Local Contractors & Suppliers Benefit from SJ Field House Construction by Bill MacMackin

Nearly 60% of the tendered work on the field house is being done by or sourced from local Saint John companies. That number grows to over 70% when you look at New Brunswick suppliers, companies and employees. On top of that, construction manager and general contractor, Lindsay Construction has set up a local office plus hired over 20 local people to manage the project and erect the pre-engineered steel building.

The Saint John Field House is progressing well with construction nearing 30% complete. We are very proud to have a long list of local contractors and suppliers involved with the construction of this $25+ million facility.

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Field House President, Bill MacMackin stated, “We are thrilled there have been so many of the local companies being successful bidders on the project and that this project can benefit the local economy by supporting Saint John contractors & suppliers.”

We are proud of our local suppliers, workforce & contractors listed below for their involvement in the Saint John Field House Project.

 

by Bill MacMackin

Construction Started February 2018 - Official Groundbreaking February 21st. 

 MP Wayne Long, Hon Rick Doucet, Bill MacMackin, Frank Mccary, Mayor Don Darling. 

MP Wayne Long, Hon Rick Doucet, Bill MacMackin, Frank Mccary, Mayor Don Darling. 

Construction has started and we are now on schedule for the completion of our facility in the Fall of 2019.

Grand Bay-Westfield, Rothesay and Quispamsis come together to support the Greater Saint John Field House Project by Bill MacMackin

FOR RELEASE September 11th, 2017

 Mayor Grace Losier, Mayor Nancy Grant & Mayor Gary Clark

Mayor Grace Losier, Mayor Nancy Grant & Mayor Gary Clark

The Greater Saint John Field House Project is proud to announce the support of three of Saint John’s surrounding communities. Over the past year the councils of Grand Bay-Westfield, Rothesay and Quispamsis each voted to provide funding for the Fieldhouse. It is one of the first times that all three of these communities have united in their support of the same community fund raising campaign. 

“As a region, we benefit when we can partner together to support joint projects, and Grand Bay-Westfield is proud to make a $10,000 contribution to the capital campaign,” said Mayor Losier of Grand Bay-Westfield.

The field house project will feature two turf pitches for field sports, a running track, a community center and daycare, and multipurpose space for the community to use. These latest donations increase the community commitment helping push the project to a total of over $23 million. “The town of Quispamsis recognized that many of their citizens would use the Fieldhouse and have supported it with a $30,000 donation. We see it as a positive way to grow the recreational offerings in the region,” Said Mayor Gary Clark

Rothesay has also made a $5000 contribution to the Fieldhouse. " While not one of our community priorities, Council recognized the volunteer effort that has gone into this project, and the many people who will benefit. We wanted to show support for those volunteers and for regional recreation" said Mayor Nancy Grant.

“We are very proud to add the surrounding towns to our donor list,” says Bill MacMackin, Fieldhouse President. Phase one involves the construction of all the field house components plus some site improvements for the Exhibition Park property is expected to begin in late 2017 and be open for use in the fall of 2019.

Best Western, Delta, Hilton & the Saint John Hotel Association come together to make $60,000 donation to the Greater Saint John Field House Project. by Bill MacMackin

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The Greater Saint John Field House Project, is proud to announce the support of three of Saint John’s most notable prominent hotels and the city’s hotel association. The Best Western, Delta Hotel and the Hilton in partnership with the local Saint John Hotel Association have come together to contribute $10,000 from each hotel and a matching contribution of $30,000 from the hotel association.

The field house project will feature two turf pitches for field sports, a running track, a community centre and daycare, and multi-purpose space for the community to use. These latest donations increase the community commitment helping push the project to a total of over $23 Million. The hotel association saw great opportunities to increase our sport tourism business and the members are pleased to support the field house through matching donations made by their members.

“These latest donations just reinforce this facility’s potential to attract sporting events and its value to the hotel industry,” says Bill MacMackin, Project Leader.

Phase one involves the construction of all the field house components plus some site improvements for the Exhibition Park property is expected to begin in late 2017 and be open for use in the fall of 2019.

RBC donates $10,000 to the Greater Saint John Field House by Bill MacMackin

The Greater Saint John Field House Project is pleased to announce another donation this time from the RBC Foundation who have committed $10,000 to the project.

