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Shelley Germain called celebrating the 25th anniversary of Gignoo Transition House a "double-edged sword."
This weekend, the Fredericton transition safe house marked 25 years of helping First Nations women and children from across New Brunswick escape domestic violence and abusive situations. The anniversary celebration, held at the Delta Hotel, included panel discussions, guest speaker, including 2015 Mrs. Universe winner Ashley…
Warm, soggy weather is on its way.
Environment Canada is forecasting that much of the province will see temperatures above freezing, coinciding with a mix of precipitation falling on Family Day. Fredericton is expecting a high of 7 C and Saint John and Moncton are expected to hit 5 C on Monday.
In northern parts of the province, a special weather statement is in effect.
Environment Canada says a mixture of rain, snow and a risk of freezing…
Rebecca Schofield has died.
The Riverview teen, who became known far beyond New Brunswick for her social media wish that people be nicer to each other, died surrounded by family at 7:20 p.m. Saturday, a date commonly recognized around the world as Random Acts of Kindness Day.
She was 18 years old.
Becca was diagnosed with brain cancer in 2015 and in December of 2016, doctors told her the cancer was terminal.
Early in her battle with brain cancer, Riverview teen Becca Schofield said she did not want her illness to define her.
Becca died Saturday night. Her legacy is thousands of good deeds in her name, all stemming from a simple social media post asking that people be nice to each other, and that they document their good deeds with the cheeky hashtag #BeccaToldMeTo.
In her own words, here is what Becca had to say about her campaign, the…
It’s all about keeping the faith.
The co-founders of Fredericton's Truth Anchor Technologies say they're not being scared off by the wild fluctuations happening now with Bitcoin.
Jason Merrett, who, with Michel Guitard and Mitch Airey, recently created the company to help private investors and wealth management firms acquire and trade the much-hyped – and lately much-maligned – online currency.
Despite Bitcoin's rapid fall in value in recent…
BEIJING • Global markets fell sharply on Tuesday following a volatile day in U.S. trading, renewing questions about whether the long-running global stock rally is heading for a rout and potentially testing President Donald Trump.
The hard tumble began Tuesday in Asia. Japan's Nikkei stock index closed down nearly 4.7 per cent, recovering from a precipitous 7 per cent plunge earlier in the day. Hong Kong's Hang Seng Index closed down 5.1 per…
Swoop, WestJet's new low-fare, no-frills spinoff airline, won't be flying into New Brunswick.
The airline unveiled plans Thursday for its first summer in the skies in media events in Hamilton and Abbotsford, B.C, promising to "to change Canadian air travel forever."
It offered a splashy promotion of $0-fares on the first 2,000 seats it sells online for each of its routes.
Halifax is the only Atlantic Canadian destination now on Swoop's schedule.
SUSSEX • No matter how small or silly you think your business idea may be, Matt White wants you to know he is listening.
White, a community builder with Startup Sussex, is part of the group that aims to help bring people's business ideas to life.
The group is made up of community builders and partners who come from different “aspects of life” and areas of the community, White explained.
Startup Sussex is part of Startup Canada, a national…
Gerhard-Jan Bloemen, a native of Bathurst wondered what his son Ted-Jan Bloemen was thinking when he realized he was an Olympic gold medallist.
The 31-year-old Team Canada long track speed skater brought home gold and set an Olympic record in the men's 10,000-metre race Feb. 15 at the Gangneung Oval at the Pyeongchang 2018 Winter Olympics in South Korea.
He finished with an Olympic record time of 12:39.77, with Jorrit Bergsma of The…
SUSSEX • What started out as a way of giving one child the opportunity to get on the ice regardless of his disability has grown to help many other people, and is continuing to thrive.
The Parallel Program, which started in Sussex and has been picked up on a national scale, is continuing to grow, said program developer Stacey Charlton. She runs the program Mondays and Wednesdays where kids both with and without disabilities are on the ice…
Matt Stairs is still introducing himself to some of the players he'll be working with this season as the new hitting coach with the San Diego Padres.
His calling card arrived Wednesday.
Freddy Galvis was one of his disciples last season when both were with the Philadelphia Phillies. Galvis, the 28-year-old switch-hitting shortstop, had the finest statistical season of his career last year, with Stairs serving as the team's hitting coach.
Moncton standout runner Geneviève Lalonde has received another international assignment from Athletics Canada.
Lalonde has been named to the Canadian team competing at the World Indoor Track and Field championships March 1-4 in Birmingham, England. Athletics Canada announced the 14-member roster on Wednesday.
Lalonde, 26, is entered in the 3,000 metres at the world championships.
“The World Indoor Championships in Birmingham are a great…
If anywhere knows the drill when it comes to looking at every nook and cranny of amalgamation, it’s the town of Sussex and village of Sussex Corner.
