Monthly Archives: July 2016

Prominent public policy scholar Dr. Herb Emery joins UNB

Prominent public policy scholar Dr. Herb Emery joins UNB

Dr. Herb Emery, a pre-eminent economist and public policy scholar, is joining the University of New Brunswick as the Vaughan Chair in Regional Economics. An advisor to federal and provincial policymakers, Dr. Emery comes to the University of New Brunswick from the University of Calgary. A prominent focus of his research is on the development… Read more »

Brendon Oreto Golf Tournament Kinger Classic

Brendon Oreto Golf Tournament Kinger Classic

The Brendon Oreto Foundation helps to provide assistance to families who need help with fees and/ or equipment so that their children are able to play hockey. Besides the Hockey School that they run each fall, one of their main fundraising events is the Kinger Classic Golf Tournament that is put on each year by… Read more »

Fredericton Community Foundation Supports Ducks Unlimited

Fredericton Community Foundation Supports Ducks Unlimited

For many students in the Fredericton community Ducks Unlimited is an exciting stop on the field trip list. As a registered Charity they do far more then conserve Wetlands which they are most known for. Now with their Wetland Centre of Excellence Program Ducks Unlimited has the unique opportunity to partner with Fredericton High School… Read more »

2016 Dooryard Arts Festival Happens Soon

2016 Dooryard Arts Festival Happens Soon

The 2016 Dooryard Arts Festival kicks off on Thursday July 21st and runs through Saturday July 23rd in Woodstock. Thursday at the main stage is going to be a great time, full of local talent. Opening up the evening will be local group Luke and the Drifters. Read more »

UNB staff member honoured for breaking down barriers

UNB staff member honoured for breaking down barriers

For years, Kelley Flowers, disability resource co-ordinator at the University of New Brunswick’s Fredericton campus, has been breaking down barriers for students with disabilities. Ms. Flowers was recently given the Disability Awareness Week Award from the Premier’s Council on the Status of Disabled Persons as part of the 2016 Disability Awareness Week activities. The award… Read more »

Fredericton Community Foundation Supports CNIB

Fredericton Community Foundation Supports CNIB

More than 10,300 New Brunswickers have significant vision loss and over 52,000 have a serious eye disease that may result in life-altering, permanent vision loss. In the Fredericton region, CNIB supports 1200 individuals who are blind or partially sighted and are in varying stages of adjusting to vision loss. Many of them need rehabilitation, training… Read more »

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