Tuesday, October 20, 2020

Tag: Government of New Brunswick

Constructing the trade corridor

By Carroll McCormick Opening up Northern Quebec and removing a TransCanada Highway bottleneck are the goals of two ongoing improvement projects. About 440 kilometres east of...

McGarry named chair of Horizon Health Network’s board

John McGarry has been appointed as chair of the Horizon Health Network board of directors, effective immediately. “John McGarry brings a wealth of knowledge to...

New Brunswick announces $321.1-million budget for transportation, infrastructure

The Government of New Brunswick announced that $321.1 million will be set aside in the 2019-20 capital budget for the Department of Transportation and...

Design work undertaken for new Inkerman trail bridge

Engineering and design work has begun on a replacement for the former trail bridge in Inkerman. Agriculture, Mines and Rural Affairs Minister Wilfred Roussel announced...

Pre-construction work begins for new Lamèque-Shippagan bridge

The New Brunswick government has announced that a new bridge will be built to replace the Lamèque-Shippagan bridge. The island of Lamèque is located...

New Brunswick to replace Oromocto school

Construction will begin shortly on a new school that will replace École Arc-en-ciel in Oromocto. “Our government understands that education is of paramount importance for...

N.B. provides update on flood-damaged transportation assets

The Government of New Brunswick has provided an update on the transportation infrastructure that was affected by the 2018 spring flood.. “Over the course of...

Bridge, channel construction to complete Petitcodiac River restoration

Planning, design, and construction of a new 240-metre permanent bridge over the Petitcodiac River is getting underway in 2018. The new bridge will provide...

Governments investing in Fredericton airport

The governments of Canada and New Brunswick are investing in modern and efficient air travel infrastructure through funding for major renovations at the Fredericton...