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(March, 1999 - July, 2010)
 
Jul 13, 2010 - Regional Development Corporation
Funding for development of Acadian Peninsula bicycle trail
The provincial government is joining with local community groups to develop the Véloroute de la Péninsule acadienne, or Acadian Peninsula bicycle trail, Transportation Minister Denis Landry announced. .....
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Jul 13, 2010 - Regional Development Corporation
Additional investment in recreational complex
The provincial government is providing an additional investment in support of the Grant-Harvey Recreational Complex under construction in Fredericton.
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Jul 12, 2010 - Regional Development Corporation
Federal and provincial governments invest in northern NB marine industry
A revitalization of the marine industry in the Acadian Peninsula was announced today by a non-profit company thanks to financial investments by the federal and provincial governments.
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Jul 7, 2010 - Wellness, Culture and Sport
Investment made to conserve Swallowtail Lighthouse
The provincial government is making an investment in the conservation of the light keeper's house and other facilities at the Swallowtail Lighthouse on Grand Manan. Fisheries Minister Rick Doucet and .....
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Jun 28, 2010 - Regional Development Corporation
Tourist information centre officially opens
La Gare - a new tourist information centre that is a replica of a train station - officially opened.
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Jun 28, 2010 - Regional Development Corporation
New community centre opens in Blackville
The new Blackville Community Centre was officially opened today. The provincial and federal governments as well as the Village of Blackville invested in the project.
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Jun 28, 2010 - Regional Development Corporation
Community centre funding
The provincial government is providing additional investments to help complete a community centre in the Village of Grand Manan.
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Jun 21, 2010 - Regional Development Corporation
Expo Kent Centre opens
Federal and provincial officials joined residents of the Sainte-Marie-de-Kent region on June 19 to celebrate the grand opening of a new multi-purpose exhibition facility - Expo Kent Centre. Premier Sh .....
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Jun 21, 2010 - Regional Development Corporation
Cranberry company officially opens expansion
An expansion to the Atlantic Mist Cranberries Inc. plant officially opened on Saturday, June 19. The expansion improves the company's packaging and freezing capabilities. The event was attended by Pre .....
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Jun 18, 2010 - Regional Development Corporation
Extension of Fundy Trail Parkway officially opened
A new, 4.3-km section of the Fundy Trail Parkway east of St. Martins officially opened. The opening was attended by Premier Shawn Graham; National Revenue Keith Ashfield, who is also minister of the .....
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Jun 14, 2010 - Regional Development Corporation
Investment being made in Port of Dalhousie
The provincial government and the Port of Dalhousie are joining forces on an infrastructure project for the port's west wharf. Premier Shawn Graham made the announcement. He was joined by Business Ne .....
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Jun 12, 2010 - Regional Development Corporation
R.B. Bennett Commemorative Centre officially opens
The R.B. Bennett Commemorative Centre, which celebrates the life and legacy of Canada's 11th prime minister, officially opened. Bennett was born and raised in the area.
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Jun 12, 2010 - Regional Development Corporation
Sod-turning in rural community of Upper Miramichi
All three levels of government are investing in a multi-functional community centre that will serve the 16 communities comprising the Rural Community of Upper Miramichi.
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Jun 4, 2010 - Regional Development Corporation
Work starts on new Fredericton YMCA
The groundbreaking for a new 5,400 sq. m (60,000 sq. ft.) YMCA facility was marked here today by the federal and provincial governments, the City of Fredericton and the Fredericton YMCA.
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May 27, 2010 - Regional Development Corporation
Province invests in botanical garden improvements
The provincial government is investing $975,630 in infrastructure improvements at the New Brunswick Botanical Garden in Edmundston (Saint-Jacques).
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May 26, 2010 - Regional Development Corporation
Investment in Lily Lake Pavilion
The provincial government is investing $200,000 in the establishment of an endowment fund at Lily Lake Pavilion in Rockwood Park in Saint John. Premier Shawn Graham made the announcement with Supply a .....
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May 19, 2010 - Regional Development Corporation
Investment in St. George senior's housing project
An investment of $480,000 will be made in the establishment of a senior's housing project.
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May 3, 2010 - Regional Development Corporation
Province helps Edmundston sign manufacturer invest in new technology
The provincial government is contributing $850,000 in a new technology system at Pattison Sign Group that will centralize all corporate IT systems and data centres at company operations in Edmundston.
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May 3, 2010 - Regional Development Corporation
Expansion of Eel River Crossing company supported
The federal and provincial governments have invested a total of $978,500 to support the expansion of the Léon Chouinard et Fils ltée plant in Eel River Crossing.
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May 3, 2010 - Regional Development Corporation
Investment made in rink in Eel River Crossing
The federal and provincial governments are investing a total of more than $300,000 in improvements to an outdoor skating rink in Eel River Crossing.
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Apr 28, 2010 - Regional Development Corporation
$53,000 invested in Campbellton firm
The provincial government is investing $53,000 for new technology equipment at Centre Transmed Center Inc. in Campbellton, to help create 25 new jobs. Premier Shawn Graham made the announcement at the .....
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Apr 26, 2010 - Regional Development Corporation
Construction of civic centre starts
A groundbreaking ceremony was held today to start the construction of the Bouctouche Civic Centre.
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Apr 19, 2010 - Regional Development Corporation
Sod-turning for Restigouche-East Regional Community Market
The provincial government is investing $860,000 in the construction of the Restigouche-East Regional Community Market. The sod-turning took place April 19.
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Apr 10, 2010 - Regional Development Corporation
Investments made in Baie-Sainte-Anne's Aréna Adé Thériault
Residents of Baie-Sainte-Anne and surrounding areas will soon enjoy an improved arena thanks to a combined contribution of $868,000 from the federal and provincial governments.
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Mar 20, 2010 - Regional Development Corporation
Maple syrup producers receive funding of $2.6 million
Several maple syrup producers in northwestern New Brunswick are benefiting from a combined investment of more than $2.6 million from the provincial and federal governments.
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Feb 22, 2010 - Regional Development Corporation
Improvements made at Sugarloaf Provincial Park
The newly renovated kitchen and restaurant officially opened at Sugarloaf Provincial Park on Saturday, Feb. 20.
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Feb 22, 2010 - Regional Development Corporation
Investments made in snowmobile trails
New Brunswick will soon offer improved snowmobile trails to the 12,000 snowmobilers who use the 7,000-km provincial trail system annually as a result of investments made by the federal and provincial .....
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Feb 22, 2010 - Regional Development Corporation
Outdoor rink for Grand Falls
An outdoor rink will be built in Grand Falls next to the E. & P. Sénéchal Centre thanks to investments totalling nearly $590,000 by the Government of Canada, the Province of New Brunswick and the Town .....
