A day in the life of Danny D'Amours

Employment and Unemployment in New Brunswick – October 2007

Last Friday, Statistics Canada released their latest Labour Force Information update. The headline results appear quite rosy. Nationally, 63000 jobs were created and the unemployment rate fell to a 33 year low of 5.8%. One highlighted detail is that most of the employment gains were in the health care and social assistance fields – taxpayer […]

November 8th, 2007 Posted by Danny D'Amours | Business, Economics, Fredericton, New Brunswick | one comment

Irving’s Brunswick News vs. Kenneth Langdon and the Carleton Free Press – Part 4

The Verdict For a bit of history of this case see my previous posts on the subject. Last Friday, Justice Peter Glennie delivered his verdict on the injunction request by Brunswick News against its former Woodstock Bugle-Observer publisher William Kenneth Langdon and the Carleton Free Press. The most controversial portion of the requested injunction which […]

November 7th, 2007 Posted by Danny D'Amours | Business, Fredericton, Media, New Brunswick | no comments

Batten down the hatches – Noel is on its way….

Although no longer classified as a hurricane but a post-tropical storm, Noel is headed for the Maritimes and headed my way. It has been raining since 5 o’clock and the wind has really picked since 7 o’clock. The forecast is calling for up to 100 mm of rain and winds up to 120 km/h which […]

November 3rd, 2007 Posted by Danny D'Amours | Atlantic Canada, Fredericton, Misc, New Brunswick | no comments

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