Answer Looks like a straight swap (but the proof is always in the doing.)
Neither link say what size the wheels are, so assuming the most common 700c size for both and the wheels will fit under the brake bridge.
Neither link says anything about spacing, but we can expect the front is 100mm over-locknut because that's standard, and the rear will also be 130mm (check this) which is the standard for 9-11 speed.
The cassette should swap over okay, yours is 9 speed and the new wheel is 9/10/11 speed.
Rim brakes will need some adjustment, but both rims are alloy so the brake pads shouldn't need to change type. You may choose to replace brake pads anyway so there's a fresh surface to work with.
The new wheels say "Recommended rider weight limit is 109kg (240lb)" so that should be noted.
You're going from a 28 spoke front to a 24 spoke front wheel.
Have you considered investigating why your current wheels are loosing spokes? Could be a badly machine-assembled wheel, or budget spokes. A bike that has been left out in the weather for years can suffer, but that's probably not the cause here.
Are your spokes all breaking on the rear or the front or a mixture ?
Freedom isn't exactly a high quality brand, so rebuilding the old wheel on new spokes may not be worth doing, unless you will try it yourself.
I see there's a 32 hole version of the wheel as well. Could be your norco bike is rated for a lighter rider ?