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Feb 18, 2010 - Regional Development Corporation
Innovative music program opens officially
The Beaverbrook Cambiata Centre - the prototype for Sistema New Brunswick's bilingual music program - officially opened today. The centre provides musical instruments and music lessons to children reg .....
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Feb 1, 2010 - Regional Development Corporation
$9.53-M investment in highways
The provincial and federal governments are investing a total of $9.53 million in seven highway improvement projects. The announcement was made on Jan. 30 by Transportation Minister Denis Landry and Na .....
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Jan 29, 2010 - Regional Development Corporation
Covered bridge to be replaced; Route 109 to be improved
The provincial and federal governments are making joint investments in the replacement of the Upper Stone Ridge covered bridge and in the upgrading of Route 109. Transportation Minister Denis Landry a .....
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Jan 23, 2010 - Regional Development Corporation
Government unveils action plan for northern New Brunswick
The provincial government will encourage economic growth and new opportunities for northern New Brunswick through a three-year regional plan unveiled by Premier Shawn Graham.
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Jan 12, 2010 - Regional Development Corporation
Water infrastructure upgrades for Fredericton
The water and wastewater systems in Fredericton will receive $1.4 million in upgrades through a federal-provincial-city project.
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Dec 21, 2009 - Regional Development Corporation
Government investing additional $200,000 in YMCA project
The provincial government is investing an extra $200,000 toward Fredericton's new YMCA facility project, Environment Minister Rick Miles announced today.
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Dec 21, 2009 - Regional Development Corporation
Province contributes $225,000 to Saint John 225
The provincial government is investing $225,000 to help local artists and performers take centre stage in celebration of Saint John's 225th anniversary as Canada's first incorporated city. Tourism and .....
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Dec 15, 2009 - Regional Development Corporation
Province supporting tire plant in Atholville
The provincial government is investing $150,000 in the creation of a tire plant at Pneus ABC Tires Inc., creating 13 jobs. Business New Brunswick Minister Victor Boudreau, who is also minister respons .....
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Dec 7, 2009 - Regional Development Corporation
Government helps create eight jobs at Bathurst Machine Shop Ltd.
The province is investing $305,000 in Bathurst Machine Shop Ltd. to help it expand its metal fabrication facility, purchase new equipment, and create eight jobs.
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Nov 30, 2009 - Regional Development Corporation
Federal, provincial governments invest in Carrefour de la mer expansion
The federal and provincial governments are investing almost $2.4 million in Carrefour de la mer to allow it to expand its facilities and offer a wide variety of shows, productions and events to larger .....
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Nov 23, 2009 - Regional Development Corporation
Reversing Falls Lookout officially opens
Supply and Services Minister Ed Doherty took part in the official opening of the Reversing Falls Lookout in Saint John on Monday, Nov. 23. The Province of New Brunswick, through the Regional Developme .....
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Nov 20, 2009 - Regional Development Corporation
Government supports peat production expansion
The provincial government is investing $500,000 in an expansion at Jiffy Products (N.B.) Ltd., in Shippagan, creating up to 100 jobs. Premier Shawn Graham made the announcement today.
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Nov 10, 2009 - Regional Development Corporation
Governments invest $600,000 in Upper Miramichi
Residents of the 16 communities that form the Rural Community of Upper Miramichi will soon benefit from a new multifunctional community centre, thanks to investments of close to $600,000 from all thre .....
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Nov 9, 2009 - Regional Development Corporation
Federal, provincial governments invest in upgrade to 4 Season Complex
A combined federal/provincial investment of $160,000 for upgrades to the 4 Season Complex in St. Martins was announced by Tourism and Parks Minister Stuart Jamieson and Fundy Royal MP Rob Moore.
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Nov 9, 2009 - Regional Development Corporation
Federal, provincial governments invest $7 million in Saint-Quentin company
The federal and provincial governments are making a $7-million investment in Groupe Savoie, Premier Shawn Graham and Senator Percy Mockler announced today in Saint-Quentin. The investment will permit .....
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Oct 22, 2009 - Regional Development Corporation
Government invests in strategic energy infrastructure for Edmundston
The provincial government is investing $800,300 in an energy infrastructure project in Edmundston. Business New Brunswick Minister Victor Boudreau, minister responsible for the Regional Development C .....
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Oct 20, 2009 - Regional Development Corporation
Government invests in Beresford company
An investment of $149,000 for expansion and productivity improvements and the creation of seven jobs at Discovery Drill Manufacturer (DDM) Ltd. in Beresford was made today by Business New Brunswick Mi .....
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Oct 16, 2009 - Regional Development Corporation
Provincial, federal governments invest in Doaktown infrastructure project
Doaktown residents will benefit from joint federal and provincial funding to improve local water infrastructure.
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Oct 15, 2009 - Regional Development Corporation
Canadian Football League game to be played in Moncton
The federal and provincial governments are contributing a total of $1.5 million toward hosting a September 2010 regular season Canadian Football League (CFL) game in Moncton. Premier Shawn Graham, an .....
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Oct 5, 2009 - Regional Development Corporation
Canada, New Brunswick to invest in clean water for Greater Moncton
The federal and New Brunswick governments are joining the City of Moncton in investing in the construction of the Tower Road 2nd Dam and Reservoir project in Moncton.
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Oct 5, 2009 - Regional Development Corporation
Federal, New Brunswick governments invest in upgrades to Keswick Valley Regional Arena
The federal and New Brunswick governments are joining the Keswick Valley Regional Arena Inc. in investing a total of $71,482 to upgrade the Keswick Valley Regional Arena in Burtts Corner.
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Sep 29, 2009 - Regional Development Corporation
Groundbreaking ceremony takes place at Atlantic Baptist University
A groundbreaking ceremony for a new educational facility at Atlantic Baptist University took place on Saturday, Sept. 26, in Moncton. From left: Ed Barrett, campaign chair for Future Foundations at At .....
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Sep 28, 2009 - Regional Development Corporation
Investment made in Saint-Quentin business
An investment of $59,900 for productivity improvements and to create five jobs at Atelier Gérard Beaulieu Inc. was announced in Saint-Quentin, on Monday, Sept. 28.
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Sep 21, 2009 - Regional Development Corporation
Legion Branch receives funding for renovations
Royal Canadian Legion Branch 25 in Edmundston recently received $40,000 for renovations to its facility. From left: Jean-Claude D’Amours, Madawaska-Restigouche MP; Rev. Roger Dionne; Post-Secondary E .....
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Sep 10, 2009 - Regional Development Corporation
New Fredericton YMCA facility receives government support
Fredericton residents will soon benefit from enhanced social, recreational and community services, thanks to the construction of a brand new YMCA facility in the city. Federal funding for the $18.5-mi .....
