A new agreement will strengthen cultural, artistic and heritage links between New Brunswick and Louisiana. Tourism, Heritage and Culture Minister Tammy Scott-Wallace (right) and Billy Nungesser, lieutenant governor of Louisiana, signed the agreement at a ceremony in Baton Rouge.
Team New Brunswick returns home with 19 medals following two weeks of competition at the 2022 Canada Summer Games, which took place in Niagara. Team New Brunswick flag-bearers, gold medalist hurdler Craig Thorne, of Quispamsis, and double gold medalist para athlete Christel Robichaud, of Grande-Digue, lead Team New Brunswick into Queen Victoria Park in Niagara Falls, site of the closing ...
Para swimmer Jesse Canney struck gold in the 200-metre individual medley para and wrestlers Kara Steeves, Vivian Kutnowski and Kai LeBlanc each garnered bronze medals for four medals Thursday at the 2022 Canada Summer Games in Niagara. In photo, Canney with his gold medal.
Safe and welcoming sport, physical activity and recreation the focus of minister’s meetings with counterparts
Tourism, Heritage and Culture Minister Tammy Scott-Wallace and her fellow ministers attended the federal, provincial and territorial ministers meeting in Niagara, Ont., to discuss sport safety issues, including concussions, and how to increase the participation of women and girls. From left: Nunavut Community and Government Services Minister David Joanasie; Northwest Territories Municipal and Community Affairs Minister Shane Thompson; Alberta Culture ...
New Brunswick para swimmer Jesse Canney claimed a silver medal on the first day of competition Sunday at the Canada Summer Games in Niagara. Canney won New Brunswick’s first medal of the summer games in the men’s 200-metre / 400-metre freestyle para event at the Eleanor Misener Aquatics Centre. From left: Nicole Smith, chef-de-mission, and Canney.
Fredericton’s Vivian Kutnowski and Durham Bridge’s Jesse Canney will be Team New Brunswick’s flag-bearers for the opening ceremony of the 2022 Canada Summer Games in Niagara.
The official opening has been held for a connector road that will make exploring the Fundy coastal region easier during the summer tourism season. From left: Transportation and Infrastructure Minister Jill Green; Frank Wilson, longtime proponent of the Fundy Trail Parkway; former premier Frank McKenna; Janice Franklin, widow of Mitchell Franklin, one of the leaders of the Fundy Trail Parkway’s ...
A five-year strategic vision is in place designed to make New Brunswick the province of choice to visit, and in which to live and build a business. From left: Tourism, Heritage and Culture Minister Tammy Scott-Wallace; Envision Saint John CEO Paulette Hicks; and Minister responsible for Economic Development and Small Business Arlene Dunn.