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FREDERICTON • The new minister in charge of Service New Brunswick says the record number of complaints over property taxes last year is actually nothing out of the ordinary.
Serge Rousselle made the statement to reporters at a technical briefing last Tuesday and during budget estimates for the Crown corporation in the legislature this past week.
Service New Brunswick has processed 18,596 requests for review from property owners last year that…
It took eight decades for Indigenous artist Alex Janvier's work to grab Canada's attention. And now, we can't get enough.
Janvier, a member of a group of professional Canadian artists known as the Indian Group of Seven, is an Alberta-based painter whose retrospective is now on display at the Beaverbrook Art Gallery. The exhibit of nearly 100 pieces comes to Fredericton from the National Gallery of Canada in Ottawa, where it broke…
PARKLAND, Fla. • On a day when Parkland began burying its young dead, a dozen people stood on a street corner holding up More Gun Control signs as passing drivers honked and shouted in support.
"Look what we started," said Carlos Rodriguez, 50, who was on his way to work when he stopped to join the protest. "Look at all these people. One match started a whole forest fire."
This most peaceful and orderly of places has been devastated by the…
FREDERICTON • NB Power wants to ensure more than 650 new homes a year are built more energy efficient, offering incentives worth hundreds of dollars per house.
Rick Doucet, the minister responsible for energy, said people would be able to sign up for the new program sometime after April 1.
“The program will be designed to encourage home builders to construct energy-efficient homes in New Brunswick,” said the Liberal cabinet minister during…
BEIJING • Global markets fell sharply on Tuesday following a volatile day in U.S. trading, renewing questions about whether the long-running global stock rally is heading for a rout and potentially testing President Donald Trump.
The hard tumble began Tuesday in Asia. Japan's Nikkei stock index closed down nearly 4.7 per cent, recovering from a precipitous 7 per cent plunge earlier in the day. Hong Kong's Hang Seng Index closed down 5.1 per…
Miramichi's women's business community say they're hoping to make 2018 the best year yet for women in business.
The Women of Miramichi Entrepreneurial Network (WOMEN) held their 2018 Annual General Meeting on Thursday, Feb. 1 at the Miramichi Naturopathic Health Clinic in Douglastown. Around 30 women from around the river came together to talk about the organization's future plans, reflect on the past year and discuss what could be…
Swoop, WestJet's new low-fare, no-frills spinoff airline, won't be flying into New Brunswick.
The airline unveiled plans Thursday for its first summer in the skies in media events in Hamilton and Abbotsford, B.C, promising to "to change Canadian air travel forever."
It offered a splashy promotion of $0-fares on the first 2,000 seats it sells online for each of its routes.
Halifax is the only Atlantic Canadian destination now on Swoop's schedule.
It has been 10 years and the Miramichi Young Professionals and Involved Entrepreneurs (MYPIE) is still going strong.
The organization held its 10th annual general meeting last Thursday at the Rodd Miramichi River Hotel.
Around 50 people were in attendance at the 1809 Restaurant and Bar at the hotel with several new faces taking part in the event and signing up with the organization.
President of MYPIE, Breanne Tozer, was leading the event and…
Miramichi standout runner Laura Dickinson is entered in another international event on Saturday.
Dickinson races for Canada at the Pan American Cross Country Cup in San Salvador, El Salvador. She's entered in the junior women's six-kilometre race.
Dickinson is one of 24 athletes on the Athletics Canada team in El Salvador.
The 18-year-old is coming off finishing seventh in the junior women's event at the Canadian cross country championships in…
Matt Stairs is still introducing himself to some of the players he'll be working with this season as the new hitting coach with the San Diego Padres.
His calling card arrived Wednesday.
Freddy Galvis was one of his disciples last season when both were with the Philadelphia Phillies. Galvis, the 28-year-old switch-hitting shortstop, had the finest statistical season of his career last year, with Stairs serving as the team's hitting coach.
Two Miramichi air cadets won't have much down time during their March break from school, but they say being busy will be worthwhile.
Air Cadet Liam Septon and Cpl. Alex Sulis of the 315 Newcastle Royal Canadian Air Cadet Squadron will represent New Brunswick at the Biathlon Canada Cadet Nationals from March 7 to 11 in Brookvale, P.E.I.
"It's a really good opportunity to meet some new people," said Septon, who turns 13 on Feb. 19. "It will…
Canada's Ted-Jan Bloemen is an Olympic gold medallist.
The 31-year-old Dutch-born long track speed skater set an Olympic record in the men's 10,000-metre race Thursday morning at the Gangneung Oval at the PyeongChang 2018 Winter Olympics in South Korea.
He finished with an Olympic record time of 12:39.77.
Jorrit Bergsma of The Netherlands won silver at 12:41.98 and Italy's Nicola Tumolero finished bronze with 12:54.32.
Alberta vs. B.C., according to cartoonist Greg Perry.
