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Un aperçu du prêt privé : la nouvelle donne de l’investissement immobilier pour les 2 prochaines années

Lorsque les investisseurs immobiliers sont en recherche de sources de financement, les prêteurs privés sont la dernière chose à laquelle ils pensent, ou tout du moins le considère comme la dernière option. Mais de nouvelles régulations, doublées de restrictions concernant les formes traditionnelles de financement ont entrainé une nouvelle tendance ces dernières années. Acceptant de revoir leurs idées...

N. B. Investissement de la province dans le port de Saint-Jean afin d’établir un port d’attache pour les navires de croisière

New Brunswick is making a three-year investment to help Port Saint John become a home port for cruise ships, including expedition-class vessels. Tourism, Heritage and Culture Minister Trevor Holder’s Feb. 18 announcement coincided with the completion of a study by Dillon Consulting Ltd., that found that the port is well-suited to become a home port for expedition-class ships in the near future.

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Bell Aliant projette de construire un centre de données pour 25 millions de $ à Saint-Jean

Province commits $5 million to project billed as one of North America’s most advanced centres. The announcement of the project was made Tuesday in Saint John by Karen Sheriff, the president of Bell Aliant. The centre will cover 2,160 square metres (24,000 sq. ft) and is being built to meet the current and future needs of the information and communications technology sector in New...

Les déversements de pétrole brut sont plus importants avec les trains qu’avec les pipelines

The flaming wreckage of a derailed train carrying crude in northern New Brunswick once again calls into question the safest way to transport crude oil across Canada. A Global News analysis found that train spills in transit are larger than those from pipelines. And trucks, though they have a higher rate of accidents, tend to spill much less. The Transport Canada database doesn’t include the most recent train...

Le Nouveau-Brunswick pourrait être la prochaine Saskatchewan 

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...

Les frontières américaines vont connaître des changements

An iron curtain is slowly descending around the borders of America. When it falls, some people will be shut in; others will be shut out. It will be up to bureaucrats and agents with guns to decide which one of those people you are. Changes in border policy are in the wind. On June 27th, 2013, the 1,300-page Border Security, Economic Opportunity, and Immigration Modernization Act passed the Senate and proceeded to...

Les membres du RNC s’attaquent au Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act (FATCA)

Republican National Committee members are drafting a resolution calling for the repeal of a soon-to-be-implemented tax law that critics say is contributing to Americans living abroad renouncing their U.S. citizenship in record numbers. Solomon Yue, an RNC committee member from Oregon, has distributed the first draft of his resolution to repeal the Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act, or FATCA, among fellow RNC...

Un développeur trouve de la valeur dans le Saint Jean « de briques et de poutres »

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...
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