Category Archives: Culture & Community

Enterprising Women Program Expanding to Sussex

Enterprising Women Program Expanding to Sussex

Kaleena Lawless, founder of LUNA Bellydance and recent graduate of the Enterprising Women program. Image: Submitted. Feb 15, 2018 by Cherise Letson SAINT JOHN– The Saint John Community Loan Fund is bringing on of its most popular programs to the Town of Sussex. For the first time, the organization will be running its Enterprising Women program outside of… Read more »

Italian By Night Makes List of 100 Most Romantic Restaurants in Canada

Italian By Night Makes List of 100 Most Romantic Restaurants in Canada

Feb 13, 2018 by Huddle Staff      Members of the team at Italian by Night. Image:  Mark Leger/Huddle. SAINT JOHN – The food at Italian by Night has certainly proved popular with customers who made the Uptown restaurant one of 100 Best Italian Restaurants in Canada last fall. Now they’re saying that it’s also one of 100 Most Romantic Restaurants in Canada, based… Read more »

Fitzpatrick’s Funeral Home Ceasing Operations, Becoming Home to a Social Enterprise

Fitzpatrick’s Funeral Home Ceasing Operations, Becoming Home to a Social Enterprise

Feb 13, 2018 by Cherise Letson                       Outflow co-founder Jayme Hall and Brenan’s Funeral Home president Stephen MacMackin shake hands after unveiling the plaque for the Outflow Centre For Training & Employment. Image: Cherise Letson/Huddle Today SAINT JOHN– A funeral home in the city centre is taking on a new role in the community it’s been an integral… Read more »

Mayor Darling Excited About Goals In Population Growth Strategy

Mayor Darling Excited About Goals In Population Growth Strategy

February 11, 2018  country94 news It’s a very important day for the city of Saint John. That’s how Mayor Don Darling describes this week’s unveiling of the population growth strategy, which he calls the most comprehensive document in the city’s history. Darling says he’s excited about the longer terms goals laid out in the plan, but… Read more »

Saint John Chamber Revamping Women’s Networking Group

Saint John Chamber Revamping Women’s Networking Group

Feb 12, 2018 by Cherise Letson SAINT JOHN – Donna Mazerolle, treasurer of the Saint John Region Chamber of Commerce, says she could have used female mentors when she was in her 30s and 40s. “Women do business differently than men and I think we haven’t had a lot of mentors for each other,” says Mazerolle. “I’m in… Read more »

News Saint John’s Community Data Project Highlighted at Toronto Conference

News Saint John’s Community Data Project Highlighted at Toronto Conference

Feb 7, 2018 by Cherise Letson                   Saint John is the largest city in the province of New Brunswick, and the oldest incorporated city in Canada SAINT JOHN – The Port City will be spotlighted this week at The Big Data & Analytics Summit in Toronto for its first-of-its-kind community data project. Representatives from Enterprise Saint John and T4G will present… Read more »

Watch: A Visual Love Letter To My Industrial Saint John

Watch: A Visual Love Letter To My Industrial Saint John

Feb 6, 2018 by Mark Leger SAINT JOHN – Local photographer Dan Culberson was watching the Netflix travel documentary series, Somebody Feed Phil, which is about a guy (Phil Rosenthal) who travels to places like Vietnam, Israel and Spain and experiences the culture through the foods he eats and the people that prepare them. As Culberson and his wife, Julie,… Read more »

Groundhog Day Predictions For 2018

Groundhog Day Predictions For 2018

Posted on Friday, February 2, 2018 .country94.ca/news The three main meteorological Marmots have spoken. Shubenacadie Sam did not see his shadow today in Nova Scotia, meaning an early spring for our region. Punxatawney Phil did see his shadow so he says six more weeks of winter for the US Wiarton Willie in Ontario also saw his… Read more »

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