Woodstock, New Brunswick

What is Woodstock, New Brunswick known for?


legal association

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association liberal

'''CJCJ-FM''' is an hot adult contemporary radio station broadcasting from Woodstock, New Brunswick, Canada. The station operates at 104.1 MHz FM (FM broadcasting). Born in Woodstock (Woodstock, New Brunswick), New Brunswick, the son of Robert Graham and Letha Delong, Graham attended school in Centreville (Centreville, New Brunswick). He became a small business owner and was involved in local politics at the school board level. He married Shelley McDougall in 1972. In the 1991 provincial election (New Brunswick general election, 1991), Graham was defeated by Liberal (New Brunswick Liberal Association) incumbent Fred Harvey (Fred Harvey (politician)), however Harvey's victory was later declared void when Harvey was convicted of violating election spending laws. Graham was successful in a by-election in 1993 winning the Carleton North seat. Graham went on to be re-elected in the new electoral district of Carleton (Carleton (New Brunswick provincial electoral district)) in the 1995 (New Brunswick general election, 1995), 1999 (New Brunswick general election, 1999), 2003 (New Brunswick general election, 2003) and 2006 (New Brunswick general election, 2006) elections (List of New Brunswick general elections (post-Confederation)).


contemporary radio

was acclaimed in '''Woodstock (Woodstock, New Brunswick)''', while Jean-Eudes Savoie was also acclaimed in '''Tracadie-Sheila (Tracadie-Sheila, New Brunswick)'''. '''CJCJ-FM''' is an hot adult contemporary radio station broadcasting from Woodstock, New Brunswick, Canada. The station operates at 104.1 MHz FM (FM broadcasting). Born in Woodstock (Woodstock, New Brunswick), New Brunswick, the son of Robert Graham and Letha Delong, ref name "parlg" >


providing support

, record keeping, implementation of policies and directives, and providing support to all other departments and the Town Council. The position of Chief Administrative Officer was formerly known as Town Manager. Woodstock was the first town in New Brunswick to have a Manager-Council form of government. <


record keeping

, record keeping, implementation of policies and directives, and providing support to all other departments and the Town Council. The position of Chief Administrative Officer was formerly known as Town Manager. Woodstock was the first town in New Brunswick to have a Manager-Council form of government. '''CJCJ-FM''' is an hot adult contemporary radio station broadcasting from Woodstock, New Brunswick, Canada. The station operates at 104.1 MHz FM (FM broadcasting). Born in Woodstock (Woodstock, New Brunswick), New Brunswick, the son of Robert Graham and Letha Delong, Graham attended school in Centreville (Centreville, New Brunswick). He became a small business owner and was involved in local politics at the school board level. He married Shelley McDougall in 1972. In the 1991 provincial election (New Brunswick general election, 1991), Graham was defeated by Liberal (New Brunswick Liberal Association) incumbent Fred Harvey (Fred Harvey (politician)), however Harvey's victory was later declared void when Harvey was convicted of violating election spending laws. Graham was successful in a by-election in 1993 winning the Carleton North seat. Graham went on to be re-elected in the new electoral district of Carleton (Carleton (New Brunswick provincial electoral district)) in the 1995 (New Brunswick general election, 1995), 1999 (New Brunswick general election, 1999), 2003 (New Brunswick general election, 2003) and 2006 (New Brunswick general election, 2006) elections (List of New Brunswick general elections (post-Confederation)).


significant size

Brunswick and remove ''Significant holdings'' section. The building seems notable but there is not enough content to constitute its own article. If more information is added and becomes a significant size, it can be moved back to this branch article. Zhatt (User:Zhatt) 20:40, 12 October 2005 (UTC) **Again, those are editorial actions, not arguments to delete. (Wikipedia:Merging and moving pages). Go ahead and do it. User:Dystopos Dystopos


title power

The Flooding Problem in the Saint John River Basin date December 1973 publisher Inland Water Directorate page 34 chapter Causes of Flooding dam and its powerhouse (power station) '''CJCJ-FM''' is an hot adult contemporary radio station broadcasting from Woodstock, New Brunswick, Canada. The station operates at 104.1 MHz FM (FM broadcasting). Born in Woodstock (Woodstock, New Brunswick), New Brunswick, the son of Robert Graham and Letha Delong, Graham attended school in Centreville (Centreville, New Brunswick). He became a small business owner and was involved in local politics at the school board level. He married Shelley McDougall in 1972. In the 1991 provincial election (New Brunswick general election, 1991), Graham was defeated by Liberal (New Brunswick Liberal Association) incumbent Fred Harvey (Fred Harvey (politician)), however Harvey's victory was later declared void when Harvey was convicted of violating election spending laws. Graham was successful in a by-election in 1993 winning the Carleton North seat. Graham went on to be re-elected in the new electoral district of Carleton (Carleton (New Brunswick provincial electoral district)) in the 1995 (New Brunswick general election, 1995), 1999 (New Brunswick general election, 1999), 2003 (New Brunswick general election, 2003) and 2006 (New Brunswick general election, 2006) elections (List of New Brunswick general elections (post-Confederation)).


