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Sackville issues $560 in fines for violations of flyer bylaw

Residents of Middle Sackville awoke to another illegal offering this morning: fat bundles of pink, plastic-wrapped advertising flyers that had been tossed onto their driveways in spite of a town bylaw that requires them to be placed in mailboxes, on … Continue reading

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Observers react to end of Irvings’ newspaper monopoly

New Brunswickers woke up to a new reality today with the announcement that the Irving monopoly newspapers have been sold to Postmedia, a Toronto-based chain that publishes more than 120 papers across the country including the National Post, Ottawa Citizen, Toronto Sun … Continue reading

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Author calls for a freer press amid concerns over reported cost cuts at Irving papers

The author of a new book on the concentration of media ownership in New Brunswick is calling on the federal government to support a free press here before it’s too late. “The feds have been looking at this problem for … Continue reading

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Sackville considers new bylaw to restrict flyer delivery

Sackville Town Council is considering a bylaw that would require bundles of advertising flyers to be left in mailboxes, in a mail slot or on doorsteps instead of being tossed onto driveways or lawns. The bylaw would prohibit delivery of flyers to … Continue reading

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