Friday, April 22, 2016
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Fredericton, New Brunswick – April 12, 2016 – Want to know what’s hot in food this summer? According to Chef Greg Godfrey, Executive Chef at the Delta Fredericton, flavoured hummus will be all the rage. Chef Godfrey is one of 15 top Canadian chefs who have come together to create... + continue reading
Tuesday, April 5, 2016
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By Pierre Little April 4, 2016 around 8:20 pm, a driver lost control of his vehicle on Principal Street, downtown, Rogersville, N.B.  His vehicle struck a telephone pole and he continued into a home.  The 23 year old driver was said to be visiting from Alberta and staying with his... + continue reading
Wednesday, November 18, 2015
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Opposition Leader Bruce Fitch signs the book of condolence to the people of France. The book is located in the lobby of the legislature building and the public are welcome to visit and add their messages of sympathy and support. + continue reading
Tuesday, March 24, 2015
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The provincial government has appointed a commission to study the issue of hydraulic fracturing and determine whether conditions outlined by the government can be met. “Our government is focused on diversifying our economy in order to create jobs,” said Energy and Mines Minister Donald Arseneault... + continue reading
Tuesday, March 24, 2015
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In her report tabled today in the Legislature on the government’s handling of financial assistance to the Atcon group of companies from 2008 to 2010, the auditor general of New Brunswick, Kim MacPherson, concludes the loss incurred by New Brunswick taxpayers occurred because the government of the... + continue reading

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Government hopes to encourage more immigration from China

 

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Salon Resource Group chops waste output with conversion to Green Circle recycling program

 
Head Shoppe, HS Studio Salon-Spa among salons switching to greener practices 
 
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Book of Condolence to people of France at NB Legislature

Opposition Leader Bruce Fitch signs the book of condolence to the people of France. The book is located in the lobby of the legislature building and the public are welcome to visit and add their messages of sympathy and support.

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BDC Releases First-Ever Canadian Study on High-Impact Firms High impact firms exist in all sectors across New Brunswick and Canada Accelerating their competitiveness crucial to the economy

There are over a million employer businesses in Canada but there are some that play a disproportionately larger role in provincial and Canadian economies in terms of both job creation and GDP growth.  As world economies become more globalized, the need to accelerate the competitiveness of these businesses in New Brunswick and across the country is not only pressing but crucial for maintaining Canada’s standard of living.
 

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COMMENT: Brian Gallant's First Budget: The Wrong Direction for New Brunswick

 

 

Brian Gallant has failed to live up to the Liberal commitment to move New Brunswick forward, yet again saying one thing but doing another.  This budget moves New Brunswick in the wrong direction - backward.

 

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Government announces commission to address hydraulic fracturing

The provincial government has appointed a commission to study the issue of hydraulic fracturing and determine whether conditions outlined by the government can be met.

“Our government is focused on diversifying our economy in order to create jobs,” said Energy and Mines Minister Donald Arseneault. “That includes the responsible development of our natural resource and energy projects. It is responsible and prudent to do our due diligence and get more information regarding hydraulic fracturing.”

The members of the Commission on Hydraulic Fracturing are:

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Cabinet disregarded numerous warnings in granting financial assistance to Atcon

In her report tabled today in the Legislature on the government’s handling of financial assistance to the Atcon group of companies from 2008 to 2010, the auditor general of New Brunswick, Kim MacPherson, concludes the loss incurred by New Brunswick taxpayers occurred because the government of the day chose to disregard the expert advice of its senior civil servants. She also noted elected officials are not required to follow such advice.

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New Brunswick and Nova Scotia to co-operate on new office

The provincial government will co-operate with Nova Scotia to create a new Joint Office of Regulatory and Service Effectiveness which will be responsible for promoting a modern, consistent and fair regulatory environment in both provinces. Premier Brian Gallant (right) and Nova Scotia Premier Stephen McNeil made the announcement.

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Government call for public feedback on review of business legislation

FREDERICTON (GNB) – To create a more supportive environment for business, the provincial government is reviewing both the Business Corporations Act and the legislation governing Limited Liability Partnerships.

“Modernizing legislation on business operations will help foster economic growth and make our business environment more competitive with other jurisdictions," said Government Services Minister Ed Doherty. “I hope that New Brunswickers take the time to read the proposed changes outlined in the reports and participate in the consultation process.”

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COMMENT: Brian Gallant withholds information from the public

Information recent disclosed by the government under the Right to Information and Protection of Privacy Act demonstrates that Premier Brian Gallant and Minister of Energy and Mines Donald Arsenault disappointingly withheld important information from the public concerning the impact of the government’s shale gas moratorium.

 

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