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Monthly Archives: October 2017

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

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

$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

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 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

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 »

Saint John Sea Dogs Partner with Deloitte to Create Fan ‘Discovery Zone’

Saint John Sea Dogs Partner with Deloitte to Create Fan ‘Discovery Zone’

Oct 18, 2017 by Cherise Letson Image: Cherise Letson/Huddle SAINT JOHN– The Saint John Sea Dogs have teamed up with professional services firm Deloitte to bring the hockey game experience to a new level. On Wednesday the two organizations announced the opening of the Sea Dogs’ “Discovery Zone.” Located on the west-end of Saint John’s Harbour Station,… Read more »

T4G Moving Saint John Office to the ‘Heart’ of the City’s Tech Industry Oct 12, 2017

T4G Moving Saint John Office to the ‘Heart’ of the City’s Tech Industry Oct 12, 2017

Oct 12, 2017 by Cherise Letson T4G’s VP Cathy Simpson; HotSpot CEO Phillip Curley; T4G President Geoff Flood at the announcement of a Big Data initiative in May, 2016. Image: file photo SAINT JOHN– After almost 15 years on the westside, technology solutions company T4G is moving its Saint John office to the uptown core that is the heart of… 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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