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Sep 9, 2009 - Regional Development Corporation
Province to invest in innovative program to help students through music
The provincial government is investing $120,000 to establish an innovative, community-based program to use music as a means to nurture youths and to instil in them such positive values as discipline, .....
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Sep 9, 2009 - Regional Development Corporation
Miramichi infrastructure project receives investment from provincial, federal governments
Miramichi residents will benefit from joint federal and provincial funding to improve local waste water infrastructure. The project was announced on Tuesday, Sept. 8, by Public Safety Minister John Fo .....
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Aug 26, 2009 - Regional Development Corporation
Fundy Trail Parkway Authority receives investment for new tourist attraction
An educational new tourist attraction will soon be available to visitors to the Fundy Trail Parkway, thanks to investments from the Government of Canada and the Province of New Brunswick. Tourism and .....
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Aug 26, 2009 - Regional Development Corporation
Sussex Corner infrastructure to be upgraded
Sussex Corner residents will benefit from joint federal and provincial funding to upgrade the community's water and waste water infrastructure. Project funding was announced today by Stuart Jamieson, .....
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Aug 25, 2009 - Regional Development Corporation
Governments of Canada, New Brunswick invest in Drummond infrastructure
Residents of Drummond will benefit from joint federal and provincial funding to improve the village's water distribution system. The announcement was made today by Ronald Ouellette, minister of agricu .....
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Aug 25, 2009 - Regional Development Corporation
Federal, provincial governments invest in Hillsborough infrastructure
Hillsborough residents will benefit from joint federal and provincial funding to upgrade the community's drinking water and waste water infrastructure. Project funding was announced today by Justice a .....
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Aug 25, 2009 - Regional Development Corporation
Governments of Canada, New Brunswick invest in upgrade to Riverview's waste water system
Riverview residents will benefit from joint federal and provincial funding for upgrades to the town's waste water system. The announcement was made today by Mike Murphy, minister of justice and consum .....
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Aug 19, 2009 - Regional Development Corporation
Water, wastewater systems in Nackawic to be studied
The federal and provincial governments are joining the Town of Nackawic in investing a total of $41,535 to study how to improve water and wastewater systems in the community. Each level of government .....
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Aug 18, 2009 - Regional Development Corporation
Federal, New Brunswick governments invest in Harvey, McAdam
The federal and New Brunswick governments are investing a total of $588,166 to upgrade water and wastewater systems and restore village properties in Harvey and McAdam. From left: Finance Minister G .....
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Aug 18, 2009 - Regional Development Corporation
Investment made in St. Andrews infrastructure
St. Andrews residents will benefit from joint federal and provincial funding to upgrade the town's wastewater treatment plant. The announcement was made today by Minister of Fisheries Rick Doucet, and .....
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Aug 14, 2009 - Environment
Governments of Canada and New Brunswick invest in Rothesay
Rothesay residents are benefiting from joint federal and provincial funding to extend and upgrade the town's water infrastructure. Tourism and Parks Minister Stuart Jamieson and Saint John MP Rodney W .....
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Aug 6, 2009 - Regional Development Corporation
Federal, provincial funding to upgrade infrastructure in three Madawaska communities
Residents of three Madawaska communities will benefit from combined federal and provincial funding of nearly $2.3 million to upgrade drinking water and wastewater collection systems. Restigouche-la-V .....
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Aug 6, 2009 - Regional Development Corporation
Governments of Canada and New Brunswick invest in Edmundston and Clair infrastructure
Joint federal and provincial funding to upgrade water and wastewater systems will soon benefit residents of Edmundston and Clair. The announcement was made today in Edmundston by Minister of Post-Sec .....
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Jul 31, 2009 - Regional Development Corporation
Governments invest more than $300,000 in recreational infrastructure in Miramichi
Miramichi residents will soon benefit from improved recreational facilities, thanks to investments by the Government of Canada and the Province of New Brunswick. Public Safety Minister John Foran and .....
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Jul 24, 2009 - Regional Development Corporation
Federal, New Brunswick governments invest in community infrastructure
The federal and New Brunswick governments have joined forces with municipalities to invest a combined $72 million in 32 community infrastructure projects. From left: Premier Shawn Graham; Dieppe Mayor .....
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Jul 16, 2009 - Regional Development Corporation
Federal/provincial governments investing in multi-functional centre for Blackville
Residents of Blackville will soon benefit from a new multi-functional centre, thanks to a $500,000 investment from the governments of Canada and New Brunswick. Premier Shawn Graham, Miramichi MP Tilly .....
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Jul 7, 2009 - Regional Development Corporation
Provincial, federal governments support New Brunswick Southern Railway
The New Brunswick and federal governments will invest up to $18 million to support planned improvements to the New Brunswick Southern Railway. The company will provide the remainder of the funding for .....
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Jun 29, 2009 - Regional Development Corporation
Groundbreaking ceremony takes place for qplex
A groundbreaking ceremony for qplex, a new, environmentally friendly multi-use facility to benefit Quispamsis residents, took place today. Health Minister Mary Schryer, Fundy Royal MP Rob Moore, and Q .....
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Jun 22, 2009 - Regional Development Corporation
Province invests in Kennebecasis Valley fields project
The Province of New Brunswick is pledging up to $300,000 toward the Kennebecasis Valley fields project. Health Minister Mary Schryer, formerly minister of Social Development, made the announcement to .....
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Jun 12, 2009 - Regional Development Corporation
Governments of Canada and New Brunswick invest in provincial highways
New Brunswick drivers will benefit from improved highways and transportation thanks to a partnership between the governments of Canada and New Brunswick. Premier Shawn Graham and Greg Thompson, minist .....
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Jun 9, 2009 - Regional Development Corporation
Chocolate museum celebrates expansion
The new Chocolate Discovery Centre, an expansion to the popular Chocolate Museum, was officially opened in St. Stephen. From left: Fisheries Minister Rick Doucet; Scott Walker, of the Atlantic Canada .....
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Jun 5, 2009 - Regional Development Corporation
Federal/provincial governments make investment in Port of Belledune
A partnership between the provincial and federal governments will see the Port of Belledune expanded and improved. Premier Shawn Graham; Minister responsible for the Northern New Brunswick Infrastruct .....
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May 25, 2009 - Regional Development Corporation
Federal, provincial, municipal governments support new Grand Bay-Westfield collector road
The federal and New Brunswick governments are joining Grand Bay-Westfield in investing in a $5.4 million project to build a new collector road from Route 7 to the town. Energy Minister Jack Keir, fed .....
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May 19, 2009 - Regional Development Corporation
St. George Community Centre officially opens
The St. George Community Centre officially opened Saturday, May 16, as the result of investments by governments at the federal, provincial and municipal levels. From left: Rick Doucet, minister of f .....
