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Jul 6, 2010 - Supply and Services
Gates open at Eel River dam
The gates of the Eel River dam opened permanently today as Stage 2 of the dam removal project moved forward.
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Jun 25, 2010 - Supply and Services
Construction underway for NBCC Allied Health Building
Construction is underway at the New Brunswick Community College (NBCC) Saint John Allied Health Building, located at the University of New Brunswick Saint John (UNBSJ). Supply and Services Minister Ed .....
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Jun 18, 2010 - Supply and Services
Soldiers Barracks to be part of New Brunswick College of Craft and Design
Renovations to the Soldiers Barracks in Fredericton are underway as the building is being prepared to become part of the New Brunswick College of Craft and Design. From left: Environment Minister Rick .....
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Jun 4, 2010 - Supply and Services
Fish monitoring on the Petitcodiac River
Premier Shawn Graham and Natural Resources Minister Wally Stiles visited a fish trap in the Petitcodiac River in Salisbury. The trap is being used to track fish species in the river since the causeway .....
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May 17, 2010 - Supply and Services
Provincial archives unveil Irish portal
An interactive website highlighting New Brunswick's Irish history was unveiled Monday, May 17, at the Provincial Archives of New Brunswick.
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May 13, 2010 - Supply and Services
Investments in Bayside Middle School
Supply and Services Minister Ed Doherty and Saint John East MLA Roly MacIntyre toured the new gym and cafeteria at Bayside Middle School in Saint John. The new facilities are part of the $5.5 million .....
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May 4, 2010 - Transportation
Further contracts awarded for highway maintenance facility
The provincial government has awarded about $4.7 million in contracts for phases 2 and 3 of a new Department of Transportation maintenance facility in St. Stephen.
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Apr 14, 2010 - Supply and Services
Petitcodiac Causeway gates officially open
The Petitcodiac Causeway gates officially opened in Moncton, as the Department of Supply and Services began Phase 2 of the Petitcodiac Causeway River Project.
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Apr 4, 2010 - Supply and Services
New provincial green building policy
The provincial government has introduced a new Green Building Policy intended to reduce significantly the energy use and greenhouse gas emissions of government buildings.
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Mar 30, 2010 - Supply and Services
Construction of Saint John Law Courts underway
Phase 1 of construction of the $50-million Saint John Law Courts has begun following the awarding of a tender for structural foundations and steelwork, Premier Shawn Graham announced.
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Mar 26, 2010 - Health
Work to begin soon on new psychiatric hospital
The first tender associated with the construction of a new psychiatric hospital to replace the aging Restigouche Hospital Centre has been issued. Work is expected to begin later this spring.
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Feb 11, 2010 - Supply and Services
Winners of translation contest
Three high school students and a teacher were the recipients of the first annual provincewide translation competition established by Traduction NB Translation Inc.
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Dec 14, 2009 - Supply and Services
Province donates Millidgeville property to establish new nature preserve
The provincial government has donated a 27-hectare property in the Ragged Point/Boars Head area on the shore of the lower St. John River to the Nature Trust of New Brunswick.
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Dec 10, 2009 - Efficiency NB
New government buildings recognized for energy efficiency
Three government buildings have been recognized as some of New Brunswick's most energy efficient new commercial buildings as part of Efficiency NB's Start Smart program. Plaques for each building were .....
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Dec 4, 2009 - Supply and Services
Provincial Archives website launches historical legislative assembly proceedings
A large addition of historical legislative assembly proceedings has been launched on the Provincial Archives website.
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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 16, 2009 - Supply and Services
Contract awarded for foundation work at the new Dalhousie Correctional Centre
The foundation for the new Dalhousie Correctional Centre will be poured in the coming weeks now that a construction contract for $1.1 million has been awarded to Pomerleau Inc.
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Nov 13, 2009 - Supply and Services
Province awards first construction contract for new school in eastern Restigouche County
The first contract for construction of a new school in eastern Restigouche County has been awarded, and work is underway. The $455,000 contract has been awarded to Design Built Mechanical Inc. of Cha .....
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Nov 2, 2009 - Supply and Services
Construction underway on new school in Moncton
A sod-turning was held today to mark the official start of construction of a new K-8 school in Moncton. The school is expected to be complete for the second term of the 2010-11 academic year.
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Oct 23, 2009 - Supply and Services
$1.3 million in tenders awarded for new Dalhousie and Southeast correctional centres
The provincial government has awarded contracts for site preparation associated with the construction of the new Dalhousie and Southeast correctional centres. The departments of Supply and Services an .....
