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(Paul Zed and Liberal leader Michael Ignatieff attend a party breakfast at Lily Lake this morning - photo by Gary MacDonald)Former Saint John Liberal M-P Paul Zed isn't closing the door on another...

Post date: August 13, 2009

The provincial government says new test results show the revamped French Second Language program introduced last fall is working. 58 per cent of Grade 5 anglophone classes were either at or above...

Post date: August 13, 2009

The New Brunswick Special Olympics opens today with a parade and opening ceremonies at the Trade and Convention Centre this evening. Chair, Carol Ryan tells CHSJ news there will be about 200 coaches...

Post date: August 13, 2009

[Chief Medical Officer of Health Dr. Eilish Cleary, and Valmond Guimond----Photo Courtesy of GNB.ca]The Department of Health is reporting a reduction in the number of H-1-N-1 flu cases in the...

Post date: August 13, 2009

As the summer marches on, the price of gasoline continues to inch up. The Energy and Utilities Board has set the maximum price schedule today and the maximum allowable price for a litre of self-serve...

Post date: August 13, 2009

(Federal Liberal Michael Ignatieff - photo courtesy liberal.ca) Federal Liberal leader Michael Ignatieff is making a swing through the city Thursday -- in the morning he's attending a Liberal party...

Post date: August 12, 2009

[Marc Mawhinney-----photo courtesy of mawhinneygroup.com]Marc Mawhinney tells CHSJ News, even though business was booming, the overhead costs just got out of control.Mawhinney says his group...

Post date: August 12, 2009

Anyone curious to know what's going on at Marsh Creek is invited to attend an information session this evening.Members of the Terrain Group, who is carrying out the preliminary design and the cost...

Post date: August 12, 2009

The 15 year old girl charged with first degree murder in the death of an elderly New Brunswick man is going to be facing a judge and jury on January 12th.She had previously elected trial by judge...

Post date: August 12, 2009

[Romero House Executive Director Carolyn McNulty and Chair of the Fundraising Committee Paul Zed------Photo by Dave Briggs]Romero House is able to continue operations after surpassing it's $30...

Post date: August 12, 2009

A mystery meal fundraiser is in the works to help raise money for Romero House.Hilton Saint John will be preparing a variety of dishes, and for a $50 dollar ticket you can get a surprise lunch....

Post date: August 12, 2009

Major retailers continue to eye Saint John for expansion even though the eight billion dollar Irving second refinery proposal has been shelved. Geoff Stollery of electronics giant Best Buy tells CHSJ...

Post date: August 12, 2009

Bob McVicar with Exit Realty tells CHSJ News, the news of the Mawhinney Group closing is sad for the city.McVicar says he doesn't think the closure is going to have a negative affect on the Saint...

Post date: August 12, 2009

It's been confirmed that Mawhinney Real Estate is closing its doors for good. The Saint John Real Estate Board says it will be working closely with the company to manage listings and member changes...

Post date: August 12, 2009

A Rothesay man will be the first in the province to reach a major milestone this week. Don Shaw will make his 600th plasma donation on Friday becoming only the 75th Canadian to have done so.To reach...

Post date: August 12, 2009

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