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Evangeline is every Acadian forcibly exiled from Nova Scotia between 1755 and 1763. French Catholics lived in the land they called Acadia[1] for over a hundred years until Charles Lawrence and William Shirley, British governors of Nova Scotia and Massachusetts, respectively, ordered deportation by any means necessary. 267 more words


Varadero 2016

This past spring, the Mr. and I went on our annual Pilgrimage to the sun.  This year it was Varadero, Cuba.  Oh yes!, we’ve been there a few times before, but honestly, how can you improve on the beaches, the sun and the PRICE!   79 more words

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Tories want Trudeau to refer the New Brunswick booze import battle to Supreme Court

FREDERICTON — The federal Conservatives are calling on the Trudeau government to refer a recent court ruling in New Brunswick on interprovincial trade to the Supreme Court for review. 125 more words


And here you are living despite it all.

“Every experience, no matter how bad it seems, holds within it a blessing of some kind. The goal is to find it.” ~ Buddha

There is little as peaceful to me as a view of the sea.

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Fotos for Fort Mac

In Early May 2016 a wildfire in Northern Alberta, Canada forced the evacuation of a  whole city.  Fort McMurray, Alberta was overtaken by fires and the effects of that rippled through our entire country.   138 more words


Thunderstorms roll across NB

For the first time this spring, a series of thunderstorms rolled across New Brunswick with various watches and warnings issued by Environment Canada.

Greater Moncton received heavy downpours from thundershowers early this afternoon. 71 more words

Greater Moncton