 Tom Gribbons VP and Branch Manager, RBC Dominion Securities, Bill MacMackin - President of Greater SJ Field House & Joanne McDermott, Mortgage Specialist, RBC Royal Bank

Tom Gribbons VP and Branch Manager, RBC Dominion Securities, Bill MacMackin - President of Greater SJ Field House & Joanne McDermott, Mortgage Specialist, RBC Royal Bank

“We are very pleased to support the Saint John community with this important project,” said Tom Gribbons of RBC Dominion Securities. “The Saint John area is my home, and the field house will help in making our region an even better place for people to live and work.”

The field house project will feature two turf pitches for field sports, a running track, a community centre and multi-purpose space for the community to use. The project which totals over $25 Million has now hit the $23 Million mark of confirmed funding.

“We are thrilled to welcome the RBC Foundation to our donor family and thank them for supporting this important project in Saint John. Their donation takes us a few steps closer to our goal which is to have the facility fully funded and under construction by this fall,” says Bill MacMackin, Project Leader.

Phase one involves the construction of all the field house components plus some site improvements for the Exhibition Park property is expected to begin in late 2017 and be open for use in the fall of 2019.

 

TD donates $30,000 to the Greater Saint John Field House Project. by Bill MacMackin

The Greater Saint John Field House Project is pleased to announce another donation from TD Bank who have committed $30,000 to the project.

The field house project will feature two turf pitches for field sports, a running track, a community centre and multi-purpose space for the community to use. The project which totals over $25 Million has now hit the $23 Million mark of confirmed funding.

“This latest gift demonstrates that businesses of all sizes want to support this project and for TD they are supporting the park spaces and wetland areas which strongly aligns with their brand and their environmental focus. We are thrilled TD had seen fit to complement our drive to build a top-class sports facility here in our region with an investment in surrounding green spaces,” says Bill MacMackin, Project Leader.

Phase one involves the construction of all the field house components plus some site improvements for the Exhibition Park property is expected to begin in late 2017 and be open for use in the fall of 2019.

Government of Canada, Province of NB and City of Saint John back the Field House Project. by Bill MacMackin

New sports facility to expand recreational and event-hosting opportunities in Greater Saint John

 

Saint John, New Brunswick, July 5, 2017—The governments of Canada and New Brunswick are investing in sports and recreation infrastructure to provide more ways for communities to come together and stay active while supporting economic development and middle-class job creation.

Wayne Long, Member of Parliament for Saint John–Rothesay, on behalf of the Honourable Amarjeet Sohi, Minister of Infrastructure and Communities, along with the Honourable Donald Arseneault, Minister of Post-Secondary Education, Training and Labour and minister responsible for the Regional Development Corporation, today announced $12 million in joint federal-provincial funding for the construction of the Greater Saint John Field House.

 

The new Fieldhouse will be the only facility of its kind in Southern New Brunswick featuring two indoor turfs, a 200-metre indoor track, fitness rooms, multi-purpose areas, community spaces and outdoor trails.

Once complete, it will provide residents of all ages with year-round access to diverse sporting activities and drive economic activity by allowing the region to welcome larger-scale sporting events.

 

Neighbourhood Open House Held June 12, 2017 by Bill MacMackin

The Greater Saint John Field House project and Exhibition Park Association hosted an open house for the neighbours with over 30 people attending. Those in attendance received a briefing on the project and the business plan behind plus the site improvements to manage storm water and provide park space. 

 Dan Glenn of Glenn Group provided an overview of the site improvements such as the storm water management area and park space. 

Dan Glenn of Glenn Group provided an overview of the site improvements such as the storm water management area and park space. 

For anyone who could not attend please feel free to email us with your questions. saintjohnfieldhouse@gmail.com

Subway Franchisees of Saint John area donate $12,000 to the Greater Saint John Field House Project by Bill MacMackin

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Subway Franchisees of Saint John area donate $12,000 to the Greater Saint John Field House Project.

 Bill MacMackin, Carol Fortune, Peter McMaster, Frank McCary & Tony Ratchford. 

Bill MacMackin, Carol Fortune, Peter McMaster, Frank McCary & Tony Ratchford. 

 

The Greater Saint John Field House Project is pleased to announce another donation from our local business community. Local Subway franchisees Carol Fortune, Peter McMaster and Tony Ratchford, have combined forces to commit $12,000 to the project.

