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Bell Canada acquires customer centers in New Brunswick to support growing broadband base
Bell Canada is sharpening its customer service focus in the Atlantic Canada region by acquiring two customer call centers in New Brunswick as part of its broader strategy to improve customer service.
Mon Jul 21, 2014
The RCMP, the C8 and Moncton: The Commissioner responds
The RCMP "knew instinctively" that it needed patrol carbines for its uniformed officers, long before the tragedy in Moncton, N.B., yet had to amass its own evidence and analysis before acquiring the guns, says the head of the force.
Sandpipers return to Johnson's Mills
Visitors to the shorebird reserve and interpretive centre in Johnson's Mills, N.B. are sure to see an aerial ballet.
Customer Interaction Solutions
Symbility Health Signs Contract With Assumption Life
In an effort to expand their business outside of Atlantic Canada with Third-Party Administrator partners, Assumption Life will adopt Symbility Health's electronic platform as their base technology to manage the anticipated growth and scale of this distribution channel.
Sat Jul 19, 2014
Arctic Ice Hockey
The Winnipeg Jets sign Patrice Cormier to a one year two way contract worth $625,000
The Winnipeg Jets and forward Patrice Cormier have agreed to a contract. Will he get a shot at the big club? #NHLJets agree to terms with Eric O'Dell , Patrice Cormier , & Johnny Albert .
Why are the RCMP less well-armed than a municipal police force?
Few things stir anger among Mounties these days like the mere mention of the Colt C8 carbine, a semi-automatic assault rifle that has become industry standard in Canadian policing-but has been painfully slow coming to the RCMP.
Fri Jul 18, 2014
Nova News Now
New contemporary dance festival launched in Nova Scotia
Festival of Dance Annapolis Royal will feature performances by the locally-based Company of Angels, Mocean Dance of Halifax and JD Dance from Toronto.
Music streaming royalty rates too low, says Moncton musician
Moncton musician Ken Kelley is speaking out against new royalty rates set by the Copyright Board of Canada for streaming music in Canada.
Thu Jul 17, 2014
The Chronicle Herald
Gloryhound guys revel in rock, sensitively
As a rule, the concepts of sensitivity and rock 'n' roll used to be kept at least an arm's length apart, or even a stadium's length apart in the case of most of Nickelback's catalogue, but do they need to be mutually exclusive? If nice guys finish last, then they probably won't bring the noise either, but Halifax's Gloryhound takes steps to turn ... (more)
The Globe and Mail
Navy to investigate allegations against HMCS Whitehorse sailors
HMCS Whitehorse Whitehorse Builders: Canada Halifax Shipyards Ltd., Halifax Laid down: 26 July 1996 Launched: 24 February 1997 Operator: Royal Canadian Navy Commissioned: 17 April 1998 Status: Modifications: Operations: HMCS Whitehorse Whitehorse Builders: Canada Halifax Shipyards Ltd., Halifax Laid down: 26 July 1996 Launched: 24 February 1997 ... (more)
Mon Jul 14, 2014
The Winnipeg Free Press
GuestLogix says it will open centre in Ireland to reach more overseas clients
Payment technology developer GuestLogix Inc. is expanding its reach to Ireland with a new global support centre located closer to some of its customers.
Fri Jul 11, 2014
Lake Cowichan Gazette
New doctor coming at end of July
Dr. Karen Fordham is relocating from Moncton, New Brunswick to open a practice in Cranbrook, filling one of at least five vacant GP positions in the community.
Tue Jul 08, 2014
Trotters in limelight at Summerside Wednesday
The trotters will be in the spotlight on a Wednesday night race card at Red Shores Summerside.
Westville honours fallen Moncton RCMP officers
Edna Palmer of Westville shakes the hands of local RCMP officers following a tree planting ceremony at Acadia Park on Tuesday to honour the three officers killed in the line of duty recently in Moncton, N.B..
Moncton tragedy showed cops outgunned
RCMP officers in Moncton, New Brunswick gather their weapons during a search for a man suspected of shooting other officers last month.
Mon Jul 07, 2014
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The Globe and Mail
Businesses ignore customer service at their peril
When New Brunswick home builder Pierre Martell went into business eight years ago, he was aware of the industry's poor reputation for customer service, so he aimed to change it.
Labrador City group to share $30 million jackpot
Ellie Saunders sells Tony Briston a scratch ticket at the Labrador Mall in hopes of being Labrador City's next new millionaire.
Sat Jul 05, 2014
Arthur hits eastern Canada, causes power outages
Arthur hit Canada's Maritime provinces Saturday with near-hurricane strength winds and torrential rains, knocking down trees and leaving about 250,000 customers without power.
Minor noise complaint turns into major incident in Brigus
Police officers already taxed to their limits in the Trinity-Conception region were mobilized in large numbers this morning in Brigus following a routine noise complaint that turned into something much bigger.