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Tag: New Brunswick

New disaster mitigation infrastructure for Saint John

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Saint John, NB - Wayne Long, Member of Parliament for Saint John—Rothesay, and John MacKenzie, Deputy Mayor of the City of Saint John, has...

Ducks Unlimited Canada partners with Irving Oil, University of Toronto Scarborough,...

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Saint John, NB - A new partnership between industry, academia, and conservation organizations is quantifying the role of wetlands as nature-based climate solutions and...

COP 14 honours 25 newly accredited Wetland Cities

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Geneva - Parties at the Convention on Wetlands’ 14th Conference of the Parties or COP14 celebrated this year’s 25 accredited Wetland Cities at a dedicated...

Provincial funding for New Brunswick wetland conservation project

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Fredericton, GNB - The provincial government is investing $350,000 in a project that aims to conserve and restore wetlands along the lower Saint John...

Funding for solar energy and sewer infrastructure in Edmundston, New Brunswick

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Edmundston, GNB - More than $13 million in infrastructure funding has been announced for solar energy generation at the Jean-Daigle Centre and sewer separation...

NB releases updated, interactive flood hazard mapping

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New Brunswickers can now access comprehensive and interactive flood hazard mapping to help inform them of flood-prone areas and the effect of climate change on water...

Canada and New Brunswick invest in water supply infrastructure

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The Government of Canada is investing over $2.2 million to upgrade the water supply infrastructure in two rural New Brunswick communities through the Green Infrastructure Stream (GIS). As Canada moves...

Canada and FCM invest in stronger asset management in New Brunswick...

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The Government of Canada is investing $590,510 in 17 New Brunswick communities through the Municipal Asset Management Program (MAMP), delivered by the Federation of...

New Initiatives Underway in Shediac Bay Watershed

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The Government of New Brunswick’s technical working group tasked with developing a management plan for Shediac Bay watershed, which includes Parlee Beach, is expected...

New Brunswick Asking Residents to Conserve Water

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Surface water and groundwater levels are lower than normal throughout the province, which is why New Brunswickers are advised to conserve water. “The heat wave,...

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