enforcement Unit are requesting the public’s help regarding illegal hunting activities in Elgin, New Brunswick. Poachers have been night hunting and hunting out of season, both major offences under the Fish and Wildlife Act. This practice takes unfair advantage of our wildlife and…

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RCMP investigating disappearance of Brayden Joseph Thibault as a homicide

UPDATE 30-JULY-2019: New Brunswick RCMP’s Major Crime Unit is investigating the 2017 disappearance of Brayden Thibault as a homicide. The 17-year-old St. Stephen boy was last seen on the afternoon of July 31, 2017, on Gibson Street on Fredericton’s northside. Police have been following many investigative leads and had previously stated that his disappearance was…

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Police seek information on a 2007 missing person investigation – Jack Nutter

The RCMP New Brunswick Major Crime Unit is seeking the public’s help with an ongoing missing person investigation. In April 2009, the family of Jack Nutter of Dieppe reported him missing. He had limited contact with his family and the last time they had heard from him was in July 2007. Police consider the disappearance…

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  • Shediac — Missing 14-year-old girl
    on 29 November 2022 at 14:00

    The Shediac RCMP is asking for the public's help locating a missing 14-year-old girl from Shediac, N.B. Kyley Edgar was last seen on November 27, 2022, at approximately 8:30 p.m., at a residence on Julia Court in Shediac. Police have followed up on several leads to try and locate her, but have so far been unsuccessful. Police are concerned for her wellbeing.

  • Moncton — Missing 13-year-old girl located safe
    on 28 November 2022 at 12:00

    The 13-year-old Moncton girl reported missing on November 26, 2022, has been located safe and sound. The RCMP would like to thank the public for their assistance.

  • Elsipogtog — 35-year-old man dies following single-vehicle crash
    on 27 November 2022 at 20:30

    A 35-year-old man from Elsipogtog, N.B. has died following a single-vehicle crash in the community. On November 27, 2022 at approximately 2:25 a.m., members of the Elsipogtog and Richibucto RCMP detachments responded to a report of a single-vehicle crash on Big Cove Road. The driver and sole occupant of the vehicle died at the scene as a result of his injuries. Members of the Rexton Fire Department and Ambulance New Brunswick also attended the scene. A member of the New Brunswick Coroner’s office is assisting with the ongoing investigation.

  • Moncton — Missing 13-year-old girl
    on 26 November 2022 at 20:15

    The Codiac Regional RCMP is asking for the public's help locating a missing 13-year-old girl from Moncton, N.B.She was last seen on November 25, 2022, at approximately 5 p.m., near Shediac Road in Moncton. Police have followed up on several leads to try and locate her, but have so far been unsuccessful. Police and her family are concerned for her wellbeing.Anyone with information on her whereabouts is asked to contact the Codiac Regional RCMP at 506-857-2400.

  • Moncton — Update: SIRT investigating police actions involving individual in medical distress
    on 25 November 2022 at 20:00

    On November 20, 2022, the New Brunswick RCMP requested the Nova Scotia Serious Incident Response Team (SIRT) to review police actions following an incident involving an individual who was in Codiac Regional RCMP custody over the weekend.

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  • Canadian securities regulators publish approval notices for new SRO and CIPF
    by FCNB on 24 November 2022 at 15:11

    Vancouver, Calgary and Toronto – The Canadian Securities Administrators (CSA) today published notices that recognize the New Self-Regulatory Organization of Canada (New SRO) and approve the new Canadian Investor Protection Fund (CIPF), effective January 1, 2023. The notices include, among other items, a recognition order, interim rules and interim fee guidelines for the New SRO, and an approval or acceptance order for the new CIPF. “We’ve made great progress towards the implementation of a single, enhanced SRO,” said Stan Magidson, CSA Chair and Chair and CEO of the Alberta Securities Commission. “This key milestone has been achieved thanks to the dedicated and collaborative work of the staff from the Investment Industry Regulatory Organization of Canada (IIROC), the Mutual Fund Dealers Association of Canada (MFDA), the CSA and the current investor protection funds. We’re all committed to creating a New SRO with a strong public interest mandate that best protects investors.” Today’s publications reflect comments received from stakeholders in response to CSA Staff Notice and Request for Comment 25-304 Application for Recognition of New Self-Regulatory Organization and CSA Staff Notice and Request for Comment 25-305 Application for Approval of the New Investor Protection Fund, which were published for comment in May 2022. They include transitional provisions related to rules and authority, and other points of clarification. “I am very pleased with the contributions and level of support shown by industry stakeholders and investor advocates alike,” said Magidson. “The regulatory framework for the New SRO and CIPF incorporates feedback we received and will enhance investor protection and public confidence through stronger accountability. It also allows for further innovation in our evolving industry.” The proposal to consolidate the functions of IIROC and the MFDA was outlined in CSA Position Paper 25-404 New Self-Regulatory Organization Framework in August 2021 following public consultations. It was also proposed that the former CIPF and the MFDA Investor Protection Corporation would be combined into an integrated fund independent of the New SRO.  Additional information Prior to the close of the amalgamation, the Autorité des marchés financiers will publish final amendments to put into effect a transition plan for mutual fund dealers registered in Québec  More details on the transition plans can be found on the CSA website. Members are encouraged to reach out to IIROC and MFDA staff to understand how the interim rules apply to their unique circumstances.    The CSA, the council of the securities regulators of Canada’s provinces and territories, co-ordinates and harmonizes regulation for the Canadian capital markets. For media inquiries, please contact:                                                                                                                       Ilana Kelemen Canadian Securities Administratorsmedia@acvm-csa.ca  Crystal Jongeward  Ontario Securities Commission media_inquiries@osc.gov.on.ca Brian Kladko British Columbia Securities Commissionbkladko@bcsc.bc.ca Theresa Schroder Alberta Securities Commissionmedia@asc.ca  For investor inquiries, please contact your local securities regulator.  

