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Tenants out of homes after N.B. apartment fire

MONCTON, N.B. – The Canadian Red Cross is helping tenants who have had to leave their homes after a fire this morning damaged a small three-storey apartment building in Moncton, N.B. 137 more words


The Last of Our Trip out East

I’ve been meaning to share our final day out East for a few days now but I kept getting side tracked and didn’t get a chance. 117 more words


Picture Perfect Tuesday: Country Living

Only in the country can you find a tractor sitting on someone’s front lawn. Enhanced with PS Express app Misty filter.

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Underwater observatory to grace Saint John Harbour

Saint John — In an effort to revamp Saint John’s historic waterfront, Mayor Mel Norton announced plans yesterday for an underwater observatory in the city’s harbour. 432 more words


Influence-peddling at Larry’s Gulch deemed nobody’s business

Fredericton — Two former senior officials in the previous Alward Conservative government received a slap on the wrist last week. The punishment was meted out for removing Times & Transcript editor Murray Guy’s name from a list of privileged invitees to a good, old-fashioned weekend of manly musk, drinking, winks and nudges at the exclusive, government-owned Larry’s Gulch Fishing Lodge on the Restigouche River. 392 more words


New affordable housing in New Brunswick

BATHURST, N.B. – The New Brunswick government has opened 10 new affordable housing units for low-income singles and people with disabilities.

The province gave the development in Bathurst more than $880,000 in rent supplements, while the federal government contributed $400,000. 40 more words


It’s all Greek to us

New Brunswick, fiscally considered, is not Greece. But are we getting there?

Canada’s second-smallest province, by population, endures a long-term- debt-to-GDP ratio of 32 per cent. 571 more words