Energy ministers to meet

September 20, 2005

ST. ANDREWS -- On September 20, 2005, federal, provincial and territorial ministers will gather for the 2005 Energy Ministers' Conference. The conference, which is the 62nd annual meeting of its kind, will be co-chaired by R. Bruce Fitch, New Brunswick Minister of Energy, and Deputy Minister Richard B. Fadden, on behalf of the Minister of Natural Resources Canada.

Location: The Fairmont Algonquin
184 Adolphus Street
St. Andrews, New Brunswick

Date/Time: Ministerial co-chairs will be available to the media on September 20, 2005, at 5:00 p.m. (ADT)
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Media can register to participate in the teleconference by calling NRCan Media Relations at (613) 992-4447.

For more information:

Government of New Brunswick:
Marc Belliveau
Director of Communications
Department of Energy
(506) 444-5912

Government of Canada:
Ghyslain Charron
Media Relations
Natural Resources Canada
Ottawa
(613) 992-4447

Tom Ormsby
Director of Communications
Office of the Minister
Natural Resources Canada
Ottawa
(613) 996-2007

Natural Resources Canada

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