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Monthly Archives: November 2017

Army Conducting Training Exercise This Weekend In Hampton

Posted on Thursday, November 30, 2017 The town of Hampton is giving residents and visitors to the town a heads up that they may spot uniformed soldiers with weapons and army vehicles in and around the community this weekend. The town says the army will be conducting a training exercise from Friday until Sunday in… Read more »

The Sea Dogs name David Kelly Special Advisor to Hockey Operations

Nov 28, 2017by Huddle Staff SAINT JOHN – David “DK” Kelly has been promoted from Head Equipment Manager to Special Advisor to Hockey Operations for the Saint John Sea Dogs, the team announced on Tuesday. In his new role, Kelly will provide hockey insights, spearhead Sea Dogs alumni initiatives and assist with other special projects. He will… Read more »

NBCC Announces the Province’s First Cybersecurity Post-Grad Program

Aaron Breen, director of development at IBM in Fredericton. Image: Cherise Letson/Huddle Today SAINT JOHN– New Brunswick Community College (NBCC) wants to help fill the cybersecurity skills gap in the province with a new program it’ll be offering next year. On Tuesday NBCC announced it will be launching a new one-year post-graduate cybersecurity diploma program… Read more »

SJ Hiring Fair Targeting Newcomers & International Students

Posted on November 27, 2017 by Eleanor MacLean Valentin Boinitski has an extensive resume in communications and speaks five languages. His background and skills are the proverbial “wish list” for many employers, whether they are looking to hire a Canadian-born or immigrant employee. But, finding a job can often be problematic for newcomers when there are cultural differences… Read more »

Safe Driving Study By Allstate, Finds NB Tops List

The ninth annual safe driving study has been released by Allstate Insurance Company of Canada,  and New Brunswick ranked as the safest province to drive in. Allstate conducts the study each year, to generate discussion about what it means to be a safe driver. They examine the collision date of customers in Alberta, New Brunswick,… Read more »

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 »


        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 »

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