Living in the United States, the fact that I am Canadian has become one of my most defining features. Many of my graduate school peers referred to me as simply “Canada” and I am often introduced as “Maureen, from Canada!” I honestly don’t mind. 1,119 more words
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The New Brunswick, Princeton and Philadelphia offices got together on Friday, March 20, for their annual bowling party as a mid-tax season break. The teams, created around the theme “Seasons,” rallied at Brunswick Zone in North Brunswick while enjoying bowling, food, drinks and the work hard play hard mentality. 27 more words
FREDERICTON – The federal government is spending $1.7 million to help prevent spring flooding on eight susceptible First Nations communities in New Brunswick.
Aboriginal Affairs Minister Bernard Valcourt says work is underway to remove the vast amounts of snow that has fallen over the past couple of months. 65 more words
Saint John — As humans, we are faced with the gravest of challenges while at the same time forced to endure a few basic laws of nature, those laws of course being thermodynamics, gravity, and a little ditty put forth by an Irishman named “Murphy,” presumably from Chatham, Miramichi. 375 more words
Moncton — This past weekend was one to remember for Theresa and Patrick Logan, a Fredericton couple who ditched their kids and responsibilities to embark upon a high-octane weekend of debauchery and glamour in the “sin city” of New Brunswick — Moncton. 487 more words