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More Bear Encounters

I wrote previously about grizzly bears in Alberta, Canada. In this post I have a couple more stories about bears – this time in New Brunswick,Canada and also in Siberia, Russian Federation… 928 more words

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Train derails in New Brunswick, no one hurt

EDMUNSTON, N.B. – Officials say there were no injuries and no environmental threat after a CN train derailed in Edmundston, N.B., on Friday afternoon.

Andre Madore, the deputy chief of the Edmundston police department, said there also wasn’t any fire as a result of the derailment and he was assured by crews on the scene that there was no danger or threat to the environment. 110 more words

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Five Family-Friendly Activities in Fredericton

Fredericton is a small city with big attractions. New Brunswick’s capital and cultural centre is packed with art galleries, theatres, historic sites, Gothic churches, museums and parks, all while maintaining the close-knit and friendly vibe the Maritimes are known for. 309 more words

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Stompin' Tom Connors drops surprise new album

Saint John — The beloved Saint John-born singer-songwriter Stompin’ Tom Connors, believed to have been dead since 2013, dropped an unannounced new project just before midnight last night. 295 more words

New Brunswick

The Maritimes & The Fiddle: a - z challenge

If you’re antisocial like I am sometimes then you might not have met Eastern Canada. Let me introduce you:

Prince Edward Island

Home to red-sand beaches. 467 more words

A To Z Challenge

Defining a Cult

Christians have adopted their own terminology throughout church history especially theological terms to define a multitude of doctrines and concepts found in scripture. One definition that has appeared in recent years  in regards to defining a false group of Christians who teach other than the orthodox doctrines of Scripture is the term… 651 more words

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Craft hard cider 'too fancy' for New Brunswickers: NB Liquor

Fredericton — The owner of Red Rover craft cider is frustrated with NB Liquor because his product doesn’t fit into their rigid alcohol regulations. Adrian Cleave started the business last year, but has been faced with nothing but hurdles; since craft cider doesn’t fall into the existing beer and wine policies in the province, he has been forced to deal with the liquor corporation on a case by case basis. 377 more words

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