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posted on March 6, 2014
Developing Atlantic Canada’s proven oil and gas reserves has the real possibility of transforming New Brunswick from a have not province to a powerhouse like Saskatchewan, Colleen Mitchell, President of Atlantica Centre for Energy testified today.
“[New Brunswick has] reserves at 70 trillion cubic feet, which is 10% of Canadian proven resources. The province has recently renewed activity,” said Ms. Mitchell...
posted on January 26, 2014
When Keith Brideau walks onto his rooftop patio, he’s greeted by sweeping views of the Saint John harbour. Four storeys below, in the hundred steps it takes to reach his office, he passes by a half-dozen new storefronts that serve everything from cupcakes to Cajun and Creole fare to the city’s increasingly bustling uptown.
Keith Brideau has revitalized eight buildings in the central core in a bid to bring urban...
posted on January 25, 2014
Residential sales activity reported through the MLS® System of the Saint John Real Estate Board numbered 63 units in December 2013. This was a 15 per cent increase from a year earlier, largely reflecting a weak December in 2012.
Some 1,588 homes traded hands in 2013. This stood just one per cent below the 2012 annual total, and was slightly above the 2011 figure.
“Despite quite a bit of monthly sales volatility...
posted on January 23, 2014
The Saint John Real Estate Board welcomes today’s announcement about the Energy East Pipeline project for its potential to positively affect the local economy, including a boost to the rebounding real estate market.
The Saint John Real Estate Board welcomes today’s announcement about the Energy East Pipeline project for its potential to positively affect the local economy, including a boost to the...
posted on December 3, 2013
Mel Norton says advantages include lower operating costs and competitve wage structures
Saint John Mayor Mel Norton will speak at a Toronto luncheon hosted by former premier Frank McKenna and Maple Leaf Foods president Scott McCain.
Saint John Mayor Mel Norton is headed to Toronto Monday to promote economic opportunities in the Port City.
Norton will present to a select group of business leaders from across North...
posted on November 27, 2013
A proposed west-east pipeline bringing oil from Alberta to refineries in New Brunswick is in the best interest of all Canadians because it would help open up new markets and generate revenue that would be distributed from coast to coast, an executive with the Canadian Oil Sands told a Moncton audience Wednesday.
“In Canada we need to diversify our energy markets. We have markets in the United States and Western...
posted on November 25, 2013
SAINT JOHN – A proposed new apartment building on Waterloo Street is being hailed as a project that could inject life into the rundown neighbourhood and create less car-dependent residents.
Developer John Rocca – the same businessman behind the Three Sisters condominiums on the waterfront – wants to build two buildings containing a total of 25 stacked townhouse units at the corner of Waterloo and Golding...
posted on October 15, 2013
Securing a cheap and stable source of natural gas would allow Irving Oil to consider expanding its refinery, according to president and CEO Paul Browning.
“That would be the precursor to decisions we might make around investing in our refining capabilities,” Browning said. “It is a fundamental part of our economics.
“It’s the kind of thing that would give us the view that there are more markets we could...