 

Together, this group of local business people operate twelve Subway restaurants in the Saint John market and have pooled their resources to make this generous donation to the field house capital campaign. “We are very pleased to support the Saint John community with this important project,” said Peter McMaster. “The Saint John area is our home, and the field house will help in making our region a destination for sports,” added Tony Ratchford and Carol Fortune.

 

The field house project will feature two turf pitches for field sports, a running track, a community centre and multi-purpose space for the community to use. It requires that half of the $24 Million needed, be generated from the community and City funding with provincial funding, and federal funding making up the other half. The donation from this latest contribution further increases that community commitment which is now approaching $10.8 million.

  

“This latest gift demonstrates that local businesses of all sizes want to support this project and for Subway it just seems to align strongly with their brand and the location of their restaurants. We are thrilled that Peter, Carol and Tony have seen fit to support our drive to build a top-class sports facility here in our region,” says Bill MacMackin, Project Leader.

 

Phase one involves the construction of all the field house components plus some site improvements for the Exhibition Park property. In future, a second phase could include much-needed infrastructure requirements for the city, including a sports arena with two ice pads and act as a replacement for ageing community rinks.

Dr Neil Manson and Sharon Manson donate $10,000 by Bill MacMackin

 Dr Neil Manson presents the donation cheque to Bill MacMackin of the Greater Saint John Field House Project.  

Dr Neil Manson presents the donation cheque to Bill MacMackin of the Greater Saint John Field House Project.  

The Greater Saint John Field House Project is proud to announce a $10,000 donation from Dr Neil Manson and Sharon Manson.

“We want to thank the Manson’s for their generous support of the Field House Project for Saint John,” says Bill MacMackin, Project volunteer. “Neil and Sharon have been great supporters of sport in this community and are very active themselves. They know the importance of recreation investments like the field house which add to the quality of life for all families in our region. We are thrilled to add their names to our donor list.”

 The field house project will feature two turf pitches for field sports, a running track, a community centre, and multi-purpose space for the community to use. It requires that half of the $24 Million needed, be generated from the community and City funding with provincial funding, and federal funding making up the other half. This donation from further increases that community commitment which is now approaching $10.8 million.

Moosehead Breweries donates $25,000 to the Greater Saint John Field House Project by Bill MacMackin

Project One Step Closer to Fruition

 

SAINT JOHN, NB, FEBRUARY 20, 2017 - The Saint John Field House project Board of Directors is pleased to announce a $25,000 contribution from Moosehead Breweries.

The donation brings the $24 Million project one step closer to fruition.

“Half of the project funding must come from community members and the City,” says Bill MacMackin, Field House Board Chair. “Moosehead’s generous donation brings our total to $10.7 Million, which means our goal is within reach.”

Although work continues to secure the other half of the project funding, which will come from the Province of New Brunswick and the Government Canada, MacMackin is hopeful construction will begin in 2017.

“At Moosehead, we are committed to investing in our hometown, and that means supporting projects like the Field House Project,” says Andrew Oland, CEO. “The field house is an exciting project for Greater Saint John – it will provide year-round recreational opportunities for residents and visitors alike, and it will have an enormous positive impact on Saint John’s east side.”   

Phase one of the facility will feature two turf pitches for field sports, a running track, a community centre and multi-purpose space for the community to use. It will also include numerous site improvements for the Exhibition Park property.

“We are very proud to add Moosehead Breweries and the Oland family to our donor list,” says Ken Murphy, Campaign Volunteer. “They are one of Saint John’s most recognizable companies and their contribution will surely inspire others to follow suit. Momentum is growing - with each week, we see more and more indications of the community’s desire to support the development of this field house facility.”

Lawyers Howard Spalding & Gerald O’Brien of Cox Palmer donate $6000 by Bill MacMackin

 Howard Spalding (left) and Gerald O'Brien (Right) Present cheque to Styve Dumouchel. 

Howard Spalding (left) and Gerald O'Brien (Right) Present cheque to Styve Dumouchel. 

The Greater Saint John Field House Project is proud to announce a $6000 donation from some of Saint John’s best-known lawyers, Gerald O’Brien and Howard Spalding of Cox Palmer.