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Oct 19, 2009 - Supply and Services
Update on the Petitcodiac Causeway Project
Work is underway in preparation for the opening of the Petitcodiac River next spring. Premier Shawn Graham and Supply and Services Minister Ed Doherty provided an update on the progress of the Petitco .....
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Oct 16, 2009 - Supply and Services
Premier tours site of school construction in New Bandon
Construction is underway at Central New Brunswick Academy, a new school scheduled to open for the 2010-11 academic year.
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Oct 16, 2009 - Supply and Services
Premier tours site of school construction in New Bandon
Construction is underway at Central New Brunswick Academy, a new school scheduled to open for the 2010-11 academic year. Premier Shawn Graham and Human Resources Minister Rick Brewer visited the site .....
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Sep 28, 2009 - Supply and Services
Province unveils designs for a new school in eastern Restigouche County
The provincial government unveiled today the building design for what will be one of New Brunswick's first schools taking advantage of an innovative technology initiative. Education Minister Roland .....
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Sep 24, 2009 - Supply and Services
Province reaches agreement for development of new schools in Rexton and Moncton
An agreement between the province and a private-sector proponent to design, build, operate and maintain new schools in Rexton and Moncton North has been finalized. Premier Shawn Graham made the announ .....
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Sep 22, 2009 - Post-Secondary Education, Training and Labour
NBCC - Moncton campus designs unveiled
The provincial government unveiled today the architectural designs for the new wing of the New Brunswick Community College (NBCC), Moncton campus. Post-Secondary Education, Training and Labour Minist .....
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Sep 21, 2009 - Supply and Services
$19-million tender awarded for expansion at Saint John Regional Hospital
- The provincial government has awarded a $19-million contract to expand the emergency department at Saint John Regional Hospital. From left: Bill Knorr, of Steen Knorr Architecture Inc.; Health Minis .....
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Jun 15, 2009 - Supply and Services
Ribbon-cutting ceremony opens new $2.7-million gymnasium at Bayside Middle School
Students participated in a ribbon-cutting ceremony to mark the official opening of a new gymnasium at Bayside Middle School in Saint John.
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May 8, 2009 - Supply and Services
Government contributes $25,000 to promote translation industry
The provincial government has invested in the promotion of New Brunswick's translation industry through a $25,000 contribution to Traduction NB Translation Inc. (NB Translation). Ed Doherty, minister .....
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May 4, 2009 - Office of the Premier
Premier tours site of new conference centre in Fredericton
Premier Shawn Graham visited the construction site of the conference centre being built in downtown Fredericton. The provincial government is a financial partner in the project, being led by ADI Inter .....
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Apr 20, 2009 - Supply and Services
Archives expands online information with funeral home records
More than 70 years of funeral home records are now available online at the Provincial Archives of New Brunswick website. The records of Brenan's Funeral Home of Saint John have been preserved and tran .....
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Apr 9, 2009 - Supply and Services
Province announces plans to build $40-million correctional centre
The provincial government has announced plans to construct a new, $40-million correctional centre to serve the southeastern part of the province. Supply and Services Minister Ed Doherty and Public Saf .....
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Jan 26, 2009 - Health
Dr. Georges-L. Dumont Regional Hospital to undergo $73-million expansion
Space shortages at the Dr. Georges-L. Dumont Regional Hospital in Moncton will be addressed with a $73-million, two-storey addition and a new power plant, Health Minister Michael Murphy announced toda .....
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Jan 20, 2009 - Supply and Services
Province announces Moncton courthouse details
An agreement between the province and a private-sector proponent to construct, operate and maintain the Moncton law courts facility has been finalized. Premier Shawn Graham made the announcement today .....
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Oct 30, 2008 - Supply and Services
Construction begins on new Miramichi school
A sod-turning ceremony was held today to begin the construction of a new, $14-million school in New Bandon between Boiestown and Doaktown. The ceremony was attended by Education Minister Kelly Lamroc .....
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Oct 6, 2008 - Supply and Services
Sod-turning held for new office in Richibucto
A sod-turning was held today to launch the construction of a $2.5-million district office for the Department of Natural Resources in Richibucto. The building incorporates several features making it en .....
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Sep 10, 2008 - Supply and Services
Provinces agree to explore Maritime-wide radio communications system
The three Maritime provinces have agreed to explore the development of a mobile radio communications system serving New Brunswick, Nova Scotia and Prince Edward Island.
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Jul 7, 2008 - Supply and Services
Province invests $20 million for Phase 1 of Petitcodiac River restoration
Work to restore the Petitcodiac River will begin with $20 million in funding from the province over the next two years, Premier Shawn Graham announced today.
