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Tories, Liberals woo small businesses with promises
Progressive Conservative Party Leader David Alward stopped at a yogurt shop in Moncton on Wednesday to announce new measures for small businesses.
Tue Aug 26, 2014
Health reform debate must go beyond spending, analyst says
Daniel McHardie has been a reporter with CBC.ca in New Brunswick since 2008. He also co-hosts the CBC political podcast Spin Reduxit.
Mon Aug 25, 2014
Parties unveil promises in campaign's first weekend
Federal Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau and Liberal Leader Brian Gallant acknowledge supporters in Moncton on Saturday.
Sun Aug 24, 2014
Disabled residents help to prepare for nexta
Disabled residents help to prepare for next disaster Trial run at Rutgers Livingston campus involves 48 handicapped participants, many agencies Check out this story on mycentraljersey.com: http://mycj.co/1p6C3Wt Staff and volunteers from the American Red Cross, the N.J. Division on Disabilities, FEMA and Middlesex County OEM were on hand Friday ... (more)
Canadian Business Magazine
New Brunswick Liberal Party promises more moose hunting licences
The New Brunswick Liberal Party is promising to boost the number of moose hunting licences if elected to govern in September.
Sat Aug 23, 2014
Painter Fred Ross remembered in Saint John
Family and friends gathered Saturday to say goodbye to Fred Ross, a well-known New Brunswick painter known for his portraits and murals.
What's happening in Central Jersey: Aug. 24 and laterWhat's happening ...
What's happening in Central Jersey: Aug. 24 and later News from Bound Brook, East Brunswick, Mountainside, North Brunswick, Piscataway, Scotch Plains Check out this story on mycentraljersey.com: http://mycj.co/1tvvz2V The Provident Bank Foundation was awarded the Community Partner of the Year Award from the Arc of Somerset County during the ... (more)
Fri Aug 22, 2014
Liberals pledge a family doctor for every New Brunswicker
The Liberals say every New Brunswicker will have a family doctor by 2018, if they are elected in the upcoming provincial election.
Premier will watch New Brunswick election results closely
As New Brunswick voters get ready for the pitter-patter of politicians on their doorstep, P.E.I. Premier Robert Ghiz will likely be watching the campaign closely.
Mon Aug 18, 2014
Globe and Mail
Jobs, economy top issues of New Brunswick election, premier says
New Brunswick Premier David Alward and his wife Ronda arrive ahead of Alward's meeting with Lt.-Gov. Graydon Nicholas in Fredericton, N.B., on Monday, August 18, 2014.
Forestry plan challenge by First Nations chiefs in court today
The new forestry strategy would give Crown licence holders the right to cut 20 per cent more softwood on public land.
The Jersey Journal
Vintage photos of scouting in N.J.
The Boy Scouts of America -- modeled after a group founded in England by Gen. Robert Baden-Powell -- was incorporated in 1910 by Chicago publisher W.D. Boyce.
Sat Aug 16, 2014
Teens Complete First Tim Howard NJCTS Leadership Academy
Teens Complete First Tim Howard NJCTS Leadership Academy Academy designed to boost resilience and self-empowerment The first class of the Tim Howard NJCTS Leadership Academy now has a heavy responsibility.
Thu Aug 14, 2014
Rep. Holt in Manville to deliver mail and a messageRep. Holt in...
Rep. Holt in Manville to deliver mail and a message Lawmaker says Congress can save the Postal Service Check out this story on mycentraljersey.com: http://mycj.co/Vq2RUu Congressman Rush Holt spends a morning walking in a postman's shoes.
The Jersey Journal
Owner of North Brunswick online jewelry business pleads guilty to tax charge
The owner of an online jewelry business based in North Brunswick pleaded guilty to filing a false tax return Wednesday.
Car dependence hurting New Brunswick economy
A new report from the Urban and Community Studies Institute at the University of New Brunswick shows New Brunswickers are among the most car-dependent Canadians, and it's hurting the province's ability to create jobs, retain residents and compete.
Dog owners could be fined, jailed for overnight dog tethering
New Brunswickers who leave their dogs tethered outside overnight could face stiff penalties under new regulations slated to take effect on Dec. 1. Fines will range from $500 to $200,000 and offenders could be sentenced to up to 18 months in jail.
Wed Aug 13, 2014
97-year-old Vera Abruzzi fulfills truck driving dream
A North Brunswick woman was able to cross off a big entry on her bucket list today when she sat behind the wheel of a tractor-trailer.
Tue Aug 12, 2014
Crown forestry deal will be finalized within days, Alward says
Premier David Alward says a controversial forestry agreement with J.D. Irving Ltd. should be finalized before the election campaign begins next week.