Only seven months into the year, development activity is approaching $100 million and is expected to approach all-time record levels.

The City of Fredericton reminds the public of the following hours of operation for Labour Day.

The Cities of NB Association today launched a public awareness campaign to highlight some key issues facing New Brunswick’s cities leading into the upcoming provincial election.

Based on public safety concerns identified on June 27th of this year by CBCL Consulting Engineers, and further to a Heritage Permit received from the Government of New Brunswick, the ornamental fen

The City of Fredericton Engineering & Operations Department (Parks & Trees Division) advises trail users that a section of the Gibson Trail, between Marysville Heritage Centre and Greenwood

Fredericton organizations offering recreational programming are invited to take part in the City’s FredRec Fest set for September of this year.

Vegetables have been spouting around the City of Fredericton this summer thanks to a new initiative introduced by City staff.  

Our City and Community are grieving together at this time; grieving for those who we have lost and grieving that the sense of safety within our community has changed.  It is going to take time to f

We are shocked and saddened by this morning’s tragic events.

Pointe-Sainte-Anne Boulevard to reopen to traffic