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Irving’s refinery exports surge higher in June

Important news from Statistics Canada. The latest report on Irving Oil, Saint John’s refinery, shows that international exports from petroleum refineries saw a 63% increase, rising from $597.3 million in June 2010 to $974 million in June 2011. That’s great news for the city and province. For more, check out the article below.Irving’s refinery exports surge higher in JuneWritten by Natalie...

Why Invest in Saint John?

People often ask me why I’m so confident about investing in New Brunswick. There are so many reasons, many of which I’ve tried to show in this blog. But really, this is a city you have to see to believe – a place to experience fully in order to appreciate why you should invest here. That said, I came across this website that talks about the unique Saint John experience, and I love it. Saint John is...

Saint John: Retail rents going up

This just in … six new Target stores for Atlantic Canada for 2013, one of them opening its doors at McAllister Place in Saint John’s east side shopping district. With the opening of Costco this past spring, it’s impressive news that Saint John is the only Atlantic location that has thus far been pinpointed. Anyone surprised that Saint John stands out above the rest?Retail rents going upCommerce:...

New cruise terminal coming

More exciting news on New Brunswick, this time from the Saint John harbor. The Port Authority will be demolishing the old harborfront Pugsley C shed to build a modern building, increasing its capacity to take on the 2 large cruise ship sizes and putting a major grip on the East Atlantic passenger ship business for Saint John. Jim Quinn, CEO of the SJPA will also develop a second, smaller cruise ship terminal with...

Saint John: City’s IT sector growing but many jobs unfilled

More great news from the city of Saint John and the province of New Brunswick. The province’s ICT business continues to grow at a dramatic rate: double that of the Canadian economy! This fast growth means many jobs are going unfilled in the sector; in 2006 (the most recent statistics available) there were 1300 industry jobs vacant in Saint John alone. Moreover, the average salary in this field is $60,000 per...

Acadian Timber Corp. Reports Second Quarter Results and Announces Declaration of Dividend

More great news from New Brunswick's industry base, this time regarding soft and hardwood exports.

PotashCorp Reports Record Second-Quarter Earnings per Share

As the New Brunswick skyline grows, so does our opportunity.

As zinc market tightens, big upside seen for Trevali Mining

And New Brunswick continues to roll along with yet another prospective mine to begin operation in September … read on to find out more. Eye on Equities: As zinc market tightens, big upside seen for Trevali MiningWritten by Darcy Keith and May JeongGlobe and Mail Update Versant Partners analyst Anthona Curic has bolstered her outlook for the price of zinc – and suggests speculative-oriented investors...
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