Nova Scotia has traditionally been a Maritime leader in the wine industry but New Brunswick has shown promising growth in recent years.
Vins NB Wines says 16 producers in the southern portion of the province have been seeing a steady increase in sales.
Executive director Joe Gallant says having local wines in grocery stores is going to boost the industry even further.
"Right now the partnership we have with the grocery wine program in New Brunswick is probably the best partnership in the whole country. So I think we will be catching up pretty quickly," he notes.
The Saint John police's Major Crime Unit is investigating after another armed bank robbery.
This morning around 11a.m., a man came into the Bayview Credit Union on Loch Lomond Road and threatened a teller with an unnamed weapon and demanded money.
He made off with an undisclosed amount of money on foot. Police say when more information becomes available it will be released.
Public meetings are planned next week, as part of a review of government and community response to the ice storm that hit the province in January.
The Conservation Council of New Brunswick has their own ideas, as to what needs to be done, before we are faced with another situation like this.
The newest character of the Sesame Street family will be introduced next month..and members of a local Autism Resource Centre, think she will make a great addition.
Julia, is an Autistic muppet character, who will move onto Sesame Street on April 10th.
Saint John police think a theft and attempted break and enter this week at two homes on Sandy Point Road are connected to another break-in on the same street for which two teenagers were arrested.
Sergeant Chuck Breen says police were told by a caller that on Wednesday evening someone tried to break into her house, and that there were footprints in the snow by her basement windows and that both windows had the screens removed but whoever did it wasn't able to get into the home.
Opposition leader Blaine Higgs is calling it a major scandal. He's referring to the latest revelation on increases in property tax assessments.
Higgs read from an email that was sent by Service New Brunswick's Residential co-ordinator Matthew Johnson to 11 assessment officials which stated because there wasn't enough time to find out what, if any, renovations were carried out by March 1st, it was decided to invent renovation amounts for each home. Higgs is claiming this is a way to avoid the 10 per cent cap on any increase unless there are renovations.
Saint John police are responding to a bank robbery on the east side of the city.
It happened at the Bayview Credit Union on Loch Lomond Road, CHSJ News has confirmed.
The call came in just before 11 this morning.
The norovirus has forced the temporary suspension of visits at a Kent County Hospital.
The public will not be permitted in the medical unit of the Stella-Maris-de-Kent hospital.
The hospital is asking that anyone who is suffering from gastroenteritis symptoms, which includes vomiting and diarrhea, not to go to the hospital to visit inpatients until 48 hours after their symptoms has disappeared.
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