Saint John, New Brunswick

What is Saint John, New Brunswick known for?


liberal association

party Liberal (New Brunswick Liberal Association) Foster was born in St. Martins, New Brunswick. He began work as a clerk with the Bank of New Brunswick at Saint John (Saint John, New Brunswick). He joined the merchant firm of Vassie and Company and became vice president and managing director after marrying Johanna Vassie, daughter of the firm's head. Active in community business affairs, Foster served as President of the Saint John Chamber of commerce Board of Trade

; Foulis himself was involved in legal battles over his invention for the remainder of his life. Famous Glaswegians - Robert Foulis, JR, accessed 05-09-08 Dysart was first elected to the Legislative Assembly of New Brunswick in 1974 (New Brunswick general election, 1974) to represent Saint John (Saint John, New Brunswick) North. She was the first female Liberal (New Brunswick Liberal Association), and second female of any party, to serve therein. She was re-elected in 1978 (New Brunswick general election, 1978), 1982 (New Brunswick general election, 1982), 1987 (New Brunswick general election, 1987) and 1991 (New Brunswick general election, 1991) and was a number of "firsts" in New Brunswick politics. She was the first woman to serve as the leader of a party in the Legislature (1985), the first woman to be Minister of Education (Minister of Education (New Brunswick)) (1987–1991) and first woman to be Speaker (Speaker (politics)) (1991–1995). thumb Warden Samuel L. Bedson, Manitoba Penitentiary(1880) (File:Warden Samuel Lawrence Bedson - 1880.jpg) In 1868, the first ''Penitentiary Act'' brought prisons in Saint John, New Brunswick and Halifax (City of Halifax), along with Kingston, under federal jurisdiction. Over the next twelve years, the federal government built Saint-Vincent-de-Paul Penitentiary in Saint-Vincent-de-Paul, Quebec (1873), Manitoba Penitentiary (Stony Mountain Institution), in Stoney Mountain, Manitoba (1877), British Columbia Penitentiary, in New Westminster, British Columbia (1878) and Dorchester Penitentiary, in Dorchester, New Brunswick (1880). In addition to these stations, Rogers owns news-talk stations in Kitchener (Kitchener, Ontario) (CKGL (CKGL (AM))), Halifax (Halifax Urban Area) (CJNI-FM), Saint John (Saint John, New Brunswick) (CHNI-FM), and Moncton (CKNI-FM). All of these are branded similarly to the company's all-news stations, and use a similar all-news wheel during morning and afternoon drive. city Miramichi (Miramichi, New Brunswick), Moncton, Fredericton, Saint John (Saint John, New Brunswick), St. Andrews (St. Andrews, New Brunswick) and Woodstock (Woodstock, New Brunswick) state New Brunswick ----- Location: Toronto, Montreal, Quebec City, Saint John, New Brunswick, Halifax (Halifax Regional Municipality, Nova Scotia), Canada and St. John's, Newfoundland (St. John's, Newfoundland and Labrador) ----- The '''Bank of British North America''' was founded in 1835 in London, England with offices in Toronto, Montreal, Quebec City, Saint John, New Brunswick, Halifax (Halifax Regional Municipality, Nova Scotia) and St. John's, Newfoundland (St. John's, Newfoundland and Labrador). It also operated agencies in New York City and San Francisco. Like the other Canadian chartered banks, it issued its own paper money. The bank issued notes 1852-1911. The end dates are the final dates appearing on notes, which may have circulated for some time after. The Bank of Canada was established through the Bank of Canada Act of 1934 and the banks relinquished their right to issue their own currency. death_date '''CHSJ-FM''' is a radio station at 94.1 MHz on the FM (FM radio) dial in Saint John, New Brunswick. The station plays country music under the '''Country 94''' branding. CHSJ is owned by Acadia Broadcasting, a subsidiary of Ocean Capital Investments. '''CJYC-FM''' is a Canadian radio station broadcasting from Saint John, New Brunswick at 98.9 MHz. It is owned and operated by the Maritime Broadcasting System. 98.9 Big John FM plays "EVERYTHING THAT ROCKS" and, was known as '''C98''' until August 2006. '''CIOK-FM''', better known as '''K100''', is an FM (Frequency Modulation) radio station broadcasting in the Greater Saint John (Saint John, New Brunswick) area of New Brunswick, Canada. The station currently carries a contemporary hit radio format programmed from sister station, CKCW-FM in Moncton. Prior to July 2009, it aired an Adult Contemporary format until changing to contemporary hit radio.


set title

album) 666 '' was released on November 27, 2007, featuring footage and audio from the band's performances at London's Brixton Academy, Düsseldorf's Philipshalle, and Germany's Rock am Ring festival (at the Nürburgring).


