New Brunswickers are encouraged to complete their census forms this May. “All levels of government rely on the information collected during the census to plan for the future provision of services like education, housing, skills training, public transportation and police and fire services,” said Finance Minister Roger Melanson. Statistics Canada conducts a census every five […]
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The Fred Page Cup kicks off Wednesday in Woodstock, New Brunswick. The tournament pits some of the most talented teams and players from the Eastern Canada Jr. A ranks as the play-off champions from the CCHL (Carleton Place Canadians), QJHL (Longueuil College Francais) and MHL (Pictou County Weeks Crushers) along with the host team, the […] Read more »
The following message was released today by Environment and Local Government Minister Brian Kenny to mark International Compost Awareness Week, May 1-7: Recycling organics through composting is a simple and rewarding way to help protect the environment. Recognizing this week enables us to raise awareness of the many benefits of composting. Composting supports soil health […]
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