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Reversing Falls to be fixed by 2018

Saint John — In a press conference this morning, the City of Saint John announced plans for the “Industrial Pond Project,” an enterprise intended to convert the unruly Reversing Falls rapids into a smooth and uninhibited confluence between the Saint John River and the Bay of Fundy. 344 more words


"Replace fear of the unknown with curiosity." Unknown

Next week marks the 2 month period since I moved to London. It feels much more like 8 months to me. I knew things would be different than my home in Saint John, New Brunswick.(Actually I grew up in Kingston NB about 45  minutes outside of the city. 690 more words

Life Through The Lens - Part II - October 23 Image

I flew into Moncton, New Brunswick this afternoon for a quick trip. It was pouring rain and has not really stopped. During one very brief break in the downpour I did happen to find this very colorful leaf laying about.


GATES - " At Last The Loneliness of Them "


Huge new track from the band GATES from New Brunswick New Jersey, taken from the album Bloom and Breathe


Gallant’s Liberal government proposes trilingual province

Fredericton — The New Brunswick Legislative Assembly was buzzing earlier today as newly minted Premier Brian Gallant took to the floor to announce the first of his new government’s proposed changes for the province. 319 more words


Miramichi to change city's welcome sign to read 'Gone to Fort McMurray'

Miramichi — With the highest unemployment rate in the country at a staggering 22 percent, the City of Miramichi has made the inevitable decision to edit their welcome sign to accurately reflect the city’s unfortunate population and economic maladies. 248 more words


New Brunswick-to-Alberta human pipeline plan unveiled

EDMONTON – Officials are praising the announcement of the world’s first human pipeline as a big leap forward for industry in Alberta.

“This proposal will allow for the continued growth of this province’s booming industrial sectors by more efficiently delivering the second-most important resource Alberta has: Maritimers,” said Alberta Premier Jim Prentice at a press conference to announce the venture on Tuesday. 501 more words