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    Office of the Premier Email Article To a Friend View Printable Version 
    Thursday, August 21 2003 @ 10:38 AM GMT
    Contributed by: WebMaster

    General NewsProposed committee to study public auto insurance (03/08/05)
    NB 673
    Aug. 5, 2003
    FREDERICTON (CNB) - Premier Bernard Lord today proposed the creation of a Select Committee on Public Automobile Insurance.

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    More than a Pay Cheque: Email Article To a Friend View Printable Version 
    Monday, October 13 2003 @ 07:44 PM GMT
    Contributed by: WebMaster

    General NewsFinding a Job that Works for You
    During September, the thoughts of young people across the country turn to one thing: Back to School! In the days and weeks leading up to the launch of a new school year, we’re constantly inundated with images of the latest school necessities - backpacks, pens and notebooks - not to mention new school wardrobes. For many young students, however, one concern weighs heavily: financing all these educational expenses.

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    Most Recent Post: 07/20 10:01AM by Anonymous  [ Views: 555 ]  

    D.A.R.E. - What I Feel About the DARE Program Email Article To a Friend View Printable Version 
    Thursday, August 21 2003 @ 11:47 AM GMT
    Contributed by: WebMaster

    General News I think if the DARE program was taught a long time ago, drugs might not be used so much by kids. I think nothing but positive thoughts for DARE Canada. There are a lot of drugs and violence these days, and it’s probably very easy to get caught up in those things. I will never get caught up in drugs and violence because DARE has changed me in a way I can’t go back to. I didn’t realize the harm in those drugs until I took DARE, and I’m thankful I did. Staying drug-free will help keep me out of trouble, make me a better, friendlier, out-going person. It will keep me away from getting health problems when I’m older. I think using drugs is a disgusting, nasty habit that I will never get into. NEVER. That is my promise to me. DARE has made me happy and more comfortable with the person that is staring back at me in the mirror every day.

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    Impact of Aging - Nursing Workforce Email Article To a Friend View Printable Version 
    Thursday, August 21 2003 @ 11:46 AM GMT
    Contributed by: WebMaster

    Interesting With over 2000 nurses eligible to withdraw from the nursing workforce within the next five to ten years, the Nurses Association of New Brunswick (NANB) will be pressing Government to invest further in recruitment and retention strategies to ensure an adequate nursing workforce to meet the needs of New Brunswickers.

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    Mars Spectacular Email Article To a Friend View Printable Version 
    Thursday, August 21 2003 @ 11:29 AM GMT
    Contributed by: WebMaster

    InterestingThe Red Planet is about to be spectacular! This month and next, Earth is catching up with Mars in an encounter that will culminate in the closest approach between the two planets in recorded history.

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    Most Recent Post: 07/19 02:30PM by Anonymous  [ Views: 514 ]  

    Establish Grizzly Bear Reserves Now Says The Humane Society of Canada (HSC Email Article To a Friend View Printable Version 
    Thursday, August 21 2003 @ 11:27 AM GMT
    Contributed by: WebMaster

    General NewsAugust 6, 2003, VANCOUVER – The Humane Society of Canada (HSC) wants British Columbia to immediately establish numerous reserves where Grizzly Bears will be protected from hunting.

    “We’re not asking for anything unreasonable,” says HSC Western Regional Director Al Hickey. “After all, the recommendation to establishing no-kill zones to protect Grizzly Bears was made by an Independent Scientific Panel commissioned by British Columbia’s provincial government.”

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    Canadians Invited To Provide Feedback On The Canadian Firearms Email Article To a Friend View Printable Version 
    Thursday, August 21 2003 @ 11:24 AM GMT
    Contributed by: WebMaster

    General NewsOTTAWA, August 6,  2003 - Federal Solicitor General Wayne Easter today announced a consultation process to give Canadians an opportunity to express their views on how to improve the delivery of the Canadian Firearms Program and to provide feedback on proposed Firearms Act regulations recently tabled in Parliament.

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    Most Recent Post: 07/20 11:48PM by Anonymous  [ Views: 926 ]  

    SCOUTS CANADA Email Article To a Friend View Printable Version 
    Thursday, August 21 2003 @ 11:09 AM GMT
    Contributed by: WebMaster

    General News- Mid Week Programs
    Woolastook District
    TIME TO THINK ABOUT "FALL" REGISTRATIONS
    FUN! FUN! FUN! FUN! FUN! FUN! FUN
    !
    Co-ed Programs ~ Camping ~ Knotting ~ Boating Outdoors ~ Games Crafts ~ Environmentally Friendly ~ Group Development ~ Team Activities Learn to Help Others ~ Trained Leaders

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    Most Recent Post: 07/20 05:40AM by Anonymous  [ Views: 887 ]  

    MORTGAGES Conquering Consumer Misconceptions Email Article To a Friend View Printable Version 
    Thursday, August 21 2003 @ 11:07 AM GMT
    Contributed by: WebMaster

    General NewsFay Colwell
    Discount Mortgage Rates vs. Cash Back or 100% Financing
    Certain clients will benefit more by using the discounted rates rather than the cash back. You may think that the discounted rates are more for the well-established clients and not the young person just starting out.

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    Most Recent Post: 08/05 06:39PM by Anonymous  [ Views: 548 ]  

    Health and Wellness Email Article To a Friend View Printable Version 
    Thursday, August 21 2003 @ 10:57 AM GMT
    Contributed by: WebMaster

    General NewsSecond and third cases of West Nile Virus in crows confirmed (03/08/08)
    NB 678
    Aug. 8, 2003
    FREDERICTON (CNB) - Two other cases of West Nile virus have been confirmed in crows in Memramcook and Moncton, Provincial Chief Medical Officer of Health Dr. Wayne MacDonald reported today. This latest confirmation brings the total number of known West Nile virus cases in birds in New Brunswick to three.

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    Don’t buy for minors!

    Crime Stoppers and the New Brunswick Liquor Corporation
    would like to draw your attention to a persistent problem in this province
    which involves the acquisition or sale of alcohol to minors.

        It is a serious offence under the Liquor
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        Don’t be persuaded to buy alcohol for
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        Crime Stoppers will pay up to $2000 for
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       Crime Stoppers and the Miramichi Police Force are on the look-out for the driver
    of a hit and run vehicle who struck a pedestrian on the corner of King
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        On Sunday, 9 September 2001 at approximately 2:40 a.m. a
    woman was crossing the highway. When she had reached the centerline, a taxi
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        If you have information concerning this hit and run, please
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