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2021 games business plan calls $130M event 'opportunity' to develop infrastructure
The $130 million business plan for the 2021 Francophonie Games acknowledges its budget is higher than previous games, but calls it "an opportunity" to develop sports and cultural infrastructure for the region.
Gallant doesn't 'know exactly when' he recused himself from Francophonie Games decisions
Former premier Brian Gallant talked to the news media for the first time since the controversy broke out over the skyrocketing costs of the 2021 Francophonie Games.
Capital budget ripples and the Francophonie Games farce: It's your weekend briefing
The 506er, CBC New Brunswick's newsletter, returns to bring you the major talking points in provincial news for the week ending Dec. 14.
Edmundston mayor seeks 'comprehensive' study of proposed new bridge to Maine
The federal government is looking for public input on if an environmental impact study should be done when the Madawaska-Edmundston international bridge is replaced.
Merry, bright, not so white: Climatologist makes Christmas prediction
The fall of 2018 has been the coldest in 32 years, but we may still see a green Christmas.