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N.B. COVID-19 roundup: Public Health to provide live update Tuesday
Russell and Shephard Dr. Jennifer Russell and Health Minister Dorothy Shephard will hold an update on COVID-19 Tuesday afternoon.
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Wood has never been so valuable, so why aren't New Brunswick trees worth more?
2x4 New Brunswick is receiving no extra royalties from forestry companies for trees they are cutting on crown land this year, even though prices for lumber made from those trees are at record highs and other provinces are moving to claim some of that growing windfall for their taxpayers.
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Federal finance minister touts budget's COVID relief, housing plans
Fedbudget 20210419 Federal Finance Minister Chrystia Freeland said she believes her budget, which was tabled yesterday, will be "extremely positive" for New Brunswick.
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Saint John council paves way for 180-unit apartment building on south end
The landmark Saint John city council is expected to approve the zoning for a 180-unit apartment building development near Tin Can Beach with little public objection.
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P.E.I.'s Cavendish Beach Music Festival again cancelled over COVID-19 crisis
Cavendish Beach Music Festival drone The continuing COVID-19 pandemic has led to the cancellation of the 2021 edition of the Cavendish Beach Music Festival, which in recent years has attracted 25,000 country music fans to Prince Edward Island's north shore.
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