Monthly Archives: October 2015

Brenda Daigle is a Caring Canadian

Brenda Daigle is a Caring Canadian

by Andrew McGilligan Originally published in the New Brunswick Union A special Canadian flag sits in a cabinet in the family room of Brenda Daigle’s house. Neatly folded, it will come out of its resting place this fall as it makes its way throughout the Miramichi community from several schools to its final destination –… Read more »

Miramichi Fishing Report for Thursday, October 29, 2015

Miramichi Fishing Report for Thursday, October 29, 2015

This week completes another season of angling, with the last part, Striped Bass, finishing Saturday.  With only two days left, get out for a final fish during this retention period.  It will be a long winter before we can hit the waters again. By most accounts, this past season was a much better one than… Read more »

Betty Caron’s Family Memories

Betty Caron’s Family Memories

Betty Caron enjoys Giv’er Miramichi magazine, reading articles about like-minded people, the photo submissions, and the positive nature of the magazine. She was inspired to share her photos and memories for our readers to enjoy. Pictured Above: The builders of the Methodist Church Sunday School in Chatham which is currently the Chatham Legion. Back Row:… Read more »

My Life Changing Trip to India

My Life Changing Trip to India

by Danielle Davies My incredible two week journey began when I was one of 25 students selected from across Canada and the USA to participate in the 2015 Me to We trip to India, sponsored by PotashCorp. I had applied for the trip as soon as I heard about it. The opportunity to learn about… Read more »

September Update From Councillor Tony (Bucket) Walsh

September Update From Councillor Tony (Bucket) Walsh

Once again its time for our council update for September! Vacations are over for a lot of people and all the kiddies are back in school. Miramichi Accessable Transit has opened up at a brand new location with a brand new building in the Chatham Industrial Park…congratulations! The Annual Terry Fox Run was another success. Read more »

The Complicated Web of Wellness

The Complicated Web of Wellness

Nowadays, it’s easy to ask Google to define wellness for you. Quickly you learn that it is a “state or condition of being in good physical and mental health”. But what does that really tell you? And how does it relate to your own life? In order to truly understand its meaning one has to look beyond the words. Read more »

Non-Profits Work Together to Change Miramichi

Non-Profits Work Together to Change Miramichi

Change Miramichi is a collective group of non-profit organizations who have joined together to fundraise and promote positive change within the Miramichi. They are six non-profit organizations (SPCA Miramichi, Miramichi Youth House Inc, Volunteer Miramichi, Glenelg Youth Alliance – The Tutoring Centre, Camp Sheldrake and the JMH Alumni Association) who have joined together as a committee. Read more »

Miramichi Reader Interviews Danila Botha

Miramichi Reader Interviews Danila Botha

Danila Botha is a rising young author who was born in South Africa, but now resides in Toronto. She recently released her first novel “Too Much on the Inside” (2015, Quattro) which was reviewed here. I called it: “….an impressive first novel from this young, energetic author”. Read more »

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