Category Archives: In the News

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Government will take time reviewing heating oil prices: Telegraph-Journal, February 12, 2015

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FREDERICTON • A price gap has opened up in home heating oil prices between New Brunswick and some of its Atlantic neighbours thanks to a regulatory change now under review by the Liberal government. Oil prices may have fallen across Canada in recent weeks, but New Brunswickers who rely on furnace oil to heat their homes have not seen them […]

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Health Centre to Offer Abortions in Former Morgentaler Clinic

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Health centre to offer abortions in former Morgentaler Clinic  FREDERICTON • Private abortion services will soon be offered in the province again.   On Friday morning, Reproductive Justice New Brunswick held a news conference at the new Clinic 554 in downtown Fredericton, in the same building where the old Morgentaler Clinic shut its doors in July due to a lack of […]

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(Français) Bilan 2014 du Parti vert : retour sur une année historique (L`Ètoile le 5 janvier 2015 Marie Christine Trottier)

L’année 2014 a été une bonne année pour le chef du Parti vert David Coon. En plus d’être le premier député du Parti vert à être élu à l’Assemblée législative, le nombre d’appuis au parti a considérablement augmenté. Rencontre avec un nouveau député plein d’ambition et enthousiasmé par ses projets.

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N.B. government releases agreements with forestry companies (Canadian Press)

Kevin Bissett, THE CANADIAN PRESS Published Wednesday, December 10, 2014 9:38PM AST Last Updated Thursday, December 11, 2014 8:01AM AST FREDERICTON — New Brunswick’s natural resources minister has released the province’s agreements with forestry companies but says it’s too early to say what, if any, changes the government will make to them.The Liberals promised to release the agreements, which give […]

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