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May 12, 2009 - Regional Development Corporation
Provincial, federal governments invest in new Charlotte County civic centre
A new, $18-million civic centre will be built in St. Stephen, supported by financial investments by the provincial and federal governments. From left: Richard Fulton, president of Charlotte County Civ .....
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Apr 20, 2009 - Regional Development Corporation
Government contributing $150,000 to Moncton Youth Residences
The provincial government is making an investment of $150,000 toward a new transitional housing facility to serve youth-at-risk in Greater Moncton. From left: Bob Rochon, chair of the board of directo .....
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Apr 7, 2009 - Regional Development Corporation
New $50-million development fund to assist northern New Brunswick
The provincial government is establishing a $50-million fund to diversify and grow the economy and communities of northern New Brunswick. The initiative, to be known as the Northern Economic Developme .....
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Mar 14, 2009 - Regional Development Corporation
Provincial-federal governments invest in local infrastructure for Perth-Andover and Florenceville-Bristol
Joint federal and provincial investments to improve local water and wastewater services will benefit residents of Perth-Andover and Florenceville-Bristol. Combined federal and provincial funding of ov .....
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Mar 14, 2009 - Regional Development Corporation
Provincial and federal governments invest in Miramichi infrastructure project
Residents of Miramichi will benefit from an upgrade to the city's water and wastewater system, thanks to joint federal and provincial funding of nearly $1 million. The announcement was made today in M .....
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Mar 14, 2009 - Regional Development Corporation
Doaktown residents to benefit from provincial-federal infrastructure investment
Doaktown residents will benefit from improved wastewater treatment, thanks to joint federal-provincial funding of more than $1.8 million. The announcement was made today by Human Resources Minister Ri .....
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Mar 13, 2009 - Regional Development Corporation
Federal-provincial investments benefit Sussex infrastructure
Sussex residents will benefit from joint federal and provincial investments to improve local wastewater treatment services. Combined federal and provincial funding of more than $500,000 under the comm .....
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Mar 13, 2009 - Regional Development Corporation
Federal and provincial governments invest in Petitcodiac infrastructure
Petitcodiac residents will benefit from joint federal and provincial investments to improve local wastewater treatment services. Combined federal and provincial funding of about $900,000 under the com .....
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Mar 13, 2009 - Regional Development Corporation
Federal-provincial investment made for Alma infrastructure
Alma residents will benefit from joint federal and provincial investments to improve the reliability of local water services. Combined federal and provincial funding of more than $176,000 was announce .....
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Mar 9, 2009 - Regional Development Corporation
Governments of Canada and New Brunswick invest in local infrastructure
Joint federal/provincial investments to enhance local water and wastewater services will improve the quality of life for residents of Grand Falls and Saint-André. Combined federal/provincial funding o .....
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Feb 27, 2009 - Office of the Premier
Governments invest in rural infrastructure
Federal, provincial and municipal governments have joined forces to help New Brunswick communities meet their infrastructure needs with a combined $57.3-million investment in 32 community infrastructu .....
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Feb 20, 2009 - Regional Development Corporation
Provincial support for Kedgwick facility
The provincial government is making a $150,000 investment toward the renovation and upgrading to Salle Fatima, a multi-functional facility in Kedgwick. From left: Donald Arseneault, minister of post-s .....
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Jan 23, 2009 - Regional Development Corporation
Infrastructure improvements in Saint-Quentin
A financial contribution of up to $850,000 will be made by the provincial government toward infrastructure improvements to accommodate major events in Saint-Quentin, including the annual Festival West .....
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Jan 19, 2009 - Regional Development Corporation
Province partners with Poley Mountain on upgrades
A contribution of $100,000 will be made toward a new triple chair lift at Poley Mountain, near Sussex. Premier Shawn Graham made the announcement on Saturday, Jan. 17. From left: Stephen Moffett, p .....
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Dec 15, 2008 - Regional Development Corporation
Governments support development of machine for forestry sector
Federal and provincial funding of almost $1.4 million for A. Landry Fabrication Ltée was announced today by Premier Shawn Graham and Keith Ashfield, minister of state for the Atlantic Canada Opportuni .....
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Dec 15, 2008 - Regional Development Corporation
Province supports social infrastructure in Saint John
Funding of $375,000 will be used to develop a pilot project to strengthen the social infrastructure in Saint John, Premier Shawn Graham announced today.
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Dec 8, 2008 - Regional Development Corporation
Investment in trail in Saint John
The provincial government is investing $20,000 to make improvements along a walking trail at Rockwood Park in Saint John. Energy Minister Jack Keir (right) made the announcement today, and he was join .....
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Nov 10, 2008 - Regional Development Corporation
Infrastructure improvements to be made in Belledune
An investment of $500,000 will be made to improve water and sewer infrastructure in Belledune. Environment Minister Roland Haché, minister responsible for the Regional Development Corporation as well .....
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Oct 17, 2008 - Regional Development Corporation
$60,000 investment in Lily Lake Pavilion
The provincial government is making a $60,000 investment to undertake improvements to the Lily Lake Pavilion in Saint John. Tourism and Parks Minister Stuart Jamieson made the announcement today.
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Oct 10, 2008 - Regional Development Corporation
Renovation, upgrading project announced
A major renovation and upgrading project will take place at the Bonar Law Historic Site in Rexton. Premier Shawn Graham made the announcement today. From left: Councillor Jean Graham; Premier Graham .....
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Oct 7, 2008 - Regional Development Corporation
$200,000 contributed to curling championship
The provincial government is contributing $200,000 toward the 2009 Ford World Men's Curling Championship to be hosted in Moncton, Health Minister Michael Murphy announced today. The funding, provided .....
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Oct 6, 2008 - Regional Development Corporation
Province invests in construction of cottages in Petit-Rocher
An investment of $74,685 will be made toward the construction of six cottages overlooking the Bay of Chaleur in Petit-Rocher. Environment Minister Roland Haché, who is also minister responsible for th .....
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Oct 6, 2008 - Regional Development Corporation
Province supports infrastructure improvements to Royals Field
An investment of $17,500 will be made toward infrastructure improvements for Royals Field in Fredericton. Education Minister Kelly Lamrock made the announcement today, on behalf of Finance Minister V .....
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Sep 26, 2008 - Regional Development Corporation
River Valley Track officially opened
The official opening of the new River Valley Track took place today in Grand Bay-Westfield. Energy Minister Jack Keir; Grace Losier, mayor of Grand Bay-Westfield; Joe Oliver, co-chair of the River Va .....
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Sep 26, 2008 - Regional Development Corporation
Province makes $300,000 investment in Moncton football complex
An investment of $300,000 will be made to help complete the Rocky Stone Field Football Complex in Moncton, Health Minister Michael Murphy announced today. From left: Moncton West MLA Joan MacAlpine- .....
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Sep 22, 2008 - Regional Development Corporation
Province invests in job creation at St. Ignace Wood Truss Ltd.
