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55 - 'In Honour and Grateful Memory of Our Glorious Dead'

On a summer afternoon, a shrouded figure stands upon the War Memorial in King’s Square, located in the heart of Saint John, New Brunswick.  This memorial, since it’s re-dedication now commemorates veterans of four major wars, including The Great War, World War II, the Korean War, and the War in Afghanistan.   47 more words

36 - A Common Stroll Through Uptown Saint John

Just across from King’s Square in uptown Saint John, you will find the Loyalist Burial Grounds, a common walkway for workers, shoppers and visitors to the area on a daily basis.   40 more words

A morning tour of Saint John

Saint John is a city I get to visit a couple of times a year for work.  But each trip is usually a very quick one, leaving very little time to explore the city.  643 more words


8 - Cleanup Continues in Uptown Saint John

King’s Square Saint John is still a mess, courtesy of Tropical Storm Arthur.

7 - Tropical Storm Arthur Hits Saint John

Over the weekend, Saint John, and the rest of the Maritimes were hit hard by Tropical Storm Arthur, which caused devastation to many of our great trees, to homes, and left many people in the dark.   214 more words