Saint John, New Brunswick

What is Saint John, New Brunswick known for?


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new stainless steel Budd Company cars purchased for ''The Canadian''. Despite running between two Canadian cities, this service is international, since this CPR route runs across the state of Maine (see: International Railway of Maine). The band went on a large overseas tour, beginning on June 1, 2007. They temporarily came back in mid June to play shows at the MuchMusic Video Awards, the Molson Amphitheatre in Toronto, and the Festival d'été de Québec in Quebec City. They returned overseas, selling out multiple venues in Australia and performing at the MTV Australia Video Music Awards. They had planned to end their tour on September 3, but the band played shows in St. John's, Newfoundland, Saint John, New Brunswick and Halifax, Nova Scotia (Halifax Regional Municipality) on September 5, 7 and 8, respectively. '''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.


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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


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been significant and consistent commercial and retail development in the Westmorland Road-McAllister Drive-Consumer's Drive-Major's Brook Drive-Retail Drive corridor since the 1970s, including McAllister Place, the city's largest shopping mall, which opened in 1978, and with active year-to-year development since 1994. The city's current airport is located further east on the coastal plain among several lakes at the far eastern edge of the municipality. Far east side is Loch Lomond, including


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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.


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province of Ontario until his resignation on 15 March 1966. DATE OF BIRTH 16 April 1886 PLACE OF BIRTH Saint John (Saint John, New Brunswick), New Brunswick DATE OF DEATH 29 March 1966 After staying in the United States for five years, she then travelled to Canada in 1920, visiting Saint John (Saint John, New Brunswick), Montreal, London (London, Ontario) and Saint Thomas where she arranged teaching programs. She then travelled to Mexico and then Guatemala where she was going to meet with the president, but due to a political revolution, the meeting never happened. By 1921, her breast cancer had spread and she was in frequent pain; her father's health was also failing, and thus her travels become more limited. thumb left The Algonquin in the 1920s (Image:Algonquin hotel circa 1928.jpg) Under CPR ownership, the resort flourished with numerous famous guests staying under its roof during the 20th century. As the vast majority of guests arrived at St. Andrews by passenger train, CPR built a large transfer station at the junction between the St. Andrews line and the Saint John (Saint John, New Brunswick)-Montreal main line in McAdam (McAdam, New Brunswick). This station also included a large 30-room hotel on its second floor, largely built to service the patrons of the St. Andrews resort. # ''Hit the Deck'' - Mike and crew travel to Saint John, New Brunswick to help a homeowner whose second-story deck had recently collapsed, injuring the homeowner and several friends. Mike discovers the problem behind the collapse, and builds a replacement for the homeowner. Kevin Howe, the winner of the second ''Handyman Superstar Challenge'', also has a small guest appearance in this episode. # ''Rocky Reno'' - The Holmes crew travel to Canmore, Alberta to fix a front porch and entranceway that was part of an addition. The homeowners became wary of the original contractor after their product started to substantially differ from the plans, and the contractor demanded the completion payment well before the job was complete. thumb right Fort Edward (Nova Scotia) (File:FortEdward2006.jpg), named after Edward Cornwallis Cornwallis sought to project British military forces by establishing forts in the largest Acadian communities, which were located at Windsor (Windsor, Nova Scotia) (Fort Edward (Fort Edward (Nova Scotia))), Grand Pre (Grand Pre, Nova Scotia) (Fort Vieux Logis) and Chignecto (Isthmus of Chignecto) (Fort Lawrence). As a result, during Cornwallis' three years in Nova Scotia, Acadians and Mi'kmaq people orchestrated attacks on the British at Chignecto (Isthmus of Chignecto), Grand Pre (Siege of Grand Pre), Dartmouth (Raid on Dartmouth (1751)), Canso (Canso, Nova Scotia), and Halifax. The French erected forts at present day Saint John (Saint John, New Brunswick), Chignecto and Port Elgin, New Brunswick (Fort Gaspareaux). Cornwallis's forces responded by attacking the Mi'kmaq and Acadians at Mirligueche (later known as Lunenburg (Lunenburg, Nova Scotia)), Chignecto (Battle at Chignecto) and St. Croix (Battle at St. Croix). Others were sent to North America. The John Clancy family sailed directly from Rio de Janeiro to Portland, Maine in America. On the way, they were shipwrecked and lost another child. Another ship from Rio de Janeiro landed more than 200 Irish passengers at St. John (Saint John, New Brunswick) in New Brunswick, Canada, and 32 of them made their way to St. Andrews (St. Andrews, New Brunswick) in New Brunswick, Canada. Some arrived with little more than the clothes on their backs, while others had money to spend. *St. Joseph's College (St. Joseph's College (New York)) in Patchogue, New York, United States. *St. Malachy's Memorial High School in Saint John, New Brunswick, Canada. http: stm.nbed.nb.ca *St. Peters School in Mazagaon Mumbai, India Winnifred Blair of Saint John, New Brunswick was proclaimed the first Miss Canada on 11 February 1923 at an earlier, unrelated competition during the Montreal Winter Carnival. Government of New Brunswick: This Week in New Brunswick History Saint John, New Brunswick dates in history The runner-up in that event was Muriel Harper of Winnipeg, Manitoba (Winnipeg). '''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.


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From the start of the war in 1939 until VE Day, several of Canada's Atlantic coast ports became important to the resupply effort for the United Kingdom and later for the Allied land offensive on the Western Front. Halifax (City of Halifax) and Sydney, Nova Scotia became the primary convoy assembly ports, with Halifax being assigned the fast or priority convoys


Fredericton

; The main highway in the city is the Saint John Throughway (Route 1 (New Brunswick Route 1)). Route 1 extends west to St. Stephen (St. Stephen, New Brunswick), and northeast towards Moncton (Moncton, New Brunswick). A second major highway, Route 7 (New Brunswick Route 7), connects Saint John with Fredericton. There are two main road crossings over the Saint John River: the Harbour Bridge (Saint John Harbour Bridge) and the Reversing Falls Bridge, approximately

a great and powerful organization, with British Institutions, British sympathies, and British feelings, bound indissolubly to the throne of England (Monarchy of the United Kingdom)." The major communities of the region include Halifax (Halifax Regional Municipality) and Sydney (Cape Breton Regional Municipality) in Nova Scotia, Saint John (Saint John, New Brunswick), Fredericton and Moncton in New Brunswick, and Charlottetown in Prince

Edward Island. In the 2011 census, the population of the city of Fredericton was 56,224Fredericton&SearchType Begins&SearchPR 13&B1 All&Custom 2006 Community Profiles - Census Metropolitan Area Census Agglomeration ref>


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flyers author date work publisher The Billy Club accessdate October 18, 2007 As of September 11, 2007, the band has indicated that their 18-month tour has officially ended, and they are "home for a while to catch their breath a little before they start writing the next record." Said by Ben on the official message boards (July 1, 2008). Retrieved on July 23, 2008. In the meantime, a live DVD album called '' 666 (Billy Talent

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). '''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.


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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<


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continuing his medical studies at Dalhousie University, he set up practice in Saint John (Saint John, New Brunswick) in 1984, retiring in 2006. Doherty also lectured in the Department of Ophthalmology at Dalhousie University, was a visiting ophthalmologist on the island of Dominica and, from 1994 to 2003, served as consulting eye physician for the Saint John Flames. During this time when Nova Scotia briefly became a Scottish Colony, there were three battles between the Scots

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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