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 […]

New Brunswick Government

Premier Discusses NB’s Economy and Senior Care During Meetings in Ottawa

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Premier Brian Gallant met with several federal cabinet ministers in Ottawa today to discuss senior care, cybersecurity and energy.

FREDERICTON (GNB) – Premier Brian Gallant met with several federal cabinet ministers in Ottawa today to discuss senior care, cybersecurity and energy. “These meetings were an opportunity to discuss the New Brunswick economy and senior care in our province,” said Gallant. “We had great discussions about how New Brunswick, with the federal government’s support, could […]

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 […]

Business

State of the Province Address Focuses Upon Business Competitiveness, Job Creation, Families and Education

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Premier Brian Gallant announced more than $20 million for an economic competitiveness package to help the provincial economy work for all New Brunsickers as part of the annual state of the province address. During the address, Gallant focused upon growing the economy, supporting families, and improving educational opportunities.

FREDERICTON (GNB) – Premier Brian Gallant announced more than $20 million for an economic competitiveness package to help the provincial economy work for all New Brunsickers as part of the annual state of the province address. During the address, Gallant focused upon growing the economy, supporting families, and improving educational opportunities. “Through the multi-year economic […]

Politics

Green Party Leader Appoints Marilyn Merritt-Gray and Denis Boulet as Deputy Leaders

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David Coon, leader of the Green Party of New Brunswick and MLA for Fredericton South introduced the party’s new Deputy Leaders, Marilyn Merritt-Gray and Denis Boulet. Merritt-Gray is the Green Party’s candidate for Gagetown-Petitcodiac, while Boulet will be running in Madawaska les Lacs-Edmundston.

Fredericton – Yesterday, David Coon, leader of the Green Party of New Brunswick and MLA for Fredericton South introduced the party’s new Deputy Leaders, Marilyn Merritt-Gray and Denis Boulet. Merritt-Gray is the Green Party’s candidate for Gagetown-Petitcodiac, while Boulet will be running in Madawaska les Lacs-Edmundston. “My deputy leaders will help me, and all our […]

New Brunswick Government

Green Party Leader Going to Court to Uphold the Public’s Right to Information

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Monday David Coon, Leader of the Green Party of New Brunswick and MLA forFredericton South will appear before a judge to appeal the decision by the Department of Social Development to withhold government contracts and service agreements with private entities respecting the management and ownership of nursing homes

Fredericton – Monday David Coon, Leader of the Green Party of New Brunswick and MLA for Fredericton South will appear before a judge to appeal the decision by the Department of Social Development to withhold government contracts and service agreements with private entities respecting the management and ownership of nursing homes across the province. They […]