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NB Cadets show their colors in Port Elgin

8th Canadian Hussars ( Princess Louise's) march in Port Elgin

N.B. cadets show their colours in Port Elgin Published Monday May 30th, 2011 Freedom of the City tradition goes back to ancient Rome by meg edwards Times & transcript staff PORT ELGIN – The skies cleared for a parade of the 8th Canadian Hussars (Princess Louise’s) in Port Elgin on Saturday. Members of the 8th …

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Sackville Dollar Store moves to larger space

The Great Canadian Dollar Store in Sackville

Sackville Dollar Store moves to larger space Published Saturday February 19th, 2011 Store manager hoping change helps reinvigorate business by meg edwards Times & Transcript staff SACKVILLE – The Great Canadian Dollar Store in Sackville has moved next door, taking up the empty space left by the Jean Coutu after they moved into a larger …

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Dorchester sees Tax Rate Increases

Dorchester Sees Tax Rate Increases Published Jan Wednesday 19, 2011 Times and Transcript by Meg Edwards The budget from Dorchester this January could be a sign of hard times ahead. Council made cuts across the board and increased the tax rate to 1.5255 per $100 dollar of assessment this year, an increase of 2.63 %. …

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Foto Expo – Moncton- Oct. 2010

It takes all kinds to make a professional photographer. Some work in studios and others are world adventurers who grab their passport and camera at moment’s notice and jump on a plane. There are those that track quietly through the wilderness waiting for a bear to appear in the woods and others that, just as …

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Arts across the Marsh – Studio Tour- Oct. 2010

Ghita Levin's Studio

Have you ever dreamed of living and working from home in a quiet cottage with a view of the sparkling sea? No commuting, no bosses, no year-end evaluation, you just walk down the garden path to your studio in the morning and get to work, when you feel like it. For a taste of the …

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Boomer Revolution – Sept. 2010

The revolution is coming to Moncton, but there is no need to stock up on canned goods.   A two day revolution slotted for Sept 25 and 26th at the Moncton Coliseum, is a schmooze fest for Boomers, the largest and fastest growing demographic around, who may very well prepare for the event  by slipping orthotics …

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Apple Season is Here – Buy Local- Sept. 2010

Apples are beautiful and smell good but the sight of a bowl of apples on display  makes Larry Lutz, whose own family farm goes back to the 1860’s, want to cry. “Just put them in the fridge, definitely in the fridge”, says Lutz, who is the Vice President of Agricultural Services for Scotian Gold Cooperative …

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Pots and Pans- Aug. 2010

The perfect kitchen has a set of gleaming copper pots hanging from hooks above a clean and functional workspace, but most of us do not have this kitchen. We might have a small working  space, and we probably have a collection of pots and pans from here and there;  an unused wok or Dutch oven …

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Live Bait presents the first Maritime production of Harvest by Ken Cameron- July, 2010

A very funny play is making its way across the country, winning awards and accolades along the way.  Harvest, the fast paced bittersweet tale of an older couple who retires from farming and rents their old farmhouse to what they think is a ‘nice young man’, is having its premiere in the Maritimes at the …

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Dorchester’s Sandpiper Festival and High School Reunion- July, 2010

Shep, the world’s largest sandpiper is celebrating its 8 th birthday in Dorchester this weekend. In a ritual set years ago, four large eggs are laid at the feet of the sculpture after which the village begins a weekend of celebration. Just miles away from the village center, 80 % of the world’s Semipalmated Sandpipers …

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