Jul 10, 2014
Rural communities still recovering from Arthur
Six days after Arthur tore through the rural community of Cumberland Bay, most of the nearly 500 residents are still without power.
Thu Jun 19, 2014
Globe and Mail
Anges Bishop, driving force in medical and nuclear fields, dies aged 75
The first woman to head the Children's Hospital in Winnipeg, Agnes Bishop was also the first woman to be selected by the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada to be its president.
Thu Mar 13, 2014
Irving announces Saint John mill upgrade a day after softwood cap lifted
Irving Pulp and Paper is planning to spend about $450 million to modernize a mill in Saint John, making the announcement a day after the New Brunswick government lifted a cap on the amount of softwood it will make available to the forestry industry from Crown land.
Mon Jul 29, 2013
Miramichi mill CFO disavows criticism of J.D. Irving
An official with Miramichi Lumber Products Inc. has disavowed comments he made last week about two large forestry companies operating in New Brunswick, J.D. Irving Ltd. and Fornebu.
Thu Jul 25, 2013
Proposed west-east pipeline route hinted at by meetings
TransCanada Ltd. has scheduled a series of meetings that could provide some insight into the location of a proposed pipeline that would carry crude oil from Alberta to New Brunswick.