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Monthly Archives: May 2016

Meduxnekeag Consolidated School officially opened in Woodstock

Meduxnekeag Consolidated School officially opened in Woodstock

The new Meduxnekeag Consolidated School was officially opened today in a ceremony attended by students, teachers, parents, community members and dignitaries. “School infrastructure is essential in our efforts to create an environment conducive to learning where our children can acquire the skills they need to succeed and help build our province,” said Education and Early… Read more »

Nominations open for Minister’s Excellence in Teaching Awards

Nominations open for Minister’s Excellence in Teaching Awards

Nominations for the Minister’s Excellence in Teaching Awards in the anglophone and francophone sectors are now open for the 2015-16 school year. The nominations are open to all educators throughout the education system as well as the early-learning and child-care centres. “By presenting the awards to educators in both the early learning and school sectors, we […]

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Recipe: Blueberry Oatmeal Muffins

Recipe: Blueberry Oatmeal Muffins

Do you have a favourite recipe to share with our readers? Use the submissions form on GiverMiramichi.com to send it in along with photos of the finished product and a little bit about yourself and why you enjoy making this recipe. Blueberry Oatmeal Muffins This muffin recipe was submitted by Darlene Jardine of Barnettville. “Blueberries […] Read more »

New Brunswickers encouraged to complete census questionnaire

New Brunswickers encouraged to complete census questionnaire

New Brunswickers are encouraged to complete their census forms this May. “All levels of government rely on the information collected during the census to plan for the future provision of services like education, housing, skills training, public transportation and police and fire services,” said Finance Minister Roger Melanson. Statistics Canada conducts a census every five […]

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2016 FRED PAGE CUP IN WOODSTOCK

2016 FRED PAGE CUP IN WOODSTOCK

The Fred Page Cup kicks off Wednesday in Woodstock, New Brunswick. The tournament pits some of the most talented teams and players from the Eastern Canada Jr. A ranks as the play-off champions from the CCHL (Carleton Place Canadians), QJHL (Longueuil College Francais) and MHL (Pictou County Weeks Crushers) along with the host team, the […] Read more »

International Compost Awareness Week

International Compost Awareness Week

The following message was released today by Environment and Local Government Minister Brian Kenny to mark International Compost Awareness Week, May 1-7: Recycling organics through composting is a simple and rewarding way to help protect the environment. Recognizing this week enables us to raise awareness of the many benefits of composting. Composting supports soil health […]

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13th annual Walk for Alzheimer’s – Sunday, May 29th

13th annual Walk for Alzheimer’s – Sunday, May 29th

On Sunday, May 29th, New Brunswickers in 15 communities will be coming together to celebrate the 13th annual Alzheimer Society of New Brunswick’s “Walk for Alzheimer’s.” The Walk for Alzheimer’s is the Alzheimer Society’s signature grassroots event that brings much needed funds and public awareness to Alzheimer’s disease and related dementias. Funds raised at the […] Read more »

Book Review: “The Memory Chair” by Susan White

Book Review: “The Memory Chair” by Susan White

New Brunswick author Susan White’s “The Memory Chair” (2015, Acorn Press) was recently chosen by the Canadian Children’s Book Centre as one of their Best Books for Kids and Teens. It is the story of Betony, a thirteen-year-old girl who is often dragged along by her father when he visits Gram, Betony’s great-grandmother. Read more »

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