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Recount confirms Mitton win, LeBlanc loss in Memramcook-Tantramar

There were no cheers — or tears — today in a windowless Moncton courtroom when Madame Justice Brigitte Robichaud finally confirmed that Green Party candidate Megan Mitton had won the riding of Memramcook-Tantramar by 11 votes in the September 24th … Continue reading

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Green candidate Megan Mitton wins 11 vote squeaker in Memramcook-Tantramar

Green Party candidate Megan Mitton told a roomful of supporters in Sackville Monday night that she would probably cry during her victory speech. “So get ready for some tears,” she warned just minutes after Elections New Brunswick officially declared her … Continue reading

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Gallant promises millions for energy efficiency, helping NB Power cope with 4-year rate freeze

Brian Gallant’s big campaign bus rolled up to Léo-Paul Gaudet’s home on Rue Centrale in Memramcook on Saturday where the Liberal leader announced that if his government is re-elected on September 24th, it will increase its investments in two energy … Continue reading

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Local PC, NDP, Green candidates debate hot environmental topics while Liberal stays away

Local PC, NDP and Green Party candidates discussed contentious environmental issues such as a carbon tax, fracking and glyphosate spraying Tuesday night in Sackville — without the participation of the Liberal who has represented the New Brunswick riding of Memramcook-Tantramar for … Continue reading

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Sackville’s former Moloney plant officially re-opens under new Ontario-based owner Cam Tran

  Sackville’s Cam Tran electrical transformer plant officially opened today as company president Kyle Campbell cut the ceremonial red ribbon assisted by Mayor John Higham and MLA Bernard LeBlanc. “This shop is already going,” Campbell told reporters pointing to big … Continue reading

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Opposition grows to privatizing management of extramural home-care services

A petition containing about 200 signatures is on its way from Sackville to Premier Gallant’s office in Fredericton. The petition, organized by former Sackville Mayor Pat Estabrooks, calls on the Liberal government not to sign a contract with the private … Continue reading

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