City of Fredericton

Consumer Confidence in Fredericton Remains High This Quarter

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Consumer confidence in Fredericton remains high this quarter, although the level of satisfaction with the performance of Council has reached its lowest level under Mayor Mike O’Brien’s leadership

Halifax, NS | Consumer confidence in Fredericton remains high this quarter, according to the most recent Urban Report survey conducted by Corporate Research Associates Inc. (CRA). Specifically, consumer confidence among Fredericton residents currently rests at 106.0, compared with 107.8 in November 2017. Satisfaction with the performance of Fredericton Council this quarter has reached its lowest […]

Financial

$108 Million for Renovations to Nursing Homes

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The provincial government will invest $108 million over the next five years for renovations to nursing homes across the province. From left: Ron Forsythe of Pine Grove Nursing Home’s board of directors; Seniors and Long-Term Care Minister Lisa Harris; Jodi Hall, executive director of the New Brunswick Association of Nursing Homes; Cheryl Wiggins, Pine Grove Nursing Home administrator; Kerry Atkinson, chair of Pine Grove Nursing Home’s board of directors; and Sarah Young of Pine Grove Nursing Home’s board of directors.

FREDERICTON (GNB) – The provincial government will invest $108 million over the next five years for renovations to nursing homes across the province. “Our five-year nursing home plan and our multi-year aging strategy provide us with the framework to make sure our seniors have the best possible quality of life,” said Seniors and Long-Term Care […]

Business

NB Liquor Releases Third-Quarter Results

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NB Liquor today released its unaudited results for the quarter ended Dec. 24, 2017.

NB Liquor today released its unaudited results for the quarter ended Dec. 24, 2017. Total sales for the quarter were $113.6 million, 3.8 per cent higher than the quarter ended Dec. 25, 2016. Key product sales trends for the third quarter compared to the quarter ended Dec. 25, 2016, were: wine sales grew 7.1 per […]

Financial

Green Party Leader Officially Responds to the Election Budget

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On Friday, David Coon, Leader of the Green Party of New Brunswick and MLA for Fredericton South responded to the provincial budget, saying that it fails to tackle the high levels of poverty in New Brunswick, while unnecessarily driving up the deficit.

Fredericton – On Friday, David Coon, Leader of the Green Party of New Brunswick and MLA for Fredericton South responded to the provincial budget, saying that it fails to tackle the high levels of poverty in New Brunswick, while unnecessarily driving up the deficit. “Government has got to start living within its means, while helping […]

Awards

City Invites Public to Submit Ideas to Win $10 Million Smart Cities Challenge prize

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The City of Fredericton invites the public to give their ideas on improving life in Fredericton and addressing the most important challenges facing the city.

The City of Fredericton invites the public to give their ideas on improving life in Fredericton and addressing the most important challenges facing the city. The City is participating in Infrastructure Canada’s Smart Cities Challenge – a federal government competition open to all municipalities to encourage them to adopt a smart cities approach to improve […]

Family

Budget Invests in Seniors, Youth and the Economy

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Finance Minister Cathy Rogers tabled the provincial government’s 2018-19 budget today which focuses on investments in seniors, youth employment and economic competitiveness.

FREDERICTON (GNB) – The 2018-19 provincial budget tabled in the legislature today focuses on investments in seniors, youth employment and economic competitiveness. “This is a budget that works for all New Brunswickers,” said Finance Minister Cathy Rogers. “Your government puts communities and families first, protecting the vulnerable and investing in our young people and our […]

Educational

Top Consumer Lessons for New Brunswickers

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Here are the top consumer complaints received by the New Brunswick's Financial and Consumer Services Commission in 2017.

The FCNB Wants To Keep New Brunswick Citizens Safe Home renovations and warranty issues were among the top New Brunswick consumer queries received in 2017 by the Financial and Consumer Services Commission. The commission investigates consumer complaints relating to a wide range of financial and consumer protection legislation in the province, provides advice and direction […]