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Jun 2, 2008 - Supply and Services
Renovations underway at École Clement-Cormier
A $2.65-million facelift will be given to École Clement-Cormier in Bouctouche. Premier Shawn Graham announced today during a sod-turning ceremony that the contract to carry out interior and exterior r .....
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May 26, 2008 - Supply and Services
Sod-turning ceremony for new fish-health laboratory in St. George
Construction of a new $2.36-million provincial fish-health laboratory began with an official sod-turning ceremony in St. George. Fisheries Minister Rick Doucet; Larry Hammell, Atlantic Veterinary Coll .....
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May 5, 2008 - Supply and Services
Contract awarded for Bayside Middle School expansion
A $2.7-million contract has been awarded to begin a major expansion at Bayside Middle School. Supply and Services Minister Jack Keir and Saint John East MLA Roly MacIntyre made the announcement durin .....
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Dec 21, 2007 - Supply and Services
Province will lease new office tower from City of Fredericton
Premier Shawn Graham announced today that the Province will enter into a lease agreement with the City of Fredericton for about 13,500 square metres (150,000 square feet) of space in a new office towe .....
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Dec 18, 2007 - Supply and Services
Architectural drawings unveiled for expansion and renovations at Bayside Middle School
Architectural drawings were unveiled today for a major expansion and renovation project at Bayside Middle School in School District 8 in Saint John.
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Dec 18, 2007 - Supply and Services
Saint John courthouse project will be public-private partnership
Architectural drawings were unveiled today for a new $47 million Saint John courthouse which will be built through a public-private partnership.
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Nov 2, 2007 - Health
New $85-million hospital technologically advanced, environmentally friendly
Health Minister Michael Murphy and Supply and Services Minister Roly MacIntyre today officially took part in a ribbon cutting for the new, $85-million Upper River Valley Hospital in Waterville. The ho .....
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Oct 18, 2007 - Supply and Services
Tender awarded for new middle school on Kimble Drive in Fredericton
A $9.8 million contract for construction of a new middle school on Kimble Drive in Fredericton has been awarded, Supply and Services Minister Roly MacIntyre announced today. Pictured: the architect's .....
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Aug 7, 2007 - Supply and Services
Option selected for restoration of Petitcodiac River
Supply and Services Minister Roly MacIntyre announced today a preferred option to replace the Petitcodiac River Causeway with a 280-metre-long bridge at an estimated cost of $68 million.
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Jun 6, 2007 - Supply and Services
Former Central Carleton Elementary School sold to Day & Ross
The former Central Carleton Elementary School in Somerville near Hartland will soon be converted to new office space for a New Brunswick transportation company. Supply and Services Minister Roly MacIn .....
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Jun 4, 2007 - Supply and Services
Land purchased for new Upper Miramichi School
A total of 28 acres of land has been purchased in New Bandon for the construction of a new school to serve the Boiestown and Doaktown area, Supply and Services Minister Roly MacIntyre announced today.
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May 25, 2007 - Supply and Services
Province sells former Kingsclear adult reformatory
A new owner has been found for the former Kingsclear adult reformatory in Fredericton, Supply and Services Minister Roly MacIntyre announced today. Located along Route 102 in Island View, the former K .....
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Feb 7, 2007 - Supply and Services
Florenceville DNR office earns 'gold' for green building performance
The new $1.3 million Natural Resources district ranger office in Florenceville recently earned 'gold certification' for green building performance from the Canada Green Building Council. Left to righ .....
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Nov 16, 2006 - Education
New $8.5-million Terry Fox Elementary School officially opened
The official opening for the new $8.5-million Terry Fox Elementary School in Bathurst was held on Wednesday, Nov. 15. Education Minister Kelly Lamrock and Betty and Rolly Fox joined students, teacher .....
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Nov 16, 2006 - Supply and Services
Renovations to Provincial Archives improves service for public
The Provincial Archives of New Brunswick has undergone renovations to provide more space and improved services to the public. In-person visits to the Archives now total about 10,000 per year.
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Nov 7, 2006 - Supply and Services
Provincial Archives serves as educational resource for public schools
The Provincial Archives and the Department of Education have joined forces to share New Brunswick history with teachers and students online in the classroom. Education Minister Kelly Lamrock; Grade 4 .....
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Oct 13, 2006 - Supply and Services
New genealogical research material now available through Provincial Archives
One of the most impressive and comprehensive genealogical research databases in New Brunswick is now available online through the Provincial Archives' website.
