New Brunswick, Canada
New Brunswick, Canada Newswire (Page 4)

New Brunswick, Canada Newswire (Page 4)

Comprehensive Real-Time News Feed for New Brunswick, Canada. (Page 4)

Results 61 - 80 of 42,098 in New Brunswick, Canada

  1. Energy East price tag rising: TransCanadaRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 31 | CottageCountryNow.ca

    TransCanada Corp. , the company planning to build the controversial cross-Canada oil pipeline, had been estimating it would cost $12 billion. On a quarterly conference call, CEO Russ Girling said the likely increase is due to adjusting the pipeline's route following feedback from communities, governments and indigenous peoples as well as higher construction costs.

    Comment?

  2. Community garden use rain barrels to make water access easierRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 31 | CBC News

    A community garden in Moncton has been having a tough time watering their vegetables. But they partnered up with another organization to fix that problem.

    Comment?

  3. Government of Canada Supports Important Upgrades to Water...Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 31 | Market Wire

    The Honourable Peter MacKay, Regional Minister for Nova Scotia, Minister of Justice and Attorney General of Canada, and Member of Parliament for Central Nova, was joined today by Joachim Stroink, Member of the Legislative Assembly for Halifax-Chebucto, and Mike Savage, Mayor of Halifax Regional Municipality, to announce federal funding of up to $1.83 million for the purchase of new public transit buses and up to $5.06 million for upgrades to water supply mains in Halifax Regional Municipality under the New Building Canada Plan in Nova Scotia. The project to renew the Halifax Transit fleet involves purchasing ten conventional 40-foot accessible low-floor buses to replace older vehicles and five new Access-A-Bus vehicles.

    Comment?

  4. Officials fear Aroostook school district 'is coming to an end' over budgetRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 31 | Bangor Daily News

    The rejection Thursday of the proposed district budge t for the second time in as many months could be the beginning of the end for SAD 27, according to district officials. "I've been watching this and maybe SAD 27 is coming to an end," Tim Doak, district superintendent said during an early morning school board meeting Friday.

    Comment?

  5. Brothers in music: Jim and Andy Creeggan find the right noteRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 31 | Canada.com

    It was the start of a journey that has brought fame, fortune and lots of good times to the brothers. Choir led to Andy playing the drums in Grade 5 and to Jim picking up a double bass left behind by an older brother who became more interested in sports.

    Comment?

  6. New Brunswick man alive thanks to AED placed nearby because of friend's fatherRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 31 | The Winnipeg Free Press

    A New Brunswick man is alive thanks to some quick-thinking bystanders and a public-access life-saving machine that was nearby only through a strange twist of circumstance. Eugene Manuel, 46, was competing in a fitness challenge at his local gym in Miramichi on July 11 when his heart suddenly stopped beating.

    Comment?

  7. Amherst to apply for federal funding for Dickey ParkRead the original story

    Friday Jul 31 | Amherst Daily News

    A walk through Dickey Park isn't as scenic as it once was as mounds of dirt sit where green grass once grew. These people ventured through the park Thursday afternoon.

    Comment?

  8. Now in printRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 31 | Kidderminster Shuttle

    Some of the biggest - and best - trends to emerge from the spring/summer collections were the bold, technicoloured prints that designers emblazoned on their catwalk creations. From Matthew Williamson's Hawaiian palms to Preen's graphic stripes, these cool motifs have found a home on the high street too, in the form of standout dresses, versatile separates and whimsical accessories.

    Comment?

  9. Tom Mulcair brings jobs message to CampbelltonRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 31 | CBC News

    With a federal election call likely just days away, New Democratic Party Leader Tom Mulcair is trying to drum up support for the party in northern New Brunswick. Mulcair was in Edmundston Thursday and continue on Friday to Campbellton, where unemployment is high and voters are skeptical and weary of the inevitable election promises to come.

    Comment?

  10. Perth-Andover man rules out arbitration on Jeep problemsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 31 | CBC News

    A Perth-Andover doctor says he's rejected the idea of taking his fight for a replacement vehicle to an arbitration panel funded up by automobile manufacturers. Dr. Mohel Zaki went public Monday with his story of a breakdown-prone new Jeep Cherokee he bought for $73,000.

    Comment?

