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  With the turn of the new year behind us, and most resolutions abandoned, Canadian consumers will again be subjected to the familiar drone of misleading marketing jargon and ad campaigns from a restaurant and retail industry promising healthy options inside of increasingly dull and... + continue reading
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Photo: President Donald Trump speaks at Snap-On Tools in Kenosha, Wis., Tuesday, April 18, 2017. (AP Photo/Kiichiro Sato) The most recent Subsidies Report to Congress in June listed New Brunswick 26 times.  Crown Lands and various Provincial and Federal corporate grant and loan programs,... + continue reading
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A source has confirmed to the Brunswick Business Journal that New Brunswick is specifically targeted for tarrifs on Softwood Lumber.  The use by the American Department of Commerce of "Atlantic Provinces" indicates some ingorance in its definition. The term generally includes New Brunswick... + continue reading
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First-of-its-Kind Initiative at Fredericton Food Bank   Fredericton, New Brunswick – May 10, 2017 – The Greener Village Community Food Centre welcomed an unlikely mix of visitors today. In a first-of-its-kind initiative, a group of local high school students joined a top Fredericton chef and... + continue reading
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Since early March, Premier Brian Gallant has been trying to explain why Service New Brunswick Property Tax bills had frabricated renovation amounts on 2400 home owner bills.  This action created an artifice for the government to bypase the Property Spike protection law.  This spike... + continue reading

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A source has confirmed to the Brunswick Business Journal that New Brunswick is specifically targeted for tarrifs on Softwood Lumber.  The use by the American Department of Commerce of "Atlantic Provinces" indicates some ingorance in its definition. The term generally includes New Brunswick from the understanding of Canadian readers. Use of... + continue reading
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Since early March, Premier Brian Gallant has been trying to explain why Service New Brunswick Property Tax bills had frabricated renovation amounts on 2400 home owner bills.  This action created an artifice for the government to bypase the Property Spike protection law.  This spike protection was implemented by the previous PC government... + continue reading

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The Peskotomuhkati tribe, based in Qonaskamkuk, or St. Andrews, New Brunswick, has received 2,500 acres along the Skutik, or St. Croix, River on behalf of the provincial government, reports... + continue reading

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A source has confirmed to the Brunswick Business Journal that New Brunswick is specifically targeted for tarrifs on Softwood Lumber.  The use by the American Department of Commerce of "Atlantic... + continue reading

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About RWB’s 2016/17 Audition Tour Each year Canada’s Royal Winnipeg Ballet School travels the country in search of talented dancers to join one of three Professional Programs: Ballet Academic (Ages... + continue reading
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Brian Gallant sworn in as New Brunswick's new Premier

Premier Brian Gallant and the members of the Executive Council were sworn in this afternoon in a ceremony held at the legislative assembly in Fredericton. The ceremony was presided over by Lt.-Gov. Graydon Nicholas and took place in the presence of the premier, Executive Council, the newly elected members of the legislature, their families and invited guests. From left: Gallant; Nicholas; and Marc Léger, clerk of the Executive Council Office.

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New Brunswick Anti-Shale Gas Alliance Looks between the Lines of the Electoral Debate

By www.noshalegasnb.ca   

Moncton, NB (17 Sept 2014) : New Brunswickers who are looking for the facts about shale gas are not getting them from the current political debate. They are often being deliberately misled or else are confused by politicians who don’t understand the issues, themselves. And they are definitely missing out on critical information.

 

First, the economics.

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People's Alliance requests Fracking be added to the ballot

Released by: Joël MacIntosh
People’s Alliance Candidate; Kent South
 
Having witnessed first hand the disastrous effects that the currentProgressive Conservative government of David Alward and our current MLA Claude Williams has had in it’s failure to properly consult the citizens of this province over the issue of hydraulic fracturing resulting in months of protests and extreme police presence. I am pleased that the People’s Alliance will continue to push forward with the belief that we, the people, deserve to have our voices heard through a direct vote and not an election promise that may or may not be upheld!
 
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NB Government Statement on Morgentaler Clinic Closure Strategy

FREDERICTON (GNB) – Through the media, the Department of Health has been made aware of the closure of the Morgentaler Clinic in Fredericton.

Women will continue to have access to medically-necessary abortions in the province with the approval of two physicians.
 
As this matter is still before the courts, the department has no further comment.
 
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DundeeWealth Management becomes HollisWealth

Moncton, NB - DundeeWealth Inc. and its advisor network were acquired by Scotiabank on February 1, 2011.  At that time, The Bank and Dundee Corporation entered into several agreements regarding the trademarks used by the businesses. One of these agreements licensed the use of the DundeeWealth trademark to Scotiabank for three years. This license expires on February 1, 2014.
 
As of November 1, 2013, the HollisWealth brand will represent more than 900 independent financial advisors. The name HollisWealth is derived from the location of Scotiabank's historic head office building which was constructed more than 175 years ago, in 1837, at 188 Hollis Street in Halifax, Nova Scotia.
 
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NB Petition not to fund abortion at the Mortgentaler Clinic in Fredericton, NB by Medicare

Fredericton, NB, As of 5:00 p.m. March 20, 2014, a counter petition against funding is leading against the St. Thomas University Student Petition to fund abortion at a private clinic through medicare. The student petition sought to have Provincial Medicare change their policy in disalowing payment to a private abortion clinic for the procedure.  The policy has been in place for over two decades.  The students thought to pressure the Provincial Tory Government of New Brunswick in providing payment for abortion procedures through the universal medicare insurance program at a private abortion clinic which was founded by Canada's infamous abortionist, the late Dr. Henry Morgentaler.  Dr.

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Education vital to a strong middle class

 

Dear Editor,

 

The very idea of progress is under real threat in Canada for the first time in generations. The Canadian promise, that if you get educated and work hard, you can guarantee a better life for yourself and for your kids, is being seriously questioned.

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Rogersville's new Municipal Buildings targeted by arsonist

By Pierre Little

Fire reportedly set Saturday morning around 11 a.m.  The newly constructed municipal offices was the target of an arsonist.  RCMP are saying someone intentionally threw an incendiary device on the roof in the early morning hours on Saturday May 4 and are seeking the publics help.  The new facility was being built because fire completely destroyed the municipal offices in January of last year.  The Mayors offices, RCMP and Fire Department were in the same building last year and all offices and equipement were lost [see photos and video below].  The new facility also has all three community offices, mayor, police and fire, together once again.

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