Federal and Provincial Governments Invest in Summer Institute at UNB’s J. Herbert Smith Centre

Thanks to the University of New Brunswick’s Summer Institute, seven young professionals have expanded their entrepreneurial horizons. The Honourable Keith Ashfield, Member of Parliament for Fredericton, on behalf of the Honourable Rob Moore, Minister of State (Atlantic Canada Opportunities Agency), and the Honourable Jody Carr, Minister of Post-Secondary Education, Training and Labour, joined young entrepreneurs…

Tips For Choosing An Insurance Broker Across the State

When looking for home insurance, you can either go direct to a company or use a broker. A broker serves as the middleman between you and the insurance firm. Home insurance brokers Ajax work for you as they have the industry and technical knowledge necessary to get the best insurance cover at a reasonable price.…

Ignite Fredericton Secures Funding for Local Immigration Partnership Initiative

Ignite Fredericton secures $60,000 from federal Citizenship & Immigration to create a Local Immigration Partnership (LIP) initiative in Fredericton. Currently there are 40 LIP initiatives across Canada with 36 in Ontario. The program was established in 2008 as a means to systematize local engagement in immigration settlement.  The projects provide resources to: coordinate LIP activities;…

Innovative kitchen project receives federal and provincial support

Food producers in New Brunswick have a new way to bring their products to market thanks in part to investments from the federal and provincial governments. Real Food Connections in Fredericton operates a retail facility specializing in New Brunswick-produced food and beverages and also promotes local food and food sustainability through its food-box delivery program.…