The provincial government and the City of Fredericton will jointly fund several infrastructure projects this year under the Municipal Designated Highway Program. From left: Transportation and Infrastructure Minister Bill Fraser; Fredericton Mayor Mike O’Brien and deputy premier Stephen Horsman.
The provincial government is investing $27.4 million from the 2017-18 capital budget to continue construction of a five-storey addition at the Chaleur Regional Hospital. From left: Stéphane Legacy, vice-president of outpatient and professional Services, Vitalité Health Network; Jean-Guy Robichaud, president of the Chaleur Regional Hospital Foundation; Education and Early Childhood Development Minister Brian Kenny; Justice and Public Safety Minister Denis ...
The provincial government is investing in paving projects in the Town of Florenceville-Bristol and the Village of Centreville this year. It is also beginning upgrades to the Florenceville bridge on Route 130. From left: Florenceville-Bristol Mayor Karl Curtis; Transportation and Infrastructure Minister Bill Fraser; Carleton-Victoria MLA Andrew Harvey; and Centreville Mayor Michael Stewart.
A sod-turning ceremony was held to mark the official beginning of a project to restore, preserve and protect critical infrastructure at the Hotel-Dieu of St. Joseph Hospital in Perth-Andover. From left: Perth-Andover Mayor Marianne Bell; Health Minister Victor Boudreau; Carleton-Victoria MLA Andrew Harvey; Karen McGrath, president and CEO of Horizon Health Network; David Moore, executive director of Upper River Valley ...
The provincial government will award a tender in the weeks ahead for brick and stone repointing at the St. Michael’s Building on the Miramichi campus of the New Brunswick Community College (NBCC). The project is one of several infrastructure improvements planned for the campus; others include a roof replacement, emergency lighting upgrades, and modernizing heating, ventilating and air conditioning systems. ...
Design work has begun on a major upgrade at Polyvalente Louis-J.-Robichaud in Shediac. From left: Beaubassin East Mayor Ronnie Duguay; Cap-Pelé Mayor Serge Léger; Michelle Bertin, school principal; Paul Demers, district education council chair, Francophone sud school district; Education and Early Childhood Development Minister Brian Kenny; Health Minister Victor Boudreau; Mélika Belliveau, student council president; Gilles Cormier, member of the ...
The provincial government has signed a contract with a Fredericton engineering company that is changing the way culverts are assessed. Using what is known as backscatter computed tomography, the company can assess buried structures without digging them up for a visual inspection. From left: Transportation and Infrastructure Minister Bill Fraser and Inversa Systems president and CEO John Bowles.
Officials from the Maine Department of Transportation visited the Department of Transportation and Infrastructure today to discuss international bridges. Transportation and Infrastructure Minister Bill Fraser, right, welcomed Maine Department of Transportation Commissioner David Bernhardt to Fredericton.
Transportation and Infrastructure Minister Bill Fraser announced that the department will fund four significant paving projects along two regional roads in York and Charlotte counties.
The provincial government is renovating the Connaught Street School to provide enhanced facilities for students. From left: Transportation and Infrastructure Minister Bill Fraser; Grade 5 students Duncan Lockhart and Ayla Brown; Barb Corbett, school principal; and David McTimoney, superintendant of the Anglophone West School District.
The provincial government will fund drainage work and paving on Route 114 this year under the Municipal Designated Highway Program. In Hillsborough, there will be drainage work near Pound Hill and in Alma, 1.2 kilometres will be paved. From left: Transportation and Infrastructure Minister Bill Fraser; Alma Mayor Kirsten H. Shortt; and Fundy Royal MP Alaina Lockhart.
The Department of Transportation and Infrastructure will invest more than $3.5 million in road projects in the Grand Lake region this summer. From left: Minto Mayor Donald Gould; Transportation and Infrastructure Minister Bill Fraser; Chipman Mayor Carson Atkinson; and Minto Deputy Mayor Erica Barnett.
The provincial government is evaluating a proposal on flood adaptation submitted by the Village of Perth-Andover in December. From left: Carleton-Victoria MLA Andrew Harvey; Perth-Andover Mayor Marianne Bell; and Post-Secondary Education, Training and Labour Minister Donald Arseneault, who is also minister responsible for the Regional Development Corporation.
