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Monthly Archives: November 2015

NBers Challenged to take on Small Acts to help Overcome Poverty

NBers Challenged to take on Small Acts to help Overcome Poverty

A two-week awareness campaign launched yesterday, Small Acts, Big Impact, is challenging New Brunswickers to choose a small but meaningful act of volunteerism to help overcome poverty in the province. The campaign, led by the Economic and Social Inclusion Corporation, is intended to bring awareness and action to the issue in a positive and meaningful… Read more »

Twisted Christmas: A Holiday Tradition in Saint John

Twisted Christmas: A Holiday Tradition in Saint John

Saint John’s longest running holiday comedy tradition – Twisted Christmas – returns for two nights at the BMO Studio Theatre on November 27th and December 18th at 7:30 pm. The players of Improvisation Corporation are back to look at all of the traditions, memories and trappings of the holiday season and twist them to find new comedic… Read more »

Un-deck the Saint John Arts Centre Halls!

Un-deck the Saint John Arts Centre Halls!

For the third year, the Saint John Arts Centre (SJAC) resident fibre arts group, the Carnegie Rughookers, have generously donated their beautiful hand-made fibre art ornaments for the SJAC tree as a fundraiser. Read more »

Win at Dobson Signature Auto’s 1st Anniversary Sale!

Win at Dobson Signature Auto’s 1st Anniversary Sale!

Come to Dobson Signature Auto’s First Anniversary Sale and you could win a brand new snowblower! Located at 275 Rothesay Avenue in Saint John, Dobson Signature Auto has lots of quality pre-owned vehicles marked down by thousands of dollars. Plus, buy any pre-owned vehicle between now and December 25th and you’ll be entered into a draw… Read more »

Motor Vehicle Registration Improvements being Considered

Motor Vehicle Registration Improvements being Considered

Improvements to the motor vehicle registration process are being considered as part of the Strategic Program Review. Under the review, the provincial government is working with New Brunswickers to identify $500 million to $600 million in savings and revenue in order to eliminate the deficit. “No doubt we will be facing some tough choices as… Read more »

Small Changes can Lead to Big Results!

Small Changes can Lead to Big Results!

While education is a necessary component to achieve sustainable behaviour change, it is not sufficient on its own. Education, coupled with health coaching, has been found to be significantly more effective in achieving lasting behaviour change. A health coach can help you set and reach your wellness goals, increase your self-confidence, improve your health, manage stress, be more active and stay on track. Read more »

Light Up Lily Lake Community Celebration

Light Up Lily Lake Community Celebration

The general public are invited to join Saint John Energy and the City of Saint John as they light up Lily Lake in Rockwood Park and celebrate the completion of the Solar Lights Project! This community celebration will happen on Wednesday November 25th from 5 to 6 pm at the Lily Lake Interpretation Centre near the Duck Pond. Special… Read more »

Saint John – 63rd Annual Santa Claus Parade

Saint John – 63rd Annual Santa Claus Parade

The 63rd Annual Santa Claus Parade is this Saturday, November 21st at 6 pm. The City of Saint John invites everyone to come out and enjoy the magic of the season with us! The theme of this year’s parade is “A Cartoon Christmas – Past and Present” and the City is looking forward to all of the entries, unique, creative, and aglow with lights, as well as the marching bands and festive sounds of the season. Read more »

Crime Prevention Awards

Crime Prevention Awards

Individuals and organizations from across the province were honoured recently for their crime prevention efforts at the annual luncheon of the Crime Prevention Association of New Brunswick. “We are incredibly fortunate to have so many organizations and individuals dedicated to crime prevention here in New Brunswick,” said Public Safety Minister and Solicitor General Stephen Horsman.… Read more »

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