Today, the Canadian federal government (have they finally dropped the ridiculous “new government” moniker?) introduced their annual budget for fiscal 2008-2009 (April 1, 2008 – March 31, 2009). Among the major highlights: Tax free savings account which allows individuals to invest up to $5000 per year (with carry forward of unused room) and receive tax […]
The Killarney Cup pond hockey tournament starts on Friday the 22nd at 6 pm at Killarney Lake in Fredericton and will continue throughout the weekend. There are already 65 teams registered with 4 of those being in the Ladies Division and 8 teams in the Over 35 category. This is up from the 61 teams […]
A new N-series Internet Tablet is born Tablet-guru.com has a possibly leaked picture of what appears to be a Nokia N830. There appears to be some speculation that this is the new internet tablet from Nokia and that it will be introduced at the CTIA Wireless event at the beginning of April. There hasn’t been […]
Vulnerability of the East Coast In one of my earlier posts, I pointed out the often overlooked fact that although Canada is a huge exporter of oil, it also imports a very large amount of crude from overseas as well. In fact all of Eastern Canada relies in imported crude oil for heating oil, diesel, […]
The 20th annual East Coast Music Awards and Conference are being held in Fredericton, New Brunswick from the 7th to the 10th of February. This is the first time that Fredericton hosts the awards festival and only the third time in its twenty year history that the show will be in New Brunswick (Moncton having […]
- Fixing up NB Power
- Google buys Motorola Mobility
- A unification of NB IT associations?
- ESRI ArcGIS for Android
- New Pita Pit open on Fredericton Northside
- New Brunswick’s deficit – Where did it come from?
- Let your ideas breakthru
- Android is taking over the mobile OS market
- Eliminating the penny?
- Google Maps 5.0 for Android Updates
- Chrome 8 beta features
- Open Government Initiative