Pulverizing and chip sealing will be undertaken this year on a 10.2-kilometre section of Northwest Road near Sevogle, in Northumberland County. Seniors and Long-Term Care Minister Lisa Harris participated in the announcement.
An addition to Max Aitken Academy will be constructed to provide more classroom space for students. From left: Miramichi Mayor Adam Lordon; Seniors and Long-Term Care Minister Lisa Harris; Transportation and Infrastructure Minister Bill Fraser; Mike Mortlock, education council chair, Anglophone North School District; and principal Mark Donovan.
The Department of Transportation and Infrastructure is partnering with Ability New Brunswick on a pilot project that will see the non-profit organization administer the province’s vehicle retrofit program. From left: Haley Flaro, executive director of Ability NB; Mary Grant, an employee at the Department of Transportation and Infrastructure; Transportation and Infrastructure Minister Bill Fraser; Gillian Hoyt-Hallett, chair of board for ...
The official opening of the new Max Aitken Academy was held today in Miramichi. Front, from left: Kamryn Manderson and Jacob Tenass, students. Back, from left: Miramichi-Grand Lake MP Pat Finnigan; Transportation and Infrastructure Minister Bill Fraser; Celia Hale, student; school principal Mark Donovan; Jenna Taylor, student; school mascot Max the Moose; Kierstan Hamilton, student; Sophie Taylor, student; Seniors and ...
A new bridge will be built to replace the structure known as Tetagouche River No. 2. From left: Education and Early Childhood Development Minister Brian Kenny; Bathurst Mayor Paolo Fongemie; Restigouche-Chaleur MLA Daniel Guitard; and Justice and Public Safety Minister Denis Landry.
The Department of Transportation and Infrastructure, as part of its Municipal Designated Highway Program, will fund curb and gutter repairs along 650 metres of Route 170 in St. Stephen. From left: St. Stephen Mayor Allan MacEachern; Tourism, Heritage and Culture Minister John Ames; and Transportation and Infrastructure Minister Bill Fraser.
Improvements to Route 108 are planned this year as part of the provincial government’s capital budget. From left: Victoria-La Vallée MLA Chuck Chiasson and Carleton Victoria MLA Andrew Harvey.
The Department of Transportation and Infrastructure will make repairs to the Lamèque-Shippagan bridge this year. From left: Shippagan-Lamèque-Miscou MLA Wilfred Roussel; Lamèque Mayor Jules Haché; Shippagan Mayor Anita Savoie Robichaud; and Transportation and Infrastructure Minister Bill Fraser.
An $18 million school being built in Miramichi will be named King Street Elementary School. Front row, from left: Madison Long and Erica Doyle, students at Ian Baillie Elementary School; Aidan Donald, student at St. Andrews Elementary School. Back row, from left: Charlene Robinson, principal of St. Andrews Elementary School; Paula Hache, principal of Ian Baillie Elementary School; Beth Stymiest, ...
Federal and provincial governments help grow the economy by committing $272-million to make Route 11 safer, more efficient
The federal and provincial governments will invest $272 million to improve safety, travel and trade on Route 11. From left: Miramichi-Grand Lake MP Pat Finnigan; Kent South MLA Benoît Bourque; Dominic LeBlanc, federal minister of fisheries, oceans and the Canadian Coast Guard; Premier Brian Gallant; Kent North MLA Bertrand LeBlanc; and Transportation and Infrastructure Minister Bill Fraser.
The Centennial Building in Fredericton will undergo a major restoration and a new courthouse will be built on the same parcel of land to maximize the use of provincial government building space. From left: Fredericton MP Matt DeCourcey; Deputy Premier Stephen Horsman; Premier Brian Gallant; and Fredericton Mayor Mike O’Brien.
A new permanent bridge over the Petitcodiac River, connecting the Town of Riverview with the City of Moncton, will mean a safer, more reliable crossing for commuters and tourists and a restored tidal flow that will enhance eco-tourism and economic growth for the region.