An investment of $300,000 will be made for productivity improvements and to create 26 jobs at St. Ignace Wood Truss Ltd. in Richibucto, Premier Shawn Graham announced today. From left: Graham; Angélin .....
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Sep 18, 2008 - Regional Development Corporation
$2.5-million investment made in Groupe Savoie
An investment of $2.5 million will be made to enhance productivity and increase competitiveness at Groupe Savoie's operations in Saint-Quentin and Kedgwick. Premier Shawn Graham made the announcement .....
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Sep 8, 2008 - Regional Development Corporation
Provincial investment in park in Saint John
An investment of $200,000 will be provided to construct the Flemming Court Park in Saint John, Energy Minister Jack Keir announced today.
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Sep 5, 2008 - Regional Development Corporation
Province invests in job creation in Shippagan
An investment of $471,250 will be made to increase production capacity and create 42 jobs at Jiffy Products (N.B.) Ltd. in Shippagan, Premier Shawn Graham has announced. From left: Shippagan Mayor Jon .....
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Sep 2, 2008 - Regional Development Corporation
Construction of St. George Community Centre officially under way
All three levels of government joined with local residents on Monday, Sept. 1, to mark the start of construction on the new St. George Community Centre. Rick Doucet, minister of fisheries and Charlott .....
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Aug 13, 2008 - Regional Development Corporation
Funding for community projects in Edmundston
A total of $763,000 will be invested in a series of community projects in the City of Edmundston. Finance Minister Victor Boudreau, who is also minister responsible for the Regional Development Corpo .....
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Aug 5, 2008 - Regional Development Corporation
Province makes additional investment in Tri-County Complex
The province is investing an additional $1-million towards construction of the Tri-County Complex, Premier Shawn Graham announced today.
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Jul 16, 2008 - Regional Development Corporation
Community projects receive government support
A total of $515,000 will be invested in two community-related projects in Bathurst. Finance Minister Victor Boudreau, who is also minister responsible for the Regional Development Corporation, made th .....
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Jul 15, 2008 - Regional Development Corporation
Construction begins on Grand Falls civic centre
Three levels of government joined local residents to celebrate the official start of construction for a new regional civic centre in Grand Falls.
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Jul 11, 2008 - Tourism and Parks
New stairs installed at Cape Enrage
The provincial government has officially opened a new flight of stairs at Cape Enrage, enabling visitors updated access to Fossil Beach. Finance Minister Victor Boudreau, who is also the minister re .....
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Jul 9, 2008 - Regional Development Corporation
$37,000 investment for global positioning system on Acadian Peninsula
An investment of $37,000 will help place residential and commercial addresses in the Acadian Peninsula on the global positioning system (GPS).
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Jul 9, 2008 - Regional Development Corporation
Construction of Shippagan regional pool underway
A sod-turning ceremony marking the beginning of construction of a new aquatic facility to serve as a recreational hub for Shippagan and northeastern New Brunswick took place today in Shippagan. Minist .....
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Jun 16, 2008 - Regional Development Corporation
Provincial government announces Northern New Brunswick Infrastructure Initiative details
The provincial government has released guidelines and criteria for the $100-million Northern New Brunswick Infrastructure Initiative. Roland Haché, minister of environment and minister responsible fo .....
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Jun 5, 2008 - Regional Development Corporation
Province supports job creation in Charlo
Increased production and an expanded operation at Design Built Mechanical Ltd. in Charlo will create 12 new jobs, Premier Shawn Graham announced today. From left: Natural Resources Minister Arseneau .....
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Jun 3, 2008 - Regional Development Corporation
$140,000 investment to be made in Maces Bay community project
A total of $140,000 will be invested in a community project in Maces Bay. From left: Elva Waycott, president, Fundy Bay Senior Citizens Club; and Energy Minister Jack Keir, who made the announcement.
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May 16, 2008 - Natural Resources
Maple syrup producers to get funding
Maple syrup producers in New Brunswick will receive $300,000 this year for their operations, Natural Resources Minister Donald Arseneault announced today.
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May 5, 2008 - Regional Development Corporation
Infrastructure enhancement for Magnetic Hill
The province will be investing $1.2 million towards enhancing the infrastructure development of Moncton's Magnetic Hill concert site, Finance Minister Victor Boudreau announced today. Hon. Victor Bou .....
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Apr 28, 2008 - Regional Development Corporation
Expansion for Bathurst company
Roger's Electric Motor Service will increase its production and create six jobs, thanks to financial support from the Government of New Brunswick's Restigouche-Chaleur Economic Development Fund, Finan .....
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Apr 28, 2008 - Regional Development Corporation
Province provides funding for two projects in Dalhousie-Restigouche East
Two strategic development projects in Dalhousie-Restigouche East will be receiving funding of $1.36 million. Finance Minister Victor Boudreau, who is also minister responsible for the Regional Develop .....
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Apr 22, 2008 - Regional Development Corporation
Construction on Moncton’s world-class stadium gets underway
The Government of Canada and the Province of New Brunswick joined the City of Moncton and the Université de Moncton today for a sod-turning ceremony to officially mark the start of construction on Mon .....
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Feb 22, 2008 - Regional Development Corporation
Federal, provincial support for new conference centre in downtown Fredericton
The Government of Canada and the Province of New Brunswick today announced that the construction of a new state of the art conference centre in downtown Fredericton would be considered a priority for .....
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Feb 1, 2008 - Regional Development Corporation
$1.5-million investment made in Expo-Kent exhibition centre
A $1.5-million project to build a new multi-purpose exhibition centre for the Kent County Agricultural Fair Association was announced today. From left: Gary Hudson, president, Kent County Agricultural .....
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Dec 17, 2007 - Regional Development Corporation
Improved public transit in Saint John
Residents of the City of Saint John will benefit from the construction of a new Transit Operations Centre made possible through federal funding of up to $8.1 million from the Public Transit Capital Tr .....
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Dec 10, 2007 - Regional Development Corporation
Funding provided for tourism development at Bonar Law Historic Site
Two initiatives for the Village of Rexton, including funding for the development of a local tourism concepts plan and activities, and the signing of a 10-year lease with the village to operate the Bon .....
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Dec 7, 2007 - Regional Development Corporation
Canada and New Brunswick sign $541.6-million infrastructure agreement
The governments of Canada and New Brunswick today announced the signing of the Canada-New Brunswick Framework Agreement worth $541.6 million under Building Canada, the Government of Canada's new long- .....
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Nov 19, 2007 - Regional Development Corporation
Upgrade of sporting facilities in Petit-Rocher
An investment of $170,000 will be made to help upgrade existing sports facilities in Petit-Rocher. From left: Eloi Doucet of School District 5; Environment Minister Roland Haché, Minister responsible .....
