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Everyone wants a new school for their community, but the process of choosing where a new school is built needs to change. At least that's what some citizens and municipalities say. They say one of the biggest infrastructure investments in a community deserves a lot more community input. Vanessa Blanch has that story.…
 
The International Welcome Centre at Anglophone South School District helps newcomer families get their children registered for school and it's been much busier this year, with so many families arriving from Ukraine and elsewhere. We spoke with its administrator, Nathalie Graham.
 
There's a lot going on at the port these days. We're at the height of the cruise season. The port modernization project is well underway at the west site terminal, and it celebrates its three millionth cruise guest this week. Craig Bell Estabrooks, president and CEO of Port Saint John, joins us with an update on it all.…
 
Kendall Kadatz, president of Future St. Stephen, hopes to help a new community working group on homelessness to find its feet because they've been seeing an uptick on the number of people sleeping rough in St. Stephen. Then we hear from Xander Gopen, senior planner with the Southwest New Brunswick Service Commission, on the upcoming housing symposi…
 
Saint John councillors took a step toward changing how housing development works in the city by asking the city manager to figure out a plan for a new municipal housing entity. Joanna Killen was one of the councillors behind the motion.Joanna Killen is a Ward 1 councillor in Saint John.
 
Mike McCoy, a developer and property owner in Saint John, offers his thoughts on talk around the city council horseshoe about attaching deadlines to construction projects. Then, we hear from Paulette Hicks, CEO of the regional growth agency, Envision Saint John.
 
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