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The Shediac Town Council will hold a regular meeting on Tuesday, February 20, 2024, at 6 pm in the Council Chamber at Town Hall. The public is cordially invited to attend.

In addition, the regular meeting will be broadcast on YouTube, and those wishing to view the session may do so by clicking on the following linkIf you prefer to listen to the meeting in its original version without translation, please click on this link.

The agenda is available on the Town's website under Council meetings.

Sylvain Montreuil
Clerk
The Shediac Town Council will hold a regular meeting on Monday, February 5, 2024, at 6 pm in the Council Chamber at Town Hall. The public is cordially invited to attend.

In addition, the regular meeting will be broadcast on YouTube, and those wishing to view the session may do so by clicking on the following link.

The agenda is available on the Town's website under Council meetings.

Sylvain Montreuil
Clerk
Please note that pursuant to Section 68(1) of the Local Governance Act, Shediac Town Council has an in-camera session on January 29, 2024 at 6 PM.

The matters to be discussed pertain to Section 68(1) (c) and Section 68(1) (e). As permitted by the Act, this session IS NOT OPEN TO THE PUBLIC.
The Shediac Town Council will hold a regular meeting on Monday, January 22, 2024, at 6 pm in the Council Chamber at Town Hall. The public is cordially invited to attend.

In addition, the regular meeting will be broadcast on YouTube, and those wishing to view the session may do so by clicking on the following link.

The agenda is available on the Town's website under Council meetings.

Sylvain Montreuil
Clerk
The Shediac Municipal Council will hold a special meeting on Monday, December 18, 2023, at 6 pm. This meeting will be held virtually on Zoom. The public is cordially invited to participate using the following link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/82337472261?pwd=bGRtQy9QSFg2UXduTU00SFVDclVHdz09

The agenda will be available on the Town's website under Council meetings.

Sylvain Montreuil
Clerk
The Shediac Town Council will hold a regular meeting on Monday, December 4, 2023, at 6 p.m. in the Council Chamber at Town Hall. The public is cordially invited to attend.

In addition, the regular meeting will be broadcast on YouTube, and those wishing to view the session may do so by clicking on the following link.

The agenda is available on the Town's website under Council meetings.

Sylvain Montreuil
Clerk

Since 2013, the Town of Shediac has been celebrating its community builders and champions who have made the municipality shine at different levels and in different forms.

The objective of the Shediac Wall of Fame is to identify and pay tribute to citizens who have achieved remarkable performances and feats, as well as those who have made a noteworthy contribution to the development of the following categories: sports, business, volunteer work, arts and culture. 

The selection committee invites you to submit the name of an individual or group who has made a significant contribution to the heritage of the Town of Shediac.

Criteria and information can be found in this document.

SUBMIT A NOMINATION

The Shediac Multipurpose Centre Corrid'Art Gallery is currently accepting submissions for the 2024 exhibition season. Artists working in all artistic disciplines and curators with exhibition projects are invited to submit a portfolio.

soumission

General informations

  • Artists who have exhibited at the gallery during the current year are asked to wait before resubmitting an exhibition project.
  • Remuneration is $400 for a 2-month exhibition period to assist with set-up, dismantling and opening.
  • All submissions received will be evaluated by a selection committee, and a city representative will contact you with their decision.

Your submission must include (20 points)

  1. Artistic approach
  2. Biography and/or Curriculum Vitae
  3. Description of your project
  4. Ten photographs of recent works, identified, numbered and accompanied by a descriptive list :
    1. Title
    2. Year
    3. Artistic support
    4. Dimentions
  5. Relevant press kit

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PRESS RELEASE

July 12, 2023
For immediate release

Shediac is on course for another record year for building permits

Shediac, NB - For nearly four years, the Town of Shediac has been experiencing significant growth in residential and commercial construction. After three successive record-breaking years from 2020 to 2022, the municipality is on track to shatter all records set in recent years. In just six months, building permits have already surpassed the 2022 figure of over $69.5 million, reaching $76,526,485.

Shediac Mayor Roger Caissie is delighted with the results expected for 2023.

“It's true that we can count on a considerable building permit for the new nursing home currently under construction in Shediac," explains Roger Caissie. “However, we must take into consideration that all types of permits are up in the first six months of the year compared to last year."

In 2022, the Town of Shediac granted a total of 182 building permits. According to Mayor Roger Caissie, if the year continues on the same trend as the first six months of 2023, the lobster capital of the world could easily surpass the number of permits granted.

"From January to June 2023, already 116 building permits have been granted compared to 92 last year for the same period," explains Mr. Caissie. With six months left in the year, we're only 66 building permits short of last year's total."

The month of June 2023 was exemplary for the Town of Shediac, with a total value of almost $5.4 million in building permits. In residential permits alone, the municipality doubled the number of permits granted, with 38 for a total value of $3,881,363.

According to the mayor, the development of the Town of Shediac continues to ensure a balance of all aspects, such as the environment and the economy.

“Our municipality is experiencing significant growth, and we must continue on this path, while focusing on the aspects that make Shediac one of the best places to live," said Roger Caissie. Our municipality must retain its unique character that sets it apart from the rest."

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Media contact:

Sylvain Montreuil
Director of Communications
Town of Shediac

506-531-2229
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The Town of Shediac would like to inform residents and businesses that reconstruction work on Pleasant Street is planned between Belliveau Avenue and the Marina until the end of October 2023. The work will include the replacement of water pipes, storm sewers, sanitary sewers, granular materials, new asphalt, curbs and sidewalks, and re-turfing of affected areas.
The work is divided into two phases.
The first phase (Phase 1 – 8-10 weeks) will consist of the portion of the work between the Marina and the intersection of Robidoux and Pleasant Streets. Traffic in the construction zone will only be permitted to citizens who live within the affected work zone.
The second phase (Phase 2 – 12 weeks) will consist of carrying out the remaining part of the work, from Robidoux Street to Avenue Belliveau. Just like Phase 1, circulation in the construction zone will only be permitted to citizens who live inside the affected work zone.
During construction, Town of Shediac employees will install a temporary above-ground water system based on the phases of the project. Each house and establishment will be connected to this temporary system for the duration of the project phase.
Please note:
1) Access to the marina will be maintained at all times.
2) Due to work on Pleasant Street, John Lyons Park on Centennial Drive will be closed to the public effective immediately until later this fall.
This project aims to replace aging infrastructure and build capacity in the Town of Shediac. We ask for your cooperation and appreciate your patience as we work to improve our community infrastructure.
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