New Brunswick will make masks mandatory in public by mid-October, but Premier Blaine Higgs says he wants the public to be relaxed Speaking on CBC Radio on Friday, Higgs said a timeline for the mask requirement would be announced at 11 a.m.m during a COVID-19 briefing with Higgs reporters
As New Brunswickers head to the polls in a snap provincial election on Monday, the province’s chief electoral officer tells CTV’s Your Morning that voters can expect a masked, distanced, sanitized experience similar to visiting a grocery store.
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