Connecting NB - Poster

Connecting NB

City: Fredericton
Director: Jesse Anthony
Genre: Lifestyle

Connecting NB is a series looking into how transportation systems impact and connect people in New Brunswick. We highlight how these networks affect everyone in New Brunswick in ways you might not have realized.

To watch Connecting NB:

If you are already a Bell Fibe TV customer, go to channel 1, or watch it on demand with the Bell Fibe TV App.

If you are not a Bell Fibe TV customer, click here to learn more about Bell services.


Episodes

Episode 1

Grand Manan Ferry – We explore why the Grand Manan Ferry is so important to the island and how it connects businesses, people and communities together.

Episode 2

Active Transportation – We explore how active transportation makes the people of Fredericton happier, healthier and wealthier.

Episode 3

Fredericton Airport – We learn why air transportation is vital to the economy and well being of Fredericton.

Episode 4

Electric Vehicles – We learn about the current electric vehicle charging network in New Brunswick, why people are choosing electric vehicles more often and the future of this technology.

Episode 5

Highway Snow Removal - New Brunswick receives record snow falls and it is up to snow plow operators to make sure we are able to travel safely in the winter. This episode teaches us how much goes into keeping Highways clear in the winter.

Episode 6

Trucking Industry - The trucking industry impacts everyone in New Brunswick. We explore why the trucking industry is so important and interview a driver to get her insight on the job.

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