Smart Growth or Dumb Ass Move? By Doug James I’ve been saying for years that Saint John’s number one priority must be to attract new jobs and people to the city. In other words, “smart growth”. On the one hand, it...

Sanity and Sears

  The headline reads "Substantial doubt about survival says Sears CEO. ' Now who in the world would invest in that company? Well the Gallant NB Liberals of course.  Their response is 'Not to worry  only $2M up front is not protected.' (That...
  Before AFTER And another one bites the dust. What you see is the remains of what was once a 4 family rental property at the corner of Watson and Duke.  Since it has been demolished my best guess is that it...
Sea Belles Chorus Showcases A Cappella Harmony to Saint John School, February 22 Saint John, New Brunswick, March, 16, 2017 — Saint John Sea Belles Chorus, a chapter of Harmony, Incorporated, recently commemorated national Harmony Awareness Week with a special event...
The following is an extract from an article that I wrote February 2009 when the New Brunswick Department of Education was pondering the closure of inner city schools. Well DEC is at it again when it comes to a...

Tell Us How We Did Today

Kimmy and I went for coffee this morning at McDonald's on the west side as we do most morning. As it turned out a well know realtor that I've known for years dropped in for a coffee. I took...
  This morning I heard on CBC radio that the Estabrooks sexual abuse class action suit against the City will proceed. Kenneth Estabrooks was a police officer between 1953 and 1975 when his career as a police officer ended following...
The following is an article from a column I wrote for the Telegraph Journal in February 2010, 7 years ago. The article more or less captured a conversation I had about with a businessman about Moncton and their success...

High Priorities

Well folks we are really getting good value for the big raises our Councillors gave themselves. Councillor Reardon has obviously been working extra hard to seek out and raise awareness of the major priorities. Child Poverty rate you ask, NO; Growing numbers of vacant uptown...
Your be the judge; Progress or regression?
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