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Text   N.B. communities to get more than $146 million for infrastructure
textNovember 24, 2005 - Fredericton
The governments of New Brunswick and Canada have reached an agreement that will see more than $116 million in federal gas-tax revenues, as well an additional $30 million from the province, invested in New Brunswick communities over five years for environmentally sustainable municipal infrastructure.  Seated: New Brunswick Minister-designate of Environment and Local Government, Trevor Holder (right) and federal Minister of State (Infrastructure and Communities) John Godfrey.
Standing: (from left) Karen Titus, president of the Union of Municipalities of New Brunswick; Charles Hubbard (MP-Miramichi); Mark Ramsay, president of the Cities of New Brunswick Association; Jean Lanteigne, president of the Francophone Association of Municipalities of New Brunswick, and Deputy Premier Dale Graham.
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