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Nov 19, 2007 - Regional Development Corporation
Funding for community projects in Nigadoo-Chaleur region
A total of $121,000 will be invested in a pair of community projects in the Nigadoo-Chaleur region. From left: Nigadoo Mayor Gilberte Boudreau; Environment Minister Roland Haché, Minister responsible .....
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Oct 29, 2007 - Regional Development Corporation
Funding for two community projects
Two community projects will receive funding totalling $19,000, Justice and Consumer Affairs Minister T.J. Burke announced today. From left: Donald Porter, principal, Royal Road School; Betty Myers, pr .....
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Oct 11, 2007 - Regional Development Corporation
Governments invest in new Maritime Motor Sports Hall of Fame
Federal and provincial officials joined representatives of the Village of Petitcodiac today to announce an investment of more than $1.1 million to establish the Maritime Motor Sports Hall of Fame, a y .....
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Oct 11, 2007 - Regional Development Corporation
Sod-turning ceremony for Apohaqui Community Centre
A sod-turning ceremony for the Apohaqui Community Centre took place recently. From left: Lindsay Stevens, landowner; Rob Moore, MP for Fundy Royal; Premier Shawn Graham, and Donnie Brown, president of .....
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Oct 10, 2007 - Regional Development Corporation
Investment in waterfront development project
The Province of New Brunswick is investing $300,000 toward the construction of a waterfront amphitheatre in Campbellton, Premier Shawn Graham announced today. From left: Roy Boudreau, MLA for Campbel .....
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Oct 10, 2007 - Regional Development Corporation
New storage facilities at Port of Belledune
The Province of New Brunswick is investing more than $2.44 million toward the construction of two new storage facilities at the Port of Belledune in Belledune, Premier Shawn Graham announced today. Fr .....
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Oct 9, 2007 - Regional Development Corporation
Official opening of cranberry processing facility in Richibucto-Village
Atlantic Mist Cranberries Inc., along with federal and provincial representatives, today celebrated the grand opening of its new $1.1 million processing facility, which received nearly $790,000 in fun .....
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Sep 19, 2007 - Environment
$1.6-million investment made in Blackville wastewater system improvements
Blackville residents will soon benefit from an extended municipal wastewater system, thanks to an investment of more than $1.6 million from the Canada-New Brunswick Municipal Rural Infrastructure Fund .....
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Sep 11, 2007 - Regional Development Corporation
Governments support Saint John as corridor for cruise sector
The Government of Canada and the Province of New Brunswick joined the City of Saint John today to announce an investment of more than $3.5 million for the Bay of Fundy Cruise Welcome Centre, a develop .....
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Aug 24, 2007 - Environment
Federal and provincial governments invest in new Apohaqui Community Centre
Residents of Apohaqui and its nearby communities will soon enjoy a new year-round community centre, thanks to an investment of close to $330,000 made through the Canada-New Brunswick Municipal Rural I .....
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Aug 22, 2007 - Regional Development Corporation
Metepenagiag Heritage Park officially opens
The official opening of the Metepenagiag Heritage Park took place today. From left: Chief Noah Augustine of Metepenagiag Mik'maq First Nation; Madeleine Augustine,president of Metepenagiag Heritage P .....
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Aug 22, 2007 - Regional Development Corporation
Miramichi Salmon Association laboratory and office complex opens
The Miramichi Salmon Association today officially opened the Centre of Excellence for Atlantic Salmon Studies, a project made possible with the help of the federal and provincial governments. From lef .....
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Aug 20, 2007 - Regional Development Corporation
Brundage River Point Centre opens
Representatives from the province of New Brunswick and the Atlantic Canada Opportunities Agency (ACOA) joined with officials from Grand Bay-Westfield and the Lower River Passage Network to officially .....
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Jul 9, 2007 - Environment
Governments work together to build Fundy Civic Centre
A new civic centre worth $4.6 million will be built thanks to a funding partnership between the federal and provincial governments and the Town of Sussex. From left: Dr. David Medders, chair of Fundy .....
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Jun 28, 2007 - Environment
Millidgeville water treatment plant gets $7.4-million makeover
Completion of upgrades at the Saint John-Millidgeville wastewater treatment plant was marked today by local residents and invited guests. The $7.4-million renovation was funded under the Canada-NewBru .....
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Jun 28, 2007 - Environment
Infrastructure investment of over $ 2.8 million for Tracadie-Sheila
The Town of Tracadie-Sheila will proceed with plans to improve its water treatment system, thanks to investments from the federal and provincial governments. From left: Transportation Minister Denis L .....
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Jun 23, 2007 - Regional Development Corporation
Two new soccer fields in Edmundston
An additional investment of $150,000 will be made by the Province of New Brunswick to construct two new soccer fields in Edmundston. From left: Benoit Belanger, president of Soccer Edmundston, Premier .....
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Jun 18, 2007 - Regional Development Corporation
Funding for two community projects in Grand Bay-Westfield
A total of $420,000 will be invested in a pair of community projects in Grand Bay-Westfield. The River Valley Track Association will receive $270,000 in funding towards the construction of a community .....
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May 31, 2007 - Regional Development Corporation
Expansion for Portage Atlantic Residential Treatment Centre
The Province of New Brunswick is investing $3.25 million to expand and upgrade the Portage Atlantic Residential Treatment Centre at Cassidy Lake.
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May 28, 2007 - Regional Development Corporation
Funding for Poley Mountain
Premier Shawn Graham recently announced funding of $100,000 to help Poley Mountain Resorts Ltd. implement its long-range development plan. Pictured, Premier Graham and Stephen Moffett, president of Po .....
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May 22, 2007 - Regional Development Corporation
Sod-turning ceremony in Moncton
A sod-turning ceremony recently took place for the Kay Community Centre in Moncton. From left: Shelley Kee, vice-president of the Kay Community Centre Foundation Inc., Denise Lang of the Atlantic Cana .....
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Apr 16, 2007 - Regional Development Corporation
New community police office in Saint John
An investment of $60,000 toward the construction of a new community police office in Saint John is being made by the Province of New Brunswick. Post-Secondary Education, Training and Labour Minister E .....
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Apr 14, 2007 - Regional Development Corporation
Governments invest in growth of maple syrup industry
The Government of Canada and the Province of New Brunswick will invest close to $1 million to increase the productivity and profitability of New Brunswick's maple syrup industry.
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Apr 4, 2007 - Regional Development Corporation
Three economic development projects for Bouctouche region
The Bouctouche region will see investments of $342,858 in three economic development projects, Premier Shawn Graham announced today. Funding for the projects will come from the Regional Development Co .....
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Mar 9, 2007 - Regional Development Corporation
New linguistic service centre to be established in Edmundston
A new linguistic service centre at the Centre international pour le développement de l'inforoute en français (CIDIF) in Edmundston is being established, thanks to an $860,000 contribution from the Gov .....
