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NBers littering tidier, new study finds

Whether neatly placing an empty bottle on a storefront windowsill or throwing a chip bag in an alleyway where it won’t be seen, New Brunswickers are getting tidier about how they litter, according to a new study by the New Brunswick Environmental Action Association. 470 more words

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Love, Idealism and Whimsy

We appreciate the honesty of the author of Rowdy Kittens  and she discusses the reason she has decided to move out of her tiny home, after three years. 78 more words

Live #06, Bay of Fundy, New Brunswick (Canada)

21/10/2014 The Bay of Fundy was one of my highlights prior to the trip. Getting there with two nice Couchsurfers, it certainly matched the expectations! 344 more words

Travel

Yep, the East Coast is still wonderful. I checked.

My time exploring this country, in all its beauty (imperfect, tree-and-rock-and-tree based beauty, but beauty nonetheless), is far from over. Last week, I found myself on the East Coast of Canada once again. 332 more words

Canada

Irvings to privatize NB tourism industry

New Brunswick — The drive-through province’s richest family will now own the provincial tourism department  in addition to its transportation services, news printing, forest products, shipbuilding, retail stores and French fry industry. 176 more words

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Lacking abortion access, New Brunswick women head for Maine clinics

Before the closure of the Fredericton Morgentaler Clinic this summer, Ruth Lockhart of the Mabel Wadsworth Women’s Health Center in Bangor, Maine, saw a client from New Brunswick every eight-to-ten weeks. 515 more words

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Body of Apparent Suicide Jumper Found in the Raritan River

By: Brian Connors

The body of a man who police believe jumped to his death from the Morris Goodkind Bridge on Route 1 was recovered from the Raritan River this morning. 107 more words

Police And Fire