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Monthly Archives: January 2018

More Blood Donors Needed After Recent Bad Weather

Canadian Blood Services estimates it lost about 400 blood donations in the region last week due to the so-called “weather bomb”. Numerous blood collection clinics had to be cancelled and the agency has issued a plea for more donors to help replenish supplies. CBS says it’s important to build up inventory during the winter to… Read more »

Red Cross Disaster Management Teams Seeking Volunteers

Posted on Friday, January 5, 2018 The Canadian Red Cross is looking for new volunteers to join its various disaster Saint John Team Leader Christy Jacquard says there is certain criteria you must meet. These include be at least 19 years old, have a valid driver’s licence, and a clear criminal reference check. You must… Read more »

T4G Considers Itself a ‘Force for Good’ as a Business, But Now It’s Official

Jan 5, 2018 by Huddle Staff SAINT JOHN– T4G, a data-based technology solutions company with offices in Saint John, Moncton, Toronto, Halifax and Vancouver, has officially become a certified B Corporation. B Corporations are for-profit entities that believe in using business as a force for good. B Corp is a worldwide certification created by nonprofit organization B Lab. The certification… Read more »

The Port’s West Side Upgrade Ramps Up This Year

2018 is key in Port Saint John’s west side modernization project. President and CEO Jim Quinn tells us that last year was focused on the design phase. Hatch/Dillon was awarded a $205 million dollar contract for the project. Quinn tells us the work ramps up this summer with significant contracts being awarded and a changing… Read more »

Six New Brunswick Organizations Make List of Atlantic Canada’s Top Employers

Jan 3, 2018 by Huddle staff SAINT JOHN – Six New Brunswick Organizations have been named to the list of Atlantic Canada’s top employers for 2018. CAA Atlantic Ltd. (Saint John), Irving Oil (Saint John), Medavie Blue Cross (Moncton), NBCC (Fredericton), University of New Brunswick (Fredericton) and Opportunities New Brunswick made the list this year. The list… Read more »

New Business Wants to Help Seniors Age in Place

  Posted on January 2, 2018 by Eleanor MacLean For years, Judy Lane heard stories from families struggling to find the right services to meet the needs of their aging parents. While many ended up in special care or nursing homes, it wasn’t always what they wanted. “Many seniors struggle to find and coordinate various service providers to… Read more »

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