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Feb 19, 2007 - Office of the Premier
Investments and job creation in Acadian Peninsula, extension of fund
Investments totaling close to $5.5 million, including an additional $5-million to extend the Acadian Peninsula Economic Development Fund for the region, were announced today by Premier Shawn Graham.
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Feb 19, 2007 - Education
New Brunswick Youth Orchestra receives funding
The New Brunswick Youth Orchestra (NBYO), made up of more than 70 musicians between the ages of 12 and 22, has received $60,000 from the Province of New Brunswick for cultural relationship-building wi .....
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Jan 24, 2007 - Regional Development Corporation
Funding for Metal Innovation and Technology Transfer Centre at CCNB Bathurst
The Collège communautaire du Nouveau-Brunswick (CCNB) Bathurst joined today with federal and provincial governments to unveil plans for the Metal Innovation and Technology Transfer Centre (MITTC). The .....
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Jan 24, 2007 - Regional Development Corporation
$30,000 investment towards improvements to the Recreaplex fitness centre in Dalhousie
An investment of $30,000 will be made towards improvements to the fitness centre at the Recreaplex in Dalhousie. From left: Ronnie Cameron, Linda Lavoie, and Natural Resources Minister Donald Arseneau .....
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Jan 15, 2007 - Regional Development Corporation
Over $4.8 M to improve public transit in Saint John
The City of Saint John has received over $4.8 million to improve its public transit. The announcement was made today by Supply and Services Minister Roly MacIntyre, Minister responsible for the Region .....
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Jan 12, 2007 - Regional Development Corporation
Infrastructure Program funds Belleisle Valley Community Centre
Belleisle Creek will receive an infrastructure investment of $739,388 to construct a community centre for the area. Details were announced today by Veterans Affairs Minister Greg Thompson, regional mi .....
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Dec 22, 2006 - Regional Development Corporation
Funding presented to Winterfest NB
There will be snow for Fredericton’s Winterfest NB this year, thanks to a $50,000 contribution from the province to purchase snow-making equipment. Justice and Consumer Affairs Minister T.J. Burke pr .....
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Dec 7, 2006 - Regional Development Corporation
$29,000 investment for winter operation of visitor information centre in Campbellton
An investment of $29,000 under the Regional Development Corporation will be used toward the winter operation of the visitor information centre in Campbellton. Natural Resources Minister Donald Arsenea .....
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Nov 20, 2006 - Regional Development Corporation
Two investments for Miramichi region
The Province of New Brunswick is investing $235,000 in two projects in Miramichi under the Regional Development Corporation's Miramichi Regional Economic Development Fund. From left: Rick Brewer, MLA, .....
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Nov 7, 2006 - Regional Development Corporation
Waterfront development project for Bathurst
The Province of New Brunswick is investing $100,000 toward a waterfront development project in Bathurst. The investment will be made through the Regional Development Corporation. Hugh Comeau, Bathurst .....
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Oct 3, 2006 - Supply and Services
New Minister
Roly MacIntyre signs the register to become Minister of Supply and Services and Minister responsible for the Regional Development Corporation, in the presence of Lt.-Gov. Herménégilde Chiasson, Premie .....
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Aug 14, 2006 - Regional Development Corporation
Car-pool pilot project to be established
An investment of $75,000 toward the establishment of a joint car-pooling project with the New Brunswick Federation of Labour (NBFL) is being made by the Province of New Brunswick.
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Aug 11, 2006 - Regional Development Corporation
Province invests $125,000 to restore Lily Lake Pavilion
An additional $125,000 is being invested by the Province of New Brunswick toward restoration of the Lily Lake Pavilion in Saint John. The investment, which will be made through the Regional Developme .....
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Aug 8, 2006 - Regional Development Corporation
Two projects in Saint-Louis-de-Kent receive funding of $254,000
Two projects in Saint-Louis-de-Kent will receive $254,000 in funding under the Miramichi Regional Economic Development Fund (MREDF), Premier Bernard Lord announced today. Two projects in Saint-Louis-d .....
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Aug 8, 2006 - Regional Development Corporation
Launch of la Sagouine monologues on DVD
The DVD version of monologues which bring to life the character of la Sagouine, an Acadian cleaning lady portrayed by actress Viola Léger, was officially launched today by Premier Bernard Lord at le P .....
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Aug 2, 2006 - Regional Development Corporation
Province invests in Saint John Skateboard Park
The Province of New Brunswick is investing $180,000 toward construction of the Saint John Skateboard Park. The investment, which will be made through the Regional Development Corporation, was announc .....
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Jul 18, 2006 - Regional Development Corporation
Investment in technology in Miramichi region
Investment of $138,350 in a pair of projects under the Miramichi Regional Economic Development Fund (MREDF) was announced today by Premier Bernard Lord.
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Jul 18, 2006 - Regional Development Corporation
$500,000 investment made for riverfront cottage cluster in Tabusintac
An investment of $500,000 in the creation of a riverfront cottage cluster in Tabusintac will be made by the Government of New Brunswick. Premier Bernard Lord made the announcement today.
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Jun 28, 2006 - Regional Development Corporation
Cheque presentation
Premier Bernard Lord recently presented a cheque for $15,000 to the Halls Creek Park committee in Moncton. Funding is being provided through the Regional Development Corporation to make improvements .....
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Jun 28, 2006 - Regional Development Corporation
Investments made in job-creation project and strategic infrastructure
Investments in a strategic-infrastructure project and a job-creation project under the Acadian Peninsula Economic Development Fund were announced recently by Premier Bernard Lord.
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Jun 26, 2006 - Regional Development Corporation
Investment of $50,000 for scout hall in Cap-Pelé
An investment of $50,000 will be made towards the construction of a scout hall in Cap-Pelé, Premier Bernard Lord announced today. Pictured: Lord with scouts from Cap-Pelé.
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May 19, 2006 - Regional Development Corporation
Miramichi Regional Economic Development Fund to extend boundaries
The boundaries of the $25-million Miramichi Regional Economic Development Fund (MREDF) are being extended to include the entire riding of Rogersville-Kouchibouguac, Finance Minister Jeannot Volpé, who .....
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May 17, 2006 - Regional Development Corporation
Funding announced for Saint-Jacques scout and guide hall
An investment of $45,000 will be made towards the renovation and construction of a scout and guide hall in Saint-Jacques. Premier Bernard Lord made the announcement Tuesday, May 16.
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May 17, 2006 - Regional Development Corporation
$1.5 million for tourism infrastructure
The New Brunswick government is investing $1.5 million toward the development of a mosaiculture garden at the New Brunswick Botanical Garden in Edmundston. Premier Bernard Lord made the announcement T .....
