East Coast Favourites Earthbound Trio, Nausikaa and Wobble Wallah to play New Brunswick Permaculture Festival June 2-4

East Coast Favourites Earthbound Trio, Nausikaa and Wobble Wallah to play New Brunswick Permaculture Festival June 2-4

From folk to world bass to a country barn dance, only in New Brunswick would one find such an eclectic and strangely complementary line up. And only in New Brunswick will such a line up be connected to fermenting food, growing food forests, and learning about excavators. The Praxis Project Permaculture Festival June 2-4. Read more »

Vimy Ridge Never Leaves You

Vimy Ridge Never Leaves You

Arrive at Vimy Ridge before the sun rises to 8 am. Arrive while the birds are breaking the silent dawn with song. Arrive while mist still lingers and swirls in the shell craters. Stand. Face the monument. Be still. Listen. Feel the powerful sense of presence in this sacred place. Read more »

Province to host national summit for LGBTQ youth

Province to host national summit for LGBTQ youth

New Brunswick has been selected to host OUTShine, Canada’s LGBTQ youth summit. The bi-annual summit is presented by Egale Canada Human Rights Trust, which made the announcement at this year’s summit in Windsor, Ontario. “We are pleased to have been chosen to host this important event that celebrates our LGBTQ youth,” said Education and Early… Read more »

Release of New Brunswick Family Plan report on supporting those with addictions and mental health challenges

Release of New Brunswick Family Plan report on supporting those with addictions and mental health challenges

The provincial government has released a report on supporting those with addictions and mental health challenges. The report stems from the stakeholder engagement process to develop the New Brunswick Family Plan. “Good mental health is fundamental to the resilience of individuals, families and communities,” said Premier Brian Gallant. “Improving mental health will also increase productivity… Read more »

Book Review: “Black River Road” by Debra Komar

Book Review: “Black River Road” by Debra Komar

Canadian author and retired forensic anthropologist Debra Komar has written her fourth book examining a historical crime, Black River Road. Subtitled “An Unthinkable Crime, an Unlikely Suspect, and the Question of Character”, Ms. Komar searched back through historical court records to find this unique case of a murder committed outside the city of Saint John. Read more »

May is Sexual Assault Awareness Month

May is Sexual Assault Awareness Month

Premier Brian Gallant, who is also minister responsible for Women’s Equality, is encouraging New Brunswickers to seek opportunities for awareness and education during Sexual Assault Awareness Month. “Every community in New Brunswick has the power to create a supportive and responsive environment for victims of sexual violence,” said Gallant. “We are working with partners to… Read more »

SEA DOGS SHUT DOWN ARMADA IN GAME 2

SEA DOGS SHUT DOWN ARMADA IN GAME 2

by TIM ROSZELL Julien Gauthier scored twice and added an assist and Callum Booth made 27 stops for the shutout as the Saint John Sea Dogs blanked the Blainville-Boisbriand Armada, 4-0, in Game 2 of the Rogers President Cup Final, Saturday at Harbour Station. For Gauthier, it was his second consecutive two-goal, three-point performance. Booth’s… Read more »

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