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The ROM turns 100 years old
The treasure trove of rare jewels, glittering gems, and ancient fossils that became the Royal Ontario Museum was originally imagined by architectural firm Darling and Pearson as a cavernous Italianate structure capable of dominating the corner of Bloor Street and Queens Park Crescent.
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Thu Mar 13, 2014
Trans-Canada Highway reopens in N.B. after major accident
A major traffic accident involving four transport trucks and two passenger vehicles in the midst of a winter storm that shut down a section of the Trans-Canada Highway in New Brunswick has been cleared.
J.D. Irving launches $513 million investments in forest products...
Irving Pulp & Paper will invest $450 million in a two-phased modernization program of the west side pulp mill.
Irving mill to get upgrade after New Brunswick lifts softwood cap
Irving Pulp and Paper says it will spend about $450 million to modernize a pulp mill in Saint John, N.B. The announcement comes the day after the provincial government announced it was raising caps by 20 per cent a year on softwood that will be made available for harvest on Crown lands in its new 10-year forestry strategy.
Wed Mar 12, 2014
N.B. braces for blizzard bringing up to 40 cm of snow
Blizzard warnings and winter storm warnings are in place for New Brunswick with as much as 40 centimetres of snow expected in some areas.
Mon Mar 10, 2014
The Chronicle Herald
Bryan Adams to play Centre 200 on April 28
Adams is bringing his acoustic tour Bare Bones to Sydney's Centre 200 on April 28, promotions company evenko said in a news release issued Monday.
Thu Mar 06, 2014
Record natural gas bills have N.B. landlords speaking out
Small New Brunswick landlords who heat their buildings with natural gas are calling for tighter government control over gas companies as record bills for February began arriving this week.
Tax cuts reflect plunging Saint John property values
Entire Saint John neighbourhoods have been getting notices of municipal tax cuts in the mail this week as plummeting property values in the city begin to show up in some residential assessments.
Tue Mar 04, 2014
Port of Albany is a Major Destination for North Dakota Oil
Crude-by-rail from the Bakken shale formation has transformed the sleepy Port of Albany, NY into a major supplier of cheaper crude for East Coast refineries.
Thu Feb 27, 2014
Globe and Mail
Community mourns death of Nova Scotia student as police piece together homicide case
Two people are in custody on auto theft charges and one young woman is dead as police try to piece together their homicide investigation - and an entire community is grieving.
Thu Feb 20, 2014
Second World War soldier reunited with helmet after 70 years
Jordan Chiasson bought an old military helmet in an army surplus store in Moncton, N.B., for $30 last August, but only recently discovered the name GW Johnson and a number scratched into the inside of it, so he set out to find the owner.
Tue Feb 18, 2014
Globe and Mail
Eyeing offshore oil, New Brunswick presses for its own Atlantic Accord
A ship unloads at the monobouy offshore of Irving Canaport crude oil marine terminal in Mispec, near Saint John, on Aug. 27, 2013.
More Expensive Gasoline Lies Ahead
GasBuddy predicts that more expensive gasoline pricing is imminent, with pump prices likely to jump some 15 to 40 cents a gallon between now and Easter Sunday.
Sat Feb 15, 2014
Green Left Weekly
Canada: Fresh gas line explosion amid fossil fuel expansion
A rupture of the TransCanada PipeLines gas line occurred in the middle of the night on January 25 near the village of Otterburne.
Great Bend Tribune
A more expensive slice of gasoline - pie' lies ahead
As a thought experiment, consider the 2014 motor fuel market a pizza, divided conveniently into eight slices.
Fri Feb 14, 2014
What Risks Canadian Businesses Should Know Before Using the Cloud
But with the latest reports of corporate espionage in the news, storing your files on the cloud is also an incredible risk.