Monthly Archives: April 2018

Bag Limit Increased for Striped Bass

Bag Limit Increased for Striped Bass

Minister LeBlanc announces increased bag limit for 2018 Striped bass recreational fishery in the Gulf Region. The Honourable Dominic LeBlanc, Minister of Fisheries, Oceans and the Canadian Coast Guard, announced today management measures for the Striped bass recreational fishery in 2018 throughout the Southern Gulf of St. Lawrence. This area includes the Maritime Provinces adjacent to the Gulf of St. Lawrence. Read more »

Get Your Free Seeds #BringBackTheBees

Get Your Free Seeds #BringBackTheBees

During the last three years, Vesey Seeds has led the seed industry through their efforts to assist the planting of Bee Friendly Flower Seeds across North America. They are giving away seeds to over 300 million Canadians! Find out how to get yours here. Read more »

Fundraiser for Young Hockey Player to Attend Training

Fundraiser for Young Hockey Player to Attend Training

Hillary Wood has been offered an incredible opportunity to further develop her hockey skills. She has been invited to attend The Belfry Super 64, a premiere development camp, that invites only a select number of players from Canada and the United States to attend this prestigious event. Hillary was chosen for the top 64 – 36 forwards,… Read more »

5 Reasons to Build your Shed or Garage

5 Reasons to Build your Shed or Garage

A handsome, solidly constructed garage or shed is a great addition to any property. It provides valuable storage space, allows you to enjoy your hobbies in comfort, and can even increase the value of your home. Did we mention your neighbours would be really jealous? Are you ready to stop dreaming and start making this […] Read more »

How to Apply for a Job in the Federal Government

How to Apply for a Job in the Federal Government

There will be a Public Information Session on “How to Apply for a Job in the Federal Government” hosted by Pat Finnigan, M.P. for Miramichi-Grand Lake April 13, 2018 at the Rodd Hotel – 1809 Water Street, Miramichi. The session will provide detailed information on how to apply for Government of Canada jobs, including tips on how to prepare your resumé, interview techniques, etc. Read more »

MRTA Forum on Food Tourism

MRTA Forum on Food Tourism

The Miramichi River Tourism Association has engaged the Culinary Tourism Alliance to support the development of a Food Tourism Development Plan for the region, due for completion in November 2018. As part of the process we want to hear from business owners and operators in the community because your unique insights and perspectives will help […] Read more »

1st Annual Team Rib Eating Contest @ Ribfest 2018

1st Annual Team Rib Eating Contest @ Ribfest 2018

Attention All Ribs Lovers – The Rotary Club of Newcastle is having their 1st annual Team Rib Eating Contest at Ribfest 2018!!  Date: May 26, 2018 @ 1:PM center stage 1st Place – $500 plus the team name is placed on the annual trophy and bragging rights for the entire year  Information Eligibility: Contest is open […] Read more »

Seedy Saturday – April 14th

Seedy Saturday – April 14th

The Miramichi Garden Club and Roots To Table / De Terre à Table Invite you to come and enjoy a day with fellow gardeners. During the day there will be workshops on a variety of garden-related topics: Water Storage, Passive Solar Greenhouses, Wind Blocks, Successful Seed Starting, and more!  Read more »

Tartan Day Dinner & Concert

Tartan Day Dinner & Concert

On Sunday, April 8 Susan Butler will be hosting a Tartan Day Dinner & Concert at the Beaverbrook Kin Centre at 6:00pm. Sponsored by the 61st Folksong Festival & Highland Society of New Brunswick at Miramichi, the event features Ian Craig & Kennedy Coughlan, The Villagers, Jimmy Lawlor & Bob McCallum, Miramichi Fiddlers, David Bunnell […] Read more »

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