And while Saint John has already written to the premier asking for a review of what a merger with neighbouring municipalities like Rothesay and Quispamsis would look like, it could learn a lot from what happened in this region less than an hour away only two years ago.
I willingly get up early for three reasons only: Christmas morning, to catch a flight, and to watch the opening ceremonies of the Olympic Games.
This morning, as things got underway 13 hours ahead in PyeongChang, South Korea, I cheerfully set my alarm for dumb o’clock, made a pot of coffee and sat transfixed for three hours, watching the predictably weird parade of Olympic pageantry, mass interpretive dance and national team uniforms. It is…
The debate around Sunday shopping has started from a very different place than it did a dozen years ago when the people of Sussex went to battle over the issue.
It was heated within the community as family members spoke up for loved ones they didn't want to see behind a counter on Sundays. Clergy felt it was vital that people not be held back from their time of worship. Some businesses were adamant that their livelihoods depended on that Sunday…
When PotashCorp delivered its harsh blow of a mine suspension to the Sussex region two years ago, the company knew it was delivering devastating news.
Certainly for the 400-plus people put out of work that day the announcement was crippling.
But the pain went much deeper than that. Contract workers with jobs on the Picadilly and Penobsquis mine sites were instantly without a pay cheque, businesses that served the mines or its well-paid staff took…
PG. Violence, Not Recommended for Young Children
Starring Chadwick Boseman, Michael B. Jordan, Lupita Nyong'o, Danai Gurira, Letitia Wright, Martin Freeman, Daniel Kaluuya, Winston Duke, Sterling K. Brown, Angela Bassett, Forest Whitaker and Andy Serkis
Screenplay by Ryan Coogler and Joe Robert Cole
Directed by Ryan Coogler
Runtime: 134 minutes
Doug's Grade: A
It has been nearly 20 years since Blade became the first blockbuster superhero film with a…
Starring: James Corden, Rose Byrne, Domhnall Gleeson, Sam Neill, Margot Robbie, Elizabeth Debicki, Daisy Ridley, and Marianne Jean-Baptiste
Screenplay by: Rob Lieber and Will Gluck
Directed by: Will Gluck
Runtime: 93 minutes
Doug's Grade: C-
We aren't even two months into 2018, and already there are two live-action adaptations of beloved British children's books. After last month's Paddington 2, we now have Peter Rabbit, a film adaptation…
Blue Rodeo co-founder Jim Cuddy doesn’t consider himself a workaholic. He just wants to make the most of the time he’s got.
That might help explain why Cuddy decided to launch his fourth solo album, Constellation, during a planned stretch of downtime from Blue Rodeo.
“I think there are a couple of points of view on the whole notion of taking time off,” Cuddy says, speaking in advance of the Jim Cuddy Band's almost sold-out show at Casino New…
Jon Mann was born in Fredericton and now lives in Halifax. But a lot of his future is tied up in Wolfville.
The sleepy university town is the setting for the script the 28-year-old filmmaker and his writing partner, actor Rob Ramsay, will take to the Banff World Media Festival in June. The friends met while they were students at Acadia University, and worked together on a 58-page script that – eventually – became the pilot for a one-hour…
KO OLINA, HAWAII • Half a kilometre off the west coast of Oahu, the most populous of the Hawaiian islands, Matthew Solomona is in the midst of an esoteric explanation as to why the water is so blue.
It has something to do with the Pacific Ocean being a prism that captures and concentrates the wavelengths of all the azure in the visible light spectrum.
While it's informative, all we want to do is submerge ourselves in this aquamarine stuff. So,…
A new pizza place, a meat lovers paradise, and breakfast sandwiches out of a shipping container. Here's this week's Let's Eat!
Famed N.S. pizza place delivering to N.B.
Troy Mombourquette says he remembers the party in Halifax like it was yesterday. That fateful night when a friend's family member from New Glasgow showed up with eight boxes of Acropole Pizza. "I remember thinking, 'why would you do that?'" he said. "We live in Halifax.…
BELLEISLE • A student group in Belleisle committed to raising awareness about the dangers of impaired driving will begin raising funds to attend a conference this spring.
The Teens Against Drinking and Driving (TADD) group at Belleisle Regional High School will be hosting upcoming fundraisers in an effort to raise money to attend the Canadian Youth Against Impaired Driving Conference in Ontario.
TADD is a group led by student volunteers who aim…
NAME: Station 42
LOCATION: 42 Highfield St. Moncton
CONCEPT: Eat-in, take-out, delivery
ONLINE: station42.ca or search “Station 42” on Facebook
TYPE OF FOOD: Pub, specializing in sandwiches
KEY* ($: Less than $50 for two, without wine, tip and tax - $$: $50 to $75 - $$$: $75 or more)
Station 42 is new to the downtown Moncton restaurant scene, taking up space in the V Hotel and Suites on Highfield St.