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Tracadie-Sheila

The riding has been painted blue since its inception in 1995. Tracadie-Sheila is a pretty safe place for the Tories, despite being underappreciated by the party. 285 more words

We Have Reached The East Coast

Back on schedule after our delay for repairs, however our time in New Brunswick is reduced to only 2 nights. After 3 days of driving 300+ miles we decided to have a quiet day and not head out for the planned 400 miles drive around the Gaspe Peninsula. 210 more words

Dalhousie

The Campbellton-Dalhousie Dogfight

Not every riding in New Brunswick has more than one truly standout candidate; but Campbellton-Dalhousie has three! Though it is a newly-minted-merged-riding, there is only one incumbent fighting for it. 384 more words

Phil Savage Stands Still Long Enough To Talk

Phil Savage and I are standing in a parking lot on a Tuesday evening. There’s a strong wind blowing, making it hard to hear, but I’m glad that for once this season it’s come without rain.  810 more words

Art

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

The Fall From Grace

When he swept to power in 2010, David Alward was incredibly popular, winning a majority. Well liked in the community from which he hailed, and respected province-wide; Alward has seemingly fallen from grace with New Brunswickers. 652 more words

More summer to come

Despite single digit low temperatures across New Brunswick this morning, forecasters are suggesting there is still more summer to come in September.

Yesterday in Greater Moncton, the daytime high was 17.2 C, making it the coolest day since late June. 37 more words

Greater Moncton