  • Canadian securities regulators remind investors about risks of trading crypto assets
    by FCNB on 21 November 2022 at 15:46

    Toronto – The Canadian Securities Administrators (CSA) is warning investors that trading in crypto assets comes with elevated levels of risk that may not be suitable for many investors, in particular retail investors. Generally speaking, the value and liquidity of crypto assets are highly volatile.  Additionally, there are unregistered crypto asset trading platforms accessible by Canadians where essential safeguards that protect investors’ assets from loss, theft or misuse may not be in place.  Crypto asset trading platforms that operate in Canada and trade securities or derivatives are required to comply with Canadian securities law requirements, including registering with securities regulators. While this regulatory oversight plays an important role in investor protection, investors should know that registration cannot eliminate all risks associated with crypto asset trading platforms.  The CSA also reminds investors that trading crypto assets is a form of do-it-yourself online investing, and as such, requires considerable time, knowledge, skill and research. Investors may wish to seek advice from a registered investment advisor about other options for investing in crypto.  The CSA has several investor tools and resources available on its website designed to help Canadians be informed investors, including information about crypto assets.  The CSA, the council of the securities regulators of Canada’s provinces and territories, co-ordinates and harmonizes regulation for the Canadian capital markets.   For media inquiries, please contact: Ilana Kelemen Canadian Securities Administratorsmedia@acvm-csa.ca JP Vecsi Ontario Securities Commissionmedia_inquiries@osc.gov.on.ca For investor inquiries, please contact your local securities regulator.

  • FCNB files statement of allegations against a Saint John man and company
    by FCNB on 21 November 2022 at 13:24

    The Financial and Consumer Services Commission of New Brunswick (the Commission) has initiated an enforcement action against Robert G. Johnson of Saint John and his company, Oak Bay Consulting Inc.  In a statement of allegations filed with the Financial and Consumer Services Tribunal, the Commission alleges that Johnson, who is not licensed under the Mortgage Brokers Act, arranged two separate mortgages on two Saint John properties and was paid broker fees in each instance, contrary to the Act. The Commission also alleges that Johnson violated the Cost of Credit Disclosure and Payday Loans Act by coordinating and brokering loans without registration as well as falsifying information and counselling someone to provide misleading information on a loan application.  The Commission is seeking several remedies, including orders for Johnson to:  cease all activities contravening the Mortgage Brokers Act and the Cost of Credit Disclosure and Payday Loan Act return all money he and the company received through his unlicensed activity; and  pay administrative penalties in amounts to be determined by the Tribunal. Johnson has an opportunity to file a defense to the allegations. The Tribunal will schedule a hearing to adjudicate the issues and may assess financial penalties and make other orders.   A copy of the statement of allegations can be obtained by contacting the Tribunal at 1-506-566-0695 or by emailing registrar-greffier@tribunalnb.ca. FCNB has the mandate to provide regulatory services that protect the public interest, enhance public confidence and promote understanding of the regulated sectors through educational programs. It is responsible for the administration and enforcement of provincial legislation regulating mortgage brokers, payday lenders, real estate, securities, insurance, pensions, credit unions, trust and loan companies, cooperatives, and a wide range of other consumer legislation. It is an independent Crown corporation funded by the regulatory fees and assessments paid by the regulated sectors. Online educational tools and resources are available at www.fcnb.ca.  

  • Coming into force of National Instrument 45-106 Prospectus Exemptions and its Companion Policy to introduce the Listed Issuer Financing Exemption
    by FCNB on 21 November 2022 at 13:22

    Please be advised that the following documents have been uploaded to the Securities Division Regulatory Instruments section on our website: National Instrument 45-106 Prospectus Exemptions Companion Policy 45-106 Prospectus Exemptions    

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