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Province Investing in Blackville Park

Province Investing in Blackville Park

Province Investing in Blackville Park

At a press conference today in Blackville, Premier David Alward, along with MLA Jake Stewart and mayor Matt Sturgeon, announced that the New Brunswick government is investing $75,000 in improvements to the community park.

“Investing in community infrastructure projects that promote healthy living is a key part of our government’s plan to rebuild New Brunswick and create jobs,” said Premier David Alward. “The community park is a valued part of life in the Blackville region, and this investment will improve the quality of life for families and residents.”

The investment will go toward buying new equipment; carrying out landscaping and other land work; erecting new signs; and servicing the walking trail.

Provincial, federal funding for infrastructure upgrade in Upper Miramichi

UPPER MIRAMICHI (GNB) – The provincial and federal governments are investing a combined $56,598 to upgrade the community park in the rural community of Upper Miramichi. “Our government is proud to invest in important community infrastructure projects that promote healthy living for residents and families, and that make our communities even better places in whichContinue Reading

$1.4-million bridge repairs to be carried out in Blackville

$1.4-million bridge repairs to be carried out in Blackville

BLACKVILLE (GNB) – Southwest Miramichi Bridge No. 2, located on Route 118 in Blackville, will undergo $1.4 million in repairs during the next two years. “The work involves full-deck rehabilitation on most of the structure,” said Transportation and Infrastructure Claude Williams. “Phase One will begin in early July and will continue into the fall. TheContinue Reading

Province invests in infrastructure improvements at local arena

RENOUS (GNB) – The provincial government is investing $90,000 in infrastructure improvements to the Tom Donovan Arena in Renous. “Our government’s investment will help ensure this important recreational facility is available to serve the entire Renous region for many years to come,” said Economic Development Minister Paul Robichaud. “The provincial government is proud to investContinue Reading