Professors debate N.B.'s shale gas future
CBC News Posted: Nov 29, 2011 4:44 PM AT Last Updated: Nov 30, 2011 7:01 PM AT
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Neighbours are saying no to a zoning amendment that would allow a downtown Fredericton rooming house to hold 12 people instead of 8.
Saint John is in the midst of a six-month construction project on the city's east side as part of the Safe Clean Drinking Water project.
It may not be enough to take a Sunday drive comfortably, but it sure beats another increase
Residents say that construction at the new Irving Oil building in uptown Saint John is happening well outside of permitted hours.
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