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Monthly Archives: August 2016

Infrastructure upgrades in Bath, Centreville and Florenceville-Bristol

Infrastructure upgrades in Bath, Centreville and Florenceville-Bristol

Road upgrades totalling $1.3 million are being made in Bath, Centreville and Florenceville-Bristol thanks to joint investments by the provincial government and the municipalities. “These investments will facilitate trade, travel and economic activity and also help ensure our quality of life,” said Transportation and Infrastructure Minister Bill Fraser. “Our government understands that investing in infrastructure… Read more »

Family Support Orders Service to consolidate to single location in Grand Falls

Family Support Orders Service to consolidate to single location in Grand Falls

Family Support Orders Service will transition into a consolidated model based in Grand Falls beginning in 2017, Premier Brian Gallant announced. “Your government understands how important creating jobs is to New Brunswickers and their families,” said Gallant. “We are working hard on this priority and with your support we are getting things done. Consolidating the… Read more »

Infrastructure investment in Perth-Andover

Infrastructure investment in Perth-Andover

Road upgrades will be made in Perth-Andover thanks to a joint $335,000 infrastructure investment by the provincial government and the municipality. Route 130 (Aroostook Road) will undergo asphalt paving. The project is being cost-shared under the Municipal Designated Highway Program. “We are proud to partner on these important municipal projects,” said Transportation and Infrastructure Minister… Read more »

Miramichi Fishing Report for Thursday, August 18, 2016

Miramichi Fishing Report for Thursday, August 18, 2016

THIS WEEK’S KEY WORD IS “IMPROVEMENT”. With cooler temperatures and some rain, angling and angling conditions have improved this week. First, the Cold-Water Pool closures have revoked and are now open to regular angling. The Southwest Miramichi water levels have increased by 2 feet in the Blackville area and about 15 inches in the Doaktown area. The Northwest Miramichi, however, did not fare as well getting only a 4-inch raise, but rain Wednesday could possibly change that for the better. The Little Southwest received about a foot raise. Read more »

Rabies Control Measures to Continue

Rabies Control Measures to Continue

The provincial government will conduct wildlife rabies control measures in Charlotte and Carleton counties, as well as part of York County, this month. Staff from the departments of Agriculture, Aquaculture and Fisheries and Energy and Resource Development will begin distributing oral rabies vaccine bait in western New Brunswick communities the week of August 8th. “Oral… Read more »

Opening Reception Creek Village Gallery Tuesday August 9th

Opening Reception Creek Village Gallery Tuesday August 9th

The Creek Village Gallery in Woodstock will host an Opening Reception for its Artists of the Month on Tuesday, August 9th, beginning at 7 pm. The featured artists this month are Irene Tompkins, who specializes in watercolour and pastels, and Kiki Levesque, a jeweller who creates unique pieces from recycled bullets as well as fine jewellery. Irene… Read more »

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