An obscure statute dating from Confederation has Parliament frozen in time, forcing the government to print every new law on old-fashioned paper. Bureaucrats want to ditch those rules, end the costly printing and make digital versions the new standard —…
Jeff Alpaugh Custom based in Fredericton, New Brunswick  has recently been selected to  appear on the CBC television show, The Dragons Den. The company, which prides itself  on designing quality, game-changing dress shirts, opened  February of 2016 and is turning  heads in Fredericton.  JeffAlpaugh.com was founded by Jeff Alpaugh and Emilee  Boychuk,in February 2016.  Their bold branding, combined with Jeff’s unique background  in both the fashion industry  and the Canadian Armed Forcesas aninfantry solider, allows  them to open a new space  in the multi-billion dollar clothing industry. Theirmen’s shirts  showthat you can be both  fashion forward and masculine. Their line of custom fitted  women’s dress shirts will fill a  huge deficit in the North American marketplace.    Jeff Alpaugh Custom makes custom dress shirts.   Our value proposition is simple: perfect  fit, the ability to design your own shirt, and fashion  forward designs much bolder than  anything in the North American marketplace.  Our  vision is to make custom tailored clothing  more accessible to everyone by marketing our shirts  as an experience that is both fun and  stylish.  Our brand is aimed at men and women who  are loud, proud and ostentatious and  want to dress in a way that reflects that. We make  shirts that have high quality fabric and  craftsmanship.    Link: http://huddle.today/fredericton-maker-worlds-dangerous-dress-shirts-going-dragons-den/
Fredericton, NB (February 14, 2017) – With reports of close to 70 cms of snow down from yesterday’s winter storm, the City of Fredericton is providing the following summary of cleanup operations.  The City thanks the public for their continued patience…
A stolen school bus rammed two Saint John police cars Thursday morning, destroying one and damaging the other during a high-speed chase on the city's west side Thursday morning. No children were on the bus when it was stolen from the Lorneville home…
 A fibreglass plant in Minto is set to close in mid-March, resulting in the loss of 40 direct jobs, its quality assurance inspector says. Reggie Barton, who is also a village councillor, says the vice-president of Canadian operations from the…
The six victims killed in Sunday’s attack on a Quebec City mosque were a professor, a halal butcher shop owner, two cousins from west Africa, a civil servant and a pharmacy assistant. All of them leave behind children. Khaled Belkacemi,…
KABUL -- Two large bombs -- one triggered by a suicide attacker -- exploded near government offices Tuesday, killing at least 38 people and wounding dozens of others in the deadliest Taliban violence in Kabul in months. In southern Afghanistan,…
It's hands-down the most interesting part of the High On Life crew's Great American Road Trip. But since the four young Canadians issued an apology last week for inadvertently disrespecting Yellowstone National Park, their normally active Facebook page has gone strangely…
The five-month-old strike at Covered Bridge Potato Chips in Hartland has come to an end after unionized workers voted in favour of a deal on Tuesday. The two sides reached a collective agreement on Friday after negotiations resumed and then…
Fredericton's Patty Smith is trying to spread the word about hemochromatosis, a medical condition that forces her to have between one and three litres of her blood taken every three months — a process that will continue for the rest of her life. Stroke…