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The St. Andrews anomaly: How some N.B. businesses thrived through COVID-19

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The St. Andrews anomaly: How some N.B. businesses thrived through COVID-19

While businesses in many communities struggled to survive through COVID-19 , those in the town of St. Andrew's, New Brunswick , have thrived.

Trending Stories‘This will be Pierre Poilievre’s party’: Conservatives reckon with a new directionThe rise of the staycation, the Atlantic Bubble and the town’s reputation as a tourist spot led many locals to spend time and money in there.Simmonds says people were coming from all over New Brunswick, enough to make it feel almost like a normal summer season.

“It was amazing,” he says.St. Andrews Mayor Brad Henderson says the town wrapped that summer pulling in about 90 per cent of what it would have in a pre-COVID summer.“We were extremely lucky if you look at the pandemic and how other communities fared,” he says.

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Travel restrictions meant seasonal visitors likely not be returning that summer, but they also meant more New Brunswickers wouldn’t be travelling outside the province.Beth Penney NTV is headquartered in St.Editor: Unfathomable!  Someone actually stole the catalytic converter from the transport vehicle at St.“For example, threat actors may use wiper malware, which alters or permanently deletes your files once you pay the ransom.

Trending Stories ‘This will be Pierre Poilievre’s party’: Conservatives reckon with a new direction The rise of the staycation, the Atlantic Bubble and the town’s reputation as a tourist spot led many locals to spend time and money in there. Simmonds says people were coming from all over New Brunswick, enough to make it feel almost like a normal summer season. NTV is independently owned and operated and is broadcast in HD. “It was amazing,” he says. This vehicle is used to take them on various outings such as Stanley Park, The Petting Zoo, Pumpkin Patch, Queen Elizabeth Park, and even sometimes just out for a cruise to get some ice cream. St. Contact us:. Andrews Mayor Brad Henderson says the town wrapped that summer pulling in about 90 per cent of what it would have in a pre-COVID summer. “They attempt to encrypt their target’s network and they also steal data, that way even if the target is able to restore its system from backups, it’s still got the problem of what to do about stolen data.

“We were extremely lucky if you look at the pandemic and how other communities fared,” he says. I doubt these criminal elements in our society will even make it to their twilight years, but just maybe, one day, they will be living in care home facility pondering their past actions. He says 2021 was even better. Henderson says the town did lose one business, but it may reopen at some point. At least three others have opened, as well, including St. Andrews Brewing Company in 2022. “The City of Plainview in Minnesota, Hercules in California, Brownsville Public Utilities Board in March, Gordon County in Georgia in March, the City of Colona in Illinois.

READ: “The support has been incredible,” says co-owner Jess Doucette. Story continues below advertisement Doucette says she and the two other co-owners likely would’ve opened sooner, but the unknown of the COVID-19 pandemic made her hesitant. She says finally she felt ready and her partners talked her into opening up. She says a lot of their customers have told her they discovered or re-discovered the area thanks to the pandemic. “It’s kind of rediscovering their province. Incident comes on heels of cyberattack in Elgin County The St.

I think that came from the pandemic, but I feel like that’s going to continue,” Doucette says. “I feel like they’ve found a new love.” © 2022 Global News, a division of Corus Entertainment Inc. .