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Monthly Archives: October 2017

Innovative N.B. Tea Producer Lands a Date With Dragons’ Den November 16

  Oct 19, 2017by Mark Leger Dragons’ Den judges sample Millennia Tea. Image: submitted SAINT JOHN – Tracy and Rory Bell have honed a successful pitch for Millennia Tea. Pioneers of a flash-frozen tea line that best preserves its antioxidant qualities, the entrepreneurs from Saint John (via Dieppe) impressed renowned tea experts and writers from around the world… Read more »

$6.5 million river ferry to be built at Bas-Caraquet shipyard

By Jordan Gill, CBC News Posted: Oct 20, 2017  The government-owned Bas-Caraquet shipyard will build a new ferry for the province’s fleet. (www.simexperts.com) A 15-car ferry for the province’s diminished fleet will be built by Ocean New Brunswick Inc. in Bas-Caraquet, the Liberal government announced Friday. The work at the government-owned shipyard will be worth an estimated $6.5 million… Read more »

News Exports Grow Significantly Despite Ongoing Battle Over Trade Agreement

Oct 19, 2017by The Canadian Press Image: The Canadian Press       Oct 19, 2017by The Canadian Press CALGARY — Export Development Canada says exports are growing significantly as both the U.S. and the global economy continue to improve. The crown corporation said in a report out Thursday that overall exports are expected to grow eight percent in 2017, led by “massive gains” in… Read more »

Kennebecasis group checks waters for wild Atlantic salmon

Kennebecasis Watershed Restoration Committee gets money to improve fish passage By Elizabeth Fraser, CBC News Posted: Oct 19, 2017 The Kennebecasis Watershed Restoration Committee received money from the Atlantic Conservation Foundation to study fish populations and remove barriers. (Cherise Letson/CBC) Related Stories Kennebecasis watershed group helps rebuild after flooding A group trying to understand and protect fish populations… Read more »

UPTOWN MUG #75 . SUZANNE TUCKER

  By Tracy Hanson on 17.10.2017| UPTOWN MUGS, UPTOWN SAINT JOHN Suzanne Tucker is a trailblazer in life and a bundle of positive, creative energy and unmatched attitude.  Suzanne is the owner of Fundy Bay Organics, recently relocated to 38 Water Street, as well as a professor at UNB, a Director and Chair of the Finance Committee at Uptown Saint John,… Read more »

Film tour showcasing works by Indigenous youth arrives in Maritimes ‘The process of storytelling is quite rich’ By Cody MacKay, CBC News Posted: Oct 15, 2017 9:00 AM AT Last Updated: Oct 15, 2017 9:00 AM AT

Film tour showcasing works by Indigenous youth arrives in Maritimes ‘The process of storytelling is quite rich’ By Cody MacKay, CBC News Posted: Oct 15, 2017 9:00 AM AT Last Updated: Oct 15, 2017 9:00 AM AT

Maritime audiences are getting the chance to see a host of Indigenous youth films as the Wapikoni Cinema on Wheels makes its way to the East Coast. Cinema on Wheels is a travelling caravan full of exterior projection equipment that’s spent most of the year travelling from coast to coast showcasing award-winning short films made by Indigenous youth from across the country.… Read more »

CROSBY’S GINGERBREAD TRAIL

CROSBY’S GINGERBREAD TRAIL

By Tracy Hanson on 12.10.2017| UPTOWN SAINT JOHN A very sweet holiday tradition uptown awaits your pleasure.  Crosby’s Gingerbread Trail is a sugar coated, delicious trail of gingerbread creations and is viewable at various uptown locations from November 24 – [ Read more »

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