Tag Archives: 2010

Jean Coutu Moves – Sackville

Sackville Jean Coutu moves Published Friday November 5th, 2010 Upgrade necessary for store to stay modern, enhance services by Meg Edwards Times & Transcript staff The Jean Coutu Pharmacy in Sackville has moved into the 10,000 square feet building next door, allowing Aaron Lloyd, pharmacist and owner, to expand and modernize the pharmacy, add two …

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The Turner’s Christmas Craft Sale- Nov. 2010

Looking for thoughtful gifts that support the local economy? Look no further than the huge Christmas Craft sale at the Coliseum this coming weekend. The 23 annual show has become a tradition in Moncton, “And we are once again on the same weekend as the Moncton Santa Claus parade on Saturday night” says Greg Turner, …

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The Atlantic Green Show- Nov. 2010

If you are building a new house or renovating your old house, there are now many products and services that will increase your energy efficiency and decrease your bills as well as your personal ‘carbon footprint’. Discover the possibilities at the first show of this kind in the Maritimes, The Atlantic Green Show, held from …

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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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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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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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Local man named among Top 10 ‘Champions of Change’- Nov. 2010

A local man from Sackville, Jeff Schnurr, has been named one of the top ten finalists in CBC’s Champions of Change Contest. The contest, created to celebrate volunteerism and hosted by CBC, will announce the final winners on January 16th, where Manulife Financial will reward the two winners, international and national, with $25,000 each to …

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Port Elgin Council Meeting – November 2010

The community of Port Elgin may lose its Army Cadets if council members, school administration and interested citizens do not step forward to increase recruitment and help create a stable environment for cadets to study and practice. Captain Rebecca Roberts, the Area Cadet Officer (Land) from Gagetown, delivered this strong message to council last night, …

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Dorchester Council Meeting – November 15, 2010

An unforeseen problem is emerging from Federal government’s controversial decision to close all six prison farms across Canada. As the buildings come down one by one at the prison farm at the minimum security Westmorland Institution in Dorchester, rats, which once lived unnoticed among the farm animals, are being displaced and are turning up in …

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Sackville Arts Magazine Announced- Oct. 2010

An inaugural meeting for a Sackville Arts magazine, called The SAM, was held last night in the artist-run Struts Gallery. The editors are looking for submissions announcing upcoming events, reviewing art shows and galleries, or profiling local artists.  The deadline for submission is October 20th for a November printing.   “There is a lot going …

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