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APEGNB haunted house back with COVID-19 restrictions

For 12 years, the Association of Professional Engineers and Geoscientists of New Brunswick has organized a haunted house and COVID-19 hasn't stopped them. Thrill-seekers...

Theatre New Brunswick opens musical theatre class for adults

Theatre New Brunswick is offering adult musical theatre dance classes to people 19 and older. Instructed and choreographed by Courtney Arsenault, the eight-week program...

The Cellar Pub and Grill opens under COVID-19 restrictions

The Cellar Pub and Grill reopened its doors on Sept. 18 after approval from the University of New Brunswick. The pub was allowed to...

Gerontology Society spreads kindness

A group of students at St.Thomas University made packages for people living in seniors homes. The packages contained handwritten notes from students and were...

Art Kitchen gives gift of funding

Fredericton’s Connexion ARC kicked off the holiday season bringing artists, art critics and art enthusiasts together to enjoy a delicious meal and pitch projects. The...

To leave or not to leave

Shauna Spudik, a former University of New Brunswick student now living in Alberta, is in the middle of Wexit country. She said she knows a...
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Commentary: Being a mom and student during a pandemic

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The art of competitive fighting

A fight club isn't the first place that comes to mind when thinking of camaraderie. But Ben Leece and Christian Granter made their dream...

Bra project for low-income women lands in Fredericton

A Toronto-based project that helps low-income women find bras and binders has come to Fredericton. Lift: The Bra Project, founded by Michelle Cinapri in...