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Norman Betts and the canoe rescue place

Norman Betts found a passion for canoes at an early age. After he retired, he began restoring canoes with his business, Miramichi Canoes. Lars Schwarz...

Fredericton’s ferry tale neighbourhood

When driving off the Westmorland Street bridge, along Devonshire Drive, there are two posts in front of a blue house on the left. These...

When it All Comes Crashing Down

Bruce Hughes has lived in his Keswick home for 30 years. Since 2018, Hughes has been fighting to save his 148-year-old home from encroaching...

Christmas past comes to King’s Landing

King's Landing Historical Settlement is preparing for Christmas in the Valley, an event that will open the village to visitors for the first two...

‘I feel like St. Thomas could do more to keep us safe’: Should rapid testing be available to all students?

Update: Effective Oct. 18, the Government of New Brunswick said rapid tests will be available province-wide. Here is a list of Vitalité and Horizon...

STU students learn to live with the ‘new normal’

St. Thomas University's "new normal" campus opened on Sept. 8. After over a year and a half of learning from home, students have returned...
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