The provincial and federal governments and the Université de Moncton announced today an investment of more than $1.3 million for a water and wastewater infrastructure project on the university’s Moncton campus. From left: Post-Secondary Education Minister Roger Melanson; federal Health Minister Ginette Petitpas Taylor; Jacques Paul Couturier, the university’s acting president and vice-chancellor; and Moncton Mayor Dawn Arnold.
The federal, provincial and municipal governments are combining to invest more than $1.5 million in upgrades to the community arena in Hillsborough. From left: Fundy Royal MP Alaina Lockhart; Mayor Barry Snider; and Finance Minister Cathy Rogers.
The federal, provincial and municipal governments are combining to invest more than $24,000 in the installation of water sampling stations in Riverside-Albert. From left: Fundy Royal MP Alaina Lockhart; Mayor Jim Campbell; and Finance Minister Cathy Rogers.
Construction is underway on Hanwell’s new community centre thanks to over $2.3 million in federal, provincial and municipal investments. From left: deputy premier Stephen Horsman; Hanwell Mayor Chris Melvin; and New Brunswick Southwest MP Karen Ludwig.
The provincial and federal governments are investing almost $340,000 in a new infrastructure project in Shippagan. From left: Agriculture, Mines and Rural Affairs Minister Wilfred Roussel; Shippagan Mayor Anita Savoie Robichaud; and Acadie-Bathurst MP Serge Cormier.
Federal, provincial and municipal governments are combining to invest more than $1.7 million in improved water and wastewater infrastructure in Fredericton. From left: Fredericton Mayor Mike O’Brien; deputy premier Stephen Horsman; and Fredericton MP Matt DeCourcey.
The federal, provincial and municipal governments today announced funding totalling more than $4.4 million for seven new infrastructure projects in Saint John. Participating in the announcement were Saint John Harbour MLA Ed Doherty (middle row), Saint John Mayor Don Darling and Saint John-Rothesay MP Wayne Long (back row), and children attending a summer camp at the Carleton Community Centre. The ...
The provincial and federal governments will invest $1.14 million in two projects to create flood-hazard mapping to help predict the impact of flooding on communities. From left: Fredericton MP Matt DeCourcey; Environment and Local Government Minister Andrew Harvey; and Jasmin Boisvert, water sciences specialist with the Department of Environment and Local Government.
An investment of $1.2 million will go toward improvements at the Aéroport de la Péninsule. From left: Justice and Public Safety Minister Denis Landry; Acadie-Bathurst MP Serge Cormier; and Agriculture, Mines and Rural Affairs Minister Wilfred Roussel.
The provincial government is providing $104,500 through the Environmental Trust Fund for six projects in the Restigouche region in 2018-19. From left: Stirling Loga, deputy mayor, City of Campbellton; Labour, Employment and Population Growth Minister Gilles LePage; David LeBlanc, Conseil de gestion du bassin versant de la rivière Restigouche; and Denis Savoie, chair of the Restigouche Regional Service Commission.
Environment and Local Government Minister Andrew Harvey said several programs are being made available for recreational property owners who experienced property damages during the 2018 spring freshet flooding.
People in Saint-Joseph de Madawaska will soon have a new fire hall and community centre thanks to financial support from the provincial and federal governments. From left: Lt. Steve Chassé; Madawaska-Restigouche MP René Arseneault; Economic Development Minister Francine Landry; Brigitte Martin, president of the local service district advisory committee; and fire chief Yvan Levesque.
The Local Service District of Douglas will receive $160,000 in the form of a capital loan from the provincial government, through the Small Capital Loans Program, to expand the existing fire hall. From left: Ivan Corbett, Fredericton regional office of the Department of Environment and Local Government; Jared Forbes and Ken Hodgson of the North York Fire Department; deputy premier ...
As of 2018, the contribution of neighbouring local service districts toward the PotashCorp Civic Centre in Sussex will be increased to support the facility’s long-term viability. From left: Bridget Ryan, chair of the centre’s board of directors; and Environment and Local Government Minister Serge Rousselle.
Environment and Local Government Minister Serge Rousselle joined students from Garden Creek School in Fredericton to kick off Canadian Environment Week by cleaning up the playground. From left: Shea Wiseman, Luke Yerxa, Lucas Gray, Ashlynn Slack, Rousselle, Grant Murray, Ruby Hudon, Matty Heustis and Holden Barry.
A new water monitoring protocol that follows federal guidelines is being adopted for Parlee Beach beginning this summer. From left: Environment and Local Government Minister Serge Rousselle and acting chief medical officer of health Dr. Jennifer Russell.
Environment and Local Government Minister Serge Rousselle announced the provincial government will introduce two new acts, the Local Governance Act and the Community Planning Act, which will replace the current Municipalities Act and Community Planning Act.