Monthly Archives: January 2014

NB Power Offering Instant Rebates

NB Power Offering Instant Rebates

NB Power is helping New Brunswickers save energy and money by offering instant rebates on a range of energy-saving products in February and March. “We are working hard to help our customers save money on energy-saving products that will give them the extra bonus of saving on their monthly power bills,” said Gaëtan Thomas, president… Read more »

National Literacy Week: Why I Read

National Literacy Week: Why I Read

by Jules Keenan A lot of people have come to me, asking how I can read so much, or saying they hate reading, and only read when they have to. They can’t seem to understand what literature can do to a person. They don’t comprehend what a good book can do. Great books, especially old… Read more »

Blackville Rec Council Hosting Free Skating Party

Blackville Rec Council Hosting Free Skating Party

The Blackville Recreation Council will be hosting a free skating party on Friday, January 31 from 6:00pm to 9:30pm.  Everyone is welcome to attend for a great evening of family fun, skating and prizes! Blackville mayor Andrew Hawkes, councillors Cindy Ross, Matthew Sturgeon and Christopher Hennessy and Southwest Miramichi MLA Jake Stewart will be in […] Read more »

Boston Dinner 2014 Auction Items

Boston Dinner 2014 Auction Items

The Boston Dinner is almost upon us. For those attending there are a lot of great items in this year’s Live Auction – February 1, 2014. Here is a preview so that you can decide on which items you would like to bid. Know someone who isn’t attending but would like to participate? Let them […] Read more »

KPH Theatre Arts Classes Registration Now Open

KPH Theatre Arts Classes Registration Now Open

Following the smashing success of their December 7th showcase, Glenn and Elizabeth Copeland are pleased to announce that registrations are now open for the new line-up of theatre arts classes at KPH. Curtains Up! Theatre Arts for the Young and Young at Heart. Focus is on fun! All classes run for 16 weeks, though students… Read more »

New Federal-Provincial Funding Program Addresses Farmers Concern

New Federal-Provincial Funding Program Addresses Farmers Concern

A new federal-provincial funding program has been announced to address ongoing concerns of farmers about livestock losses and crop damage due to wildlife. Premier David Alward made the announcement of the Wildlife Damage Compensation Program on Thursday at the annual general meeting of the Agricultural Alliance of New Brunswick. Farmers will be able to apply… Read more »

Miramichi Idol Week 3

Miramichi Idol Week 3

Miramichi Idol Week 3 is happening tonight Saturday, January 25 at 8pm!  Here is a list of the singers and their selections for this evenings event.   Alicia Hachey Black Horse and the Cherry Tree – KT Tunstall Lips Of An Angel – Hinder Bethany Matchett Wagon Wheel (Guitar) Perfect – Pink Christopher Manuel Good… Read more »

WOMEN Mini Trade Show happens Wednesday

WOMEN Mini Trade Show happens Wednesday

WOMEN welcomes you to join them on Wednesday, January 29th beginning at 6:30 pm at Season’s View Café on Water Street to enjoy an evening of networking, food and a chance to view 10 members as they showcase their business and professions at a Mini Trade Show. The following members will be present to show… Read more »

Miramichier Appointed President & CEO of NB Liquor

Miramichier Appointed President & CEO of NB Liquor

Brian Harriman is the new president and chief executive officer of NB Liquor, effective February 1st. “This is a historic appointment, and we are proud to be the government that has introduced an open and transparent recruitment process to the selection of this important role at NB Liquor,” said Premier David Alward. The appointment is… Read more »

Rail Freight Service Commitment, Northern NB

Rail Freight Service Commitment, Northern NB

The provincial government and CN have reached an agreement to preserve rail freight service on the line in northern New Brunswick. “Freight rail is a critical mode of transportation for industries in northern New Brunswick, and it is a vital lifeline for the jobs and communities that rely on these industries,” said Premier David Alward.… Read more »

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