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Another Big Year For Tourism In Saint John

Local Hotel Stays up by 5.8 Per Cent So Far This Year, Tourism Contributes $240,000,000 To Local Economy Saint John, November 3– Saint John is on track for a record-setting tourism year. New data from STR, in independent authority on hotel industry performance, found that occupancy in Saint John’s hotels is up 5.8 per cent… Read More


Saint John to host the 2018 Canada 55+ Games Valued at $3M

Saint John, NB October 14, 2016 – Saint John, New Brunswick has been officially announced as the host city for the 2018 Canada 55+ Games bringing over 1500 delegates and having an economic impact of approximately $3M. The games will take place August 21-24, 2018 at venues throughout the city and Quispamsis. “Winning the bid… Read More


A Saint John food-and-drink staycation

Craig Pinhey – Telegraph Journal There was a time not that long ago when the words “fine dining” and Saint John were never mentioned in the same breath. That time has passed. One could make a very strong argument that Saint John has the most vibrant dining scene in New Brunswick, and is the food… Read More


Saint Awesome results at the Summit International Awards

For Immediate Release: Discover Saint John is proud to announce they have recently won two Summit International Awards. A Gold in the ‘Out of Home Vehicle Graphics’ category and a Bronze in ‘Consumer Digital Campaign’. Using a “story-teller” approach to messaging, Discover Saint John and their Agency partner HAWK, developed the award winning “Saint Awesome”… Read More


Saint John Welcomes Rogers Hometown Hockey

Rogers Hometown Hockey is coming to Saint John. The two-day celebration, which will be held Oct. 22-23 on Long Wharf, will highlight the city and explore its deep hockey roots. Hockey Night in Canada host Ron MacLean and co-host Tara Slone will be here to deliver unique hockey stories to a nation-wide audience. Saint John… Read More


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