 

“We want to thank Howard and Gerald for their support of this important project for Saint John,” says Styve Dumouchel, Project volunteer. “We are thrilled that they have thrown their support this project through such a generous contribution. It is exciting to see the growing number of names on our donor list.”

 

The field house project will feature two turf pitches for field sports, a running track, a community centre, and multi-purpose space for the community to use. It requires that half of the $24 Million required, be generated from the community and City funding with provincial funding, and federal funding making up the other half. This donation from further increases that community commitment which is now approaching $10.75 million.

The McCain Foundation makes $50,000 donation to the Field House Project. by Bill MacMackin

The McCain Foundation makes $50,000 donation to the Greater Saint John Field House Project.

The Greater Saint John Field House Project is proud to announce the support of The McCain Foundation, a private foundation funded by McCain Foods Limited, which has contributed $50,000 to the field house capital campaign.

 

The field house project will feature two turf pitches for field sports, a running track, a community centre and daycare, and multi-purpose space for the community to use. It requires that half of the $24 Million required, be generated from the community and City funding with provincial funding, and federal funding making up the other half. The donation from The McCain Foundation further increases that community commitment which is now approaching $10.7 million.

  

“The McCain Foundation is dedicated to helping projects in Atlantic Canada that bring about positive change for health and welfare in our communities.’’ said Linda McCain, Chair of The McCain Foundation. ‘‘This project will significantly enhance the recreation opportunities in greater Saint John and play an important role in providing better wellness options for people from all over southern New Brunswick.’’

 

“This latest donation demonstrates that New Brunswick businesses big and small will support the development of this field house facility,” says Bill MacMackin, Project Leader. Campaign volunteer, Dr. Andrea Garland also noted, “McCain Foods is one of NB’s most recognized companies and we are very thankful for their support of this project through such a generous contribution. We are very proud to add them to our donor list.”

 

Telegraph Journal Jan 24 2017 by Bill MacMackin

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Field house project fundraising closer to goal line with $35,000 Soccer New Brunswick donation

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Kevin Topolniksi, the president of Soccer New Brunswick, left, presents a $35,000 cheque to Patti Forgeron, a volunteer with the Greater Saint John Field House project committee. The committee is $1.5 million away from its community fundraising goal of $12 million. Photo: Submitted

SAINT JOHN • The Greater Saint John Field House project is $35,000 closer to reaching its goal for community fundraising.

Soccer New Brunswick recently donated the sum to the project. Bill MacMackin, the board chairman of the field house project, said the soccer association’s donation brings the total community fundraising to $10.6 million, which is $1.5 million shy of their goal.

“We’re getting closer,” he said.

MacMackin said he was happy to have Soccer New Brunswick on board with the field house project.

“Soccer New Brunswick is one of the biggest sports federations in the province and probably one of the largest identified potential users of the facility,” he said.

“Just to have them as a provincial sport governing body willing to support us is really positive. It’s really a great sign and a great show of their confidence in the project.”

Phase one of the facility, with an estimated cost of $24 million, will feature two turf pitches for field sports, a running track, a community centre and daycare, and a multi-purpose space for the community to use. It will also include numerous site improvements for the Exhibition Park property.

Younes Bouida, the executive director of Soccer New Brunswick, said the $35,000 contribution came through the organization’s GOAL program, which is a new program created last year to contribute to initiatives in the provincial soccer community.

“We need winter soccer and people are looking for fine turf fields to play in the wintertime, so I think it’s a great investment and a great project to promote the activity during the winter and getting the kids having fun and playing their favourite sport.”

Bouida said there is a great need for an indoor soccer field in Saint John and it will give soccer players a chance to practice when there is snow on the ground.

“I think it’s a great opportunity to promote active and healthy living and I think it’s going to be used by different age groups.”

The field house will help Saint John soccer players who are aiming to play at the collegiate or professional level, said MacMackin.

“It makes it a year-round sport for the soccer community and for those athletes that are at a high performance level, it gives them the ability to develop their skills further,” he said.

“It would give us a chance to cultivate those athletes if they’re looking for an opportunity to hone their skills and get better. Facilities are an important part along with coaching to make sure those athletes develop properly.”

The construction of the field house will contribute to an influx of provincial soccer training and tournaments to Saint John. Bouida said one provincial event could bring as many as 200 players to the city as well as their families.

