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Right said Fredericton

There were several reasons I wanted to stop off in Fredericton during my trip across Canada; I’d initially wanted to stay in all ten provinces (although ultimately never made it to Newfoundland and Labrador), and also because Facebook often automatically tags posts made from Barnstaple as being in the North Devon which is a Fredericton suburb, rather than part of the English county. 647 more words



Saint Andrews by-the-sea (Atlantic Canada) is truly a unique place. Considering its relatively small population (year round 1,700, summer 2,500), this quaint picturesque town boasts a public art gallery, public gardens, an outdoor amphitheatre, marine aquarium, a community college, the world class Algonquin resort & golf course as well as numerous other amenities often associated with larger centers. 115 more words


Search on for entangled right whale off New Brunswick as humpback freed from rope

Crews were scanning waters in the Gulf of St. Lawrence on Monday in a bid to find an endangered North Atlantic right whale snarled in fishing line and buoys, just days after a humpback whale was successfully disentangled from a length of rope. 670 more words


Grand Sault, New Brunswick, a Photo Essay

Hi Bloggers, on Oh-Canada day, I was in Grand Sault (Grand Falls in English – Grand Sault is the French name). It’s quite the sight. I was up there in the spring and the falls were really flowing very heavily. 25 more words

What a weekend

Six cyclists from the Outdoor Enthusiasts Fredericton Club biked around Sussex, New Brunswick, Saturday July 14th. We visited six covered bridges along 60 kilometers of beautiful countryside. 85 more words

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New Brunswick man allegedly drives into oncoming traffic on Nova Scotia highway

MILLBROOK, N.S. — A New Brunswick man is facing charges after allegedly fleeing from police and driving into oncoming traffic on a Nova Scotia highway with his vehicle’s lights off. 178 more words


Looking up at Hopewell Rocks

You’ve already seen picturesque rocks and peeling tree trunks from Hopewell Rocks, New Brunswick, on June 7th. At one point I looked up from the shore there and saw this prismatic band running across the clouds.

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