General News

Spring Weight Restrictions for NB Roads

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Spring weight restrictions for truck traffic will come into effect at midnight on Sunday, Feb. 25, in southern New Brunswick, and at midnight on Sunday, March 4, in northern New Brunswick.

FREDERICTON (GNB) – Spring weight restrictions for truck traffic will come into effect at midnight on Sunday, Feb. 25, in southern New Brunswick, and at midnight on Sunday, March 4, in northern New Brunswick. Restrictions will continue until midnight on Sunday, May 13 in southern New Brunswick and midnight on Sunday, May 20 in northern […]

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New Brunswick Heritage Week Starts Next Week

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All New Brunswick communities are encouraged to celebrate Heritage Week 2018, Feb. 12-19. Several activities open to people of all ages will be organized by schools, communities and community organizations throughout the province.

All New Brunswick communities are encouraged to celebrate Heritage Week 2018, Feb. 12-19. Several activities open to people of all ages will be organized by schools, communities and community organizations throughout the province. This year, the week was revamped: a new logo was adopted, an information kit is available on the website dedicated to the […]

Awards

Fredericton Ranked A Top Millennial Hot Spot

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Fredericton Ranked A Top Millennial Hot Spot

Top Millennial Hot Spots in 2018 – 85 Canadian Cities Ranked Reblogged from Point2 Homes | Read Original Post Quality employment and affordable housing are two key factors that motivate millennials to settle down in a new city. But this upbeat generation obsessed with life-work balance is looking for more than just a well-paying job […]

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Fredericton Police Force Responds to the Police Commission’s Investigation Report on an Official Languages Complaint.

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In an effort to promote transparency and in the public interest, Fredericton Police Chief Leanne Fitch wants to share the findings of the Police Commission's investigation report on an Official Languages complaint laid against the police service and two officers of the Fredericton Police Force on June 13, 2017.

In an effort to promote transparency and in the public interest, Fredericton Police Chief Leanne Fitch wants to share the findings of the Police Commission’s investigation report on an Official Languages complaint laid against the police service and two officers of the Fredericton Police Force on June 13, 2017. The report concludes that two police […]

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 […]

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Proposed Amendments to the Employment Standards Act

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The provincial government is proposing amendments to the Employment Standards Act that would allow for domestic or intimate partner violence leave, as well as provide job protection for people who leave work to care for a family member.

FREDERICTON (GNB) – The provincial government is proposing amendments to the Employment Standards Act that would allow for domestic or intimate partner violence leave, as well as provide job protection for people who leave work to care for a family member. “It is essential that New Brunswick’s employment standards legislation be continually modernized to maintain […]

Arts and Music

Officers’ Square Plan Revitalizes Fredericton’s Great Heritage, Cultural, Recreation Space

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After an extensive public consultation process, the City of Fredericton has released its revitalization plan for Officers’ Square in the Historic Garrison District, Fredericton’s great public space.

After an extensive public consultation process, the City of Fredericton has released its revitalization plan for Officers’ Square in the Historic Garrison District, Fredericton’s great public space. The revitalization plan for the National Historic Site will be implemented as a multi-phase, multi-year project.  Heritage preservation is a central priority and the plan provides much-needed improvements […]

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New Brunswick Promoted as Tourist Destination

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Members of a trade mission to China are promoting New Brunswick as a unique tourism destination. This year, 2018, has been designated as the Canada-China Year of Tourism.

SHANGHAI (GNB) – Members of a trade mission to China are promoting New Brunswick as a unique tourism destination. This year, 2018, has been designated as the Canada-China Year of Tourism. “New Brunswick offers experiences you cannot get anywhere else,” said Aquaculture and Fisheries Minister Rick Doucet, who, along with Lt.-Gov. Jocelyne Roy Vienneau, is […]