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Erica Feltford Nov 23
I think it's fantastic that so many businesses in hot zones are closing their doors, but it's very important to remember that the overwhelming majority of businesses and affected staff will not have that luxury. We need broad support for all segments of the population.
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Richard Saillant Nov 23
I again read in the paper that NB is facing a gap of 120k jobs that will need to be filled through immigration. That’s complete baloney. It forgets that every year about 8,000 New Brunswickers reach working age, Actual gap is closer to 30-35k. Let’s get our facts straight
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Bryan Wilson Nov 25
"...everyone needs to be ready; so every New Brunswicker...should have a plan for self-isolation...
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Sh/\wn Nicholson Nov 26
I feel for the university students who were blindsided by this policy decision by Premier Higgs. Less than 8 hours notice.
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Lyle Skinner Nov 24
Very effective emergency communications by today respecting his departmental portfolio.
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Lyle Skinner 3h
Don is a great Clerk. Best in retirement to him.
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Lori Wareham (she/her) Nov 22
dear journalists: can one of you ask at a future update/covid-19 update if there will be advanced warning if provinces decide to break the bubble? Thanks
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Andrew Holland Nov 26
Nice initiative on the nature conservation front in New Brunswick. Well done and best wishes to & . looks forward to helping. We’ve worked in the Maritimes with people & communities since 1971 to conserve habitats & species at risk
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Linda Dalpé Nov 22
Loadw of great teaching tools in both French and English over at ! cc
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Kandise Brown Nov 26
105 active cases, a new record. Get Cronked.
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Dylan🌹BLM Nov 23
Normalize politicians who aren't afraid to call themselves socialists. Best of luck
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Kay Pear Nov 22
This is a fantastic thread that is equally relevant in Canada, including where we are currently experiencing a COVID surge but is prioritizing "the economy" and "Christmas shopping."
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Lyle Skinner Nov 23
Easier to error on the side of caution and wear a mask rather than to not wear a mask.
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Clara Pasieka on Politics Nov 25
This is an under-explored possibility. Thank you for helping us consider all possibilities.
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Darren Comeau Nov 25
First the Atlantic bubble burst, then someone's bladder...
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Bryan Wilson Nov 24
"Higgs was also questioned on Monday about the concerns people have over getting evicted in the middle of the pandemic."
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Charlotte County TV Nov 25
Bernard Lord, former Premier of , is the guest tonight on The Carr Brothers LIVE on :
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Lyle Skinner Nov 24
Unlike some Assemblies in Canada. New Brunswick does not have a fixed legislative calendar. Unless specified by another motion, when the House adjourns it will meet the next business day. A motion to vary that day is debatable and amendable.
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Ray Nov 30
Monthly Cases by Province
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Scotty & Tony Nov 25
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