Looking past, for a moment, that the government announcement made by the Miramichi region’s two Liberal cabinet ministers was likely one of many that will be timed to coincide with the lead-up to the fall election, there was actually some substance to this latest one.
Transportation and Infrastructure Minister Bill Fraser, as reported in the Miramichi Leader, revealed on Monday that the province would be moving ahead with a major reconfiguration…
"Shocked" by your electric bill?
Here's the latest laugh from cartoonist Greg Perry
Starring: James Corden, Rose Byrne, Domhnall Gleeson, Sam Neill, Margot Robbie, Elizabeth Debicki, Daisy Ridley, and Marianne Jean-Baptiste
Screenplay by: Rob Lieber and Will Gluck
Directed by: Will Gluck
Runtime: 93 minutes
Doug's Grade: C-
We aren't even two months into 2018, and already there are two live-action adaptations of beloved British children's books. After last month's Paddington 2, we now have Peter Rabbit, a film adaptation…
Tired of the same old chocolates and flowers you get every year from your special someone?
Why not take them to a comedy show and tickle their funny bone this Valentine’s Day?
Miramichi funny man Joe Butler is hosting another fun night of laughs with the Midlife Crisis Tour, hosted by Villains of Comedy. It’s open to everyone, singles and couples alike.
“This is kind of a big show,” said Butler. “This is the first show that we’re putting…
Joe Butler says he's ready to battle it out against some of the province's top up-and-coming comedic talent with the hope of drawing the biggest laughs from the crowd.
The local comedian recently entered CBC’s Open Mic Stand-up Contest, which offers the winner the opportunity to open for a big name comedian performing at the 18th annual HUBCAP Comedy Festival in Moncton to be headlined by Tom Green.
Singing in pairs created a good time for all who came out to the recent Saturday Night Racket in Renous, on Saturday, Jan. 27, which was all about singing duets. Some of the recent performers included McKenzie Hallihan, Darlene Gillespie, Cathy Hamilton, Monica and Susanne Saulnier.
This Saturday, Feb. 3, will see the Country Tornadoes on stage at the Miramichi Folklore Park with a great mix of rock and country hits that you can dance to. The…
High school students in Miramichi extended an invitation to the community this week to join them at the breakfast table and start the day off right.
Miramichi Valley High School hosted its annual wellness breakfast Wednesday morning at the school's cafeteria, running from 7 a.m. to 9 a.m.
Organizer Jim Watters, a teacher at Miramichi Valley High, said the breakfast was free for students, family members and anyone in the community interested in…
Those who have been waiting excitedly for the first ever February statutory holiday will have to way no more.
The province’s first ever Family Day holiday is Monday, Feb. 19, and Miramichi will have plenty on tap for families looking to take in and have spend some quality time together.
Jason Walsh, the acting director of the city's Community Wellness and Recreation Department, said in addition to various city facilities still hosting some of…
Dressed in red and singing along to love songs, couples came out en mass to the seniors Valentine's Day dance held at the Lindon Recreation Centre on Wednesday, Feb. 14.
The fun event for sweethearts included music performed by Claude Gallant of Last Call, a photo booth and refreshments.
EXTERIOR FINISH: Vinyl
AGE: 9 years
SIZE: 3,302 square feet
HEATING: Electric heat pump
COOLING: Central air conditioning
FLOORING: Hardwood, ceramic tile
BEDROOMS: 3 + 1
BATHROOMS (full) : 2
BATHROOMS (partial) : 1
DESCRIPTION: This private home in Lutes Mountain, minutes from Moncton, is nestled on a treed lot with a large, landscaped backyard. This custom-built house includes an over-sized…
One local music group have gotten itself some East Coast Music Awards nods.
City Natives, who will be joined by performing local band Lionsault, will be making its return to the award show stage this spring, in the hopes of bringing some hardware home to the Miramichi.
The rap group, featuring Natoaganeg First Nation's Blake Francis, is up for group recording of the year, rap/hip-hop recording of the year and Indigenous artist of the year for…
A good time was had by all at the recent Thursday Nite Jam at Miramichi Folklore Park, with the father and daughter team of Steve and Kali Nicholson leading the show.
All singers and musicians are welcome every Thursday from 7 to 10 p.m., weather permitting. Two dollars or any donation is appreciated, and a light lunch will be served.
This Saturday, the park will debut the band Nowhere Road, made up of Zach Sullivan, Dan MacVicar and Todd…
It was another successful White Gold Dinner and Concert when the annual event returned to the Miramichi on Sunday, Feb. 4 at the Beaverbrook Kin Centre.
This sold out event brought with it a fun night of music featuring local and guest entertainers, as well as special guest and tenor Leander Mendoza.
Also part of the evening performances were: Lalla McFarlene accompanied by David Bunnell, The Villagers, Bob McCallum and Jimmy Lawlor, Kimberly…
Geraldine Gordon, community chairwoman for the Miramichi Quilt Guild is shown front left presenting a quilt made by herself and hand-quilted by Betty Doyle to the Special Olympics group.