'It was either me or him,' Niagara police sergeant who shot fellow officer says as trial begins

'It was either me or him,' Niagara police sergeant who shot fellow officer says as trial begins

N.B. COVID-19 roundup: Proof of vaccination and travel registration to be required Record 63 new cases in one day and another COVID-related death reported Latest - Grand Bay-Westfield says vaccine policy won't affect emergency response - At-home learning continues - 77% fully vaccinated - Homeless shelter outbreak stands at 24 cases - New public exposure notices - Previous exposure notices New Brunswickers aged 12 or older will have to show proof of COVID-19 vaccination and government identification to access certain businesses and activities starting next Wednesday in a bid to limit the spread of the virus and boost vaccination rates. Anyone entering New Brunswick, including New Brunswickers returning to the province, will also have to pre-register and show proof of vaccination, Premier Blaine Higgs announced Wednesday. If they're not fully …
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