Part-Time Police Constables Expression of Interest

Part-Time Police Constables Expression of Interest

The Saint John Police provides policing services to those who live, work and visit the city, by engaging with the community, upholding the law and preserving public safety. We pride ourselves on actioning our core values of leadership, accountability, professionalism, inclusiveness, integrity and valour. The Saint John Police is seeking interest from Part-Time Police Constables… Read more »

Here We Grow: Saint John’s Population On The Rise

Here We Grow: Saint John’s Population On The Rise

It’s official – more people are now calling Saint John home. According to data released by Statistics Canada in January, the population has grown by 2.4% percent, or 1,759 residents bringing the City’s population to 73,611 as of July 2022. This increase marks the fastest growth the City has experienced in decades, and already exceeds… Read more »

Residents Asked To Prepare For Heavy Rainfall, Rapid Snow Melt and Strong Wind Gusts

Residents Asked To Prepare For Heavy Rainfall, Rapid Snow Melt and Strong Wind Gusts

With a rainfall warning currently in effect for Saint John, the Saint John Emergency Management Organization (SJ-EMO) is asking residents to be prepared. The current forecast is for snow to begin Wednesday night, changing to rain, at times heavy, on Thursday morning, with wind gusts of up to 80 km/h. The morning commute may be challenging with the… Read more »

Government Taking Action On Gun Crime In Saint John and The Kennebecasis Region

Government Taking Action On Gun Crime In Saint John and The Kennebecasis Region

Pictured from left to right: Saint John Councillor David Hickey, Saint John Councillor Barry Ogden, Saint John Deputy Mayor John MacKenzie, Saint John Mayor Donna Reardon, Saint John-Rothesay MP Wayne Long, Rothesay Mayor Nancy Grant, Quispamsis Mayor Libby O’Hara, Quispamsis Councillor Emil Olsen.   Government taking action on gun crime in Saint John and the Kennebecasis Region… Read more »

Curl for Mental Health

Curl for Mental Health

Brush off the rocks and join us in celebrating our longest running fundraiser, Curl for Mental Health! The event will be Saturday, March 25, 2023 at Thistle St. Andrew’s Curling Club in support of the Canadian Mental Health Association of New Brunswick, Saint John office. Whether you’re an experienced curler or a first timer, no… Read more »

Forty-Seven New Mixed-Market homes Coming To Saint John

Forty-Seven New Mixed-Market homes Coming To Saint John

Forty-seven new mixed-market homes coming to Saint John Pictured from left to right: Saint John Harbour MLA Arlene Dunn, Saint John Non Profit Housing General Manager Narinder Singh, Chairperson of Saint John Non Profit Housing Jillian Jordan, Minister of Housing and Diversity and Inclusion The Honourable Ahmed Hussen, Minister Responsible for the Economic and Social Inclusion… Read more »

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