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New Brunswick’s Robyn Tingley Named One of Canada’s Top 100 Power Women

New Brunswick’s Robyn Tingley Named One of Canada’s Top 100 Power Women

Nov 23, 2017 by Huddle Staff New Brunswick businesswoman Robyn Tingley is being recognized as one of the country’s most powerful women by the Women’s Executive Network (WXN). Tingley, the founder and president of Saint John-based consulting firm GlassSky, is one of the 100 women named to the Network’s  2017 “Canada’s Most Powerful Women” list. Canada’s Most Powerful… Read more »

18th Annual KV Santa Claus Parade

November 26, 2016 @ 6:00 pm-8:00pm The towns of Quispamsis & Rothesay are excited to host the 18th Annual KV Santa Claus Parade. Families, groups, organizations, and businesses are encouraged to enjoy this popular community event and also decorate homes, storefronts and signs. This year’s theme is The Music & Magic of Christmas. The parade begins… Read more »

65TH ANNUAL SANTA CLAUS PARADE – WINNERS ANNOUNCED

65TH ANNUAL SANTA CLAUS PARADE – WINNERS ANNOUNCED

        Posted on November 19, 2017 in FEATURED by Tracy Hanson 65th Annual Saint John Santa Claus Parade – Winners November 18, 2017   The Santa Claus Parade Committee wishes to announce the names of the winning entries in the Saint John Santa Claus Parade held on Saturday, November 18th.  A special thank you to our judging committee, the… Read more »

Nela’s Kitchen ‘a great fit’ at Saint John Regional Hospital

Nela’s Kitchen ‘a great fit’ at Saint John Regional Hospital

Nela’s Kitchen stocks a small fridge at the Saint John Regional Hospital gift shop with fresh meals every day. (Courtesy Nela’s Kitchen)    By Sarah Trainor, CBC News Posted: Nov 20, 2017 Visitors to the Saint John Regional Hospital who want a break from the usual cafeteria and coffee shop menus now have another option. Nela’s Kitchen has taken up… Read more »

Interactive mural at Saint John school encourages students to make their mark Seaside Park Elementary School installs giant porcelain tile public art that wipes clean

Interactive mural at Saint John school encourages students to make their mark Seaside Park Elementary School installs giant porcelain tile public art that wipes clean

Grade 5 students Sam Crowley and Tyler Brooks enjoyed colouring-in the submarine on the new interactive ceramic tile mural in the lobby of Seaside Park Elementary School. (CBC) CBC News Posted: Nov 21, 2017 Most artwork is designed to be admired from a distance, but a new gigantic mural at Seaside Park Elementary School in Saint John… Read more »

Checking for ticks: Maps show pest’s hotspots in the Maritimes

Checking for ticks: Maps show pest’s hotspots in the Maritimes

Researchers created the maps to make the public more aware of tick populations throughout the province. (Shutterstock)   By Cody MacKay, CBC News Posted: Nov 19, 2017 If you ever wanted to know where the creepy crawlies hide, a new digital map is helping shed light on hotspots for ticks and Lyme disease in the Maritimes. Researchers at Mount Allison… Read more »

N.B. Records New Highs for Investment in Private Sector Companies

N.B. Records New Highs for Investment in Private Sector Companies

Nov 17, 2017by Huddle Staff SAINT JOHN – The province’s private sector companies recorded new highs in 2016 in venture capital investment and capital raised by publicly traded companies, according to a new report issued by the Finacial and Consumer Services Commission. Venture capital firms invested $31.04-million in local companies across 31 deals, the highest amount in any… Read more »

Gradeless report cards ready to go out in Anglophone South

Gradeless report cards ready to go out in Anglophone South

On their next report cards, student progress in the Anglophone South School District will be evaluated on a four-point scale. (iStock) Report cards with 4-point scale to be sent home with students in kindergarten to Grade 8 By Elizabeth Fraser, CBC News Posted: Nov 16, 2017  Students in the Anglophone South School District get their first report cards of… Read more »

Ottawa Invests $5-Million in Saint John Ferry Terminal

Ottawa Invests $5-Million in Saint John Ferry Terminal

Nov 15, 2017by Huddle Staff SAINT JOHN – The federal government has announced it’s spending $5.17-million to replace the fender system at the Saint John Ferry Terminal on the city’s west side. It says the project will help ensure the safety of ferry passengers and minimize wear and tear to the vessel and berthing dock by reducing the force… Read more »

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