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A follow up meeting will be done tonight, to hold further discussions into concerns over the speed limit in front of Magnetic Hill School.The Minister of Transportation Bill Fraser will meet with...

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It's estimated millennials and members of Generation Z, who are born after 2000, will make up half of the workforce by the year 2020, rising to three-quarters by 2030.The Chief Economist of the...

Post date: October 17, 2017

It's been a week of controversy in St. Stephen over the proposed rainbow crosswalk, and Town Council has felt the wrath of the internet. St. Stephen Mayor Allan MacEachern says its been an eye-...

Post date: October 17, 2017

Road Closures and Detours – IGT Legs for LiteracyDetours and Closures for Saturday, October 21, 2017: From 6 a.m. until 2 p.m.Full street closure of Downing StreetFrom 9:30 a.m. until noonFull...

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A man who has been described as a Canadian icon, has passed away.It was reported on John Dunsworth's Twitter last night that he left this world after a short and unexpected illness.Dunsworth, who...

Post date: October 17, 2017

Public outrage erupted earlier this year after the herbicide glyphosate was sprayed in the Turtle Creek Watershed.At Council last night, Moncton Mayor Dawn Arnold announced a scientific working group...

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Moncton City Council approved the capital and utility budgets in principle this week totalling $156 million.Deputy Treasurer Gregg Houser says the biggest cost this year is paying for the downtown...

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Sears Canada has received court approval to begin the liquidation process and sales at its remaining stores are set to begin this Thursday, October 19.Customers should take note that the retailer is...

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New Brunswick's Families and Children Minister is thanking those who have opened their hearts and homes to children in provincial care during National Foster Family Week.Stephen Horsman says...

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The school may have officially opened its doors last week but Ecole Champlain in Moncton's east end is already getting close to capacity.The K-8 school now has 780 students and the Francophone...

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It's official! St. Stephen Middle School will get their rainbow crosswalk. A special Town Council meeting was called to hold the vote over the proposed crosswalk. The decision was a 4-2 vote,...

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A sod-turning ceremony with federal and provincial officials has officially kicked off construction to modernize and upgrade Greater Moncton's wastewater treatment plant.Funding is now in place...

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Building permits in Moncton continued to rise in the third quarter that ended September 30th.The value came in at $63.1 million and that compares to $37.7 million during the same period last year.The...

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Vandals targeted Francophone South school buses over the weekend.Ten buses from the school district were vandalized overnight from Friday to Saturday, while parked in a lot on Halifax Street in...

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Moncton City Councillors will meet tonight, but first this afternoon, a special public meeting will be held.It is to deliberate the 2018 Capital Budget.The special meeting will get underway at 2:30pm...

Post date: October 16, 2017

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