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May 17, 2006 - Regional Development Corporation
Province invests in processing firm
An investment of $135,000 will permit La Maison Beausoleil, an oyster-processing and marketing company, to increase its competitiveness on the international market. Premier Bernard Lord made the annou .....
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May 17, 2006 - Regional Development Corporation
$60,000 investment for restoration of McAdam Railway Station
An investment of $60,000 will be used to assist in the restoration of the McAdam Railway Station provincial and national historic site, Premier Bernard Lord announced Tuesday, May 16.
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May 9, 2006 - Tourism and Parks
Funding announced for Bay of Fundy Cruise Partnership
The Province of New Brunswick is investing $110,000 in the Bay of Fundy Cruise Partnership's Project 200 program. Saint John-Kings MLA Margaret-Ann Blaney made the announcement recently on behalf of .....
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Apr 1, 2006 - Office of the Premier
Federal and provincial governments invest $7.8 million in Fundy Trail
The Fundy Trail has received a total of $7.8 million from the federal and provincial governments towards Phase II of the trail project. The funding consists of $5.5 million from the Atlantic Canada Op .....
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Feb 28, 2006 - Regional Development Corporation
Province provides additional funding for Moncton's Kay Community Centre
The Province of New Brunswick is contributing an additional $800,000 towards Moncton's Kay Community Centre project, Premier Bernard Lord announced recently.
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Feb 27, 2006 - Regional Development Corporation
Premier Lord presents cheque to Saint John High School Parent School Support Committee.
The Saint John High School Parent School Support Committee (PSSC) recently received a cheque for $50,000 from Premier Bernard Lord, on behalf of the Regional Development Corporation, to help install a .....
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Nov 19, 2005 - Environment
Fredericton airport receives funds for new pavilion
A new, 720-square-metre (8,000-square-foot) pavilion will enable the Greater Fredericton Airport to better serve large-volume flights, such as military operations and charter tours.
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Nov 19, 2005 - Environment
Fredericton airport receives funds for new pavilion
A new, 720-square-metre (8,000-square-foot) pavilion will enable the Greater Fredericton Airport to better serve large-volume flights, such as military operations and charter tours.
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Nov 19, 2005 - Environment
Kay Community Centre coming to Moncton
The City of Moncton will expand and convert Kenmore Drive's Kay arena into a new recreation facility, thanks to a $3.3-million project funded under the Canada-New Brunswick Municipal Rural Infrastruct .....
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Oct 17, 2005 - Regional Development Corporation
Water upgrade coming to Rivière-Verte
The Village of Rivière-Verte will make improvements to its water system, thanks to a $2,135,809 project funded under the Canada - New Brunswick Municipal Rural Infrastructure Fund.
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Oct 17, 2005 - Regional Development Corporation
Saint-Léonard to develop the Carrefour économique de la vallée
A new business district is being developed next to the Trans-Canada Highway to help stimulate economic development in the region, thanks to a partnership between the Town of Saint-Léonard, the Governm .....
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Aug 31, 2005 - Regional Development Corporation
Heritage and tourism park to be built in Metepenagiag
Metepenagiag Heritage Park, a world-class cultural tourism facility, will be constructed in Metepenagiag, thanks to a partnership between the Metepenagiag Mi'kmaq Nation, the Province of New Brunswick .....
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Aug 31, 2005 - Environment
Saint-Antoine to improve water system through infrastructure fund
The Village of Saint-Antoine will make improvements to its water system thanks to a $2,184,810 project funded under the Canada-New Brunswick Municipal Rural Infrastructure Fund (CNBMRIF).
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Aug 30, 2005 - Environment
Minto wastewater system receives funding for upgrade
The Village of Minto will receive $2,634,494 under the Canada-New Brunswick Municipal Rural Infrastructure Fund for the upgrade of the municipality's wastewater infrastructure.
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Aug 26, 2005 - Regional Development Corporation
$250,000 investment in Madawaska tourism development
The New Brunswick government will contribute $250,000 toward the implementation of the regional tourism development strategy of the Edmundston-Madawaska Tourism Office (EMTO).
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Aug 26, 2005 - Regional Development Corporation
Province invests $480,000 in multi-purpose centre in Clair
The Province of New Brunswick is investing $480,000 toward the construction of a multi-purpose centre in Clair, Premier Bernard Lord announced today.
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Aug 24, 2005 - Regional Development Corporation
Funding for novel vaccine development at Beauséjour Medical Research Institute
The Province of New Brunswick is contributing $165,000 to the Beausejour Medical Research Institute (BMRI) for developmental work regarding a new approach to vaccine development, Premier Bernard Lord .....
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Aug 23, 2005 - Regional Development Corporation
Province contributing funds to Saint John waterfront development project
The Province of New Brunswick will invest $1,000,000 toward the Saint John waterfront development project, Premier Bernard Lord announced today.
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Aug 2, 2005 - Regional Development Corporation
Official opening of Tabusintac marina
Community residents, invited guests and visitors were joined today by Premier Bernard Lord in celebrating the completion of the Tabusintac marina project.
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Aug 2, 2005 - Regional Development Corporation
Bathurst residents receive major water and wastewater improvements
Upwards of 450 households in Bathurst will receive water and wastewater improvements, thanks to an investment of $4 million through the first-announced project under the Canada-New Brunswick Municipal .....
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Jul 22, 2005 - Regional Development Corporation
Expansion and new jobs for Sun Gro Horticulture Canada
An investment of $105,000 will permit Sun Gro Horticulture Canada to expand its operations and create 14 new jobs in Lamèque.
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Jun 20, 2005 - Regional Development Corporation
Infrastructure investment for Weldfield-Collette region
An investment of $85,587 for strategic infrastructure will permit the creation of 15 new jobs at a new peat moss operation in the Weldfield-Collette region, Premier Bernard Lord announced today.
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Jun 20, 2005 - Tourism and Parks
Project to preserve and broadcast La Sagouine monologues
The New Brunswick government will invest $200,000 to reproduce some of the La Sagouine monologues, broadcast them on Radio-Canada, and use them to promote Le Pays de la Sagouine, Premier Bernard Lord .....
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Jun 14, 2005 - Education
Government provides $1.1 million for high school sports field complex
A $1.1 million investment is being made by the Government of New Brunswick toward a new sports field complex in Saint John, Premier Bernard Lord announced today.
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Feb 28, 2005 - Regional Development Corporation
Funding for new youth resource centre
The Province of New Brunswick is investing $310,000 toward the establishment of Youth QUEST Central, a new youth resource centre to serve at-risk youth in the Greater Moncton region.
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Apr 29, 2004 - Office of the Premier
Funding for Saint John Tall Ships 2004 (04/04/29)
The Province of New Brunswick is contributing $50,000 toward Saint John Tall Ships 2004, Premier Bernard Lord announced today.
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