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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 11, 2006 - Education
Expansion work begins on the Centre scolaire-communautaire Samuel-de-Champlain
The start of expansion work on the Centre scolaire-communautaire Samuel-de-Champlain was highlighted today during a ceremony attended by dignitaries and representatives from the federal and provincial .....
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Aug 10, 2006 - Supply and Services
Public views architectural drawings for new Albert Street Middle School
Architectural drawings for the new $13-million Albert Street Middle School were put on display today during an open house at the school in Fredericton. The open house was attended by Premier Bernard L .....
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Aug 8, 2006 - Supply and Services
Contract awarded for Phase 2 of The Moncton Hospital's ambulatory-care project
A $29-million contract has been awarded to a New Brunswick firm to begin Phase 2 of The Moncton Hospital's new ambulatory-care project. The announcement was made today by Premier Bernard Lord; Donald .....
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Jul 13, 2006 - Supply and Services
Carleton North Senior High School receives $227,775 for gym renovations
A contract for $227,775 for renovations to the Carleton North Senior High School gymnasium in Bristol has been awarded. Premier Bernard Lord, Education Minister Claude Williams, and Human Resources Mi .....
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Jul 7, 2006 - Supply and Services
Sod-turning ceremony at St. Stephen Elementary School
A sod-turning ceremony to celebrate the beginning of an expansion and renovations at St. Stephen Elementary School took place today in St. Stephen. Premier Bernard Lord, Supply and Services Minister B .....
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May 11, 2006 - Supply and Services
Provincial government supports City of Fredericton development project
The provincial government will support the City of Fredericton in its plans for a major new downtown-development project between Queen and King streets, Premier Bernard Lord announced today. The prov .....
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Apr 24, 2006 - Education
New school to be called École Carrefour de l'Acadie
The new $5-million school being constructed in Dieppe will be called École Carrefour de l'Acadie. The announcement was made today by Premier Bernard Lord at a ceremony to mark the beginning of the wor .....
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Feb 27, 2006 - Supply and Services
Windmill to be installed at new district ranger office in Florenceville
Artist’s rendering of the new district ranger office in Florenceville, and the first public building in the province to utilize wind energy. The new building is scheduled for completion in April 2006. .....
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Feb 24, 2006 - Supply and Services
Historic Shaughnessy House replica nearing completion at Fort Tipperary
Shaughnessy House at Fort Tipperary in Saint Andrews has risen from the ashes.
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Feb 22, 2006 - Supply and Services
$3.6-million contract awarded for construction of new Havelock school
A $3.6-million contract for the construction of a new elementary school in Havelock has been awarded to Simpson Building Contractors Ltd. of Fredericton.
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Nov 22, 2005 - Supply and Services
New $750,000 intern residence to complement Upper River Valley Hospital
The Government of New Brunswick announced today that a new $750,000 intern residence will be built on the grounds of the Upper River Valley Hospital in Waterville.
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Nov 22, 2005 - Health
Official opening held for satellite dialysis unit in Bath
The official opening of the new satellite dialysis unit in the Northern Carleton Hospital in Bath took place today, only a week after serving its first patients.
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Nov 10, 2005 - Supply and Services
Province purchases land for new courthouse
The province has announced it will purchase 0.56 hectares (1.4 acres) of land from the YM-YWCA to build a new state-of-the-art courthouse in Saint John.
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Oct 14, 2005 - Supply and Services
Sod-turning held for new district ranger office in Florenceville
The Government of New Brunswick hosted a sod-turning ceremony today to launch construction of a new $1.3 million district ranger office for the Department of Natural Resources in Florenceville.
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Oct 14, 2005 - Natural Resources
Official opening of new 'green' district ranger office in Bathurst
The official opening of the Department of Natural Resources (DNR) district ranger office in Bathurst was held today.
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Oct 14, 2005 - Supply and Services
Sod-turning held for new district ranger office in Florenceville
The Government of New Brunswick hosted a sod-turning ceremony today to launch construction of a new $1.3 million district ranger office for the Department of Natural Resources in Florenceville.
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Sep 20, 2005 - Supply and Services
Keswick Ridge School celebrates $208,100 in building renovations
From left to right: District 18 Supt. Alex Dingwall, Mactaquac MLA Kirk MacDonald, Premier Bernard Lord, Education Minister Madeleine Dubé and principal Barbara Corbett were joined by children at Kesw .....
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Aug 24, 2005 - Supply and Services
Sod-turning for new Havelock school
A sod-turning ceremony took place today for a new $3 million elementary school to be built in the community of Havelock.