“They come with their parents, so you are looking at 600 people coming in one weekend for the training.”

The facility will also be used for other sports in the winter months, such as football or Ultimate Frisbee. MacMakin said there are 12-14 different provincial and national sporting events that could be brought to Saint John once the field house is built.

MacMakin said the committee is waiting for the confirmation of federal and provincial funding, but he said he is hoping to start the construction by the end of the year.

“We’d like to get across the goal line with our community fundraising over the remainder of the year as well.”

Plans for phase two of the project, with an estimated cost of $16 million, includes a sports arena with two ice pads. These facilities will support ice-related programs and sports and offer additional community-based space for multi-use events and gatherings.

''Just to have them as a provincial sport governing body willing to support us is really positive. It’s really a great sign and a great show of their confidence in the project.
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Soccer New Brunswick contributes $35,000 to the Field House by Bill MacMackin

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The Greater Saint John Field House Project is proud to announce the support of one of New Brunswick’s most major sports governing bodies, Soccer NB which is throwing their support behind the project.

 

The field house project will feature two turf pitches for field sports, a running track, a community centre and daycare, and multi-purpose space for the community to use. It requires that half of the $24 Million required, be generated from the community and City funding with provincial funding, and federal funding making up the other half. This latest donation increases that community commitment which now over $10.5 million.   

 

“Soccer NB is pleased to support the field house project and the Saint John community with this $35,000 contribution because we know how much a facility like this will mean to the development of our sport in Southern New Brunswick and across the province,” said Younes Bouida, Executive Director & Director of Technical Development. “The sport of soccer continues to grow and particularly in southern NB. We know that the Field House will play an important role in athlete development as well as drawing people to Saint John for events and tournaments.”

 

“This latest donation demonstrates again that the sporting community is prepared to get behind this project and support the development of this field house facility,” says Dr. Patti Forgeron, Field House Project volunteer. “We are very proud to have Soccer NB involved as a funding partner and look forward to working with them as one of the major user groups of the facility.”

 

Phase one of the facility involves all the field house components plus some site improvements for the Exhibition Park property. In future, a second phase could include much-needed infrastructure requirements for the city, including a sports arena with two ice pads and act as a replacement for aging community rinks.

Bird Construction makes $25,000 donation to the Greater Saint John Field House Project by Bill MacMackin

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The Greater Saint John Field House Project, continues to make real progress in its fund raising. They are very pleased to announce that Bird Construction has made a significant cash contribution of $25,000 towards the construction.

 

The field house project requires that half of the $24 Million required, be generated from the community and City funding with provincial funding, and federal funding making up the other half. This latest donation increases that community commitment which is approach $10.4 million.   

 

“Bird Construction is pleased to support the field house project and the Saint John community with this donation,” said Durck deWinter, Senior VP of Bird. “We live and work in this region employing over 200 people in the Atlantic District. We know that the Field House will play an important role in providing improved recreation and wellness opportunities for people from all over southern NB.”

 

“This latest donation shows once again that businesses in our community want to support the development of this field house facility,” says Bill MacMackin, Project leaders. Campaign volunteer, Styve Dumouchel also noted, “Bird managers are from here and know how much we need improved sports, recreation, and wellness facilities in this region. They were very keen to support this project as this generous contribution shows. We are very proud to add them to our donor list.”

Scotiabank supports the Greater Saint John Field House Project with a $30,000 donation. by Bill MacMackin

Scotiabank supports the Greater Saint John Field House Project with a $30,000 donation.

 

The Greater Saint John Field House Project, continues to add to its fundraising success for the new sports complex proposed for East Saint John. They are very pleased to announce that Scotiabank has made a generous contribution of $30,000 towards the construction.

 

The plan for this project requires that half of the $24 Million required, be generated from the community and City funding with provincial funding, and federal funding making up the other half. This latest show of support brings the total City and community commitment close to $10.4 million.  

 

“Scotiabank is very happy to support this exciting Saint John community project,” said District Vice President Suzan Snaggs-Wilson. “Scotiabank cares about the health of our communities where our staff and customers live and work. The Field House will play an important role in making the recreational opportunities in our community stronger for the whole southern NB region.”

