[wp_bannerize group="banner" random="1"]

Monthly Archives: May 2016

Members sought for Economic and Social Inclusion Corporation

Members sought for Economic and Social Inclusion Corporation

New Brunswickers are encouraged to apply to serve on the board of directors of the Economic and Social Inclusion Corporation. Two positions are available: one person representing the non-profit sector and one person who is living or has lived in poverty. The Crown corporation co-ordinates and supports the implementation of the Overcoming Poverty Together plan.… Read more »

Provincial government introduces advanced care paramedic pilot program

Provincial government introduces advanced care paramedic pilot program

The provincial government is introducing a new advanced care paramedic pilot program to strengthen the health-care system and provide advanced emergency medical services in New Brunswick. “This is the first big step towards fulfilling our commitment to maximize the use of health professionals through the introduction of advanced care paramedics into our health-care system,” said… Read more »

Strike Ends at Covered Bridge Potato Chips

Strike Ends at Covered Bridge Potato Chips

UFCW Canada members at Covered Bridge Potato Chips have won a first contract, ending their five-month strike and a national campaign calling for a boycott of the company’s products. On Tuesday, UFCW Canada Local 1288P members ratified their first collective agreement, in the wake of a two-year struggle for a fair first contract at the… Read more »

Two Fools on a Roof Raise over $23,000

Two Fools on a Roof Raise over $23,000

The annual Relay for Life will take place on Saturday June 4th, 2016 from 12 noon to 12 midnight at the Connell Park Raceway, 141 Connell Park Road, in Woodstock. For the 6th year, Andrew Garnett and Scott Dunlop spent last weekend on the roof of HomeZone Electronics raising money and awareness for Relay for Life. This year their Two Fools on… Read more »

Five students win UNB’s prestigious Currie Scholarships

Five students win UNB’s prestigious Currie Scholarships

Five Maritime high school students will receive prestigious Currie Scholarships at the University of New Brunswick, a recognition of their outstanding leadership in the community and academic performance in their high schools. The Currie Scholarships were established by Dr. Richard J. Currie, UNB Chancellor Emeritus and one of Canada’s most accomplished business leaders and philanthropists. […]

The post Five students win UNB’s prestigious Currie Scholarships appeared first on Giv’er Saint John.

Read more »

Introduction to Bookkeeping Workshop

Introduction to Bookkeeping Workshop

LearnSphere Canada in partnership with CBDC SouthWest is pleased to host a “Introduction to Bookkeeping” workshop on Thursday June 9th, 2016 from 9 am to 4 pm at Connell House, 128 Connell Street in Woodstock. The cost of the workshop is $60 per participant which includes HST and lunch. Keeping accurate financial records is essential for any successful… Read more »

May is Sexual Assault Awareness Month

May is Sexual Assault Awareness Month

Premier Brian Gallant, who is also minister responsible for Women’s Equality, reminds New Brunswickers that May is Sexual Assault Awareness Month in the province. “Our government has clearly stated its intolerance of sexual violence,” said Gallant. “It is our duty as a government and as a society to educate the public about this problem and […] Read more »

Protect yourself against Lyme disease

Protect yourself against Lyme disease

New Brunswickers are reminded to protect themselves against Lyme disease. “I encourage New Brunswickers to get outside, be active and play this summer while ensuring they take the appropriate precautions to avoid being bitten by blacklegged ticks,” said Dr. Jennifer Russell, acting chief medical officer of health. “If you develop a bull’s eye target rash […] Read more »

Giv'er River Valley
2281 King George Hwy
Miramichi NB, E1N 3A6

Website Support & Design by