  11. Acadian Peninsula mayors stage soapbox derbyRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 31 | CBC News

    Three mayors from the Acadian Peninsula, famous for their rivalries trying to secure resources for their villages, will hash out their differences on a new battle ground this weekend. They're taking over a New Brunswick Day soapbox derby in Caraquet to celebrate the upcoming Acadian Festival in the village.

    Comment?

  12. HRH Prince of Wales learns about rural crafts at Northleach PrisonRead the original story

    Friday Jul 31 | Wilts and Gloucestershire Standard

    Prince Charles visited Northleach's iconic Old Prison to meet volunteers and members of The Friends of the Cotswolds, the charity which champions the landscape, history and environment of the Cotswolds. The Prince of Wales, whose home is at Highgrove near Tetbury, enjoyed a whistle stop tour of Cotswold crafts, including demonstrations by local craftsmen in dry-stone walling, blacksmithing, thatching and spinning and weaving.

    Comment?

  13. History Clash | Your LettersRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 31 | The Chronicle Herald

    What a wonderful controversy The Chronicle Herald has started with articles from Len Canfield, John Boileau, Jon Tattrie and Daniel Paul regarding Halifax founder Edward Cornwallis. These gentlemen are exceptionally talented writers and I find myself agreeing with certain parts of all their positions.

    Comment?

  14. Government of Canada supports Habitat for Humanity project in Hardwicke, New BrunswickRead the original story

    Friday Jul 31 | Canada NewsWire

    With this acquisition, Habitat for Humanity Moncton Area will provide an affordable housing solution to a family. SFRPHI makes surplus federal real properties available to communities for projects that help stabilize the living arrangements of individuals and families that are homeless or at risk of becoming homeless.

    Comment?

  15. Harper Government helps youth in eastern Canada get jobs and supports women entrepreneursRead the original story

    Friday Jul 31 | Canada NewsWire

    The announcement was made today by the Honourable Bernard Valcourt, Minister of Aboriginal Affairs and Northern Development and Member of Parliament for Madawaska-Restigouche, on behalf of the Honourable Pierre Poilievre, Minister of Employment and Social Development, and the Honourable Dr. Through the Government's Youth Employment Strategy, the Restigouche Community Business Development Corporation will continue to deliver its existing project to help 90 recent post-secondary graduates in eastern Project participants will gain work experience related to their studies and career goals through paid internships in various fields, including forestry, computer system design and health services.

    Comment?

  16. Canada's frustrating dairy hardball could slow TPP talks, says New Zealand envoyRead the original story

    Friday Jul 31 | Fort Francis Times

    Other parties around the bargaining table are growing exasperated with Canada for stonewalling their demands to pry open its dairy market as part of a major global free-trade deal. But cracks in the Canadian government's position have begun to show as an agreement on the Trans-Pacific Partnership appears within reach, says a trade envoy for the New Zealand government at the talks in Hawaii.

    Comment?

  17. Maple Ridge water polo player named to Team CanadaRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 30 | Lake Cowichan Gazette

    It was only six years ago that Matt Halajian was ringing balls off of the windows at the Maple Ridge Leisure Centre during water polo practice, giving lifeguards and patrons alike the impression his shot was going to break right through the double paned glass. The former Haney Neptune may have had a humble introduction to the sport, but as of last week, Halajian's meteoric rise through the ranks of Canadian water polo culminated in his biggest achievement thus far - being named to the senior national team competing at the FINA world aquatic championships in Kazan, Russia.

    Comment?

  18. Forecast for the MaritimesRead the original story

    Friday Jul 31 | Cape Breton Post

    Halifax Metro and Halifax County West:@ Today, a few showers ending this afternoon then clearing. Wind southwest 20 km-h.

    Comment?

  19. North Rustico Country Music Festival marks 25th anniversaryRead the original story

    Friday Jul 31 | The Guardian

    Ivan and Vivian Hicks from New Brunswick are looking forward to performing at the 25th North Rustico Country Music Festival at the North Star Arena this weekend. Fans of old-time country are arriving in Rustico this weekend by the carload - and the busload - for the annual North Rustico Country Music Festival at the North Star Arena.

    Comment?

  20. RCMP reports high number of vehicle break-insRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 31 | CBC News

    Police have responded to over 90 vehicle thefts since the beginning of the July. In 60 of those thefts, the vehicle was unlocked.

    Comment?