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Aug 17, 2005 - Agriculture and Aquaculture
Potato Harvest Labour Recruitment Hotline will continue to address worker shortage
The Province of New Brunswick and Potatoes New Brunswick will team up again this year to establish a Potato Harvest Labour Recruitment Hotline for Carleton, Victoria and Madawaska counties.
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Aug 8, 2005 - Natural Resources
Request for proposals for maple sugary lease on Crown land
The Province is now accepting requests for proposals (RFPs) to allocate Crown land for maple sugary leases.
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Aug 4, 2005 - Supply and Services
Contract awarded for Phase 1 of Moncton hospital expansion
The Government of New Brunswick has awarded an $11.9-million contract for Phase 1 of a major expansion of the Moncton Hospital.
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Jun 29, 2005 - Supply and Services
Tender awarded for rebuilding of Fort Tipperary property
Algonquin Properties Limited has awarded a $1.1 million tender for the reconstruction of the former Shaughnessy House at historic Fort Tipperary in St. Andrews, which was destroyed by fire one year ag .....
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Jun 20, 2005 - Supply and Services
Premier announces plan to build new courthouse for Greater Moncton
A new, $28 million state-of-the-art courthouse will be built in downtown Moncton, Premier Bernard Lord announced today.
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May 27, 2005 - Supply and Services
Provincial Archives draws thousands to its doors, millions to its website
Are you interested in early studies on tidal power, the 100th anniversary of New Brunswick's famous Chestnut Canoe or tracing your long lost ancestors? Stories like these from the pages of New Brunswi .....
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May 18, 2005 - Supply and Services
Artist's rendering unveiled for new Hartland Community School
The Government of New Brunswick unveiled today the artist's rendering for the new $12-million Hartland Community School.
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Apr 13, 2005 - Supply and Services
Province prepares for rebuilding of Fort Tipperary property in St. Andrews
Algonquin Properties Limited is preparing for the rebuilding of the former Shaughnessy House at historic Fort Tipperary in St. Andrews, which was destroyed by fire one year ago.
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Apr 1, 2005 - Supply and Services
New owner will preserve historic integrity of former Miramichi courthouse
A new owner has been found to take over the care of the 90-year-old Northumberland County Courthouse in Miramichi, Supply and Services Minister Dale Graham announced today.
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Feb 24, 2005 - Supply and Services
Expenditure break for City of Saint John
The Province has waived a funding agreement between the City of Saint John and the Department of Supply and Services for the New Brunswick Museum space in Market Square, saving the city an estimated $ .....
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Feb 21, 2005 - Supply and Services
Artist's rendering unveiled for new Upper River Valley Hospital
The Government of New Brunswick today unveiled the artist's rendering for the new state-of-the-art Upper River Valley Hospital. Construction of the new hospital is one of the commitments in the provin .....
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Nov 16, 2004 - Supply and Services
SOD-TURNING CEREMONY
An official sod-turning ceremony took place today to launch the construction of the new Upper River Valley hospital in Waterville, Carleton County.
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Sep 26, 2003 - Supply and Services
Official opening of Provincial Archives Complex (03/09/26)
Premier Bernard Lord today dedicated the recently-expanded Provincial Archives facilities to the memory of former Premier Richard Bennett Hatfield.
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Sep 26, 2003 - Supply and Services
Official opening of Provincial Archives Complex (03/09/26)
Premier Bernard Lord today dedicated the recently-expanded Provincial Archives facilities to the memory of former Premier Richard Bennett Hatfield.
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Sep 26, 2003 - Supply and Services
Official opening of Provincial Archives Complex (03/09/26)
Premier Bernard Lord today dedicated the recently-expanded Provincial Archives facilities to the memory of former Premier Richard Bennett Hatfield.
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Sep 26, 2003 - Supply and Services
Official opening of Provincial Archives Complex (03/09/26)
Premier Bernard Lord today dedicated the recently-expanded Provincial Archives facilities to the memory of former Premier Richard Bennett Hatfield.
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Sep 26, 2003 - Supply and Services
Official opening of Provincial Archives Complex (03/09/26)
Premier Bernard Lord today dedicated the recently-expanded Provincial Archives facilities to the memory of former Premier Richard Bennett Hatfield.
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Sep 26, 2003 - Supply and Services
Official opening of Provincial Archives Complex (03/09/26)
Premier Bernard Lord today dedicated the recently-expanded Provincial Archives facilities to the memory of former Premier Richard Bennett Hatfield.
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