Through innovation, the sky’s the limit

When the potato fields are in bloom in the French fry capital of the world, it looks like the Promised…
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The Irvings, tax havens, and the effects of not paying your fair share

It’s no secret that Irving companies have a long history of using off-shore tax havens.
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Come discover our Acadian history!

From November 1 – 19, 2022, NB public libraries are giving away a day pass to the Musée acadien on…
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Enjoy an indigenous celebration of culture and cuisine this weekend in #Fredericton at the Beaverbrook Art Gallery!

A big part of this festival is to share culture. We are all very excited to put on our incredible…
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Hockey Canada's communications are as bad as its ethics

When you are in deep trouble because you did something terribly wrong, when your professional reputation is hanging by a…
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Some thoughts on the heels of another Harvest

I’m a Harvest veteran. I attended the first one some 30 years ago or whatever, and I haven’t missed one…
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Trudeau or Poilievre – What kind of cursed choice is that?

Pierre Poilievre? Really Conservatives? I know his winning the leadership was expected, but really?  I am ready for a change….
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Canada Day 2022 – time to take our flag back

Jun 30 Jun 30 Canada Day 2022 – time to take our flag back Walking the dog around the block,…
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Multiculturalism Day

Everyone is welcome!!! Let’s celebrate together!
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June 21st National Indigenous Peoples Day

On June 21, commemorate the heritage, diverse cultures and outstanding achievements of First Nations, Inuit and Métis!
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Those Damn Lilacs

The lilacs off the corner of our deck this month came into full bloom, as they do every year. I…
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June is National Indigenous History Month.

N.B. is proud to recognize this special time and we encourage all New Brunswickers to learn about the unique Indigenous…
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Celebrate the 30th anniversary of the Pays de la Sagouine with a free pass from your public library!

Come to the library during the month of June to get your pass, which you can use to gain a…
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Affordable Housing Strategy is as much Opportunity as it is Responsibility

May 9 May 9 Affordable Housing Strategy is as much Opportunity as it is Responsibility Earlier this year the Daily…
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Go Leafs!

In my head I keep hearing the opening lines from Dicken’s A Tale of Two Cities; “it was the best…
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Hopefully, Lamrock's criticism will force a better government response

Kelly Lamrock’s report on the mask mandate last week was anything but supportive of Premier Higgs. So credit to the…
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Liberal NDP agreement is a win

Rising prices everywhere from the grocery store and gas stations to rent, affect hardest, those who can afford it the…
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RIP Barry Hemphill

I just learned through Facebook that Barry Hemptill died a couple of days ago. The name may not mean anything…
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Are we living too comfortably for our own good? For most of us – Yes.

Did you make any New Year’s resolutions? Have you broken them yet?  I used to make them, but stopped years…
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We are starting a circus school style kinda thing…

We are starting a circus school style kinda thing,props will be available for purchase and figuring we have a nice…
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