small public

long provincial highway (state highway) in New Brunswick, which serves a connector route between Interstate 95 (Interstate 95 in Maine) (I-95) and U.S. Route 2 (U.S. Route 2 in Maine) (US&nbsp;2) at the Houlton–Woodstock Border Crossing near Houlton (Houlton, Maine), Maine, United States to Route 2 (New Brunswick Route 2), which is part of the Trans-Canada Highway, in Woodstock (Woodstock, New Brunswick), New Brunswick, Canada. Prior to the construction of Route 95, the connection between the two cities was served by '''Route 5'''. In 2004 the New Brunswick government completed a roadworks project to turn Route 95 into a full freeway for its entire length. *Grand Falls (Grand Falls, New Brunswick) - CIKX-FM *Woodstock (Woodstock, New Brunswick) - CJCJ-FM thumb 180px left Mactaquac Dam (Image:Mactaquac1.jpg)Further south at Woodstock (Woodstock, New Brunswick), the river leaves the Upper Valley and turns east, heading away from the border region. It is joined by the Nackawic stream at Nackawic (Nackawic, New Brunswick) and passes small communities such as Bear Island (Bear Island (New Brunswick)). After passing the Mactaquac Dam it continues eastward until it eventually reaches New Brunswick's capital city Fredericton (where it becomes navigable), and then the military town of Oromocto (Oromocto, New Brunswick). Turning south from Oromocto, the river is joined by the short Jemseg River which empties New Brunswick's largest lake, Grand Lake, New


acclaimed

was acclaimed in '''Woodstock (Woodstock, New Brunswick)''', while Jean-Eudes Savoie was also acclaimed in '''Tracadie-Sheila (Tracadie-Sheila, New Brunswick)'''. '''CJCJ-FM''' is an hot adult contemporary radio station broadcasting from Woodstock, New Brunswick, Canada. The station operates at 104.1 MHz FM (FM broadcasting). Born in Woodstock (Woodstock, New Brunswick), New Brunswick, the son of Robert Graham and Letha Delong, ref name "parlg" >


current radio

into the United States as Interstate 95 (Interstate 95 in Maine). Media Woodstock has a small set of media, consisting of a radio station and a newspaper, The Bugle-Observer. The community is also served by WAGM-TV in Presque Isle, Maine in addition to regional Global (Global Television Network), CTV (CTV television network) and CBC Television newsrooms in Fredericton and Saint John (Saint John, New Brunswick). Radio Woodstock's current radio station is 104.1 FM CJCJ (CJCJ-FM), branded as CJ 104. In May 2009, the station name was changed to CJ 104, to reflect a shift in the type of music being played by the station, from light rock to contemporary. '''CJCJ-FM''' is an hot adult contemporary radio station broadcasting from Woodstock, New Brunswick, Canada. The station operates at 104.1 MHz FM (FM broadcasting). Born in Woodstock (Woodstock, New Brunswick), New Brunswick, the son of Robert Graham and Letha Delong, Graham attended school in Centreville (Centreville, New Brunswick). He became a small business owner and was involved in local politics at the school board level. He married Shelley McDougall in 1972. In the 1991 provincial election (New Brunswick general election, 1991), Graham was defeated by Liberal (New Brunswick Liberal Association) incumbent Fred Harvey (Fred Harvey (politician)), however Harvey's victory was later declared void when Harvey was convicted of violating election spending laws. Graham was successful in a by-election in 1993 winning the Carleton North seat. Graham went on to be re-elected in the new electoral district of Carleton (Carleton (New Brunswick provincial electoral district)) in the 1995 (New Brunswick general election, 1995), 1999 (New Brunswick general election, 1999), 2003 (New Brunswick general election, 2003) and 2006 (New Brunswick general election, 2006) elections (List of New Brunswick general elections (post-Confederation)).

Woodstock, New Brunswick

'''Woodstock''' is a Canadian (Canada) town in Carleton County (Carleton County, New Brunswick), New Brunswick located on the west bank of the Saint John River (Saint John River (New Brunswick)) at the mouth of the Meduxnekeag River, 92&nbsp;km north west of Fredericton and close to the Canada–United States border and Houlton, Maine.

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