Jim Bronskill, Bruce Cheadle, The Canadian Press, The Star, Jan 08 2014
What is being called a controlled burn had been raging for more than 18 hours in northwestern New Brunswick late Wednesday after 17 cars on a CN train — some carrying propane, others crude oil — derailed and caught fire.
Editorial, Vancouver Sun, August 16, 2013
Prospect of a pipeline to deliver oilsands crude embraced in New Brunswick, opposed in B.C.
Terry Pedwell, Canadian Press, Winnipeg Free Press, Feb 1 2013
OTTAWA - The federal government is firming up its support of two projects that would see oil from Alberta piped to Atlantic Canada.Natural Resources Minister Joe Oliver says he gave a tentative nod to one proposal in a meeting with industry giant Irving Oil.
Jane Taber, Shawn McCarthy, Nathan VanderKlippe, Globe and Mail, January 28, 2013
HALIFAX, OTTAWA and CALGARY —
New Brunswick Premier David Alward is headed to Alberta to inject some political momentum into a proposed $5-billion, cross-Canada oil pipeline that he describes as a nation-building project.
Bertrand Marotte, Globe and Mail, Mar. 24, 2010
Death of New Brunswick Power deal hurts plans to expand exports to U.S.
and Eastern Canada
CBC News, Friday, February 26, 2010
The New Brunswick government is delaying the $3.2-billion sale of NB Power assets to Hydro-Québec for nearly two months in order to hold a full public debate on the controversial deal.