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Trudeau sets off on brief and busy trip through P.E.I and New Brunswick

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is getting an early start to his Canada Day celebrations with a brief swing through two Maritime provinces Thursday.

He is scheduled to start his visit in Prince Edward Island before heading to New Brunswick for a day of meet-and-greets that could include a little golf, curling and ice cream. 143 more words


Atlantic Policy Congress formalizes partnership with Ulnooweg Development Group

A group that represents 30 First Nations communities in and close to Atlantic Canada has signed a memorandum of understanding with a group that provides loans and business services, formalizing a long-standing relationship the two have shared. 204 more words


Port of Halifax to welcome a boat as long as Canada's tallest office tower

If the Zim Antwerp, a massive container ship that will call on Halifax Thursday, were to stand on its stern, it would dwarf Atlantic Canada’s tallest building. 403 more words


Experts say deaths of right whales in Gulf of St. Lawrence still a mystery

Experts are preparing for the massive, messy task of removing multiple dead whales from the sea for necropsies as they investigate at least six mysterious whale deaths in the Gulf of St. 569 more words


#ArtInstallation no. 25 - The Maritime [Edit] magazine

“If something doesn’t exist, that you want to exist – create it,” says The Maritime Edit magazine editor James Mullinger in the video above.

I’m just back from a quick trip home to New Brunswick to check in on my folks. 171 more words


1794: Part 8 and Almost Recovered

Hello again! So, I know it’s been a while since I wrote last, but I have some content today! A bit of an update on me, and another (small) instalment of… 1,417 more words


Bottoms up! Craft beer is a tourist draw in New Brunswick's capital

The craft brewing industry is booming in Fredericton and officials in New Brunswick’s capital are hoping tourists will want to taste what the city has on tap. 726 more words