 

“This shows once again the communities desire to support the development of this field house facility,” says Bill MacMackin, project leader and campaign volunteer. “Scotiabank sees what the project brings to Saint John for sports, recreation, and wellness. We are very pleased to add them to our donor list and thank them for their help and support in moving this project further along the road.”

 

City of Saint John lobbies for ice strategy to replace aging rinks by Bill MacMackin

City of Saint John lobbies for ice strategy to replace aging rinks - Sarah Petz Telegraph-Journal

   Saint John • The City of Saint John is hoping a regional recreation strategy can be a catalyst to replacing four aging rinks.

   As part of endorsing the Fundy Regional Services Commission’s regional recreation plan, council will push for the commission to use this initiative to develop an ice strategy for the greater Saint John region.

   The recreation plan, spearheaded by the Fundy Regional Service Commission, would see greater collaboration between communities and possible cost sharing when planning any future facilities in the greater Saint John region.

   Four city arenas, Charles Gorman, Hilton Belyea, Peter Murray, and Stewart Hurley, are nearing the end of their useful lives. The city estimates that it has about five to 10 years left before it has to replace them all and wants to be in the position to do so before their time is up, said Tim O’Reilly, deputy commissioner of parks and public spaces.

 Thirty-five per cent of the users of Saint John’s arenas come from outside the city, O’Reilly pointed out.   “It’s not going to impact just Saint John alone to not have these rinks, it’s going to impact the entire region,” he said.

   “Recreation is a big part of how people decide where to live, not only for the city of Saint John but the region. So if we don’t have enough rinks in the region to satisfy the demand, that’s one more disadvantage for people not to move to the region as a whole.”

   O’Reilly’s report argued that the ice surfaces for the proposed Exhibition Park field house fit well with both the city’s desire to replace its rinks and the goals of a regional recreation strategy.   Phase 1 of the facility will feature two turf pitches for field sports, a running track, a community centre and daycare, and multi-purpose space for the community to use. Phase 2 of the project includes a sports arena with two ice pads.

   Bill MacMackin, board chairman of the field house project, said the whole purpose of including two ice pads as part of plans for the facility was to give the city a viable option to replace these arenas when their lifecycles came to an end.   He added that he thinks the facility’s proposed location in east Saint John is well placed to replace them. The sooner the city can come up with a plan to do so, the better, he said.

   “It will take a number of years to flesh out a project like this and get it through to completion. Five to 10 years on the old arenas seems like a long time, but they fly by very quickly,” he said.

   The proponents of the project have always presented it as a regional facility, even though it would be located in Saint John, he said, adding that they’ve reached out to different communities to ask for capital contributions.

  On Monday, council also confirmed its support for $24-million complex. The city has committed to provide $4.2 million in funding over three years.

  MacMackin said he was “very pleased” to hear council affirm its commitment, adding that the project’s board has been responding “quite regularly”to city staff questions about it.

   “We’re respectful of their expertise and working very hard to build those ideas into our own operating strategy,” he said.

   “So we’re positive, but we also believe firmly that we can deliver a good project to the city and we need the City of Saint John’s support to do that.”

   The project’s board has thus far raised $10.3 million of the $12 million it needs in community fundraising for the project. That figure includes the city’s contribution.

   The plan requires that provincial and federal funding make up the other half.   One councillor did raise some concerns with using the ice strategy as the regional plan’s first project.

   Greg Norton said he was concerned that using arenas to test out the initiative, rather than something like a trail system that connects communities, would be divisive.

   “At the very start of it, before the conversation gets started, you have to decide where that rink is going to be built,” he said.

   “And that’s a dividing point, for not only the communities that you’re trying to involve, but Saint John itself.”

   Coun. Gary Sullivan said he agreed with Norton’s point, arguing that if the plan’s goal is to encourage regional co-operation, it might have more chance of success if its first project focuses on something that connects communities.

   The Fundy Regional Service commission will vote on whether to move forward with the recreation plan on Dec. 14.

Gary Crossman, assistant coach of the bantam aaa Saint John Sea Dogs gets ready for practice at the Lord Beaverbrook Rink on tuesday. Photo: Sarah Petz/telegraPh-Journal

The Lord Beaverbrook Rink is one of four arenas in Saint John that city staff estimate must be replaced in the next five to 10 years. Photo: telegraPh-Journal