young good

led to Aitken acquiring control of the company. Stairs had given the untested and untrained Aitken an opportunity in business, just as Aitken would later do when he hired A.J. Nesbitt (Arthur James Nesbitt), a young dry goods (Good (economics and accounting)) salesman from Saint John, New Brunswick. Because Montreal, Quebec was, at that time, the financial centre of Canada, Aitken would send Nesbitt to open the Montreal branch of Royal Securities. - Saint John (Saint John, New Brunswick) 68,043 '''CHSJ-FM''' is a radio station at 94.1 MHz on the FM (FM radio) dial in Saint John, New Brunswick. The station plays country music under the '''Country 94''' branding. CHSJ is owned by Acadia Broadcasting, a subsidiary of Ocean Capital Investments. '''CJYC-FM''' is a Canadian radio station broadcasting from Saint John, New Brunswick at 98.9 MHz. It is owned and operated by the Maritime Broadcasting System. 98.9 Big John FM plays "EVERYTHING THAT ROCKS" and, was known as '''C98''' until August 2006. '''CIOK-FM''', better known as '''K100''', is an FM (Frequency Modulation) radio station broadcasting in the Greater Saint John (Saint John, New Brunswick) area of New Brunswick, Canada. The station currently carries a contemporary hit radio format programmed from sister station, CKCW-FM in Moncton. Prior to July 2009, it aired an Adult Contemporary format until changing to contemporary hit radio.


year creating

Brunswick Museum and the New Brunswick Community College are important institutions along with Radian6 and Horizon Health Network and many others are a part of Saint John's fast growing Research and Information Technology sectors. As the city moves away from its industrial past it now begins to capitalize on the other new growing economies in Saint John of tourism, having over 1.5 million visitors a year and 200,000 cruise ship visitors a year, creating a renaissance in the city's historic


good years

death_place St. John (Saint John, New Brunswick), NB (New Brunswick), CAN (Canada) career_start 1935 DATE OF DEATH September 22, 1986 PLACE OF DEATH St. John (Saint John, New Brunswick), NB (New Brunswick), CAN (Canada) 1972 and 1973 were good years for EPA. The number of passengers carried grew dramatically every year from 1969 until 1973. The company expanded, starting jet services into Saint John (Saint John, New Brunswick) and Fredericton (New


single game

-42. It was during this season that he was called up to play a single game for the Chicago Black Hawks (Chicago Blackhawks). Legends of Hockey - NHL Player Search - Bill Dickie - Saint John (Regional Hospital) (Saint John Regional Hospital) CSN6 Private Saint John Regional Hospital Atlantic Health Sciences Corporation Saint John (Saint John, New Brunswick) NB (New Brunswick) '''CHSJ-FM''' is a radio station at 94.1 MHz on the FM (FM radio) dial in Saint John, New Brunswick. The station plays country music under the '''Country 94''' branding. CHSJ is owned by Acadia Broadcasting, a subsidiary of Ocean Capital Investments. '''CJYC-FM''' is a Canadian radio station broadcasting from Saint John, New Brunswick at 98.9 MHz. It is owned and operated by the Maritime Broadcasting System. 98.9 Big John FM plays "EVERYTHING THAT ROCKS" and, was known as '''C98''' until August 2006. '''CIOK-FM''', better known as '''K100''', is an FM (Frequency Modulation) radio station broadcasting in the Greater Saint John (Saint John, New Brunswick) area of New Brunswick, Canada. The station currently carries a contemporary hit radio format programmed from sister station, CKCW-FM in Moncton. Prior to July 2009, it aired an Adult Contemporary format until changing to contemporary hit radio.


experimental music

Brunswick Youth Orchestra *Opera New Brunswick *Open Arts - a series featuring post-classical and experimental music *Port City Dance Academy *Saint John Chorale *Saint John Men's Chorus *Saint John Rotary Boys' Choir - a boys' choir founded in 1965 *Saint John String Quartet - performs an annual chamber music concert series *Saint John Theatre Company<


dance works

New Brunswick's past *Cantabile Women's Ensemble *Carleton Choristers *Connection Dance Works *Dirk Calloway * New


highly acclaimed

downtown (locally known as uptown) with many small businesses moving in and large scale waterfront developments underway such as the Fundy Quay being condo, hotel, office space along with the Saint John Law Courts and Three Sisters Harbour front condos. The Arts & Culture sector play a large role in Saint John's economy. The Imperial Theatre is home to the highly acclaimed Saint John Theatre Company, and the Symphony New Brunswick and hosts a large collection of plays, concerts and other stage


national energy

. Stephen, New Brunswick . The National Energy Board (NEB) has issued its Environmental Assessment Report (EA Report) on the proposed Brunswick Pipeline project. The main finding of the EA Report is that the project is not likely to result in significant adverse environmental effects, provided Brunswick Pipeline meets all of its environmental commitments, and all of the NEB’s recommendations are implemented.

Saint John, New Brunswick

'''Saint John''' is the largest city in New Brunswick and the second largest city in the maritime provinces. It is known as the Fundy City due to its location on the north shore of the Bay of Fundy at the mouth of the Saint John River (Saint John River (Bay of Fundy)), as well as being the only city on the bay. In 1785 Saint John became the first incorporated city in Canada. history public records and archives&nbsp;– The Official Site of The City of Saint John Le Site Officiel de The City of Saint John

Saint John had a population of 70,063 in 2011 over an area of across the Caledonia Highlands, with a population (as of 2011) of 127,761 making it the second largest CMA in New Brunswick behind Moncton and marking an increase of 4.4% since 2006.

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