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Welcome to the fall issue of InSight, the official magazine of the City of Saint John. This past summer was a busy season for our employees who deliver road maintenance services. In this issue we highlight the work these crews have accomplished.

PlanSJ has reached a project milestone. At the end of September 2011, Council announced its intention to consider adopting the Municipal Plan. Find out more inside.

In 2012, Harbour Clean-Up will be complete. Check in on the progress.

InSight is published three times a year to provide you, our citizens, with in-depth information about City services, policies and initiatives. More than 40,000 copies of each issue are distributed – enough for each household and business in Saint John. InSight is also available online at

InSight has been printed with soy-based vegetable ink on Enviro 100 paper (made from 100% post consumer waste).

Please recycle InSight or pass it along when you are finished.

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On the Horizon (next issue December 2011) • Winter in the City • Union Street – a Changing Streetscape • Saint John in Bloom – Our Parks and Landscape Service

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Painting the picnic tables at Dominion Park Clean-Up Day


Saint John celebrates four national hockey championships (see story below)


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Sprucing up heritage buildings on Prince William Street

Runners from Marathon By-the-Sea cross the Reversing Falls Bridge

A performance on an uptown street

The night sky at The Irving Nature Park, recently designated as Canada’s first Urban Star Park

Celebrating Hockey Excellence

New billboards and banners around the city are reminding residents that teams from Saint John have captured four national hockey championships.

The billboards are placed at key entrances to the city and the banners hang outside Harbour Station and the Lord Beaverbrook Rink.

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